DEXTER Rob Pickeral connected for 23 points and added seven rebounds as General Brown defeated Beaver River 58-51 in a Frontier League boys basketball crossover game Saturday.
Cole Johnson added 17 points and led the Lions (1-3 overall) in rebounds with eight and blocks with six. General Brown outscored Beaver River 20-13 in the second quarter.
Christian Widrick scored 16 points and Dustin Neddo 15 for Beaver River (0-3). Kaelyn Ferguson scored 10 points.
COPENHAGEN 53, ALEXANDRIA 40
Antonio Figueroa contributed 20 points and seven steals in the Golden Knights Frontier League D Division victory at Alexandria Bay.
Ian Sawyer grabbed 10 rebounds for Copenhagen (3-0).
Dylan Delosh scored 12 points, and Nik Shangraw added 11 points for Alexandria (0-3).
IHC 66, HARRISVILLE 51
Jake Fusilli accounted for 17 points, eight rebounds and six steals as the Cavaliers (3-0) won the championship game of the Harrisville Tournament.
Jude Fusilli and Miles Sexton each provided 12 points, and Jude Whalen finished with 10 points and nine steals. Robin Massey, who scored seven points, was named the tournament MVP.
Nate Weaver poured in 23 points for Harrisville.
OFA 59, NEWARK 57
Jack Manke put in a shot at the buzzer to lift Ogdensburg Free Academy to victory in a nonleague game against Section 5s Newark in the Capital Region Coaches vs. Cancer Shootout.
OFA (2-1) erased a 39-28 halftime to lead to secure the victory.
Kinnon LaRose scored 26 points for the Blue Devils and added seven rebounds. Colin Ross scored 19 points.
MALONE 62, CHATEAUGAY 35
Alex Johnson scored 12 points as the Huskies used a third-quarter run to win the North Country Tip-Off title in Malone. Chris Poupore added 10 points for Malone (3-0).
Ryan Ashline scored seven points to pace Chateaugay (1-1).
BRUSHTON-MOIRA 62, SARANAC LAKE 36
Alex Brunett and Taylor Tallman each scored 12 points as the Panthers (1-1) won the consolation game over the Red Storm (0-4) in Malone.
ST. REGIS FALLS 61, BEEKMANTOwN 51
Brandon Votra delivered 31 points for the Saints won a nonleague game at St. Regis Falls. Ryan Duquette scored nine for St. Regis Falls (3-0).
INDIAN RIVER 37, CARTHAGE 29
Kammikia Barnes accounted for 16 points to help power the Warriors to a Frontier League A Division victory at Philadelphia.
Emma Bonk chipped in with 14 rebounds and eight blocks, and Ashlynn Borce added 10 points for Indian River (2-1).
Lexi Smith provided 17 points for Carthage (2-1).
BEEKMANTOWN 64, OFA 24
Shannon Ryan scored 27 points and Grace Kelly added 12 points as the Eagles rolled to victory in the Capital Region Coaches vs. Cancer Shootout.
Riley Luckie led OFA with six points.
HUNT LEADS BEAVERS TO TITLE
Melissa Hunt registered 15 kills, 16 service points and 19 digs to help lead Beaver River to a 7-2 record during the Beaver River Early Bird Tournament at Beaver Falls.
Carthage finished 6-3, while Hamilton was 3-6 and Lowville 2-7.
Hunt was named the tournaments most valuable player, while teammate Madison Compton was also named to the all-tournament team. Compton supplied 31 digs, 14 points and 10 kills.
Ariel Ortlieb provided 15 points and 25 digs, and Mariah Abel added 22 assists and 11 points for Beaver River.
BELLEVILLE HENDERSON 3, THOUSAND ISLANDS 2
Haley Contryman posted five kills, 20 assists, 10 service points, eight aces and nine digs as the Panthers captured the last three games to gain a 23-25, 8-25, 25-21, 26-24, 25-20 Frontier League C Division victory at Clayton.
Breanne Gilligan chipped in with nine kills, 13 points and five aces for Belleville Henderson (1-2).
Miquella Farris supplied 12 kills, four aces and 18 points, and Ally Cornaire distributed 15 assists for Thousand Islands (0-3).
POTSDAM 7, AUBURN 6
The Sandstoners gained a split at their own tournament, riding four goals by Josh Locey for the victory in Potsdam.
Potsdam also received two goals from Carson Green and three assists each by Logan Ford and Keenan OGorman.
Kaiden Tubbet scored three times for Auburn.
ITHACA 5, CANTON 2
Ithaca distributed scoring among five players to defeat Canton in the second game of the Potsdam Tournament.
Alex Wolczanski, Nate Walker, Jaeyeon Kimm, Eli Gordon and Dominic Ciccheiti each scored for Ithaca.
Cody Moore and Tanner Sanderson scored for Canton.
LIVERPOOL 3, IHC 2 (OT)
Dalton Horton scored the winning goal in overtime to lift Liverpool to victory in the championship game of the Ontario Bay Tournament in Pulaski.
Horton finished with two goals and one assist, while Kody Gaulke tallied one goal and one assist. Goalie Steven Kozikoski stopped 21 shots for Liverpool (2-1, 0-1).
Jared Pignone scored both goals, and Cole James made 28 saves for Immaculate Heart Central (2-2, 1-1).
MALONE 1, ISLANDERS 0
Tucker Bartenslager scored the only goal of the games as the Huskies nipped the Islanders in an NAC game at Clayton.
Joey Brown made 23 saves for Malone (2-0), while Miles Kearns turned aside 33 for the Islanders (1-1).
South Jefferson sent three wrestlers to the championship finals to finish in second place in the Andersen Tournament at Cicero-North Syracuse High School.
Jared Carroll (106), Daniel Smith (182) and Logan LaFlamme (195) each placed second, falling in the title match.
South Jefferson finished with 159.5 points, behind champion Fultons 175.
Massenas Nathan Marshall and Nolan Terrance won the tourney titles at 113 and 285 pounds, respectively. Massenas Hunter Perrine reached the final at 160 pounds, losing to Travis Race of Fulton. The Red Raiders placed fifth overall in the standings with 118 points.
SANDY CREEK DUALS
Canastota finished 5-0 to take first place in the Sandy Creek Duals in Sandy Creek. Jacob Sherman was selected his teams most outstanding wrestler.
Cortland took second at 4-1, followed by Port Byron at 3-2 and Sandy Creek at 2-3. Herkimer finished fifth and South Lewis sixth.
Jared Williams won MOW honors for Sandy Creek. Nick Krueger was the MOW for South Lewis.
CARTHAGE places 5TH
Trevor Gibbons of Carthage captured the 285-pound weight class by pin to help lead Carthage to fifth place at the Clyde Cole Tournament in Oxford.
Andrew McFarland also placed first for Carthage by winning by decision.