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ALEXANDRIA BAY — Jordan VanBrocklin struck for two goals during Alexandria’s 4-1 Frontier League “D” Division boys soccer victory over Belleville Henderson on Friday.

Ian Kearns and Nick Shangraw each supplied one goal and one assist, and Christopher Strough made six saves for Alexandria (7-1-1).

Brendan Moore scored from Tyler Bast for Belleville Henderson (0-10).

LYME 2, COPENHAGEN 1

Mark Parker’s goal off the post from a Caden Sanford cross in the 61st minute gave the Indians a crucial “D” Division win over the Golden Knights in Chaumont.

Parker also provided an assist on Sanford’s tying goal for Lyme (6-4-0), which now sits in third place, three points behind division leader Alexandria.

Antonio Figueroa scored for Copenhagen (6-1-1), which is two points out of first.

SACKETS HARBOR 4, LAFARGEVILLE 3

Ethan Dillabough paced the offense with two goals and an assist as the Patriots outlasted the Red Knights for a “D” Division win in Sackets Harbor.

Ryan Allen generated a goal and two assists for Sackets Harbor (4-4-2), which scored four goals against LaFargeville (2-6-1) for the second time this season.

Ethan Johnson bagged a pair of goals for the Red Knights.

INDIAN RIVER 3, GENERAL BROWN 1

Sophomore Tyler Cook scored the game-winner in the 72nd minute as the Warriors got a crossover win against the Lions in Dexter.

Junior Malinoski chipped in with a goal and an assist for Indian River (9-2, 8-1).

Aaron Parker netted the only goal for General Brown (3-8).

WATERTOWN 8, SANDY CREEK 0

Matt Olney scored twice as the Cyclones moved to within a point of first in the “A” Division as they blanked the Comets (0-9) for the crossover win at Sandy Creek.

Tim Peters helped out with a goal and two assists for Watertown (8-1-1, 8-0-1), which is one point behind Indian River.

GIRLS SWIMMING

SOUTH JEFFERSON 101, SOUTH LEWIS 77

Hannah Markey captured the 50- and 100-yard freestyle races and anchored two fastest relays to help lead the Spartans to a Frontier League interdivision victory over the Falcons (4-3, 3-3) on Thursday at Turin.

Leah Conners claimed the 200 and 500 freestyles and contributed to the fastest 400 free relay for South Jefferson (5-1).

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