CARTHAGE — The Carthage boys tennis team took four out five divisions to win the Frontier League championships Tuesday.

Lelan O’Brien continued his league unbeaten streak by beating Scott Diange of Alexandria, 7-6 (7-3), 6-2, to win the first singles crown. Cole Gittins bested Alexandria’s Colby Burrows, 6-4, 6-1, to get the second singles crown.

The Comets doubles teams of Braeden Dorchester and Brecken Feldman, Gerard Hough and Ryan Kahle took the first and second doubles, respectively.

Indian River’s Erron Breedlove won the third singles crown, 0-6, 6-4, 7-5, over Alexandria’s Mason Gorman.

Alexandria finished second in the team competition while Indian River was third and Lowville took fourth.

GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD

Tazanna Molnar and Brooke Everson were each three-time winners as South Lewis swept Indian River and Beaver River to earn a third straight undefeated Frontier League season.

Molnar took first in the 100- and 400-meter hurdles and the long jump while Everson got wins in the high jump, long jump and was part of 400 relay for South Lewis (6-0), which beat Beaver River, 118-23, and Indian River, 116-25.

Cassidy Burns was second in the shot put and high jump for Beaver River (3-3), which beat Indian River, 91-48.

Tiffany Plunkett won the 100 and 200 for Indian River (1-4).

GIRLS LACROSSE

Amanda McElheran scored seven goals and assisted on another and Julia Netto scored the deciding goal with 2 minutes and 46 seconds remaining in regulation as the Cavaliers held off the Comets to record a Frontier League victory at Immaculate Heart Central.

Kennedy Lawler and Kate O’Neil each tallied a pair of goals for IHC (5-5, 3-5) and goalie Sarah Kamide made three saves to record the win.

Netto scored her only goal of the game to provide the Cavaliers with a 13-11 advantage.

Claire Odett, who finished with seven goals, drew Carthage (8-5, 4-4) within a goal with her tally with 2:30 left. Gia Doldo contributed two goals and goalie Jayden Brown finished with eight saves.

Julia Lavarnway totaled nine points, including three goals, and Sarah Kilburn scored six goals and assisted on another to spark the Cyclones past the Golden Bears in a nonleague game in Watertown.

Brenna Smith scored three goals for Watertown (6-5), which built a 10-7 lead by halftime before pulling away for the win.

Amaya Goodman chipped in with a pair of goals for the Cyclones.

Etta Coburn scored six goals to pace Canton (6-2) and Morgan Whitman scored three goals.

Savannah Fish scored three goals for South Jefferson but it wasn’t enough as the Spartans fell to the Wildcats in a nonleague game in Camillus.

Mackenzie Alexander also scored twice for the Spartans (8-4).

The Wildcats (8-6) received three goals from Makenzie Winn.

BASEBALL

Lyme swept Alexandria in a doubleheader in Alexandria behind the pitching of Mikey Flyzik and Zach Goutremout.

Flyzik struck out 10 batters in game one while allowing only one hit and one run. Padraic Williams was 2-for-3 at the plate with five runs batted in for Lyme (7-1, 5-1).

In game two Zach Goutremout struck out 11 batters and also allowed one hit. Goutremout and Flyzik drove in two runs in the second game.

Joe Papin and Rocco Manner recorded each of the two hits for Alexandria (2-6, 2-5).

SOFTBALL

Claire Moran went 4-for-4 as the Warriors downed the Cyclones in a Frontier League “A” Division game at Philadelphia.

Adrien LaMora tripled twice for Indian River (5-4, 5-3).

McKenna Kelly doubled for Watertown (0-6).

Ally Wargo’s two-run, game-ending single capped a three-run rally in the seventh as the Lions got past the Red Raiders in a “B” Division game at Dexter.

Ashlee Ward collected three hits while Marissa Valvo and Kori Nichols each got a pair of hits for General Brown (6-3, 5-3), which will host Sandy Creek at 4:30 p.m. today in a Pink Out game.

Bailey Zicari doubled and tripled for Lowville (2-4).

Charisma DeMarse doubled, tripled and drove in five runs as the Red Knights blanked the Purple Ghosts (0-6) in a “D” Division game at LaFargeville.

Emma Timerman registered two hits and four RBIs for LaFargeville (8-0).

Johnson Newspapers 7.1

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