Leading off today:
Mamadou Meite scored in overtime following a disputed call, giving top-seeded Frederick Douglass Academy
a 7-6 win over Tottenville for the PSAL boys lacrosse championship Sunday.
Tottenville had turned the ball over moments earlier when junior goaltender Thomas Casuccio was whistled for bringing a live ball back into the crease after defender Eian Stern intercepted a pass. Stern flipped the ball to his keeper to start the clear, but it was ruled Casuccio had come out of his crease and then went back in.
The call left Tottenville coach Demetrios Haronitis fuming.
"He's a possible All-American, he's all-conference and all-division," Haronitis said of Casuccio. "He doesn't make mistakes like that."
After the restart, Meite raced in from the left wing across to his right, beating Casuccio with a shot against the grain and inside the left post.
Tottenville had trailed 6-4 entering the fourth quarter and rallied to tie on Joseph Tucker's third goal of the game and David Bokser's second, the latter with 5:19 remaining.
FDA and Cold Spring Harbor, the top-ranked Class C squad, are the last two unbeaten boys teams in the state.
• Catherine Chipura's fourth goal of the day, just 1:14 into overtime, carried Tottenville to a 7-6 win over Curtis for the PSAL girls crown at Aviator Sports Complex in Brooklyn.
The Pirates, whose two league losses were to Curtis, had scored twice in the final 1:21 of regulation to pull ahead 6-5 before the Warriors' Diony Narvaez knotted the score with :02 to play.
Tottenville held possession the entire extra session after Erin Schuler had won the faceoff.
Baseball note: Wellsville sophomore Jack Migliore stole four bases Friday in a 14-0 win over University Prep to open the Section 5 Class B tournament. That gave Migliore 40 steals for the season and broke Scott Cicirello's school mark of 37 in 1991.
Johnnies land Wilson: True to his word upon taking the job, St. John's University men's basketball coach Chris Mullin continues to target local talent for the rebuilding process.
A year after Shamorie Ponds (Brooklyn Thomas Jefferson) and Bashir Ahmed (Bronx JFK via the junior-college route) picked St. John's program, 6-foot-7 Sid Wilson followed their path Saturday by committing to the Red Storm.
Wilson, all-state for St. Raymond's in 2016, spent this past season averaging 17.2 points a game at Brewster Academy. He picked St. John's over UConn and Texas.
The next recruiting cycle could be the one that makes or breaks Mullin's approach of defending the home turf. The big (in every sense of the word) target figures to be 7-footer Moses Brown, a second-team all-state pick last season for Archbishop Molloy.
River tragedy: Evin Kleinganz, 20, a former star pitcher at Arlington High, died in a weekend mishap after a canoe in which he was traveling on the Hudson River capsized.
Kleinganz was with two others when the canoe capsized in the area of Norrie Point on Friday evening the Dutchess County Sheriff's Office said. The others were picked up by another vessel.
Kleinganz's body was recovered Saturday.
In 2014, Kleinganz earned honorable mention honors on the Poughkeepsie Journal All-Star team.