Katie Kostiw drove in the go-ahead run in the top of the seventh inning, and Mackenzie Franks had the oddity of picking up the win and the save in the same game by taking a position in the field between two stints on the mound, The Buffalo News reported.
Impressive comeback: Fulton dug itself a nine-goal hole by allowing the first four scores of the second half, then recovered to beat Auburn 19-18 in a double-overtime girls lacrosse game.
Junior Hailey Carroll (eight goals, one assist) scored the winning goal for the visitors, who rattled off 12 of the next 13 goals after falling behind 15-6.
Jordan Coulon (six goals) and Mckenna Chesboro (four) booked seven points apiece in the win.
Fulton is ranked 16th in the state in Class B.
Loucks Games: The Loucks Games, featuring more than 3,000 athletes from 255 schools, will wrap up Saturday in White Plains. Expect the usual slew of superb performances, though even the most elite of performers will be hard-pressed to match what Saratoga distance star Kelsey Chmiel did Friday.
A day after splitting 4:42.93 in the distance medley relay to help the streaks to a U.S. season-best time, Chmiel won the 3,200 meters in 9:59.62 to fend off Jacqueline Gaughan (10:05) of Exeter (N.H), landing both in the national top five for the season.
Chmiel's mark is No. 3 all-time in New York.
• Brewster's Amelia Cuomo, who scurried to the meet after finishing her fourth Advanced Placement test, captured the girls 1,600 racewalk in 7:30.1.
Following up: We mentioned earlier in the week that Indian River folded the tent in boys lacrosse by forfeit its final four games of the season. The Daily Times reported injuries were the culprit, with AD Jay Brown indicating the Warriors were down to 12 healthy players.
The season began with 22 players on the roster.
Extra points: Justin Culligan, an assistant last fall, was appointed head football coach at Corinth during Tuesday's school board meeting. He replaces Chris Doody, who plans to continue as an assistant after four years as the Tomahawks' head coach.
Culligan, 42, was dismissed at Whitehall during the 2014 season as part of the fallout from a fight-marred football game vs. Rensselaer.
"I didn't know if I wanted to be a head coach again -- I really enjoyed last year as an assistant," he told The Post-Star. "The kids were unbelievable. They got me back to that passion I had two years ago."