WATERTOWN — Delaney Callahan scored three goals, including the first two goals of the game, as Watertown’s girls soccer team blanked Immaculate Heart Central, 4-0, on Thursday night in a Frontier League division crossover game.
Goalkeeper Alana Mastin made 11 saves to record the shutout for the “A” Division champion Cyclones, who improve to 13-1-2 and finished league play at 10-1-1.
Chloe Adams assisted on three goals for Watertown and Alex Macutek tallied a goal.
Goalie Talisa Lachnit finished with five saves for “B” Division champion Immaculate Heart Central (13-3, 9-3).
SOUTH JEFFERSON 3, LOWVILLE 1
Alysse Perry scored a pair of goals as South Jefferson rallied from an early 1-0 deficit to defeat Lowville (8-5, 7-4) in a crossover game in Adams.
Macy Shultz also scored for the Spartans (9-5-1, 6-5-1). Alayna Bush, Brooke Perry and Reese Widrick supplied assists.
GENERAL BROWN 3, COPENHAGEN 1
Karsyn Fields scored a pair of goals and assisted on another as the Lions defeated the Golden Knights in a nonleague game in Copenhagen.
Kori Nichols tallied a goal and recorded two assists for General Brown (9-6), and goalie Geona Wood made eight saves to record the win.
Aubree Smykla scored a goal for Copenhagen (8-6-1) and goalie Paetyn Vogt finished with nine saves.
LYME 4, IMMACULATE HEART 2
Jon LaFontaine scored a pair of goals and Derek Radley and Derrike Goutremout each contributed a goal and an assist as the Indians (11-3) defeated the Cavaliers (3-4) in a nonleague game in Watertown.
EAST SYRACUSE-MINOA 41, CARTHAGE 38
The Spartans (3-4) outlasted the Comets in a Section 3 Class A division crossover game held in Carthage.
Carter Kempney rushed for 312 yards on 41 carries and scored four touchdowns for Carthage (2-2).