Lansing girls swim to victory as championships near

Lansing girls swim to victory as championships near


Lansing girls swim to victory as championships near


The foursome of Anna Conte, Rory Allen, Isabelle Corgel and Adele Ferris won all three relays and also won an individual event each to lead the visiting Lansing High girls swimming team over winless Whitney Point, 59-34, in the Interscholastic Athletic Conference on Monday.

The quartet won the 200-yard medley relay in 2 minutes, 15.11 seconds, the 200 freestyle relay in 1:53.96 and the 400 freestyle relay in 4:11.04. Conte won the 200 IM (2:36.12); Allen the 100 butterfly (1:12.93); Corgel the 100 freestyle (1:00.7); and Ferris the 100 backstroke (1:07.98).

The Bobcats host Watkins Glen at 4:30 this afternoon.

Girls IAC soccer

* Lansing 10, Oxford 0: The Bobcats scored five times in each half and had seven different score and five more record an assist. Maura McCartney and Kristin Dake scored twice and had one assist, with Madeline Boerman also adding two goals for Lansing. The Bobcats held a 32-2 edge in shots.

* Odessa-Montour 2, Newfield 1: Kiersten Sinn scored in the first half to give the visiting Trojans the lead but goals by Nina Linton and April Eunn in the second half and second overtime period gave the Indians the victory. Adrianna Rhodes made 15 saves for the Odessa-Montour, while Megan Pakkala made two stops for Newfield.

* Elmira Notre-Dame 4, Spencer-Van Etten 1: Hannah Haskell and Allegra Dawes both had a pair of unassisted goals for the visiting Crusaders, who led 1-0 at halftime in a makeup from a Sept. 6 rainout. Lisa Nelson scored the Panthers’ lone goal in the second half.

* Dryden 5, Union Springs 1: The Purple Lion girls finished the regular season at 13-1 Friday by defeating the host Wolves.

The Purple Lions will face Elmira Notre Dame (12-1-1) in the Large School championship game at 1 p.m. Saturday at Tompkins Cortland Community College. It will be the first of four title games to be contested at TC3 Saturday; the Large School boys’ game, between Elmira Notre Dame (13-2) and undefeated Lansing (14-0) will be held at 3 p.m., followed by the Small School girls (5 p.m.) and boys (7 p.m.) contests, both featuring Spencer-Van Etten and Marathon.

Boys IAC soccer

* Whitney Point 4, Groton: Four different player scored for the Eagles, who led 1-0 at halftime before striking three more times in the second half. Goalie Alec Young made 11 saves for the Indians (1-13).

* Lansing 1, Chenango Forks 0: Senior Ellington Hopkins scored the nonleague contest’s only goal in the first half, as the visiting Bobcats held a 20-4 edge in shots

STAC golf

The Southern Tier Athletic Conference championship tournament will be held today at the par-72 Soaring Eagles Golf Course. Ithaca High will be sending three players — sophomores Collyn Shippos, Dom Cicchetti and John Peterson.

Shippos shot an 81 and finished tied for third, two shots behind co-medalists Josh Dimon of Horseheads and David Gilinsky of Maine-Endwell, at the Section 4 Class A tournament, which was also held at Soaring Eagles on Oct. 1.

Complete teams that will compete for the championship include Horseheads, Maine-Endwell, Chenango Forks, Chenango Valley, Seton Catholic Central and Vestal.

IAC volleyball

* Waverly 3, Newfield 0: The visiting Wolverines (13-0) remained undefeated, winning by scores of 25-17, 25-9 and 25-17. Jordan Raupers had 11 assists and five aces for Waverly. The Trojans dropped to 2-12 with the loss.

* Tioga 3, Odessa-Montour 0: The visiting Tigers (10-3) won by scores of 25-17, 25-10 and 25-15 and were led by Bry Godfrey, who finished with five kills, two aces and four assists. Erika Bailey added 10 kills for Tioga, while O-M (2-11) got five assists from Felicia Johnson and three blocks from Morgan Stermer.


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