Leading off today:
Figure on a new No. 1 Class A team being crowned when the next New York State Sportswriters Association boys basketball rankings come out Tuesday.
Javin Williams sank two free throws with 1.7 seconds left to give Burke Catholic a 74-72 victory Saturday over No. 1 Amityville in the Upstate/Downstate Challenge at Uniondale High School. Burke rallied from a 12-point deficit in the first quarter.
Mike Coffey scored 33 points and Anthony Salmon added 24 for the Eagles. Travis Dickerson scored 22 points for Amityville.
Ice hockey: The Skaneateles and Potsdam girls teams played to a 2-2 tie in four overtimes and were declared state co-champions.
Claire Michel scored with 4:19 to go in regulation for Skaneateles to knot the score, and the teams went scoreless through 30 minutes of extra time. Goalie Amanda Lupo made 44 saves for the Lakers, comprised of players from five Section 3 schools.
State rules limit hockey games to four overtimes.
"I just wished we could've played a little longer," Michel told The Post-Standard.
Sarah Sauda gave Skaneateles the lead in regulation before Ally Miller and Kalie Grant tallied for Potsdam.
In boys hockey, Webster Thomas posted a 7-2 win over Irondequoit, the top-ranked Division II squad in the state. Matt Weishaar and Tristen Peterson each recorded two goals and an assist in the victory.
Another record for Cain: Bronxville student Mary Cain broke her own world junior indoor record in the 1,000 meters by winning the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix in 2:35.80 at the Reggie Lewis Center in Massachusetts. Cain, 17, broke her own record of 2:39.25. She was 1.61 seconds off Jen Toomey's overall U.S. record.
L.I. surprise: Sarah Solomon's straight-on 3-pointer with :10 to play carried Syosset to a 42-39 win over Massapequa in a Nassau County girls basketball game Friday.
Massapequa, ranked 14th in the state in Class AA, was without forward Melanie Hinger, and Olivia Batista played her first game after returning from a concussion.
Rachel Quinn scored 11 points and Solomon nine in the win.
Extra points: Brockport won its first Section 5 wrestling