Fazio, Kolb earn IWLCA All-American honors


POTSDAM — The Salmon River girls lacrosse team built an early lead and held on to top No. 2 Massena in a Section 10 semifinal Thursday at Potsdam High School.

The No. 3 Shamrocks (11-3) will face top-seeded Canton for the championship at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at Potsdam High School.

Jillian Benedict led Salmon River with five goals. Joryan Adams recorded four goals and three assists, and Paisley Cook and Jadie Burns each added three goals.

Julia Blair led Massena (12-5) with four goals. Katelyn Kennedy scored three.

Etta Coburn supplied four goals and three assists and Hannah Stevenson added four goals as the Golden Bears beat the No. 5 Sandstoners (6-12) in a semifinal at Potsdam High School. Morgan Whitman scored three goals for Canton (13-2).

Alana McDonald scored three goals and Josie Brusso added two for Potsdam.


Riley Hough threw a no-hitter and struck out eight to send the Blue Devils past the Wildcats (6-8) in a Northern Athletic Conference Central Division game in Ogdensburg. Hough doubled twice and Emily Farrand picked up three hits for the Blue Devils.

Chateaugay closed out an East Division game against Madrid-Waddington that was suspended on April 23.

Anna Dumas led the Bulldogs (11-4, 10-4) with three hits. Brinn Golden, Chloe Champagne, Alycia Cowan and Katie Miller each supplied two.

Marissa Hawkins doubled and singled for the Yellowjackets (6-8).


Dan Mayer pitched a complete game shutout on the road against No. 15 Homer to push No. 18 Lowville into the next round of the Section 3 Class B tournament.

Chase Lyndacker caught Mayer’s shutout and also contributed two doubles for the Red Raiders (9-9). Mayer and Josh Myers also each drove in a run. Jed Brazo had two singles for Homer (8-9).

Lowville advances to play No. 2 Port Byron today at Port Byron.


Mike Corbitt and Ansen Herrick each won two events to lead Potsdam to a 173 1/2-142 1/2 victory over OFA and a 225-38 win over Tupper Lake (1-9) in a double-dual meet in Ogdensburg. OFA beat Tupper Lake 211-45.

Corbitt won the 100 and 200 meters for the Sandstoners (7-2). Ansen Herrick won the long jump and 400.

Luc LaFlair led OFA (5-5) with wins in the shot put and discus.


Marlena Jacobs won the 400 hurdles (1:06.14) and pole vault (10-6) as South Jefferson girls finished third with 77 points in the Class B-1 sectional meet at Chittenango.

Anna Metzler won the shot put at 32 feet, 5 inches as the Lowville girls finished fourth with 51 points in the Class B-2 sectional meet at Canastota. Caroline St. Croix captured the pentathlon with 2,236 points for Lowville.

Sophia Janoyan (100, 200), Keyana Johnson (shot put, discus), Emily Lantry (800 and 1,500) and Luca Pecora (400 hurdles, triple jump) all won two events to lead Potsdam (9-1) to a 202-105 win over OFA and a 201-106 win over Tupper Lake in a double-dual meet in Ogdensburg.

OFA (4-6) beat Tupper Lake 155-143.


Jillian Draper, a golfer at Watertown High School, finished tied for 17th place at the state qualifiers Wednesday at Barker Brook golf course in Vernon Center. Draper, a freshman, shot a 98, missing the cut by five strokes.

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