Ex-coach Clark to go into Section 3 Hall of Fame

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CICERO — Indian River’s Parker Ashley earned a pin in 47 seconds in his match at 113 pounds, but the Fulton wrestling team edged the Warriors, 37-29, in the Section 3 Dual Meet Division I final Thursday at Cicero-North Syracuse.

Gabe Lynch (152) and Hayden Matice (285) each won via fall, while Logan Patterson (132) scored a technical fall for Indian River (14-1).

It was the fourth straight Division I dual meet title for Fulton.

CENTRAL VALLEY 62, GENERAL BROWN 10

Nick Rogers won by pin in his match at 220, but the Thunder won Division II final over the Lions at Cicero-North Syracuse.

Jared Hoard scored a major decision in his match at 106 for General Brown (13-2).

Central Valley on the D-II dual meet crown for the fourth straight year.

BOYS BASKETBALL

SOUTH JEFFERSON 66, IHC 39

Curtis Staie tallied 15 points as the Spartans beat the Cavaliers in a Frontier League “B” Division game at Adams.

Jackson Worden recorded a double-double of 13 points and 13 rebounds for South Jefferson (3-7, 3-4).

Cooper Lawlor led all scorers with 17 points for Immaculate Heart Central (0-11, 0-9).

COPENHAGEN 85, LAFARGEVILLE 47

Cody Powis scored 21 points and hauled in six rebounds, and Lucas Graves scored 20 points to pace the Golden Knights past the Red Knights in a “D” Division game in Copenhagen.

Keegan Morrow scored 19 points and totaled nine rebounds for Copenhagen (11-2, 11-1), which forged a 29-23 lead through the first half, before outscoring LaFargeville, 30-14, in the third quarter to take command.

Jarett Beach scored a game-high 26 points for the Red Knights (6-8, 5-7), and Wyatt Parliament scored 13 points.

LYME 75, ALEXANDRIA 32

Kyle Gaumes scored 25 points as the Indians cruised to a “D” Division triumph over the Purple Ghosts in Alexandria Bay.

Isaiah Wilson contributed 21 points and six rebounds and Tyler Wilson totaled 15 points for Lyme (13-1, 12-0).

Joe Burrows scored 15 points to pace Alexandria (0-13, 0-12).

LOWVILLE 85, SOUTH LEWIS 52

Aiden Zehr posted 23 points as the Red Raiders topped the Falcons for a FL crossover victory in Turin.

Sam Clark, Damon Krop and Aidan Macaulay each scored nine points for Lowville (12-1, 7-0).

Cody Spann led South Lewis (7-8, 6-6) with 17 points.

BEAVER RIVER 66, THOUSAND ISLANDS 31

Zacchaeus Lacomb scored 15 points and Sam Bush totaled 14 points and eight rebounds to lead a balanced effort as the Beavers downed the Vikings in a “C” Division game at Beaver Falls.

Lincoln Becker contributed 13 points and Zach Mast (five rebounds) scored 10 points for Beaver River (11-4, 9-3) against Thousand Islands (9-7, 6-6).

CARTHAGE 68, CANTON 58

Elijah Whitfield poured in 30 points as the Comets defeated the Golden Bears in a nonleague game at Carthage.

Zion Tevaga logged 24 points for Carthage (5-7).

Ashton Cloce scored 25 points for Canton (9-5).

GENERAL BROWN 63, CANASTOTA 45

Nate Heller poured in 26 points, including draining seven 3-pointers, and grabbed seven rebounds to help propel the Lions past the Red Raiders in a nonleague game at Dexter.

De’Shaun Thorigal-Brown contributed 12 points for General Brown (11-3), which led 20-10 after the first quarter and 33-19 at halftime against Canastota (4-9).

GIRLS BASKETBALL

THOUSAND ISLANDS 47, BEAVER RIVER 19

Delaney Wiley scored 19 points as the Vikings downed the Beavers in a “C” Division game at Clayton.

Kennady Amo chipped in 17 points for Thousand Islands (10-5, 7-4).

Brenna Mast led Beaver River (2-10, 2-9) with seven points.

LYME 55, ALEXANDRIA 18

Francesca Gamel scored a game-high 12 points and Callie LaFontaine and Natalya Osokalo each contributed 11 points as the Indians defeated the Purple Ghosts in a “D” Division game at Chaumont.

Riley Aubertine added 10 points for Lyme (12-1, 11-1), which built a 37-7 advantage through the first half against Alexandria (0-13, 0-11).

BOYS SWIMMING

SJ’S ST. CROIX WINS FL DIVING CROWN

South Jefferson’s Jaymeson St. Croix won the FL diving championships in Adams.

St. Croix totaled 312.05 points across his 11 dives. Spartans teammate Jon Smith came in second with 299.10.

Indian River teammates Lawrence Inks, Sam Hayes and Calvin Eggleston rounded out the top five.

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