Watch: Beaver River, St. Lawrence Central Win In Football


7 News cameras were at high school sports events across the north country Saturday.

We have highlights from:

- Beaver River's 35-32 win over Lowville, meaning Lowville has now lost two in a row, after starting the season with three straight wins.

- St. Lawrence Central's 38-12 win over Gouverneur, which included 22 unanswered points in the second half.

- Watertown's 5-0 win over Lowville in boys' high school soccer. Marcus Lavarnway was in the net for Watertown.

- Clarkson's 4-1 win over St. Lawrence University in women's college hockey.

Saturday's north country sports scores

high school soccer (boys)

Indian River 13
Sandy Creek 0

Lyme 4
Thousand Islands 2

college soccer (men)

Clarkson 0

SUNY Potsdam 1
SUNY Oswego 1

St. Lawrence 1
Union 0

Clinton 2

college soccer (women)

Union 1
St. Lawrence 0

Clarkson 0

SUNY Potsdam 2
SUNY Oswego 0

high school football

Thousand Islands 13
APW 12

Camden 41
South Jefferson 27

college football

St. Lawrence 14
Rochester 10

college hockey (men)

St. Lawrence 4
Carleton 2

Clarkson 2
Niagara 1

college volleyball (women)

SUNY Potsdam 3
Daniel Webster 0

SUNY Potsdam 3
Newbury 0

Clarkson 3
Bard 0

Clarkson 3
Union 1

St. Lawrence 3
Skidmore 1

Vassar 3
St. Lawrence 0

SUNY Canton 3
Centenary 0

SUNY Canton 3
Brooklyn College 0

Columbia Greene
(JCC wins in forfeit)

Hudson Valley 0

Adirondack 3


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