Mashaw carries Heuvelton boys hoops to victory

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DEXTER — Dalton Myers scored 19 points as the Lowville boys basketball team used a second-half surge to defeat General Brown, 51-37, in a Frontier League “B” Division showdown on Thursday night.

Brody Brown contributed 17 points for the Red Raiders (6-0 overall).

Tucker Rosbrook netted 18 points for the Lions (4-1).

NEW HARTFORD 77, WATERTOWN 44

Zach Philipkoski recorded 38 points as the Spartans (6-0) got out fast to beat the host Cyclones in a nonleague game.

Joel Davis generated 14 points for Watertown (2-4).

HEUVELTON 50, CANTON 43

Nathan Mashaw scored 18 points, going 6-for-6 at the free-throw line in the fourth quarter, as the Bulldogs sent the Golden Bears to their first loss of the season in a nonleague game among Northern Athletic Conference schools in Canton.

Tristan Lovely added 12 points and Chris Ashlaw finished with 11 for Heuvelton (5-2).

Chris Downs led all scorers with 24 points for Canton (5-1). Jack Kerrigan scored 12.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

NEW HARTFORD 76, SOUTH JEFFERSON 52

Kaia Henderson totaled 18 points as New Hartford topped South Jefferson in a nonleague battle of Spartans in Adams.

Beverly Rohde contributed 17 points for New Hartford (5-0), which got five players in double figures.

Jackie Piddock was the game’s high scorer with 33 points, and Savannah Hodges added 13 points for South Jefferson (3-4).

MADRID-WADDINGTON 51, ST. LAWRENCE 27

Natalia Pearson scored 16 points as Madrid-Waddington captured the Don Petty Tournament title with a championship game win in Canton.

Lily LaMere contributed 13 points and tournament MVP Grace Plumley scored 11 points for Madrid-Waddington (9-1).

Rylee Daoust scored 12 points for St. Lawrence (4-5).

CANTON 58, EDWARDS-KNOX 24

Ava Hoy connected for 24 points to match Edwards-Knox’s output and lead Canton to the consolation victory in the Don Petty Tournament in Canton.

Freshman Calie Klassen hit five 3-point field goals among her 17 points for the Golden Bears (4-3).

Lily Lottie scored 11 points for Edwards-Knox (2-5).

BOYS HOCKEY

CANTON 6, POTSDAM 5 (OT)

Drew Blevins scored his second goal of the game 3 minutes, 58 seconds into overtime as the Golden Bears edged the Sandstoners in an NAC Division I matchup in Canton.

Rhett Palmer also netted a pair of goals for Canton (4-1, 1-0).

Tyler Berkman notched two goals for Potsdam (1-6, 1-2).

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