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High school roundup: Martin pitches, bats Heuvelton to win

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HEUVELTON — Mike Martin pitched the win, striking out six, and also tallied two hits to lead the Heuvelton baseball team to a 9-1 victory over Lisbon in a Northern Athletic Conference West Division game Wednesday.

Ben Jacobs also lined two hits for the Bulldogs (13-2 overall, 13-1 division). Alex Arduine led Lisbon (6-7) with two hits.

HARRISVILLE 22, CLIFTON-FINE 2

Jared Dreythaler, Justin Brackett and Justin Hartle each picked up four hits as the Pirates routed the Eagles (3-11) in a West Division game in Harrisville.

Kevin Kapfer and Chris Sullivan both tallied three hits for Harrisville (12-1).

HAMMOND 7-16, HERMON-DEKALB 2-1

Collin Martin was the winning pitcher in both games as Hammond swept Hermon-DeKalb (0-13) in a West Division doubleheader in DeKalb Junction.

Martin also lined two hits in both games for the Red Devils (4-10).

Payton Frisina went 4-for-4 in game two. Tom Fleming went 3-for-4 for the Red Devils.

MADRID-WADDINGTON 18-5, ST. REGIS FALLS 2-1

Noah Blair and Jacob Barney each won games as Madrid-Waddington (9-5) swept St. Regis Falls in an East Division game in St. Regis Falls.

Louis Goodrow tripled in game two for the Saints (1-12).

POTSDAM 14, OFA 4

Will Coleman doubled twice and also added a single to lead Potsdam (11-3, 11-1) past Ogdensburg Free Academy in a Central Division game in Ogdensburg.

Ogdensburg Free Academy (8-4, 7-4) suffered a second loss when standout Seth Pinkerton suffered a concussion while attempting to avoid a tag at second base. Pinkerton’s father, Tom, who is also the team’s coach, said he may not be available until the Section 10 Class B championship game.

Ben Miller lined three hits for Potsdam.

MASSENA 9, SALMON RIVER 0

Isaiah Dillabough struck out eight and allowed just two hits as the Red Raiders shut out the Shamrocks (1-11) in a Central Division game in Massena.

Dillabough also lined two hits for the Red Raiders (11-2, 9-2).

SOFTBALL

MALONE 8-3, GOUVERNEUR 0-0

Malone held Gouverneur (5-9) to one total hit in a Central Division doubleheader sweep.

Alissa McCauley threw a perfect game in the opener for Malone (16-2, 14-0), striking out 10. Janelle Heden paced the offense with two home runs.

Annie Sharlow threw a one-hitter in game two, and Alexa Prue led the Huskies with a pair of hits.

MASSENA 21, SALMON RIVER 2

The Red Raiders scored 14 runs in the third inning to defeat the Shamrocks (3-11) in a Central Division game in Massena.

Katelyn Malone finished with three hits, including two doubles, for Massena (9-9, 8-5). Taylor Day and Thomas each added two hits.

OFA 18, POTSDAM 2

Madi Bresett lined three hits to send the Blue Devils past the Sandstoners (0-13) in a Central Division game in Ogdensburg. Adriana Compo and Cheyenne Tyo both picked up two hits for the Blue Devils (8-6).

HEUVELTON 16, LISBON 0

Hannah Thornhill hit a grand slam to help the Bulldogs defeat the Golden Knights (9-5) in a West Division game in Heuvelton.

Paige McCormick, Alexis Sawyer, Logan Tallman, Alexis Weidner, Macy Richardson and Shelby Williams each picked up two hits for the Bulldogs (16-0, 14-0).

HAMMOND 17-16, HERMON-DEKALB 0-4

Mikayla Horton threw a five-inning, no-hitter in the opening game of a West Division doubleheader as Hammond swept Hermon-DeKalb (3-13, 3-11) in a West Division game in DeKalb Junction.

Horton also added two hits for the Red Devils (10-4). Paige Frisina lined two hits for Hammond in game two.

HARRISVILLE 15, CLIFTON-FINE 11

Delaney Baker tripled twice and also singled sending Harrisville (3-13, 3-11) past Clifton-Fine in a West Division game at Harrisville. Emory Matott also lined three hits for the Pirates. Shelby Peabody produced four hits, including two doubles, for the Eagles (0-14).

COLTON-PIERREPONT 8, PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 0

Sabrina Johnson struck out nine and threw a two-hitter to lead Colton-Pierrepont past Parishville-Hopkinton (3-11) in an East Division game in Parishville.

Morgan Burns and Even Whalen both produced three hits for the Colts (11-3).

BOYS LACROSSE

SALMON RIVER 18, SARANAC LAKE 3

A four-goal game from Karonhiate Lazore sent top-seeded Salmon River past No. 4 Saranac Lake (3-11) in a Section 10 Class C semifinal in Fort Covington.

Salmon River (15-0) will face No. 2 Canton in the championship game at 7 p.m. on May 28 at SUNY Canton.

Skkylar Thomas scored three goals with two assists for the Shamrocks. Kyle Lewis, Frank David and Bryton Burns each scored twice. Kason Tarbell, Skye Sunday, Trenton Tarbell, Russ Oakes and Alan Jacobs each scored single goals.

Jeff Stevens scored two goals and Oliver Holmes also scored for the Red Storm.

CANTON 12, ST. LAWRENCE 8

Garrett Glasgow and Peyton VanBibber each scored two goals and assisted on two more to lead No. 2 Canton past No. 3 St. Lawrence Central (6-9) in a Class C semifinal in Canton.

Isaac Thrasher also scored twice for Canton (11-5). Cody Moore, Gage Emerson, Louden Porter, Josh Huiatt, Jake Facey and Mark Mahoney each added single goals.

Marshall Burninghausen led the Larries with three goals. Jake Sutton scored twice and Brody Simonds, Styles Arquiett and Luke Collins added single goals.

MASSENA 17, COLTON-PIERREPONT 2

Nick Henrie and Sako Rourke each scored three goals to lead the No. 1 Red Raiders past the No. 4 Colts in a Class B semifinal in Massena.

The Red Raiders (12-5) will face No. 3 Potsdam in the championship game at 5 p.m. on May 28 at SUNY Canton.

Ross Driscoll, Ryan Thomas and Hunter Pyke each scored two goals for the Red Raiders. Kendrick Angus, Rhoades Tarbel, Cole Allen, Brendan Broderick and Zach Koszan scored single goals for Massena.

Noah Whalen and Mark Dumas scored for the Colts (0-14).

POTSDAM 10, OFA 9

Potsdam outscored the No. 2 Blue Devils 5-0 in the fourth quarter to claim a win in a Class B semifinal in Ogdensburg. Josh Sanchez scored the game-winner for Potsdam (5-10) with 106 seconds left in the game.

Sam Woods led Potsdam with five goals. Sanchez finished with three goals and two assists. Max Worden scored two goals. Billy Bergan and Carson Green also scored.

Taylor Richardson led OFA (7-8) with five goals. Andrew Roddy added four goals for the Blue Devils.


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