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Frontier League roundup: IHC boys lacrosse trounces Carthage, 12-3

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Nick Koelmel totaled six points, including three goals, and Immaculate Heart Central went on to upend Carthage, 12-3, on Tuesday in an “A” Division game in Frontier League boys lacrosse.

The Cavaliers (5-4, 5-2), who forged their way with a dominant possession game as Jared Pignone won 12 of 15 faceoffs, shut down the previous first-place Comets, who were limited to single goals in the first, third and fourth quarters.

Goaltender Dan Grant finished with four saves and allowed three goals for IHC, which handed Carthage (6-3, 6-1) its first league loss since 2012.

“Jared dominated on faceoffs and Jordan Trudeau did a great job on the wing with winning ground balls,” IHC coach Denny Patrick said. “Sometimes a good defense is a good offense.”

“We’ve really started to play well as a team over the past six days,” Patrick added. “We’re starting to play tough lacrosse and really put together a full 48 minutes tonight.”

Pat Gefell scored three goals for the Cavaliers, and Cole Carpenter and Matt Guyette each contributed a goal and two assists.

Josh Yelvington scored two goals to pace the Comets, and Bryan Peloquin tallied two goals and an assist.

IHC also snapped Carthage’s 20-game winning streak in the league. The Cavaliers had halted the Comets’ 69-game league winning streak two seasons ago with a 7-4 victory at Carthage.

WATERTOWN 16, INDIAN RIVER 5

Brad McKinney scored seven goals and added three assists as the Cyclones breezed past the Warriors in an “A” Division game at Philadelphia.

Noah Taylor totaled two goals and five assists, while Austin Gibson made eight saves for Watertown (8-2, 7-1), which moved into first place in the division by one-half game over Carthage. The Cyclones play at Carthage at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Eric Soderquist chipped in a goal and four assists.

Connor Brown notched a hat trick for Indian River (2-8, 1-7).

GENERAL BROWN 21, LOWVILLE 4

Cole Johnson totaled nine points, including seven assists, and Jake Purvis scored five goals and assisted on three others as the Lions rolled to victory in a “B” Division game in Lowville.

Ryan Lamon scored five goals for General Brown (6-5, 5-3), Ben Hanson contributed three goals and an assist, and Kyle O’Connor scored three goals.

Robbie Campany scored three goals to pace the Red Raiders (1-8, 0-7).

SOFTBALL

SOUTH JEFFERSON 10, BEAVER RIVER 0 (5)

Brianna LaFelsh tripled in three runs to spark a nine-run third inning for the visiting Spartans, who went on to win an interdivisional game that was shortened to five innings because of rain.

Winning pitcher Heather Williams singled twice and drove in three runs for South Jefferson (4-0) and limited the Beavers (2-5) to a pair of singles.

SANDY CREEK 10, LOWVILLE 1 (5)

Michaela Martin pitched a five-inning two-hitter for the Comets in a crossover game at Lowville called after five innings because of rain.

Martin also had a hit and drove in two runs for Sandy Creek (6-0). Lowville fell to 1-6.

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