Leading off today:
Michael Tangredi and Spencer Wirtheim scored four goals apiece to spark host Baldwinsville
to a 16-5 boys lacrosse victory over Fayetteville-Manlius on Saturday.
Austin Bolton added a hat trick for the Bees and Daniel Stehle made 16 stops in goal.
Brendan Wilcox and Jake Walsh scored nine seconds apart and Baldwinsville took command with a 9-1 run in the first half en route to avenging an 11-10 loss to the Hornets in overtime earlier in the week.
Baldwinsville kept F-M off the board for 31 minutes while building out its 13-1 lead.
More boys lacrosse: James Corcoran, Riley Gray, Kevin Pimental and Matt Major had two goals apiece as Chaminade traveled to Yorktown and earned an 11-5 win. Kevin Kuttin had three assists as Chaminade remained unbeaten.
Chaminade led 5-0 at the half. Notre Dame recruit Liam Entenmann made eight saves in the win.
"You play these teams so you get better," Yorktown coach Sean Carney. "When you compete at this level, every little thing is going to be scrutinized. We'll break down the film and look at every ground ball, every slide, every pass. We lost the game, but this will make us better as the season progresses."
Becker fans 22: Mahopac's Shannon Becker struck out 22 batters during a 2-1 softball victory over Colonie in intersectional action. Becker allowed just one hit and the run allowed was unearned.
Becker has struck out 108 batters through just six games this season.
• Marissa Stockmeyer of Maryvale struck out 17 Cheektowaga batters in a 6-4 win. earlier in the week she fanned 18 during a 10-3 victory over Pioneer.
Another Garlow milestone: Mount St. Mary star Lois Garlow reached the 200-goal mark for her lacrosse career during a 22-8 victory against Nardin Academy. Garlow transferred to Western New York from Park City, Utah, and scored 95 goals last season as a junior.
Garlow reached 1,000 career points during the recent basketball season.
Girls track: Tully sophomore Brooke Rauber threw down a 2:15.38 in the 800 meters to win at the Tully Invitational. That came on the heels of a 7:09.52 steeplechase performance Thursday at the Marathon Spring Fling Invitational.
Deafening silence: Newburgh's school board meets in public Tuesday for the first time since the release of an 87-page grand jury report that cited "systemic failure" in the district's handling of student attendance records, athletics eligibility and the credit-recovery program.
On the agenda is the first reading of an amended student attendance policy, which apparently will be the first peep from anyone in a position of authority in the school district since the grand jury findings.
"This was a complete systematic failure from the top down, and it needs to be remedied," Orange County District