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Frontier League roundup: Pitkins power General Brown; Indian River wraps up Carthage

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Katie and Rhea Pitkin scored 16 and 15 points, respectively, in their father Darrin’s head-coaching debut as General Brown held off a furious fourth-quarter rally from host Immaculate Heart to capture a 52-50 Frontier League girls basketball crossover victory Wednesday night.

Darrin Pitkin, a former assistant, said he is taking over for sixth-year coach Mike Hulbert for the rest of the season but didn’t say why.

Katie Pitkin grabbed a team-high eight rebounds and Rhea Pitkin dished out five assists for the Lions (8-4 overall, 7-4 league).

Anna Garrabrant scored 17 points and Rebecca Lazore added 16 for the Cavaliers (2-7, 1-6).

BOYS BASKETBALL

CARTHAGE 50, INDIAN RIVER 40

Walter Jeter scored 17 points to lead the Comets to an “A” Division victory over the Warriors, completing the season sweep in Philadelphia.

Andrew Smith and Keyan Pinnock added 11 and 10 points, respectively, for Carthage (9-0, 8-0).

Shelton Williams scored 17 points and totaled five rebounds to lead Indian River (6-3) and Demetrius Gibson hauled in eight rebounds.

SACKETS HARBOR 60, THOUSAND ISLANDS 55 (OT)

Josh Keruski scored 17 points to pace the Patriots, who outlasted the Vikings to prevail in overtime in a divisional crossover game at Sackets Harbor.

Colton Belcher contributed 12 points and 20 rebounds for Sackets Harbor (8-2, 7-1) and Ryan Allen contributed 12 points, including three in overtime, along with 10 rebounds and five assists. Kyle Gonseth was credited with seven assists as well as eight points.

Eli Baldwin scored 17 points to lead Thousand Islands (5-5, 5-4), and Teddy Ebbing and Austin Matthews contributed 11 and 10 points, respectively.

COPENHAGEN 66, BELLEVILLE HENDERSON 37

Antonio Figueroa poured in 21 points to help spark the Golden Knights to a “D” Division victory at Belleville.

Greg Kunert generated 18 points, and Brandon Moser finished with eight points and 12 assists. Connor Eddy tacked on nine points for Copenhagen (6-3, 6-2).

Colton Ramsdell contributed 17 points, and Mathieu Corron scored 11 points for Belleville Henderson (1-8, 1-7).

SOUTH LEWIS 52, LAFARGEVILLE 44

Josh Newman recorded a double-double in his varsity debut as the Falcons claimed a crossover victory over the Red Knights at LaFargeville.

Newman, a freshman junior varsity call-up, scored 10 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for South Lewis (7-1, 6-1). Jason Martin scored a game-high 17 points and Matt Mooney managed 12 points and seven boards for the Falcons.

Matt Valin scored 12 points to lead LaFargeville (2-9, 2-7).

HOCKEY

IHC 7, MOHAWK VALLEY 2

Seniors Jared Pignone and Jake Renzi factored into five and four goals, respectively, to lead the Cavaliers to a Section 3 Division I American Conference victory in Rome.

Pignone scored and provided four assists while Renzi recorded two goals and two assists for Immaculate Heart (6-4, 3-3). Cole James stopped 25 shots.

Mohawk Valley dropped to 2-8, 1-5.

WRESTLING

INDIAN RIVER 54, CARTHAGE 33

Sonny McPherson and Dylan Crowder each captured their team-leading 20th victory of the season, leading the Warriors past the Comets in an “A” Division bout at Carthage.

McPherson scored a pinfall at 170 pounds while Crowder received a forfeit at 145 for Indian River (6-6, 4-0).

For Carthage (2-4, 0-1), Andy McFarland scored a pin over Stefan Colbert in a matchup of sectional contenders at 120 pounds.

SANDY CREEK 60, COPENHAGEN 12

The Comets recorded four wins by pinfall en route to a “C” Division victory at Copenhagen.

Jake Benedict (195 pounds), Hunter Delamater (170), Justin Bonny (145) and Jared Williams (138) recorded pins for Sandy Creek (5-3, 3-0).

Connor Carroll (113) won by pin for Copenhagen (4-11, 0-3).






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