CANTON Alissa McCauley struck out nine to lead the Malone softball team to a 3-1 win over Canton in an Northern Athletic Conference Central Division game on Wednesday.
Morgan Fountain tripled twice for the Huskies (11-1 overall, 11-0 division) and drove in two runs.
Emma Rexford struck out 11 for the Golden Bears (6-6, 6-4).
CHATEAUGAY 19-6, ST. REGIS FALLS 0-5
Abby Barnes and Felicity Niles each produced two hits and Courtney Boyea threw a one-hitter in the opening game of an East Division doubleheader as the Bulldogs swept St. Regis Falls (1-13) in Chateaugay.
Boyea pitched part of the second game for Chateaugay (8-4) and finished with nine strikeouts.
Hannah Cook and Barnes each produced two hits in game two for the Bulldogs.
HEUVELTON 13, EDWARDs-KNOX 2
Logan Tallman singled three times to lead the Bulldogs past Edwards-Knox (8-6, 6-5) in a West Division game in Heuvelton.
Alexis Sawyer doubled and singled for Heuvelton (15-3, 13-0).
Shelby Williams, Abbey Basford and Rachel and Hannah Thornhill each produced two-hit games for Heuvelton.
MORRISTOWN 18, HARRISVILLE 3
Taylor Piercey threw a one-hitter to lead the Green Rockets past Harrisville (5-9, 5-7) in a West Division contest in Morristown.
Erica Fishell tripled and singled for Morristown (3-10).
LISBON 5, CLIFTON-FINE 4
Sam Gladle drove home Gabby Walker with the tying run and then scored the winning run on a passed ball in the bottom of the seventh inning to send the Golden Knights (10-3) past Clifton-Fine in a West Division game in Lisbon.
Gladle and Natalia Pitts both finished with two hits for Lisbon.
Ali Hitchman produced a two-hit game for the Eagles (2-11).
HAMMOND 9, HERMON-DEKALB 4
Mikayla Horton singled twice and drove in two runs and was the winning pitcher for Hammond in a West Division game against the Demons (3-12, 2-11) in DeKalb Junction.
Alyssa Crosby doubled and drove in two runs for Hammond (9-4).
MADRID-WADDINGTON 22, POTSDAM 8
Desiree Pryce doubled and singled, and Blair Cryderman struck out eight to lead Madrid-Waddington (7-10) past the Sandstoners in a nonleague game in Potsdam. Emily Mason doubled and singled for Potsdam (1-10).
HARRISVILLE 15, MORRISTOWN 6
Jared Dreythaler tripled, doubled and singled and drove in two runs to lead Harrisville (13-3, 11-2) past the Green Rockets in a West Division game in Morristown.
Chris Sullivan, Justin Hartle and Joey Butts each produced two hits for Harrisville.
Devin Dulmage homered twice for Morristown (9-4). Bobby Simmons, Dakota Marshall and Jake VanArnam singled twice.
HEUVELTON 10, EDWARDS-KNOX 0
Chris Powers struck out eight to lead the Bulldogs past Edwards-Knox (5-8, 5-6) in a West Division game in Heuvelton.
Cody Holland and Aiden Scagel each went 3-for-4 and drove in three runs for Heuvelton (13-0). Mike Martin went 2-for-3 for the Bulldogs, while Cody Rowe tallied two hits for Edwards-Knox.
CLIFTON-FINE 10, LISBON 4
Andrew Locke and Carl Twyman doubled and singled to lead Clifton-Fine (5-8) past the Golden Knights in a West Division game in Lisbon.
Dan Duprey produced three hits for Lisbon (3-10). Adam Kelley lined two hits for Lisbon.
HAMMOND 10, HERMON-DEKALB 6
Collin Martin struck out 15 to send Hammond (4-9) past the Demons in a West Division contest in DeKalb Junction.
Macaulay Snell homered and singled for the Demons (0-12).
POTSDAM 35, GOUVERNEUR 0
Ben Miller did not give up a hit until the seventh inning and struck out 14 to lead Potsdam past the Wildcats (3-9, 3-7) in a Central Division game in Gouverneur. Miller also homered and drove in three runs.
Trevor Keleher went 5-for-5, including a double and two triples, to lead Potsdam (11-2, 9-1).
Andrew Ace produced three hits for the Sandstoners. Shawn Clark and Brandon Noble each drove in four runs.
MALONE 10, CANTON 6
Shawn Mulverhill lined two hits and stole three bases to lead the Huskies (9-4, 7-3) past Canton (2-10) in a Central Division game in Malone.
MASSENA 22, SARANAC LAKE 5
Erin Francis scored five goals with four assists as Massena routed the Red Storm (5-6) to clinch at least a share of the NAC title in Saranac Lake.
Alisha Jacobs scored six goals for Massena (12-3, 10-1).
Dominique Valancius, Shannon Casey and Molly OConnell each scored two goals. Kaleigh Woodruff scored twice for the Red Storm.
CANTON 14, HEUVELTON 13
Tessa Knight and Melissa Boak each scored two goals to lead Canton (9-4, 8-4) past the Bulldogs in Heuvelton.
Olivia St. Pierre scored three goals for Heuvelton (3-11, 2-9) and Ashlyn Piercey added two goals.
OFA 19, SALMON RIVER 12
Kaitlin Sheppard scored four goals with six assists to send the Blue Devils past Salmon River (0-13, 0-12) in Fort Covington.
Mackenzie Bresett scored three goals with three assists and Mackenzie Comeau scored three goals for OFA (5-10, 5-6).
Nikki Holmes, Danielle Guimond, Sky Hoover and Nicole Hammond scored two goals each. Kyra Thompson led Salmon River with a five-goal game.
BOYS TRACK AND FIELD
MALONE 159 1/2, GOUVERNEUR 86 1/2
Malone produced four multi-event winners to defeat the Wildcats (8-1) in a dual meet in Gouverneur.
Harvey Smith won the 100-meter dash as well as the 400 for the Huskies (9-0).
Morgan Marlow won the 1,600 and 3,200, and Daniel Badgley finished first in the 110 hurdles and high jump. Duncan Marshall added wins in the shot put and discus.
BLUE DEVILS TAKE TWO
Alex Wood finished first in three events to lead OFA to a 130-88 win over Canton and a 151-41 victory over Clifton-Fine in a double-dual meet in Ogdensburg. Canton (3-6) defeated the Eagles 131-43.
Wood claimed the 100 as well as the 400 hurdles and 800 for OFA (8-1).
Dave Dobronsky won the shot put and discus for Clifton-Fine (0-9).
GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD
CANTON WINS TWICE
Clair Olin won the 100, 200 and long jump to lead Canton (8-1) to a 154-137 win over OFA and a 166-44 win over Clifton-Fine in a double-dual meet in Ogdensburg. OFA (3-5-1) defeated the Eagles, 197-51.
Lindsey Johnson led Clifton-Fine (0-9) with wins in the shot put and discus.
MALONE 207, GOUVERNEUR 122
Hannah Perry finished first in the 100, long jump and discus to lead Malone past the Wildcats (3-6) in a dual meet in Gouverneur.
Rebekkah Bond won the 400 hurdles and 1,500 for Huskies (8-1).