Krista Rounds, Ali Galer and Sarah Heaton each won a race and swam on the first-place 400-yard freestyle relay to help the Whitesboro girls capture the team swimming title at the Frontier League A Division Invitational at Watertown High School.
Whitesboro scored 279 points, while Watertown finished second with 255. South Jefferson (178) took third place.
Rounds was first in the 100 backstroke and second in the 50 free, while Galer took first in the 100 breaststroke and second in the 200 individual medley. Heaton claimed the 500 free and was third in the 200 free.
Julia Marilley and Brooke Peters swam on Watertowns two winning relays. Marilley was also third in the 100 butterfly and fourth in the 50 free, while Peters placed third in the 200 IM and fourth in the 500 free.
Victoria Olsen, Allison Medley, Emily Medley and Kaylee Cook added notable finishes for Watertown.
Hannah Markey placed second in the 100 free and third in the 50 free for South Jefferson.
Rachel Rodriquez finished second in both the 100 butterfly and 100 backstroke for Indian River.
Ashlynn Gilfillan of General Brown claimed the 50 free.
Mia Cote (200 free, 100 butterfly) was a double-winner for Glens Falls.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Pastor, Miller pace South JEff
Skylar Pastor and Jackie Miller each finished in the top 15 to pace South Jefferson to a third-place finish in the small school division of the Baldwinsville Cross Country Invitational.
Pastor, a junior, covered the 2.95-mile course in 19 minutes, 20.8 seconds to finish 11th, while Miller, a senior, took 13th place in 19:24.8. Teammates Ellie Brooks (20:03.2) and Amanda Lloyd (20:12.3) finished 21st and 25th, respectively, for the Spartans.
Kaitlyn Neal of Skaneateles won the race in 18:02.4 to pace her team to the championship.
Kaycie Saucier (18:36.4) took third place to pace Norwood-Norfolk to a sixth-place finish and teammates Hannah Gray (19:22.8) and Leah Livernois (19:50.7) finished 12 and 15th, respectively.
Sandy Creek finished 14th out of 25 teams, led by Freya Sergis (20:55.6), who finished 43rd.
Alexis Smith (20:58.8) and Allie Rios (21:09) finished 31st and 35th overall in the large school race for Carthage, which finished incomplete.
Katrina Patterson finished fifth to pace Clarence to the team title.
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
SPARTANS TAKE EIGHTH
Donald Cean (17:46.4) and Nate Tyler (17:47.4) placed 32nd and 33rd, respectively, to lead South Jefferson to an eighth-place finish in the Baldwinsville Invitationals small school division.
Patrick McGuane (16:26.5) finished fourth overall to pace Marcellus to the team title.
Kyle Fulk finished third overall to lead Norwood-Norfolk to a 13th-place showing.
Troi Wall (18:11.7) and Jesse Cornell (18:12.5) finished 44th and 45th, respectively, to lead Sandy Creek, which finished 23rd.
In the large school division, Nick Anderson (17:12.9) finished 48th and Issac Arroyo (17:38.4) was 56th as Carthage finished in 13th place.
Daniel Huben (15:10.1) finished first to pace Clarence to the team championship.
COPENHAGEN 9, BELLEVILLE HENDERSON 0
Brenden Jacobs scored two goals and assisted on three others to pace the first-place Golden Knights to a D Division win in Belleville.
Garrett Munden and Connor Eddy also scored two goals, while Antonio Figueroa contributed a goal and an assist for Copenhagen (8-0, 7-0).
LYME 5, BEAVER RIVER 2
Troy Wilson scored two goals and registered an assist as the Indians prevailed in a crossover game in Chaumont.
Tanner Wiley converted on a penalty kick and contributed an assist for Lyme (6-1), and Josh Kimball and Mark Parker also finished with one goal and one assist.
Christian Sanford made six saves for the Indians.
Dylan Terry scored twice for the Beavers (0-5) and goalie Deion Jones was credited with 17 saves.
INDIAN RIVER 9, SOUTH JEFFERSON 0
Erick Torres scored three goals and registered an assist and Tyler Cook recorded three goals as the Warriors blanked the Spartans in a crossover game in Philadelphia.
Junior Malinoski contributed a goal and an assist for Indian River (6-1), and Ty Godin assisted on a pair of goals. Hunter Mullican made five saves to record the shutout.
WATERTOWN 6, GENERAL BROWN 0
Tyrell Thomas scored a pair of goals and registered an assist as the Cyclones shut out the Lions in a crossover meeting at Watertown.
Marcus Lavarnway made nine saves for his first varsity shutout for Watertown (8-0).
Mina Rezkallah scored two goals for the Cyclones and Brad McKinney contributed two assists. Ryan Lamon made nine saves for General Brown (3-5).
MADRID-WADDINGTON 3, HAMMOND 0
T.J. Gagnon made four saves to help Madrid-Waddington get past Hammond (2-3-1 overall) in the title game of the Dan Rose Memorial Tournament at Madrid.
Kaden Pickering scored the first goal for the Yellowjackets (6-1) just moments after the opening kickoff. Tyler Robinson and Harrison VanBuren scored in the second half for Madrid-Waddington.
Will Tennant and Joe McDonnell scored goals in the first half to lead the Bulldogs (2-2-1) past Colton-Pierrepont in the consolation game of the Dan Rose Memorial Tournament.
Noah Whalen scored for the Colts (1-5-1).
CANTON 7, ST. LAWRENCE 0
Cody Moore scored three goals to lead Canton past the Larries (1-4) in a nonleague contest among Northern Athletic Conference teams in Brasher Falls.
Tanner Sanderson scored one goal with two assists for Canton (5-1) and Jake Facey added one goal and one assist. Francesco Palumbo and Jacob Oatman also scored. Scott Wight made eight saves for the shutout.
MASSENA 3, INDIAN RIVER 1
Istha Porter scored three goals to pace the Red Raiders (2-4) to a nonleague win in Philadelphia.
Massenas Marisa Brockway made nine saves.
Erin Hesse scored the lone goal for the Warriors (3-5), and Ashlynn Borce finished with nine saves.
HAMMOND 1, TUPPER LAKE 0
Courtney Bova scored in the first half to lead Hammond past Tupper Lake (3-4) in the championship game of the Dan Rose Memorial Tournament in Madrid.
Cassi Whalen made 12 saves for the Red Devils (5-1).
LISBON 0 (OT)
Marlina Bush made 11 saves to help the Yellowjackets (1-3-1) to a tie with Lisbon in the consolation game of the Dan Rose Memorial Tournament.
Jackie Sovie made eight saves for Lisbon (4-1-2).