High School Roundup: Lowville Takes “B” Division Volleyball Title; Watertown swimmers take by invitation | high school sports

ADAMS – Peyton Cole made a total of 12 kills and five digs as Lowville won the Frontier League “B” Division title with a 25-16, 25-16, 25-15 sweep of South Jefferson in a volleyball game Saturday.

Meredith Lovenduski handed out 19 assists and Hannah Gyore provided 11 assists for Lowville (11-1 overall, 10-1 league).

SOUTH LEWIS 3, CARTHAGE 0

Jada Pominville racked up eight aces, seven kills and six digs when the Falcons took a 25-11, 25-18, 25-10 interdivision sweep of the Comets in Turin.

Skye Everon finished with 27 assists and four aces, while Macey Hawk scored four kills for South Lewis (11-1, 8-1).

Ellie Storms delivered five kills and three digs for Carthage (1-11, 1-10).

CYCLONES WIN INVITATION

Watertown took first place, all but two, to capture the Indian River Invitational in Philadelphia.

The Cyclones posted 483 points, surpassing second-place South Jefferson (326) and third-place Lowville (293) in the seven-team tournament.

Watertown’s Bennett Pistner and Xander Gaige each won two events and swam in the Cyclones’ winning 200-meter medley and 400 freestyle relays. Pistner claimed the 200 medley and 100 breaststroke. Gaige won the 50 and 100 freestyle. Zach Kilburn swam to victories in the 100 Butterfly and 100 Backstroke and appeared in a winning relay for the Cyclones. Watertown’s Ike Woolcott anchored both relay wins and took the 200 freestyle.

Colin Kempney from Lowville won the 500 freestyle. South Jefferson’s 400 free relay of Nate Hulbert, Spencer Purvis, Ethan Smith and Thomas King took first place. King added a few second places.

OVERALL BROWN WINS PHOENIX CLASSIC

David O’Neil (138lbs), Sheamus Devine (172) and Nick Rogers (285) each won individual titles to help General Brown on his way to the team championship at the Phoenix Mid-Winter Classic.

Nathan Snow finished second at 152 pounds for the Lions.

Chase Nevills (118) and Tavian Camper (132) each won in their respective weight divisions to take Copenhagen to fourth place.

Cain Roberts (215) finished first and Jack Clough (160) and Michael Roberts (172) each took second to accelerate Watertown to fifth overall.

Vandavian Way (152) and Carter Baer (160) won titles when Gouverneur finished second in the team competition.

Tomah Gummow won all four of his matches by 110 pounds to take the most outstanding wrestler honors when Indian River won the Canstota Duels.

Alex Booth (132), Manny Gonzales (145), Gabe Lynch (160) and Jake Whitmore (215) also recorded all four games for the Warriors.

Indian River defeated host Canastota 54-26 in the final.

CARTHAGE UNBEATED AT FM DUELS

Seven Comets wrestlers won all five of their matches in the Hornet Duels hosted by Fayetteville-Manlius.

Landon Copley (110lbs), Logan Munn (120), Shay Sinitiere (128), Brogan Fielding (134), Frank Dowining (140), Hunter Sanderson (174) and Kamdyn Dorchester (217) each took five wins ahead of Carthage.

COPENHAGEN 88, SOUTH LEWIS 18

Raegan Dalrymple scored 28 points and scored a total of nine rebounds, five assists and 10 steals when the Golden Knights defeated the Falcons in a divisional crossover game in Turin.

Samantha Stokley and Alyssa Fitzpatrick each scored 14 points for Copenhagen (10-2, 8-0) against South Lewis (2-7, 2-6).

Aubree Smykla contributed 13 points to go along with seven assists and six steals for the Golden Knights.

LOWVILLE 46, SANDY CREEK 28

Jakayla Spence scored 15 points and grabbed 15 rebounds when the Red Raiders defeated the Comets in a divisional crossover meeting at Sandy Creek.

Anna Dening contributed 11 points and Alyvia Millard scored 10 points for Lowville (4-7, 3-6) against Sandy Creek. Spence also scored four assists and seven steals.

GENERAL BROWN 54, CANTON 33

Kori Nichols scored 12 points to accelerate a balanced scoring attempt when the Lions (11-1) defeated the Golden Bears (4-6) in a nonleague game in Canton.

N In another game in Philadelphia, Syracuse Westhill trailed Indian River 49-38 and pulled away with an 18-7 third quarter. Indian River fell back to 11-2.

GENERAL BROWN 57, CLINTON 39

Tucker Rosbrook scored a game-high 24 points and grabbed 13 rebounds as the Lions rolled past the Warriors in a nonleague game in Dexter.

Kacy Lennox contributed 14 points and 11 rebounds for General Brown (6-3).

Jameson Stockwell led Clinton (2-9) by 15 points.

WATER CITY 59, WHITESBORO 41

Joel Davis led four Watertown scorers in double figures with 15 points when the Cyclones won a nonleague game against the Warriors in Watertown.

Patrick Duah added 13 points, Seth Charlton 12 and Jack Adams 11 for Watertown (5-6). Davis also took down 11 rebounds.

CHATEAUGAY 48, MADRID-WADDINGTON 42

Walker Martin scored 27 points, 13 of them on free throws, to lead the Bulldogs (11-1, 7-0) past the Yellowjackets in a Northern Athletic Conference East Division game in Madrid.

Jacob Morgan scored 15 points for Madrid-Waddington (9-2, 5-1).

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