Leading off today:
Johnson City boys lacrosse star Shane Majewski
reached a pair of impressive lacrosse milestones Tuesday during an 18-1 victory over Chenango Valley.
A six-goal, six-assist effort pushed the senior attackman over 300 career goals and gave him the Section 4 career points record.
Majewski has rolled up 444 career points, three more than the mark set by Corning East's Casey Donegan from 1987-90. The Robert Morris recruit's record-setting point came when he scored 2:31 into the third quarter.
Johnson City is ranked 13th in Class C this week. (Full rankings here.)
Speaking of lacrosse milestones, Eva Rabson became the first player Putnam Valley history to reach 200 career goals in the girls team's 15-7 win over Our Lady of Lourdes on Saturday. Rabson finished with five goals and an assist.
More feats: McKyla Brooks of Frontier broke the Section 6 record in the girls triple jump Saturday when she cleared 39-8 at the Dunkirk Invitational.
Diallo to KU: Two-time Gatorade New York boys basketball player of the year Cheick Diallo will continue his career at the University of Kansas.
The Our Savior New American senior, a 6-foot-9 forward, made his announcement Tuesday. He listed in Iowa State, Kentucky, Pittsburgh and St. John's as his other finalists.
Diallo earned MVP honors at both the McDonald's All-American Game and the Jordan Brand Classic this month.
Coming up: The New York State Public High School Athletic Association has an Executive Committee meeting Friday with plenty on the agenda, including a decision on whether to move its boys hockey tournament from Utica to Buffalo. I'll preview the other meeting highlights in Thursday's blog.
Interesting, I guess: For the life of me, I do not know what to make of Bud Poliquin's column on Syracuse.com this week regarding the interest colleges are showing in a ninth-grade quarterback in Texas.
Syracuse University is one of several schools to have offered a scholarship to Jalen Mayden of Sachse, Texas.