Cody Lamond led a second-quarter charge Friday that gave Chenango Forks a leg up on visiting Owego on the way to an 11-7 boys lacrosse victory.
Lamond was beneficiary of improved ball movement and struck for three of his five goals as the Blue Devils outscored Owego by 4-0 in the second to take a 7-2 halftime advantage. Jack Sherwood closed with two goals and three assists for the winners.
Forks will bring a 5-0 record to Maine-Endwell for a 7 p.m. Tuesday clash with the unbeaten Spartans.
Maine-Endwell 12, Oneonta 3: At Maine-Endwell, the Spartans won their eighth consecutive game. Tyler Thompson and Drew Grassi teamed for seven goals.
Vestal 16, Chenango Forks 2: At Chenango Forks, seven players scored as Vestal dealt the Blue Devils their first loss in six outings.
Hanna Layton, who scored both of Forks’ goals, made it 2-1 in the first half, but Vestal responded with eight consecutive goals to lead 10-1 going into the second half.
Tomasina Leska sparked the Golden Bears (7-1), scoring four of her team-leading five goals in the opening half, and adding three assists. Julia Lovaglia added a hat trick while Chloe Kurst, Justine Johnson and Jaime Peters scored two apiece.
Newark Valley 9, Newfield 8: At Newark Valley, Blake Novi tripled twice in a 3-for-4, three-RBI showing, and Cardinals teammate Shawn Potter contributed a pair of doubles in the Interscholastic Athletic Conference game.
Trumansburg 24, Moravia 5: At Trumansburg, Trevor Rumsey was 5-for-6 and drove in seven runs for the Blue Raiders.
WP 16, Marathon 1: At Whitney Point, Leon Ellerson-Poirier permitted three hits and struck out nine in five innings pitched, and added a 3-for-3, three-RBI showing. Nick Hust was 2-for-3 with a double and two RBI.
Tioga 29, O-M 5: At Tioga, Parker Hendershot struck out 10 without a walk in four innings pitched, and with bat in hand went 4-for-6, drove in six and scored three times. Peter Simmons’ 4-for-4 day brought three RBI and three runs.
Maine-Endwell 5, Elmira 1: At Elmira, Maine-Endwell jumped ahead with four runs in the second inning and controlled the rest of the game. Dylan Wasilnak hit an RBI double in the second to go with his three-hit, seven-strikeout pitching through six innings. Drew Gallagher was 2-for-3 for the Spartans.
Johnson City 11, Windsor 0: At Windsor, pitchers Brendyn Ngo and Pat Garey combined to scatter seven hits. JC took a 4-0 first-inning lead. Nick Chilson was 3-for-5 with a double and a triple, and Christians Rosics was 2-for-3 with three runs.
Ithaca 7, Union-Endicott 3: At Ithaca, the Little Red’s James Cronin was 3-for-4 with one run scored and an RBI, John Peterson was 2-for-4 with one run scored and an RBI, and Graham Mandl was 2-for-4 with a run scored in the STAC game.
Windsor 9, Johnson City 3: At Windsor, Amina Mohammed was 2-for-3 with three RBI, and Paige Rauch went 3-for-4 with a three-run home run in the sixth inning to lead Windsor. Mara Kholbach pitched a complete game with 10 strikeouts.
Chenango Valley 12, Seton Catholic Central 3: At BAGSAI, Chelsea Henige, Alexis Phillips, Emily Hammond, Dani Forbidussi and Juliet King combined for 10 hits and six RBI to push Chenango Valley to victory. Henige was 4-for-5 with a two-run, fourth-inning homer.
Whitney Point 15, Marathon 3: At Whitney Point, Courntey Dunham’s 5-for-5 day included a three-run home run in the first inning.
Boys Track & Field
SV 124, Windsor 17: At Susquehanna Valley, Richard Buchanan’s 6,000 meters worth of activity netted him four top finishes for the Sabers. Among Buchanan’s efforts was a 4-minute, 32.8-second clocking in the 1,600.