MADRID — Will O'Bryan scored in the second overtime to catapult the Madrid-Waddington boys soccer team to the Dan Rose Memorial Tournament title with a 2-1 win over Heuvelton on Saturday.
David Putman scored in the 15th minute for the Bulldogs (3-4-2), but Brom Steinberg answered for the Yellow Jackets (4-3-2) in the 23rd.
Madrid-Waddington goalie Jordan Kendall, who made 14 saves, was the tournament's Most Valuable Player.
The Colts (6-4-1) scored on an own goal with two minutes remaining in regulation to win the consolation game of the Dan Rose Memorial Tournament.
Gavin Dominy scored Colton-Pierrepont's other goal.
Brady Hayden scored for the Eagles (3-5-1).
MASSENA 2, CANTON 1 (OT)
David Henrie scored twice, including the game-winner on a penalty kick in overtime, to lead the Red Raiders (9-1-1 overall, 6-1 division) in a Northern Athletic Conference Central Division game in Canton.
Colby Young scored for the Golden Bears (3-4, 3-2).
IMMACULATE HEART 2,
INDIAN RIVER 1
Brian Magovney scored 17 seconds into the game to help boost the host Cavaliers to their first victory of the season with a Frontier League "A" Division triumph at the Alex T. Duffy Fairgrounds.
Jeff Love added a goal in the second half, and Andrew Guyette and Carlos Smith supplied the assists. Goalie Cory Ward made five saves for IHC (1-8, 1-3).
Dylan Hesse scored, and goalie Rick Kneram made nine saves for the Warriors (1-6-1, 0-5-1).
WATERTOWN 1, CARTHAGE 1
Dan Towle netted a goal in the 71st minute to guide the Comets to an "A" Division tie at Watertown High School.
Chris Waterbury scored for Watertown (4-2-2, 4-0-2), while Tim Madden made five saves.
Robert Bach stopped 10 shots for the Comets (6-0-1, 3-0-1).
LOWVILLE 3, SOUTH JEFFERSON 0
Jeff Tabolt earned the shutout with three saves in a "B" Division game at Lowville, and the Red Raiders handed the Spartans their first loss of the season.
Kyle Curry and Keith Hardy notched first-half goals for the Red Raiders (3-1-2, 2-1-2), while Regan Seydler added a goal in the 68th minute.
South Jefferson is now 6-1, 4-1.
ALEXANDRIA 3, LYME 0
The Purple Ghosts recorded their first ever victory over Lyme, as Shane Davis turned in 15 saves in "D" Division action at Alexandria Bay.
Travis Martin and Nick Speach led Alexandria (5-1-1) to a two-goal halftime edge. Ian Kearns capped the scoring with a goal in the 46th minute.
It was also the first loss of the season for the Indians (6-1).
BELLEVILLE HENDERSON 3,
SACKETS HARBOR 2
Jared Arnold's unassisted score in the 78th minute lifted the Panthers to a "D" Division win at Belleville.
Gage LeClair and Alex Romeo each scored for the Patriots (3-4), as the teams traded goals.
Chris Leen added a goal and an assist, while Kyle Durham also scored for Belleville Henderson (5-2-1).
COPENHAGEN 2, LAFARGEVILLE 1
David Hovendon registered an unassisted goal midway through the second half to give visiting Copenhagen a "D" Division victory.
The Red Knights (5-3) took an early lead on a goal by Corey McKee. But Brandon Dicob tied it for Copenhagen (6-0-1) in the 64th minute. Hovendon provided the winner one minute later.
LaFargeville's Wayne Aldrich and Paul Sawyer of Copenhagen each finished with 16 saves.
BEAVER RIVER 2,
SANDY CREEK 1
Stephen Shambo and Antonio Camporeale tallied a goal apiece in the first half as the Beavers (1-5) held on for a "C" Division win in Beaver Falls.
The Comets dropped to 0-7.
HEUVELTON 2 (OT)
Jenna Cryderman scored two unassisted goals, including the game-winner in overtime, to lead the Yellow Jackets (5-2-1) past the Bulldogs in the championship game of the Dan Rose Memorial Tournament in Madrid.
Emily Hargrave also scored for the Yellow Jackets. Emilie Ross and Cheyenne Martin scored for Heuvelton (4-2-2).
LISBON 1, CLIFTON-FINE 1
Katie Donovan scored in the 74th minute to give the Eagles (4-3-2) a tie with the Golden Knights in the consolation game of the Dan Rose Memorial Tournament.
Lydia Putney scored on a direct kick for Lisbon (3-1-3).
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
BEAVERS THIRD AT INVITATIONAL
Junior Matt Cheney placed fifth out of 298 runners, pacing Beaver River's third-place showing in the E.J. Herrmann Invitational at Proctor Park in Utica.
Teammate Logan Kempney (8th) joined Cheney in the top 10, while Ryan Scanlon placed 18th for the Beavers, who had 178 points.
South Jefferson, which finished 13th in the team standings, was led by Josh Wilcox's 20th-place effort.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
CAMPANIAN PLACES NINTH
South Lewis freshman Victoria Campanian ran to a ninth-place finish overall at the E.J. Herrmann Invitational at Utica.
Beaver River led local schools with 343 points and finished 11th in the team standings, while Aimee Beaudette's 17th-place run helped Canton secure 13th place overall.
Leah Williams paced South Jefferson, which finished 22nd.
RED RAIDERS NAB "B" DIVISION TITLE
Katie O'Brien and Julia Guignard won at first and second singles, respectively, to help Lowville win the "B" Division tournament at Watertown High School.
Kelly Wormwood and Olivia Cornell won the first doubles title for Beaver River, which finished second overall. The duo of Andrea Peters and Abigail Cornell (second doubles) also won for the Beavers in the finals.
Caitlin Russell led Alexandria to a third place finish with a victory at third singles.
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Ashley Panowicz contributed wins in the 50 and 100 freestyle events and swam on the fastest 400 free relay as the Red Raiders (5-0) secured a Frontier League interdivision victory at Clayton.
Brittin VanOsdel (200 free) and Paige Garnsey (100 breaststroke) each claimed an event and contributed to a winning relay for the Vikings (1-4).