Eighth-grader Madi Gould pitched a perfect game with 17 strikeouts as Whitehall
edged top-rated Fort Ann 1-0 in a matchup of state-ranked Adirondack League Class D softball teams.
Gould didn't allow a ball out of the infield as the Railroaders, ranked sixth in the state knocked off the defending state champions.
"You wouldn't know she was an eighth-grader to watch her play," Whitehall coach Pam Putorti said.
Gould outdueled Fort Ann's Kayla Bailey, who struck out 11 and allowed three hits.
Whitehall scored in the sixth inning as Jess Moore reached on a one-out error, stole second and then came home on another error as she stole third.
More softball: Horseheads junior right-hander Maddie Rogers has thrown back-to-back no-hitters on consecutive days. After retiring all 18 batters she faced in Monday's 13-0, six-inning win over Elmira for a perfect game, Rogers threw a no-hitter in a 9-0 triumph against Vestal on Tuesday.
Rogers struck out eight, walked one and hit a batter as Horseheads improved to 10-1. She retired the first 11 batters before a two-out error in the fourth inning.
"I feel like I'm getting better as (the season) goes along," said Rogers, who is in her second varsity season. "I'm just getting more comfortable on the mound. I just know what pitches to throw now more, what works for me."
Kori Thornton had two doubles and drove in all of Bainbridge-Guilford's runs in t 4-1 victory over No. 8 Greene as two team ranked in the state in Class C faced off.
Thornton's four RBIs came from a pair of two-run doubles to left field for No. 13 Bainbridge-Guilford.
Boys lacrosse: Sophomore attackman John Mitchell had five goals and two assists as Iona Prep downed Bronxville 16-6.
Iona Prep is ranked 13th in the state in Class A and Bronxville began the week at No. 1 in Class D.
Dylan Nelson and John Schreiber each added three goals and two assists for the winners. The Gaels had a 3-1 lead after the first quarter, then connected eight more time for an 11-2 halftime advantage.
Baseball: Senior Will Carlone had a pair of hits in becoming the school's career leader in that department during St. Joseph's 9-2 victory over St. Francis. Carlone, an infielder and pitcher, has 96 hits in his career, breaking the record set by Jared Baldinelli in 2013.
Streak snapped: Owen Strommer and Jack Godfrey earned a straight-sets win in doubled to help Washingtonville pull out a 4-3 boys tennis win Monday over Cornwall. The result ended Cornwall's 91-match winning streak dating back to 2012.
Strommer and Godfrey defeated Dan Lee and Noah Grossman 6-3, 6-2.
First-year Washingtonville coach Matt Anastasi helped Cornwall start its streak. The 2013 Cornwall graduate captured the 2012 Section 9 doubles title and won Orange County Interscholastic Athletic Association doubles championships his final two seasons.
"A couple of my friends from the Cornwall team texted me congratulations when I got the job," Anastasi said. "They said, 'If you end the streak, I'm not talking to you again.'"