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High school roundup: Beaver River scores Section 3 softball victory

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WEEDSPORT — Sidney Hawksley drove in three runs as the No. 7 Beaver River softball team upset second-seeded Weedsport, 5-0, in a Section 3 Class C-2 quarterfinal Thursday afternoon.

Taylor Buell pitched a complete-game three-hit shutout for the Beavers (8-9), who face No. 6 West Canada Valley Saturday at a time yet to be determined.

Abby Marsden struck out 15 for the Warriors (11-3).

SANDY CREEK 33, BISHOP GRIMES 9

Kylee Martin went 3-for-3 and drove in six runs as the top-seeded Comets scored 12 times in their first at bat en route to a Class C-2 quarterfinal win at home.

Sandy Creek (14-3) hosts Fabius-Pompey in the semifinals at 1 p.m. Saturday.

Peyton Miller contributed four hits for Sandy Creek, which banged out 20 hits. Carley Stoker recorded three hits, including a double, and finished with five RBIs.

COPENHAGEN 18, DERUYTER 0

Brooke Spaulding struck out 17 and tossed a no-hitter as the fifth-seeded Golden Knights blanked the No. 12 Rockets in a Class D first round game at Copenhagen.

Laura Graves went 2-for-3 with 5 RBIs for Copenhagen (13-4), which will play at No. 4 Cincinatus Saturday at a time yet to be determined.

DeRuyer finihed at 6-9.

ALEXANDRIA 16, POLAND 0

Amanda Lingenfelter went 4-for-4 with a double, triple and three RBIs as the No. 9 Purple Ghosts blanked the eight-seeed Tornadoes in Class D first round game at Poland.

Morgan Weaver registered four RBIs for Alexandria (9-6), which faces top-seeded Stockbridge Valley 1 p.m. Sunday.

Mikayla Blumenstock singled twice for Poland (5-9).

ORISKANY 10, LYME 2

The third-seeded Redskins (16-3) used a six-run second inning to eliminate the No. 14 Indians in a Class D first round at Oriskany

Meghan Goutremout and Lauren Barry each generated a pair of hits for Lyme (5-10).

In Class A, No. 9 Indian River (7-7) lost to eight-seeded Cortland (10-11), 14-5.

BASEBALL

ALEXANDRIA 4, STOCKBRIDGE VALLEY 3

Cody Hunter finished with two hits and drove in three runs as the No. 11 Alexandria baseball upset third-seeded Stockbridge Valley in a Section 3 Class D first-round game in Munnsville.

Dylan Delosh pitched a complete game for the Purple Ghosts (5-10), who plays at No. 3 Brookfield in Saturday’s semfinals.

SACKETS HARBOR 4, REMSEN 2

Colton Belcher had three hits and drove in all four runs as the No. 5 Patriots earned a Class D first-round win at Sackets Harbor.

One of Belcher’s hits was a double as Sackets Harbor (11-4) moved on to play at No. 3 New York Mills at 5 p.m. Saturday in the quarterfinals.

Josh Keruski pitched the first five innings to gain the win.

MARCELLUS 8, LOWVILLE 4

The No. 11 Red Raiders saw their season come to and end with a Class B first-round loss at No. 6 Marcellus.

Billy Larkins and Jake McConoughey each had two hits for Lowville (7-10).

In another Class B game. No. 3 Holland Patent (16-3) posted a 7-2 home win over No. 14 South Jefferson (6-11).

HOMER 14, INDIAN RIVER 5

Jake Casey homered as a part of his five RBIs as the seventh-seeded Trojans beat the No. 10 Warriors in a Class A first round game at Homer.

Evan Morine collected two hits and two RBIs for Indian River (6-8).

In Class C, ninth-seeded Cato-Meridian (7-7) edged No. 8 Thousand Islands (8-8) 3-1 in nine innings.

GOLF

Leek advances in tourney

LaFargeville’s Dan Leek carded a 4-over-par 76 Thursday to lead all Frontier League golfers at the first day of the Section 3 Individual Golf Championships played at Seven Oaks Golf Course in Hamilton. Lee fired nines of 1-under-par 35 on the front and 5-over-par 41 on the back side to tie for second place with Joe Petrin of Cicero-N. Syracuse and Mike May of Auburn.

He is the only Frontier League golfer to qualify for Saturday’s second round.

TRACK AND FIELD

NEDDO PACES BEAVER RIVER

Eighth-grader Sierra Neddo won two events and finished second in another to pace the Beavers in the Class C2 sectional meet at South Lewis.

Neddo won the 100 hurdles and the 400 hurdles and was second in the triple jump for Beaver River, which was the team leader when competition was suspended because of inclement weather. The meet will be resumed today at the same site.

The Beavers also won the 3,200-meter relay and the 400 relay events. Beaver River took the top five spots in the 2,000 steeplechase — led by Taylor Moore and Shawna Rice. Courtney Cardinal placed second in the discus.

In the C1 championship meet at South Lewis which was also suspended, Christina Platt won the pole vault for the Falcons.

Teammate Jordan Lehman (94-9) finished second in the discus. South Lewis was runner-up in the 3,200 relay.

Spartans’ FEE, TYLER 2nd

South Jefferson’s Alex Rogers and Alex Fee earned second place in the shot put and discus, respectively, at the Section 3 Class B-1 meet at Marcellus.

Nate Tyler earned third in the 3,200 meters and fourth in the 1,600.

WORRALL PLACES FOR LOWVILLE

Isaac Worrall placed in three events as the Red Raiders finished seventh out of nine teams in the Class B-2 meet at Marcellus.

Worrall took second in the 200 meter dash, fourth in the 100 dash and 12th in the long jump. Lowville scored 12 team points.

Clinton won the event with 146 points, followed by Jordan-Elbridge and Adirondack.

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