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High school roundup: Norwood-Norfolk boys defeat Canton in track

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NORWOOD — Travis Hall, Connor Levison and Deven Grant each won two events to lead the Norwood-Norfolk boys track and field team to a 156-79 victory over Canton (4-2) in a Northern Athletic Conference meet Wednesday.

Hall won the 400-meter run and the long jump for the Flyers (5-1). Levison won the 110 hurdles and the 400 hurdles, and Grant claimed the 1,600 and 800.

GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD

CANTON 168, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 141

Claire Olin, Maria Ricalton and Morgan Rosser each won three events as the Golden Bears defeated the Flyers (4-2) in Norwood.

Olin won the 100, 200 and long jump for Canton (6-0). Ricalton finished first in the 800, 1,500 and 3,000 and Rosser won the high jump, discus and triple jump. Lindsay Proulx added wins in the 100 hurdles and shot put for Canton.

GIRLS LACROSSE

MASSENA 15, SALMON RIVER 12

A four-goal effort from Jacelyn Lazore helped Massena (7-3, 6-1) defeat the Shamrocks in Fort Covington.

Mimi Lazore and Courtney Manley each scored three goals for Massena with Devin Kelly adding two. Trysten Burns also scored.

Chrissey Benedict led Salmon River (2-6) with five goals. Kiana Thompson scored four times and Tyra Thompson-Douglas added two goals. Jillian Benedict also scored for the Shamrocks.

BOYS LACROSSE

WATERTOWN 9, IHC 8

Noah Taylor scored the game-winning goal with one minute and one second remaining in overtime to lift Watertown to a victory over Immaculate Heart Central in a Frontier League “A” Division boys lacrosse game at IHC.

Eric Soderquist totaled five points, including four assists, to help pace the Cyclones, who improved to 11-3 overall and 9-2 in the league, and Brad McKinney scored four goals.

Goalie Austin Gibson made 13 saves to earn the win for Watertown and led “a great team defensive effort,” Watertown coach Brian Navarra said.

Taylor finished with two goals and an assist, and Marcus Lavarnway tallied a goal and three assists.

Nick Koelmel scored three goals and assisted on another for the Cavaliers (7-5, 6-3), and Cole Carpenter and Pat Gefell each contributed two goals and an assist.

CARTHAGE 19, LOWVILLE 0

Bailey Wilkinson totaled nine points, including scoring six goals, as the Comets cruised to a division crossover victory in Lowville.

Alex Mack and Alex Gillette each tallied two goals and two assists for Carthage (9-4, 9-1) and Jake Redmore scored a pair of goals.

Tristan Hancock (six saves) and Eric Rounds (one save) combined on the shutout against the Red Raiders (1-11, 0-10).

BOYS TRACK AND FIELD

WARRIORS STAY PERFECT

Shane Davis, Jakese Crockett and Shelton Williams each won two individual events to help the Warriors claim a pair of Frontier League victories in Philadelphia.

Indian River claimed a 119-14 victory over Sandy Creek and a 104-37 win over South Jefferson.

Davis won the 100 and 200 dashes, Crockett captured the triple jump and long jump, and Williams won the 1,600 run and the high jump for the Warriors (6-0).

South Jefferson (3-3) defeated Sandy Creek (0-4) by a score of 121-19.

SOUTH LEWIS 72, WATERTOWN 69

Ryan Teal won the 800-meter run and also ran on the winning 1,600 and 3,200 relays to pace the Falcons to victory in an interdivisional meet in Turin.

Matt Olney won the long jump, high jump and 110 high hurdles for Watertown (1-3), and Jaylaen Crockett won the 100 dash, the 200 dash and ran on the winning 400 relay.

CARTHAGE 91, BEAVER RIVER 49

Markus Fleming won the 400-meter dash and the high jump as the Comets (3-1) secured a Frontier League victory over the Beavers at Carthage.

Jared Fullin captured the 110 and 400 hurdles for Beaver River (3-3).


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