Lansing tennis team routs Trumansburg

Lansing tennis team routs Trumansburg


Lansing tennis team routs Trumansburg



Andy Parkes and Nick Zarate posted straight set victories at first and second singles respectively to power Lansing to a 7-0 win over Trumansburg in Interscholastic Athletic Conference North Large Division boys tennis on Monday afternoon.

Lansing finished its regular season at 10-0, 8-0 league. The Bobcats clinched their fourth straight IAC crown.

Lansing is undefeated in conference over the past three seasons and has won 30 straight dual matches.

Parkes and Zarate both finished the regular season at 10-0.

Lansing next competes in the IAC Tournament at SUNY Cortland at 9 a.m. on Wednesday.

STAC baseball

Horseheads 10, Ithaca 1: At Ithaca, Kevin Bulas threw a complete-game three-hitter to power Horseheads.

Brett Wieland went 5-for-5 with three runs batted-in for the Blue Raiders (10-4).

Dylan Manwaring tripled and David Yorio and Josh Stowell each added a double for Horseheads.

IAC baseball

Lansing 27, Whitney Point 4: At Whitney Point, Troy Osterman earned the win for the Bobcats (13-0), the top-ranked team in the state in class C.

Lansing scored in the top of the first for a 1-0 lead. Whitney Point evened the game in the bottom of the third with a run.

The Bobcats broke the game open with 10 runs in the fourth inning. Lansing scored 27 runs on 11 hits.

STAC softball

Horseheads 20, Ithaca 4: At Ithaca, the Blue Raiders (9-4) scored 11 runs in the top of the first inning to seize control in the five-inning game.

Haley Williamson earned the win for Horseheads.

Horseheads held the Little Red scoreless for the first three innings before Ithaca scored three in the bottom of the fourth and one more in the fifth.

IAC boys golf

Lansing 225, Moravia 269: At Cornell’s Robert Trent Jones Course, John Losurdo shot a five-over par 41 to medal for the Bobcats (9-3).

Clint Herdog added a 43 and Zack Smith carded a 44 for Lansing, which had five golfers each under 50.

Jake Wells had a 47 and Joel Collard chipped in a 48 for the Blue Devils.


More USA TODAY High School Sports