WATERTOWN, N.Y. (WWNY) - Watertown boys and girls hosted cross country teams from South Lewis and Thousand Islands on Tuesday.
South Lewis has a strong program, especially on the girls' side.
A contingent of four Falcon runners were in the lead pack along with David Clarkson of Watertown.
On the girls’ side, Brin Bernard, Lexi Bernard, and Hannah Ielfield -- all of South Lewis -- were the class of the pack.
In the boys' division, South Lewis teammates Collin Stafford and Noah Edick finished first and second. Watertown's Clarkson placed third.
South Lewis swept the girls’ division between Brin Bernard, Lexi Bernard, and Hannah Ielfield.
South Lewis took both the boys’ and girls’ team titles.
Lisbon hosted Hammond in girls' soccer.
From a corner kick, Hammond's Kelsey Bennett fired off the crossbar. Bennett tucks the ball past the Lisbon keeper, making it 2-0 Red Devils.
Bennett settled the ball for Hailey Cunningham. Her shot was off the diving goalie and into the net. Now it's 3-0 Hammond.
Hammond went on to win 6-0.
Heuvelton hosted Harrisville in another girls' soccer contest.
Both teams played tough, scoreless soccer through the regulation 80 minutes.
In the first overtime, Heuvelton scored in the 88th minute on a goal from Molly Williams, but Harrisville answered a minute later when Harlie Moore delivered on a penalty kick.
In the second overtime, the Bulldogs' Grace Mills also scored on a penalty kick. Heuvelton won 2-1.
Gouverneur was at Canton, also in girls' soccer.
Riley Storrin knocked the ball away from the Canton keeper, putting Gouverneur on top 1-0.
On a penalty kick, Jennifer Haycook tied the game for Canton.
Canton's Claire Craig went deep to the corner and delivered a shot inside the opposite post.
Canton hung on to beat Gouverneur 2-1.
Women’s college soccer
Kirsten Villemaire put SUNY Plattsburgh ahead 1-0 in a women's college soccer contest at Clarkson University.
Clarkson’s Sarah Kohls capitalized on the Cardinals’ failure to clear and tied the game at 1-1.
Julia Mahoney rushed a loose ball and delivered the game-winning goal. Clarkson won 2-1.
Tuesday’s local scores
Boys’ high school soccer
Copenhagen 2, Alexandria 1
Lowville 4, Beaver River 1
Lyme 6, Sackets Harbor 1
General Brown 6, Sandy Creek-Pulaski 0
South Lewis 1, South Jefferson 0
Carthage 6, Indian River 4
Watertown 7, Immaculate Heart 0
Belleville Henderson 4, LaFargeville 1
Girls’ high school soccer
Chateaugay 2, Brushton-Moira 1
Canton 2, Gouverneur 1
Heuvelton 2, Harrisville 1
Hammond 6, Lisbon 0
Tupper Lake 1, Colton-Pierrepont 0
Hermon-DeKalb 2, Morristown 1
Massena 3, OFA 0
Malone 4, Salmon River 2
St. Regis Falls 2, Norwood-Norfolk 0
Women’s college soccer
Clarkson 2, SUNY Plattsburgh 1
Jefferson 3, Tompkins-Cortland 0
High school volleyball
OFA 3, Tupper Lake 0
Potsdam 3, Brushton-Moira 0
Salmon River 3, Gouverneur 0
Malone 3, Madrid-Waddington 1
Girls’ high school swimming
South Jefferson 100, Indian River 81
South Lewis 95, Beaver River 77
Watertown 95, Carthage 82
Thousand Islands 53, Lowville 45
St. Lawrence Central 60, Massena 34