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NORWOOD — Brandon Short won the game in relief and also delivered two hits as Norwood-Norfolk defeated Potsdam 12-6 in a nonleague baseball game Saturday.

Troy Kovach started for the Flyers (2-0 overall) and struck out five in the first three innings. Will Coleman led Potsdam (3-1) with two hits.

BOYS LACROSSE

ST. LAWRENCE 10, COLTOn-PIERREPONT 5

Blake Baldwin scored his 100th career point, finishing with two goals and two assists as St. Lawrence Central (4-1) won a Northern Athletic Conference game in Colton.

Ian Lynch, Luke Arquiett and Cody Burns each scored twice for the Larries. Skyler Burns and Marshall Burninghausen also scored.

Jake Angleberger led the Colts (0-6, 0-5) with two goals. Cody Green, Scotty Boyce and Andrew Holden added the other goals.

SALMON RIVER 15, MASSENA 3

Skylar Thomas and Russ Oakes tallied three goals as the Shamrocks (5-0) knocked off the Red Raiders in Massena.

Dalston Day and Kason Tarbell each scored one goal and assisted on three. Kyle Lewis scored twice and Sky Sunday, Lakota Square and Frank Tarbell also scored for the Shamrocks.

Evan Kassian, Sako Rourke and Rhoades Tarbell scored for Massena (2-3).

CANTON 15, SARANAC LAKE 3

A balanced offense helped Canton (3-1) past Saranac Lake in Canton.

Peyton VanBibber, Brandon Rodee, Josh Pierson, Jake Face, Cody Moore and Gage Emberson all scored two goals for Canton. Ryan Caldwell, Isaac Thrasher and Josh Huiatt also scored.

Seth Pickering led the Red Storm (1-4) with two goals.

POTSDAM 6, OFA 3

Garrett Kilgore and Keena O’Gorman scored twice as Potsdam (3-2) won in Ogdensburg.

Kyle Grant and Stephen Lewis also scored for the Sandstoners.

Nick Perrigo led OFA (1-3) with a two-goal effort and Spencer Lewis also scored.

CARTHAGE 11, GENERAL BROWN 4

Paul Bracy supplied three goals and two assists as the Comets secured a Frontier League interdivision victory over the Lions at Dexter.

Bailey Wilkenson finished with three goals and one assist, and Casey Boulio scored three goals. Tristan Hancock made nine saves for Carthage (8-0, 6-0).

Cole Johnson provided one goal and one assist for General Brown (3-4, 3-2).

IHC 9, OSWEGO 8

Matt Moran accounted for three goals and two assists to help spark the Cavaliers to a nonleague victory over the visiting Buccaneers.

Nick Koelmel chipped in with two goals and three assists, and Dan Grant made eight saves for Immaculate Heart Central (5-1).

Leo Gorton finished with four goals and one assist for Oswego (2-5).

CAZENOVIA 19, WATERTOWN 4

Ryan Cook collected 11 points, including seven goals, as the Lakers won a nonleague game at Cazenovia.

Connor Cannizzaro scored six points for Cazenovia (8-0).

Noah Taylor posted three assists for Watertown (2-5).

GIRLS LACROSSE

CANTON 12, OFA 6

Rachel Huntley tallied five goals to send Canton (1-2) to victory in Ogdensburg.

Alyson Noble, Tessa Knight and Emily Pinckney all scored twice for Canton. Katie Lapinski also scored for Canton.

Kaitlin Sheppard and Mackenzie Bresett scored two goals each for the Blue Devils (1-4, 1-2). Hunter Shaver and Nikki Holmes provided OFA’s other goals.

GENERAL BROWN 18, POTSDAM 0

Bryanna Fazio posted six goals and three assists to guide the Lions to a shutout victory over the Sandstoners (3-2) at Dexter.

Miah Rowland handed out seven assists, and Hannah Peebles supplied three goals and two assists for General Brown (4-2).

LIVERPOOL 12, WATERTOWN 7

Mallorie O’Brien netted three goals as the Warriors handed the Cyclones their first loss of the year in a nonleague game at Liverpool.

Kasi Cabrey, Emily Burns and Alexis Kline each scored twice for Liverpool (4-4).

Bri Arthur supplied three goals for Watertown (4-1).

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