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High school roundup: Carthage upends General Brown in girls lacrosse

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CARTHAGE — Mia Darroch and Hannah Millich scored three goals apiece as Carthage cruised to a 14-8 Frontier League win over General Brown in girls lacrosse Thursday.

Doria Darroch, Carly Sullivan and Peyton Romig added two goals apiece for Carthage (9-5 overall, 4-5 league).

Bryanna Fazio scored five goals for General Brown (9-5, 6-3).

SOUTH JEFFERSON 14, IHC 5

Morgan Alexander recorded five goals and two assists as the Spartans beat the host Cavaliers in a Frontier League game in Watertown.

Clarissa Perry contributed three goals and Maddie Knapp had two goals and one assist for South Jefferson (10-2, 7-1).

Rachel O’Brien led IHC (5-9, 1-8) with two goals and one assist.

WATERTOWN 16, INDIAN RIVER 3

The Cyclones raced to a 10-2 halftime lead en route to an easy win at Philadelphia.

Olivia Miles led the WHS attack with four goals and one assist. Alyssa Barrett, Courtney Gebo and Jim Girardi each contrtibuted three goals for Watertown (12-2, 7-2).

Indian River fell to 4-7, 1-7.

BOYS LACROSSE

INDIAN RIVER 15, LOWVILLE 1

Connor Brown registered four goals and four assists during the Warriors’ Frontier League interdivision victory at Philadelphia.

Logan Prudhomme supplied six goals and two assists, and Tim Duncan scored three goals. Kaleb Loar made eight saves for Indian River (3-11, 2-9).

Robert Campany scored for Lowville (1-12, 0-11).

GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD

SPARTANS ARE LEAGUE LEADERS

Skylar Pastor claimed the 200- and 400-meter dashes and the high jump and anchored the first-place 1,600 relay as undefeated South Jefferson secured the Frontier League regular-season title with victories over Indian River, 94-47, and Sandy Creek, 124-16, during a league meet at Philadelphia.

Indian River defeated Sandy Creek, 93-34.

Jackie Miller won the 1,500 and 3,000 and ran on the fastest 3,200 relay for South Jefferson (7-0).

Doreen Adjei claimed the discus and finished second in the shot put, and Makayla Jones captured the 100 and was second in the 200 for Indian River (2-5).

Katie Austin took the 100 hurdles and placed second in the 100 for Sandy Creek (0-7).

GOLF

ARRIGO TIES SCHOOL RECORD

South Lewis junior Nick Arrigo shot a 2-under-par 35 to tie the school record during the Falcons’ 7-0 Frontier League “C” Division victory over Thousand Islands at the Turin Highlands Golf Course.

Tim Jedrich has held the school mark for 23 years.

JT Smith shot a 40 for South Lewis (4-1).

BASEBALL

WATERTOWN 11, GENERAL BROWN 5

Collin Jorden finished 3-for-5 and drove in two runs as the Cyclones beat the Lions in a crossover game played at Jefferson Community College.

Christian Jorden contributed a 2-for-4 day with two RBIs, and winning pitcher Chris Bristow also drove in two runs for Watertown (7-3, 5-1).

Sean Shepard and Thomas Gerstenschlager had two hits each for General Brown (3-7).

IHC 5, INDIAN RIVER 3

The Cavaliers made the msot out of just four hits to beat the Ewariors in an “A’’ Division game at the Alex T. Duffy Fairgrounds.

Jake Fusilli had a double and an RBI for Immaculate Heart Central (11-1, 8-0). Josh Navarra and Jude Fusilli combined for the win.

Evan Morine delivered a two-run double for Indian River (3-5, 2-5).

SANDY CREEK 12, LYME 2

Zach Brown and Josh Meislik each went 3-for-4 to help carry the Comets to a crossover win over the Indians in Sandy Creek.

Brown and Meislik also drove in a pair of runs apiece for Sandy Creek (5-6).

Tyler Davis and Troy Wilson both finished 2-for-3 for Lyme (0-7).

BEAVER RIVER 7, ALEXANDRIA 1

Troy Purcell homered and three pitchers combined on a two-hitter as the Beavers beat the Purple Ghosts in a crossover game at Alexandria Bay.

Dustin Neddo also contributed three singles for Beaver River (9-3). Daniel Erker, Kaelyn Ferguson and Erik Lyndaker did the pitching.

Alexandria fell to 2-6.

SOUTH LEWIS 14, LaFARGEVILLE 0

Lucas Kelly finished 2-for-3 with a triple and three RBI’s as the Falcons earned a crossover road shutout at LaFargeville.

Jake Vanbeber and Shawn Loomis each went 2-for-4 with a double and three RBIs for South Lewis (7-1). Nathan Pleskach pitched a complete-game five-hitter.

LaFargeville fell to 2-6.

SOFTBALL

INDIAN RIVER 8-4, IHC 7-5

Anna Garrabrant drove in a pair of runs and pitched a complete game to help the Cavaliers salvage a split of an “A” Division doubleheader with the Warriors (5-4) in Philadelphia.

Korine Clark drove in a run in each game for Immaculate Heart Central (8-1, 4-1).

The loss snapped Indian River’s winning streak against “A” Division opponents that lasted nearly three years. Its last loss to a divisional opponent was against IHC in the 2011 league title game.

CARTHAGE 4, WATERTOWN 2

Whitney Grover tripled and doubled as the Comets captured their first victory of the season in an “A” Division game against the visiting Cyclones.

Merissa Boshane drove in two runs with two hits and struck out four in a complete game for Carthage (1-10, 1-9).

Madalene Hashagen went 2-for-4 for Watertown (2-11, 1-7).

ALEXANDRIA 5, BEAVER RIVER 1

Mikaela Benny hit a solo home run to highlight the Purple Ghosts’ crossover victory over the Beavers in Alexandria Bay.

Taylor Hudon went 3-for-3 with a double and two RBIs for Alexandria (5-3).

Hailie Lehman doubled and Sidney Hawksley provided a pair of hits for Beaver River (3-7, 2-7).

SOUTH LEWIS 11, LAFARGEVILLE 6

Marissa Brown led the Falcons’ 20-hit attack, going 3-for-5 with a home run and two RBIs, during a crossover game at LaFargeville.

Audrey Emerson and Olivia Fitzgerald each added three hits and Brittany Swiernik had two hits and an RBI for South Lewis (5-3).

Amber Klock singled, doubled and tripled for the Red Knights (5-4, 4-3).

SANDY CREEK 11, LYME 0

Gabriella Guarasce went 2-for-4 with a double and three RBIs to lead the Comets to a crossover victory over the Indians in Sandy Creek.

Lindsey Redden went 2-for-2 and scored three runs for Sandy Creek (9-1).

Taylor Brown provided two hits for Lyme (2-5).






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