Leading off today:
Anthony Cammisulli scored in the closing seconds of the second overtime to give Jericho
a 3-2 boys soccer victory Saturday over PSAL power Martin Luther King.
Jordan Miller drew two players into the corner and crossed to Cammisulli, who connected on a one-timer against MLK, ranked third nationally by the United Soccer Coaches.
Miller had knotted the score for Jericho off an assist from Ari Chananya with four minutes left in regulation.
Paolo Martino also connected for Jericho (8-1-1). Jake Levy made 11 saves in goal.
Cross country: Section 2 teams scored victories in three of the six major team races in the McQuaid Invitational in Rochester's Genesee Valley Park.
Pittsford Mendon senior Sam Lawler posted the day's top time, clocking 14:54.7 for three miles in the AA seeded division. The top girls performance came from senior Savannah Roark of Beavercreek, Ohio, with a 16:56.3 showing in the AAA seeded race.
The Shenendehowa girls won the large school team title by a 63-71 margin over Beavercreek, who traveled without top runner Taylor Ewert. Niskayuna (104), Liverpool (119) and Corning (127) rounded out the top five in a highly competitive team race.
The other Section 2 triumphs came from the Guilderland boys in AAA seeded by a 66-87 margin over Shenendehowa and Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake in boys seeded AA.
East Aurora and Burnt Hills also fell just short of pulling off doubles. The East Aurora boys placed second to Burnt Hills and the girls won their seeded AA race, with Burnt Hills taking second.
The seeded A races went to the Saranac Lake boys by a 76-81 margin over Beaver River and Newfane girls.
Mendon's Lawler was coming off an impressive win a week early in the pre-state meet at SUNY Plattsburgh.
"He's showing control at points of races and then showing aggression at points of races," coach Chris Compson said. "He's really come into his own, not only with training, but really learning the nuances of racing a 5K effectively."
More cross country: Adirondack senior Tyler Fauvelle defended his title in the in the boys small school division of the E.J. Herrmann Invitational at Thomas R. Proctor Park in Utica, covering 3.1 miles in 16:49.6.
Fauvelle edged Gitch Hayes of LaSalle Institute by 1.5 seconds.
The day's fastest time came from Nathaniel Sletten of Rome Free Academy, who won the large-school race in 16:42.8. Suffern scored a 38-41 victory over Cicero-North Syracuse for team honors.
Hannah Ielfield (18:39.6), Lexi Bernard and Brynn Bernard locked down the top three places in the girls small-schools race to pace South Lewis to victory.
• The girls team races in the Suffolk Coaches Invitational at Sunken Meadow were nail-biters. In Varsity A, Sachem North edged Brooklyn Tech 87-88. In Varsity B, Riverhead defeated Connetquot 94-95.
Girls soccer: Fourth-ranked Queensbury downed No. 12 Averill Park 2-0 in a game between state-ranked Class A squads from Section 2.