DEXTER — Tre Coney totaled three goals and three assists and Corey O’Connor each scored three goals and assisted on another to pace General Brown’s boys lacrosse team to a 17-1 victory over Immaculate Heart Central on Tuesday night in the Frontier League opener for both teams.

Giovanni Orcesi scored three goals and Riley Foley scored a pair of goals for the Lions (6-1 overall, 1-0 league), who won the league’s “B” Division title last year and went undefeated in league play overall.

Carter Rosbrook chipped in with a goal and two assists for General Brown.

Goalie Cole Grant was credited with 18 saves for the Cavaliers (2-2, 0-1).

Ayden LaFave totaled three goals and an assist and Rowan Marsell scored three goals as the Warriors edged the Spartans in the Frontier League opener for both teams.

Tanner Colvard contributed two goals and an assist and goalie Dillan Nickles made eight saves to record the win Indian River, which has won its first six games of the season.

Austin Mesler scored two goals and assisted on two others for South Jefferson (0-4, 0-1), and goalie Tim Williams finished with 17 saves.

Will De La Garza netted three goals as the Cyclones beat the Lakers in a nonleague game in Watertown.

Ethan Wise totaled a goal and three assists, Joel Robare contributed two goals and an assist and Ryder Simser scored twice for Watertown (2-3). Goalie Evan Richardson made 11 saves.

Brian Pezzi and Cole Basic each scored twice for Cazenovia (1-4).

Will Delano scored six goals and assisted on another to pace the Warriors past the Comets in a nonleague game in Syracuse.

Charlie Bolesh totaled three goals and three assists for Westhill (4-2), and Reilly Sizing finished with two goals and four assists.

Nick Cavellier and Luke Piroli each scored two goals to lead Carthage (1-3).

GIRLS LACROSSE

Alexis Farr and Rachel Black each scored four goals for General Brown in their crossover victory against Indian River in Dexter.

Megan Bennett and Ally Aumell split time in the cage, Aumell recorded four saves and Bennett recorded three saves for the Lions (5-2, 3-0).

Raven Marsell scored three of the four goals for the Warriors (3-3, 0-3).

BASEBALL

Brett Myers homered twice and drove in four runs as the Red Raiders beat the Lions in the season-opening “B” Division game for both schools at Lowville.

Daniel Mayer struck 11 and gave up only two hits in six innings for Lowville (1-0).

Eli Rawleigh collected both hits for General Brown (0-2).

Hunter James singled in Gavin Brown in the bottom of the seventh inning as the Comets rallied to edge the Beavers in a “C” Division game at Sandy Creek.

Logan Haynes doubled in a run to tie the game earlier in the inning for Sandy Creek (1-1). Wyatt Hilton doubled in a pair of runs earlier in the game for the Comets against Beaver River.

SOFTBALL

Hannah Dasno blasted a home run and drove in two RBIs in the Comets’ “C” Division victory over the Beavers in Beaver Falls.

Rosie Walter finished 2-for-3 with two RBIs while Olivia Pappa went 3-for-4 for Sandy Creek (3-0).

GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD

Kaylee Haynes and Maddy Neukirch each won twice as South Jefferson opened the season with a pair of Frontier League opening wins over Beaver River and Carthage at Beaver Falls.

Haynes took first in the 400 meters and 400 hurdles while Neurkirch got first in the 100 hurdles and high jump for South Jefferson (2-0). The Spartans beat the Comets, 101.5-39.5, and the Beavers, 89-52.

Rylee Campeau won the 1,500 for Beaver River (1-1), which beat Carthage, 82-59.

Ericka James was first in the long jump and part of the winning 400 relay for Carthage (0-2).

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