Matt Personius set two school records in leading the Chenango Valley baseball team to a 9-2 victory over Dryden in a non-league baseball game Monday in Binghamton.
Personius went 3-for-4 with two triples, a steal and three runs batted in.
The senior catcher set school records for career stolen bases, with 30, and career triples, with seven. Personius broke the stolen base record set by Mike White (1998-99) and equaled by Chris Ruffo (2011-13), and the triples record that was shared by five players.
Senior Alan Davis took the loss for the Purple Lions (8-2 overall), pitching four innings and giving up eight runs on five hits while striking out six. Zach Cole got the win for the Warriors, scattering a run on two hits in four innings.
CV scored twice in both the second and third innings, then broke it open with four runs in the fourth. Kolby Ross added three hits and three RBIs for the winners.
Dryden hosts Union Springs on Wednesday.
Trumansburg 13, Spencer-Van Etten 2: Three T-burg pitchers scattered three hits while the offense collected 12 hits and benefited from six Panthers errors en route to the victory.
Starter Mitchell Swartwood picked up the win for the Blue Raiders, while Trevor Rumsey worked the sixth and lefty Cam Lueder the seventh.
Tioga 10, Watkins Glen 5: At Tioga, Tanner Folk finished 3-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored, helping the Tigers (3-0) to the IAC victory.
Candor 21, Moravia 9: The Indians scored in every inning they batted, and doubled their score with 10 runs in the fifth inning en route to the win. Candor (2-5) pounded out 15 hits and took advantage of five errors by the Blue Devils (0-4).
Tioga 10, Watkins Glen 0: At Tioga, sophomore Sam Wood pitched a shutout, striking out 12 and walking one. She has 50 strikeouts to one walk this season.
At the plate, Wood finished 3-for-4 with two triples, three RBIs and two runs scored to lead the Tigers (4-1).
Ithaca 17, Union-Endicott 9: At Union-Endicott, Juliet Miettunen had six goals and two assists as the Little Red (2-4) beat the Tigers in a Section 4 matchup.
Kylie Sposito chipped in four goals and an assist and Allie Cornell-Roberts had a hat trick for Ithaca, which had the edge in both shots (30-16) and draw controls (20-8).
Lisa Leska and Madison Temple scored two goals apiece for Union-Endicott.
Ithaca was scheduled to take on Elmira on Tuesday night and Horseheads on Thursday night, both at home.
Track & field
Southern Cayuga tri-meet: On Monday at Poplar Ridge, Dryden’s boys topped both Groton (79-39) and the host Chiefs (65-34). Groton topped SC, 65-45. Liam Joyce won the 100 and 200 meters, Nick Muldoon won both hurdle events and Tor Wildenstein won the long and triple jumps for Dryden, which took first place in 10 of 15 events.
On the girls’ side, Dryden also won twice, beating Groton (74-37) and SC (74-31). The Chiefs girls edged the Indians, 47-38. Abbey Yatsko won the 100, 200 and 400 for the Purple Lions, while teammate Shaina Sullivan won the 100 hurdles, triple jump and high jump.