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Freeze U16 Boys close season on high note; U12 Girls move into first place

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CANTON - The FC Freeze Boys U16 soccer team closed out the Northern New York Youth Soccer League season by relaying an unselfish effort into an 8-4 win over Lowville Club United on the SLU campus on Monday.

All eight goals featured an assist as the Freeze ended the season on a positive note by snapping a two-game losing skid.

Madrid-Waddington’s Tyler Robinson scored three goals and passed out an assist with Ogdenburg’s Peyton Lalone, Parishville-Hopkinton’s Wyatt Snell and Potsdam’s David Caamano all scoring one goal while also recording an assist. Potsdam’s Matt Stone and Heuvelton’s Ben Jacobs also found the back of the net with Jordan Miller (Ogdensburg) adding two assists and Riley Doyle (Colton-Pierrepont) and Adam Kelley (Lisbon) also logging an assist. Potsdam’s Dominic Frascatore and Lisbon’s Riley Alberto combined for eight saves in the FC Freeze crease.

FREEZE U12 GIRLS NOW IN FIRST

FC Freeze U12 Girls (7-1-1) are now in first place in their league.

This past weekend, the Freeze continued their winning streak. Playing on the SLU campus on Friday, they scored early against LCU of Lowville (4-4-0). Olivia Mace (Ohio) scored from a pass from Anourine Pullano (Parishville) but the game was called midway through the first half because of the fastly-approaching severe weather.

On Sunday, the Freeze dominated their two games against Northern Oswego Soccer Club (NOSC) (3-5-0). In game one, they scored six unanswered goals. Leading the way offensively were; Pullano, who scored twice, and Rylee Dennis (Maitland, Onatrio), who converted on one of her six shots on goal. Other goals were netted by Mace, Liz Peo (Ogdensburg) and Natalie McCormick (Ogdensburg). Gabrielle Jones (Potsdam) was the keeper and made four saves in posting the shutout while the NOSC keeper was credited with 15 stops. Shots on goals were distributed among the following FC Freeze players: Katharine Cowen (Potsdam), Shannon Gallagher (Gouverneur), Brooke Hayes (Parishville), Delaney Hayes (Canton) and Sophia Janoyan (Potsdam).

In game two, the locals outscored NOSC 6-1. After being the keeper in the first game, Jones moved to striker and provided a quick spark, tallying an unassisted goal in the first 50 seconds of play. Mace scored two unassisted goals in the contest. Delaney Hayes scored from a direct kick by blasting the ball in the top left side of the net. Dennis and Pullano each scored once. McCormick played very solid in the goal, finishing with four saves while her strong punts kept the NOSC defense on their toes. Strong defense in both games was provided by Brooke Hayes, Erica Sloan (Parishville) and Delaney Hayes. The teams passing game and good communication skills continued to help key their wins as they outshot NOSC 21-5 in the second game.

This Friday, the Freeze take on Thousand Islands Soccer Club (3-4-0) in Clayton at 5:30 p.m. On Saturday, the team will end their season with three 30-minute playoff games at the Indian River Central fields in Philadelphia starting at 11:30 a.m.







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