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Simmons fires Morristown to win

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LISBON — Bobby Simmons struck out 10 to lead the Morristown baseball team to a 15-4 victory over Lisbon in a Northern Athletic Conference West Division game Monday.

Luke King homered, doubled and singled for the Green Rockets (9-3 overall and division).

Dakota Marshall singled twice for Morristown. Adam Kelley and Reilly Alberto produced two-hit games for Lisbon (3-9).

ST. LAWRENCE 17-19,

St. REGIS FALLS 1-1

Devon Euto threw a five-inning no-hitter and struck out eight in the opening game as the Larries swept the Saints (1-10) in an East Division doubleheader in Brasher Falls.

Tyler Smith went 3-for-3 for Larries (9-4, 9-3) in game one. Hayden St. Hilaire hit a three-run homer.

Euto went 3-for-4 in game two for the Larries, and Tyler Savage hit a three-run homer.

GOUVERNEUR 4, CANTON 2

Aaron McEathron struck out 11 as the Wildcats (3-7, 3-5) defeated the Golden Bears in a Central Division game at SUNY Canton.

Alex Hayes went 2-for-3 for the Golden Bears (2-8), and Avery Slack struck out 10.

OFA 6, CANTON 2

The bottom two hitters in the order each produced two-hit games for the Blue Devils in a victory against the Golden Bears (2-9) in a Central Division game at SUNY Canton.

Pat Cosmo and Alex Farrell both went 2-for-3 for OFA (9-1).

SOFTBALL

OFA 3, CANTON 2

Brittany Barr singled to left field to score Jocelyn Fifield from third base with the game-winning run in the bottom of the eighth inning, leading the Blue Devils (7-3) in a Central Division game in Ogdensburg.

Emma Rexford struck out 13 for Canton (4-5, 4-3), and Kaeli Frank drove in both runs with a double.

MASSENA 12, GOUVERNEUR 10

Mackenzie Young doubled twice to help the Red Raiders (5-4) defeat the Wildcats in a Central Division game in Massena.

Bailey Dillabaugh tripled and singled for Massena, and Chelsea Streeter doubled and singled.

Kortnee Bishop doubled twice for Gouverneur (5-8, 4-6), and Leesa Isereau doubled and singled.

ST. LAWRENCE 16-22,

ST. REGIS FALLS 0-3

Kelsey Newtown struck out 13 in the opening game of an interdivision doubleheader, leading the Larries to a sweep of the Saints (1-11) in Brasher Falls.

Haleigh Agans, Sam Richards and Breanna Vatter each produced three hits in game one for the Larries (16-2, 14-1).

Brandi Thomas went 4-for-5 in game two, and Lindsey Thayer homered twice and drove in eight runs.

LISBON 16, MORRISTOWN 8

Alyshia Murray hit a grand slam to lead the Golden Knights (9-3) past the Green Rockets in a West Division game in Lisbon.

Alison Mitchell lined four hits for Lisbon, including a double.

Taylor Piercey led the Green Rockets (2-10) with a three-hit game. Margret Troiano and Jessica Geddes singled twice.

BOYS LACROSSE

SALMON RIVER 22, OFA 0

Skylar Thomas, Frank David and Sky Sunday each scored three goals as the Shamrocks shut out the Blue Devils (2-11, 2-10) in an NAC game in Ogdensburg.

Dalston Day, Lakota Square, Trenton Tarbell, Kason Tarbell and Francis Jacobs each scored two goals for the Shamrocks (14-0).

MASSENA 12,

COLTON-PIERREPONT 1

Sako Rourke scored two goals and assisted on three others as Massena (8-6, 7-6) defeated Colton-Pierrepont in an NAC game in Colton.

Grayson Phillips, Rhoades Tarbell and Jordy Mitchell each tallied two goals for Massena.

Andrew Holden scored the only goal for the Colts (0-14, 0-13).

GIRLS LACROSSE

OFA 9, POTSDAM 8

Nikki Holmes scored two breakaway goals in the final two minutes to lead the Blue Devils past the Sandstoners in an NAC game in Ogdensburg.

OFA (4-10, 4-6) knocked Potsdam out of a first-place tie with Massena with the win.

Mackenzie Bresett scored two goals and assisted on two for OFA.

Nettie Rishe scored four goals for Potsdam (10-5, 9-2). Michaela Cole scored twice for the Sandstoners.

MASSENA 16, SALMON RIVER 6

Erin Francis delivered five goals and four assists as the Red Raiders (11-3, 9-1) defeated the Shamrocks in Massena.

Alisha Jacobs supplied three goals and one assist and Ashlyn Olson added two goals for Massena.

Jaiden Mitchell led the Shamrocks (0-11, 0-1) with three goals, and Tewasherake Barnes produced two goals.

CANTON 18, SARANAC LAKE 12

Lacey Kenny scored three goals and assisted on seven more to lift the Golden Bears (8-4, 7-4) in Canton.

Alison Noble scored five goals for Canton, and Rachel Huntley tallied four. Tess Knight scored twice for Canton.

Elena Beideck contributed two goals and two assists for Saranac Lake (5-5).

GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD

NORWOOD-NORFOLK TAKES TWO

Hannah Seguin won the 100-meter hurdles and the high jump to lead Norwood-Norfolk (8-1) to a 170-143 win over Madrid-Waddington and a 238-34 win over Salmon River in a double-dual meet in Madrid.

Madrid-Waddington claimed a 209-36 win over the Shamrocks (1-9).

Taylor Lenney led Madrid-Waddington (7-2) with wins in the 100, 200 and long jump. Katie Marcellus finished first in the shot put and discus.

BOYS TRACK AND FIELD

FLYERS WIN TWICE

Connor Levison won the 110 hurdles and the 400 hurdles to help Norwood-Norfolk (6-3) take a pair of wins at a double-dual meet in Madrid.

Norwood-Norfolk defeated Madrid-Waddington 124-117 and claimed a 178 1/2-51 1/2 win over Salmon River (2-8). Madrid-Waddington defeated the Shamrocks 160 1/2-56 1/2.

Austin Scott won the 1,600, 3,200 and 400 for Madrid-Waddington (5-4). Randy Ball finished first in the 100 and triple jump for the Yellow Jackets.


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