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High school roundup: General Brown stops Carthage; Salmon River routs Colton-Pierrepont

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DEXTER — Bryanna Fazio and Cayla O’Connor each scored four goals as the General Brown girls lacrosse team held back Carthage for an 11-8 overtime victory during a Frontier League game Tuesday night.

Hannah Peebles added three goals, and Katelyn Longamore made 12 saves for the Lions (6-2 overall, 4-0 league).

Mackenzie Kidder paced the Comets (5-3, 1-3) with four goals.

WATERTOWN 13, INDIAN RIVER 4

Madisyn Exford registered four goals and an assist as the host Cyclones won a Frontier League game.

Olivia Miles contributed two goals and three assists for Watertown (5-1, 3-1).

Brynne LaFave and Kelsi Nabywaniec each scored twice for Indian River (0-3).

SOUTH JEFFERSON 22, IHC 1

Morgan Alexander generated seven goals as the Spartans defeated the host Cavaliers in Frontier League matchup.

Maddie Knapp chipped in with three goals and five assists for South Jefferson (4-2, 2-1).

Danielle Pound scored for Immaculate Heart Central (3-4, 1-3).

BOYS LACROSSE

INDIAN RIVER 18, LOWVILLE 2

Logan Prudhomme tallied nine goals as the Warriors routed the Red Raiders in a crossover game at Lowville.

Ryan Loar supplied five goals, and Kyle Smith added a goal and four assists for Indian River (2-5, 1-5).

Robert Campany and Kyle Malik scored for Lowville (0-5, 0-4).

SALMON RIVER 18, COLTON-PIERREPONT 3

Russ Oakes scored four goals and assisted on two more to lead the Shamrocks to a Northern Athletic Conference victory in South Colton.

Alan Jacobs scored three goals and Kason Tarbell added two for the Shamrocks (3-0 overall and division). Skylar Thomas scored one goal and assisted on nine others for Salmon River. Kyle Lewis, Trenton Tarbell, Lakota Square, Myles Delormier, Dalton Roundpoint, Blaze White, Talon Hemlock and Jared Jock also scored for the Shamrocks.

Jon Polter scored twice for the Colts (0-3) and Scott Boyce produced the other goal for the Colts.

SOFTBALL

SOUTH JEFFERSON 16, LOWVILLE 0

Heather Williams homered, drove in three runs and pitched a three-hit shutout as the Spartans blanked the Red Raiders in a “B” Division game at Adams Center that was the season opener for both teams.

Jackie Decker went 4-for-4, and Janessa Vaadi added three hits for South Jefferson.

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 12, CHATEAUGAY 1

Emily O’Connor struck out nine and allowed just three hits and drove in two runs to lead the Panthers past the Bulldos (0-1) in a nonleague game in Brushton.

O’Connor, Mike Uehrara, Ashley DeBeer and Arielle Gary each produced two hits for Brushton-Moira (2-0). Jenna Dufrane drove in two runs with a double and Melissa Cox tripled for the Panthers.

GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD

SOUTH JEFFERSON 107, SOUTH LEWIS 34

Skylar Pastor captured three events and ran on a first-place relay to guide the Spartans to a season-opening Frontier League interdivision victory at Adams Center.

Pastor won the 200- and 400-meter dashes and the high jump.

Leah Denny took the 100 and triple jump, and Kealy Deforest claimed the 100 and 400 hurdles for South Jefferson.

Jenna Dailey (shot put), Gabby Domagala (discus) and Christina Platt (pole vault) won events for South Lewis.

BEAVERS GAIN TWO WINS

Malori Mattimore claimed the 100- and 400-meter hurdles, high jump and tied for first place in the pole vault to help power Beaver River to victories over Watertown, 110-30, and Sandy Creek, 119-20, during a Frontier League season-opening meet at Watertown High School. Watertown defeated Sandy Creek, 78-50.

Emily Lighthall won the 1,500 and 3,000 and ran on the first-place 3,200 relay. Courtney Cardinal captured the shot put and discus, and Sarah Steiner took the 100 and long jump for Beaver River.

Watertown won the 400 relay, and Katie Austin claimed the 200 for Sandy Creek.


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