TURIN Billy Larkins drove in the game-tying and game-winning runs with a single in the sixth inning, leading the Lowville baseball team to a come-from-behind 7-6 victory over previously unbeaten South Lewis in a Frontier League crossover game between two state-ranked squads.
Larkins drove in three runs total for the Red Raiders (12-1 overall, 9-1 league), who are ranked No. 12 in Class B. Curtis Lehman provided two hits with an RBI, and Brett Golas picked up the win in relief, tallying eight strikeouts in five innings. Lowville trailed 6-2 entering the fifth inning.
Josh Stoffle hit a two-run home run for South Lewis (12-1), which is the fifth-ranked team in Class B.
SACKETS HARBOR 3, ALEXANDRIA 0
Ryan Allen tossed a one-hitter on 64 pitches as the Patriots blanked the Purple Ghosts in D Division play.
Josh Keruski generated two hits for Sackets Harbor (9-2). Alexandria dropped to 2-8.
COPENHAGEN 4, BELLEVILLE HENDERSON 3
The Golden Knights used a four-run second inning as they outlasted the Panthers in a D Division game.
Kody Petrus provided two hits and earned the win on the mound for Copenhagen (7-5). Belleville Henderson fell to 2-6.
THOUSAND ISLANDS 8, BEAVER RIVER 3
Austin Bach drove in two runs on two hits as the Vikings earned a C Division victory over the Beavers at Beaver Falls.
Joey Knapp scored three runs and Reed Donnelly tossed a complete game for Thousand Islands (6-6).
Beaver River dropped to 6-4.
A-P-W 7, SANDY CREEK 3
Greg Palmer drove in two runs and stole three bases as the Rebels upset the Comets in crossover play at Parish.
David Redford went the distance for the win and had two hits for Altmar-Parish-Williamstown (4-7, 3-6).
Ben Sheppard stroked two hits for Sandy Creek (6-5).
IHC 12, CARTHAGE 2
Al Davis generated four RBIs and was the winning pitcher as the Cavaliers routed the Comets in an A Division game at Carthage.
Shane Garrabrant socked three hits for Immaculate Heart (5-3, 4-3).
Tony Bobkoskie had a pair of hits for Carthage (4-9, 1-6).
LAFARGEVILLE 7, LYME 6
Wayne Aldrich went 2-for-3, and struck out six in a complete game as the Red Knights picked up a D Division win over the Indians at Chaumont for their first victory of the season.
Kelly Ryan added two hits for LaFargeville (1-10, 1-9).
Lyme fell to 1-7.
POTSDAM 8-3, CANTON 2-2
Ben Miller struck out four and gave up three hits as the Sandstoners swept a doublheader at Canton.
Brandon Noble singled home the winning run and Nolan Baker struck out five in a one-hitter ato lead Potsdam (5-2) in game two.
Pat McGaw singled in game two for Canton (2-6).
OFA 21, SALMON RIVER 0
Seth Pinkerton and Brendan Arsenault combined one a one-hit shutout as the Blue Devils picked up an interdivisional victory at Fort Covington.
Andrew LeBeau went 4-for-4 with a three-run triple for OFA (3-1).
Salmon River dropped to 1-6.
Chateaugay 11, Tupper Lake 10
Garrett LaBare picked up the win and Corey Hill paced the Bulldogs (2-3, 1-2) with a three-hit game, which included a home run and three RBIs in an NAC East victory.
The Lumberjacks (4-4, 3-2) rallied with a six-run second inning.
Massena 8, Norwood-Norfolk 4
Jacob Kormanyos went the first six innings, striking out six, allowing four hits and two earned runs for the visiting Raiders (8-1).
Troy Kovach, Cody Smith, Jordan Lashomb, Brandon Short, Chris Stratton, and Barry LaBar all singled for Norwood-Norfolk (3-3).
Heuvelton 7, Lisbon 0
The Bulldogs scored six times in the second inning to pick up a win at Lisbon.
Jack Palmer tripled and a singled for Heuvelton (10-1, 6-1).
The Knights (2-4, 2-1) turned three doubles plays.
Malone 14, St. Lawrence 6
Brandon Welch stroked a double and a triple, plated five runs and scored twice to lead the Huskies to a victory.
Austin LaMay gave up just three hits and struck out five in the win for Malone (7-0).
Tyler Savage had three hits for St. Lawrence (1-6).
PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 8, EDWARDS-KNOX 4
Zach Newton fanned seven, walked two and allowed four hits through four innings work before Tyler Gallagher finished off the win for the Panthers in Parishville.
Newton also made lead contributions offensively with two doubles, two runs scored and two RBIs for Parishville-Hopkinton (2-1, 2-0).
Kaden Dandrow had three hits, including a triple for Edwards-Knox (1-3, 1-2).