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St. Lawrence, Massena Skaters Rebound


St. Lawrence Central and Massena rebounded from Friday night tournament losses to record hockey wins on Saturday. In the consolation game of the Norwood-Norfolk Tournament, St. Lawrence Central downed the host Icemen 4-2 in an NAC Division II matchup.

Northwood Prep took tournament honors with a 5-2 win over Plattsbugh High.

At the Massena Invitational the host Raiders nipped Rome Free Academy 4-3 while Lancaster shaded Potsdam 4-3 to win the tournament. Malone downed Watertown IHC, 4-2 to with the Huskies’ tournament.

SLC 4, N-N 2: Ian Lynch scored three goals with one assist, Lucas Arquiett passed out three assists and Nate McLaughlin collected 31 saves in goal as the Larries raised their NAC record to 7-1. Kody Kocsis also scored and Eric Lynch passed out two assists for the Larries who rallied from a 2-0 first period deficit.

Austin Cousineau and Troy Kovach scored for N-N and Zeb Brown and Coby Munson passed out assists in a span of 40 seconds. Brandon Richards handled 13 saves for N-N.

Northwood 5, Plattsburgh 2: Noah Wild tallied one goal and one assist leading Northwood to the N-N Tournament title. Jack Polsoky scored one goal and assisted on an Eric Bedard goal for Plattsubrgh.


Lancaster earned a 4-3 win over Potsdam to claim the championship of the Massena Tournament on Saturday. Rome Free Academy took second despite a 4-3 setback to Massena in their first loss of the season.

Lancaster 4, Potsdam 3: Ryan Haynes’ second goal of the game came at the 4:33 mark of the third period to break a 3-3 tie for Lancaster. Austin Gallagher and Cole Brooks assisted on the goal. Haynes gave Lancaster a 1-0 lead and Matt Manny made it 2-1 margin in the second period where six goals were scored. Mark Maroney tied the game at 1-1 for Potsdam unassisted at 2:42 and Mason Bartell made it 2-2 for the Stoners from Logan Ford and Jason Cardinell at 9:24.

Josh Locey scored from Ford and Cardinal for a 3-2 Potsdam lead at 9:50 of the second but Bill Delano forced a 3-3 tie from Gallagher at 13:02.

Devin Crary made 21 saves for the Stoners (7-3) and Dean Kostorowski finished with 29 saves for Lancaster.

Gallagher was named MVP while Delano was All Tourney selection for Lancaster. Max Worden was Potsdam’s All Tourney selection.

Massena 4. RFA 3: Zach Robert scored at 0:57 of the overtime period from Tyler Young to knock off previously unbeaten Rome Free Academy.

RFA (12-1) scored on a power-play with the goalie pulled to tie the game at 3-3 with 29 seconds remaining in regulation. Tyler Williams scored from Justin Hussey after an interference call gave RFA the power-play.

Tyler Young produced the first goal of the game at 0:42 of the second period on a Robert pass. At 3:15, John Entelisano tied the game for RFA unassisted. Anthony Cortese scored from Young for a 2-1 lead at 11:21 of the second.

Nick Mecca scored at 0:50 of the third to tie the game at 2-2 byut Dalton Mullin regain the lead for Massena from Pat Manning at 10:43.

Connor Paquin handled 28 shots for Massena (7-4-1) and Andrew Ross made 21 saves for RFA.

Robert and Williams earned All Tournament team honors.


Malone won a 4-2 decision over Watertown IHC in the finals of the Malone Tournament. South Glens Falls-Hudson Falls topped Tupper Lake 5-1 in the consolation game.

Malone 4, IHC 2: Shawn Mulverhill provided a pair of assists and Joey Brown made 23 saves to lead the host Huskies. Kyler Head, Jake Perry, Neil Bailey and Trevor Henderson scored a goal for Malone (6-4-1). Jordan Trudeau assisted on both goals and Grant Chamberlain stopped 26 shots for Immaculate Heart (2-9-1).

SGF-HF 5, Tupper Lake 1: Jon Kopp stopped a SGF-HF four-goal run scoring from Hudson Sparks and Elliott Fletcher. DJ Fish and Kurt Atkins scored twice each for SGF-HF.

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