Huskies topple Bulldogs in volleyball

MALONE — The Franklin Academy volleyball team on Tuesday defeated Clifton-Fine in straight sets at home, 3-0. The Huskies’ latest collection of wins has pushed their set streak to nine straight. Franklin Academy improved to 3-0 on the year with the victory.

Vail St. Hilaire led the way for the Huskies with five aces and three kills. Mackenzie Major had four aces, two kills and four digs.


Brushton-Moira girls cross country was paced by Olivia Bobbie on Tuesday, who finished the Panthers’ home course in a time of 24:59. First-year runners Anna Chapman and Jenna Labar finished with times of 26:35 and 26:50 respectively — with Chapman earning third place in a photo finish. Bobbie, Brushton’s lead runner, earned second place — finishing behind Salmon River’s Jasmine Oakes (24:50) by nine seconds.

Brushton’s boys team was led by Luke Chapman (22:26), who earned third place — finishing behind Shamrocks Cayde Lazore (19:28) and Gunner Mitchell (20:17). Brushton’s Jacob Debyah finished in fourth behind Chapman, with a time of 23:42.

Over in Massena, Franklin Academy boys corss country’s Watson Chodat (17:37.9) and Nicholas Thompson (19:39.6) paced the Huskies on Tuesday through their first and third place finishes, respectively. The girls’ team’s Tye Lawrence, who finished with a time of 22:43.2, earned second place.



Brushton-Moira girls soccer defeated Tupper Lake, 4-1 on Tuesday. Teaghan Phelan and Savannah Beachy were each involved in every scoring scenario for the Panthers, with Phelan scoring three Brushton goals. Beachy finished with one goal and one assist.


Parishville-Hopkinton girls soccer shut out St. Regis Falls on Tuesday, 3-0. The Saints compiled 10 shots on goal. St. Regis Falls’ Caydence Rondeau finished with seven saves.


Massena girls soccer put Tuesday’s contest against Franklin Academy out of reach with two insurance goals in the second half, as the Red Raiders defeated the Huskies, 3-0 on the road. Franklin Academy had four corner kicks and seven direct kicks in the game. Huskies goalkeeper Gina Norcross finished with 10 saves. CHATEAUGAY 4, ST. LAWRENCE 0

Chateaugay girls soccer defeated St. Lawrence on the road Tuesday, behind two goals and one assist from Olivia Cook. The Bulldogs took control of the game early by running out to a 3-0 lead in the game’s opening 40 minutes. Chateaugay head coach Jason LaPlante said the Larries came out of the gate aggressive but the Bulldogs were able to counter attack to set the tone in the first half. Emma Locklin put the Bulldogs on the board first in the game’s 16th minute on an assist from Cook.

“The second half we showed up defensively,” LaPlante said, adding that Kylee Peterson “was everywhere.”

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