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High school softball: General Brown rallies to send Sandy Creek to defeat

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GLEN PARK — Sam Monroe ripped a double to bring home the game-tying and game-winning runs, lifting General Brown to a 2-1 comeback victory over Sandy Creek in a Frontier League crossover softball game Wednesday at Brownville Elementary.

Monroe’s double down the third-base line scored Kayla Gaffney and Shay Siver. The Lions had been held to one hit over the first six innings.

Katie Pitkin struck out nine in a complete game, allowing just two hits, for General Brown (7-1).

Michaela Martin threw all seven innings and surrendered just three hits for Sandy Creek (8-1).

INDIAN RIVER 17, CARTHAGE 7

Ashley Dobmeier doubled twice, singled and drove in five runs to spark the Warriors to an “A” Division victory over the Comets in Philadelphia.

Kasey Fuller singled twice and scored five runs for Indian River (4-3), and winning pitcher Kammikia Barnes singled twice, drove in a run, scored three runs and stole two bases,

Becky Brandal singled twice for Carthage (0-10, 0-9).

SOUTH LEWIS 10, BEAVER RIVER 3

Marissa Brown, Shania Loomis and Olivia Fitzgerald each finished with two hits to lead the Falcons to a “C” Division victory over the Beavers in Beaver Falls.

Jaedyn Ossont tripled and knocked in a run for South Lewis (4-3).

Sidney Hawksley singled in a run for Beaver Ruiver (3-6, 2-6).

COPENHAGEN 29, BELLEVILLE HENDERSON 4

Laura Graves went 3-for-4 and drove in three runs to help power the Golden Knights to a “D” Division victory at Belleville.

Brianna Muncy knocked in three runs on four hits, and Brooke Spaulding and Alicia Evans each supplied two hits, including a double, and two RBIs for Copenhagen (10-0, 8-0).

Zoe Stuckey smacked a triple for Belleville Henderson (0-9).

THOUSAND ISLANDS 15, SACKETS HARBOR 14

Jenna Manniko homered, singled and drove in four runs to lead the Vikings (3-3) to a division crossover victory over the Patriots (1-9) at Sackets Harbor.

SOUTH JEFFERSON 16, CAMDEN 5

Winning pitcher Heather Williams went 5-for-5, including three doubles, and drove in three runs as the Spartans rolled to a nonleague triumph in Camden.

Janessa Vaadi tripled, singled and knocked in four runs for South Jefferson (9-1), and Jackie Decker went 4-for-5, including a double, and drove in a pair of runs.

WATERTOWN 20, HERMON-DEKALB 2

Eighth-grader Brooke Peters pitched a complete game, striking out nine and walking none, to help fuel the host Cyclones to a nonleague victory.

Shytarra Lemon finished with a home run and five runs batted in. Taneisha Richey drove in two runs on three hits, and Maggie Valentine was 2-for-3 with two RBIs for Watertown (2-10).

Hermon-DeKalb is 3-4.

MALONE 8, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 4

Janelle Heden homored and doubled to lead Malone over Brushton-Moira in a Northern Athletic Conference Central Division game in Malone.

Alissa McCauley struck out seven for the Huskies (7-0 overall and division). Morgan Fountain and Annie Sharlow each picked up two hits.

Mika Uehara and Emily O’Connor both produced two-hit games for the Panthers (5-2, 4-2).

ST. LAWRENCE 6-9, COLTON-PIERREPONT 0-2

Lindsay Thayer won both games of an East Division doubleheader, striking out 16 in game one and 14 in game two as the Larries (9-0, 7-0) swept Colton-Pierrepont in Brasher Falls.

Haleigh Agans went 2-for-3 for the Larries in the opener and Thayer went 3-for-4 in game two. Chelsea Savage and Bailee Gauthier each picked up two hits in game two.

Eve Whalen homered for the Colts (6-3) in the second game.

ST. REGIS FALLS 5-5, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 4-13

Madison Austin threw a three-hitter in the opener of an East Division doubleheader to help St. Regis Falls (1-6) split with the Flyers in Norwood.

Kerrigan Rondeau and Makenzie Bazdaric each picked up two hits for the Saints in the opener.

Kristin Barkley went 2-for-3 in game one and 3-for-4 in game two for the Flyers (7-3, 6-3). Gabby Cole, Courtney Harvey and Katrina Durant each lined two hits.

CHATEAUGAY 8-14, TUPPER LAKE 1-0

Rachael Young threw a no-hitter and struck out nine and also homered in the opening game as the Bulldogs swept an East Division doubleheader from Tupper Lake (1-5) in Chateaugay.

Kayla Legacy struck out 13 in game two for the Bulldogs (4-4, 4-3).

Alicia Cook and katie Secore each picked up three hits in the second game for the Bulldogs.

MORRISTOWN 4-6, LISBON 3-7

Taylor Piercy was the winning pitcher in the opener as Morristown (3-5) split a West Division doubleheader with the Golden Knights in Lisbon.

Claire Donaldson homered for Lisbon (5-3) in game one. Sierra Dobbs singled three times to lead Lisbon in game two and Alyshia Murray and Fayeanne West each picked up two hits.

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