Winning pitcher Alivia Clark hit two home runs as the Elmira Notre Dame softball team handed Lansing its first loss, 15-8, in an Interscholastic Athletic Conference battle of state top-10 teams on Wednesday in Lansing.
Mackenzie Maloney was 3-for-5 for Notre Dame (8-1), which is ranked ninth in the latest New York State Sportswriters Association Class C poll. Courtney Crater was 2-for-4 with two RBIs, and Ally Wichtowski had two hits and two RBIs.
Kassie Riemer had three hits and Nikki Van Ostrand two for fourth-ranked Lansing (8-1), which travels to Groton on Friday.
Edison 17, Trumansburg 7: On Wednesday at Trumansburg, Haley Maggs went 4-for-6 with two doubles, three runs and five RBIs as Thomas A. Edison collected 17 hits in an IAC victory.
Kirstin Rozell was 2-for-4 with three RBIs for Edison (5-1), which is ranked 20th in the state in Class B. Spartans pitchers Mackenzie Slaven, Leaha Jones and Madison Seelye combined for 15 strikeouts.
Edison plays at the Mudville Tournament on Saturday in Herkimer. The Spartans face South Seneca at 2 p.m., and either General Brown or Holland Patent at 4.
Trumansburg was scheduled to play at Candor on Thursday.
Spencer-Van Etten 11, Groton 0: On Wednesday at Spencer, Jesse Tillotson scattered five hits, struck out four and walked two as the Panthers (1-5) scored six times in the first inning en route to their first win of the season.
Catcher Gaige Gregoire went 3-for-3 with a triple and an RBI, and Tillotson added two hits and scored twice.
Edison 14, Trumansburg 6: On Wednesday in Trumansburg, the Spartan (5-1) scored five runs in the first two innings and three runs in each of its last three at-bats to defeat the host Blue Raiders (4-3).
Watkins Glen 225, Trumansburg 227: On Wednesday at Watkins Glen Golf Course, the host Senecas got a 4-over 40 from Keith Rekczis and handed Trumansburg (5-2) its second loss of the season.
The Blue Raiders, led by Aaron Oliver’s 42, were without their top player, junior Danny Lapp.
Ithaca 7, Union-Endicott 0: On Wednesday at Ithaca, the Little Red (6-0) scored its sixth straight shutout of a Southern Tier Athletic Conference opponent, as all four singles players — Kevin Huang, Justin Milner, Aidan Mackenzie and Michael Zhao — lost just one game in straight-set victories.