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NORWOOD — Lorraine Beard netted 22 points, including 19 foul shots, as Alexandria beat Norwood-Norfolk 57-46 in a nonleague girls basketball game Saturday.

Beard hit 13 of 16 from the foul line in the fourth quarter for Alexandria (5-2 overall). Hannah Lynch added 12 points.

Cadence Hunkins paced Norwood-Norfolk (0-4) with 18 points while, Carlea Weaver had 17 points.

SALMON RIVER 40, HARRISVILLE 23

Tournament MVP Abby Kelly generated 17 points and fellow All-Tournament team pick Jordan Mitchell scored 17, including three 3-pointers, to lift the Shamrocks during the championship game of the Harrisville Tournament.

Salmon River (5-1) used 12-5 and 12-7 third and fourth quarter advantages to break free from a 16-11 lead at halftime.

All-Tournament selection Kathleen Coloney scored nine and grabbed six rebounds for Harrisville (3-2).

IHC 47, BEAVER RIVER 35

Olivia Miles and Rebecca Lazore garnered 11 points as the Cavaliers claimed their first win of the year by taking the consolation game of the Harrisville Tournament with a win over the Beavers.

Maddy Brand contributed nine points and earned all-tournament team honors for Immaculate Heart Central (1-5).

All-tournament selection Abigail Cornell led all scorers with 14 points.

CORTLAND 40, INDIAN RIVER 36

Devon Tennant connected for 13 points as the Purple Tigers (3-4) dealt the Warriors their first loss of the season during a nonleague game in Cortland.

Paige Fayette scored 10 points, while Emily Kuba grabbed eight rebounds and Katie Brierton made six steals for Indian River (5-1).

BOYS BASKETBALL

ALEXANDRIA 77, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 35

Ian Kearns led the way with 24 points as the Purple Ghosts downed the Flyers in a nonleague game at Norwood.

Nik Shangraw chipped in with 22 points for Alexandria (2-5). Kearns and Shangraw each hit four 3-pointers.

Dan Devine tallied 11 points for Norwood-Norfolk (0-5).

LOWVILLE 70, CLIFTON-FINE 22

Kyle Malik led all scorers with 20 points as the Red Raiders routed the Eagles for a nonleague victory in Lowville.

Thomas Burch added a season-high 16 points for Lowville (3-2).

Chase Koster collected eight points for Clifton-Fine (0-6).

VOLLEYBALL

SANDY CREEK 3, SOUTH LEWIS 1

Kylie Hanni posted 11 kills, eight blocks and 11 digs during the Comets’ 25-27, 25-18, 25-22, 25-17 Frontier League “C” Division victory over the Falcons at Turin.

Grace Wallace supplied 10 kills, three aces and 10 digs, and Viki White chipped in with 10 assists, three aces and eight digs. Kylie Martin distributed 14 assists for Sandy Creek (6-0).

South Lewis is 3-3.

TULLY SHINES IN PINK OUT clash

Tully defeated Dolgeville and South Jefferson to capture the Gold Division during the Pink Out Clash tournament at Watertown High School and Case Middle School.

During pool play, Dolgeville finished first at 6-0, while Tully was second (6-0) and South Jefferson third (4-2) to advance into the top division. Abbie Reed of Tully was named most valuable player for the Gold Division, while South Jefferson’s Alex Mooney was selected to the all-tournament team.

Oneida defeated Watertown and Chittenango to prevail in the Silver Division. Chittenango (3-3) finished pool play fourth, while Watertown (3-3) was fifth and Oneida (2-4) was sixth.

Oneida’s Kati Relyea captured MVP honors for the division, while the local all-tournament selection was Watertown’s Nemesis Ruiz.

In the Bronze Division, Carthage beat Indian River and Camden. Claire Sauter of Carthage was named the MVP for the division, while teammate Courtney Cunningham was selected to the all-tournament team. Kaliya Ramsvig was named to the team for Indian River.

Close to $2,000 was raised during the event for the American Cancer Society.

WRESTLING

SPARTANS WIN CAMDEN CLASSIC

South Jefferson took the team title and five individual weight classes in the Camden Classic on Friday.

Jared Carroll (99), Jon Crast (132), Daniel Smith (170), Logan LaFlamme (182) and Ryan Charlebois (195) won their respective weight classes. Four other Spartans made it to the finals.

South Jefferson finished six points ahead of Webester Schroeder of Rochester. South Lewis finished 16th in the 17 team field.

HOCKEY

Massena 2, Queensbury 0

Connor Paquin stopped all 20 shots he faced as the Massena hockey team blanked Queensbury to win the Salmon River tournament in Fort Covington.

In the consolation game, Kenmore East defeated Salmon River 5-0.

CINCERO-NORTH SYRACUSE 9, Potsdam 2

Josh Locey and Jason Cardinell recorded first period goals for the Sandstoners but a seven-goal second period vaulted Cicero-North Syracuse to the victory at the Canton Tournament.

Williamsville East 3, Canton 2

Tanner Sanderson scored two second period goals for Canton, but Hunter Dee’s goal 58 second into the third period lifted Williamsville East to the victory in the Canton Tournament.

MALONE 6, TUPPER LAKE 2

Eighth grader Tyler Head scored his first career goal with 7:11 remaining to help the Huskies pull away from a one-goal lead in a Northern Athletic Conference game in the Tupper Lake.

Jae Hennig led the Huskies (4-0, 3-0) with one goal and two assists. Cory Daniels delivered one goal and one assist, Kelsey Head and Sean Mulverhill each set up two goals, and Tler Cooley, Tanner Studlack and Tucker Bartenschalger each netted goals. Goalie Joey Brown made 17 saves.

Bryce Guerrette and Jon Kopt scored for Tupper Lake.

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