Lacrosse takes over the North Country sports scene

GENEVA, New York (WWNY) – The semifinals of the Women’s Liberty League Lacrosse were held on Saturday in Geneva when the Lady Saints of St. Lawrence met Ithaca while going to a championship game on the line.

In the 1st third of St. Lawrence lost 1-0 when Callie O’Neil achieved a free position and tied at 1.

St. Lawrence took the lead when Jaime Allen scored his 23rd goal of the season: 2-1 Lady Saints.

With a score of 3-2 Ithaca, Allen scored his 2nd game and scored 3 after 1 third.

In the 2nd third of St. Lawrence lost 6-3 when Morgan Arakelian found the mark, reducing Ithaca’s lead to 2.

Lawrence falls on Ithaca 18-9.

The North Atlantic Conference announced its women’s lacrosse award on Friday, and SUNY Canton will dominate.

Junior Roose midfielder Samantha Dayter was named Player of the Year for the second year in a row and 1st All-Conference.

She was joined in the All-Conference 1st team by teammates Stephanie Thayer, Casey Pelton and Maddy Weir.

Lady Roos coach Adam Todd also picked up some hardware as he was named Coach of the Year at NAC.

“Yeah, I mean, you know, it’s a great honor. Obviously, coaches are recognized because of our players. We have a really talented list, a very good group, and I have a great coaching staff. Dave Bradman, who is well known here in the North Country, we have Molly Denny who is our former player and Emily Thomas who is our new assistant coach this year as well. I think it’s really something that recognizes the players and all of our staff, which is pretty exciting, ”Todd said.

In a non-league lacrosse for boys from Cape Vincent, the TI Vikings hosted Oswego.

In the 1st quarter, the Vikings scored the only goal when Myles Vachon deepened the back of the net and brought TI to a 1-0 lead after 1 third.

In the 2nd quarter, the Vikings lost 2-1 when Nolan Doxtater connected, scoring at 2.

But the Vikings fell to Osweg with a final score of 8-5.

In a lacrosse for girls not in the league from Watertown High, Lady Cyclones hosts New Hartford.

Watertown hits first when Delaney Callahan splits the pipes: 1-0 Lady Cyclones.

Then Alex Macutek increased Watertown’s lead to 2-0.

Neicia Smith scores 3-0 Watertown.

Watertown beat New Hartford 18-1.

The Watertown American Little League opened the 2022 season on Saturday morning at Rand Field.

The league is divided into 3 age groups – T-ball, minor and major.

There are a total of 17 teams with over 150 children, and Watertown American Little League board member Derek Ward says the opening day is always a special event.

“It is. Today is one of the great days that all the friends and family of the children are here and that our volunteers and sponsors are recognized, as well as the obviously recognized Little League kids,” Ward said.

At the Frontier League Baseball in Dexter, the General Brown Lions hosted South Lewis.

At the bottom of the 7th, the game was tied at 4 when Joseph Harvill hit the ground floor for a short while. Shortstop tries to get the runner to 3rd, but rejects the ball, allowing Aiden McManaman to score the winner of the game.

General Brown defeated South Lewis 5-4.

It was Morristown in Potsdam in a duel.

In Game 2, Adam Cook sacrificed a fly in the 4th inning.

Morristown wins that race when Cooper Bennett steals the 3rd and scores when crossing.

Trevor Bates hits the right wall of the field for a double, and Charlie Rossner scores.

Chase Rozler pulls out a walk filled with bases, and Jaxson Bernard scores: 12-5 Potsdam.

Luke Brossell was then single, paying Rosler.

Rosler strikes to the side to close it.

Potsdam wins a double jump 7-6 and 18-5.

In the softball for girls outside the Dexter League, General Brown hosted the Holland Patent.

At the top 1. Holland Patent comes on the board when Hanna Rossi comes out on the left, Madison Oliver scores: 1-0.

At the bottom of the 1st, General Brown lost 2-0 when Ashlee Ward hit the ground floor and Kori Nichols was thrown to the board.

Holland Patent continues to beat General Brown 6-1.

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