Leading off today:
Frewsburg was a happening place in high school sports on Wednesday as a pair of pitchers threw no-hitters on neighboring fields.
In softball, MaKena Adams struck out 19 batters on hew way to a no-hitter as the Bears defeated Pine Valley in a Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 2 East matchup.
"Last year, she was a dominant pitcher," Pine Valley coach Dave Saxton said of Adams, who faced only two batters over the minimum. "She is a lot better this year. Her speed is faster and she has the best changeup of any pitcher that I have seen in years."
In baseball, junior Aaron Hair threw a no-hitter with a career-best 14 strikeouts as the Bears blanked Pine Valley 11-0 in a CCAA Division 2 East game.
Hair threw Frewsburg's first no-hitter since 2013. The right-hander threw 66 of his 100 pitches for strikes, despite first-pitch strikes to just 11 of 23 batters.
"I knew I had it going around the third or fourth inning," Hair said. "I felt really good. My pitches were all working and I felt like I was throwing hard."
Boys lacrosse: Danny Caddigan connected for five goals to lead Smithtown West to a 10-7 win over visiting West Islip in a matchup of state-ranked squads from Section 11.
Smithtown, which is unbeaten through nine games, is ranked fifth in the state in Class A. West Islip is ranked 10th.
Caddigan has 48 goals this season to lead all of Long Island.
West Islip led 3-0 early in the second quarter before Caddigan scored three times during a 4-0 run that put Smithtown West ahead for good. His fifth goal gave the Bulls a 6-4 lead midway through the third quarter and his brother Matt made it 7-4 with 4:14 left in the period.
"We just tried to get back to playing our brand of lacrosse and when we play the way we can play, I don't think anyone can stop us," Caddigan said.
More softball: Williamsville East's Kara Leone and Summer Clark combined to pitch a no-hitter for the Flames in a 6-0 victory over Victor, the defending NYSPHSAA Class AA champion.
Christine Mack drove in two runs with a home run and a single. Clark drove in a run with a triple.
• Jamesville-DeWitt senior Shayna Myrshall fired a three-hit shutout with no walks and seven strikeouts, but she also went 3-for-4 with two homers and five RBIs to beat Cortland 15-0 in a five-inning game.
Myrshall's first two homers of the season raised her career total to 11.
Jamesville-DeWitt, the three-time defending Section 3 Class A champion, is 3-0.
More baseball: Cicero-North Syracuse coach Kevin Rockwell collected his 300th career victory with a 5-4, walk-off win over West Potomac (Va.) High.