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Anderson's goal helps Panthers claim tie

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BELLEVILLE — Eli Anderson scored on an assist from Jared Arnold with five minutes remaining as the Belleville Henderson boys soccer team forged a tie with Copenhagen, 1-1, in a Frontier League "D" Division game Thursday.


It was the Panthers' annual game played under portable lights. Jake Fleury made 17 saves to assist Belleville Henderson (4-2-1).


David Hovendon opened the scoring in the 72nd minute, on an assist from Jake Spaulding, and goalie Paul Sawyer turned away nine shots for the Golden Knights (5-0-1).


SOUTH JEFFERSON 1,
IMMACULATE HEART 0


The Spartans outlasted the Cavaliers in a close league crossover game in Adams Center.


Spencer Parsons scored the game's only goal for South Jefferson (6-0, 4-0). IHC drops to 0-6, 0-4.


WATERTOWN 4, GENERAL BROWN 0


Brendan Arthur scored one goal and assisted on two others to lead the Cyclones past the Lions in an interdivision game at Dexter.


Eric Gefell contributed one goal and one assist, and Will Jaacks and Malcolm Lynch also scored for Watertown (4-2-1, 4-0-1). Goalie Tim Madden made only one save to record the shutout.


THOUSAND ISLANDS 5,
SACKETS HARBOR 0


The Vikings blanked the Patriots (3-3) at Sand Bay in a crossover game as Taylor Price-Kellogg scored two goals.


Jake Waterman, Keagan Rios and J. T. Moore also scored for Thousand Islands (3-3-1), and goalie Ben Lauraine made five saves to notch the shutout.


LYME 8, SANDY CREEK 0


Zach Piche notched three goals to help lead the Indians to an easy crossover win at Chaumont.


Josh Fraley and Cory Walker each scored twice and assisted on another goal for Lyme (6-0), while Devin Garrett added a goal and Jordan Jenkins finished with three assists. Goalie Tommy Barber earned the shutout with only two saves.


LAFARGEVILLE 3, SOUTH LEWIS 0


Garrett Cole generated three goals within the first 14 minutes of the second half to propel the Red Knights past the Falcons (0-7) in a crossover game at Turin.


Corey McKee supplied one assist, and Wayne Aldrich made four saves for LaFargeville (5-2).


ALEXANDRIA 2, BEAVER RIVER 1


Ian Kearns scored with two minutes left in regulation to propel the Purple Ghosts over the Beavers in a crossover game at Beaver Falls.


Shane Davis stopped nine shots for Alexandria (4-1-1). Beaver River dropped to 0-5.


GIRLS SWIMMING


WHITESBORO 104, WATERTOWN 80


Amanda Burleigh captured the 50 and 100 freestyle events to help pace the Warriors (4-0) to an "A" Division victory at SUNYIT.


Samantha Favret won the 200 free and 100 backstroke for the Cyclones (3-1).


HOLLAND PATENT 96,
THOUSAND ISLANDS 87


Madasyn Smith claimed the 200 individual medley and 100 backstroke to help pace the Golden Knights (3-1) to the interdivision victory at Clayton.


Brittin Van Osdel took the 50 and 100 free and anchored the first-place 200 medley relay for the Vikings (1-3).


CARTHAGE 98, BEAVER RIVER 77


Maggie Pogue, Emily Sauter and Ashley Peck each claimed two individual events as the Comets secured the interdivision victory during their first meet at Carthage's new 6-lane pool.


"It's nice to have the room," Carthage coach Nancy Mushtare said. "We have so many girls. It's nice to be able to swim them all."


Pogue claimed the 200 individual medley and 100 butterfly, Sauter took the 50 and 100 free, and Peck grabbed the 200 and 500 free for Carthage (5-0).


The Beavers are 2-4-1.


ADIRONDACK 105,
SOUTH JEFFERSON 71


Emily Washburn and Jensen Beale each broke a school record for their respective squads as the Wildcats topped the Spartans in an interdivision meet in Boonville.


Washburn broke the Adirondack (2-2-1) record in the girls 100 free with a time of 59.11 seconds.


Beale established the new record in the girls 100 backstroke with a time of 1 minute, 15.53 seconds for South Jefferson (0-7).

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