Dan Ellerson’s goal with about 20 seconds remaining Wednesday lifted Whitney Point to a 9-8 Section 4 Lacrosse Conference victory against visiting Maine-Endwell.
The Golden Eagles’ Jake Lynch scored as time expired in the second quarter to tie the game at 3. Ellerson recorded three goals and an assist, and goaltender Drew closed with 17 saves for the winners.
Seton Catholic Central 14, Elmira Notre Dame 9: At Seton Catholic Central, the Saints went 3-for-3 on man-up opportunities. Sam Crowley had four goals and an assist, and Dan O’Brien and Griffen Dovert each scored three goals and two assists for the Saints. Keyshawn Baker made 11 saves.
Corning 11, Binghamton 5: At Binghamton Alumni Stadium, Spencer Passmore registered two goals and two assists for the Hawks. Ian Rennia and Ben Stallman tallied two goals each and Thomas Drapier made 18 saves for Binghamton (5-10).
Horseheads 3, M-E 0: At Horseheads, Alissa Rice bunted for a base hit to lead off the home half of the first and scored one out later on Mickenzie Palmer’s double. Palmer and Emily Knowlden had two hits apiece, and Jenna Richmond homered in the sixth for the Blue Raiders. Taylor Chidester had two hits for M-E.
Owego 9, Chenango Valley 4: At Chenango Valley, Jill Silvanic doubled in the Indians’ three third-inning runs. Thomasina Greeno added a three-run double in the fourth inning.
U-E 2, Binghamton 1: At BAGSAI, the Patriots mounted a sixth-inning rally, scoring one run and loading the bases with no outs, but Alexis Estman struck out two and the last batter grounded out. Eastman recorded 12 strikeouts and hit a two-out single in the eighth inning to drive in the Tigers’ winning run.
Vestal 9, Ithaca 2: At Ithaca, Lauren Hess and Lauren Lee combined to toss a three-hitter to lead Vestal (4-10). Karissa Kohlman finished 2-for-4 with two RBIs at the plate for the Golden Bears.
Johnson City 3, Seton Catholic Central 2: At BAGSAI, Alexis Stetts scored on an error in the top of the sixth to give the Wildcats a lead that would hold up. Stetts went 2-for-3 with two runs scored and Lydia Ladd pitched a complete game for JC. Francesca Spinelli went 2-for-4 to lead the Saints (2-11).
Thomas A. Edison 4, Candor 1: At Candor, Mckenzie Slaven tossed a 14-strikeout complete game to lead Edison to an IAC victory. Candor’s Kietarah Mancini was 2-for-2 and scored her team’s run.
Groton 6, Trumansburg 5: At Groton, K’lyn Swarts stole second and came home on a throwing error to score the winning run for the Indians in the seventh inning.
CV 6, Owego 3: At Chenango Valley, the Warriors did the entireity of their scoring in a five-hit fifth inning. After Matt Personius drew a bases-loaded walk, Colby Ross cleared the bases with a double to put CV in front by 4-3.
Ross closed 2-for-3 with two stolen bases, and teammate Mark Mullins was 2-for-4. The Indians’ Matt Marsili was 3-for-4 with a double and an RBI.
Vestal 10, Ithaca 0: At Ithaca, Nick Wegmann pitched a 10-strikeout shutout. At the plate, Wegmann finished 2-for-3 with three runs scored and teammate Jake Spellane hit his third home run of the season, a three-run shot in the fourth inning to put the Golden Bears (8-7) up 9-0.
Norwich 2, Oneonta: At Norwich, Cody Barnes tossed a three-hit, 12 strikeout shutout to lead the Purple Tornado (9-6). Norwich’s Nick Mooney hit a two-RBI single in the bottom of the sixth.
Susquehanna Valley 3, Windsor 1: At Susquehanna Valley, Matthew Hassig struck out eight and allowed five hits and three walks to keep Windsor’s offense in check. In the fourth inning, Matt Merrell scored Hassig on a sacrifice fly and Justin Caroway hit a double to score Jimmy Mitchell.
Maine-Endwell 6, Horseheads 0: At Horseheads, Alex Zimmerman pitched a five-hitter to lead Maine-Endwell to a STAC victory. He struck out three.
Tioga 8, Newark Valley 0: At Newark Valley, Carter Jackson’s two-run single set in motion a seven-run first inning in which the Tigers totaled six hits. Tim Ette was 3-for-3 for Newark Valley.
Waverly 13, Odessa-Montour 0: At Odessa-Montour, Peyton Miller and Dylan Perry both went 3-for-5 for the Wolverines, who pulled away with four runs in each of the third and fourth innings.
Track & field
At Susquehanna Valley, the Sabers’ boys and girls wrapped up STAC Central Division-championship seasons with victories over Owego — the boys by 106-35, the girls by 91-50. It marked the boys’ fourth division title in five years and the girls’ sixth in succession.
Freshman Brandon Vosbury was fastest at 100 meters in a tidy 11.7 seconds, and ran second to teammate Bruce Canady in the 200. Jake Hawley swept the hurdles, clocking 15.7 and 1:02.4, respectively. On the girls side, the Sabers’ Natasha D’Oliveira returned from a couple weeks sidelined by illness to place first at 100 and 200, and Jade Fiess’ second consecutive meet at 90 feet-plus was good for a win in the discus.
Owego 13, Seton CC 10: At Traditions, Jenna Harris scored four of her six goals in the first half to help Owego to a 9-6 lead at the midway juncture. Maddie Williams gave the Saints their lone advantage, 1-0, and teammate Maeghan O’Brien closed with six goals in the team’s season finale.