St. Lawrence Football ends the season on a high note

CANTON, N.Y. (WWNY) — Part 2 of the Route 11 rivalry took place at Appleton Arena on Saturday afternoon when the Lady Skating Saints of St. Lawrence hosted 11th-place Clarkson.

The Lady Saints are looking to bounce back from a 5-4 overtime loss to Clarkson on Thursday night at the Cheel Arena.

That game was scoreless in the 3rd period when Darcie Lappin emerges with the turnover and lights the lamp to give Clarkson a 1-0 lead.

That would be all that can be scored as Clarkson is going 1-0 against St. Lawrence.

On the gridiron, St. Lawrence finished its regular season and hosted Buffalo State in the Liberty League.

In the 1st quarter, Daniel Lawther connected with Joseph Ott for the 4-yard touchdown to give the Saints a 7-0 lead.

In the 2nd quarter it was Lawther, Gov. product Peyton Schmitt for the 26-yard touchdown: 14-0 Saints.

St. Lawrence closes the season with a 31-7 win over Buffalo State.

Turning to the hardwood, JCC hosted Corning in men’s college basketball at McVean Athletic Center.

In the 1st half, Shamell Ponds hits the pullup in Paint: JCC down 8.

Then it was Jeremiah Smith with the drive to the tin and the Cannoneers are down 10.

Ike Ezike Jr. drops the knight but Corning beats JCC 73-63.

In the early game at JCC, the Lady Cannoneers also hosted Corning.

In the 1st quarter, Emily Farrand buries the knight from the corner to take JCC to 4.

Then it was Kalyna Bryant who rose strongly inside and the Lady Cannoneers are ahead by 6.

Bryant hits inside for 2 more as JCC rolls past Corning 82-26.

At the New York State Public High School Athletic Association State Cross Country Championships at VVS, Brynn Bernard of South Lewis won her second straight singles title in Class D.

Bernard was first in a time of 19 minutes 20.4 seconds. That’s 17 seconds ahead of second-place finisher Anna Furman of Tri-Valley.

As a team, South Lewis finished 3rd overall.

Making back-to-back titles is an amazing achievement for Bernard.

“Well, I love the competition. You know, the adrenaline gets you going and you can only hope that you have to keep pushing throughout the race. You can never stop and you just have to get it all the way through,” Bernard said.

In the New York State Class A Volleyball Sub-Regional it was Massena against Burnt Hills-Ballston Spa.

The Red Raiders’ season came to an end, falling to the Spartans in three sets: 25-11, 25-12 and 25-7.

Massena was led by Allison Lazore, who had seven points and five aces, followed by Katelyn Cardinal, who offered six assists.

Massena ended his 2022 season with a total of 10 wins and 8 losses.

In the New York State Class C Volleyball Sub-Regional, it was Canton versus Galway.

Canton took an early 6-1 lead, but the Eagles clinched a 25-22 win in the first set.

Galway dominated the second set 25-11 before ending the Golden Bears’ season 25-16 in the third set.

Ava Hoy led the Golden Bears with 17 kills and 5 digs. Teammate Katie Metcalf had 9 digs, 5 points and 4 assists.

Canton finished his season with a 16-3 record as well as the Section 10 girls’ volleyball overall title.


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