PARISHVILLE - The Parishville-Hopkinton varsity girls soccer team held on to claim a 4-3 NAC East Division win at home Colton-Pierrepont on Thursday.
Senior Brianna Hayes figured in all four goals to lead the way offensively for the Lady Panthers (11-2, 8-2), who built a 3-1 halftime lead before holding off a late charge by the Lady Colts. Hayes combined with classmate Kodi Perkins to set up freshman Olivia Collins with the opening goal 14 minutes into the game. Hayes scored the second P-H goal from freshman Alyssa Sloan in the 20th minute then finished off a play set up by Perkins and Collins in the 31st minute to push the lead to 3-0 before Madison Gregg got the Lady Colts on the board with less than three minutes left in the first half.
Hayes restored the three-goal lead just eight minutes into the second half assisted by Nicole White and Perkins. Gregg closed out the game by scoring goals with nine and two minutes remaining in regulation.
Marlee Wilson recorded six saves backstopping the win while Kathryn Miller turned aside 15 shots for the Lady Colts (4-8-1, 3-7-1).
In the other East Division encounters Thursday, Brushton-Moira edged St. Lawrence Central 1-0 and Chateaugay remained unbeaten atop the division standings with a 3-0 win over Madrid-Waddington.
B-M 1, SLC 0: In Brasher Falls, Jenna Dufrane converted off an assist from Madison Rowe with 3:24 left in the first half and the visiting Lady Panthers (7-3-3, 67-3-2) made it stand for the win.
Ashley DeBeer made 18 saves for the shutout while Hayleigh Agans stopped 14 shots for the Lady Larries (3-10, 3-8).
Chateaugay 3, M-W 0: In Madrid, Danielle Charland scored the only goal the Lady Bulldogs would need midway through the first half assissted by Hannah Cook then struck for the second goal three minutes into the second half off an assist from Brianna Cook as the Lady Bulldogs moved to 13-0 in the East and 13-0-1 overall. Hannah Cook closed out the scoring 22 minutes into the second half assisted by Abby Barnes.
Kennedy Boyea recorded four saves backstopping the shutout while Arianna Ramsey fielded 13 shots for the Lady Yellowjackets (5-7-1, 5-6).