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ADAMS — Clarissa Perry recorded six points, including four goals, to propel South Jefferson past Immaculate Heart Central, 12-6 on Friday in Frontier League girls lacrosse.

Maddie Knapp scored two goals and assisted on three others for the Spartans (5-1, 2-1). Morgan Alexander chipped in with two goals for South Jefferson. Stephanie Green, Madesyn Alexander, Sidney Hall and Hayley Maguire each scored a goal for the Spartans.

Goalie Courtney Zeigler made eight saves to notch the win for South Jefferson, which led 5-3 at halftime.

Kayla Miles scored two goals and assisted on two others for IHC (4-2, 1-2). Rachel O’Brien and Shelbi McIlroy each tallied two goals.

WATERTOWN 18, INDIAN RIVER 2

Brianne Arthur provided team highs with five goals and four assists as the host Cyclones cruised to a Frontier League victory over the Warriors (4-3, 0-3).

Morgan Cadwell and Alyssa Barrett scored three goals apiece and Morgan Exford added a pair for Watertown (3-0, 2-0).

GENERAL BROWN 9, CARTHAGE 8

Hannah Peebles scored four goals to go with two assists, helping the Lions hold off a late push from the Comets for the league victory in Carthage.

Bryanna Fazio scored a goal and dished out four assists. Cayla O’Connor finished with three goals and an assist for General Brown (3-2, 2-0), which was outscored 6-2 in the second half.

Doria Darroch led Carthage (1-3, 1-2) with a goal and three assists, while Mackenzie Kidder and Mariana Ames added two goals apiece.

BASEBALL

SOUTH LEWIS 16, BELLEVILLE HENDERSON 0 (5)

Lucas Kelly singled three times and drove in four runs to pace the Falcons to a crossover victory in Belleville in a game shortened to five innings by inclement weather.

Jason Martin tripled, singled and drove in two runs for South Lewis (3-1).

Dominic Ventura homered, Hunter Jones doubled and Cody Capron singled twice for the Falcons.

Winning pitcher Wyatt Marolf allowed only one hit in five innings of work for South Lewis against the Panthers (2-2).

TUPPER LAKE 8, PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 5

Tupper Lake overcame an early two-run deficit and defeated Parishville-Hopkinton in a Northern Athletic Conference East Division game in Parishville.

Mitch Keniston struck out 10 for Tupper Lake (1-1 overall and division). Marcus Richer, Kris Crouse and Anson Gagnier each had two hits for the Lumberjacks.

Mike Burns struck out 12 for the Panthers (0-1) and had two hits with two RBIs.

POTSDAM 11, MALONE 2

Ben Miller struck out nine to lead Potsdam past the Huskies (1-1) in a nonleague game in Malone.

The Sandstoners (3-0) took advantage of 16 walks, and Mark Maroney led the offense, going 2-for-4.

MASSENA 7, ST. LAWRENCE 6

Isaiah Dillabough drove in two runs with a single in the fourth inning to help pace the Red Raiders during a nonleague game in Massena.

Josh LaShomb was the winning pitcher in relief for Massena (1-2), giving up just one run in 3 2/3 innings.

SOFTBALL

PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 21, TUPPER LAKE 6

Cassara Cole, Betty Converse and Caitlin McGregory each produced three hits as the Panthers (3-0) defeated the Lumberjacks in a Northern Athletic Conference interdivision game in Parishville.

Marlie Wilson supplied two hits, including a home run, and Mary Coventry also had two hits for Parishville-Hopkinton.

Mallory McLear smacked a home run for Tupper Lake (0-1), and Nikki Jessie went 2-for-2.

SOUTH LEWIS 10, BELLEVILLE HENDERSON 1 (6)

Marissa Brown gave up only two hits in a complete-game effort as the Falcons earned a rain-shortened Frontier League crossover victory over the Panthers in Turin.

Rachel Newell went 3-for-4 with a pair of RBIs for South Lewis (4-0).

Belleville Henderson dropped to 0-4.

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