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Bailey Wilkenson generated five goals and two assists as Carthage stayed unbeaten with an 11-4 victory over host Immaculate Heart Central on Monday in Frontier League boys lacrosse.

Casey Boulio tallied three goals, and Paul Bracy scored twice and won 11 faceoffs for Carthage (9-0 overall, 7-0 league).

Matt Moran netted a pair of goals for Immaculate Heart Central (5-2, 4-2).

WATERTOWN 14, INDIAN RIVER 5

Eric Soderquist scored three goals and assisted on three others to pace the Cyclones to an “A” Division triumph at Philadelphia.

Brad McKinney contributed three goals and two assists for Watertown (3-4, 2-3), and Andrew Keenan tallied three goals.

Kendall Vecchio chipped in with two goals and an assist for the Cyclones, Marcus Lavarnway registered a goal and two assists, and Noah Taylor and Anthony Donato each chipped in with a goal.

Connor Brown tallied a goal and an assist for Indian River (1-4). Kyle Barker, Kyle Smith, Daquan Brown and Matthew Comini each had a goal.

GENERAL BROWN 14, LOWVILLE 3

Michael Roukous totaled 10 points, including seven goals, to propel the Lions to a “B” Division triumph in Lowville.

Cole Johnson recorded five points, including four assists for General Brown (4-4, 4-2). Brandon Sherman scored two goals, and Colton Erb and Nick McCabe each contributed a goal and an assist. Jake Purvis and Kyle O’Connor also scored, and Lee Bauter totaled two assists.

Michael Duffer, Connor Dykeman and Dalton Jones each scored for the Red Raiders (0-6).

WESTHILL 18, SOUTH JEFFERSON 4

Ryan Zimmerman scored four goals to lead Westhill (6-2) to a nonleague victory over the Spartans in Adams.

Brett Maguire finished with two goals and an assist for South Jefferson (1-6).

BASEBALL

WATERTOWN 19, INDIAN RIVER 1

Senior first baseman Ryan Bajjaly went 4-for-6, including two triples, and knocked in six runs to pace a 19-hit effort by the Cyclones in an “A” Division game in Philadelphia.

Killian LaDue went 4-for-5, drove in two runs and scored five runs for Watertown (4-2, 2-0).

Steven Hatchell singled twice and drove in three runs for the Cyclones.

Cody Davis doubled for the Warriors (1-3).

GENERAL BROWN 9, SOUTH JEFFERSON 8

Mark Corey plated three runs as the Lions rallied past the Spartans for a “B” Division win in Dexter.

Erik Wollum had three hits and struck out seven for General Brown (2-4, 1-3).

Jayson Kellogg doubled and had three RBIs for South Jefferson (1-4).

BEAVER RIVER 6, THOUSAND ISLANDS 5

Jordan Boliver belted a two-run double in the fourth as the Beavers held off the Vikings for a “C” Division victory in Clayton.

Sam Widrick doubled, drove in a pair of runs and earned the win for Beaver River (4-1).

Matt Julian socked a two-RBI triple in the fifth for Thousand Islands (2-2).

ALEXANDRIA 19, LYME 1

Zach Walti and Caleb Wills combined on a two-hitter as the Purple Ghosts prevailed in a “D” Division game in Alexandria Bay.

Catcher Miles Kearns tripled and singled for Alexandria (1-3). Wills also singled three times, and Ryan Tebo singled twice and drove in two runs.

CARTHAGE 7, APW 0

Andrew Smith struck out nine in a complete-game shutout and supplied two hits as the Comets blanked the Rebels for a crossover win in Parish.

Tyler Clemons generated a two-RBI single for Carthage (4-1, 4-0).

SOUTH LEWIS 20, LAFARGEVILLE 1

Dominic Ventura singled three times and drove in two runs to help pace the Falcons to a crossover triumph in Turin.

Hunter Jones doubled and singled twice for South Lewis (4-1). Winning pitcher Jason Martin, who scattered three hits and struck out 11 without issuing a walk, also singled three times.

Lucas Kelly and Cody Capron each tripled and singled for the Falcons.

Matt Vallin homered for the Red Knights (4-1).

SOFTBALL

INDIAN RIVER 10, WATERTOWN 5

Freshman Kammiekka Barnes tossed a no-hitter, striking out eight, as the Warriors won an “A” Division game in Indian River.

Meg Lynch went 4-for-4 and drove in four runs a for Indian River (3-3, 2-2). Haley Prudhomme doubled, singled and drove in three runs for the Warriors. Heidi Amato doubled, singled, scored twice and was credited with three stolen bases.

THOUSAND ISLANDS 10, BEAVER RIVER 2

Casey Webb struck out eight in a complete game, and went 2-for-4 with two RBIs to power the Vikings to a “C” Division victory over the Beavers (0-5) at Beaver Falls.

Alesha Waterman tripled and knocked in three runs for Thousand Islands (1-3).

ALEXANDRIA 3, LYME 0

Lorraine Beard struck out eight and surrendered only one hit as the Purple Ghosts shut out the Indians for a “D” Division win in Alexandria Bay.

Amanda Ligenfelter doubled and tripled for Alexandria (3-1).

Taylor Brown fanned nine for Lyme (2-4).

APW 11, CARTHAGE 3

Tori Stanton doubled three times and drove in three runs as the Rebels defeated the Comets for a crossover win in Parish.

Katie Palmer went 2-for-4 for Altmar-Parish-Williamstown (3-0).

Sarah Daily provided a pair of hits for Carthage (0-4).

SOUTH LEWIS 6, LAFARGEVILLE 4

Jessica Haig tripled, singled and drove in three runs to pace the unbeaten Falcons to victory in a crossover game in Turin.

Jayne Strigle tripled in the go-ahead run in the sixth inning and added a single for South Lewis (5-0). Winning pitcher Drianna Crofoot also singled twice for the Falcons.

Jenna Sharp collected two singles for the Red Knights (4-2).

IHC 4-7, SACKETS HARBOR 3-4

Miranda Kolb socked a two-run single in the bottom of the fifth as the Cavaliers took the opener en route to a nonleague doubleheader sweep against the Patriots at the Fairgrounds.

Kolb also had three hits in the nightcap for Immaculate Heart Central (2-1).

Alexis Martin and Jordan Gonseth each added pair of hits in game one for Sackets Harbor (1-5).

SANDY CREEK 9, WEST GENESEE 0

Chelsea Claflin gave up only two hits and struck out 10 as the Comets routed the Wildcats (2-2) in Camilus.

Karintha Myslivecek brought home two runs with a double for Sandy Creek (3-0).

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