BRASHER FALLS Lindsay Thayer won both games of a Northern Athletic Conference East Division softball doubleheader, striking out 16 in game one and 14 in game two as St. Lawrence Central swept Colton-Pierrepont in a doubleheader, 6-0, 9-2, Wednesday.
Haleigh Agans went 2-for-3 for the Larries (9-0, 7-0) in the opener, and Thayer went 3-for-4 in game two. Chelsea Savage and Bailee Gauthier each picked up two hits in game two.
Eve Whalen homered for the Colts (6-3) in the second game.
ST. REGIS FALLS 5-5, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 4-13
Madison Austin threw a three-hitter in the opener of an East Division doubleheader to help the Saints (1-6) split with the Flyers in Norwood.
Kerrigan Rondeau and Makenzie Bazdaric each picked up two hits for the Saints in the opener.
Kristin Barkley went 2-for-3 in game one and 3-for-4 in game two for the Flyers (7-3, 6-3). Gabby Cole, Courtney Harvey and Katrina Durant each lined two hits.
MALONE 8, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 4
Janelle Heden homored and doubled to lead the Malone to a victory over Brushton-Moira in a Central Division game at Malone.
Alissa McCauley struck out seven for the Huskies (7-0 overall and division). Morgan Fountain and Annie Sharlow each picked up two hits.
Mika Uehara and Emily OConnor both produced two-hit games for the Panthers (5-2, 4-2).
CHATEAUGAY 8-14, TUPPER LAKE 1-0
Rachael Young threw a no-hitter and struck out nine and also homered in the opening game as the Bulldogs swept an East Division doubleheader from Tupper Lake (1-5) in Chateaugay.
Kayla Legacy struck out 13 in game two for the Bulldogs (4-4, 4-3).
Alicia Cook and katie Secore each picked up three hits in the second game for the Bulldogs.
MORRISTOWN 4-6, LISBON 3-7
Taylor Piercy was the winning pitcher in the opener as Morristown (3-5) split a West Division doubleheader at Lisbon.
Claire Donaldson homered for Lisbon (5-3) in game one. Sierra Dobbs singled three times to lead Lisbon in game two and Alyshia Murray and Fayeanne West each picked up two hits.
GENERAL BROWN 2, SANDY CREEK 1
Sam Monroe ripped a double to bring home the game-tying and game-winning runs, lifting General Brown to a comeback victory over Sandy Creek in a Frontier League crossover game at Brownville Elementary in Glen Park.
Monroes double down the third-base line scored Kayla Gaffney and Shay Siver. The Lions had been held to one hit over the first six innings.
Katie Pitkin struck out nine in a complete game, allowing just two hits, for General Brown (7-1).
Michaela Martin threw all seven innings and surrendered just three hits for Sandy Creek (8-1).
INDIAN RIVER 17, CARTHAGE 7
Ashley Dobmeier doubled twice, singled and drove in five runs to spark the Warriors to an A Division victory over the Comets in Philadelphia.
Kasey Fuller singled twice and scored five runs for Indian River (4-3), and winning pitcher Kammikia Barnes singled twice, drove in a run, scored three runs and stole two bases,
Becky Brandal singled twice for Carthage (0-10, 0-9).
SOUTH LEWIS 10, BEAVER RIVER 3
Marissa Brown, Shania Loomis and Olivia Fitzgerald each finished with two hits to lead the Falcons to a C Division victory over the Beavers in Beaver Falls.
Jaedyn Ossont tripled for South Lewis (4-3).
Sidney Hawksley singled in a run for Beaver Ruiver (3-6, 2-6).
COPENHAGEN 29, BELLEVILLE HENDERSON 4
Laura Graves went 3-for-4 and drove in three runs to help power the Golden Knights to a D Division victory at Belleville.
Brianna Muncy knocked in three runs on four hits, and Brooke Spaulding and Alicia Evans each supplied two hits, including a double, and two RBIs for Copenhagen (10-0, 8-0).
Zoe Stuckey smacked a triple for Belleville Henderson (0-9).
THOUSAND ISLANDS 15, SACKETS HARBOR 14
Jenna Manniko homered, singled and drove in four runs to lead the Vikings (3-3) to a division crossover victory over the Patriots (1-9) at Sackets Harbor.
SOUTH JEFFERSON 16, CAMDEN 5
Winning pitcher Heather Williams went 5-for-5, including three doubles, and drove in three runs as the Spartans rolled to a nonleague triumph in Camden.
WATERTOWN 20, HERMON-DEKALB 2
Eighth-grader Brooke Peters pitched a complete game, striking out nine and walking none, to help fuel the host Cyclones to a nonleague victory.
Shytarra Lemon finished with a home run and five runs batted in. Taneisha Richey drove in two runs on three hits, and Maggie Valentine was 2-for-3 with two RBIs for Watertown (2-10).
Hermon-DeKalb is 3-4.