ADAMS Austin Stevens returned after an injury and finished with 12 points, 11 rebounds and five assists as the unbeaten South Jefferson girls basketball team held Indian River to just 16 points through three quarters en route to a 51-31 Frontier League crossover victory on Tuesday.
Clarissa Perry drained five 3-pointers, finishing with 15 points, and Marisa Clark grabbed 10 rebounds for South Jefferson (14-0).
Paige Fayette and Lakeisha Barnes scored six points apiece for Indian River (11-5, 9-3), which concluded its regular season in a tie with Carthage.
CARTHAGE 42, IHC 36
Zakiya Saunders collected 11 points, 17 rebounds and eight steals as the Comets earned a share of the A Division regular-season title with a win over the Cavaliers in Carthage in their regular-season finale.
Lexi Smith also had 11 points for Carthage (10-6, 9-3).
Anna Garrabrant led Immaculate Heart (2-14, 1-11) with eight points.
GENERAL BROWN 48, WATERTOWN 29
Katie Pitkin recorded 14 points, seven rebounds and six steals to lead the Lions to a crossover win over the host Cyclones at Case Middle School.
Hope VanBrocklin chipped in with 13 points and six rebounds, and Rhea Pitkin posted eight points, six rebounds and three assists for General Brown (8-7, 8-6).
Hannah Levine scored 11 points for Watertown (4-10, 2-9).
THOUSAND ISLANDS 87, LOWVILLE 21
Ashley Howard, Kristin McGraw and Erica Sullivan each scored 16 points as the Vikings clinched the C Division title on senior night in Clayton.
Ashley Anchor added 12 points for Thousand Islands (14-1, 13-1) and Karly Sherman contributed 11 points. Allie Barton grabbed 11 rebounds for the Vikings.
The Vikings senior class, which features four players with at least four years of varsity experience, has compiled a 65-11 record.
Ellory Roberts scored seven points for the Red Raiders (2-12, 2-13).
SOUTH LEWIS 42, SANDY CREEK 38
The Falcons scored the games last 10 points to rally past the Comets for a C Division win in Turin.
Rachel Newell scored 16 points for South Lewis (9-6, 9-5), which trailed 38-32 with 2:30 left in the game. Olivia Fitzgerald added 14 points, including six of the last 10 points.
Mykayla Howlett paced Sandy Creek (4-12, 3-11) with nine points.
BEAVER RIVER 52, LaFARGEVILLE 27
Abigail Cornell scored 25 points to lead the host Beavers to a crossover victory at Beaver Falls.
Cornell also contributed 11 rebounds, eight steals and four blocks for Beaver River (5-11, 5-9). Kristen Campeau added 12 points and four steals.
Krysti Brows 10 points led the Red Knights (4-12, 3-10).
COPENHAGEN 74, ALEXANDRIA 23
Elizabeth Martin and Rachel Muncy grabbed 16 and 11 rebounds, respectively, as the host Golden Knights scored a season high in points in a victory over the Purple Ghosts to clinch the D Division regular-season title.
Marinda Allen scored 14 points and Brooke Spaulding added 13 for Copenhagen (12-3, 11-2).
Rebecca Hitchcock scored 14 points to lead Alexandria (8-8, 6-7), which was missing its leading scorer, Lorraine Beard, due to a concussion.
LYME 51, SACKETS HARBOR 43
Mikayla Warren scored 21 points and grabbed seven rebounds as the host Indians surprised the Patriots in a D Division game at Chaumont.
Yanna Ososkalo contributed 10 points and four steals for Lyme (4-9, 3-9), and Enesa Ososkalo had 11 rebounds.
Joan Cuddeback led Sackets Harbor (10-5, 9-4) with a game-high 22 points and Samantha Menapace added 10.
WATERTOWN 45, GENERAL BROWN 44
Mason Phillips sank a pair of free throws with 16 seconds left and the Cyclones held on for a Frontier League crossover victory over the Lions in Dexter.
Willie Scott scored a team-high 14 points and Phillips finished with 10 for Watertown (4-11, 4-8).
Austin Giruzzi and John Evans scored 11 and 10 points, respectively, for General Brown (2-13, 2-12).
SOUTH JEFFERSON 59, APW 51
Jacob Worden scored 27 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and blocked four shots as the Spartans topped the Rebels during a B Division game at Parish.
Tom Bassett contributed 11 points for South Jefferson (14-1, 13-1).
Jarid Paninski scored 13 points, Aaron Marshall 11 and Ben Butler 10 for Altmar-Parish-Williamstown (6-9).
THOUSAND ISLANDS 50, LOWVILLE 49
Reed Donnelly connected on a 3-pointer off the backboard with 22 seconds remaining to lift the Vikings to a C Division victory at Lowville.
Donnelly finished with 17 points, including four 3-point goals. Eli Baldwin scored 11 points, and Teddy Ebbing added 10 points for Thousand Islands (12-4, 12-3).
For the Red Raiders (6-11, 5-11), Brian OConnor scored 15 points. Kyle Malik recorded 13 points and Dalton Rombough had 10 points.
SOUTH LEWIS 56, SANDY CREEK 47
Matt Mooney accounted for 18 points, seven rebounds, three assists and three blocks as the Falcons secured a C Division victory over the Comets at Sandy Creek.
Jason Martin provided 15 points, nine rebounds, seven assists and five steals, and Shawn Loomis posted 14 points and eight rebounds for South Lewis (9-7, 8-7).
Tyler Swarthout poured in a game-high 20 points, and Zachary Halsey scored 15 points for Sandy Creek (7-7).
LOWVILLE 3, BELLEVILLE HENDERSON 0
Haley Riley registered 18 kills as the Red Raiders swept the Panthers 25-8, 25-7, 25-21 to grab a share of the Frontier League C Division title in Lowville.
Tasha Widrick provided 13 assists for Lowville (13-3), which will be the top seed and host No. 4 South Lewis in the first round round of the C Division playoffs at 7 p.m. today.
Jenta White paced Belleville Henderson (1-15) with seven service points, while Breanne Gilligan added five kills.
SOUTH LEWIS 3, THOUSAND ISLANDS 3
Chloe Stinebrickner handed out 31 assists to help lead the Falcons to a C/D Division victory over the Vikings at Turin.
Liz Egnew scored on 13 kills and three aces, and Gabby Hartley registered five kills and three aces for South Lewis (12-5, 11-5).
Thousand Islands is 5-11.
IHC 6, ONTARIO BAY 5 (OT)
Jake Renzi notched his fourth assist by setting up Jared Pignone for the game-winning goal in overtime, leading the Cavaliers past the Storm (1-17, 0-12) in a Section 3 Division I East game in Pulaski.
Renzi finished with two goals and four assists, Jordan Trudeau added a pair of goals and Grant Chamberlain stopped 29 shots for Immaculate Heart (3-12-1, 2-9-1).