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NAC roundup: Blue Devils win in boys hoops


MASSENA — Ogdensburg Free Academy connected for a season-high 16 3-pointers as it pulled away in the fourth quarter for a 76-53 Northern Athletic Conference Central Division boys basketball win over Massena on Friday night.

Kinnon LaRose hit five 3s and finished with 19 points for the Blue Devils (14-1 overall, 8-1 division). Matt Piercey netted four 3s in a 16-point effort followed by Pat Cosmo with 12 and Brenton LaRose with 11.

Zack Rusaw led Massena (9-7, 6-4) with 18 points and Xavier Viskovich added 10.

Potsdam 75, Salmon River 28

The Sandstoners hit 11 treys en route to an easy Central Division win at Fort Covington.

Konnor Bigwarfe led all scorers with 18 points, including four triples, for Potsdam (10-5, 5-5). Will Coleman, Nick Vaccaro and Shawn Clark contributed 10 points apiece.

Kiio Jacobs and Josh Hynes led Salmon River (1-14, 0-10) with nine points each.

Malone 94, Gouverneur 29

Alex Johnson led the visiting Huskies with 15 points as they placed six players in double figures in a Central Division win at Gouverneur.

Mitch Gallagher added 15 points followed by Kody Mulverhill and Nate Monette with 12 each, Jon Dunlavey with 11 and Austin Lamay with 10 for Malone (15-1, 10-1).

Troy Gates had nine points for the Wildcats (4-12, 3-7).


A 3-pointer at the buzzer by Cody LaPierre capped a decisive 21-7 run as the Lumberjacks rallied for a North Division win at Brasher Falls.

Mitch Keniston anchored the offense with 17 points for Tupper Lake (9-5, 5-1). Zane Ramsdell led SLC (8-9, 4-3) with 18 points and 13 rebounds.

St. Regis Falls 67, Parishville-Hopkinton 19

Caleb Green fired in 34 points as the Saints took a 26-2 first-quarter lead and rolled to an East Division win at St. Regis Falls.

Anthony Gibson added 11 points for St. Regis Falls (16-1, 10-1).

For Parishville-Hopkinton (0-13, 0-11), Mike Burns netted seven points.

Chateaugay 47, Colton-Pierrepont 29

Devon Barnes led the Bulldogs with 11 points, earning an East Division home win over the Colts.

Noah Bowes added 10 points for Chateaugay (12-4, 10-1). Jake Angleberger paced Colton-Pierrepont (7-9, 4-6) with 10 points.


Chateaugay 56, Heuvelton 46

Courtney Boyea generated 25 points, as Chateaugay won the battle of the Bulldogs at SUNY Potsdam. Hannah Cook also posted 14 points for Chateaugay (14-2).

Maddie St. Pierre had 18 points, six boards and four assists for Heuvelton (11-4).

Harrisville 46, Lisbon 43

Kathleen Coloney scored 14 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for host Harrisville in a West Division game.

Chelsea Pierce added 12 points and 10 boards for the Pirates (8-7, 7-5). Alex Amo had 20 points for Lisbon (6-9, 4-8).



Connor Paquin stopped all 24 shots to post the shutout as the host Red Raiders dealt the Sandstoners their first Division I loss of the season.

Ryan Moffitt and Dalton Mullin each contributed a goal and two assists for Massena (11-5-1, 8-2-1), while Patrick Manning had a goal and an assist.

Devin Crary made 36 saves for Potsdam (12-5, 8-1).


The Blue Devils forged a tie as Zach Barr scored from Jon Tayler with just 38 seconds left in the third period in the semifinals of the Islanders Tournament in Clayton.

Jake Garrison also scored for OFA (11-4-2). Cody Smith had both goals for the Flyers (8-8-1). OFA goalie Dave Prudhomme handled 30 shots.


Shawn Smith scored two goals as John Jay out of East Fishkill downed the Islanders in the semifinals of the Islanders Tournament at Clayton.

Connor Moore and Jack Wertz also scored for John Jay.

Zach Walti and Kyle Delaney scored for the Islanders (6-10-2), and goalie Chris Storugh made 23 saves.


Gouverneur 50, Massena 24

The host Wildcats closed out their fourth straight undefeated NAC season and stretch their unbeaten streak to 43 meets, beating the Red Raiders at Gouverneur.

Dan Mullin (113 pounds), Zac Ayen (132), Marty Countryman (170) and Hunte Ayen (220) recorded pins for Gouverneur (15-5, 10-0). Nolan Terrance (285) notched the only pin for Massena (6-3) to remain undefeated against NAC rivals.

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