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WATERTOWN, N.Y. (WWNY) – There was a lot on the local sports menu for Tuesday, including a basketball doubleheader at Jefferson Community College when Tompkins Cortland came to town.

The first game featured the women. It was all Lady Cannoneers on this one.

Torie Moore is shown scoring 2 of her 11 points.

Emily Farrand works her way inside for 2 of her 18 points.

Kalyna Bryant was a low force for Jefferson.

It’s Farrand again, taking it to the shelf.

Gabrielle Morley led JCC with 26 points.

Final score: Jefferson 82, Tompkins Cortland 51.

On the men’s side, Jeremiah Smith had the first 2 points of the game for Jefferson.

Former Watertown player Joel Davis with the bucket for TCCC.

Smith scores once again for the Cannoneers.

It’s Smith again, this time with a slam, but the visitors win.

Final score: Tompkins Cortland 63, Jefferson 61.

Also in men’s college basketball, SUNY Potsdam hosted SUNY Plattsburgh.

The Bears’ Ahamadou Sillah hits Colton Heustis at the corner for 3. Potsdam is up 3-2.

Willard Anderson for 3. Jalin Pitts cleans up the rebound for the Cardinals. The game is tied 4-4.

Brandon Segar with the baseline for 2. It’s 6-4 Bears.

MeSean Johnson runs to Heustis for another 3. Bears lead 9-4.

Mowing on the grill for 2-plus-1. Final score: Potsdam 74, Plattsburgh 63.

The SUNY Potsdam women’s basketball team also hosted SUNY Plattsburgh.

Diamon Hunter to Mandy Barnell with the fast within the limit for 2. Potsdam is 1 up.

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Mya Smith has the tray.

It’s Hunter again, this time for Carley Hill for a corner triple. The bears are up by 2.

Kortney McCarthy answers, emptying the 3.

Abigail Crahan to Bella Barner with a 3 from the top of the arc.

Mikayla Shipley cuts inside for the bucket. Potsdam tops Plattsburgh 61-55.

Madrid-Waddington hosted Tupper Lake in the John Dinneen men’s basketball tournament.

Tom Peterson slides through the Madrid-Waddington defense to score 2 of his best 28 in the game, to extend the Lumberjacks’ lead to 34-30 in the fourth quarter.

Tristen Cuthbert throws to a wide-open Jack Bailey for the 3, cutting the lead to 1.

Wyatt Godwin gets the transfer and the quick layup: 36-33 Lumberjacks.

Bailey finds the corner open for Troy Peck who drains the 3:42-39 with two minutes to go.

After a couple of quick passes Mikeal Corneau drains the 3. Tupper Lake goes on to defeat Madrid-Waddington 51-46.

It was Edwards-Knox v. Lisbon in the last cup of the tournament.

Off the opening shot, Lisbon’s Cooper Rutherford goes to the rack for the quick layup. It’s 2-0 Gold Knights.

Responding Quickly: On the court, Kale Gear scpres 2 of his team’s best 16 for the Cougars. It’s 2-2.

Rutherford using quick footwork to get around the EK defense for the lay-in.

Dawson Matthews receives the pass and hits the 3-pointer to give the Cougars their first 5-4 lead.

Rutherford with 2 more at the end of the first quarter. He led all scoring with a game-high 27 points, followed by teammate Connor Flack with 13.

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Lisbon went on to beat Edwards-Knox 64-28.

Local results on Tuesday

Men’s College Basketball

Tompkins Cortland 63, Jefferson 61

SUNY Potsdam 75, SUNY Plattsburgh 63

Women’s College Basketball

Jefferson 82, Tompkins Cortland 51

SUNY Potsdam 61, SUNY PLAttsburgh 53

Boys’ High School Basketball

Cartago 74, Indian River 68

Lowville 56, South Jefferson 49

Tupper Lake 51, Madrid-Waddington 46

Lisbon 64, Edwards-Knox 28

Girls High School Basketball

Beaver River 48, south of Lewis 30

Lyme 32, Alexandria 20

Indian River 75, Cartago 6

Lowville 40, South Jefferson 38

Belleville Henderson 40, Sackets Harbor 36

Lisbon 67, St. Regis Falls 31

high school volleyball

Watertown 3, Jefferson South 0

women’s college hockey

William Smith 3, SUNY Potsdam 2

boys high school swimming

Carthage 74, Governor 39