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Mason Phillips scored 14 points and hit a 3-point field goal with 12 seconds left to lead the Watertown boys basketball team to a 50-48 overtime victory over General Brown in a Frontier League crossover game on Friday night.

Phillips’ basket put the Cyclones (2-5, 2-3) up two and then the defense stopped the Lions (0-8, 0-7). Shyheim Gadson netted a season-high 14 points for Watertown, while Willie Scott had 11 points.

Rob Pickeral led General Brown with 14 points.

SOUTH JEFFERSON 56, A-P-W 39

Jacob Worden had a game-high 21 points and hauled in 14 rebounds to pace the unbeaten Spartans to a “B” Division triumph in Adams.

Tom Bassett had 15 points and seven assists for South Jefferson (6-0, 7-0). Jordan Schloop added 14 points for the Spartans.

Ty Christian scored 10 points to pace the Rebels (4-3).

THOUSAND ISLANDS 64, LYME 56

Quincy Aubertine poured in 32 points to pace the Vikings to a crossover victory in Chaumont.

Reed Donnelly added 15 points for Thousand Islands (6-1), which withstood a rally bid by the Indians in the second half.

Troy Wilson’s 15 points paced Lyme (5-2). Darius Reed contributed 13 points for the Indians and Kody Goutremout chipped in with 10 points.

SOUTH LEWIS 48, SACKETS HARBOR 41

Jason Martin scored 20 points and Logan Marloff had 11 as the Falcons (4-4) beat the Patriots in a crossover game in Sackets.

Zach Rousseau led all scorers with 24 points for Sackets Harbor (4-3, 4-2).

GIRLS BASKETBALL

SOUTH JEFFERSON 50, A-P-W 29

Brooke VanCoughnett scored a game-high 14 points and grabbed 15 rebounds to go with five assists, fueling the unbeaten Spartans to a “B” Division victory in Parish.

Clarissa Perry added 13 points for South Jefferson (6-0). Austin Stevens chipped in with 11 points for the Spartans.

Kylee Bartlett’s 10 points paced the Rebels (3-5).

GENERAL BROWN 43, WATERTOWN 29

Monica Makuch had 12 points and eight rebounds in the Lions’ crossover victory at Dexter.

Katie Pitkin chipped in with 11 points, eight rebounds and three assists, and Hope VanBrocklin added five rebounds for General Brown (3-3).

Hannah Levine scored a game-high 13 points for Watertown (1-5).

SACKETS HARBOR 36, SOUTH LEWIS 28

Joan Cuddeback connected for 19 points to guide the Patriots to a crossover victory at Turin.

Nicole Menapace added nine points for Sackets Harbor (5-1), while Olivia Fitzgerald scored 10 points for South Lewis (5-2).

COPENHAGEN 40, SANDY CREEK 22

Logan Wheeler scored nine points to lead a balanced Golden Knights’ attack as they beat the Comets for a crossover win in Sandy Creek.

Marinda Allen had seven points for Copenhagen (4-2). Toni Gray and Amber Bonney each had seven points for Sandy Creek (1-6).

INDIAN RIVER 52, V-V-S 28

Sarah Mattingly and Katie Brierton each supplied 11 points as the Warriors downed the Red Devils in nonleague play at Philadelphia.

Lakeisha Barnes added eight points and six steals for Indian River (7-1). Vernon-Verona-Sherrill fell to 1-4.

CANTON 62, POTSDAM 47

Emma Rexford scored 14 points to lead the Golden Bears (5-1, 4-1) past Potsdam in an Northern Athletic Conference Central Division game in Canton.

Kali Frank and Tori Daley each scored 13 points for Canton. Shanielle Chambers led Potsdam (0-6, 0-5) with 15 points. Breanne Sapp scored 12 points and Sarah Vivlamore added 10 for the Sandstoners.

VOLLEYBALL

THOUSAND ISLANDS 3, GENERAL BROWN 0

Amie Ferguson had 16 assists and seven service points as the Vikings swept the Lions 25-20, 26-24, 25-21 in an interdivision match at Clayton.

Aliceson Cornaire chipped in with 14 service points, nine assists and four aces for Thousand Islands (3-5). Autumn Dutcher had 18 kills.

Sydney Warmington led General Brown (1-6) with 18 digs and eight service points.

SOUTH LEWIS 3, A-P-W 0

Chloe Stinebrickner recorded 22 assists, three kills and nine digs to spark the Falcons to a crossover victory in Turin.

Liz Egnew totaled 11 kills, and seven service points, including four aces, for South Lewis (4-4), which prevailed, 28-26, 25-13, 25-16.

Heather Bates chipped in with 12 service points, including four aces, seven kills and 10 digs for the Falcons.

WRESTLING

CARTHAGE 43, COPENHAGEN 40

Andrew McFarland (120 pounds), Kade Andrews (195) and Trevor Gibbons (285) earned pins to help the Comets hold off the Golden Knights for a FL interdivision win in Copenhagen.

Dewitt Alcorn (138) of Carthage (4-0) won by major decision 16-5 over Justin Roberts. Colin Ryan (160) also won by decision.

Robbie Harris (126), Travis Clarke (132), Matt Schweinberg (145) and Matt Woodruff (152) won via fall for Copenhagen (2-5, 1-2).

HOCKEY

ST. LAWRENCE 5, ISLANDERS 4 (OT)

Kody Kocsis scored 1 minute, 54 seconds into overtime to lift the Larries (3-1, 2-1) past the Islanders in a first-round game of the St. Lawrence Central Tournament. It was also an Northern Athletic Conference Division II contest.

Luke Arquiett scored two goals, including the game-tying goal at 12:04 of the third period for the Larries. Ian Lynch also scored twice.

Evan Dier led the Islanders (2-3, 1-3) with two goals. Zachary Walti and Sean Shepard also scored for the Islanders.

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 7, SARANAC CENTRAL 3

Kaden Pickering scored three goals and Troy Kovach added two as the Flyers (4-2) beat Saranac Central in the other game of the St. Lawrence Central Tournament. Coby Munson and Cody Smith also scored for the Flyers.

Matt McCasland, Kyle Erickson and Jacob Lilledahl scored for the Red Storm.

BELLOWS FREE ACADEMY 5, CANTON 2

Nate Gibson and Jay Proulx scored for Canton (2-4) in a loss to Bellows Free Academy in the Doc Tulip Tournament in St. Albans, Vt. Cam Russell scored two goals for Bellows Free Academy.

TUPPER LAKE 3, SARANAC LAKE 3 (OT)

Elliott Fletcher scored midway through the third period to give the Lumberjacks (0-5-1) a tie with Saranac Lake in a nonleague game in Tupper Lake.

Devin Roberge and Jon Kopp scored goals for the Lumberjacks in the first period.

Chris Spicer scored two goals for Saranac Lake.

BOYS SWIMMING

WATERTOWN 67, LOWVILLE 35

Michael Netto and Neal Ruparelia each won two races and swam on a pair of first-place relays as the Cyclones earned a FL interdivision win and set two pool records on Thursday at Lowville.

Netto claimed the 100-yard breaststroke, with a pool-record time of 1:02.15, and the 50 freestyle. He swam on Watertown’s 200 medley relay, which also set a pool record, and the 200 free relay.

Holland Patent had held the 200 medley relay record since 1983. The former breaststroke record was set by Chuck Manners of Canajoharie in 1992.

Ruparelia took the 100 free and 100 backstroke. Andrew Marilley, Joey Ongkingco and Brad McKinney also swam legs on the fastest 200 medley relay.

Stephen Larche won the 500 free for Lowville (4-1).

INDIAN RIVER 84, SOUTH LEWIS 69

Zach Koerick and Wenxuan Zhou won two races apiece and swam on a fastest relay in the Warriors’ interdivision victory on Thursday at Turin.

Koerick took the 50 free and 100 butterfly, while Zhou took the 200 free and 100 breaststroke for Indian River (3-2).

Patrick Pominville claimed the 200 individual medley and 100 backstroke for South Lewis (2-3).

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