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HEUVELTON — Mike Martin struck out 14 and did not allow a hit until the seventh inning to lead the Heuvelton baseball team to a 16-0 victory over Hermon-DeKalb (1-9 overall and division) in a Northern Athletic Conference West Division game Friday.

Martin, who finished with a one-hitter, also produced two hits and drove in three runs for the Bulldogs (9-0). Aaron Cobb and Mike Guardino both went 3-for-5 for the Bulldogs. Jack Palmer, Dylan Liscum, Matt Guardino, Aiden Scagel and Jon Sloan each produced two hits.

HARRISVILLE 11, LISBON 3

Jared Dreythaler was the winning pitcher and produced three hits as the Pirates (10-2, 8-2) defeated the Golden Knights in a West Division game in Lisbon.

Justin Hartle and Bryon Evans each tallied two hits for Harrisville. James Darcy and Jon Hunter produced two-hit games for Lisbon (2-7).

CLIFTON-FINE 8-4, HAMMOND 5-13

Matt Russell struck out nine in the opening game of a West Division doubleheader to lead the Eagles (3-6) past the Red Devils in Hammond. Hammond (3-7) answered with a win in game two.

Andrew Locke and Carl Twyman each singled twice for Clifton-Fine in the opener and Brock Tulley produced three hits for the Red Devils.

Nolan Martin doubled twice for Hammond in game two, and Nick Jewitt added two hits for the Red Devils.

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 18, CHATEAUGAY 7

Troy Kovach struck out eight in four innings to send the Flyers past the Bulldogs (1-5) in an East Division game in Chateaugay.

Nick Waite hit an inside-the-park home run for the Flyers (7-1, 5-0). Brandon Short, Cody Smith and Barry LaBarr each produced two hits.

ST. REGIS FALLS 2-2, MADRID-WADDINGTON 1-12

Matt Cummings struck out nine in five innings to lead the Saints (1-4) past the Yellow Jackets in game one of an East Division doubleheader in Madrid. Madrid-Waddington (3-4) claimed game two.

Zach Brock lined two hits in game one for the Yellow Jackets and Greg Thompson homered and singled in game two while Jim Miller went 2-for-3.

OFA 24, SALMON RIVER 1

Breton LaRose threw a one-hitter and struck out nine to send the Blue Devils past the Shamrocks (1-5, 1-4) in a Central Division game in Ogdensburg.

Brendan Arsenault went 3-for-3 and drove in two runs for OFA (6-1). Seth Pinkerton, Alex Farrell, Kinnon LaRose, Zach Sharpe, Andrew Cole, Zach Barr and Dakota Brady each produced two hits for OFA.

SOUTH LEWIS 6, LOWVILLE 3

Jason Martin struck out 15 in a complete game victory and went 2-for-4 with a double as South Lewis seized control of the Frontier League “C” Division with a victory over Lowville in Turin.

Shawn Loomis tripled, and Dominick Ventura and Luke Kelly each provided two hits for the Falcons (11-1 overall, 10-1 league), who took the lead with a four-run fifth inning.

Connor Fayle and Cody Branagan finished with two hits apiece for Lowville (8-2). One of Branagan’s hits was a double.

WATERTOWN 15, IHC 10

Steven Hatchell doubled twice, singled and drove in three runs to help pace the Cyclones to an “A” Division victory over the Cavaliers at the Fairgrounds.

Jared Bellinger singled three times for Watertown (10-3, 8-0) and Sam Maphey tripled in three runs. Christian Jordan doubled in two runs for the Cyclones.

Louis Freda doubled and singled twice for IHC (5-3) and Spencer Sharlow doubled and singled. Josh Frechette chipped in with two singles.

CARTHAGE 7, SOUTH JEFFERSON 6

Winning pitcher Dan Granger doubled in a run to tie the game in the bottom of the seventh inning and scored the winning run on Matt Draper’s sacrifice fly as the Comets edged the Spartans in a crossover game in Carthage.

Dylan James and Cody Spencer each singled twice and drove in a run for Carthage (9-3, 8-1), and Brandon Bush singled twice. Granger also singled for Carthage, which scored six runs in the final three innings to prevail.

Cameron Heasley singled twice and scored three runs for South Jefferson (2-9, 1-8).

INDIAN RIVER 9, APW 2

Edward Malinoski doubled twice and drove in a run to pace the Warriors to a crossover victory in Philadelphia.

Brady Bombard and Alex Whetstone each doubled for Indian River (5-4).

BEAVER RIVER 10, SANDY CREEK 2

Jordan Boliver belted out three hits and drove in two runs as the Beavers won a “C” Division game at Sandy Creek.

Corey Stevens posted two hits and an RBI for Beaver River (9-1).

Mason McNitt supplied two hits for Sandy Creek (6-5).

SOFTBALL

HEUVELTON 17, HERMON-DEKALB 4

Abby Basford singled three times to help the Bulldogs defeat the Demons (2-10, 1-9) in a West Division game in Heuvelton.

Hannah Thornhill doubled and singled for the Bulldogs (10-1, 9-0), and Logan Tallman, Shelby Williams and Paige McCormick each produced two hits.

LISBON 15, HARRISVILLE 8

Alex Amo, Natalia Pitts, Sierra Dobbs, Katie Sovie and Rhiley Mee each produced two hits as the Golden Knights (7-2) defeated the Pirates in a West Division game in Lisbon. One of Amo’s hits was a three-run homer.

Sam Rounds, Georgi Baker and Hannah Weaver all tallied two hits for the Pirates (4-8, 4-6).

CLIFTON-FINE 4-2, HAMMOND 2-16

Taylor Bowman went 3-for-3 and drove in four runs to help the Red Devils (6-4) salvage a split of a West Division doubleheader against the Eagles in Hammond.

Delaney Kerr produced two hits for the Eagles (2-7) in the opener.

Bridget Kron, Brianne Langtry, Mikayla Horton, Stephanie Morgan and Macy Wilson all produced two-hit games in game two for Hammond.

BRUSHTOn-MOIRA 2-5, COLTON-PIERREPONT 1-3

Emily O’Connor threw a five-inning, no-hitter in the opener as the Panthers swept the Colts (5-7, 5-5) in an East Division doubleheader in Brushton.

O’Connor struck out nine for Brushton-Moira (8-3) and also lined a double.

Kenzie Traynor homered for the Panthers in game two and went 3-for-3. O’Connor went 2-for-2 and drove in two runs.

OFA 21, SALMON RIVER 2

Brittany Barr, Stacy Barr and Felicia Barr combined to produce eight hits as the Blue Devils routed the Shamrocks (1-4) in a Central Division game in Ogdensburg.

Brittany Barr and Stacy Barr each tallied three hits and Felicia Barr produced two.

MADRID-WADDINGTON 16, POTSDAM 1

Mariah Patenaude went 3-for-4, including two doubles, and drove in two runs to lead the Yellow Jackets (4-6) past the Sandstoners in a nonleague game in Madrid.

Desiree Pryce went 3-for-5 and Emily Upstrom and Blair Cryderman each lined two hits.

Arielle Stoian went 2-for-3 for Potsdam (1-5).

BOYS LACROSSE

MASSENA 11, OFA 5

Massena scored six goals in the third quarter to take control of a game with the Blue Devils (2-8, 2-7) in Ogdensburg.

Sako Rourke led Massena (6-5, 5-5) with four goals and two assists. Jody Mitchell and Isaiah Perry each scored twice.

Nick Perrigo and Jake Garrison scored two goals apiece to lead OFA.

ST. LAWRENCE 10, SARANAC LAKE 3

Ian Lynch scored three goals and Blake Baldwin added two goals and two assists to lead St. Lawrence past Saranac Lake (2-8) in Brasher Falls.

Lukas Arquiett also scored two goals for St. Lawrence Central (8-2). Cody Burns, Styles Arquiett and Marshall Burninghausen scored the other goals for SLC. Jeff Stevens, Oliver Holmes and Quinn Urquhard scored for the Red Storm.

GIRLS LACROSSE

POTSDAM 12, CANTOn 7

Nettie Rishe tallied four goals to lead the Sandstoners (8-3, 8-0) past the Golden Bears in Canton.

Ally Miller, Michaela Cole, Jenny Tardelli and Hannah Drechsel each scored twice for Potsdam. Alison Noble and McKaylee Boak scored two goals apiece to lead Canton (5-4, 4-4).

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