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ADAMS — Logan Hess doubled, tripled and drove in three runs as in South Jefferson’s 14-0 shutout of Watertown on Friday in a Frontier League crossover game Friday.

Aaron Briones doubled and plated a pair of runs for South Jefferson (1-1).

Preston Soluri recorded a pair of hits for Watertown (0-2, 0-1).

COPENHAGEN 7, SOUTH LEWIS 1

Clayton Parkin singled twice and brought in two runs as the Golden Knights topped the Falcons in a crossover game at Copenhagen.

Landon Sullivan also totaled two runs batted in for Copenhagen (3-1).

Marshall Dorrity slapped a run-scoring double for South Lewis (0-3).

SACKETS HARBOR 7, ALEXANDRIA 6 (6)

Tyler Green broke a tie with an RBI-double as Patriots took two of three from the Purple Ghosts on the week in a “D” Division matchup at Alexandria.

game was stopped in the sixth inning due to inclement weather.

Sackets Harbor (2-1) and Alexandria (1-2) split a doubleheader Thursday.

SOFTBALL

SOUTH LEWIS 14, SACKETS HARBOR 9

Shaylagh Randall earned the win on the mound and racked up four RBIs as the Falcons beat the Patriots in a Frontier League crossover game at Sackets Harbor.

Brook Platt tripled and drove in three runs for South Lewis (3-0).

Savannah Chiodi belted a solo home run for Sackets Harbor (0-3).

CARTHAGE 30, COPENHAGEN 12 (5)

Kiannah Ward generated three hits and three RBIs as the Comets downed the Golden Knights in a nonleague matchup in Copenhagen.

Carthage (2-1) scored 11 runs in the first and fourth innings.

Madison Allen singled twice for Copenhagen (0-4).

ALEXANDRIA 18, HERMON-DEKALB 15

Felicity Roberts drove in four runs and registered four hits as the Purple Ghosts outslugged the Green Demons in a nonleague game at Alexandria Bay.

Aly Hyde and Cassidy Megan each brought home two runs for Alexandria (3-0).

Rylie Hale singled, tripled and logged two RBIs for Hermon-DeKalb (1-2).

BOYS LACROSSE

WATERTOWN 7, CANTON 3

Vince Lavarnway’s hat trick helped the host Cyclones open their season with a nonleague victory over the Golden Bears.

Evan Richardson stopped 10 shots for Watertown (1-0).

Daniel Mahoney notched a goal and an assist for Canton (2-1).

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