Lansing broke open a 0-0 game at halftime with three second-half scores and went on to defeat host Whitney Point, 3-0, on Monday in Interscholastic Athletic Conference play.
Elena Parkins got the Bobcats — ranked second in this week’s state Class C poll –on the board 12 minutes after halftime, followed two minutes later by Madeline Boerman. Shea McCartney finished the scoring with 1:22 to play for Coach Eric Stickel’s Bobcats (9-0). Keeper Sarah Gisler preserved the shutout by making two saves.
Lansing outshot the Eagles, 23-5, although Whitney Point (5-3) had a slight edge in corners, 3-2.
Mackenzie Cafferty had 12 saves for the home team.
Newfield 3, Tioga 0: On Monday in Tioga Center, Sierra Henry scored a pair of goals to lead the Trojans (3-6-1) past host Tioga.
Jazmin Malone had the other goal for Newfield, which led 2-0 at halftime and had 5-2 edges in both shots and corners for the game. Both goalies — Newfield’s Kari Hartman and Tioga’s Rebekah Argetsinger — were credited with two saves.
Marathon 5, Moravia 0: At Marathon, the Olympians (4-9) broke open a close game with three second-half goals and got seven saves from keeper Cindy Courtney.
Allison O’Shea had a pair of goals, while Ashley Bush (assist), Brianna Phillips and Emily Krebs also scored. Shots (25-10) and corners (3-2) both favored Marathon. Moravia (4-7) got 18 saves from Stephanie Carman.
Candor 4, O-M 2: At Odessa, Alexis Patak had a hat trick and Mikayla Short had a goal and an assist to lead Candor past Odessa-Montour.
Chloe Hating and Kayla Peller scored for O-M (4-5-1), which had a 6-5 edge in shots while Candor (3-5-1) had a 2-1 edge in corners. Katie Slocum earned the win in goal with four saves, while O-M’s Addie Rhodes made two.
Southern Cayuga 2, Groton 1: At Groton, Jessie Copp had a pair of second-half goals to lead the Chiefs past the Indians (2-6).
Sid Reeves had the lone goal for Groton, assisted by Katelyn Norman. The Indians had a 15-14 edge in shots, while SC took both of the game’s corners.
Notre Dame 9, Watkins Glen 0: At Elmira, Emma Booth had a hat trick and Megan Herrick added two goals as the Crusaders (9-0) raced to a 6-0 lead and cruised past the Senecas (1-8-1).
Sheridan Heine earned the shutout with a two-save effort, while DeNaja Blanchard made 10 saves for the Glen, which was outshot, 24-2. END had a 7-1 edge in corners.
IAC boys soccer
Lansing 5, So. Cayuga 0: At Poplar Ridge, Alex Purcell and Jason Yahn scored two goals apiece as the top-ranked Bobcats (9-0) scored four times in the first half and eased past the Chiefs (2-8-1).
Charlie Mauser had the other goal for Lansing, which dominated in shots (17-3) and corners (10-2). Bryce Stanhope was called on to make one save for the winners, while Ben Malone stopped 14 shots for SC.
Candor 3, O-M 2: At Candor, the home team (4-6) scored in the first of two 10-minute overtime periods to defeat O-M (3-7).
Nate Gordner, Adam Nichols and Jacob Fitch scored for Candor, while had slight edges in shots (15-13) and corners (7-6). Jordan Bartolis picked up the win in goal by making nine saves.
Joe Rorick and Colin Povoski had the goals and Ryan Marsh stopped eight shots for O-M.
IAC cross country
Lansing meet: On Tuesday at Lansing, Trumansburg’s boys bested a field of four teams with a score of 24 points, ahead of Marathon (36), Moravia (73) and the host Bobcats (incomplete).
The Blue Raiders’ Alex Kenney won the race in a time of 18 minutes, 35 seconds, more than a half-minute ahead of Lansing’s Max Stammer (19:08). Ben Pesco of T-burg was third in 19:29, followed by Marathon’s Daniel Harden (19:33) and T-burg’s Duncan Fuller (19:34).
Lansing’s Olivia Longhouse won the girls race, in 22:42.8. No other details were available.
The IAC divisional meet will be held next week in Groton.
STAC girls tennis
Corning 4, Ithaca 3: At Ithaca, the Hawks swept the four singles matches to win the match. Ithaca got doubles victories from the teams of Sophia Maranca and Charlotte Botz, Sophia Shi and Asha Duhan, and Sandrine Duboscq and Maya Jones.
Union-Endicott 214, Ithaca 227: At Cornell’s Robert Trent Jones course, Hogan Bendert shot a 2-over 38 to grab medalist honors and lead the Tigers past the host Little Red. Collyn Shippos, John Peterson and Nicholas Miller each had 44 to pace Ithaca.