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CLINTON — Shawn Martin won at first singles to help the Alexandria boys tennis team capture the Section 3 Class C-2 championship Tuesday at Hamilton College.

Martin defeated Immaculate Heart Central’s Diego Santander, 3-6, 6-3, 6-2, in the final round.

Alexandria’s Elliot Dunn claimed the second-singles title, while Riley Thomson was the runner-up at third singles.

Ian Kearns and Dan Gionet took third place at second doubles, and Ryan Cullen and Ryan Charlesbois finished fourth at first doubles for Alexandria.

BASEBALL

ONEIDA 6, CARTHAGE 3

Eighth-seeded Oneida scored five runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to rally past the No. 9 Comets in a Class B first-round game at Oneida.

Chris Cahill smacked a bases-loaded double in the sixth for Oneida (7-11 overall).

Danny Granger had a double for Carthage (5-13).

In a pair of Class D first-round games, No. 9 Copenhagen lost at No. 8 Hamilton, 7-1, and No. 10 Alexandria fell at No. 7 Poland, 11-6.

GIRLS LACROSSE

Tully 11, South Jefferson 8

The No. 5 Spartans saw their season come to an end with a Section 3 quarterfinal loss at No. 4 Tully.

Morgan Alexander led South Jefferson (13-5) with three goals, and Madesysn Alexander added two goals. Goalie Courtney Ziegler made seven saves.

Ally McNerney and Alison Bolt each scored three goals for the Black Knights (14-3).

OSWEGO 12, CARTHAGE 7

Taylor Giglio scored six goals to lead the defending Class B champion Buccaneers to a quarterfinal win over the Comets at Oswego.

Mikayla Place contributed a goal and four assists for third-seeded Oswego (10-7).

Alyssa Kidder, Gabby Park and Dia Dorrock each scored two goals for Carthage (5-12).

SOFTBALL

BEAVER RIVER 8, TULLY 7

Tamara Fidler drove in the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning to lift the No. 8 Beavers past the No. 9 Black Knights in a Section 3 Class C-1 first-round game at Beaver Falls.

Dallas Briot pitched a complete game and scored on Fidler’s walk-off single for Beaver River (8-10), which will play at top-seeded Herkimer at 5 p.m. Thursday.

Allison Hughes went 3-for-4 with an RBI triple for Tully (8-12).

GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD

CAMPANIAN, THOMPSON WIN

Victoria Campanian of South Lewis ran the 2,000-meter steeplechase in a school-record time of 7 minutes, 20.4 seconds, to capture the Section 3 Class C-1 title at Canastota.

Campanian broke her own school record of 7:30.6, which she set earlier in the season at the Rome Invitational.

Karlee Duffer finished fourth for Beaver River.

In Class D, Gabby Thompson of Immaculate Heart Central won the steeplechase in a time of 8:03.8.

Everett takes third

Indian River’s Meghan Everett placed third in the 200 and helped the Warriors’ 400 relay team to a third-place finish at the Section 3 Class A championships in Camden.

Bryanna Gagnon of Carthage also placed third in the 400 hurdles.

Jamesville-DeWitt easily won the team title with Indian River taking 11th and Carthage 14th.

BOYS TRACK AND FIELD

ANDERSON CLAIMS STEEPLECHASE

Sam Anderson of South Lewis captured the 3,000 steeplechase to earn the Section 3 Class C-1 title at Canastota. He finished the race in a school-record time of 9 minutes, 42.2 seconds.

This was the first time Anderson had competed in the steeplechase all season, according to South Lewis coach Jack Bernard. Anderson broke his own school record of 9:47.7, which he set at the state meet last year.

Logan Kempney of Beaver River took second, clocking a time of 9:55.7.

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