boys high school soccer
Matt Robinson scored two objectives and helped on one more as the Madrid-Waddington young men soccer group guaranteed the Jeffers Tournament title with a 4-1 success over Parishville-Hopkinton on Friday at Potsdam boys high school soccer.
The game was the first of the period for Madrid-Waddington and a Northern Athletic Conference East Division challenge. Matt Reed and Kaden Kingston likewise scored for the Yellowjackets. Avery Zenger scored for the Panthers (1-1, 0-1).
COLTON-PIERREPONT 9, ST. REGIS FALLS 0
Cody Francis, Oliver Johnson and Ty Farns all scored two objectives to send the Colts past St. Regis Falls (0-1) in an elimination round of the Colton-Pierrepont Tournament.
Teddy Farns, Ethan VanBrocklin and Chris St. Andrews additionally scored for the Colts (1-0) and Harlee Besio and Nate Smith joined for five recoveries. It was likewise an East Division game.
MORRISTOWN 2, HARRISVILLE 1
Cooper Bennett scored in the 78th moment to lift the Green Rockets (2-0, 1-0) past Harrisville in the other round of the Colton-Pierrepont Tournament. It was additionally a West Division game.
Connor Mantle scored the game’s first objective for the Pirates (0-1). Tristin Simmons attached the game with an objective in the 64th moment.
OFA 2, HEUVELTON 1
Franklin Beach scored the triumphant objective for the Blue Devils (1-1) in a success over Heuvelton in the OFA Tournament.
Trent Lovely likewise scored for OFA. Evan Felt scored for Heuvelton (0-2).
MASSENA 4, ST. LAWRENCE 1
Luke Greco provided three objectives to lead the Red Raiders past St. Lawrence Central in the nonleague opener for the two groups in Massena.
Chris Marasco additionally scored for Massena. Charlie Dow scored for the Larries.
In one more nonleague game, have Northeastern Clinton closed out Malone, 7-0, dropping the Huskies to 0-2.
SOUTH LEWIS 6, BEAVER RIVER 3
Jacob Worden scored three objectives and helped on one more to pace the Falcons past the Beavers in Turin in the Frontier League and season opener for the two groups.
Cam Evans counted a couple of objectives for South Lewis and Drew Maurer recorded a couple of helps.
Ayden Moser scored three objectives to lead Beaver River.
CARTHAGE 7, COPENHAGEN 1
Matt Mapes and Zane Busch scored two objectives each to start the Comets past the Golden Knights in the Indian River Tournament at Philadelphia.
Gage Marino contributed an objective and two helps for Carthage (1-0). Caden Miller scored the solitary objective for Copenhagen.
GENERAL BROWN 7, CAMDEN 1
Lucas Lavarnway and Cohen Parody each scored twice as the Lions steered the Blue Devils in a season-opening nonleague succeed at Camden.
Eric Randall, Dylan Ramie and Holden Travers each additional objectives for General Brown (1-0). Seth Johns changed over an extra shot for Camden (0-1).
LIVERPOOL 0, WATERTOWN 0 (OT)
The Cyclones and Warriors fought to a scoreless tie on the main day of the West Genesee Tournament in Camillus.
Goalkeeper Devin Connell made three puts something aside for Watertown (1-0-1) and Robb Bennett made six puts something aside for Liverpool (0-1-1).
Young ladies SOCCER
IHC 7, MAYFIELD 0
Katharina Probst’s five objectives controlled the Cavaliers to a season-opening nonleague defeat of the Panthers (0-1) at the Accelerated Sports Complex in Whitesboro.
Kai Montgomery indented an objective and a help, while Abigail Bombard added one more count for Immaculate Heart Central (1-0).
BEAVER RIVER 6, SANDY CREEK 0
Emma Roggie got two objectives and a help as the Beavers opened the season with a Frontier League “C” Division prevail upon the Comets (0-1) in Beaver Falls.
Jasmine Martin added two or three objectives, while Brenna Mast contributed a couple of helps for Beaver River (1-0).
CARTHAGE 7, UTICA PROCTOR 1
Layla Craig scored three objectives to push the Comets to a season-opening triumph over the Raiders in Utica.
Alyssa Balbuena contributed an objective and two helps for Carthage (0-1) against Utica Proctor (0-1).
MARCELLUS 1, WATERTOWN 1 (OT)
Kaitlyn Worden tied the game in the 65th moment and the Mustangs won an extra shot shootout to win the Mexico competition last over the Cyclones in Mexico.
Josephine Leubner halted 14 shots for Marcellus (1-0-1), which won the shootout, 3-2.
Tatum Overton scored and Alana Mastin made eight puts something aside for Watertown (1-0-1).