High school roundup: Delormier, Thomas pace Salmon River to season-opening in boys lacrosse

Mar. 28—FORT COVINGTON — Alex Delormier totaled seven points, including scoring three goals and assisting on four others, as Salmon River's boys lacrosse team won its season opener by defeating Saranac/Lake Placid, 14-3, on Wednesday in a nonleague game.

Royce Thomas generated three goals and an assist for the Shamrocks, Taylor Mitchell tallied two goals and two assists and Taharihwakohe Lazore scored three goals.

Goalie Paul King made 10 saves for Salmon River and teammate Quentin Phillips made two stops.


Takaronhiotakie Thompson recorded seven points, including generating four goals and three assists, to help fuel the Red Raiders past the Huskies to win a nonleague game.

Myles Cook posted six points with two goals and four assists for Massena, Drew Smutz scored three goals and assisted on two others and Aronhiawaks Rice tallied three goals and an assist.

Goalies Owen Converse and Keegan Stowell made six and five saves respectively, for the Red Raiders.

Also in nonleague play, Plattsburgh topped Canton, 13-11.



Mia Jeneault generated five goals and an assist to pace the Blue Devils past the Huskies in a nonleague game.

Ella Ramsdell added three goals for Ogdensburg Free Academy, Brooke Irvine tallied a pair of goals and Hannah Costello tallied a goal and assist.

Goalie Abby Williams made six saves to record the win.

Cailyn Walfield scored three goals to lead Malone while Irelynn LaPlante contributed a goal and an assist and Payton Parmeter struck for two goals.

Goalie Sawyer Green turned aside 14 shots for the Huskies.



Derek Milianta II went 3-for-3 and drove in two runs as the Mounties rallied to defeat the Red Raiders in nonleague game, which was also the season opener for both teams in Lowville.

Dominic Izzo went 2-for-4 and scored a pair of runs for Little Falls, which broke through by scoring five runs in the fourth inning.

Dominic Swiernik went 2-for-3, including hitting an RBI triple, for Lowville, and Ethan Zehr singled and drove in two runs.