Leading off today:
Binghamton senior Alexis Daniels
shattered her own Section 4 record in the discus during Thursday's Southern Tier Athletic Conference track meet at Johnson City.
Daniels threw 162 feet, 6 inches to easily eclipse her mark of 149-9 last season.
"It astonished quite a few people, including her," Johnson City coach Eric Putman told the Press & Sun-Bulletin.
Daniels is a two-time NYSPHSAA indoor shot put champion.
Girls lacrosse milestone: Senior Logan Brennan scored six goals, including the 300th of her career, to lead Kingston past Red Hook 12-1 on Thursday.
It was the third straight six-goal game for the Brennan, who connected for the 300th on her final score.
Boys lacrosse: Alex Burgmaster scored the game-winning goal with six seconds left as Auburn defeated West Genesee 10-9. It's only the third time the Maroons have beaten the Wildcats since the program started in the 1970s.
Burgmaster finished with three goals. Fellow attackman Brian Cunningham scored four goals in the win.
"We stayed disciplined, sustained runs and did what we need to do, especially on the defensive end," Auburn coach Matt Smith told The Citizen. "In the defensive area, we've been struggling, but we executed our offense and never gave up on the ball."
Pearl River streak ends: I didn't catch this earlier in the week, but Nanuet put an end to an amazing win streak by handing the Pearl River girls their first dual-meet loss in track and field since 1986.
The Pirates had won 193 consecutive dual meets.
Heading to court: An attorney for Bronx volleyball player Anyela Aquino filed a petition Thursday in State Supreme Court asking a judge to declare her eligible for the boys team at Taft Educational Campus, the New York Daily News reported.
The lawyer, Robert Siano, is also seeking a temporary restraining order to prevent the PSAL from removing Anyela's name from the roster of Taft's varsity boys team.
Anyela helped the Taft girls team to an 11-1 record in the fall and was set to join the boys team before the PSAL and the city's Education Department stepped in.
Siano said the decision to exclude Aquino was "based solely on her gender."