SRCS Sports Review


Jasmine Dunn served up three aces against Tupper Lake.

After a week of no home games the Salmon River Shamrocks were back on home turf to take on some strong NAC Section 10 opponents.

Girls Soccer

SRC-0, Canton-2

Janet Beaudin opened the scoring for the Golden Bears at the 18:53 mark, in the first half, off an assist by Mimi Husinec. Eleven minutes later Katie Furnia found the back of the net when she finished off a play started by Erin Grandaw to give Canton a 2-0 lead that stood through the second half.

Lauren Martin stood tall in the Shamrock net with eight saves.

"When we meet Canton at their field I hope we start off strong wanting to control the ball," commented Coach Liz Durfee. "I felt we were a little slow on the start."

Boys Soccer

SRC-1, Canton-6

The Canton Golden Bears had built up a 3-0 lead by the end of the first half. The Shamrocks got on the board in the second half when Jalen Cook denied the Golden Bears a shutout when he converted off an assist by Dillon St. Ann-Spinner.

Nicholas Martinez led Canton with a goal and two assists. Nate Aldous, Jon Bailey, Sam Martin and Jack Finnerty ended with a goal and an assist each while Chase Writzel added a goal.

Devin Snyder worked hard in the Shamrock crease for 13 saves while Jake Mattice turned aside eight shots for the Golden Bears.

Girls Volleyball

SRC-4, Tupper Lake-1

Salmon River netted a 3-1 Northern Athletic Conference volleyball win, defeating Tupper Lake 25-16, 24-26, 25-20, 25-17.

Fawn Jacobs leaps to redirect the ball back over the net. Taylin David and Rylie Gray set for the volley.

Taylin David led the Shamrocks with 21 points including 12 aces, nine kills and 25 digs. Teammate Avery Benedict added 15 points with nine aces, six kills and 26 sets. Tionna David fashioned eight points with five aces and three kills. Jasmine Dunn, Tyana Benedict and Taylor Showen posted four points apiece. Krista Walrath and Rylie Gray rounded out the Shamrock score sheet with two points each.

Earlier in the week the Shamrocks hosted the Malone Huskies and posted a 4-1 loss. The Shamrocks won the first set 25-23, but Malone rallied back to win the next three sets 25-23, 25-22 and 25-17.

Varsity Swimming

SRC-31, OFA-63

The SRC varsity swim team was anchored by Katrina Oakes as she swam to two individual wins in the 200 freestyle (2:36.43) and the 500 freestyle (7:13.71). Kennedy Shatraw posted a win in the 50 freestyle in 31.33 seconds.

Oakes, along with Kenenishon Arquette, Natasha Mitchell and Ian French, lead the 200 freestyle relay in 4:32.41.


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