CLAYTON Kylee Martin went 5-for-6, including two doubles, and drove in three runs as Sandy Creek downed Thousand Islands, 18-2, on Monday in a C Division game in Frontier League softball.
Gabriella Guarasce drove in two runs on three hits, and Brittany Valley ripped a three-run double for the Comets (3-0).
Heather Robinson slapped an RBI double for the Vikings (0-1).
BEAVER RIVER 13, SOUTH LEWIS 8 (8)
Taylor Kieffer singled three times and drove in four runs and Taylor Buell collected three singles and knocked in a pair of runs as the Beavers beat the Falcons in eight innings in a C Division game at South Lewis.
Emma Puddington singled in two runs, including the go-ahead run in a five-run eighth inning for Beaver River (1-1, 1-1). Jessica Haig hit a home run for South Lewis (0-1).
WATERTOWN 16, CARTHAGE 11
Shytarra Lemon went 3-for-3, including a double, and drove in three runs and scored three times to pace the Cyclones past the Comets in an A Division game in the first game of the season for both teams.
Tara Blair and Madelene Hashagen each singled twice and drove in a pair of runs for Watertown (1-0) and Maggie Valentine collected two singles.
Whitney Grover singled twice and knocked in two runs for Carthage (0-1).
COPENHAGEN 4, LYME 3
Brooke Spaulding struck out 11 in a complete-game effort as the Golden Knights edged the Indians in the season opener for both teams in a D Division game in Chaumont.
Maci Spaulding and Brianna Muncy each singled twice to help pace Copenhagen (0-1). Taylor Brown and Meghan Goutremont each singled twice for the Indians (0-1).
BRUSHTON-MOIRA 14, SALMON RIVER 0
Emily OConnor struck out 14 and carried a perfect game into the sixth as the Panthers topped the Shamrocks in a season-opening Northern Athletic Conference Central Division game at Fort Covington.
OConnor ended up with a two-hit shutout, and Sienna Kenney slashed a two-run triple for Brushton-Moira (1-0).
WATERTOWN 6, CARTHAGE 3
Jarrod Bellinger struck out nine in five innings to earn the win as the Cyclones won their Frontier league opener over the Comets in an A Division game in Watertown.
Steven Hatchell tripled, singled and drove in a run for Watertown (3-2, 1-0), Joe Freda tripled in a pair of runs and Christian Jorden singled twice and knocked in a run. Ryan Pete singled three times for Carthage (1-4, 0-3).
THOUSAND ISLANDS 7, SANDY CREEK 2
Winner Austin Bach tossed a complete-game three-hitter, striking out nine and singled twice to propel the Vikings in their season opener in a C Division game in Clayton.
Sam Ada singled twice and drove in three runs for Thousand Islands (1-0). Sandy Creek fell to 1-3.
COPENHAGEN 14, LYME 3
James Uhlinger and Antonio Figueroa each went 2-for-3 with a pair of RBIs as the Golden Knights pulled away late to beat the Indians a D Division season opener in Chaumont.
Brandon Moser gave up three runs and five hits in a complete-game effort for Copenhagen (1-0). Caden Sanford slapped a two-run single for Lyme (0-1).
SOUTH LEWIS 10, BEAVER RIVER 3
Jason Martin and Tristen Bauer combined on a two-hitter and Lucas Kelly homered, doubled, singled and drove in a run as the Falcons downed the Beavers in a C Division game in Turin.
Jake Vanbeber (two RBI) and Brett Farr each singled three times for South Lewis (2-0). Naythan Cobb doubled in a run against Beaver River (1-1).
NEW YORK MILLS 3, HEUVELTON 0
Perry Bennero struck out 14 in a complete-game shutout as the Marauders (3-1) blanked the Bulldogs in a nonleague game at Doubleday Field in Cooperstown.
Michael Martin struck out eight for Heuvelton (0-1).
IHC 11, SOUTH JEFFERSON 8
Pat Gefell tallied five goals and two assists as the Cavaliers beat the Spartans in a crossover game at Adams.
Matt Guyette supplied two goals and four assists for Immaculate Heart Central (2-2, 2-1). Benner Geurtsen, Caleb Alford and Phil Isberner each scored twice for South Jefferson (2-5, 1-3).
MARCELLUS 16, GENERAL BROWN 7
Harrison Cox scored four goals and assisted on two others to pace the Mustangs (5-2) to a nonleague winy at Marcellus.
Jake Purvis scored three goals to lead the Lions (4-3).