Jason Yahn scored a hat trick for the second consecutive game and the Lansing boys’ soccer team blanked host Whitney Point, 6-0, on Wednesday, giving 18th-year head coach Adam Heck his 250th career victory.
Heck, also the school’s director of athletics, has compiled a 250-72-19 record, including a 46-2-0 mark over the past two-plus seasons. He guided the Bobcats to back-to-back state final four appearances in 2011 and ’12. Both seasons ended with 1-0 losses to Port Jefferson, last year’s coming in the state final. Heck also guided Lansing to the state finals in 2004.
Yahn scored four goals last Saturday in the team’s 4-1 defeat of Union Springs at SUNY Cortland. He was supported by Alex Purcell (2 goals, assist) and Clint Herzog, while Ben Eisenhut, Evan Price, Charlie Mauser and Andy Parkes all had assists. Bryce Stanhope had two saves to earn the shutout for the Bobcats, who outshot the Eagles, 15-2, and had a 7-0 edge in corners.
Lansing travels to Trumansburg on Monday for a 7 p.m. match.
STAC boys soccer
Ithaca 1, Horseheads 0: On Wednesday at Ithaca, senior Nicholas Gualtieri scored the lone goal in the second half as the Little Red topped Horseheads, extending its win streak to four games.
Geoff Twardokus made four saves to earn the shutout, while Rhett Seeley made 18 saves for the Blue Raiders. Ithaca outshot Horseheads, 27-4, and took all eight of the game’s corner kicks.
Ithaca travels to Union-Endicott today for a 7 p.m. match at Ty Cobb Stadium.
IAC girls soccer
Groton 3, Moravia 0: On Wednesday in Groton, Sidney Reeves scored all three goals for the Indians (2-2), while Paige Graham earned the shutout with an eight-save effort. Shots were even at 19, while Groton held a 4-3 edge in corners.
Waverly 3, Watkins Glen 0: At Waverly, Kylie Newman scored twice to lead the Wolverines (3-0-1), while Bailey Rando added a goal and Allie Frutchey got the shutout with a one-save effort. Waverly dominated in shots (18-1) and corners (8-1).
Spencer-Van Etten 8, Tioga 0: At Tioga, Lisa Nelson led a balanced attack for the Panthers (5-0) with two goals, while Megan Price made two saves in goal.
Elmira Notre Dame 2, Newark Valley 0: Megan Herrick had two second-half goals for the Crusaders (5-0-1), while Sheridan Heine earned the shutout by making three saves.
Candor 1, Newfield 1: Both teams scored in the second half, then battled through two scoreless OT periods. Mikayla Short scored for Candor and Mariah Crawford had the Newfield goal, assisted by Jenna Lorer. Katie Slocum made four saves for the Indians; Kari Hartman had five for the Trojans.
Trumansburg 3, Southern Cayuga 0: On Thursday in Trumansburg, Chloe Mount had eight kills and six digs, and Hayley Sherwood added six aces and 13 assists as the Blue Raiders improved to 5-0 with a straight-sets victory over the Chiefs. Game scores were 25-16, 25-20 and 25-18.
Anna Shelley added four kills, two aces and six digs for the winners.
Jessica Holden (5 aces, 7 assists) and Kelsie Emerson (3 kills) paced Southern Cayuga.
Trumansburg also won the JV match, 2-1.
The Blue Raiders host Moravia on Monday.
Trumansburg 3, Whitney Point 0: On Wednesday at T-burg, the Blue Raiders won a make-up match over the Eagles by scores of 25-20, 25-20 and 25-9. Anna Shelley and Chloe Mount had five kills apiece and Hayley Sherwood dished out a team-high nine assists. T-burg also won the JV match in straight sets.
IAC girls swimming
Lansing 106, Dryden 70: At Dryden, Anna Conte won two individual events (50 freestyle, 100 butterfly) and swam on two winning relays to pace Lansing. Dryden’s Jainyn Wood set a school record in the 200-yard individual medley, finishing in 2 minutes, 20.48 seconds, to post the Purple Lions’ lone victory.