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Page 12 Massena, N.Y. Observer, Thursday, April 27, 1989 Observer Sports jShamj*>ckia5Biren-^ By ALAIN ST. PIERRE and a determined effort just aren't Sports Editor enough. BRASHER — It doesn't happen Case in point; Salmon River Cen- often, but sometimes hard work tral's 15-4 win over St. Lawrence MOVING IN — Steve Thomas scored two goals and assisted- ori another in the Shamrocks 15-4 win over St. Lawrence Central on Tuesday. Here he moves in to make a play against the Larries. (St. Pierre Photo) Central in Northern Athletic Con- ference varsity Uicrosse on Monday. \It\ would be easy to go over and pick out the bad things but that's not what's important,\ Baid.Larries coach Tim Hayes. Tdon't think any one of our kids went out there and didn't give their best. Everyone gave 100 percent. They Worked hard right to the end of the game.\ \Salmon River was the toughest team we've played this season and we just got beat,\ he added. Anthony Gray led the Shamrocks attack with four goals and two as- sists. Mike Benedict netted two and \assisted on two others. Adam Thompson and Steve Thomas each scored two and set up another. Craig Cree also scored twice while Joey Phillips, Art Montour and . Charlie Thompson picked up a goal apiece in the win. Alex Garrow had a strong outing between the pipes for the Shamrocks making 15 saves, nine in the first half alone. Senior playmaker Mike Mahoney led the Larries effort with three as- sists. Chad St.. Hilaire, Gary -Col lette. Ben Darmirhie: scored solo tallies while Andre 'Gardner handled\ nine shots. The Shamrocks jumped out to an early 4-0 lead in the first quarter but the Larries rallied with three straight to cut the margin to 4-3 - -midway-:into—the second' quarter;' The Shamrocks then reeled off four straight points, including three go- als in a 28-second span in the final minute of the first half, to take an 8-3 lead heading into halftime. , \We.got out to that quick lead and I think the players sort* of re- laxed a bit,\ said Salmon River coach Dave White. \They came back and had us on the ropes a bit 'but we ran off those fotrr goals late in the first half and gave ourselves a bit of a cushion to start the sec- ond half.\ The Shamrocks started the sec- ond half the way they ended the first scoring six unanswered goals - in the third quarter to take a com- manding 14-3 lead. The Larries scored Late in the quarter to make it 14-4 but Salmon River got that one back with -the lone goal of the fourth. \Some of the guys were a bit down at the half but even after fall-, ing so far behind in the third quar- ter they stuck to playing the game right to the end,\ said Hayes. \They wanted to get back into the game but we just couldn't seem to get over the hump.\ - \It was really frustrating but the kids didn't lose their composure,. They kept their heads in the game,\ he added. According to Hayes, one, reason the Larries \couldn't get over the hump\ was the work of Garrow in the Shamrocks' goal. \We got back into the game but we just couldn't seem to beat Gar- row to tie the game. We had some chanpes but he came up big. Last year, I think he would, have been a bit rattled by the run we made but he's matured a-lot. He's turned into one of the top field lacrosse goalies around and l I can't say enough ab- out how he played,\ Hayes said. le-also-Gited-the-w&Fk-ef-l netminder.' \He deserves a lot of credit,\ said White. \He made nine saves in the first-half and.kept us in the game when St. Lawrence 'had us' on our heels. He did a good job for us* late —iHsTseason and 1 think he's playing with a lot more confidence this \ year. He's more of a proven player now and doesn't have to worry so much about proving himself.\. Hayes said another factor lead- • ing to the Larries demise on Tues- day was the Shamrocks' :patience on offense L \They pass the ball around the perimeter and make you want to go out and play them. When you do, they find the guy cutting under- neath. They really thrived on that against us,\ he added. White singled out the Shamrocks transition game as a leading-contri- butor to the win. ' \Our transition game has been one of our strengths this year and I - thought ft~~ditf pretty well today (Tuesday),\ said White. \The three ball to the side then moved it up ;oals we got near the end of the field for the shot\ first half came off of-situations where we won the face-off, got the WMe the-iTJssT-was \discourag- Continued On Page 13 ^-—X ON THE PROWL — Senior Derek Bellinger is one of St. Lawrence Central's key defensemen. Here he moves out to take on a Salmon River attacker. (St. Pierre Photo) -- _• — .*«€> Y ,— ~mg&— —-— 1989 PLYM. SUNDANCE 4D AUTO, AQUA-MARINE BLUE sttOUM-, \STEREO \CRUiSE •TILT.A.R-CON'Di'CNED 2 5L FUEL-INJECTED-ENGNE BA- LANCE OF FAC T 0RV WARRANT 600 Ml - • #855? 1987 FORErF-150 SUPER CAB WITH XL T R.M \WC- TONE SILVER ON BLUE. C0 T H IT' CASSETTE. WU'SE T L T DUAL- FUEL TANKS L #'t-S-C-P- REAR AXLE 4x2 0N, V ':5JC MILES '- 1988 PLYM. SUNDANCE 4D AU'O TWiiiGHT. BLUE CL0' u TERIOR STEREO C?v$E T!-' AIR-COND^O.N ' 2 5.': ENGAE -ACTCRV W'An- 5A.NTV ';oo: M. -#8557 1988 JEEP CHEROKEE 4D, AUTO 4x4 SLVER CLOTH IN, TERIOR, STEREO- CRUISE T U, AlR-C0ND!TiCN. SUNSCREEN -GLASS RUNNING-BOARDS LOCAL VEHICLE ONLY IK #8482 1986 CHRYSLER LASER XE 2DR AU'O 22LCR30 WHITE wRED CL0 T H IN'ER. T-TCP - S'EREC CA'SE C\ POWER W NDCWS i POWER DOOR .OCKS ONLY 3C 00C M .ES rst!+LCH^Tsrr^XRcc\L> TlpNNG P%i+ SEA' P C.VER LOCKS ..uGAGE -MC -.:A. SHARP f AVC v WAGCN #8499 1986 PLYM. CARAVELLE wTA\ CO'- VER S'E-EC CRU.SE\ ROOM ,?R.CE #8522 1985 PLYM. VOYAGER ' 5-PASSENGER M'VvAN GCLL\ W TAN V.NYL NTERiCR RADIC SUNSCREEN.GJSS A,R TIONING 2 2L 4C V L 3 RICED MOVE 0NLY59DCXM.ES #8506 1986 BUICK REGAL C'A v T 0 V-: '332 r 0ARK BLUE * CO'\ N'ER CASSETTE :CS: C' AR POWER WN- ::•.', S 5 .CC<S J 3R:VE K)ME \-5 ONE 'C3A V ' «•'- 62 330 V: 1984 OLDS CUTLASS CIERRA WAGON 6C V L 5_E\ BLUt o<.y u N.L.RSO CAS- #84/4 1983 FORD LTD L'l C0'~ CRU'S'E LIKE NEW GOOD W ^ CAP PRICED R:GH'W'-.C\r5:v; MAES - -' - \ ' #8550 1985 PLYM. RELIANT 'ER3P S'EREC CRU'SE T;j A NCEFAV. V CAR>ATSGREA T ON GAS W;>0NLY4540C Ml #8526 1984 PLYM. RELIANT 'AUTO 22L. 4 CYL REDWTH #8490 1986 PLYM. RELIANT 4D AUTO 4CYL DARK 3LUE *'• CL'O™ \'N'ERlOR S T ERE0 CR.SE S:NR0C- :AJ.\CEC : FAC'CRY \3 WARRANT\ 45000 V. • #8550 \ 1986 FORD BRONCO II 4»4 TWO-'CNE S.C J WHITE CASSE\E C'R.'SE 'LT AIR ?0WER W'NOC'.VS POWER -0CKS \ Z S~ Si SUPERB VALUE AND W'-CN.Y 16.CTCX 1987 FORD MUSTANG 2D AUTO 4 C V L BLACK RED • CLOTH iNTEfiiQR. CASSETTE. CRUISE POWER DOOR LOCKS, S.NR00F, CUSTOM WHEELS' ONLY 42,000 Mi #8495 1986 PLYM. RELIANT 4D, AUTO. 4CYL BLACKwGRAY CLOTH INTERIOR STEREO SER- • VfCE CONTRACT 'AVAILABLE ONLY 42:000 Ml. . 16373 88 FORD TEMPO 4D, WHITE, CRUISE, TILT, AIR, 18,800 Ml. 16407 88 FORD TEMPO\ 2D, BLACK, CRUISE, -TILT, 1643188 J/ORD TEMPO 4D, GRAY, CRUISE, TILT, 16447 87 CHEVY CAVALIER WAGON WHITE. STEREO 17,000 Ml. 19192 86 POKT, GRAN PRIX 2QJED, LOADED; 36,000 Ml. 16009 85 PLYM REtiAlhD; BLUE, STEREO 51,6001 16239 85 FORD EXP. 2D, STD., BLUE, STEREO 47,600 Ml. . 16242 85 FORD LTD WAGON GRAY, LOADED JBL 63,000 Ml. 16266 85 PONT. PARIS1ENNE 40, BROWN, CRUISE, TILT,_AIR 47,8001 J6294-IHI0CK LsSABRE 4D, BROWN, LOADED 29,400 Ml. 16305 85 FORD TEMPO 4D, BLUE, CRUISE, TILT 62,800 Ml. 16368 85 FORD CROWN VICTORIA CRUISE, TILT, AIR, V-8,38,500 Ml. 16392 85 FORD LTD 4 D, BROWN, LOADED, 3.8L 49,700 Ml. • - ' #8309-; 1984 PONT. BONNEVILLE 4D VO 6 CYL' BROWN WTAN TERIOR -AM-FM STE- REO A NICE ROOMY FAMILY CAR READY FOR DELIVERY WITH JUST 47,600 Mi TTETJTLCH, -VTERiOR AM-FM\ S T ERE0 CR,iSE 6-PASENGER : AM:v CAR 3ROED R Grv WTIH 53 3X M .ES #8469 1981 FORD GRANADA' T 0 4CY. REAR-WHEEL : AN WITH TAN CLOTH iN- 5'EREO TILT, RECLIN- ES EXCEPTIONALLY CEAN NSiDE AND OUT\ LOW. 3 R:CE wr52JC #8527 \ 1984 PLYM. TURISMO 2D AUTO 22L 4 CYL. > RED CLOTH iNTER AM-FM 'STEREO AIR-CONDITION NICE CLEAN CAR WITH A PRICE THAT'S LOW #8471 1935 DODGE CARAVAN 5-PASSENGER MINI-VAN, TAN w'ALMOND CLOTH INTER, STE- REO. TILT, AIR-CONDITION, 2 2L 4 CYl\PRICED AT A-FflACTION OF .PRICE ONLY53,0001 #8310 MERC. COUGAR 2D AUTO, 6 CYL, WHITE WITH BLUE CLOTH INTERIOR, CRUISE, TILT, STEREO, AIR-CONDITIONED, EXCEPTIONALLY CLEAN CAR W:TH ONLY 32 COO Mi 16421 85 FORD CROWN VIC. 2D, BLUE, LOADED 51,000 Ml. . 16056 84 CHEVY CELEBRITY 2D', GRAY, AIR, \44 Ml. 16230 84 DODGE ABES ffAGON BROWN, CASSETTE 72,800 Ml. 16315 84 FORD CROWN VIC. 4D, BLUE, AIR, V-8 57,700 Ml. 16322 34 DODGE ARIES WAGON TAN, STEREO 65,000 I 16338 84 FORD MUSTANG AUTO, GRAY, CASSETTE, 3.8L 39,300 I 1988 PLYM,SUNDANCE 4D AUTO CASSETTE CRjiSE TILT, AIR CLARET RED &NLV KO

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