FORT COVINGTON – Salmon River girls lacrosse improved to 9-0 with a 19-4 win at home over Plattsburgh on Tuesday.
The Shamrocks were led by Wynter Jock’s game-high five goal performance. Joryan Adams found the back of the net four times and made four assists. Paisley Cook, Kakwenies Mitchell and Gracie King had a pair of goals each.
Karah White, Kendall Jock, Ryanne LaFrance and Kaia Swamp each tacked on a goal. Kimmora Swamp made five saves in net for the Shamrocks.
Plattsburgh was presented with a traditional corn husk doll after the game, and a game between both schools is scheduled for Salmon River’s annual honor and remembrance game for missing and murdered indigenous women.
“On behalf of the Salmon River girls lacrosse team, we would like to present you with this corn husk doll. You will notice that our dolls don’t have any faces. In our culture we believe that in time we will become faceless but will be remembered for the hard work and perseverance you have all done for building your lacrosse program at Plattsburgh High School,” Shamrocks coach Ron LaFrance said after the game.
Salmon River will play its annual game of honor and remembrance for missing and murdered indigenous women against Massena at home Saturday at 11 a.m.
Brushton-Moira softball fell in both games of a double-header on the road against Colton-Pierrepont, 5-2 and 14-2 respectively. The Panthers (7-4, 7-5) will play at Chateaugay in a NAC East rematch. Brushton-Moira one the first game, 7-5.