CANTON — The Gouverneur soccer crew scored 34 issues within the first part and rolled to a 48-12 victory over Canton (2-5) on Saturday and entire an unbeaten Northern Athletic Convention steady season.
Caleb Farr scored two touchdowns within the first part and Cayden Stowell ran again an interception for a landing to present Gouverneur (7-0) a relaxed lead. Mitchell Tyler and Joseph Cummings additionally scored touchdowns all the way through the Wildcats’ first part. Cummings added a 26-yard landing within the fourth quarter and Stowell scored from six yards out within the 1/3.
Farr ran for 83 yards on 5 carries and threw for 112 yards on 5 completions.
Deante Corridor accounted for 3 touchdowns because the Cyclones crowned the Huskies (0-7) in a Northern Athletic Convention recreation in Watertown.
Corridor rushed 8 occasions for 170 yards and two touchdowns and added a 30-yard scoring cross to Donovan Millan for Watertown (4-3). Jaiden Ramsey chipped in with 107 yards and a one-yard run on 10 carries and Jude Communicate supplied a one-yard plunge for the Cyclones.
ONONDAGA 43, SANDY CREEK 6
Zach Delaney threw for a couple of touchdowns and ran for 2 extra because the Tigers downed the Comets within the Magnificence D steady season finale at Nedrow.
Delaney went 16-for-22 for 254 yards and threw for TD passes to Logan Nordman from 22 yards and Justince Jackson from 55 for Onondaga (3-4). He added 47 yards speeding and TD runs from 4 and 23 yards for the Tigers. Jackson returned an interception 70 yards and Nordman supplied a two-yard scoring run for Onondaga.
Adam Hilton supplied a nine-yard landing run for Sandy Creek (1-6).
DOLGEVILLE 24, BEAVER RIVER 20
Beaver River, searching for the highest seed in Magnificence D, fell to Dolgeville in a Magnificence D conflict in Beaver Falls. Then again, Frankfort-Schuyler additionally misplaced, 20-0, to Waterville, giving Beaver River, Dolgeville and Frankfort-Schuyler an identical information at 5-2.
SOUTH LEWIS 2ND AT BOWDOIN PARK
Hannah Ielfield completed 1/3 because the Falcons took 2d as a crew within the Segment 1 Coaches Invitational at Bowdoin Park in Wappingers Falls.
Ielfied registered a time of 18 mins, 48.1 seconds at the hilly, 5-kilometer route. Teammates Lexi Bernard and Brynn Bernard had been fourth and 6th, respectively, for South Lewis. North Rockland’s Katelyn Tuohy gained the race,
Within the boys race, Collin Stafford positioned 15th within the varsity two race because the Falcons completed 11th total.
Beaver River’s Colton Kempney stayed easiest this season as he and teammates Cory Demo and Josiah Evan took the highest 3 spots on the Weedsport Invitational.
Kempney ran the 5K route in 16:42.Eight whilst Demo became in a time of 17:00.6 and Evan registered a 17:12.Three for Beaver River, which gained the crew pageant. Teammates Hunter Moore and Nathan Goldthrite had been 8th and 10th respectively.
Thousand Islands’ Luke Riddoch was once the easiest finisher for his faculty in 36th and Watertown’s David Clarkson was once the 48th.
Within the ladies race, Lauren Brandt positioned 2d in 22:00.Zero to lend a hand the Beavers win the crew match.
Teammate Makayla Garrison was once 5th. Watertown’s Ella Valentine was once 16th, Sandy Creek’s Emily Yousey was once 26th and Emma Zimmermann of Thousand Islands was once 58th.
Dual sisters Rikki and Randi Griffith every earned best 10 finishes to lend a hand the Wildcats win the Chittenango Invitational.
Rikki generated a time of 20:42.Five at the 5K route to earn a third-place appearing whilst Randi was once 6th with a 21:11.9. Carthage’s Shannan Thompson took 10th position to lend a hand the crew position 7th.
Within the boys race, Cole Siebels of Gouverneur was once 11th whilst Wayland Horton of Carthage positioned 24th.
BEAVERS’ DICOB WINS DIVING TITLE
Emma Dicob of Beaver River became in a rating of 415.65 to win the Frontier League diving championship at Lowville.
Dicob already certified for the state meet after Thursday’s efficiency at Lowville met the state usual.
Kadince Bach of Carthage was once 2d whilst Lowville’s Angelica DeGuardia positioned 1/3.
CRUZ, AUBINS PLACE SECOND
Indian River’s Alexis Cruz and the Copenhagen doubles crew of Sam and Shanon Aubin each positioned 2d of their respective brackets on the Segment Three tournaments at Oneida.
New Hartford’s Grace LaFountain beat Cruz, 6-4, 6-3, within the Department II singles ultimate whilst Utica Notre Dame’s Samantha Fluty and Caitlin Snyder gained over the Aubins, 6-1, 6-1 within the Department IV first doubles ultimate.
Cruz and the Aubins certified for the Segment Three state qualifier Tuesday at Drumlins in Syracuse.
GENERAL BROWN 3, BEAVER RIVER 0
Izeigha Collins, Nick Lennox and Jarod Matusiak every scored because the Lions wrapped up an ideal Frontier League steady season with a crossover victory in opposition to the Beavers in Dexter.
Tucker Rosbrook stopped 4 photographs for Basic Brown (14-1-1, 12-0), which completed undefeated within the league for the primary time in program historical past.
Lincoln Becker made 10 saves for Beaver River (7-8, 6-8).
PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 8, CHATEAUGAY 1
Peyton Snell scored 4 objectives and Brendon Phippen added 3 as Parishville-Hopkinton rolled to victory over Chateaugay in an East Department showdown in Chateaugay.
Burton Chevier additionally scored for the Panthers (11-1-1). Walker Martin scored for Chateaugay (9-3-1).
BRUSHTON-MOIRA 3, ST. LAWRENCE 0
Justin Kennedy struck for 2 objectives as Brushton-Moira blanked St. Lawrence in an East Department recreation in Brushton.
Kalub Langdon added a purpose and an help for the Panthers.
n In some other East Department recreation, Colton-Pierrepont defeated Norwood-Norfolk 4-1.
SOUTH JEFFERSON 5, BISHOP LUDDEN 0
Macy Shultz scored 3 objectives because the Spartans defeated the Gaelic Knights in Syracuse in a nonleague recreation and the regular-season finale for each groups.
Jackie Piddock contributed a purpose and an help for South Jefferson (11-3-1) and Mia Buckingham tallied a purpose.