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Martin's two goals carry Devils over Golden Bears

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OGDENSBURG — Chelsea Martin scored the game-winning goal with 2:20 left in the second overtime period to lead the Ogdensburg Free Academy girls lacrosse team to a 10-9 win over Canton in a Northern Athletic Conference game Wednesday.

Martin finished with two goals for the Blue Devils (2-3 overall, 2-1 division). Molly Morrow, Alison Edwards and Kori Bresett also scored twice for OFA. Kaitlin Sheppard and Nicole Holmes added single goals.

Tiffany Hudson scored four goals to lead Canton (4-1, 2-1). Tressa Goolden scored three and Brooke Knight added two goals.

MASSENA 14, HEUVELTON 10

Erin Francis scored three goals with one assist to lead Massena (1-1) past the Bulldogs in an NAC game in Heuvelton. Emily Babcock also scored three goals for Massena. Paulina Behrens contributed two goals and two assists.

Kiley Buckshot, Megan Poupore, Nyssa Laclair, Dominique Valancius and Kristen Pyke added single goals for Massena.

Danielle Tani led Heuvelton (0-4) with four goals. Amy Hamilton added three goals and one assist for the Bulldogs. Lindsay Tennant scored two goals and Morgan Chambers also scored for Heuvelton.

POTSDAM 8, SARANAC LAKE 5

Monique Cornett and Kaycee Maguire each scored two goals with one assist for Potsdam (3-1) in a win over the Red Storm in an NAC contest in Saranac Lake.

Kanika Misra, Ali Fayette, Kiona Loran and Keeley Rice each added single goals for Potsdam. Shannon Muldowney led Saranac Lake (1-2, 1-1) with three goals. Elena Beideck and Kylie Sapone also scored for the Red Storm.

GENERAL BROWN 10, IHC 9 (OT)

Cody Kucharski's fourth goal lifted the Lions to an overtime victory in Frontier League play at IHC. Nichole Eamer provided the assist on the winning score.

Kucharski also buried a goal late in regulation to help General Brown (2-1, 1-1) force overtime. Taylor Purvis added two goals for the Lions.

Christine Wright had three goals and an assist for IHC (2-3, 0-2), while Hannah Connolly scored two.

S. JEFFERSON 18, INDIAN RIVER 4

Liz Algie buried four goals and assisted on two more as the Spartans raced to a win at Philadelphia.

Seven different players scored for South Jefferson (5-0, 2-0). Alyssa Scordo (three assists), Whitley Perry and Carly Vantassel each finished with three goals.

Kaitlin Brierton tallied three ponits (2 goals, 1 assist) for the Warriors (2-2, 0-2).

BASEBALL

WATERTOWN 16, INDIAN RIVER 4

Sean Scordo batted in three runs on two hits, including a two-run home run, and scored four runs as the Cyclones earned the Frontier League "A" Division victory at Philadelphia.

Will Jaacks went 3-for-3 with three doubles and two RBIs, and Adam McNulty finished 4-for-4 with an RBI and three runs. Tyler Patterson drove in four runs on two hits, including a three-run home run, and Steven Donato added three hits, including a double, and two RBIs for Watertown (6-1, 1-0).

Jordan Hunneyman finished with two hits, including a solo home run, for Indian River (0-2, 0-1).

BEAVER RIVER 13, LYME 5

Adam Moore smacked three doubles for the Beavers, who won a crossover game at Beaver Falls.

Beaver River (2-3, 2-1) scored at least a run in each inning, and Evan Lyndaker went 3-for-4 with a double and four RBIs.

Corey Walker had three hits for Lyme (1-2), and Justin Henderson provided a double.

SOFTBALL

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 8, ST. REGIS FALLS 2

Chenice Russell struck out 11 to lead the Panthers past St. Regis Falls (0-1) in an East Division game in Brushton.

Sandra Martin went 3-for-4, including a triple, and drove in a run for the Panthers (1-0). Aleesha LaBounty struck out seven for the Saints.

INDIAN RIVER 3, WATERTOWN 2

At Philadelphia, Rianna Jackson's RBI-single in the sixth proved to be the difference as the Warriors picked up a Frontier League "A" Division win.

It was Jackson's second run-scoring hit of the game, while Taylore Kelsey picked up the victory with six strikeouts and just one walk for Indian River (1-1, 1-2).

The Cyclones (0-3, 0-1) picked up two seventh-inning runs in their comeback effort.


Cappe powers Cyclones to season-opening wins

FRONTIER LEAGUE: Junior takes first in 3 events for Watertown

Tavian Cappe secured first place in three events to help lift Watertown to a season-opening Frontier League victories over Indian River, 75-66, and Beaver River, 84-47, in a boys track and field tri-meet Wednesday at Watertown High School.

The Warriors defeated the Beavers 99-42.

Cappe, a junior in his first season competing in track and field, captured the 100- and 200-meter dashes and the high jump.

The matchup between Watertown and Indian River was expected to be close, and the outcome came down to the last event, the triple jump, which was won by Watertown's Erroll Hooker.

"I don't want a rematch," Watertown coach Kevin Wood joked. "This was a good win for us. It should really give the kids a lot of confidence going forward."

Andre Green highlighted Indian River's performances with a school-record jump of 23 feet, 2 inches in the long jump. His feat was also the best recorded by any athlete at the Watertown track. Green added a victory in the 110 hurdles and contributed to the fastest 400 relay.

The Cyclones didn't capture a single relay, with Indian River also claiming the 1,600 relay and Beaver River claiming the 3,200 relay.

"We have never won a track meet (with Indian River) where we lost all three relays," Watertown coach Kevin Wood said. "You don't usually give up that many points and come out on top. Our field event guys really came through."

Watertown outscored Indian River 42-11 in the field events. Colter Castilleja won the shot put, Brock Williams the discus and Sterling Wood claimed the pole vault.

Matt Cheney took the 800 and 1,600 for the Beavers.

SPARTANS SWEEP OPENER

Curtis Wilson contributed to four wins to guide South Jefferson to victories over South Lewis, 82-59, and Carthage, 105-36, in their season-opening league tri-meet at Carthage.

The Falcons defeated the host team 95-46.

Wilson claimed the 100, 200 and 400 and the ran on the first-place 1,600 relay.

Dylan Peebles earned victories in the long jump and triple jump for South Lewis.

GIRLS LACROSSE

OFA 10, CANTON 9 (OT)

Chelsea Martin scored the game-winning goal with 2:20 left in the second overtime period to lead Ogdensburg Free Academy to victory over Canton in a Northern Athletic Conference game at Ogdensburg.

Martin finished with two goals for the Blue Devils (2-3 overall, 2-1 division). Molly Morrow, Alison Edwards and Kori Bresett also scored twice for OFA. Kaitlin Sheppard and Nicole Holmes added single goals.

Tiffany Hudson scored four goals to lead Canton (4-1, 2-1). Tressa Goolden scored three and Brooke Knight added two goals.

MASSENA 14, HEUVELTON 10

Erin Francis scored three goals with one assist to lead Massena (1-1) past the Bulldogs in an NAC game in Heuvelton. Emily Babcock also scored three goals for Massena. Paulina Behrens contributed two goals and two assists.

Kiley Buckshot, Megan Poupore, Nyssa Laclair, Dominique Valancius and Kristen Pyke added single goals for Massena.

Danielle Tani led Heuvelton (0-4) with four goals. Amy Hamilton added three goals and one assist for the Bulldogs. Lindsay Tennant scored two goals and Morgan Chambers also scored for Heuvelton.

POTSDAM 8, SARANAC LAKE 5

Monique Cornett and Kaycee Maguire each scored two goals with one assist for Potsdam (3-1) in a win over the Red Storm in an NAC contest in Saranac Lake.

Kanika Misra, Ali Fayette, Kiona Loran and Keeley Rice each added single goals for Potsdam. Shannon Muldowney led Saranac Lake (1-2, 1-1) with three goals. Elena Beideck and Kylie Sapone also scored for the Red Storm.

GENERAL BROWN 10, IHC 9 (OT)

Cody Kucharski's fourth goal lifted the Lions to an overtime victory in Frontier League play at IHC. Nichole Eamer provided the assist on the winning score.

Kucharski also buried a goal late in regulation to help General Brown (2-1, 1-1) force overtime. Taylor Purvis added two goals for the Lions.

Christine Wright had three goals and an assist for IHC (2-3, 0-2), while Hannah Connolly scored two.

S. JEFFERSON 18, INDIAN RIVER 4

Liz Algie buried four goals and assisted on two more as the Spartans raced to a win at Philadelphia.

Seven different players scored for South Jefferson (5-0, 2-0). Alyssa Scordo (three assists), Whitley Perry and Carly Vantassel each finished with three goals.

Kaitlin Brierton tallied three ponits (2 goals, 1 assist) for the Warriors (2-2, 0-2).

BASEBALL

WATERTOWN 16, INDIAN RIVER 4

Sean Scordo batted in three runs on two hits, including a two-run home run, and scored four runs as the Cyclones earned the Frontier League "A" Division victory at Philadelphia.

Will Jaacks went 3-for-3 with three doubles and two RBIs, and Adam McNulty finished 4-for-4 with an RBI and three runs. Tyler Patterson drove in four runs on two hits, including a three-run home run, and Steven Donato added three hits, including a double, and two RBIs for Watertown (6-1, 1-0).

Jordan Hunneyman finished with two hits, including a solo home run, for Indian River (0-2, 0-1).

BEAVER RIVER 13, LYME 5

Adam Moore smacked three doubles for the Beavers, who won a crossover game at Beaver Falls.

Beaver River (2-3, 2-1) scored at least a run in each inning, and Evan Lyndaker went 3-for-4 with a double and four RBIs.

Corey Walker had three hits for Lyme (1-2), and Justin Henderson provided a double.

SOFTBALL

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 8, ST. REGIS FALLS 2

Chenice Russell struck out 11 to lead the Panthers past St. Regis Falls (0-1) in an East Division game in Brushton.

Sandra Martin went 3-for-4, including a triple, and drove in a run for the Panthers (1-0). Aleesha LaBounty struck out seven for the Saints.

INDIAN RIVER 3, WATERTOWN 2

At Philadelphia, Rianna Jackson's RBI-single in the sixth proved to be the difference as the Warriors picked up a Frontier League "A" Division win.

It was Jackson's second run-scoring hit of the game, while Taylore Kelsey picked up the victory with six strikeouts and just one walk for Indian River (1-1, 1-2).

The Cyclones (0-3, 0-1) picked up two seventh-inning runs in their comeback effort.

BEAVER RIVER 14, LYME 4

Ashley Brouty picked up her first varsity win, striking out three, during a crossover game at Beaver Falls.

Jenna Hulbert finished 2-for-4, scored two runs and drove in another to help the Beavers improve to 3-0.

Katlyn Wright slapped three hits for Lyme (0-3), including a double.

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