LOWVILLE Cody Branagan drove in the game-winning run with a sacrifice fly in the bottom of the ninth inning to lead Lowville to a 4-3 victory over Beaver River in a wild Frontier League C Division baseball game on Friday night.
Branagans sacrifice scored Billy Larkins, who had reached base on a passed ball after a third strike. Larkins advanced from first to third when a pickoff attempt was overthrown.
Connor Fayle threw all nine innings for the Red Raiders (11-3 overall and league).
Sam Widrick doubled and tripled for Beaver River (9-4).
INDIAN RIVER 5, WATERTOWN 3
D.J. Kirkby delivered a two-run single to spark a four-run fifth inning and the Warriors went on to upset the Cyclones in an A Division game in Watertown.
Daniel Angelo tossed a four-hitter for Indian River (6-6) against Watertown (9-1, 11-4).Edward Malinoski doubled for the Warriors.
CARTHAGE 7, A-P-W 3
Danny Granger doubled twice and scored four runs as the host Comets earned a crossover win against the Rebels.
Tyler Clemens went 2-for-4 with an RBI for Carthage (11-4, 9-2).
Steve Isabell ripped a triple for Altmar-Parish-Williamstown (2-11).
SOUTH JEFFERSON 8, GENERAL BROWN 3
Jacob Perry struck out nine and scattered five hits as the Spartans beat the Lions in a B Division game at Adams.
Hunter Gillet drove in a pair of runs for South Jefferson (4-10, 3-10). Jordan Schofield socked a pair of hits and an RBI for General Brown (4-11, 3-11).
COPENHAGEN 9, BELLEVILLE HENDERSON 0
Jake Nadelen doubled, singled and knocked in two runs as the Golden Knights captured a D Division victory over the Panthers (4-9) in Copenhagen.
Brandon Moser struck out seven and allowed one hit over five innings for Copenhagen (8-4).
SOUTH JEFFERSON 7, GENERAL BROWN 4
Jackie Decker went 3-for-4, including a solo home run and a triple, to pace the Spartans to victory in a B Division game in Adams Center.
Angela Cataldo singled three times for South Jefferson (12-3, 12-3).
Brooke LaLone struck out seven in a complete-game effort for the Spartans. Shea Siver tripled in two runs to lead the Lions (12-3, 11-2).
A-P-W 18, CARTHAGE 1
Bobbi Hoffman and Amber Rice each drove in three runs and Tori Stanton struck out 11 as the Rebels kept pace in the B Division with a crossover win against the host Comets (2-9).
Erin Stever belted a pair of solo home runs for A-P-W (12-3, 11-2).
INDIAN RIVER 24, WATERTOWN 7
Lakeisha Barnes launched two home runs and drove in eight runs on three hits to lead the Warriors to an A Division win over the host Cyclones (3-11, 2-9).
Indian River, which had already clinched the regular-season title, finished 6-0 in the division for the second straight year.
Kammikia Barnes went 5-for-5 and allowed three hits in a complete game, and Haley Prudhomme provided four hits for the Warriors (9-7, 6-6).
GENERAL BROWN 16, LOWVILLE 2
Cole Johnson totaled nine points, including four goals, to pace the Lions to a B Division win over the Red Raiders in Dexter.
Jake Purvis scored three goals and assisted on three others for General Brown (9-5, 8-3), and Michael Roukous contributed one goal and five assists.
Lee Bauter scored three goals and Tre Frank scored two goals and assisted on another for the Lions. Lowville fell to 2-13, 0-11.
WATERTOWN 11, INDIAN RIVER 2
Eric Soderquist and Noah Taylor each scored three goals and assisted on another as the Cyclones won an A Division game called at halftime because of inclement weather in Watertown.
Anthony Donato scored three goals for the Cyclones (9-6, 7-4), and Brad McKinney and Kendall Vecchio each contributed a goal and an assist. Connor Brown scored a pair of goals to lead the Warriors (2-10, 2-9).
WATERTOWN 17, SCHUYLERVILLE 9
Brianne Arthur registered 10 points, including five goals, to propel the Cyclones to a non-league victory at Schuylerville of Section 2.
Morgan Cadwell contributed five goals and one assist for Watertown (13-1), and Ashley Flick tallied three goals and three assists.
Goalie Christina Matthewson made 11 saves for the Cyclones. Jordyn Rousselles three goals led the Black Horses (7-7).
BOYS TRACK AND FIELD
UPDIKE SHINES AT ONEIDA
Cody Updike of Beaver River finished second in the 110-meter hurdles and sixth in the 400 hurdles to highlight local competitors at the Oneida Invitational. Several events were cancelled due to a thunderstorm.
A-P-Ws Sage Bartlett was fifth in the pentathlon.
GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD
MATTIMORE 3RD IN PENTATHLON
Malori Mattimore placed third in the pentathlon for Beaver River during the Oneida Invitational, which was shortened due to a thunderstorm.
Victoria Rollin finished fifth in the 3,000, and Nora Pominville was sixth in the 1,500 for the Beavers.
Christina Platt took sixth in the pole vault for South Lewis.