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High school roundup: No. 2-ranked St. Lawrence keeps rolling

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BRASHER FALLS — Undefeated St. Lawrence Central protected its No. 2 state Class C ranking by sweeping Parishville-Hopkinton 13-8 and 24-1 in a Northern Athletic Conference East Division softball doubleheader Saturday.

Lindsey Thayer struck out 13, pitching five hitless innings, and singled to drive in a run for St. Lawrence Central (12-0 overall, 10-0 division) in the opener. Offensive leaders were Hailey Agans (4 singles, 2 RBIs), Chelsea Savage (2 singles, 2 RBIs), and Bailey Gauthier (two singles, 2 RBIs).

Cassara Cole singled and rapped a two-run home run for Parishville-Hopkinton.

Thayer struck out 10 and went 2-for-4 with a home run and four RBIs in the second game. Savage finished 5-for-5 with a home run and two doubles.

Massena 9, Gouverneur 1

Backed by an errorless defense, Amber Thomas struck out seven while hurling a six-hitter for the Red Raiders in a Central Division game at Gouverneur.

Bailey Dillabough drove in three runs with a home run and a double, and Abby Rufa stroked two singles for Massena.

Tayler Andrews had three singles for Gouverneur.

SOUTH JEFFERSON 13, IHC 2

Lyndsie O’Brien hit a pair of home runs and drove in six runs as the Spartans won a Frontier League crossover game in Adams Center.

O’Brien hit a two-run homer in the third and a three-run shot in the fourth for South Jefferson (11-1, 10-1). Jackie Decker also homered and Alyssa Parkinson contributed a triple and two RBIs.

Elena Alteri had a pair of hits for Immaculate Heart Central (8-3, 4-3).

BEAVER RIVER 5-7, THOUSAND ISLANDS 7-1

Kristen Ebersol went 3-for-3 and homered in the second game to help the Beavers split a “C’’ Division doubleheader at New Bremen.

Hailey Lehamn also went 2-for-2 for Beaver River (4-8, 3-8).

Heather Robinson’s double brought home the winning run in the top of the seventh inning as the Vikings (4-4) won the opener.

FALCONS SPLIT

South Lewis fell to Holland Patent, 5-4, then came back to beat Pulaski 11-6 in the eighth annual Falcons Shootout in Turin.

Jess Haig went 2-for-2 for South Lewis (6-4) against Holland Patent.

In the win over Pulaski, Olivia Fitzgerald went 3-for-4 with a double, Marissa Brown drove in three runs and Jaedyn Ossont hit a home run.

Holland Patent also beat Pulaski 15-0.

COMETS DROP TWO

Sandy Creek lost a pair of games to defending sectional champions at a tournament in Cicero-North Syracuse.

The Comets lost to Section 2’s Bethlehem, a Class AA school, by 14-0. Shania Darling collected two hits for Class C Sandy Creek (9-3).

Peyton Miller went 2-for-3 in game two, but the Comets lost to Section 5’s Rochester Mercy, 10-5. Mercy is in Class A.

BASEBALL

Parishville-Hopkinton 6-12, St. Lawrence 4-18

Mike Burns tossed a no-hitter for the Panthers in the opener, striking out eight and allowing four runs all after walks in an East Division doubleheader at Brasher Falls.

Parishville-Hopkinton (1-5) scored five runs in the fifth inning.

In game two, St. Lawrence’s Brad Francis went 3-for-4 with a triple, double and five RBIs. Jace Lanning added a 2-for-3 effort with a double for the Larries (5-5).

BEAVER RIVER 4, ADIRONDACK 1

Christian Widrick tossed a two-hitter, striking out seven and walking just one, as the Beavers earned a nonleague win in Boonville.

Erik Lyndaker doubled for Beaver River (11-3), while Brett Neddo and Kaelyn Ferguson each contributed two singles.

BOYS LACROSSE

SALMON RIVER 13, MASSENA 7

Karonhiate Lazore scored three goals as the Shamrocks remained unbeaten with a victory at Fort Covington.

Kason Tarbell, Trenton Tarbell and Blaze White each added two goals for Salmon River (11-0, 10-0).

Ross O’Driscoll led Massena (8-5, 8-3) with two goals.

ST. LAWRENCE 8, SARANAC LAKE 7

A four-goal effort from Isiah Lyon and three goals from Nick Randall powered the Larries (6-6) at Brasher Falls.

Kody Kocsis stopped nine shots against the Red Storm (2-7), who were led by five goals from Matt Holmes.

LAFAYETTE 16, CANTON 5

Percy Booth netted four goals as the Lancers downed the Golden Bears in a nonleague game at Dexter.

Matt Bennett tallied three goals and logged an assist for LaFayette (9-6).

Jake Facey scored three times for Canton (10-2).

WATERTOWN 19, SYRACUSE EAST 8

Anthony Donato registered six goals and one assist as the Cyclones jumped out to a 7-1 first-quarter lead enroute to a nonleague win in Syracuse.

Brad McKinney contributed five goals and three assists for Watertown (12-3), while Noah Taylor had four goals and three assists and Eric Soderquist four goals and one assist.

Brandon Wilbur led Syracuse East (2-12) with three goals.

IHC 17, WHITESBORO 6

Nick Koelmel finished with four goals and six assists to help guide the Cavaliers to a nonleague victory at Whitesboro.

Cole Carpenter contributed three goals and four assists, and Pat Gefell scored three goals for Immacualte Heart Central (9-5). Dan Grant made six saves for IHC.

Phil Spiridigliozzi scored five goals for Whitesboro (0-15).

LOWVILLE 9, NOTRE DAME 3

Ben Bush scored three goals as the Red Raiders earned their second win of the season with a nonleague victory at Lowville.

Mike Sundquist also scored twice for Lowville (2-12), and goalie Andre Young made four saves.

Notre Dame is 0-12.

CAZENOVIA 14, GENERAL BROWN 4

The Lions fell behind 9-1 at halftime against the state’s top-ranked Class C team in a nonleague game in Cazenovia.

Jake Purvis scored two goals for General Brown (7-7).

Henry Mann led the Lakers (15-0) with three goals.

GIRLS LACROSSE

MASSENA 19, SARANAC LAKE 3

Ashlyn Olson generated five goals as the Red Raiders beat the Red Storm in an NAC game at Saranac Lake.

Devin Kelly and Mimi Lazore each produced three goals, and Felicity Love made six saves for Massena.

Laura Stratton, Macy Fisher and Olivia Hunt scored for Saranac Lake.

SOUTH JEFFERSON 21, INDIAN RIVER 1

Morgan Alexander notched a career-high 12 points, including seven goals, as the Spartans routed the Warriors in a Frontier League game at Adams.

Maddie Knapp contributed two goals and three assists for South Jefferson (12-2, 8-1), which can clinch its first league championship Monday with a win over General Brown.

Indian River dropped to 5-8, 1-8.

WATERTOWN 14, QUEENSBURY 13

Taylor Rick scored the game-winning goal with six minutes, two seconds left in regulation as the Cyclones earned a nonleague win over the previously unbeaten Spartans in Queensbury.

Olivia Miles recorded five goals and two assists and Jill Girardi added a goal and five assists for Watertown (13-2).

Allison Bulter scored six goals for Queensbury (10-1).

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