land), Kevin Stevens (Binghamton), Andrew Legare (Elmira), James Johnson (Rochester), Stevie Johnson (Roch- ester), Paul Gotham (Rochester), Bob Chavez (Canandaigua), Alan Brignall (Geneva), Chris Metcalf (Batavia), Alex Brasky (Batavia), Bill Collmer (Avoca), Chad Andrews (Buffalo) and Dave Universal (Buffalo).
Boys lacrosse: I saw Penfield in a 15-10 loss to West Genesee early this season and came away thinking the Patriots were going to be a handful for Section 5 opponents by the time May rolled around. Well, Penfield seems to have arrived ahead of schedule.
Max Hoadley scored in overtime as the Patriots edged Victor 7-6 on Tuesday. Hoadley's second goal of the game came with 2:45 to go in the extra session.
Penfield scored four unanswered goals to end the third quarter and begin the fourth quarter to take a lead until Joey Pezzimenti of Victor tallies with 1:39 to go.
Penfield goalie Travis Wagner made 13 stops.
Long Island thriller: Junior right-hander Aidan Crowley's bid for a fourth consecutive baseball no-hitter went by the boards two pitches into the game, but Shoreham-Wading River pulled out a 6-5 win over Miller Place. Mike Smith drilled a one-out, two-run double to right-center in the bottom of the seventh inning at the Moriches Sports Complex.
D.J. Brown and Peter Minneci both drew full-count walks before cleanup hitter Nick Bettenhauser dropped a perfect bunt to move the runners to second and third.
The seventh inning hit made a winner of reliever Blake Osness, who threw a scoreless top of the seventh. Crowley (4-0) threw six innings, allowed eight hits, and four earned runs with six strikeouts.
Softball milestone: Oneida coach Mike Curro picked up his 300th career win as the Indians shut out Vernon-Verona-Verona-Sherrill 26-0.
Curro is in his 20th season and has guided the program to three Section 3 championships.
Extra points: Hilton has appointed Mike Potter as the new girls cross country coach. He takes over for Mike Szczepanik, who guided the Cadets to a Nike Cross Nationals title in 2005.