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Lindsay May, Auburn

Auburn's Lindsay May poses next to giant scorecard at the Section III championships at Kanon Valley Country Club in Oneida Tuesday. 

Behind a dominant performance from pitcher Cregg Scherrer, the Skaneateles baseball team is advancing to the Section III, Class B quarterfinals.

Scherrer pitched a complete game shutout with 19 strikeouts and only one walk as the Lakers defeated Utica Notre Dame 7-0 in the second round of the playoffs.

The junior only allowed three runners to reach base with one hit, one walk and one hit batter over seven innings. He also finished 1-for-3 with a run, walk and two RBIs from the plate.

Luke Viggiano and Jacob Nesbitt both recorded multi-hit games for Skaneateles, as each member of the order recorded at least one hit.

Skaneateles moves on to face Holland Patent Thursday in the quarterfinals.

South Lewis 3, Weedsport 0: The Warriors were no-hit in their final game of the season, falling in the second round of the Section III, Class C playoffs.

Braeden Curry pitched six innings and struck out five with two earned runs against. He allowed five hits and eight walks.

Aidan Mabbett and Garrett Sawyer (steal) both walked for the Warriors.

Utica Proctor 12, Auburn 0: The Maroons were held to one hit in the Section III, Class AA quarterfinals.

Of Utica Proctor's 12 runs, only three were earned.

Billy Foster managed Auburn's lone hit of the game. Logan Murphy, Jacob Sanders and Brandon Neagle each walked. James Roeschlaub pitched four innings, allowed one earned run and struck out nine.


Bainbridge-Gilford 12, Moravia 3: The Blue Devils were eliminated in the Section IV, Class C quarterfinals.

Dakota Young-Ross finished with a double, while Kaelyn Stanton had two hits and two runs. Mikaela Withers singled with one RBI. Maddie Funk allowed seven hits while striking out three.

Moravia finishes 12-5.

Frankfort-Schuyler 13, Weedsport 2: Lauren Spingler (double, RBI), Taylor Hunter, Aubrey Ouderkirk and Hannah Christopher (RBI) each had one hit for Weedsport. Bridget Hickey scored twice.

The Warriors still have one game left. Weedsport will play Pulaski to determine a league champion.


Class C-1 Championships: Skaneateles' Jack Belinski is the third singles champion.

Belinski defeated Manlius Pebble Hill's Dan Mezzalingua in the finals match 6-4, 7-5. Belinski opened the tournament with a three-set win over Holland Patent's Ethan Ellis before sweeping Lowville's Felix McCue in the semifinals.

Competing in second singles, Dan Judge fell to Manlius Pebble Hill's Charlie Mann 6-2, 6-4 in the consolation match.


Section IV, Class C championships: Union Springs finished second overall with three athletes finishing as individual section champions.

Eric Ryan won both the 200m dash and 400m dash (51.47), while Flynn Anderson claimed the 110m hurdles (15.45) and Jakob Dillon took the 400m hurdles (58.47).

The Wolves were also section champs for the 1600m relay, as Chris Smith, Dillon, Jon Jackson and Ryan finished first overall with a time of 3:33.45.


Section IV, Class C championships: Rebecca Colgan was the runner-up in the 800m run (2:31.74), while Hunter Pettit was second in the discus throw (93-11).



Auburn's Lindsay May won her fourth consecutive Section III title Tuesday, shooting a 3-under 70 at Kanon Valley Country Club in Oneida. 

May started the day with three straight birdies, but gave up those strokes over the next six holes to sit even at 37 midway through the round.  She tee'd off the back nine with two birdies and finished with a birdie in hole 18 to wrap up with a 33 over the second half of her round. 

As a team, the Maroons finished fourth overall out of 14 teams. Sophie Lesch shot a 106, Sam Lesch carded a 111 and Emily Botindari scored a 121.

May will move on to the New York state tournament at Bethpage State Park Yellow Course in Long Island, with the opening round scheduled for Saturday, June 2.

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