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PHILADELPHIA — Sarah Mattingly scored 18 points off six 3-pointers as Indian River opened its season with a 41-38 victory over Frontier League “A” Division rival Carthage in girls basketball Friday.

Katie Brierton added six points and five rebounds for Indian River (1-0).

Zakiya Saunders paced Carthage (1-1) with 13 points and had a chance to tie the game at the end of regulation, but her shot was long.

LOWVILLE 35, SANDY CREEK 31

Alexa Yousey finished with 13 points, including two key 3-pointers in the fourth quarter, to lead the Red Raiders to a season-opening “C” Division victory at Sandy Creek.

Mykayla Howlett scored 10 points for Sandy Creek.

ALEXANDRIA 57, LYME 48

Rachael Calhoun posted a double-double of 19 points and 14 rebounds as the Purple Ghosts opened their league season with a “D” Division win over the Indians in Chaumont.

Hannah Lynch chipped in with 14 points for Alexandria (1-1, 1-0).

Yanna Ososkalo generated 18 points for Lyme (0-2).

SOUTH LEWIS 33, APW 30

Rachel Newell finished with 12 points and five steals to spark the Falcons to a crossover victory at Turin.

Ronni Ehlers and Olivia Fitzgerald pulled down seven and six rebounds, respectively, for South Lewis (1-1), which trailed 23-13 in the third quarter and went on a 20-7 run to close the game.

Kylee Bartlett scored 10 points for Altmar-Parish-Williamstown (1-1).

LAFARGEVILLE 44, COLTON-PIERREPONT 21

Lauren Labiendo scored a game-high 15 points as the Red Knights routed the Colts in the first round of the Morristown Tournament in Morristown.

Krysti Brow tallied 15 points and grabbed 15 rebounds for LaFargeville (1-1), which faces Gouverneur in the championship at 6:15 p.m. today.

Morgan Doyle collected 14 points for Colton-Pierrepont (0-1).

GOUVERNEUR 54, MORRISTOWN 9

Rebecca Bulsiewicz led the Wildcats wwith 13 points in a win over Morristown in a semifinal of the Morristown Tournament.

CANTON 46, TUPPER LAKE 26

Emily Rexford scored 14 points for the Golden Bears in a nonleague win over the Lumberjacks (0-2) in Tupper Lake. Kali Frank added 10 points for the Golden Bears (1-0). Katie Stuart scored nine for Tupper Lake.

QUEENSBURY 50, OFA 39

Riley Luckie scored 16 points to lead the Blue Devils (0-1) in a loss at Queensbury. Meg Dodge added 10 points for OFA.

BOYS BASKETBALL

APW 65, SOUTH LEWIS 36

Baron Correll supplied nine points to lead a balanced Rebel attack as they christened their new gym with a crossover win over the Falcons in Parish.

Jimmy Durgan and Jarid Paninski each scored eight points for Altmar-Parish-Williamstown (1-1).

Matt Mooney led all scorers with 10 points for South Lewis (0-2).

WHITESBORO 82, WATERTOWN 57

Tom Sblenorio led the Warriors with 22 points as they downed the Cyclones in the first round of the Central Square tournament.

Tim Borza hit five 3-pointers for Whitesboro (1-0), which faces host Central Square in the championship game today.

Willie Scott scored 16 points for Watertown (0-1), hitting five 3-pointers. Siraj Sindhu added 12 points and Mason Phillips 10 for the Cyclones (0-1), who play Rome Free Academy at 1 p.m. today.

MADRID-WADDINGTON 78, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 51

Colin O’Bryan scored 23 points, grabbed nine rebounds and made nine steals to lead the Yellow Jackets (2-0) over the Panthers in the final of the John Dinneen Tournament in Madrid.

Mike Wright scored 15 points and Jacob Barney tallied 11 for Madrid-Waddington. Terry Crump added 10 points.

Zach Burnett led the Panthers (1-1) with 18 points.

TUPPER LAKE 58, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 26

Anson Gagnier tallied 13 points as the Lumberjacks cruised by the Flyers (0-2) in the consolation game in Madrid. Mitch Keniston and Brock Tarbox each scored 11 for Tupper Lake (1-1).

OFA 55, SHENENDEHOWA 53

Matt Piercey led a balanced OFA offense with 19 points as the Blue Devils (1-0) in Clifton Park. Breton LaRose added 14 points, followed by Kinnon LaRose with 11.

COLTON-PIERREPONT 50, CLIFTON-FINE 28

The Colts (2-0) raced out to a 16-6 lead by the end of the first quarter and never looked back in a semifinal of the St. Regis Falls Tournament. Zack Farr tossed in a game-high 15 points.

CHATEAUGAY 62, ST. LAWRENCE 55

Noah Bowes tallied 33 points and grabbed eight rebounds as Chateaugay (1-0) defeated St. Lawrence in a semifinal of the Bobcat Shootout in Ellenburg.

MALONE 70, BERNE-KNOX 56

Jon Dunlavey paced the Huskies (1-0) with 16 points in win over Waterloo’s Berne-Knox in Clifton Park.

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