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OFA, Canton girls basketball teams net interdivisional wins


OGDENSBURG - All 10 players found their way into the scoring column as OFA downed Norwood-Norfolk 62-28 in an NAC interdivisional matchup on Friday night.

Coach Lynn Blevins called the victory a nice team effort in all facets of the game highlighted by Meg Dodge’s 26-point effort in the first three quarters which featured four three-pointers.

“This was a nice team effort tonight. Our reserves played well as a unit in the fourth quarter which capped it off nicely. Sam King did a nice job playing at the high post,” said Coach Blevins after OFA climbed to 9-4. “Meg Dodge had a very nice shooting effort tonight and followed up her big defensive game against Carthage.”

Sam King tallied six points with four rebounds, Riley Luckie passed out six assists to go along with three points and four rebounds and Courtney Sherwin played all over the court collecing three points, seven rebounds and five steals.

Shannon Tooley added five points and six rebounds, Jocelyn Fifeld snatched four steals and scored two points and the scoring parade was rounded our by: Felicia Barr (4), Molly Ahrens (4), Susie Morrow (3) and Paige Perry (4).

Cadence Hunkins and Carlea Weaver scored 12 and eight points for N-N followed by Katie Ames with four and Breanna Deshane and Hannah Seguin with two each.

Canton 41, St. Lawrence 34: In the lone other NAC matchup on Friday, the visiting Lady Bears worked their way to a 27-19 halftime lead and held off the Lady Larries for the interdivisional Class C victory.

Sam Richards led SLC with 12 points and 16 rebounds. Breanna Vatter added 10 points followed by Lindsay Thayer with five points, 13 rebounds and five blocks. Caitlin Grow worked the paint for four points, 19 boards and four blocks. Noelle Rufa (2 points) and Jenna Kesner (1 point) closed out the SLC scoresheet.

Tori Daley anchored a balanced Canton offese with 14 points. Emma Rexford tossed through another seven while Rachel Sandersonand Kali Frank each finished with six. Jamie DiSalvo, Katie Christy, Kaeli Mace and Emily Pinckney all netted two.

The Lady Bears (11-1) will look to avenge their only loss next Friday at home against Central Division rival Franklin Academy. Now 9-5 overall, the Lady Larries are slated to host Massena in an interdivisional contest on Tuesday starting at 7 p.m.

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