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Saints capture Classic WOMEN’S SOCCER: DePoy paces offense vs. Wells in tourney

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CANTON — Emily DePoy notched a goal and an assist as the St. Lawrence University women’s soccer team beat Wellesley, 4-0, to claim the North Country Classic championship Sunday.

Julia Friesen distributed two assists and Andrea Strauss needed to make just a pair of saves to gain the shutout for the Saints.

Claire Cerda stopped six shots for the Blues (0-2).

SUNY CORTLAND 1, CLARKSON 0 (2 OT)

Kelly Knight’s goal in the 107th minute helped the Red Dragons (1-1) outlast the Golden Knights in the North Country Classic in Canton.

Kim Kenline turned aside six shots for Clarkson (1-1).

SUNY CANTON 6, WELLS 1

Katlyn Hart scored twice as the Kangaroos routed the Express Sunday in Canton.

Karley Cree and Jade Sayward each chipped in with a goal and an assist for SUNY Canton (2-0).

Heather Hiltbrand scored for Wells (0-2).

CASTLETON ST. 4, SUNY POTSDAM 1

Mallory Costello’s two first half-goals paced the Spartans to the Collegiate Village Cup over the host Bears on Sunday.

Former Massena standout Dominique Valacius also scored for Castleton State (2-0).

Alexis Beach provided a goal for SUNY Potsdam (1-1).

FIELD HOCKEY

UTICA 3, ST. LAWRENCE 1

Emily Gascon scored one goal and assisted on another as the Pioneers (2-0) used a three-goal second half to rally past the Saints in Canton.

Nicole Matos turned away 13 shots for St. Lawrence (2-0).

MEN’S GOLF

BEARS FIFTH, ROOS SIXTH

SUNY Potsdam’s Harrison Davenport shot a 76 to earn eighth place in the Utica College Fall Invitational on Sunday at Skenadoa Golf Club in Clinton.

The Bears shot a team total of 311, which was 17 shots higher than champion Scranton.

Mike Reilly led the way for SUNY Canton, carding a 5-over par 77 for an 11th place finish. The Roos finished sixth with a team total of 319.

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