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High school roundup: McConnell's single sends Watertown to softball victory against Lowville

Apr. 2—WATERTOWN — Payton McConnell singled to center field to score Myles Evans with the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning to give Watertown a 7-6 Frontier League "A/B" Division-opening softball victory over Lowville on Monday at the Alex Duffy Fairgrounds.

McConnell finished 2-for-4 with three RBIs for Watertown, which rallied for three runs in the seventh for the win.

Evans added a home run and scored three times. Mallory Peters went 3-for-4 with a double for the Cyclones and scored two runs. Layla Rogers recorded the victory in relief on the mound.

Anna Dening went 2-for-3 for Lowville. She also struck out nine as the starting pitcher.

SANDY CREEK 8, THOUSAND ISLANDS 3

Mikayla Glazier went 3-for-3 with two RBIs and Scout Preston was 3-for-4 with an RBI and three runs scored as Sandy Creek won its "C" Division opener over Thousand Islands in Sandy Creek.

Madden Soluri was 1-for-2 with three RBIs and also pitched five innings, striking out five and allowing three hits.

Julia Hollister added two hits and scored two runs for the Comets and Peyton Clark hit a triple.

BELLEVILLE HENDERSON 14, LAFARGEVILLE 3

Jaselyn Nolder went 2-for-3 with a triple, knocking in three runs and scoring three times as the Panthers defeated the Red Knights in a "D" Division opener in Belleville.

Eily Vaughn and Courtney Hanson each supplied two hits and scored three times for Belleville Henderson.

Kadence Millard tossed a complete-game five-hitter for the Panthers.

GENERAL BROWN 11, INDIAN RIVER 5

General Brown totaled 12 hits en route to the "A/B" Division opening win at Philadelphia.

BASEBALL

SOUTH JEFFERSON 7, INDIAN RIVER 0

Ryker Pennock, David Lohrmann III and Derek Rice combined on a no-hitter with 17 totals strikeouts as South Jefferson blanked Indian River in an "A/B" Division-opening game at Philadelphia.

Pennock and Lohrmann each pitched three innings with Pennock striking out nine and Lohrman six. Rice threw an inning with two strikeouts.

Pennock added a double and RBI at the plate and Rice also recorded a double and drove in a run. Grant Clark singled, doubled and knocked in two runs. Nate Matteson also drove in two and had a base hit.

WATERTOWN 6, BEAVER RIVER 3

Watertown jumped out to an early 3-0 lead en route to the interdivision win against Beaver River in Beaver Falls.

Danny Maurer drove in two runs for the Cyclones. John Flowers went 1-for-3 with an RBI. Grayden Decker and Jayveon Richey each drove in a run.

Kade Schneider hit a solo home run for Beaver River. Carter Rice and Bobby Hazard each singled and drove in a run.

SACKETS HARBOR 9, COPENHAGEN 8

Jake Peters went 3-for-3 with a double, walk and two runs batted in as the Patriots prevailed over the Golden Knights in a back-and-forth game that was the "D" Division season-opener for both teams.

Luke Peters also went 3-for-3 with two RBIs for Sackets Harbor. Ethan Tracy went 2-for-4 with a double.

Logan L'Huillier knocked in two runs on two hits for Copenhagen. Ayden Sheitz drove in two runs. Landon Sullivan and Clay Vogt each recorded a hit and drove in a run.

BELLEVILLE HENDERSON 5, LYME 4

Kadon Nolder went 2-for-4 with a triple and an RBI as Belleville Henderson edged Lyme in a "D" Division opener at Belleville.

Cayden Randall also went 2-for-4 with an RBI for the Panthers. Josh Hemingway doubled and drove in a run. Brandon Dodge received the win in relief, pitching three innings and allowing three hits. Starter Brittan Cross struck out 13 in five innings.

BOYS LACROSSE

WATERTOWN 14, CARTHAGE 5

Jack Adams supplied three goals and four assists as the Cyclones burst to an 8-2 first half lead en route to the nonleague victory over the Comets in Watertown.

Jack Rathbun followed with three goals and assist for WHS (1-0). Nico Spaziani finished with two goals and an assist and Jack Converse and Antonio Marzano each scored twice. Owen O'Donnell and Lawson Wise contributed a goal each and Brayden Hunter assisted on two goals.

For Carthage (1-1), Grant Dicob recorded two goals and an assist and Evan Dicob two goals. Michael Ventiquattro also scored.

SOUTH JEFFERSON 17, LOWVILLE 2

Chase Waite struck for six goals and three assist as the Spartans burst to the 15-point nonleague victory in Lowville.

Corbin O'Brien added three goals and two assists for South Jefferson (1-0) and Andre Watts three goals and an assist. Chase Bickle provided a goal and three assists. Gavin Warner scored twice. Adam Pooler and Lane Mercer each added a goal. Noah Cousins made five stops in goal.

Cody Kempney and Will Vokey each scored for Lowville (0-3).

INDIAN RIVER 6, THOUSAND ISLANDS 4

Riley Alexander and Brady Lynch scored two goals apiece in the Wolves nonleague victory over the Vikings in Clayton.

Connor McMahon and Caiden Elliott each added a goal for Indian River (1-1).

Nolan Doxtater scored twice for Thousand Islands (0-1). Thomas Bernhardt added a goal and an assist and Colin Huizenga also scored.

GENERAL BROWN 20, IMMACULATE HEART 0

Nolan Ganter led the way with seven goals and two assists as the Lions gained the nonleague victory over the Cavaliers in Dexter.

Luke Dupee added four goals and two assists for General Brown (2-2). Gabe Secreti finished with two goals and three assists and Cam Thomas two goals and two assists. Dom Morgia contributed two goals and an assist. Dawson Foley, Ryan Chamberlain and Riley Cornell scored a goal each. Ethan McConnell assisted on two goals.

GIRLS LACROSSE

INDIAN RIVER 15, IMMACULATE HEART 1

Michaela Delles scored five goals and Keera LaLonde totaled two goals and five assists in Indian River's victory over IHC in Philadelphia.

Delles added an assist for Indian River (2-1). Ravan Marsell followed with two goals and three assists and Allison LaMora two goals and two assists.

Kallie Delles contributed two goals and an assist. Carolina Burnard and Brylee Amato added a goal apiece for Indian River.