This spring was one to remember, not only in Section IV but throughout the Southern Tier.
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.
Section IV baseball was in action this afternoon, as Union-Endicott hosted Johnson City, and Maine-Endwell hosted Corning.
On Wednesday Maine-Endwell knocked off Union-Endicott, 2-0 in a rivalry game. Allison L’Amoreaux threw a complete game with 17 strikeouts.
One field, two sports, Jake Topa has made his mark during the 2018-2019 school year as one dominant athlete.
Tonight in Section IV lacrosse, the Union-Endicott boys hosted Seton.
On Wednesday night, the Vestal girls hosted Ithaca, as the Golden Bears would try to hand the Little Red their first loss of the seaso