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High school baseball: O’Connor lifts Lowville to regular-season title

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DEXTER — Brian O’Conner delivered a key two-run single during a five-run sixth inning as Lowville beat General Brown 6-1 Tuesday to clinch the Frontier League “A’’ Division baseball regular-season title.

The Red Raiders (7-9) have now won eight division titles in the last 12 years.

Jordan Arthur pitched a complete-game three-hitter for Lowville.

Sean Shepherd had a pair of doubles for the Lions (5-11).

BEAVER RIVER 19, LAFARGEVILLE 4

Kaelyn Ferguson had four hits and drove in five runs as the Beavers earned a crossover win at Bostwick Field in Lowville.

Among Ferguson’s hits was a triple. He also pitched a complete game with 12 strikeouts for Beaver River (13-3, 12-3). Troy Purcell added three hits and Kyle Steiner had two hits, including a double, for the Beavers.

Kelly Ryan had three hits for the Red Knights (7-7).

COPENHAGEN 6-6, ALEXANDRIA 4-1

Antonio Figueroa ripped a two-run triple in the first game and picked up the win on the mound in game two as the Golden Knights swept a “D” Division doubleheader from the Purple Ghosts in Alexandria Bay.

J.D. Uhlinger went 2-for-3 with a triple in game one, while Connor Eddy doubled in the second game for Copenhagen (7-7).

Dylan DeLosh went 3-for-4 with two RBIs for Alexandria (4-10) in the opener.

OFA 10-6, MASSENA 2-7

Seth Pinkerton struck out 15 and scattered two hits as Ogdensburg Free Academy split a Northern Athletic Conference Central Division doubleheader with Massena in Ogdensburg.

OFA (8-3 overall, 7-3 division) won the opener 10-2, but Massena (10-2, 8-2) answered with a 7-6 victory in game two.

Kinnon LaRose finished with three hits to lead the Blue Devils in game one.

Bailey Dillabough scored the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning in game two, leading off with a triple.

HEUVELTON 10, EDWARDS-KNOX 1

Jack Palmer was the winning pitcher and added two hits along with driving in two runs to lead the Bulldogs past the Cougars (7-6) in a West Division game in Russell.

Mike Martin and Damien VanOrmun both drove in runs with singles for Heuvelton (12-2, 12-1).

MORRISTOWN 6-30, HAMMOND 5-8

The Green Rockets finished off a game suspended on April 29 and then routed the Red Devils (2-10) in the full game in West Division contests in Morristown.

Jacob Fox struck out 14 for Morristown (9-6, 9-5). Luke King produced five hits in game two for the Green Rockets.

MADRID-WADDINGTON 6-2, TUPPER LAKE 2-3

Zach Brock went 3-for-3 in the opener as the Yellowjackets split an East Division doubleheader with the Lumberjacks (7-6) in Madrid.

Anson Gagnier led Tupper Lake in game two with two hits. Brock produced another 3-for-3 game for Madrid-Waddington (7-5) in game two.

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 11-22, ST. REGIS FALLS 0-2

Jacob St. Mary struck out 10 in the opening game of an East Division doubleheader against St. Regis Falls (1-10) in Brushton.

St. Mary also lined two hits and drove in two runs for the Panthers (12-1). Alex Burnett picked up four hits in the second game.

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