Leading off today:
Marion junior Chloe DeLyser
set NYSPHSAA girls soccer records for goals in a season and career during a 7-0 victory against Pembroke in the Section 5 Class C-2 quarterfinals Friday.
DeLyser's first of five goals on the day, just 2:48 into the game, was No. 252 of her career to break the mark set by Madisyn Pezzino of Grand Island in 2016. Goal No. 4 on the day gave her 74 this season, one more than Brittany LaPlant tallied for Queensbury in 2013.
DeLyser, a fifth-year varsity player, has committed to Ohio State.
Marion's season continues Tuesday vs. Holley in a semifinal.
Defending 'AA' champ out: Sophomore Joe Vogt scored off a scramble one minute into overtime to spark Penfield to a 3-2 boys soccer win over McQuaid in the Section 5 Class AA quarterfinals
McQuaid won the 2017 NYSPHSAA Class AA championship.
The Patriots trailed 2-0 early before rallying for their third straight overtime triumph.
"My guys just kept plugging away," Penfield coach John Cotsonas said. "We're proud of the boys. Sometimes you need a little luck and we got it at the end of the match when we needed it."
Penfield's semifinal will be Friday vs. Rush-Henrietta, which gave another jolt to the tournament with a 1-0 upset of Fairport, ranked 17th in the state.
Postgame altercation: The postgame handshake line got heated and a skirmish broke out after host Liverpool defeated Utica Proctor 20-14 in the Section 3 Class AA football quarterfinals.
The altercation consisted primarily of pushing and exchanges of words.
Philly schools cancel season: Two Philadelphia schools will forfeit the remainder of their football seasons as a result of a fight last Friday night.
After Olney Charter defeated host West Philadelphia 20-8, a fight began in the stands and multiple players joined in, according to reports.