High School Roundup: Chenango Valley boys lacrosse team edges Whitney Point in overtime

High School Roundup: Chenango Valley boys lacrosse team edges Whitney Point in overtime


High School Roundup: Chenango Valley boys lacrosse team edges Whitney Point in overtime


Alex Auchinacahie scored the game-winning goal with 3:41 remaining in overtime to give host Chenango Valley an 11-10 victory over Whitney Point in a Section 4 Conference boys lacrosse game on Friday.

Chenango Valley scored the first goal of the second half to take a 9-3 lead before Whitney Point scored five straight goals to cut the lead to one. Sean Ballard scored for the Golden Eagles with 2:53 left in regulation to tie the game at 10-10.

Mike Ferranti and Aaron Faddan scored four goals apiece for the Warriors and Auchinachie had five assists to go with his goal. Tim Langhorne made 17 saves for Chenango Valley.

Donovan Sturdevant, Jake Lynch, Sean Ballard and Dan Ellerson each scored two goals for Whitney Point.

Johnson City
11, Chenango Forks 5: At Johnson City, the Wildcats scored twice in the final 16 seconds of the first quarter to break a 1-1 tie and added four goals in the second to defeat Chenango Forks.

Shane Majewski scored with 16 seconds to go in the first quarter and Nick Neferis scored 11 seconds later.

Nate Korutz had four goals and an assist, Neferis scored three goals and Majewski tallied twice for Johnson City.

Kyle Kelly and Mike Doll had two goals apiece and Zach Ford stopped 18 shots for the Blue Devils.

Girls lacrosse

Elmira 14, Johnson City 13 (OT): At Elmira, Katelyn Swartwood scored the game winner with 1:18 left in overtime to give the Express its first win in the program’s two-year history.

Hannah Strong scored her second goal with 15 seconds remaining in regulation to knot the score at 13-all.

Sarah Espe scored three goals for the Wildcats. Alexis Brooks had four goals and an assist for Elmira.

Vestal 21, Binghamton 9: At Binghamton, Vestal scored 14 goals en route to a rout of Binghamton.

Sarah Benyo, Devon McKercher and Nicole Lyons scored four goals apiece, Kelsey Klein scored three times and Tomasina Leska had three goals and seven assists for the Golden Bears.

Katie Gaudet had three goals and an assists and Marcaesa Zervos added two goals and two assists for the Patriots.


Chenango Forks 6, Oneonta 0: At Chenango Forks, Jacob Stone, struck out 13 in a one-hitter, and also homered, as Chenango Forks shut out Oneonta.

Chad Raychel drove in two runs and stole two bases for the Blue Devils.

Valley 10, Owego 3: At Chenango Valley, Ian Igo hit a three-run home run in the fifth inning and Chris Ruffo went 2-for-3 with three RBI as the Warriors topped Owego.

Colby Ross added two RBI for Chenango Valley. Mike Yanches went 2-for-2 and drove in all of Owego’s runs.

Seton Catholic Central 7, Johnson City 3: At NYSEG Stadium in Binghamton, Neil McCormack hit a two-run homer in the second inning as the Saints beat the Wildcats.

Michael Korchak struck out 12 batters in 52/3 innings to earn his third win of the season. Henry Pellicciotti was 3-for-5 for Johnson City.

Valley 5, Windsor 3: At Susquehanna Valley, Ryan Cornway drove in Vince LaMantia, then scored on a Jimmy Mitchell single as the Sabers scored three times in the bottom of the sixth inning for a comeback victory.

John Carroll hit a two-run double in the fourth for Windsor.

Union-Endicott 2, Upper Room Christian 0: At Union-Endicott, Matt Eastman hit an RBI double in the sixth inning, then scored when Upper Room’s second baseman and shortstop collided on Jared McStine’s pop fly.


Oneonta 10, Chenango Forks 4: At Chenango Forks, Brieanna Baker was the winning pitcher and went 2-for-3 with three runs scored in the Yellowjackets’ victory.

Hayley Dower was 4-for-5 with two runs scored for Oneonta. Michaela Transue was 3-for-4 with a run for Chenango Forks.

Seton Catholic Central 10, Johnson City 2: At Johnson City, Saints catcher Samantha Stento homered in the sixth and drove in three runs in Seton Catholic Central’s win.

Valley 10, Owego 3: At Chenango Valley, Tess Hatton had a two-run triple in the third for the Warriors. Jamie Broughton finished 3-for-4 with two RBI for Chenango Valley.

Horseheads vs. Union-Endicott, susp., rain: The game was called in thf fourth inning with Horseheads leading, 8-0. It will resume on May 8 at U-E.


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