New York State Girls Lacrosse Championships
all games held at SUNY Cortland
Friday, June 7
Baldwinsville 9, Suffern 8
Sarah Klaben scored the game-winning goal, breaking an 8-8 tie with 4:28 left in regulation. Klaben scored four goals and Amari Pollard scored three times in the win. Alli Iodice had tied the game with a goal with 11:07 to play. Dana Gisonno and Jordan Drab each scored twice for Suffern, which ends the season with an 18-5 record.
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Farmingdale 10, Penfield 6
Bridget Weill scored four goals and Nadine Hadnagy had three goals and four assists to lead Farmingdale. The Dalers (15-3) will face Baldwinsville in the final at 9:30 a.m. Saturday. Tara Wahl's goal with 13:07 left in the first half gave Farmingale a 3-2 lead and the Dalers never trailed from there. Farmingdale last won a state title in 2010.
Christian Brothers Academy 17, John Jay-CR 13
Marissa Romeo scored six goals as CBA knocked off the Section 1 champs. Emily Ehle added a goal and four assists in the win. Molly O'Reill recorded three goals and two assists to earn all-tournament honors for John Jay. Delaney Spencer had three goals and Hannah Bocklet, Sarah Lang and Dakota Adamec had two goals and an assist for the Indians.
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Brighton 9, Manhasset 8
Manhasset fell short to Section V's Brighton in a Class B state semifinal. Sarah Barcia led the Indians with two goals in the loss. Manhasset ends its season with a record of 16-4. Brighton will meet Christian Brothers Academy of Syracuse in the state final on Saturday.
Skaneateles 16, Putnam Valley 6
Molly Wood scored six goals and had an assist and Nicole Beatson recorded three goals and two assists in the win. Eva Rabson scored three times and Melissa Wagner had a goal and an assist for Putnam Valley.
Mount Sinai 7, Honeoye Falls-Lima 6
Sophomore Kasey Mitchell scored two goals in overtime, including the game-winner with 23.8 seconds left in double overtime to lift Mount Sinai to victory in a state Class C semifinal. The Mustangs (19-0) will face Skaneateles (Sec. III) in the championship game at SUNY Cortland on Saturday at 2:30 p.m.
Saturday, June 8
Farmingdale 8, Baldwinsville 5
Christian Brother Academy 14, Brighton 7
Mount Sinai 15, Skaneateles 6