Leading off today:
Riley Burke and Noah Craig scored the winners' goals as Fayetteville-Manlius
edged Baldwinsville 2-1 in boys soccer between ranked Class AA teams Tuesday.
D.J. Taylor scored for the Bees.
Baldwinsville began the week ranked fifth and Fayetteville-Manlius 12th in the NYSSWA ratings. The teams will have an Oct. 7 rematch at Baldwinsville.
More boys soccer: Scarsdale knocked off No. 7 Mamaroneck 2-1 in more Class AA action. Takumi Osaki scored off a Nico Bernard assist with two minutes left in the second overtime.
Girls soccer: Anna Hewlett scored the goal as Webster Schroeder edged Fairport 1-0 in a clash of Section 5 unbeatens in Class AA.
Schroeder was coming off a tie over the weekend vs. Spencerport, ranked No 1 in the state in Class A.
• Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake turned a corner kick by Annabelle Morrison into a goal as Aerin Dicruttalo converted with 1:34 remaining in a wild 5-4 victory over Bethlehem.
The win was just the second in nine games for the Spartans and handed the Eagles their first loss in the Suburban Council.
Molly Boone gave Burnt Hills a 4-3 lead with her second goal of the game with 10:21 left, but Grace Hotaling scored her second of the day for Bethlehem with 7:21 to play.
Milestone: Coach Jon Beardsley won his 300th game when Fillmore downed Genesee Valley 3-0 in girls soccer. Fillmore improved to 6-0, all by shutouts. Carmen Mancuso scored twice.
Girls swimming: East Aurora sophomore Mary Brinker broke a pool record that had stood since 1992, winning the 100-yard freestyle in :54.70 as the Blue Devils downed Eden 122-65.
• Syracuse's combined district team won for the first time since October 2012, edging Skaneateles 96-90. Sisters Niahm and Orla Lacey each scored a pair of individual victories and swam on the 400 freestyle relay.
• Poughkeepsie, which hadn't won a meet since 2013, defeated Roy C. Ketcham 84-80. Neither team led by more than four points until Laura Salmonese's win in the 100 breaststroke helped Poughkeepsie to an 80-72 advantage.
Football: Jamesville-DeWitt linebacker Jake Wright was originally credited with 27 solo or assisted tackles in the 26-20 win over East Syracuse Minoa last weekend. After reviewing the video, the J-D staff credited Wright with 30 tackles.
Wright, who also plays running back, ran for one touchdown and caught a pass for another score. He's also a defending Section 3 champion at 160 pounds in wrestling.
College commitments: Poly Prep girls basketball star Shanniah Wright, a 6-foot-2 forward and first-team all-state selection in Class C, has picked Georgetown over a host of Ivy League suitors.
Christ the King guard Brandy Thomas, a 13th-team all-