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Massena Central outscored OFA 2-0 for its third straight win in NAC Central Girls Soccer action on Tuesday while Potsdam Central remained unbeaten in a 2-0 decision over Gouverneur.

Massena 2, OFA 0: Iestha Porter put the host Lady Raiders ahead in the 18th minute converting on a lead pass from Shannon Casey.Porter added the insurance goal 18 minutes into the second half assisted by Serena Hall as Massena improved to 3-4 overall and 2-2 in the division.

Bailie Young handled the two shots she faced backstopping the win while Jordyn Marcellus made 19 saves for OFA (1-6, 1-5).

“Playing on the turf at Massena created a very fast game and the Massena girls were very good at it. We played very flat in the first half but I was happy with the way we picked things up in the second half,” said OFA Coach Al Rishe who will lead his team to Norwood-Norfolk on Friday.

“Kaylee L’Orange and Kayla Tolman really hustled all over the field for us.”

Massena 6 - OFAJV’s 0: “I was really hoping for a more competitive game, after playing so well against Gouverneur on Friday, but the girls didn’t play as aggressively and we seemed a little flat today,” siad OFA Coach Renee Tebo.

“Massena passed very well today and took advantage of every opportunity.”

OFA keeper Alicia Garcia had eight saves.

Potsdam 2, Gouverneur 0: Savarah Aidun finished off a play set up by Annette Rishe 15 minutes into the game and

Kalie Grant added the insurance goal when she converted on an indirect kick into the penalty area by Kelsey Green with less than 10 minutes left in regulation.

Bre Sapp recorded four saves in posting the shutout while Taylor Andrews handled seven shots for the Wildcats (3-2, 2-2).

Canton 4, N-N 0:The host Bears (5-1, 4-1 NAC) broke open a close game with a pair of goals in the final nine minutes of the first half before.

Emily Pinckney anchored the Canton offense with a pair of goals, including the eventual game-winner in the 31st minute, and the third goal of the game on penalty kick. Kali Frankand Tori Daley also scored. Katie Clemmer turned aside the five shots she faced working the crease for the shutout while Megan Plumb of N-N (0-6, 0-5) crafted a 20-save effort.

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