MASSENA Sierra Streeter fanned 11, walked just one and survived four errors in tossing the complete-game no-hitter to lead the Massena softball team to a 5-3 Northern Athletic Conference Central Division win over Gouverneur on Monday to close out the regular season.
Chelsea Streeter delivered a two-run double and Marissa Manley drilled a one-run double for Massena (12-5 overall, 5-3 division).
HEUVELTON 18, CLIFTON-FINE 1
Heuvelton closed out its Northern Athletic Conference West Division campaign with a commanding decision over Clifton-Fine.
Jenn Cougler smacked a three-run home run and lined three singles to finish with five RBIs and four runs scored for Heuvelton (13-4 overall). Hannah Thornhill had two doubles and three RBI. Rachel Thornhill, Paige McCormick and Abby Williams each singled twice.
LISBON 17, HARRISVILLE 15 (8)
Morgan Baldock lined a single that scored Nicole Neadom and Alison Mitchell in the eighth inning, finishing off the comeback by the Golden Knights over the Pirates in a West Division game in Harrisville.
Baldock finished with two hits for the Knights (5-10, 5-7). Emily Dishaw connected for a double and a single, and Gabby Walker lined two singles for Lisbon. Sierra Dobbs and Alyshia Murray added triples.
Hannah Weaver and Sierra Merritt contributed a double and a single for Harrisville (7-11, 5-7).
HERMON-DEKALB 23, HAMMOND 0
Brianna Sayer hurled a no-hitter with seven strikeouts as Hermon-DeKalb pounded out 15 runs in the second inning for the West Division win at DeKalb Junction.
Sayer also hit a home run and double for the Demons (12-6, 8-4).
Jenn Gotham tripled and drove in four runs for Hermon-DeKalb. Chelsey MacKay drove in three runs on two singles. Xann Gotham singled twice.
OFA 21-20, POTSDAM 0-0
Felicia Barr belted a double, stroked four singles in all to lead the Blue Devils to the Central Division title with a doubleheader sweep over the Sandstoners (1-16, 0-8).
MaKenzi Stevenson threw a five-inning one-hitter, and followed it up with a two-hitter for Ogdensburg Free Academy (11-4, 8-2).
COLTON-PIERREPONT 21, EDWARDS-KNOX 4
Brianna Beaulieu and Tara Hennessy each stroked three singles and Beaulieu pitched the Colts to an East Division winover the Cougars.
Beaulieu struck out seven and gave up just three hits for Colton-Pierrepont (13-2, 9-2).
CHATEAUGAY 9, MADRID-WADDINGTON 5
Shelby Coleman sealed the win with a three run home run in the seventh inning for the Bulldogs over the host Yellowjackets.
Courtney Boyea fanned six batters and contributed a single for Chateaugay (12-2, 10-1).
MALONE 18, CANTON 7
The Huskies held an 8-7 lead heading into the bottom of the sixth inning, when they broke the game wide open, sending 15 batters to the plate and scoring 10 runs on just three base hits.
Malone (13-3) chased starting pitcher Beth Pearson and continued the rout against reliever Emma Rexford.
The Bears (11-5) entered the game state-ranked 9th in Class B.
ST. LAWRENCE 5, SALMON RIVER 1
Lindsey Thayer struck out eight, walked four and hit two batters in the Larries win over the Shamrocks.
Thayer helped her own cause with two hits and two runs scored. Brandi Thomas and Branna Vatter added two singles each for St. Lawrence (16-3, 7-1).
MALONE 9, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 8
Derek Juntunen singled up the middle to score Devon Monette in the seventh inning and lift the Malone baseball team to a victory over Norwood-Norfolk.
Juntunen, Brandon Welch and Shawn Mulverhill each supplied three hits each for the Huskies (13-3 overall).
Troy Kovach and Cody Smith provided two singles apiece for the Flyers (9-6).
POTSDAM 3-4, OFA 1-5
Potsdam broke open a 1-1 tie in the sixth inning to win the opener and split a doubleheader with OFA.
Ben Miller pitched a complete game in the opener, limiting OFA to five hits, striking out five and walking one.
Pat Cosmo stroked two singles for OFA.
In the second game, Joe Cosmo hit a two-run double as OFA held off Potsdam.
Kinnon LaRose singled twice for the Blue Devils. Shawn Clark hit a two-run triple for Postsdam, and Andrew Ace doubled.
MASSENA 17, CANTON 1
Troy Myers hit a three-run home run and singled as Massena routed Canton in an interdivision game at SUNY Canton that was shortened to 3 1/2 innings because of lightning.
Zach Rusaw added a two-run home run as Massena (16-1) delivered 13 hits. Dave Phillips pitched a three-hitter and singled three times.
Alden Slack tripled for Canton (4-15).
HAMMOND 5, HERMON-DEKALB 3
Tom Hollister lined a double and a single for the Blue Devils, who overcame an 18-strikeout three-hitter by Hermon-DeKalbs Cullen Allen.
Dave Mathews answered with a 15-strikeout six-hitter for the Blue Devils (3-11, 3-9).
Adam Harmer stroked three hits for Hermon-DeKalb (1-14, 1-12).
MADRID-WADDINGTON 15, CHATEAUGAY 0
Greg Thompson tossed a five-inning one-hitter, striking out seven and allowing two walks as the Yellowjackets won their first East Division title with a shutout over the Bulldogs.
Jacob Mayette finished 3-for-4 with four RBIs to lift Madrid-Waddington (11-4, 8-2).
HEUVELTON 8, CLIFTON-FINE 7
Matt Guardinos sacrifice fly scored Aaron Cobb from third for the game-winning run in the sixth inning for the Bulldogs in their West Division win over the Eagles.
Tyler Bushey, Mike Martin and Mike Guardino provided three hits apiece for Heuvelton (14-3, 10-2).
LISBON 6, HARRISVILLE 5
The visiting Knights (7-8, 6-6 NAC West) scored twice in the seventh then held off the Pirates (6-11, 5-7 NAC West).
Nevin LaRock, Eric Richards, and Dylan Crawford all contributed two singles for the winners. David Turri went the distance with six strikeouts and one walk. He also lined a single.
Justin Hartle contributed three singles and two RBI for Harrisville. Jared Dreythaler added two singles.
GOUVERNEUR 7, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 2
Cody Woods singled, doubled and went the distance to pick up the win for the Wildcats (4-10). He struck out nine and walked five in seven innings.
Jacob St. Mary led Brushton-Moira (7-7) with two hits, including a double.
ST. LAWRENCE 5, SALMON RIVER 2
Brett Mahoney picked up the win and helped his cause with a pair of singles for the Larries.
Dakota Vallance led St. Lawrence (4-11, 4-4) with a pair of singles and a double, and Devon Euto added an RBI triple.