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FL roundup: Miles scores against former team, leads WHS

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Playing against her former school, Olivia Miles didn’t disappoint on Friday night.

Miles finished off a cross from Livia Harrienger in the 64th minute as Watertown edged host Immaculate Heart Central, 1-0 in an “A” Division girls soccer game in the Frontier League.

Goalkeeper Katie Aldrich made five saves to register the shutout for the Cyclones (2-2-2, 2-1-1).

Watertown coach Mike VanNostrand credited Aldrich, as well as defenders Megan Burr, Nicole Gilbert, Meghan Hefferon and Sarah Miles, also a transfer from IHC, on the shutout “in a very emotional win.”

Skylar Short finished with six saves for the Cavaliers (1-2-2, 1-1-1).

SOUTH JEFFERSON 2, CARTHAGE 1

Courtney Cavellier’s goal in the 57th minute helped the Spartans rally past the Comets for a crossover win in Adams.

Hayley Maguire tallied in the 38th minute for South Jefferson (2-0-1).

Paige Kaune paced Carthage (2-2-1) with the game’s opening goal.

LOWVILLE 4, GENERAL BROWN 0

Isabelle Hanno scored twice, including the eventual game-winning goal just five minutes elapsed, and provided an assist as the Red Raiders blanked the Lions in a “B” Division encounter at Lowville.

Goalkeeper Alexis Bach made one save as Lowville (4-0) recorded its fourth straight shutout to open the season.

Moira Fayle and Emma St. Croix also netted goals for the Red Raiders.

Chelsea VanTassel made 14 saves for the Lions (0-5).

COPENHAGEN 4, LYME 1

Emma Roberts scored a pair of goals and assisted on another — all in the second half — as the Golden Knights outlasted the Indians in a “D” Division game in Copenhagen.

Brooke Spaulding opened the scoring with an unassisted goal in the 42nd minute for Copenhagen (5-0) and Roberts followed with the eventual game-winning tally 14 minutes later.

Roberts added an unassisted goal and with a corner kick set up Alicia Evans’s tally.

Mackenzie Wheeler made three saves for the Golden Knights.

Enesa Ososkalo scored an unassisted goal for Lyme (3-1), and Lauren Campbell finished with 10 saves.

SACKETS HARBOR 3, LAFARGEVILLE 0

McKenzie Martin assisted on her team’s first two goals as the Patriots rallied to net a “D” Division triumph at Sackets Harbor.

Trailing 1-0, Meghan Oram, Emma Mintz and Rainy Johannessen each followed with a goal for Sackets Harbor (2-3).

Lauren Harrienger made three saves for the Patriots.

Cortney Davis tallied a goal for the Red Knights (0-3), and goalie Destiny James finished with 18 saves.

ALEXANDRIA 3, BELLEVILLE HENDERSON 0

Amanda Lingenfelter tallied all three goals for the Purple Ghosts, who shut out the Panthers in “D” Division play at Belleville.

Morgan Weaver collected nine saves for Alexandria (2-2).

Karlie Maloney stopped 19 shots for Belleville Henderson (1-4).

GIRLS SWIMMING

CARTHAGE 103, INDIAN RIVER 82

Alyssa Kamide captured the 200- and 500-yard freestyle races and contributed to the first-place 400 free relay to help boost the Comets to a Frontier League “A” Division victory on Thursday at Philadelphia.

Gabbee Park (100 backstroke) and Kendra Bates (100 breaststroke) each won an event and swam on the winning 200 medley relay for Carthage (1-1).

Rachel Rodriquez claimed the 200 individual medley and 100 butterfly and was a part of the victorious 200 free relay for Indian River (0-2).

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