Leading off today:
Hyde Park FDR standout Sarah Trainor
broke the national girls record in the 2,000-meter steeplechase Saturday.
Competing at FDR's sixth annual Race At The Oval Office meet, the junior finished in 6:29.08. That barely eclipsed the record of 6:29.20 by Maddy Meyers of The Northwest School in Washington state in 2011.
Trainor had a big day in the distances, also winning the 800 meters in 2:16.60 and taking first place in the 1,500 in 4:34.19.
Not your typical win: Lakeland edged previously unbeaten Roy C. Ketcham 4-3 in a final of the Ricky Lombardo baseball tournament with enough plot twists for Netflix series.
Senior Kevin Burke held down the fort on the mound in an emergency relief stint, then Leo Cummings and Zach Cohen hit successive run-scoring doubles in the sixth inning to put Lakeland ahead at Ketcham (14-1).
Burke, a senior righthander, was called upon on his 18th birthday after starting pitcher Ethan Berta took a line drive to the pitching hand with two outs in the third, sending him to the hospital. "The first couple pitches I threw went toward their dugout," Burke said.
Burke allowed a run-scoring single before settling in and finishing his 2 2/3 innings with three hits allowed. Joey Vetrano drilled a solo homer to left that tied the score at 2 in the sixth inning, and Cohen came in to pitch the final 1 2/3 innings to close out the victory that improved Lakeland's record to 12-1.
"This was great," Hornets coach Bill Casey said. "RCK is a great program; they produce a very good team every year. So, to win this tournament against a quality team, that means a whole lot."
Lakeland reached the final with an 8-4 win over Rye.
Irondequoit ace rolling: Irondequoit lefty Nick Serce hasn't allowed an earned run through 31 2/3 innings this spring after six strong innings during a 7-0 win over Brighton.
Serce surrendered four hits, struck out four and also delivered a run-scoring single. After allowing two unearned runs in his first inning of the season, Serce hasn't been scored upon since.
Chaminade dominates: Thomas Rogan scored six goals and added an assist as Chaminade beat Manhasset 15-7 in the 12th annual Regs Rock boys lacrosse game in Mineola. Chaminade is top-ranked in the state in Class A and Manhasset is No. 1 in Class B.
Kevin Pimental scored the first two goals of the game and finished with three goals and three assists.
Chaminade led 7-3 midway through the second quarter before reeling off three straight goals in the final 1:35 before halftime. Rogan connected off a rebound, John Devino scored with :07.6 left and Tyler Sandoval took the next faceoff and darted upfield before finding the back of the net with :01.0 remaining.
The game is played each year in the memory of 1998 Chaminade graduate Jimmy Regan, who lived in Manhasset and was killed in action in 2007 while with the Army Rangers.
"This game is something we really look forward to because of what it represents," Rogan said.
More boys lacrosse: Cam Hay and Joey Pezzimenti scored four goals apiece as No. 7 Victor downed No. 4 Fayetteville-Manlius 13-4 in intersectional action between state-ranked Class B teams.
Pezzimenti added three assists and the Blue Devils' Regan Endres went 12-for-17 on faceoffs. Goalie Liam Haller played just over 40 minutes with 10 saves and only one goal allowed.
• Canandaigua, ranked 11th in Class B, rolled to a 15-4