John Lombardi finished with six goals and two assists to power Irondequoit to a 14-10 win over Section IV’s Ithaca in non-league boys lacrosse on Monday.
Dan Doktor had three goals and two assists for Irondequoit (6-8).
Trevor Carney had two goals and an assist and Noah St. Croix scored twice for the Eagles.
Newark 9, Brockport 8
Teddy Collins scored two goals and an assist to lead Newark.
Evan Knapp, Zach Bushart, Grant Howard and Andrew Garrett each added a pair of goals for the Reds.
Greece Arcadia/Olympia 5
Ryan Cosgrove scored three goals for the Saints (12-2).
Pavilion 2, Caledonia-Mumford 1
Hayden Ewell pitched a no-hitter with nine strikeouts to power Pavilion.
Ewell also had a double with a run scored for the Golden Gophers (5-12).
Avon 6, Warsaw 4
Garrett Mack doubled twice, and Brandon Gingher went 2-for-4 with three RBI for Avon (10-6).
Zack Loomis was 2-for-3 with two runs scored for the Braves.
Austin Jones doubled and tripled for Warsaw.
Greece Odyssey 3,
Eric Ricklefs hit a walk-off, one-out three-run homer to lift Odyssey (7-10). Ricklefs also pitched a four-hitter with four strikeouts for the Leopards.
Greece Arcadia 8,
Greece Olympia 0
Kevin Blum pitched a two-hitter with 11 strikeouts for the win.
Nick Horton was 2-for-4, and Gannon MacNeal doubled for the Titans (11-7, 7-0), who clinched the Monroe County Division IV title.
Gates Chili 7, Hilton 0
Mike Donofrio pitched a two-hitter to earn the win and also went 3-for-4 with three RBI for Gates Chili (12-6).
Ian Unson was 2-for-4 with a double and two RBI and Zach Harter went 2-for-4 with an RBI for the Spartans.
Greece Athena 10,
Mark Bendert scattered six hits and struck out three over five innings for his first varsity win.
Dom DiStefano had three hits for Athena (11-7).
Brockport 10, Spencerport 0
Tommy Pauly threw a two-hitter with nine strikeouts for Brockport (6-12).
Mike Jamele went 2-for-3 with three RBI and Riley Emmerson was 2-for-3 with two RBI for the Blue Devils.
Webster Thomas 3, Penfield 2
Jackson McDonnell had two hits and an RBI for the Warriors (10-7).
Alexander 10, Batavia Notre Dame 8
Jake Wozniak was 2-for-2 with an RBI, and Derrick Busch added two hits and two RBI for Alexander (11-4).
Gananda 8, Sodus 4
Matt Colbert went 3-for-4 with a run scored and two RBI, and Garrett Hoteling went 2-for-3 with an RBI for Gananda (6-9).
NE/NW College Prep 5
Patrick Medeiros was 4-for-4 with three runs scored, and Ryder Seablom went 3-for-4 with four RBI for Northstar (8-8).
Wayne County Championships
Senior Josh DeSain of Lyons shot a 75 to win his fourth straight title.
Section V qualifiers: DeSain (Lyons) 75, Avery Mitchell (North Rose-Wolcott) 80; Will Fisher (Sodus) 85; Jack Argento (East Rochester) 86; Bobby Heumann (Gananda) 87; Nathan Paddock (Clyde-Savannah) 91.
Genesee Region Championships
At Stafford CC
Junior Evan Gaesser (Kendall) shot a 73 to win his second-straight league title.
Attica/Alexander will represent the league in Class B while Elba/Oakfield-Alabama will compete in Class C.
Section V qualifiers: Drew Morabito (Notre Dame) 76, Matt Genaway (Attica/Alexander) 80, Jacob Adams (Kendall) 82, Joe Lane (Elba/Oakfield-Alabama) 82, Dakota Dillon (Elba-Oakfield-Alabama) 82.
Independent League Championship
Thomas Conroy shot a 75 at Wellsville CC for Aquinas and was also a sectional qualifier.
Stone Skeeter (Wellsville), Kevin Walsh (Wellsville) and Joe Rutalis (Aquinas) also qualified.
Gates Chili 231,
Greece Athena 239
Cameron Turner shot a 38 at Deerfield to medal for Gates Chili (3-8).
Churchville-Chili 221, Spencerport 226,
Vinny Crincoli shot a 42 to medal for C-C (10-3) at Mill Creek.
Greece Arcadia 247
Danny Zanill shot a 38 to medal for Irondequoit (2-15).
Webster Schroeder 229
T.J. Buck and Zak Ottman each shot an even-par 36 to medal for Penfield (10-4) at Webster East.
Gates Chili 0
Irondequoit is 7-2.
World of Inquiry 0
Brennan Brown and Tony Palucci won at third doubles 6-1, 6-2 for McQuaid (8-5).
Track and field
Batavia 111, Eastridge 30
Jarrett Lasket won the 400 (52.0) 400 hurdles (59.3) and the high jump (5-10) for Batavia (4-1).
Pittsford Sutherland 84, Irondequoit 56