Parishville-Hopkinton 3, Brushton-Moira 2: At Parishville, the visiting Panthers (5-3) built a 2-0 lead midway through the first half on back-to-back unassisted goals by Kyla Phelan before senior Kelly Bloom stepped up to rally the host Panthers (6-2-1).
Bloom cut the deficit to 2-1 with less than two minutes left in the first half assisted by Marygrace Guiney. Bloom’s second of the game pulled Parishville-Hopkinton even with 12 minutes remaining in regulation and her third completed the comeback two minutes later. Both the equalizer and eventual game-winner were assisted by Kylie Kirk while Kelsey Farnsworth blocked seven shots working the crease for the win.
Natalie Palmer had 11 saves for Brushton-Moira.
Franklin Academy cross country picked up wins on the raod agaisnt incomplete Massena teams. While Dylan Perry had a day of rest to prepare for the upcoming championship, Nic Thompson (19:43), Spencer Miletick (20:47), Ethan Robistow (20:51) and Dylan Keating (22:09) all placed among the top four finishers for the Huskies at the boys meet.
Bethany Poirer once again led the charge at the girls meet for Franklin Academy with a time of 23:50. Adeline Chodat (26:29) and Emily Perham (27:22) followed her up, and Sydney LeRoy placed fifth overall at 28:32.