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High school baseball: South Jefferson’s LaFlamme fires one-hitter

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DEXTER — South Jefferson’s Logan LaFlamme took a perfect game into the seventh inning before settling for a one-hit shutout in leading South Jefferson over host General Brown 9-0 in a Frontier League “B’’ Division baseball game on Monday.

LaFlamme, who struck out seven, walked none and hit a batter, was perfect through six innings. He threw just 79 pitches, 59 of which were strikes.

The Spartans (5-6) made two errors in the bottom of the seventh to end the perfect game. Derek Weaver of General Brown (3-9) then touched LaFlamme for the Lions’ only hit, a single, with one out.

LaFlamme also delivered a two-run single for South Jefferson and Brett Lalone finished with two hits.

WATERTOWN 3, INDIAN RIVER 1

Christian Jorden knocked in the winning run in the fourth inning as the Cyclones earned an “A’’ Division win at Philadelphia despite getting just two hits.

Jorden earned the save in relief of Chris Bristow for Watertown (9-3, 7-1).

Dylan Gonzalez took the tough loss for the Warriors (3-6, 2-6).

IHC 13, LOWVILLE 0

Freshman Will Magovney hurled a three-hit shutout as the Cavaliers remained unbeaten in league play with a crossover win at the Alex T. Duffy Fairgrounds.

Jake Fusilli finished 2-for-4 with three RBIs for Immaculate Heart Central (13-1, 10-0), and Vincenzo Alteri was 2-for-3 with a double.

Lowville fell to 5-7.

THOUSAND ISLANDS 15, LAFARGEVILLE 0

Sophomore Dylan Wiley allowed only a first-inning hit by Ethan Johnson during a crossover shutout in Clayton.

Wiley struck out 10 and didn’t walk a batter. He also was 2-for-3 at bat for the Vikings (7-3).

Zach Mason went 2-for-2 with a double for Thousand Islands, Christian Shaw was 2-for-3 and Brandon Belleville contributed a double.

LaFargeville fell to 2-7.

SANDY CREEK 12, ALEXANDRIA 2

Zach Brown pitched a complete game and also went 2-for-4 at the plate with a double and two RBIs for the host Comets in a crossover win.

Tyler Does was also 2-for-4 with a RBI for Sandy Creek (6-6), and Brad Clark finished 2-for-4 and drove in a run.

Miles Kearns doubled for the Purple Ghosts (2-7).

BEAVER RIVER 5, BELLEVILLE HENDERSON 3

Brett Neddo had a pair of singles as the Beavers won a crossover game at Philadelphia.

Dustin Neddo contributed a double and four pitchers combined on a two-hitter for Beaver River (12-3, 11-3).

Hunter Benjamin dobu led for the Panthers (4-7).

SOUTH LEWIS 22, COPENHAGEN 3

Five different players finished with two hits as the Falcons rolled over the Golden Knights in a crossover game in Turin.

Jason Martin doub led and singled and drove in three runs, while Nick Kraeger had a triple and single and three RBIs for South Lewis (9-1). Shawn Loomis, Jake Vanbeber and Nick Pleskach also had two hits apiece.

SACKETS HARBOR 15, LYME 5

Dakota Brown finished with three hits, including a double, as the Patriots earned the “D’’ Division win at Chaumont.

Chase Urbanowicz added two hits, one a double, and Ethan Meeks contributed two hits for Sackets Harbor (7-3).

Riley Schwind, Troy Wilson and Joe Paladino had two hits each for the Indians (0-8).

HARRISVILE 13, MORRISTOWN 5

Tim Fowler and Justin Hartle each homered to lead the Harrisville baseball team to a victory over Morristown in a Northern Athletic Conference West Division game in Morristown.

Justin Hartle struck out nine for the Pirates (10-0 overall and division). Jared Dreythaler, Kevin Kapfer and Nate Weaver all lined two hits for Harrisville.

Tyler Delosh and Jacob Love homered for the Green Rockets.

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