Leading off today:
Buffalo Lafayette, stripped of all its regular-season victories just days before the start of the tournament, is the Section 6 Class D champion in boys soccer.
The Violets defeated Pine Valley 7-2 in Friday's title game, advancing them to the New York State Public High School Athletic Association quarterfinals next weekend.
Two goals by Mee Reh in the first nine minutes put Lafayette ahead to stay, and Reh tacked on two more scores before halftime.
Lafayette, which was 9-3-2 at one point, was penalized by Section 6 on Oct. 11 after a determination that school administrators had not filed paperwork allowing Lafayette to combine with Newcomers Academy of Lafayette, a separately operated school on the same campus. Lafayette was allowed to continue its season but several players were removed from the roster.
"We were down a lot of players, obviously," Lafayette coach Brad Brodnicki told The Buffalo News. "I have a small team now, but I told them to stick with it. Stick with it and be strong and play for everyone else, even the ones that couldn't play. They showed up today and did really well, so I was really proud of what they did."
More boys soccer: Brockport coach Chris Zorn is retiring, but he's leaving with at least one parting gift and the possibility of more.
Brockport, which last hoisted a trophy in 2006, edged top-seeded Brighton 2-1 for the Section 5 Class A-1 championship Friday. The Blue Devils got goals midway through the first half from twin brothers Colby and Zach Wharram.
The Blue Devils will play Pittsford Sutherland next week for the right to represent the section in the NYSPHSAA tournament beginning next weekend.
Girls soccer: Two goals by Lainey Foti lifted Jamesville-DeWitt to a 2-1 victory over Syracuse CBA, giving the Red Rams their ninth consecutive Section 3 Class A championship.
"It's a legacy. And it's a lot of pressure to come out here today and play for a ninth straight win," Foti told Syracuse.com. "We don't want to be that team to break the streak. But it feels amazing."
• Megan O'Reilly scored her 11th goal of the season in the 79th minute to give defending champion Westhill the Section 3 Class B title over Lowville.
The shutout was the 18th of the year for Westhill and seventh in a row.
• Sophie Ryan scored with 6:35 left in the second half as unbeaten Babylon defeated Mattituck 2-1 for the Section 11 Class B championship.
The goal spoiled a standout effort from Mattituck goalkeeper Sarah Santacroce, who had with 16 saves.
"They played us tougher today than anybody has all season," Babylon coach Frank Mancuso said. "She's