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High school roundup: Fazio, Amell lead General Brown to victory

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TULLY — Bryanna Fazio totaled 11 points, including scoring six goals, to propel General Brown’s girls lacrosse team past Tully, 20-13, on Saturday in a nonleague game.

Emily Amell scored five goals and assisted on four others for the Lions (5-2), and Cayla O’Connor and Hannah Pebbles each scored four goals.

Goalie Katelyn Longamore made 10 saves for General Brown. Jill Primicias assisted on three goals.

Kristyn Drake scored four goals for the Black Knights (1-4).

CARTHAGE 13, AUBURN 7

Braelie Kempney scored four goals to spark the Comets to victory in the title game of the Central Square Tournament.

Mackenzie Kidder and Carly Sullivan each contributed two goals and two assists for Carthage (5-2), and Mia Darroch and Hannah Millich each scored two goals.

Doria Darroch chipped in with a goal and two assists for the Comets, who built an 8-2 advantage by halftime.

Lacy Netti scored two goals to lead the Maroons (2-4).

BOYS LACROSSE

PENN YAN 18, CARTHAGE 4

Rion Davison totaled eight points, including seven goals, as the Mustangs cruised past the Comets in a nonleague game at Penn Yan.

Sam Dirisio scored three goals for the Mustangs (5-0), and Sam Emerson, Austin Fingar and Jarrett Voigt each tallied two goals and two assists.

Four different players scored a goal each for Carthage (5-1), which travels to face Christian Brothers Academy (N.J.) at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at 4 p.m. on Tuesday in Kissimmee, Fla.

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