Shannon Muldowney netted her 50th goal of the season and broke the Saranac Lake High School lacrosse goals scored in a season record, for girls and boys on May 12 against Ogdensburg.
"Shannon has been able to break through and score because of hard work and hours spent putting balls in the net on her own," head coach Amanda Zullo said.
The single season scoring record was previously held by her brother, Keegan Muldowney, at 49 goals in a season.
Potsdam 11, Saranac Lake 8
The Lady Sandstoners added to a two-goal halftime advantage in beating the Lady Red Storm May 10.
The Red Storm came out strong after the half and quickly evened out the score to start the second half, but Potsdam scored four of the games final five goals.
Shannon Muldowney tallied five goals and one assist, while Kylie Sapone added one goal, Meadow Hackett scored a goal and had two assists, Elena Beideck added a goal, Marisa McDonough had an assist and Alex Covert added a pair of assists.
Regan Kieffer made eight saves in net for the Storm.
Canton 16, Saranac Lake 11
The Lady Red Storm fought to tie the game early in the second half, but were unable to keep pace with Canton May 13.
Shannon Muldowney scored both goals for the Red Storm to start the second half, and finished with five goals and two assists.
Jackie Dubee had a two goals and an assist, Rita Munn netted two goals, while Alex Covert and Kristy Duguay each scored once.
Regan Kieffer had 12 saves.
Saranac Lake 8, Northwood 7
Mike Sapone had three goals and an assist to lead the Red Storm past Northwood May 10.
Seth Pickering also scored three goals, while Josh Trombley added a goal, and Forrest Morgan had one goal and an assist.
However, Morgan suffered a season-ending injury in the game to his jaw.
Potsdam 10, Saranac Lake 9
The Red Storm were unable to hold a 5-0 first quarter or 8-7 third quarter lead in falling to the Sandstoners May 11.
Michael Sapone had three goals and two assists for the Red Storm, while Seth Pickering scored two goals and added an assist, and Josh Trombley and Oliver Holmes each scored two.