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High school roundup: Larries’ Thayer sparkles on pitching mound

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HERKIMER — St. Lawrence senior Lindsay Thayer pitched a pair of gems as the Larries captured two shutout wins at the Mudville Softball Tournament Saturday in Herkimer.

St. Lawrence claimed a 6-0 win over Watertown and a 2-0 victory over Elmira Heights to improve to 7-0 on the season.

Against Watertown, Thayer struck out 13 and allowed a hit. She struck out 12 in a three-hit shutout against Elmira Heights.

Thayer also went 2-for-3 with a double and two RBI against Watertown. Haleigh Agans belted a two-run home run and singled twice in the victory over the Cyclones.

BULLDOGS capture A PAIR

Paige McCormick earned team MVP honors as Heuvelton won a pair of games at the Mudville Tournament.

The Bulldogs beat Ticonderoga, 9-4, then defeated Mikeel Staten Island Tech, 15-2.

McCormick pitched a seven hitter and collected four hits and two RBI in the game one win for Heuvelton (7-0). In game two, she lined three singles and drilled a triple with three RBI.

COPENHAGEN WINS TWO

Sisters Brooke and Maci Spaulding each pitched Copenhagen (7-0) to a victory at the Mudville Tournament.

Brooke Spaulding tossed a complete game, and went 2-for-4 with a double and two RBI to lead Copenhagen to a 9-4 win over Lansing. Alicia Evans doubled, singled and knocked in three runs.

Maci Spaulding struck out 12 to lead Copenhagen to an 11-2 win over Cherry Valley-Springfield in the second game. Hope Woodruff drove in three runs and Drew Baker knocked in a pair for the Golden Knights.

RED KNIGHTS SPLIT AT MUDVILLE

Amber Klock struck out eight in a complete game two-hitter, and went 2-for-3 with a pair of doubles to help the Red Knights beat Cherry Valley-Springfield, 9-1, in their first game at the Mudville Tournament. LaFargeville lost its second game to Lansing, 3-2, in eight innings.

Mackenzie Hilts and Courtney Davis each drove in two runs on two hits in the first game for the Red Knights (4-2).

Logan Labiendo singled in a run to put LaFargeville up 2-1 in the top of the eighth in game two, but Lansing scored twice in the bottom of the inning for the victory.

MASSENA SWEPT IN LAKE PLACID

The Red Raiders fell to Plattsburgh, 7-4, and Saranac Central, 3-2, at the Lake Placid Tournament.

Billy Dillabough doubled to lead an 11-hit effort for Massena against Plattsburgh.

SACKETS HARBOR 12, BELLEVILLE HENDERSON 1

Alexis Filley pitched a complete game two-hitter, and smashed a bases-clearing double with two outs in the fifth inning to propel the Patriots past the Panthers in a Frontier League “D” Division game at Sackets Harbor.

Filley finished 4-for-5 and drove in five runs for Sackets Harbor (1-6). Diana Dotson went 4-for-5 for the Patriots. Zoe Stuckey doubled for Belleville Henderson (0-5).

BASEBALL

BEAVER RIVER 6, SOUTH JEFFERSON 0

Christian Widrick struck out seven in a three-hit shutout to lift the Beavers to a crossover win over the Spartans (3-4) in Lowville.

Troy Purcell doubled twice for Beaver River (6-2).

BEAVER RIVER 11, LOWVILLE 5

Daniel Erker doubled and singled as the Beavers scored six runs in the seventh to claim a crossover win.

Brett Neddo struck out six in four innings, and winner Christian Widrick pitched two no-hit, relief innings for Beaver River (6-2).

BOYS LACROSSE

WATERTOWN 16, LOWVILLE 2

Eric Soderquist supplied seven points, including three goals, leading the Cyclones to an interdivision win over the host Red Raiders (1-10, 0-9).

Bradley McKinney added three goals and three assists for Watertown (9-3, 8-2). Marcus Lavarnway dished out four assists and Anthony Donato scored three goals for the Cyclones.

CBA 14, CARTHAGE 9

Braedon Gait and Jack Zerillo each produced five goals and an assist as the Brothers beat the Comets in a nonleague game at Carthage.

Andrew Koscs made 18 saves for CBA (9-3). Paul Bracy got a hat trick for Carthage (7-4).

CANTON 13, SARANAC LAKE 4

Garrett Glasglow provided two goals and three assists as the Bears won a nonleague game at Saranac Lake.

Josh Facey scored two goals and an assist, and Josh Huaitt added two goals for Canton (8-1).

HORSEHEADS 12, MASSENA 10

The Red Raiders committed three costly penalties in the fourth quarter to help Horseheads’ rally from an 8-6 deficit in a nonleague game.

Rhodes Tarbell scored four goals to lead Massena (5-4).

GIRLS LACROSSE

WATERTOWN 18, MASSENA 4

Olivia Miles generated five goals and three assists as the host Cyclones won a nonleague game.

Jill Girardi collected seven points, including five assists, and Courtney Gebo netted three goals and three assists for Watertown (10-2).

Mimi Lazore scored twice for Massena (5-3).

BOYS TRACK AND FIELD

LITTLE EXCELS FOR COMETS

Malik Little captured the 200-meter dash, took second in the 100, and anchored the fourth-place 400 relay to help lead Carthage at the Chittenango Invitational.

Carthage scored 54 points to place fifth, while Fayetteville-Manlius earned the team title with 149 points. Watertown was 11th.

Denzel Dixon took third in the long jump, sixth in the 100 and ran on the 400 relay for Carthage. Matthew Olney won the pentathlon for Watertown.

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