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High school roundup: Soderquist’s 6 points lead balanced effort in Watertown’s win over IHC, 12-6

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Eric Soderquist supplied a game-high six points, and Watertown High used a strong second half to capture a 12-6 Frontier League “A” Division boys lacrosse victory over host Immaculate Heart Central on Thursday night.

Soderquist scored three goals and added three assists for the Cyclones (4-2 overall, 3-1 league).

Brad McKinney scored four goals and Noah Taylor recorded a goal and three assists for Watertown, which outscored IHC 6-1 in the second half.

Nick Koelmel led the Cavaliers (1-2, 1-1) with three goals and an assist.

CARTHAGE 22, LOWVILLE 2

Eleven different players scored as the Comets raced out to a 10-1 first-quarter lead en route to an interleague win at Lowville.

Bailey Wilkinson led Carthage (5-0) with four goals and two assists.

Alex Mack contributed four goals and one assist, Bryan Peloguin had three goals and two assists and Paul Bracy recorded two goals and four assists. Dylan Highers and Eric Rounds added two goals each.

Mike Soderquist and Dylan Babcock scored for Lowville (0-4, 0-3).

WESTHILL 16, GENERAL BROWN 3

Richie Easterly scored five goals and assisted on three others and Ryan Zimmerman totaled four goals and three assists as the Warriors rolled to a nonconference victory in Dexter.

Casey Rogers chipped in two goals and an assist for Westhill (4-0).

Jake Purvis scored all three goals for the Lions (4-2).

POTSDAM 8, SARANAC LAKE 6

Potsdam rallied from an early deficit to defeat Saranac Lake in a Northern Athletic Conference game at Potsdam.

The Sandstoners (1-3 overall) trailed 4-2 before coming back to claim their first win of the season.

Max Warden led Potsdam with three goals and Billy Bergan tallied two for the Sandstoners. Dylan Gruneisen, Sammy Woods and Keenan O’Gorman also scored for Potsdam.

Jeff Stevens scored twice for Saranac Lake (0-2).

MASSENA 13, ST. LAWRENCE 5

Sako Rourke tallied three goals to lead the Red Raiders (2-1) past St. Lawrence Central in an NAC game in Potsdam.

Andrew Bender, Kendrick Angus and Ross Driscoll each produced two goals for Massena. Hunter Pyke, Cole Allen, Rhoades Tarbell and Patrick LaGrow each scored single goals.

Isaiah Ryan led the Larries (2-1) with two goals. Nick Randall, Jake Sutton and Brody Simonds also scored for SLC.

GIRLS LACROSSE

IHC 13, HEUVELTON 5

Rachel O’Brien totaled seven points, scoring six goals, to spark the Cavaliers to a FL nonleague victory at General Brown in Dexter.

Jaid Baytos scored two goals and assisted on two others for IHC (3-3) and Sara Pignone scored a pair of goals.

Goalie Allison McElheran made seven saves for the Cavaliers.

GENERAL BROWN 10, JORDAN-ELBRIDGE 6

Bryanna Fazio and Cayla O’Conner each scored four goals as the Lions earned a nonleague win at Dexter.

Fazio also contributed two assists for the Lions (4-2), and Emily Amell scored twice for General Brown.

Marissa Malvaso led the Eagles (0-3) with three goals and one assist.

BASEBALL

BEAVER RIVER 13, SANDY CREEK 5

Kyle Steiner went 3-for-3, doubled and drove in two runs as the Beavers used a seven-run third inning to pull away from the Comets in a “C” Division game at Sandy Creek.

Daniel Erker went 2-for-3 and scored four runs, and Christian Widrick went the distance on the mound for Beaver River (1-0).

Zach Brown finished 2-for-3 for Sandy Creek (0-2).

SOFTBALL

SANDY CREEK 12, BEAVER RIVER 0

Kylee Martin went 3-for-4 with a triple, double and single and drove in three runs as the Comets earned a Frontier League “C’’ Division shutout at Sandy Creek.

Jasmyn Williams also finished 3-for-4 for Sandy Creek (2-0). Michaela Martin pitched six shutout innings for the Comets.

Caitlin LaBrake went 2-for-2 for the Beavers (0-1).

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