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Robert paces Massena victory

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MASSENA — Zach Robert scored early goals in the first and second periods to help Massena defeat Canton 3-1 in a Northern Athletic Conference Division I hockey game Monday at Massena Arena.

Robert scored just 37 seconds into the game, then gave Massena (9-5-1 overall, 6-2-1 league) a 2-0 lead with a goal 4 minutes, 16 seconds into the second period.

Tyler Young finished the scoring for the Red Raiders and added an assist.

Cody Moore scored for Canton (3-9-2, 1-4-2).

Connor Paquin made 21 saves for Massena.

OFA 4, Malone 1

Brandon Mullin scored a pair of goals as Ogdensburg Free Academy broke open a scoreless game in the second period en route to a Division II victory at Malone.

Drew Costigan started the scoring for OFA (8-3-2, 7-1-1). Burke Comeau added a goal. Mullin also provided an assist and Jake Garrison assisted twice.

Trevor Cooley scored on the power play for Malone (7-6-1, 3-5-1).

Lake Placid 4, Norwood-Norfolk 4 (OT)

Brandon Short and Cody Smith scored goals in the third period to force overtime and Norwood-Norfolk and Lake Placid ended in a nonleague tie at Lake Placid.

Dillon Savage scored a pair of goals for Lake Placid (7-2-3) to help give the Bombers a 4-2 lead. Eddie Kane and Shane McNierney also scored.

Troy Kovach and Dan Fykes scored for Norwood-Norfolk (7-6-1).

Lake Placid edged Norwood-Norfolk in shots 25-24.

ST. LAWRENCE 7, SARANAC LAKE 3

Nate Stickney, Kody Kocsis and Lukas Arquiett each provided two goals and an assist as St. Lawrence won a nonleague game at Saranac Lake.

Devon Euto assisted on three goals for the Larries (12-3). Blake Baldwin finished with a goal and an assist. Ian Lynch assisted on two goals.

David Cluckey, Bradley Shumway and Quinn Urquart scored for Saranac Lake, which trailed just 3-2 after a period.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

MALONE 42, AUSABLE VALLEY 31

Rachel Lamica and Janelle Heden each scored 10 points to lead the Huskies (10-4) to a nonleague victory.

Meghan Strong netted 15 points and Logan Snow 11 for the Patriots.


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