Olivia May and Alivia Clark combined to pitch a perfect game, leading Notre Dame past Newfield, 13-0, in Interscholastic Athletic Conference softball Monday at Newfield.
May struck out eight over four innings, then Clark came in to fan three. May also homered and drove in three runs.
Brooke Smith was 3-for-4 with four RBIs for the Crusaders (2-1). Alania Steadman drove in three runs.
* Watkins Glen 19, Odessa-Montour 1: Brittney Kelly tossed a one-hit complete game and scored four times for Watkins Glen in IAC play at Odessa-Montour.
* Horseheads 16, Ithaca 1: Blue Raiders pitchers limited visiting Ithaca to one hit in the Southern Tier Athletic Conference game.
Amber Terlaje, Ciara Schoonover and Haley Williamson combined to strike out 10 for Horseheads (3-2).
Catherine Cites went 2-for-3 with a home run, two RBIs and two runs. Jessica Rutherford was 4-for-4 with three stolen bases, and Brooke Hockeborn contributed two hits and three runs.
Ithaca travels to Maine-Endwell Wednesday.
* Ithaca 96.5, Vestal 44.5: Dan Dracup won both the 1,600- and 3,200-meter runs to lead the Little Red past Vestal on Tuesday at Bredbenner Field.
Mande Semon added victories in the 100 meters and triple jump, and led off Ithaca’s winning 400-meter relay. Bruce Greene won the 200 meters and took the handoff from Semon in the 400 relay.
* Vestal 78, Ithaca 63: Lauren Trumble completed a rare double, winning the 400 and 3,000 meters, to lead the Little Red. Sylvia Frank won the 800 and Taylor Mangino won the 1,500 for Ithaca, which also won both the 400 and 3,200 relays. Emma Preston got Ithaca’s lone field-events victory, taking the shot put.
* Ithaca 20, Binghamton 1: All-American Lindsay Biondi had five goals and Grace Boyce added four and an assist as the Little Red (4-2) dominated the Patriots Monday night.
Lauren Herrick had a hat trick for the Little Red, which led 12-1 at halftime. Marcaesa Zervos had the lone goal for Binghamton, while Demi Zervos made 10 saves in goal.
Julie Erickson made two saves for Ithaca, which held a 32-5 edge in shots and a 21-2 advantage in draw controls.
Ithaca travels to Penn Yan on Thursday for a 5 p.m. faceoff.
* Seton Catholic 6, Dryden 5: At Dryden, Maura Ingram and Jordan Wilson had two goals apiece as the Saints (1-2) eked out the victory.
The score was tied at 4 at halftime, but the Saints scored early in the second half to take a one-goal lead, then doubled their lead late in the half. Coach Charlie Dardia’s Dryden squad scored in the closing minutes, but was unable to get the equalizer.
Liz Water had two goals, and Thea Simonet and Alex Zehr also scored for the Lions, who got 12 saves from senior goalie Marissa Ramos.
* Whitney Point 10, Dryden 9, OT: The Eagles got two goals each from Dan Ellerson, Sean Ballard, Corey Hodges and Brett Ellerson to beat the Purple Lions (1-5) in overtime.
Jordan Zehr, Erik Dardia and Joe Delucia had two goals apiece for Dryden, which rallied from a 7-3 halftime deficit to force the extra session. Matt Federation, Duran Joyce and Ross Cole also scored for the Purple Lions, while goalie Nate Walker made 10 saves. Andrew Gardiner stopped 13 shots for the winners.
Dryden is off till next Tuesday, when it travels to Elmira Notre Dame for a 7 p.m. faceoff.
* Horseheads 13, Ithaca 3: David Yorio went 3-for-5 with three RBIs as Horseheads downed Ithaca on Monday in STAC play.
Josh Stowell had two hits and also drove in three runs for the Blue Raiders (4-2). Kevin Bulas pitched a four-hitter.
Coach Ian Valentine’s Little Red is back in action Wednesday at Maine-Endwell.