Leading off today:
Deposit junior pitcher Makenzie Stiles
broke the NYSPHSAA record by pitching the 11th softball perfect game of her career Wednesday during a 15-0 win over Unadilla Valley.
Stiles improved to 4-0 on the season in breaking a tie with Chelsea Plimpton, who threw 10 perfect games for Williamsville South from 2003-07. Barb Cook (Susquehanna Valley, 1995-99) and Marissa Carpenter (South Glens Falls, 2006-08) threw nine perfect games apiece.
Deposit's Bryn Martin went 4-for-4 with a home run, five RBIs and three runs scored in the victory.
Spaulding sets school mark: Senior Rachel Spaulding became Queensbury all-time scoring leader in girls lacrosse when she rolled up five goals and seven assists in a 26-0 rout of Amsterdam.
Spaulding has 152 goals and 161 assists in three-plus seasons for a school-record 313 points. Mary Rahal, now at Syracuse, held the previous mark with 308 points from 2011-15.
Jordan Bentley added five goals and three assists for Queensbury.
Big day at the plate: Noah Campo hit for the cycle and slugged a grand slam in Briarcliff's 15-2 baseball win over Pleasantville.
Campo's day at the plate consisted of a run-scoring triple in the first inning, an RBI double in the third and then a single and the bases-clearing home run in the eight-run fourth.
"I was really seeing the ball well today and I was feeling great at the plate," Campo said. "I hit for the cycle, but it's really a team effort. My teammates were all on base for me to get them in. That's how I put up the numbers I did today."
Victor softball rolls: Victor used a nine-run fourth inning to build an insurmountable lead and defeat Fairport 14-2 in a matchup of two of Section 5's top softball teams.
Fairport pitcher Clare Aroune was hit by a line drive at the end of the third inning and left the game. The Blue Devils went to work the next inning to break the game open in support of Katie Sidare, who struck out 17.
Sarah Simmons finished 3-for-3 with three RBIS.
State rule suspended: The New York State Public High School Athletic Association announced it is waiving the "seven consecutive day" rule for the remainder of the spring season, thereby allowing weather-battered teams to practice or play more than six straight days.
"This is, without question in my 33 years, the worst spring I can recall," said Phonsey Lambert, Saratoga Central Catholic's baseball coach and AD. "We've had snow in early April, but it melted off. This cold, I've never seen anything like it."