On Friday, Maine-Endwell knocked off Canandaigua, 5-4 to advance to the state title game. Later in the day Susquehanna Valley fell to Center Moriches, 5-3 ending their historic season.
On Saturday afternoon in a rivalry showdown Union-Endicott knocked off Maine-Endwell, 4-3.
On a rainy Friday night, Johnson City boys lacrosse hosted Homer, while the Maine-Endwell girls hosted Johnson City.
On Thursday, Seton Catholic senior Serena Gay signed her letter of intent to run track at Niagra University.
Section IV lacrosse was in action Thursday night, with 7th ranked Chenango Forks (Class D) taking on 9th ranked Corning (Class A), and Vestal hosting Chenango Valley on senior night.
The NYSPHSAA Executive Committee has defeated the proposal to move to NFHS rules, with a vote of 12-10.
Tomorrow, the New York State Public High School Athletic Association will vote to determine whether it will change high school girls basketball rules to follow the NFHS.
On Thursday No. 2 Chenango Forks knocked off Whitney Point, 19-1.
On Wednesday both Johnson City softball and baseball took down Binghamton. Over at NYSEG Stadium, Chenango Valley also defeated Seton Catholic baseball.