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High school girls soccer: Watertown clinches division; Lyme rolls to victory

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CARTHAGE — Watertown’s girls soccer team worked efficiently Wednesday night, scoring three goals on as many shots against Carthage to secure another division championship.

Olivia Miles scored twice within the first nine minutes and goalkeeper Katie Aldrich made 15 saves as the Cyclones blanked the Comets, 3-0 to clinch the Frontier League’s “A” Division regular-season title.

Darcie Dyer also scored a goal for Watertown (6-4-3 overall, 6-3-2 league), which won the division crown in the regular season outright for the second time in three years. Last year, the Cyclones shared the title with Indian River.

“This is great for this group of girls because we didn’t get off to a great start this season,” Watertown coach Mike VanNostrand said. “But they kept working hard and practicing hard and they came back and earned this in a very competitive league.”

After Miles tallied her first goal in the 7th minute, with Abby Converse assisting, she scored on a 30-yard free kick in the ninth minute.

Dyer then scored with an unassisted effort in the 20th minute.

VanNostrand also credited Watertown’s defense in the victory.

“Katie made some big saves for us,” he said. “But Megan Burr helped us out by clearing away a ball which was near the goal line; that would have been a big goal for them in the first half.”

Becky Brandal finished with six saves for Carthage (7-6-1, 6-5-1).

In another “A” Division game, Immaculate Heart Central (4-7-2, 4-6-1) beat Indian River (5-8, 4-7) by 3-2 at IHC. No other details were reported.

SOUTH JEFFERSON 2, LOWVILLE 1 (OT)

Hayley Maguire scored the game-winning goal on an assist from Courtney Cavellier four minutes into overtime to send the Spartans to a “B” Division victory over the Red Raiders in Lowville.

The Maguire-Cavellier combination also connected to tie the game in the 74th minute for South Jefferson (10-1-2), which moved a step closer to clinching its second straight division title.

Erin Fayle scored for Lowville (8-3).

COPENHAGEN 6, SACKETS HARBOR 1

Claire Stackel generated two goals to break the Golden Knights’ single-season scoring record during a Frontier League “D” Division victory at Sackets Harbor.

Stackel has scored 36 goals this season. The previous record of 35 goals was set by Holli Sweredoski in 1992.

Stackel also assisted on a pair of goals by Maci Spaulding, and Alicia Evans produced two goals. Alexandra Greene and Morgan Moore each added an assist for Copenhagen (13-0).

Diana Dotson scored for Sackets Harbor (4-9).

LYME 8, BELLEVILLE HENDERSON 1

Yanna Ososkalo scored two goals and assisted on another to spark the Indians to a “D” Division victory in Chaumont.

Morgan Warren contributed a goal and two assists for Lyme (9-3-1). Enesa Ososkalo chipped in with three assists for the Indians.

Skyllar Morris scored the lone goal for the Panthers (2-11).

ALEXANDRIA 4, LAFARGEVILLE 1

Hannah Lynch scored twice to power the Purple Ghosts to a “D” Division victory over the host Red Knights.

Amanda Lingenfelter provided a goal and an assist, and Morgan Weaver made nine saves for Alexandria (3-8-1).

Mackenzie Hilts scored for LaFargeville (1-11).

THOUSAND ISLANDS 2, SANDY CREEK 0

Autumn Clement and Morgan Robbins each scored a goal in the second half as the Vikings blanked the Comets in a “C” Division game in Clayton.

Goalie Aliceson Cornaire made six saves to record the shutout for Thousand Islands (10-2).

Kylee Martin was credited with 13 saves for Sandy Creek (6-5-1)

BEAVER RIVER 0, SOUTH LEWIS 0

Goalie Miranda Rys made nine saves for the Falcons (3-6-3) and Mariah Abel recorded three saves for the Beavers (6-3-3) as the two teams played to a draw in a “C” Division game in Turin.

PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 13, ST. REGIS FALLS 1

Kodi Perkins tallied three goals and two assists as the Panthers routed the Saints (0-11, 0-9) in a Northern Athletic Conference East Division game in St. Regis Falls.

Brianna Hayes, Sophie Norman and Shay Guyette each scored twice for the Panthers (9-2, 6-2). Cassara Cole, Marissa Paradis, Kelsey Putnam and Megan Sullivan scored single goals.

Ashleigh River scored for the Saints.

CHATEAUGAY 4, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 0

A two-goal effort from Danielle Charland helped the Bulldogs knock off the Panthers (6-2-2, 5-2-2) in an East Division game in Brushton.

Katie Beach and Brianna Cook also scored for the Bulldogs (10-0-1, 9-0), and Hannah Cook produced three assists. Kennedy Boyea made two saves for the shutout.

BOYS SOCCER

MORRISTOWN 2, HEUVELTON 1

Ryan Vollmer scored from 25 yards out with six minutes left in overtime to give Morristown a victory over Heuvelton in a Northern Athletic Conference West Division game in Heuvelton.

Devin Dulmage scored in the 10th minute for Morristown (8-2 overall and division). Will Tennant tied the game for the Bulldogs (3-7-2, 2-6-2) with a goal in the 22nd minute.

GIRLS TENNIS

MARCELLUS 3, CARTHAGE 2

Haley Randall won at No. 1 singles and the Mustangs (11-3) won both doubles matches to edge the third-seeded Comets in a Class B sectional quarterfinal match at Carthage.

Jackie Williams and Meaghan Paige each won a singles match for Frontier League champion Carthage (12-1).

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

BEAVER RIVER SWEEPS

On Tuesday, Brett Neddo placed second overall and the 6-0 Beavers took every spot from five through ten to capture Frontier League victories over the Comets, 24-37, and the Warriors, 19-44, in Philadelphia.

Nick Anderson took first overall and led Carthage (3-1) to a 23-32 victory over Indian River (1-4).

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

BEAVERS FILL TOP SIX

On Tuesday, the Beavers captured the first six spots to beat the Comets, 15-47, and the Warriors, 15-45, in a Frontier League tri-meet at Philadelphia.

Indian River beat Carthage, 21-34.

Sierra Kempney and Taylor Moore tied for the top spot for Beaver River (6-0).

Alexis Smith placed seventh for Carthage (0-4) and Shannon Taylor finished eighth to lead the Warriors (2-3).



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