Kelly McGill had four goals and an assist and Alexis Garbarino also scored four times as visiting Maine-Endwell held off a late Chenango Forks charge to win the Section 4 Conference girls lacrosse match, 16-13, Tuesday.
MaryKate Guilfoyle had three goals and an assist for the Spartans, who scored 10 first-half goals.
Sierra Torillo had three goals and two assists, and Rachel Kenyon and Hanna Layton each score three times for the Blue Devils.
Vestal 12, Horseheads 7: Horseheads took an early 2-0 lead, but Vestal stormed back to get the victory and remain unbeaten at 4-0.
Tess Sydlo and Sam Owen scored in the first five minutes, but both were held in check the rest of the way, ending up with two goals apiece.
Nicole Lyons and Noelle Patterson scored two goals each as the Golden Bears took a 6-3 halftime lead. Lyons finished with four goals and an assist and Devon McKercher also scored four goals for Vestal.
Johnson City 14, Dryden 5: Gabrielle Moran scored in the opening minue in her second varsity game, and Johnson City routed Dryden.
Amanda Cluck had six goals and two assists and Moran finished with three goals and an assist for the Wildcats, which evened their record (1-1).
Marissa Ramos made 12 saves for Dryden.
Owego 20, Seton Catholic Central 5: Alison Zlinsky had eight goals and an assist as Owego cruised past Seton Catholic Central.
Andrea Zlinsky had three goals and five assists and Laurel Neira added thre goals and an assist for the Indians, which scored 12 first-half goals.
Meaghan O’Brien scored three goals to lead the Saints.
Corning 22, Binghamton 1: Morgan Hogue had four goals and two assists and Neena Merola also scored four times in Corning’s runaway victory.
Katie Gaudet scored and Deme Zervos mad six saves for the Patriots.
Vestal 22, Union-Endicott 4: Jake Nelson and Joe Eiskant scored four goals each, and had a combined five in the second quarter, as Vestal routed Union-Endicott..
Justin Flint scored twice for the Tigers.
Boys track and field
Maine-Endwell 73, Horseheads 51, Johnson City 36: Maine-Endwell’s Brennan Crowle placed first in two events — the 110-meter hurdles (14.9 seconds) and triple jump (41-6 1/2 inches). Crowle also placed third in the discus (105-3) and second in the shotput (39-31/2). Crowle is the defending Section 4 champion in the pentathlon and signed to compete for Rutgers University next season.
Girls track and field
Maine-Endwell 74, Horseheads 65, Johnson City 14: Maine-Endwell’s Casey Lee and Miranda Green were both double winners. Lee finished first in the 100 meters (12.9) and 200 (27.2), and Green finished first in the shot put (29-51/2) and discus (99-9). Arianna Scaptura was a triple winner, placing first in the 100 (16.8), 400 hurdles (1:15.7), and long jump (15).
Horseheads 181, Waverly 216, Elmira 286: Emily Doyle was two-over-par with 36 and was seven strokes ahead of the other competitors.
Spencer-Van Etten 14, Newfield 6: Spencer-Van Etten’s Derrek Carmen was 3-for-3, hitting a single, double and triple, and recorded three RBIs. Tyler Ellenson was 2-4 with an RBI, Tyler Lawrence was 2-5 with an RBI, and Elliot Deppe was 1-3 with 2 RBIs for the Panthers. Newfield’s Billy Meeker was 1-for-4, with a double and a run scored.
Deposit 8, Greene 7: Deposit’s Haley Linkroum was 2-for-2, with 2 RBIs, including a two-run home run in the fourth inning.
Megan Faulkner scored on Linkroum’s homer, and was 2-for-3. Catherine Bush was 2-for-4 with two RBIs for the Lumberjacks.
Greene took the lead in the fourth, string five hits.
Morgan Ellis was 2-for-2, with two runs, and Shawn Ayres was 2-for-4 for the Trojans.