BELLEVILLE Ian Kearns had quite a start to his senior season on Thursday.
Kearns scored a school-record six goals to propel Alexandria past Belleville Henderson, 9-0, in the Frontier League D Division boys soccer opener for both teams.
Kearns scored three goals in each half for the reigning division champion Purple Ghosts (1-0), tallying his teams first three goals in the first 21 minutes and three more in the first 22 minutes of the second half.
Tristen Thomson contributed a goal and two assists for Alexandria, and Nick Shangraw chipped in with three assists.
Goalie Chris Strough made five saves for the shutout against the Panthers (0-1).
COPENHAGEN 1, LYME 0
Antonio Figueroa finished off a crossing pass from Brenden Jacobs in the 72nd minute to lift the host Golden Knights to victory in the D Division and season opener for both teams.
Kody Petrus made five saves to record the shutout for Copenhagen (1-0).
Christian Sanford finished with seven saves for the Indians (0-1).
SACKETS HARBOR 4, LAFARGEVILLE 1
Four different players scored a goal each as the visiting Patriots prevailed in the D Division in the first game of the season for both teams.
With the game tied at halftime, Ethan Dillabough scored the eventual game-winning goal for Sackets Harbor (1-0) and Brian Elliott converted on a penalty kick.
Jake Flagg made seven saves to record the win for the Patriots.
Thomas ODriscoll made 17 saves for the Red Knights (0-1).
CARTHAGE 1, GENERAL BROWN 0 (OT)
Brodie Woodward scored in the 88th minute to give the Comets a crossover win in overtime over the Lions at Dexter.
Sebastian Fountain made eight saves in net for Carthage (1-0).
Ryan Lamon turned aside 13 saves for General Brown (1-1).
INDIAN RIVER 3, SOUTH JEFFERSON 1
Junior Malinoski scored two goals in the second half to spark the Warriors to a crossover victory in Philadelphia.
Erick Torres for Indian River (2-1, 1-0).
Goalie Jacob LaClair made six saves to register the win for the Warriors.
William Beese finished with 14 stops for the Spartans (0-1, 0-1).
IHC 6, SANDY CREEK 0
Chris Roland notched a hat trick and handed out an assist as the Cavaliers started the season with a crossover victory over the Comets in Watertown.
Austin Renzi, Jake Fusilli and Matt Guyette each supplied a goal and an assist for Immaculate Heart Central (1-0).
Mike Pappa stopped 29 shots for Sandy Creek (0-1).
THOUSAND ISLANDS 4, SOUTH LEWIS 0
Goalkeeper Cameron Robbins made five saves as the Vikings blanked the Falcons to open their season in C Division play at Clayton.
Bennitt Donnelly scored a goal and assisted on another for Thousand Islands (1-0) and Nick Nevala registered two assists.
Shawn Loomis made 17 saves for South Lewis (0-2, 0-2).
LOWVILLE 2, BEAVER RIVER 0
Wyatt Carpenter and Jordan Zehr each chipped in with a goal as the Red Raiders won their first game in the C Division with a win over the Beavers at Lowville.
Collin Farquhar earned the shutout with four saves for Lowville (1-0).
Zach Steiner made five for Beaver River (0-1).
POTSDAM 2, ST. LAWRENCE 1 (OT)
Abby Gruneisen scored on a penalty kick in overtime to lead the Sandstoners past St. Lawrence Central in a semifinal game of the Jeffers Tournament at Potsdam High School.
Potsdam (1-0) will face Madrid-Waddington for the championship at 9 a.m. Saturday at Potsdam High School. SLC (0-1) will play Colton-Pierrepont at the same time in the consolation game.
Kalie Grant scored the first goal of the game for Potsdam in the 36th minute. Samantha Richards tied the game for the Larries in the 87th minute.
MADRID-WADDINGTON 3, COLTON-PIERREPONT 0
Blake Orosz, Taylor Lenney and Kaleigh Field scored goals in the first 22 minutes of the game to pace the Yellow Jackets over Colton-Pierrepont (0-1) in the other Jeffers Tournament semifinal. Shelby Kendall made five saves for Madrid-Waddington (1-0).
CHATEAUGAY 7, HAMMOND 0
Alexis Beach scored three goals as the Bulldogs routed Hammond (0-1) in a nonleague game at Massena High School.
Courtney Boyea was part of five goals for Chateaugay (1-0), scoring two and assisting on three. Katie Beach scored one goal with one assist and Hannah Cook added another goal for the Bulldogs.