LAFARGEVILLE Caitlyn Graves made two free throws with 1.7 seconds remaining to lift the Sackets Harbor girls basketball team to a 39-37 season-opening Frontier League D Division victory over host LaFargeville on Wednesday.
Jordan Gonseth finished with 14 points and seven rebounds, and Joan Cuddeback contributed 10 points and 16 rebounds for Sackets Harbor.
Lauren Labiendo scored a game-high 15 points for LaFargeville.
COPENHAGEN 65, LYME 23
Brooke Spaulding hit three 3-point field goals and finished with 15 points as the Golden Knights started the season with a D Division win in Chaumont.
Logan Wheeler scored 11 points and Marinda Allen provided 10 points, eight rebounds and five steals for Copenhagen.
Mikayla Warren scored a team-high 12 points for Lyme.
CARTHAGE 43, GENERAL BROWN 33
Zakiya Saunders finished with 14 points, 11 rebounds, six assists, six steals and three blocked shots to lead the Comets to a season-opening crossover victory at Dexter.
Kayla Gonzalez recorded 13 points, and Ashley Hall grabbed eight rebounds for Carthage.
Rhea Pitkin scored 11 points for General Brown.
A-P-W 32, IHC 27
Kylee Bartlett scored 14 points and added six steals to lift the Rebels to a season-opening crossover win in Parish.
Erin Stever supplied seven steals, and Alexis Stevens hauled in nine rebounds for Altmar-Parish-Williamstown.
Becca Lazore and Brittany Dunnigan scored six points apiece for Immaculate Heart Central.
HERMON-DEKALB 69, ALEXANDRIA 39
Clarissa Davis made six 3-pointers en route to 18 points, and added seven rebounds and five steals as the Demons beat the Purple Ghosts in a nonleague game in DeKalb Junction.
Kasey ODonnell added 10 points, 10 assists and nine steals for Hermon-DeKalb.
Hannah Lynch led Alexandria with 18 points, while Lorraine Beard had 13.
SALMON RIVER 52, COLTON-PIERREPONT 26
Abby Kelly tossed in 25 points and Kwiio King had 14 as the Shamrocks worked their way to a 29-8 halftime lead in a nonleague game against Colton-Pierrepont in Fort Covington.
Morgan Doyle led the Colts with 10 points, seven rebounds and five steals.
MADRID-WADDINGTON 75, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 21
Colin OBryan scored 19 points and added 10 steals to lead defending state Class D runner-up Madrid-Waddington to an easy win over Norwood-Norfolk in a semifinal of the John Dinneen Tournament in Madrid.
Madrid-Waddington will meet Brushton-Moira in the title game at 7 p.m. on Friday, while the Flyers face Tupper Lake in the consolation game at the same time.
Richard Wright scored 13 points for Madrid-Waddington. Dan Devins led the Flyers with 10 points.
BRUSHTON-MOIRA 60, TUPPER LAKE 42
Justin Lavarnway scored 16 points to lead the Panthers past Tupper Lake in the other semifinal. The game was also an Northern Athletic Conference North Division contest.
Adam Martin and Zach Burnett both scored 11 points, and Alex Burnett added 10 for the Panthers. Mitch Keniston threw in 21 points to lead Tupper Lake.
SANDY CREEK 3, LOWVILLE 2
Maddie Bush finished with 21 service points and seven digs to help lift the Comets to a 13-25, 26-24, 19-25, 25-11, 25-9 Frontier League C Division victory at Lowville.
McKenna Guarasce had 10 kills, while Viki White had six aces and 16 assists, and Kylie Martin added six aces, 13 assists and four digs for Sandy Creek (2-0).
Haley Riley had 16 kills, and Tasha Widrick recorded 29 assists for Lowville (0-1).
Beaver River 3, Thousand Islands 0
Keegan Bowman led the Beavers with 19 service points and 10 assists during a C Division match at Clayton.
Genevieve Fidler had 10 kills for Beaver River, which won 25-22, 25-14, 25-22, and Madison Compton had 17 digs.
Aimie Ferguson led the Vikings with 10 assists and Autumn Dutcher had nine kills.
SOUTH LEWIS 3, BELLEVILLE HENDERSON 0
Heather Bates provided 21 service points, including 11 aces, and three kills to lead the Falcons to a 25-23, 25-15, 25-17 C Division victory at Belleville.
Tasha Ortlieb pitched in with eight points, including five aces, and Gabby Hartley added five kills for South Lewis in its season opener.
Jordan Fitzgerald recorded seven points, seven aces and four kills, while Haley Contryman supplied nine points, including eight aces, for Belleville Henderson (0-2).