ALEXANDRIA BAY Jordan VanBrocklin struck for two goals during Alexandrias 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 Parkers 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 Sanfords 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.
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).