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Earp perfect at plate to power Vikings to tournament title

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Morgan Earp finished 4-for-4, with a triple and double, to help lead Thousand Islands to a 9-7 victory over Immaculate Heart Central in the championship game of the Dick Kobel Memorial Baseball Tournament on Saturday at the Alex T. Duffy Fairgrounds.

Reed Donnelly drove in five runs on two hits for the Vikings (8-3 overall). Brentyn Horton’s RBI single in the top of the seventh drove in the winning run.

Vincenzo Alteri and Joshua Navarra each recorded three hits for the Cavaliers (6-4).

IHC 6, EDWARDS-KNOX 3

Jake Fusilli finished 2-for-3 for the Cavaliers in the semifinals of the Kobel Tournament. Austyn Frechette was the winning pitcher and drove in three runs for IHC.

Nick Davison had two hits for the Cougars (4-6).

ALEXANDRIA 7, EDWARDS-KNOX 6

Kaleb Utterback finished 2-for-3 with a double as the Purple Ghosts won the consolation game of the Kobel Tournament.

Caleb Wills, Dylan Delosh and Bryn Erck also recorded two hits apiece for Alexandria (2-7).

LOWVILLE 10, SACKETS HARBOR 8

Cody Branigan finished with two hits, including a triple, and drove in two runs as the Red Raiders held on for a Frontier League crossover win at Lowville.

Jordan Arthur also recorded two hits with a double for Lowville, which scored eight runs in the fourth inning.

Alex Keegan led the Patriots (4-7) with two hits.

SOUTH LEWIS 22, APW 7

Lucas Kelly went 4-for-4 with a double and drove in three runs as the Falcons kept rolling with a crossover win at Parish.

Cody Capron also went 3-for-5 with a double and four RBIs for South Lewis (12-1, 11-1).

Ty Christian was 3-for-3 with a home run for Altmar-Parish-Williamstown (1-9).

SOFTBALL

COPENHAGEN WINS TWO

Brooke Spaulding homered and drove in three runs as Copenhagen routed Madison 11-3 in the Mudville Tournament at Herkimer.

Briana Muncy, Kylie Guyette and Alicia Evans each drove in two runs for the Golden Knights (5-6).

Evans drove in four runs in Copenhagen’s 12-4 win over St. Johnsville.

LAFARGEVILLE, HEUVELTON SPLIT

Jenna Sharpe stroked three hits, including a pair of doubles, as LaFargeville beat Madison 11-5 at the Mudville Tournament.

Sisters Lauren and Logan Labiendo each recorded three hits for LaFargeville (9-4), which lost earlier to Elmira’s Thomas Edison, 17-2.

Hannah Thornhill delivered a pair of triples and drove in two runs as Heuvelton won its opener 10-1 against Lansing.

The Bulldogs also lost to Edison, 12-3.

BEAVER RIVER 17, ALEXANDRIA 8

Erika Glenn’s first inning grand slam powered the Beavers to a crossover win over the Purple Ghosts in Beaver Falls.

Abigail Cornell went 2-for-4 with two RBIs for Beaver River (4-7).

Amanda Lingenfelter belted a three-run home run for Alexandria (4-5).

THOUSAND ISLANDS 12, LOWVILLE 5

Lindsay Barton supplied two hits, including an RBI triple for the go-ahead run in the top of the seventh inning, to help lift the Vikings to victory in the consolation game of the Adirondack Tournament in Boonville.

The matchup also counted as a Frontier League “C” Division game.

Alesha Waterman provided three hits, including a two-run home run in the fifth inning to tie the game, and Allie Barton added two hits, including a double in the seventh, for Thousand Islands (6-4), which scored seven runs in the final inning.

Rachael Waite recorded two hits, including a double, and Catherine Lyndaker contributed an RBI single during the third inning for Lowville (5-6, 5-5).

ADIRONDACK 2, LOWVILLE 1

Katarina Candee hit an RBI double as the Wildcats captured a first-round game of the Adirondack Tournament.

Elizabeth Riegler pitched a complete game for Adirondack (11-1).

Rachael Waite and Haley Riley each provided two hits for Lowville.

BOYS LACROSSE

WATERTOWN 12, IHC 7

Kendall Vecchio scored four goals to pace the Cyclones to an “A” Division victory over the Cavaliers at IHC. Brad McKinney and Noah Taylor each contributed three goals and one assist for Watertown (7-5, 5-3).

Goalie Austin Gibson made nine saves to record the win for the Cyclones.

Pat Gefell tallied two goals and an assist for IHC (7-6, 6-4), and Matt Guyette scored twice.

GIRLS LACROSSE

WATERTOWN 16, OWEGO 11

Bri Arthur and Morgan Cadwell each scored five goals as the Cyclones gained a nonleague home win over Section 4 Owego.

Arthur contributed three assists and Cadwell two for WHS (10-1). Ashley Flick also added four goals and one assist.

Allison Zlinsky scored five goals for Owego (9-2).

SARANAC LAKE 9, OFA 7

Bridget Sullivan led the Red Storm with four goals as they beat the Blue Devils in Northern Athletic Conference play in Saranac Lake.

Kylie Satone netted three goals for Saranac Lake (3-4).

Danielle Guimond, Kaitlin Sheppard and Nikki Holmes all scored twice for Ogdensburg Free Academy (3-8, 3-5).

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