Leading off today:
Addison Wallace scored twice as Fabius-Pompey
defeated Bishop Grimes 3-0 on Wednesday in a matchup of state-ranked and undefeated Class D boys soccer teams from Section 3.
Jameson Andrews contributed two assists and Kewan Trotman added his 17th goal of the season for Fabius-Pompey, ranked second by the New York State Sportswriters Association. Bishop Grimes is ranked 14th.
Trotman has scored in all eight of his team's contests this season.
Girls soccer: June McCarthy scored with 34 seconds to play as newly ranked Johnsburg edged Willsboro 2-1 .
The Jaguars were ranked ninth in Class D by the New York State Sportswriters Association of Tuesday night. (Full rankings here.) Coach Ryan Carpenter shared the honor with his team before the game.
"Then after the game I told them it might not be what they're used to, but now it's an expectation that has to be met and embraced to play at that level," Carpenter said.
Milestone: Little Falls senior Nicole Failing notched career goal No. 100 during an 8-1 victory against West Canada Valley.
Failing has five goals and five assists this season on the heels of a 45-goal junior season.
Big weekend ahead: The schedule for Week 4 of the New York high school football season is loaded with head-to-head matchups between ranked squads, which will certainly cause juggling in next week's set of state ratings.
Tops amongst the 17 contests pairing ranked teams figures to be No. 3 Victor vs. No. 7 Irondequoit in Section 5 Class A action.
Possibly the most intriguing game pairs No. 9 Iona Prep with No. 16 Cardinal Hayes in CHSFL Class AA action. Iona Prep already has a pair of wins under its belt, while Hayes is making its season debut after opening with a bye and having its Week 2 game scrapped when an out-of-state opponent canceled late in the summer.
On the move: Julian Cunningham, ninth-team all-state for Bishop Timon-St. Jude in boys Class A basketball as a junior last season, is leaving the country. The Buffalo News reports Cunningham announced on Twitter that he will attend Orangeville Prep in Ontario, Canada.