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High school roundup: Carthage clinches tie for league title

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CARTHAGE — Paul Bracy scored six goals and Bailey Wilkinson provided six points to power Carthage to an 11-9 victory over General Brown in a Frontier League interdivision boys lacrosse game Monday.

The Comets clinched at least a share of their 20th Frontier League championship and could win the title outright with a victory in their regular season finale against Immaculate Heart Central on Wednesday.

Wilkinson finished with three goals and three assists, and Tristan Hancock made eight saves for Carthage (10-4 overall, 10-1 league).

Jake Purvis scored three goals for General Brown (7-8, 6-5).

The game was a continuation of Friday’s matchup, which was suspended midway through the third quarter because of inclement weather.

WATERTOWN 14, SOUTH JEFFERSON 10

Brad McKinney finished with three goals and four assists, and Ryan Erickson won 18 of 22 face-offs to lead the Cyclones to an interdivision victory over the visiting Spartans.

Noah Taylor, Eric Soderquist and Mike Netto each added two goals for Watertown (13-3, 10-2).

Austin Robare scored three goals for South Jefferson (4-10, 3-7).

UTICA PROCTOR 11, LOWVILLE 6

Cameron Magnussen scored three goals to lead the Raiders (6-5) to a nonleague win over the Red Raiders in Lowville.

Robert Campany provided three goals and one assist for Lowville (2-13).

INDIAN RIVER 5, COLTON-PIERREPONT 4

Kaleb Loar notched 12 saves as the Warriors won a nonleague game over the Colts (0-12) in Philadelphia.

Logna Prudhomme scored three goals to go with two assists for Indian River (4-11).

GIRLS LACROSSE

INDIAN RIVER 11, HEUVELTON 10

Sarah Mattingly scored six goals as the Warriors nipped the Bulldogs in a nonleague game in Philadelphia.

Courtney Trudeau added two goals for Indian River (6-8).

Madelyn St. Pierre paced Heuvelton (7-7) with four goals.

CARTHAGE 15, MASSENA 3

Doria Darroch delivered three goals and two assists as the Comets captured a nonleague victory over the Red Raiders (8-4) in Carthage.

Mariana Ames scored four goals, while Carly Sullivan and Jacqueline Williams provided three points apiece for Carthage (10-5).

POTSDAM 13, CANTON 6

A five-goal game from Kalie Grant led the Sandstoners (10-3, 9-2) past the Golden Bears in a Northern Athletic Conference game at Canton.

Hannah Drechsel scored four goals and Nettie Rishe added three for Potsdam.

Tess Knight led Canton (7-3) with two goals and one assist.

OFA 15, SALMON RIVER 11

Danielle Guimond scored five goals to send the Blue Devils (4-8, 3-6) past the Shamrocks in Ogdensburg.

Jaiden Mitchell scored four times for Salmon River (2-8).

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