Matt Olney finished off a crossing pass from Kenny Schimpf in the 67th minute and host Watertown held off Immaculate Heart Central for a 1-0 Frontier League A Division boys soccer victory on Tuesday.
Goalkeeper Noah Taylor made five saves for the Cyclones (8-0-1, 9-1-1).
Watertown coach Todd Heckman also credited Watertown defenders Chris Jorden, Collin Jorden, Alex Nolan and Bayley Madden, along with Taylor, as instrumental in the win.
Jarrod Smith made seven saves for the Cavaliers (6-5, 5-5).
SOUTH JEFFERSON 2, CARTHAGE 1
Jordan Schloop tallied the deciding goal in the 27th minute and also contributed an assist as the Spartans edged the Comets in a crossover meeting in Carthage.
Goalie William Beese made seven saves to register the win for South Jefferson (5-5-1).
Luigi Manni also scored for the Spartans.
Denzel Dixon tallied a goal for Carthage (6-4, 5-4) and goalie Sebastian Fountain made eight saves.
INDIAN RIVER 8, SANDY CREEK 0
Junior Malinoksi and Erick Torres each scored two goals as the Warriors routed the Comets (0-10) in crossover play at Philadelphia.
Danny Angelo added pair of assists for Indian River (10-2, 9-1).
LOWVILLE 3, BEAVER RIVER 1
Noak Ahlberg scored two goals in the first half and assisted on another as the Red Raiders prevailed in a C Division game in Beaver Falls.
Kody Rosales also scored for Lowville (9-2-1, 9-1-1) and Wyatt Carpenter chipped in with two assists. Goalie Collin Farquhar made seven saves.
Cody Updike scored the lone goal for the Beavers (2-6-2).
THOUSAND ISLANDS 4, SOUTH LEWIS 0
Scott McKain scored the first three goals for the Vikings during a C Division win at Turin.
Nick Nevala also scored for Thousand Islands (6-3), and goalie Cameron Robbins made four saves to notch the shutout.
ALEXANDRIA 2, LYME 1
Jordan VanBrocklin scored the deciding goal in the 66th minute and had an assist as the Purple Ghosts edged the Indians in a D Division game in Alexandria Bay.
Goalkeeper Christopher Strough made 10 saves to secure the win for Alexandria (8-1-1). Mark Parker scored on a penalty kick for Lyme (6-5).
SACKETS HARBOR 7, BELLEVILLE HENDERSON 0
Vinny Augliano notched a hat trick as the Patriots rolled to a D Division win over the Panthers (0-11-0) in Belleville.
Ryan Allen had four assists for Sackets Harbor (5-4-2).
COPENHAGEN 8, LAFARGEVILLE 1
Brenden Jacobs connected on four first-half goals as the Golden Knights earned a D Division victory during a night game under portable lights at Copenhagen.
Antonio Figueroa supplied three goals and two assists, and Scott Hamblin also scored for Copenhagen (7-1-1).
Elijah Huntley scored for LaFargeville (2-7-1, 2-6-1).
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
TYLER PACES SOUTH JEFF
Nick Tyler of South Jefferson took first with an 18-minute, 14-second time to lead the Spartans to a sweep over South Lewis and Altmar-Parish-Williamstown in a triangular meet at Adams to remain perfect on the season.
The Spartans (6-0) beat the Falcons 21-40 and the Rebels. 15-50.
Sam Benzing took second as South Lewis (2-3) beat A-P-W, 20-36. Zach Mosher placed sixth for the Rebels (0-5).
BEAVER RIVER SWEEPS
The Beavers placed nine runners in the top 10 to cruise to victories over Sandy Creek and Watertown in a Frontier League meet.
Alex Hall (18:07), Dustin Neddo (18:11) and Nathan Cobb (18:14) comprised the top three slots for Beaver River, traversing Sandy Creeks 3.1-mile course.
The Beavers (6-0) defeated Sandy Creek (0-5) and Watertown (2-3) by identical 15-50 scores. Watertown bested Sandy Creek, 17-42.
CARTHAGE 24, INDIAN RIVER 32
Nick Andersons 17:53.95 time gave the Comets an A Division win over the Warriors in Carthage. Isaac Arroyo placed second for Carthage (3-2).
Xavier Ehresman was the top runner for Indian River (2-3).
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
BEAVERS WIN PAIR
Reganne Smith (21:34) and Tori Rollin (22:06) finished second and third, respectively, to lead Beaver River to FL victories over Sandy Creek and Watertown.
Gabby Thompson of Immaculate Heart Central won the race in 21:02 over Sandy Creeks 3.1-mile course.
In all, the Beavers (5-1) placed five runners in the top 10 in posting 19-36 triumphs over Sandy Creek (1-4) and Watertown (0-5). Rachel Yerden (22:33) took fourth to lead Sandy Creek past Watertown, 25-32.
CAMPANIAN, SPARTANS win
Skylar Pastor of South Jefferson earned second spot to pace their sweep of South Lewis and A-P-W at Adams.
Pastor had a time of 21:25 for the Spartans (6-0), who beat the Falcons 27-30 and the Rebels 15-50.
Victoria Campanian of South Lewis (4-1) won the race in 20:12 as it beat A-P-W (1-4) by a 16-41 score.
CARTHAGE 26, INDIAN RIVER 29
Kayleigh Willis was second as the Comets edged the Warriors for an A Division win in Carthage.
Willis ran in 23:14.54 for Carthage (2-3). Morgan Bernat was fourth.
Malia Wallace of Indian River (2-3) had a winning 22:08.22 time. Emerald Pfeffer placed third.
INDIAN RIVER 95, BEAVER RIVER 81
Bailey Muntz and Rachael Rodriquez each captured two events and swam on a first-place relay to help lead the Warriors to a Frontier League interdivision victory at Philadelphia.
Muntz won the 200- and 500-yard freestyles, while Rodriquez took the 100 butterfly and 100 backstroke for Indian River (1-6).
Heather Bush claimed the 50 and 100 free and contributed to a pair of winning relays for Beaver River (2-6, 1-6).
SOUTH JEFFERSON 107, THOUSAND ISLANDS 76
Hannah Markey claimed the 50 and 100 freestyles and anchored a first-place relay to lead the Spartans to a crossover victory at Adams.
Megan Scully captured the 100 breaststroke and contributed to a pair of winning relays for South Jefferson (6-1).
Darien Frederick won the 200 individual medley and diving for Thousand Islands (4-3).
CARTHAGE 100, LOWVILLE 83
Gabbee Park and Claire Sauter each won two events and contributed to a pair of winning relays to lead the Comets to an interdivision victory at Carthage.
Park captured the 200 IM and 100 backstroke, while Sauter took the 200 free and 100 butterfly. Desiree Hodge claimed the 50 free and swam on two fast relays for Carthage (5-2).
Kendal Lazarus (500 free) was among the winners for Lowville (1-6).
WATERTOWN 94, SOUTH LEWIS 82
Samantha Favret claimed the 200 IM and 100 fly and swam on two fastest relays to help power the Cyclones to an interdivision victory at Watertown High School.
Brittney Thesier won the 200 and 500 free and contributed to a first-place relay, while Bree Jefferds (100 free) and Julia Marilley (50 free) each captured an event and were a part of two fast relays for Watertown (7-1, 7-0).
Jenna Matuszczak won the diving for South Lewis (1-6).