CICERO, New York (WWNY) – The Basic Brown Lions have been in the hunt for a return journey to the Dome as they met Cazenovia within the Part 3 Class C semifinals at Cicero North Syracuse.
Aiden McManaman units up the primary rating of the sport with a 61 yard run, establishing the Lions on the 10.
Seamus Devine will take it in from 3 yards out for the landing.
McMananman provides the two level conversion because the Lions go on high 8-0.
The Basic Brown protection flexing its muscular tissues as Brook McManaman takes care of the ball provider.
Armondo Okezi then recovers a Cazenovia fumble.
Within the second quarter, Gabe Malcolm breaks by the road for a 40 yard landing jaunt, now 14-0 Lions on high.
With the rating 14-6 Basic Brown, it’s Malcolm once more, this time on a 63 yard run establishing the Lions subsequent rating.
Malcolm takes it in from 3 yards out for the landing after which provides the 2 level conversion: 22-6 Basic Brown.
Now within the 4th quarter, the rating 22-14 Lions, however Cazenovia will tie it up as JP Hoak connects with Jack Byrnes on a 26 yard go play.
Hoak then hits Brayden Weismore for the two factors, tying the sport with simply over 5 minutes left at 22 a bit.
The Lions have a solution as Kaleb Natali runs it in from 6 yards out for the landing. With the 2 level conversion, its 30-22 Basic Brown.
It was Cazenovia with one last probability to tie it again up, however Gabe Malcolm performs the deflection to perfection for the interception. Basic Brown defeats Cazenovia 30-22.
Up north in Gouverneur, the Wildcats hosted St. Lawrence Central for the Part 10 Class C championship.
The sport’s first drive culminated on Holden Stowell’s quarterback hold. 6-0 Gouverneur.
Then it was Stowell on the handoff to Vincent Thomas on a 15-yard landing sweep. 14-0 Wildcats.
Subsequent, Gage Cornell on a one-yard dive expands the Gouverneur result in 22-0.
On a Larries’ punt try, Gouverneur’s Alex Ordway recovers in the long run zone for an additional landing.
Wildcats roll to a 65-8 win.
Within the Part 10 Boys’ Cross Nation Championships hosted by Salmon River at Cedarview Golf Course, Malone received Class B, beating Massena 19-34.
Norwood-Norfolk captured Class C with 26 factors, following by Salmon River, Canton, Potsdam and Gouverneur.
And in Class D, Brushton-Moira turns into champion because the lone full group.
Main all runners was the Flyers’ Dominic Fiacco in a time of 16:58, adopted by Malone’s Watson Chodat, Norwood-Norfolk’s Anthony Fiacco, teammate Lance Bradley and Salmon River’s Gunner Mitchell
Within the Part 10 Ladies’ Cross Nation Championships hosted by Salmon River at Cedarview Golf Course, Malone received Class B over incomplete Massena.
Norwood-Norfolk took the Class C title with 21 factors, adopted by Canton and Gouverneur.
And in Class D, Brushton-Moira is champion because the lone full group.
Particular person finishers embrace the Flyers’ Sharon Colbert set the tempo at a time of 20:05, adopted by teammate Madison Carista, Norwood Norfolk’s Rachel Hewey was third, Canton’s Bennett Schmitt was fourth and Bears’ teammate Grace McDonough was fifth.
On the Part 3 Cross Nation championships in Verona, South Lewis’ Brynn Bernard would end 1st and Greta Kuhl of Beaver River positioned fifth in Class D.
South Lewis would win the Class D title and Beaver River completed 2nd.
In Class C, Annabelle Renzi of South Jeff completed 2nd and teammate Carley Worden was third. South Jeff completed 2nd as a group in Class C.
On the boys’ aspect, Conner Zehr of Beaver River completed 2nd and MacCoy Maciejko of South Lewis positioned 4th in Class D. South Lewis completed 2nd as a group in Class D and Beaver River positioned third.
In males’s faculty basketball from JCC, the Cannoneers opened their 2022-23 season towards Bryant and Stratton.
Within the 1st half, Jeremiah Smith dishes to Kristan Lewis for the lay-in, tying the sport.
Then it was Shamell Kilos dropping the pullup jumper to place the Cannoneers up 2.
Off the inbounds, Isaiah Lemon kisses 2 off glass, knotting the sport at 8.
Ponds drives the lane for the basket, however Bryant and Stratton goes on to nip JCC 69-65.
Additionally at JCC, the Woman Cannoneers opened their 2022-23 season, internet hosting UConn Avery Level within the Cannoneer Basic.
Within the 1st quarter, it was Kalyna Bryant with the sturdy transfer down low to place JCC up 2.
Emily Farrand finishes the quick break: Woman Cannoneers up 4.
Off the inbounds, it’s Gabrielle Morley with the lay-in and JCC is up by 2.
Torie Moore finishes the quick break as JCC rolls previous UConn Avery Level 86-54.
On the ice, St. Lawrence hosted RIT in ECAC motion.
Former Saints Males’s Hockey Coach Joe Marsh dropping the ceremonial first puck.
It was scoreless within the 1st when Taylor Lum scores off the scramble in entrance: 1-0 St. Lawrence.
Within the third interval, identical rating as Aly McLeod goes 5 gap: 2-0.
The Woman Saints go on to clean RIT 3-0.
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