LOWVILLE Darien Frederick captured third place in the diving competition on Saturday to help Thousand Islands secure the Frontier League B Division Championship in girls swimming.
The Vikings, who finished with 385 points, led the competition following the completion of the swimming events on Oct. 20 at Adirondack in Boonville.
Catherine Borgstrom won the diving to help Cooperstown (358 points) earn second place out of eight teams. Megan Denise was the second-place diver for third-place Lowville (304).
Frederick also contributed to the first-place 200-yard freestyle relay for Thousand Islands during the swimmng portion of the competition last week.
CYCLONES ESCAPE WITH TITLE
Watertown High School capped an impressive regular season as it squeaked by Whitesboro by just six points to capture the Frontier League A Division title, following the results of Saturdays diving meet at Holland Patent.
Watertown led the competition by 26 points over second-place Whitesboro after the swimming events were contested on Oct. 20 at Rome Free Academy. Whitesboros Emily Deck easily won the diving with a pool-record and state-qualifying score of 457.00 to help close the gap.
Watertown finished with 488 points, while Whitesboro tallied 482. Holland Patent (281) took third, while South Jefferson and RFA tied for fourth with 221. Watertown (10-1 overall, 10-0 league) also earned the regular-season A Division title.
SKANEATELES 1, SOUTH JEFFERSON 0
Austin Amory scored with six minutes remaining during a scramble in front of the goal to lift the third-seeded Lakers to a Section 3 Class B quarterfinal victory over the No. 6 Spartans at Skaneateles.
Erik Pola made six saves for Skaneateles (12-3-2), which will play No. 2 Cazenovia in the semifinals.
Goalie William Beese stopped 16 shots for South Jefferson (10-6-2).
MADRID-WADDINGTON 2, PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 0
The Yellow Jackets scored one goal in each half to shut out Parishville-Hopkinton (8-6-1, 7-4-1) in a Northern Athletic Conference East Division game Saturday.
Richard Wright scored first for Madrid-Waddington (9-5-2, 9-3-1) in the 12th minute and Terry Crump scored early in the second half.
CHATEAUGAY 5, COLTON-PIERREPONT 0
Alexis Beach scored two goals to help the Bulldogs defeat Colton-Pierrepont (4-11-1, 2-4) in an East Division game in Chateaugay.
Courtney Boyea, Makayla Fleury and Hannay Cook also scored for Chateaugay (15-0, 5-0).
TUPPER LAKE 3, ST. LAWRENCE 2
Lindsey Maroun scored with seven minutes left to lead the Lumberjacks (7-6, 3-4) past St. Lawrence in a North Division game in Tupper Lake.
Katie Stuart and Skyler Trivieri also scored for Tupper Lake. Morgan Villnave and Lindsey Thayer scored for the Larries (1-12-1, 1-7).
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Tyler, Hall victorious
Alex Hall took first place in the Varsity 2 race, helping Beaver River to the team title, and Nick Tyler won the Varsity 1 race for South Jefferson, at the Adirondack Invitational in Boonville.
Beaver River placed four runners in the top 10 as it dominated the 12-team field with 35 points. Nathan Cobb placed third, and Dustin Neddo took eighth and Travis Edwards 10th for the Beavers.
South Lewis placed fifth in the Varsity 2 race. Sam Benzing finished seventh individually.
In the Varsity 1 race, South Jefferson placed fifth as host Adirondack won the team competition. Gouverneur was eighth and Carthage ninth.
Nick Anderson took 10th place for Carthage overall.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
CAMPANIAN, FALCONS WIN
Victoria Campanian finished first overall in the Varsity 2 race to pace South Lewis to the team title at the Adirondack Invitational in Boonville.
The Falcons Chiristina Platt was second overall. Sierra Corbett finished ninth for South Lewis.
Beaver River was third in the team standings, as South Lewis recorded 35 points, Sauquoit Valley 42 and Beaver River 87.
Victoria Rollin finished third overall for Beaver River, and Reganne Smith was 10th.
In the Varsity 1 race, South Jefferson placed fifth overall, and Immaculate Heart Centrals Gabby Thompson finished third individually.
Brooke Lalone took 11th place to pace South Jefferson.