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DEXTER — Bryanna Fazio supplied three goals and four assists to spark General Brown past Watertown for an 11-9 victory in Frontier League girls lacrosse on Wednesday.

“This is a huge win for us,” General Brown coach Katie Clough said. “It’s the first time we’ve beaten Watertown in about 10 years.”

Hannah Peebles pitched in with three goals and two assists, and Cayla O’Connor scored three goals for the Lions (3-2 overall, 3-0 league).

Emily Amell led the General Brown defense with four caused turnovers and four draw controls while also helping to contain Watertown’s Olivia Miles to one goal.

Katelyn Longamore made five saves for the Lions, who move into first place in the league.

Jill Girardi registered five goals and two assists, and Lauren Girardi made four saves for Watertown (4-1, 2-1).

IHC 13, INDIAN RIVER 10

Rachel O’Brien scored four goals and assisted on two others to spark the Cavaliers to a Frontier League victory over the Warriors at Watertown High School.

Mollie Guyette tallied three goals for IHC (2-3, 1-2), and Jaid Baytos and Julia O’Brien each contributed two goals and an assist. Goalie Allison McElheran made nine saves to record the win.

Sarah Mattingly scored four goals to pace the Warriors (0-2), and Sidney Black and Kelsi Nabywaniec tallied three goals each.

SOUTH JEFFERSON 5, CARTHAGE 3

Maddie Knapp finished with two goals and two assists to help the Spartans hold off the Comets for a Frontier League victory in Carthage.

Stephanie Green added a goal and an assist, and Courtney Ziegler made five saves for South Jefferson (2-2, 1-1).

Hannah Millich scored twice for Carthage (3-2, 1-2).

POTSDAM 9, CANTON 3

Another strong defensive showing helped the Potsdam to a 9-3 victory over Canton in a Northern Athletic Conference game in Potsdam.

Potsdam (4-0 overall) has already shut out two teams this season and has allowed only seven goals.

Kalie Grant scored five goals to pace the Sandstoners and Kalie Grant added three goals with two assists. Hannah Drechsel also scored for Potsdam.

Tess Knight led Canton (3-1) with two goals, and Emily Pinckney also scored for the Golden Bears.

BOYS LACROSSE

IHC 13, INDIAN RIVER 3

Nick Koelmel (three goals, three assists) and Cole Carpenter (two goals, four assists) each totaled six points to propel the Cavaliers to victory in a Frontier League “A” Division game played at Watertown High School.

Pat Gefell scored three goals and assisted on another for IHC (1-1, 1-0) and Matt Guyette tallied two goals and an assist.

Kyle Smith scored a pair of goals to pace the Warriors (1-4, 0-4).

SALMON RIVER 15, POTSDAM 1

Russ Oakes scored three goals and assisted on three more as the Shamrocks defeated the Sandstoners (0-3) in an Northern Athletic Conference game in Potsdam.

Skylar Thomas supplied three goals and two assists, and Alan Jacobs also scored three goals for Salmon River (2-0).

Kyle Lewis and Karonhiate Lazore scored twice. Kason Tarbell and Iothore Lazore scored Salmon River’s other goals.

Max Warden scored for Potsdam.

BASEBALL

SOUTH LEWIS 11, SANDY CREEK 1

Senior Jason Martin fired a one-hitter, striking out 17, to pace the Falcons to victory in a Frontier League “C” Division game, the season opener for both at Sandy Creek.

Cody Capron, Nate Pleskach and Brett Farr each singled twice for South Lewis (1-0) against the Comets (0-1).

SOFTBALL

SANDY CREEK 21, SACKETS HARBOR 0

Shania Darling hit a two-run home run, Peyton Miller went 3-for-3, and three pitchers combined for a no-hitter to lift the host Comets past the Patriots in a Frontier League crossover game to open the season for both teams.

Michaela Martin struck out five of the first six batters, Autumn Darling pitched three innings, and Alina Quintana threw the sixth and seventh to finish the no-hitter for Sandy Creek.

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