Plattsburgh High girls’ lacrosse falls to Salmon River, 18-1 | local sports
FORT COVINGTON — Salmon River defeated Plattsburgh High women’s lacrosse, 18-1, Tuesday in a Division VII-X varsity lacrosse contest.
Marina Kane scored Plattsburgh’s only goal (0-1).
“Today’s game will be a learning experience for us,” Hornets coach Shannon Brown said.
Ariyah LaFrance, Joryan Adams and Joanna Lazore each scored three goals for Salmon River (2-0). Tallis Tarbell, Kaydence Sunday, Azalea Lazore and Iohserrio Tabor added a pair each, with Wynter Jock adding a score.
The Shamrocks won the league championship last season, posting an unbeaten 14-0 regular season record.
Kimora Swamp made nine saves for Salmon River. Sophia Brown contributed eight saves for Plattsburgh.
It was the Hornets’ first full game of the season. Plattsburgh High School’s home opener against Potsdam last week was suspended with 19:53 left in the second half. The Sandstoners led 5-4 from stoppage time. The game will be finished later this season.
Salmon River and Plattsburgh traded home games due to persistent unplayable conditions at the Hornets’ lower athletic field. The Shamrocks will visit Plattsburgh on Tuesday, May 10.
Salmon River 18, Plattsburgh High 1
Half time score – 13-0, Salmon River
ST. LAWRENCE 13
TOP OF PLATTSBURGH 1
BRASHER FALLS – The Hornet boys went on the road to face a tough Larries team last weekend, but they couldn’t get the result they wanted.
Dominick Allen scored Plattsburgh High’s only goal of the game, sending the Hornets into the half 8-1.
“James Burnham and Dominick Allen had outstanding performances against a top-flight opponent,” coach Tom Pillsworth said. “Both boys used their limited opportunities to impact the game.”
Owen Pray and Corbin Murray made four and seven saves in the Hornet’s net, respectively, in the loss.
St. Laurent 13, Plattsburgh High 1
PHS 1 0 — 1
SLC 8 5 — 13
PHS- Allen 1-0.
SLC- Ashley 6-2, Strawser 2-0, Foster 2-0, Sirles 1-0, Provost 1-0, Dow 1-0.
Blows- St. Laurent, 35-14.
Ground balls- St. Lawrence, 8-6.
Face to face- St. Lawrence, 11-2.
Save- Pray, PHS, 4; Murray, PHS, 7. Adams, SLC, 9.