WATERTOWN Katie Pitkin threw a five-inning no-hitter and her younger sister, Rhea, followed it with a two-hitter to lead General Brown to a crossover doubleheader sweep of Watertown (1-3).
General Brown won the first game 6-0 and the second 9-1.
Pitkin struck out 13 batters in game one for General Brown (3-1). Rhea Pitkin struck out nine, and went 3-for-3 with a double, in the second game.
Deleha Decker went 4-for-6 with a double in the two games combined for the Lions.
SANDY CREEK 14, BEAVER RIVER 0
Freshman Jasmyn Williams went 4-for-5 and scored four runs while eighth-grader Carley Stoker drove in four runs on two hits, leading the Comets to a C Division victory over the Beavers (2-3) at Beaver Falls.
Michaela Martin struck out seven and surrendered four hits in a complete game shutout for Sandy Creek (5-0). Gabriella Guarasce finished 3-for-6 with two RBIs.
LOWVILLE 11-2, INDIAN RIVER 9-3
Catherine Lyndaker drove in two runs on two hits to help spark the Red Raiders to a crossover victory during the first game of a doubleheader at Lowville.
Kammikia Barnes was 3-for-3 with a triple and four runs scored for Indian River.
In the second game, India Leddy smacked a base hit to right field to knock in the winning run in the bottom of the eighth inning for Indian River (2-2).
Mckailey Lyndaker finished with two hits in game 2 for Lowville (1-4).
GENERAL BROWN 11, CARTHAGE 8
Alex Carpenters two-RBI double in an eight-run third inning helped the Lions gain a crossover win in Dexter.
Mark Corey went 2-for-3 with two RBIs for General Brown (3-2).
Dylan James singled three times for Carthage (0-5, 0-4).
INDIAN RIVER 13, LOWVILLE 6
Gary Ruckman doubled twice to lead the Warriors to a crossover win over the host Red Raiders in the first game of a doubleheader.
William Eichner doubled and Dylan Gonzalez pitched five innings to pick up the win for Indian River (1-3).
Lowville won the second game but no additional details were provided.
BEAVER RIVER 13, SANDY CREEK 0
Christian Widrick fired a no-hitter with seven strikeouts to lead the Beavers to a C Division victory over the Comets (3-4) in Lowville.
Kaelyn Ferguson doubled twice to go with a single, and Daniel Erker drove in four runs for Beaver River (3-2).
SACKETS HARBOR 8-13, ALEXANDRIA 3-3
Colton Belcher tossed a two-hitter and went 3-for-3 with a double as the Patriots swept a D Division doubleheader Friday in Alexandria.
Dakota Brown tripled and drove in three runs in a darkness-shortened nightcap for Sackets Harbor (3-1). The second game lasted only three innings.
IHC 17, LOWVILLE 0
Cole Carpenter totaled three goals and five assists as the host Cavaliers secured a Frontier League crossover victory.
Pat Gefell and Jordan Trudeau each tallied three goals and an assist for Immaculate Heart Central (3-4, 2-2).
HOMER 12, CARTHAGE 11 (OT)
Chris Brown scored a pair of goals, including the deciding goal 22 seconds into overtime, as the Trojans gained a nonleague victory at Homer.
Dean Riley scored four goals to pace Homer (7-3), and Jake Gray tallied two goals and three assists. Anthony Basile added two goals for the Trojans.
Josh Yelvington scored five goals to lead Carthage, and Paul Bracy contributed three goals and two assists.
Tristan Hancock made 10 saves for the Comets.
OSWEGO 21, INDIAN RIVER 9
Ryan Martin fired in seven goals to propel the Buccaneers past the Warriors in a nonleague game in Oswego.
Mitch Schrader tallied two goals and assisted on four others for Oswego (4-5).
Logan Prudhomme (two goals, two assists) and Kyle Smith (one goal, three assists) each totaled four points for Indian River (2-7), and Connor Brown scored three goals.
CENTRAL SQUARE 8, SOUTH JEFFERSON 6
Zach Dempsey scored four goals to lead the Hawks (2-6) to a nonleague victory over the Spartans in Adams.
Austin Robare and Benner Geurtsen scored two goals apiece for South Jefferson (2-6).
GENERAL BROWN 9, CAZENOVIA 7
Hannah Peebles registered three goals and two assists as the Lions earned a nonleague victory in Cazenovia.
Katelyn Longamore made 13 saves for General Brown (7-3).
Dana Kiselica and Grace Milmoe each scored twice for Cazenovia (4-4).
WATERTOWN 14, LIVERPOOL 11
Morgan Girardi netted four goals as the host Cyclones won a nonleague game.
Olivia Miles contributed three goals and an assist for Watertown (7-1).
Kasi Cabrey scored six goals for Liverpool (3-7).
INDIAN RIVER 11, HEUVELTON 9
Brynne LaFaves three goals and two assists helped the Warriors hold the Bulldogs for a nonleague win in Heuvelton.
Sarah Mattingly chipped in with three goals, and Rachel Monica made 13 saves for Indian River (2-4).
GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD
PASTOR, LLOYD LEAD SPARTANS
Skylar Pastor took first place in the 400-meter dash, second in the 200 and third in the high jump to highlight South Jefferson results during the Skaneateles-Marcellus Invitational at Marcellus.
Amanda Lloyd finished second in the 2,000 steeplechase and third in the 3,000 for South Jefferson.
Emma Bonk won the 400 hurdles for Indian River, and Christina Platt took second in the pole vault for South Lewis.