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High school boys soccer: Indian River rolls Carthage; Lyme rocks Alexandria

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PHILADELPHIA — Junior Malinoski scored two goals, including converting on a penalty kick, and assisted on two others as Indian River rolled past Carthage, 8-2 on Tuesday night in an “A” Division game in the Frontier League.

Tyler Cook and Logan Prudhomme each contributed two goals for the Warriors, who improves to 2-0 on the season.

Erick Torres tallied a goal and an assist for Indian River.

Hunter Mullican made eight saves to earn for the Warriors.

Jacob Zehr and Sam Kim each scored for the Comets (0-3).

IHC 3, GENERAL BROWN 2

The Cavaliers scored three goals, with two assisted by Jude Fusilli, within the span of 2 1/2 minutes to rally for a division crossover triumph in Dexter.

Jake Fusilli, Austin Renzi and Zach Frechette each tallied a goal in the second half for IHC (3-0).

Goalie Jarrod Smith made five saves to record the win for the Cavaliers.

Shawn Wilcox and Trevor Hickok each scored a goal for the Lions (1-2) and Ryan Lamon finished with 10 saves.

WATERTOWN 5, SOUTH JEFFERSON 0

Tyrell Thomas notched a second-half hat trick as the host Cyclones blanked the Spartans (1-2, 1-1) for a crossover victory.

David Olney and Nick Long also scored for Watertown (3-0).

Noah Taylor made two saves to register his third shutout in as many games for the Cyclones.

LOWVILLE 9, SANDY CREEK/PULASKI 1

Isaac Worrall’s three goals helped the Red Raiders to their first win of the year by downing the Comets (0-3) in a “B” Division contest at Sandy Creek.

Dylan Roes netted a pair of goals for Lowville (1-2).

LYME 6, ALEXANDRIA 1

Tanner Wiley supplied three goals and an assist as the Indians won a “D” Division game at Chaumont.

Sam Liakhovitch and Mark Parker each provided a goal and an assist for Lyme (3-0), which scored five times in the second half.

Nik Shangraw converted a penalty kick for Alexandria (0-3).

COPENHAGEN 4, LAFARGEVILLE 0

Brenden Jacobs tallied both goals in the first half and assisted on another after halftime as the Golden Knights prevailed in a “D” Division game in Copenhagen.

Antonio Figueroa scored a goal and registered an assist, and Garrett Munden also scored for Copenhagen (3-0, 2-0) .

Robbie Groff and Brandon Buckley each made a save to combine on the shutout.

Thomas O’Driscoll made nine saves for the Red Knights (1-2).

THOUSAND ISLANDS 7, BEAVER RIVER 3

Zach Mason scored two goals and Luke Smith tallied on a pair of penalty kicks to spark the Vikings to a season-opening “C” Division victory in Beaver Falls.

Travis Docteur scored a goal and assisted on two others for Thousand Islands (2-0).

Sam Ada made four saves for the Vikings and teammate Noah Ingerson finished with four saves.

Jacob Yousey scored twice for the Beavers (0-1) and William Shambo made nine saves.

GIRLS SWIMMING

WATERTOWN 107, INDIAN RIVER 70

Victoria Olsen claimed the 100- and 200-yard freestyle races and swam on two fastest relays to guide the Cyclones (1-1, 1-0) to a Frontier League “A” Division victory over the visiting Warriors.

Rachel Rodriquez won the 100 butterfly and 100 backstroke for Indian River (0-1).

SOUTH JEFFERSON 103.5, CARTHAGE 82.5

Hannah Markey and Anna Docteur each won two events and swam on the first-place freestyle relays to help power the Spartans to an “A” Division victory at Carthage.

Markey captured the 100 free and 100 backstroke, and Docteur took the 200 and 500 free for South Jefferson (2-0, 1-0).

Claire Sauter finished first in the 100 butterfly, second in the 100 backstroke and contributed to the winning 200 medley relay for Carthage (0-1).

LOWVILLE 60, BEAVER RIVER 38

Kelsey McLean and Grace Metzler each were a part of four wins to lead the Red Raiders to a season-opening “B” Division victory at Lowville.

McLean captured the 200- and 500-yard freestyles, and Metzler took the 50 and 100 free. Both also swam on two first-place relays.

Madeline Monnat claimed the 100 breaststroke for Beaver River.






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