Sam Currie tossed a three-hitter with 14 strikeouts and overcame shaky fielding behind him as the Lansing baseball team stretched its two-year win streak to 32 games with a 4-3 defeat of Moravia Wednesday in Interscholastic Athletic Conference Large North action.
Senior first baseman Troy Osterman was moved into the clean-up spot in the batting order and responded by going 3-for-3 with a double and three RBIs for the Bobcats (6-0), the defending state Class C champions.
“We shook up the lineup a little bit, and Troy responded really well, hit the ball hard three times today,” Lansing coach Stuart Dean said.
Currie gave up just one earned run in going the distance; his defense committed four errors behind him. Moravia committed five.
Sam Allen went six innings and took the loss for Moravia.
The Bobcats host Trumansburg — which lost to Dryden on Wednesday, 11-7 — at 4:30 p.m. todayThursday; the game was pushed up a day due to the threat of thunderstorms on Friday.
* Dryden 11, Trumansburg 7: Alan Davis pitched four innings of no-hit ball before Trumasnsburg’s Cam Lueder — who opened the season with a no-hitter against Union Springs — broke it up with a single in the fifth.
Despite being no-hit, Trumansburg led 4-2 after four innings as the Blue Raiders (3-1) scored four runs in the fourth on four walks, a hit batter and two errors. But Dryden tied the game in the fifth, then broke it open with seven runs in the sixth.
Brian Colbert had a double and a triple to pace a 12-hit attack for Dryden (2-1).
Lueder took the loss for T-burg, working the first five innings.
* Ithaca 10, Binghamton 9: Penn State-bound senior Eli Lasda scored five goals to lead the fifth-ranked Little Red past the Patriots Wednesday night at Bredbenner Field.
Doug Biondi added four goals and an assist for the Little Red (7-0), ranked fourth in the latest Nike/US Lacrosse Top 25 poll. Charlie Estill had the other goal for Ithaca, while goalie Eh Tha Dah made 12 saves.
Ithaca scored three goals in each of the first three quarters and led, 9-7, heading into the final period. Lasda scored Ithaca’s final goal early in the quarter, and the Patriots (6-3) cut the deficit to one with about three minutes left. Ithaca gained possession with about two minutes to play, but turned the ball over with a minute to play.
Binghamton failed to capitalize, however, and Ithaca was able to retake possession in the final seconds and hold on for the win.
Shots were even at 35.
The Little Red plays host to Fairport — which Ithaca beat, 11-9, in last year’s state semifinals — at 1 p.m. Saturday at Bredbenner.
* Trumansburg 232, Marathon 254, So. Cayuga 255: Dan Lapp shot a 3-over 39 to grab medalist honors as Trumansburg won a three-way match with Marathon and host Southern Cayuga at Wells College.
Zach Brandstadt was low for the Olympians with a 43, while Mike Killian and Adam Underwood shared team medalist honors for the Chiefs (0-1) with 50.
* Lansing 7, O-M 0: The Bobcats improved to 3-0, winning all seven matches in straight sets, including the top three singles matches at love. Andy Parkes, Nick Zarate and Andrew Bertonica all scored 6-0, 6-0 victories to lead the winners.