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Ron’s Agridrainage, Stacey Howlett, DDS, improve NNY Box Lacrosse records to 3-0

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BRASHER FALLS - Ron’s Agridrainage stayed undefeated in the High School Division with a convincing 20-8 win over Massena Savings and Loan while Stacey Howlett, DDS, moved to 3-0 in the Elementary Division after holding off Dow Electric 16-15 in Northern New York Box Lacrosse action from the Tri-Town Arena on Monday.

B&W Quick Stop outscored Embridge-St. Lawrence Gas 16-9 in the other High School Division matchup while the Reds turned back the Whites 15-13 in the Adult Division contest.

Powerade Player of the Game awards for the High School and Elementary Division games are sponsored each night by Ogdensburg Pepsi.

HIGH SCHOOL DIVISION

Ron’s Agridrainage 20, Massena S&L 8: Tyler Kowalchuk tallied three goals and an assist as player of the game for Ron’s. Owen Kowalchuk netted four goals while Nick Randall (1 assist) and Kaleb Rathbun also produced hattricks.

Brody Simonds had a goal and assist in being named player of the game for Massena S&L. Jeff Bain led the way offensively with four goals and an assist. Isaac Jandreau also finished with a goal and assist.

B&W Quick Stop 16, Embridge-SLG 9: Jacob Sutton scored four goals and helped set up another as the player of the game for B&W Quick Stop. Nick Kowalchuk generated four goals and three helpers. Jah Robertson broke through four five goals while Lukas Arquiett tallied two goals and three assists.

Blake Premo logged a goal and assist as player of the game for Embridge-SLG. Marshall Burninghausen (1 assist) and Cole Allen chipped in two goals each.

Three goaltenders split crease duties over the course of the two High School Division game. Kody Kocsis and Parker Hornung both finished with 30 saves while Cash Feeley turned aside 26 of the shots he faced.

Kocsis also made his presence felt on the scoresheet with three goals and three assists and Hornung collected a solo assist.

ELEMENTARY DIVISION

Stacey Howell, DDS, 16, Dow Electric 15: Ashton Adams notched four goals as player of the game in the winning effort. Carter Rose contributed three goals and two assists. Gage Charleson also scored four times. Sean Hornung collected a goal and two assists while Logan Premo made three saves backstopping the win.

For Dow Electric, Damien Rotach struck for five goals in being named player of the game. Jayden Ashley netted another three goals while Anthony Bolia broke through for his first career goal. Myles Bordeleau worked the crease for eight saves and ran the ball down the floor for a solo goal.

ADULT DIVISION

Reds 15, Whites 13: Brian Newtown led the winning offense with four goals and two assists. Kevin Logan fashioned three goals and two helpers while Troy Basford recorded two goals and two assists. Brian Labier stopped 11 shots.

Brady Helmer had four goals and an assist in the losing cause. Bryan Bordeleau finished with three goals and one assist while Martin Fregoe logged two goals and one helper. Kocsis made another 15 saves to close out his night in the crease.

Wednesday’s Games: Elementary Division - Stacey Howlett, DDS, vs. Dow Electric 5:30 p.m.; High School Division B&W vs. Ron’s 6:30 p.m., Massena S&L vs. Embridge-SLG 7:30 p.m.; Adult Division 8:30 p.m.

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