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Isaiah Boaz won by pin at 145 pounds in one minute, four seconds as the Lowville wrestling beat Watertown, 52-18, in an interdivision match on Tuesday at Watertown.

Tyler Bray also recorded a pin in 1:06 for Lowville (14-6, 2-3), and Shawn Widrick (126) won by major decision.

Dylan Justice (160) earned a fall for Watertown (4-10, 2-2).

GENERAL BROWN 57, COPENHAGEN 12

Ryan Snow (132) recorded the Lions’ only pin to highlight their interdivision victory over the Golden Knights at Dexter.

Riccardo Dawkins (182), Kyle O’Connor (145) and Brian Lear (138) each recorded major decisions for General Brown (15-1, 6-0).

Wyatt Lyndaker (152) and Breven Jacobs (120) recorded pins for Copenhagen (6-8, 1-3).

VOLLEYBALL

LOWVILLE 3, A-P-W 0

Haley Riley finished with 15 service points, nine aces and 10 kills to lead the Red Raiders past the Rebels, 25-15, 25-13, 25-20, in an interdivision match at Lowville.

Tasha Widrick provided 17 assists, while Rachael Waite and Morgan McAleese provided seven and six kills, respectively, for Lowville (10-1).

Altmar-Parish-Williamstown dropped to 4-7, 2-7.

BELLEVILLE HENDERSON 3, GENERAL BROWN 1

Jordan Fitzgerald recorded nine kills and three service points as the host Panthers won their first match of the season in an interdivision contest at Belleville.

Whitney Maitland added nine points, eight assists and four aces, Jenta White had five kills, three assists and 11 points and Daryan Wheeler recorded 13 points and five aces for the Panthers (1-10), who won 25-16, 11-25, 25-20, 27-25.

For General Brown (1-9), Taylor Rosette finished with five kills, five digs and three aces, and Ashley Lewis-Seals had six kills and three digs.

THOUSAND ISLANDS 3, INDIAN RIVER 2

Ally Cornaire provided 21 service points, seven aces and nine assists to help the Vikings rally from a two-game deficit to earn an interdivision win over the Warriors in Clayton by scores of 20-25, 23-25, 25-19, 25-18, 25-12.

Chloe Mason supplied four aces and 16 service points, and Amie Ferguson added 14 points and five aces for Thousand Islands (4-7).

Asia Bliss led Indian River (1-9, 1-8) with eight aces, nine kills and 13 points.

SOUTH JEFFERSON 3, BEAVER RIVER 1

Jackie Decker distributed 26 assists as the Spartans posted a 26-24, 22-25, 25-16, 25-14 interdivision victory over the Beavers (6-3) at Beaver Falls.

Janessa Vaadi contributed 14 kills and two blocks. Katie Elmer hit 12 kills, and Megan Hanson recorded 10 digs for South Jefferson (7-3, 6-3).

BOYS SWIMMING

SOUTH JEFFERSON 61, LOWVILLE 41

Zack Porter captured two events and swam on a pair of first-place relays to help lift the Spartans to a Frontier League interdivision victory at Lowville.

Porter took the 100 butterfly and 100 breaststroke races. Addison Roberts added victories in the 200 individual medley and 100 freestyle and contributed to a winning relay for South Jefferson (6-1).

Stephen Larche claimed the 200 and 500 freestyles and anchored a first-place relay for Lowville (5-2).

CARTHAGE 81, SOUTH LEWIS 81

Tyler Wilder and Dylan Sweeney each were a part of four wins as the Comets forged a tie with the Falcons at Turin.

Wilder captured the diving and 100 breaststroke, while Sweeney took the 200 IM and 100 butterfly. Both contributed to a pair of first-place relays for Carthage (2-4-1).

Kevin Beltowski claimed the 200 and 500 freestyles for South Lewis (2-4-1).

HOCKEY

LIVERPOOL 9, IHC 2

Dalton Horton finished with three goals and two assists as the Warriors earned a Section 3 Division I victory at the Fairgrounds Arena.

Alex Bittel chipped in with three goals and one assist, and J.T. Muolo added two goals for Liverpool (5-6-1, 2-4-0).

Jordan Trudeau scored both goals for Immaculate Heart Central (1-7-1, 1-4-1).

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