Leading off today:
A pair of lengthy local reigns in girls soccer continues Friday night.
Jamesville-Dewitt won its 10th straight Section 3 title, doing all of its scoring in the first half of a 30-1 victory against Whitesboro in the Class A championship contest.
Grace Thomas, Megan Baker and Sydney Tanner scored for the Red Rams.
"I think every year we just come out and try to do our best and it's just kind of fallen into place for us," coach Hayley Nies said.
Meanwhile, Vestal surrendered the first goal but stormed back to beat Maine-Endwell 7-3 in Section 4 Class A to capture its ninth straight title.
Emilia Cappelett and senior twins Olivia McKnight and Victoria McKnight scored twice apiece.
For Vestal head coach Bill Stepanovsky, it was his eighth title in a row coaching the Bears. Before that, he guided Union-Endicott to nine Section 4 championships in 11 seasons.
"Nobody wants to let that go astray," Stepanovsky said. "They worked real hard for it, that's for sure.
More girls soccer: Scarlett Keppen and Chloe DeLyser scored the goals as Marion banked Geneseo 2-0 for the Section 5 Class C-2 championship.
The goal was the 80th of the season and 260th for her career for DeLyser, extending a pair of state records she set a week ago.
I caught up with her earlier this week for my PressConnects.com column. The national career scoring mark will definitely be on her mind next fall, but right now all she cares about is continuing the postseason run.
Athletes hurt in crash: Walter Panas volleyball players Victoria Getting and Jenn Braun were involved in a serious car accident caused Friday by a an alleged drunk driver, The Journal News reported.
Emergency responders removed three people trapped in an overturned vehicle involved in the two-car crash Friday evening. All were taken to Westchester Medical Center for injuries.
Getting remained hospitalized Saturday afternoon, treated for fractured ribs and a lung contusion.
Getting and Braun both played on Panas' NYSPHSAA championship teams in 2016 and '17. Panas is the No. 4 seed in this season's Section 1 Class A tournament and advanced to the quarterfinals with a victory Friday vs. Harrison.
Weather woes: The impending nor'easter anticipated to hit the southeastern portion of the state sent high school officials scrambling to reschedule events that had been planned for Saturday.