NORWOOD — Ronlando Gonzalez struck out six in relief as the St. Lawrence Central baseball team defeated Norwood-Norfolk 11-7 in a Northern Athletic Conference East Division game Tuesday afternoon.
The Larries (5-1 overall and division) scored six runs in the top of the third to take a 7-1 lead. Rico DiMatteo and Ansen Weegar each produced two hits for SLC.
Luke Allen led the Flyers (4-1) with two hits, including a double. Seth Gilbert and Jude Lauzon both supplied two hits.
Brody VanBuren was the winning pitcher in game one and lined two hits in both games as the Yellowjackets swept the Saints (0-7, 0-6) in an East Division doubleheader in Madrid.
Brennan Harmer picked up two hits in each game for Madrid-Waddington (6-2).
Jared Lottie threw a two-hitter to lead the Cougars past the Eagles (0-4) in a West Division game in Star Lake.
Justin and Tyler Scott each doubled and singled for Edwards-Knox (2-4).
Ethan Baldwin threw a perfect game in the opener, striking out 13, as the Blue Devils swept the Huskies (2-3) in a Central Division doubleheader in Ogdensburg.
Jackson Troiano struck out eight in game two for Ogdensburg Free Academy (5-2, 4-1), Dawson Scharf doubled twice for the Huskies.
Zackery Goolden threw a four-hit shutout to send the Red Raiders past the Golden Bears (1-2) in a Central Division game in Massena.
Garrett Engstrom lined two hits and drove in three runs for Massena (6-0, 5-0). Robert Southwick and Nevin LaShomb each added two hits.
Sylvain Foisy struck out eight and also lined two hits, driving in three runs, to send the Sandstoners (3-3) past the Wildcats in a Central Division game in Potsdam.
Jacob Link picked up two hits for the Wildcats (1-6, 1-4).
Anna Brady lined three hits as the Yellowjackets (3-3) won the opening game of an East Division doubleheader with the Saints in Madrid.
Sky Bradford was the winning pitcher for the Saints (2-5) in game two and lined a double and single.
Madison McCormick produced two hits in each game as the Bulldogs swept the Eagles (0-7) in a West Division doubleheader in Heuvelton.
Molly Williams also produced two hits for the Bulldogs (7-0) in game two. Kaitlin Sroka doubled and singled twice in game two for the Eagles with Lydia Kerr adding two hits.
Taylor Benda struck out six in the opener to help the Sandstoners (2-3) pick up a split with the Wildcats in a Central Division doubleheader in Potsdam.
Kennedy Wilson picked up three hits for Potsdam and Laney Smith led Gouverneur (3-3) with three hits.
Smith threw a three-hit shutout in game two for Gouverneur. Shea-Marie Mussaw and Jasmine Matice each tallied two hits for the Wildcats.
Mikaylee Henhawk threw a one-hitter in the opener as Salmon River (1-6) won its first game since the 2017 season to pick up a split of a Central Division doubleheader in Malone.
Henkawk struck out seven and also doubled and tripled and drove in two runs.
Alanna Dumas led Malone (2-3) in game two with three hits and drove in two runs. Carli Cartier produced three hits in game two for the Shamrocks.
Indiana Snell doubled and singled and Emma Bloom produced three singles as the Panthers (3-3) defeated the Golden Knights in a nonleague game in Lisbon.
Adrian Duvall led Lisbon (0-8) with five hits.
Noah Strader scored four goals to send OFA past host Sara-Placid (0-8) in an NAC game.
Wyatt Kirby and Carson Wescott both scored three goals for the Blue Devils (8-3, 8-2). Keighan Sias and Drew Costigan both scored two goals for OFA.
Claire Tyo scored five goals as the Red Raiders (8-2, 7-0) rallied from an early 5-1 deficit to beat the Shamrocks in an NAC game in Fort Covington.
Lindsey LaDue and Katelyn Kennedy both scored three goals and Meg Wilmshurst added two.
Paisley Cook led Salmon River (5-3) with four goals and Jillian Benedict and Yanenowi Logan both scored two.
Chelsie Jock picked up seven goals as the Bulldogs (1-8, 1-6) defeated the Blue Devils in an NAC game in Heuvelton.
Cyera McNamara added four goals for Heuvelton.
Paige Mertz led OFA (1-9, 0-7) with five goals and Brinley Frederick added two.
BOYS TRACK AND FIELD
Jeremiah von Borstel won the 110-meter hurdles and 400 hurdles to lead Massena (6-1) to a 164-154 win over Gouverneur in Potsdam.
Gouverneur (3-1), led by wins from Caleb Farr in the triple jump and long jump, defeated the Sandstoners 170-145.
Mike Corbitt (100, 200) and Skye Crocker (800 and 1,600) both won twice for Potsdam (4-1).
Bodie Molnar won the 100, 400 and 800 as Norwood-Norfolk (5-1) defeated Canton in an NAC meet in Norwood.
Levi Sochia won the 100 hurdles and 400 hurdles and Clayton Reed won the 1,600 and high jump for the Flyers.
Ethan Bartlett led Canton (2-3) with wins in the discus and shot put.
GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD
Shacoria Jackson finished first in the shot put and discus as Gouverneur (4-0) defeated Potsdam 169-150 and earned a 184 1/2-132 1/2 win over Massena (6-1) in Potsdam.
Sophia Janoyan won the 100 and long jump and Luca Pecora won the 400 hurdles and triple jump for Potsdam (4-1).
Sydney Lorenc took the 100 and 100 hurdles to lead Canton (3-2) in an NAC meet in Norwood.
Maddie Dinneen won the 400, 800 and 1,500 for Norwood-Norfolk (4-2).