Editor's note: This blog was updated Monday at 11:05 a.m. following changes made to the field in the Division I wrestling tournament. Horseheads replaced Massapequa, requiring a change in seedings and first-round pairings.
Leading off today: Section 8 powerhouses Wantagh and Locust Valley have been named top seeds in Saturday's inaugural NYSPHSAA dual-meet wrestling championships in Syracuse.
The 12-team fields for Divisions I and II at SRC Arena and Events Center on the campus of Onondaga Community College were announced Sunday. The squads will are divided into three-team pools for the preliminaries, with winners advancing to the semifinals at 2:30 p.m. and title matches at 6 o'clock.
If the seeds hold up, Wantagh and Minisink Valley will meet for the large-school title and Locust Valley will take in Mount Sinai for the small-school championship.
The Division I pools:
Mat No. 1 -- Wantagh (No. 1 seed), Elmira, Fox Lane.
Mat No. 2 -- Fulton (No. 4 seed), Hilton, Shenendehowa.
Mat No. 3 -- Spencerport (No. 3 seed), Jamesville-DeWitt, Rocky Point.
Mat No. 4 -- Minisink Valley (No. 2 seed), Lancaster, Horseheads.
The Division II pools:
Mat No. 5 -- Locust Valley (No. 1 seed), Warrensburg, Peru.
Mat No. 6 -- Norwich (No. 4 seed), Canisteo-Greenwood, Pearl River.
Mat No. 7 -- Central Valley (No. 3 seed), Tioga, Port Jervis.
Mat No. 8 -- Mount Sinai (No. 2 seed), Falconer, Gouverneur.
Sunday basketball: Savion Lewis scored a school-record 50 points for Half Hollow Hills East in a 90-68 win over Chaminade. HHH East is ranked 16th in Class AA and Chaminade fifth in Class A.
Tyson Etienne and Tykei Greene scored 21 apiece for Long Island Lutheran in an 87-37 rout of South Shore. LuHi is ranked fifth and South Shore 24th in Class AA.
Coming up: Mount Vernon boys basketball coach Bob Cimmino goes for his 500th victory Tuesday when the Knights play Scarsdale. Cimmino is 499-93 with 16 Section 1, seven NYSPHSAA and four Federation titles.
Epic journey ahead: Cara Nelson, a teacher and coach at East Hampton Middle School, is going to try tackling the World Marathon Challenge at the end of the month.
The event has competitors running seven marathons in seven days -- one on each continent of the world.
"This is taking marathon running to the extreme," said Nelson, a seventh-grade social studies teacher.
Nelson, 31, has four marathons to her credit thus far. If she pulls off the 183-mile trek beginning Jan. 30 she'll nearly