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FL roundup: Pitkin tosses perfect game, strikes out 13 for Lions

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GLEN PARK — Katie Pitkin threw her first perfect game, while striking out 13, to lead the General Brown softball team to an 18-0 Frontier League interdivision victory over visiting Lowville on Tuesday.

Pitkin, who tossed two complete games on Monday, including a no-hitter versus Watertown, also finished 4-for-4 with a home run, a double and a run batted in.

Nikki Maier drove in two runs on four hits, and Rhea Pitkin supplied three hits, including a double, and three RBIs.

Deleha Decker added two hits, including a double, and two RBIs for General Brown (15-3 overall, 14-2 league), which is next scheduled to play Thursday at Sandy Creek.

Lowville fell to 5-10, 5-9.

SOUTH JEFFERSON 10, SOUTH LEWIS 2

Brooke LaLone went 4-for-4 with two RBIs as the Spartans secured a crossover victory at Turin.

Emily Eastham drove in three runs on three hits for South Jefferson (14-3, 14-2).

Jayne Strigle and Jaedyn Ossant each finished with two hits for South Lewis (12-4, 10-4).

A-P-W 11, THOUSAND ISLANDS 1

Becky Trexler socked a three-run triple as the Rebels beat the Vikings (7-7) in crossover play at Clayton.

Bobbi Hoffman went 2-for-4 with two RBIs for Altmar-Parish-Williamstown (13-4, 12-3).

SANDY CREEK 17, BEAVER RIVER 0

Karintha Myslivecek went 3-for-3 with a home run and three RBIs to lead the Comets past the Beavers in a “C” Division game at Beaver Falls.

Kylee Martin tripled, singled and drove in two runs for Sandy Creek (15-1, 14-1).

Chelsea Claflin allowed five hits in a complete-game shutout.

Heather Bush doubled and singled for Beaver River (5-10).

COPENHAGEN 33, BELLEVILLE HENDERSON 2

Liz Martin belted out six hits, including a triple, and gave up only one hit as the Golden Knights routed the Panthers (1-14) in a “D” Division game at Belleville.

Brooke Spaulding drove in five runs with a triple and a home run for Copenhagen (8-8, 6-8).

BASEBALL

WATERTOWN 17, IHC 3

Collin Jorden and Jared Bellinger drove in three runs apiece to lead the host Cyclones to an “A” Division triumph over the Cavaliers.

Ryan Bajjaly went 3-for-3 with a double and two RBIs and Nick Lavin finished 3-for-5 for Watertown (13-4, 11-1), which clinched its third straight regular-season division title on Monday.

Austyn Frechette provided two hits for Immaculate Heart Central (10-5, 8-4).

SOUTH LEWIS 19, SOUTH JEFFERSON 9

Shawn Loomis homered, tripled and scored five runs as the Falcons downed the Spartans in a crossover game in Turin.

Jake Vanbeber plated four runs for South Lewis (15-2, 14-2).

Brandon Cataldo, Cody Modlin and Jacob Perry each drove in two runs for South Jefferson (6-11, 5-11).

LOWVILLE 11, GENERAL BROWN 2

Jake McConnahay ripped four hits, including two doubles, and drove in five as the Red Raiders routed the Lions in crossover play at Dexter.

Curtis Lehman delivered a bases-clearing double in the second inning for Lowville (13-3).

Peter Will supplied both hits and an RBI for General Brown (4-13, 3-13).

THOUSAND ISLANDS 12, A-P-W 10

Reed Donnelly knocked in four runs on two hits, including a double, as the Vikings beat the Rebels in a crossover game at Clayton.

Cameron Robbins went 3-for-4 with a double and two RBIs, while Sam Ada singled three times and drove in a run for Thousand Islands (12-3, 11-3).

Ty Christian tripled twice for A-P-W (2-14).

BEAVER RIVER 17, ALEXANDRIA 3

Erik Lyndaker plated three runs as the Beavers routed the Purple Ghosts (4-11, 3-11) in a crossover game in Beaver Falls.

Christian Widrick ripped a two-run double for Beaver River (10-5, 10-4).

COPENHAGEN 7, BELLEVILLE HENDERSON 4

Antonio Figueroa went 3-for-5 with a double and a triple as the Golden Knights beat the Panthers in a “D” Division game at Belleville.

Jake Nadelen doubled a drove in a pair of runs for Copenhagen (9-5).

Tyler Bast slapped a double for Belleville Henderson (5-10).

BOYS LACROSSE

WATERTOWN 15, LOWVILLE 4

Kendall Vecchio accounted for three goals and two assists as the Cyclones finished the FL regular season with an interdivision victory over the Red Raiders at Watertown High School.

Noah Taylor generated four goals, while Austin Gibson (five) and Patrick Armstrong (four) combined for nine saves for Watertown (10-6, 8-4).

Matthew Bush contributed two goals and one assist for Lowville (2-14, 0-12).

GENERAL BROWN 12, SOUTH JEFFERSON 6

Jake Purvis’ six points, including four goals, guided the Lions past the Spartans in a “B” Division game in Dexter.

Colton Erb tallied three goals an assist, and Parker Smith made 10 saves for General Brown (11-5, 9-3).

Benner Geurtsen paced South Jefferson (4-12, 4-8) with three goals and two assists.

GIRLS LACROSSE

SOUTH JEFFERSON 16, INDIAN RIVER 4

Morgan and Madesyn Alexander scored five and three goals, respectively, as the Spartans captured a FL win over the Warriors in the regular-season finale for both teams.

Clarissa Perry added two goals and two assists for South Jefferson (14-2, 8-2).

Katie Brierton scored twice for Indian River (7-9, 1-9).

GENERAL BROWN 12, IHC 11

Byranna Fazio’s three goals helped the Lions rally past the Cavaliers for a Frontier League win in Dexter.

Emily Amell, Hannah Peebles and Cayla O’Connor each added two goals for General Brown (8-7, 5-5).

Kayla Miles generated nine points, including six assists, for Immaculate Heart Central (7-7, 3-7).

WATERTOWN 12, CARTHAGE 8

Bri Arthur scored six goals and added an assist to lead the host Cyclones to a FL victory over the Comets to close out the regular season.

Morgan Cadwell contributed two goals and two assists for Watertown (14-2, 10-0).

Carly Sullivan, Mackenzie Kidder and Doria Darroch each scored two goals for Carthage (4-10, 3-7).

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