Jared and Jake Nelson combined for four goals and six assists as the Vestal boys lacrosse team held on to defeat visiting Ithaca 10-8 in Section 4 play. Jared scored three goals and added assist, while brother Jake scored a goal and added five assists for Vestal (3-0).
Pat Carlin tallied two goals with an assist, in addition to winning seven faceoffs. Rob Potenzino netted the go-ahead goal with approximately four and a half minutes left, and the Golden Bears won the ensuing faceoff and held onto the ball until Sam Bulman sealed the victory with a goal with 24 seconds left.
Charlie Estill would score three goals and Aidan McCarthy had two for Ithaca (1-2).
Vestal plays at 3-0 Maine-Endwell at 1 p.m. on Saturday.
Maine-Endwell 11, Elmira 3: At Elmira, Brock Post and Connor O’Brien each scored three goals and added an assist as the Spartans (3-0) thumped Elmira in Section 4 play.
Horseheads 14, Union-Endicott 3: At U-E, Jordan Gush, Caleb Strope and Luke Tetreault all recorded hat tricks for Horseheads (2-0) who scored seven unanswered goals in the first half. Peter Ciacelli scored twice for U-E (0-4) and Luke Wilbur made 17 saves in goal.
Corning 15, Binghamton 8: At Corning, midfielder Sam Crusha tallied six goals to lead the Hawks (1-2) in a Section 4 victory. Andrew Buck added four goals for Corning, which scored four unanswered goals in the third quarter to pull away. Jim Vevos scored a goal and added two assists for Binghamton.
Chenango Forks 18, Dryden 2: At Chenango Forks, the Blue Devils scored 11 unanswered goals in a nonleague match against the Lions. Brandon Dutcher, Jake Gaworecki, and Cody Lamond each recorded hat tricks for Forks.
Whitney Point 14, Notre Dame 10: At Notre Dame, Zack Justin turned away 11 shots, but the Crusaders fell short 14-10 to Whitney Point. Jonas McCaig put five in the net and Jack Chapman added four in defeat.
Whitney Point 7, Marathon 1: At Whitney Point, Jared Bieber pitched five scoreless innings for the Golden Eagles in an Interscholastic Athletic Conference match against Marathon (0-1).
Whitney Point (1-0) opened the game with three runs and added two in the second and sixth innings.
Lansing 4, Union Springs 1: At Lansing, the home team broke through with three runs in the fifth inning on two hits, scoring each run on a wild pitch. Alex Schutz earned the win with seven strikouts and only one walk. Jared Cunningham walked two and struck out four in four and a third, earning the loss.
Maine-Endwell 12, Elmira 10: At M-E, Michelle savoldy scored twice in the last six minutes, thirty seconds as the Spartans (2-0) pulled away from Section 4 opponent Elmira. Dani Cronk scored four goals and Chelsea Cable added a hat trick for M-E and Hannah George made six saves earning the victory.
Whitney Point 13, Marathon 4: At WP, Whitney Point’s Courtney James threw a 84 pitch complete game, striking out seven and allowing only three hits.
Boys track and field
Ithaca 105, Binghamton 36: At Ithaca, Binghamton’s Gia Huy Le won both the shot put and discus events.
Girls track and field
Oneonta 82, Windsor 58: At Windsor, Windsor’s Kaylee Stone won the 3,000m and teamed with McKenzie Sage, Halie Balachick and Marlee Shaffer to win the 4X800 relay.
Ithaca 77, Binghamton 63: At Ithaca, Jasmine Howard won both the 100m and 200m events and teammate Madeeah Oranchak placed first in the long and triple jump.
Windsor 4, Sidney 1: At Sidney, the Warriors (0-1) began the season with a 4-1 loss in a non-league match against Windsor. The Warriors took one singles match but Windsor came back to win the remaining two, as well as both doubles matches.