Saturday Sports: Frontier League Basketball Titles On The Line

Saturday Sports: Frontier League Basketball Titles On The Line

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The much anticipated Boys' Frontier League B Division Championship took place Saturday night at Jefferson Community College as the Lowville Red Raiders met the General Brown Lions in a meeting of the regular season co-champs. In the 3rd quarter, Nick Lennox drilled the jumper to pull the Lions to within 5. But it was all Lowville and Hudson White after that. White would hit 7 3 pointers in the game and score 29 points as the Red Raiders take the B Division crown with a 69-50 win.

The Girls' Frontier League Championships were up for grabs today at Jefferson Community College with 4 games on tap. The first contest, the B Division Title as South Jeff met Lowville. South Jeff would see a 20 point lead evaporate to 6 in the 4th period. Sara Wood's 3 pulled Lowville to within 53-47. But the Lady Spartans would hold on behind the sisters Piddock. Jackie Piddock scored a game high at 28 points and Abby Piddock added 23 as South Jeff beat Lowville 69-56 to win the B Division Championship.

Next up, the Girls' Frontier League C Division Title as Thousand Islands met South Lewis. All Thousand Islands in the 1st quarter, Madison Amo buried the 3 ball putting the Lady Vikings up by 3. She tied a school record with 8 3 pointers and had 30 points. Then it was Kennedy Amo with the leaner in the lane. Thousand Islands up by 5. South Lewis answered as Abby Durgan goes baseline for the bucket. But it was all T.I. as the Lady Vikings beat South Lewis 58-22 to claim the C Division Title.

The 3rd game of the day saw Indian River square off against I.H.C. for the A Division crown. In the 1st quarter, Nia Gray muscled her way up inside for the hoop. Then it was Claire Moran in transition for the bucket, Lady Warriors up by 4. I.H.C. answered on the break with Josie Barton's layin. Adrien Lamora hits for 3 of her team high of 15 as Indian River beat I.H.C. 45-24 to win the A Division Title.

The final girls' game of the day, the D Division Championship had Copenhagen meeting LaFargeville. In the 1st quarter, Madison Freeman banked in 2, Copenhagen up by 2. Then it was Raegan Dalrymple with the drive to the basket. Olivia Aubin fought hard inside for the board and bucket. Rachel Davis answered for LaFargeville but Copenhagen beat LaFargeville 43-34 in overtime.

In women's college basketball Saturday afternoon from Maxcy Hall, SUNY Potsdam hosted SUNY Cortland. Naya Walters would lead the Lady Bears with 14 and Dyamon Hunter added 14 but SUNY Potsdam would fall to SUNY Cortland by a final score of 62-52.

In Girls' Section 3 Class B Volleyball Playoffs from Adams, South Jeff hosted C.B.A. A good day for Coach Becca Hare's team as they would beat C.B.A. 3 sets to 1 to advance to the semifinals on Tuesday night in Chittenango where they will face 2nd seed Canastota.

In the Section 7-10 Boys' Swimming Championships at SUNY Potsdam, the combined Canton-Potsdam-Lisbon team captured the first-ever boys Section X swim championship, with 280 points, followed by Gouverneur 2nd, Malone 3rd and Edwards-Knox fourth. Plattsburgh won the Section VII title at the same meet. Canton's Paul Braun broke a 38-yard record in the 100 freestyle in a time of 48.88 seconds. Braun captured the 50-yard also captured freestyle. Canton won the 200-yard medley relay with team Braun, Leon Lufkin, Jacob Francon and Cooper StuntzLufkin also won the 200 individual medley and the 100 breaststroke. Gouverneur's Anthony DeJesus topped the 200-yard IM and 100 butterfly.

Click on the picture above for highlights from these games.

Saturday Sports Scores

Boys' HS Basketball

Beaver River 92
Sandy Creek 48

Madrid Waddington 70
Tupper Lake 37

Lisbon 67
Hermon DeKalb 65

Harrisville 84
Hammond 38

Copenhagen 64
Sackets Harbor 50

South Lewis 52
Thousand Islands 38

Girls' HS Basketball

Madrid Waddington 69
Norwood Norfolk 49

Colton Pierrepont 47
St. Regis Falls 24

Hammond 49
Hermon DeKalb 42

O.F.A. 49
Massena 40

Women's Basketball

Union 56
Clarkson 44

Ithaca 63
St. Lawrence 57

Lyndon 75
SUNY Canton 42

O.C.C. 77
J.C.C. 51

Men's Basketball

SUNY Canton 91
Lyndon 88

O.C.C. 89
J.C.C. 51

Clarkson 69
Union 66

St. Lawrence 84
Ithaca 72

SUNY Cortland 83
SUNY Potsdam 70

Boys' Hockey

Thousand Islands 3
Malone 0

Plattsburgh 6
Norwood Norfolk 5

Salmon River 2
Clarence 1

Potsdam 1
Pelham 1

Women's Hockey

St. Lawrence 1
Cornell 1

Colgate 4
Clarkson 3

SUNY Plattsburgh 4
SUNY Potsdam 0

Endicott 3
SUNY Canton 0

Men's Hockey

Cornell 3
St. Lawrence 1

Clarkson 2
Colgate 1

Buffalo State 3
SUNY Potsdam 2

SUNY Canton 5
SUNY Morrisville 4

Section 3 Wrestling Division 1 Championships

Alex Booth, Indian River, 113 Pounds
Aiden Poe, Indian River, 145 Pounds
Fombo Azah, Carthage, 182 Pounds
Luke Smith, Carthage, 220 Pounds
Collin Null, Carthage, 285 Pounds

Section 3 Wrestling Division 2 Championships

Micah Roes, Lowville, 113 Pounds
Matt Garland, South Jeff /  Sandy Creek, 120 Pounds
Dempsey Carroll, Copenhagen, 170 Pounds
Anthony Rasmussen, South Jeff /  Sandy Creek, 182 Pounds

Section 3 Class A Volleyball Playoffs

Whitesboro 3
Watertown 0

Section 3 Class C Volleyball Playoffs

Sandy Creek 3
Dolgeville 0

Beaver River 3
Sauquoit Valley 0

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