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OGDENSBURG — Isaiah Dillabough drove in the go-ahead run with a bases-loaded walk, and Zach Rusaw drove in another run with a sacrifice fly as the Massena baseball team defeated Ogdensburg Free Academy 6-4 in eight innings in a Northern Athletic Conference Central Division game Monday.

Jeremiah Reagan knocked in four runs for Massena (8-9 overall, 6-6 division), including three with a triple in the second inning.

Konnor Murdock added an RBI double for the Blue Devils (11-2).

POTSDAM 10, MALONE 1

Ben Miller was the winning pitcher and also lined a two-run single to lead the Sandstoners past the Huskies (10-6, 8-5) in a Central Division game at Clarkson.

Shawn Clark and Brandon Noble also provided two-run singles for the Sandstoners (12-3, 10-2).

SALMON RIVER 5, GOUVERNEUR 2

Jarid Gray struck out 10 to lead the Shamrocks past the Wildcats (3-11, 3-9) in a Central Division game in Fort Covington.

Tyler Brooks drove in two runs with a hit for Salmon River (3-10, 3-9), and Justin Bigness doubled.

EDWARDs-KNOX 13, HERMON-DEKALB 6

Tyler Sharpestene singled three times to lead the Cougars past the Demons (0-14) in a West Division game in Russell.

Nick Davison doubled and singled for Edwards-Knox (6-9, 6-7), and Terry Hall and Jesse Bullock each supplied two hits.

ST. LAWRENCE 8, MADRID-WADDINGTON 4

Tyler Savage went 3-for-4 to help the Larries (10-5, 10-4) defeat the Yellow Jackets in an East Division game in Brasher Falls.

Hayden St. Hilaire, David Barney and Devin Euto each lined two hits for SLC.

Greg Thompson went 2-for-4 for the Yellow Jackets (6-6).

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 23, CHATEAUGAY 6

Adam Martin singled, doubled and triple to lead the Panthers over the Bulldogs (5-9) in an East Division game in Brushton.

Bobby Hooker hit a three-run homer for the Panthers (12-4), and Alex Tavernier, Jake St. Mary, Zach Burnett and Bryan Aubrey each produced two hits.

SOFTBALL

EDWARDS-KNOX 7, HERMON-DEKALB 6

Katrina Moore drove in Sarah Rice with a double with one out in the bottom of the eighth inning to give the Cougars (11-6, 9-5) a win over the Demons in a West Division game in Russell.

Moore and Makayla Bacon each doubled and singled for the Cougars. Bacon also struck out 10. Courtney Davis tripled and doubled for the Demons (4-13, 3-12) and Clarissa Davis singled twice.

COLTON-PIERREPONT 23, ST. REGIS FALLS 4

Eve Whalen, Kendra Gilbert and Kylie McKinley each produced three-hit games to lead the Colts (9-9, 9-7) past the Saints in an East Division game in St. Regis Falls.

Winning pitcher Sabrina Johnson and Morgan Doyle each homered for the Colts.

Brittany Rondeau lined three hits for the Saints (1-15).

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 4, CHATEAUGAY 3

Emily O’Connor tripled with the bases-loaded to help power the Panthers over the Bulldogs (11-5) in an interdivision game in Brushton.

O’Connor also struck out 10 for the Panthers (12-4) as did Chateaugay’s Courtney Boyea.

GOUVERNEUR 7, SALMON RIVER 0

Makenzie Rowe threw a four-hit shutout as the Wildcats beat the Shamrocks (1-11) in a Central Division game in Fort Covington.

Rowe and Alysia Whitton also doubled for Gouverneur (6-9, 5-7).

MALONE 37, POTSDAM 1

Annie Sharlow threw a one-hitter and hit a grand slam to lead Malone past Potsdam (1-15, 1-11) in a Central Division game in Potsdam.

Katie Lamica homered twice for Malone (12-1, 12-0) and drove in seven runs. Emily Marshall also hit a grand slam for Malone.

MASSENA 10, OFA 6

Bailey Dillabough tripled and singled twice to lead the Red Raiders (7-4) past the Blue Devils in a Central Division game in Massena.

Addy Rufa singled three times for Massena and Mackenzie Young added two hits. Adrianna Compo doubled for the Blue Devils (8-4).

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