POUGHKEEPSIE — The William Smith lacrosse team is a on a roll.
The 18th-ranked Herons continued to steamroll their way through Liberty League competition Saturday, running past host Vassar 18-7.
With its victory over the Brewers (5-6, 2-4), William Smith (12-2, 8-0) extended its overall win streak to 10.
Ellie Burns scored four goals and notched two assists for the winners. Anna Murphy had a hat trick and three assists. Payton McMahon also recorded a hat trick and assisted on a fourth goal.
In other women’s lacrosse action Saturday:
Keuka 21, D’Youville 3
KEUKA PARK — The undefeated Wolves (11-0, 5-0 NEAC) dominated yet again in handing the Wildcats their fifth straight defeat.
All but one of their 11 victories has come by a double-figure scoring margin.
Sydney Bloom (Penn Yan) erupted for four goals and three assists. Fellow Penn Yan alumna Brenna Voigt rang up six goals and one assist. Vanessa Tsarevich notched four goals and one assist. Madelaine Taylor logged three goals and one assist.
Genesee 27, FLCC 6
HOPEWELL — The Cougars (4-4) piled up 16 first-half goals while denying the Lakers (4-9) an opportunity to win their second straight.
Genesee featured 11 different goal scorers, although one Cougars player amassed a staggering 10 goals.
The positive takeaways for the Lakers were that two of their attackers had hat tricks. Sutherland Thayer registered three goals and an assist, while Dan VanNostrand (Midlakes) produced the same stat line.
SUNY Poly 10 (3OT)
MARCY — The Wolves (7-3, 4-0 NEAC) remained unbeaten in conference play with a triple-overtime conquest.
Kasey Gallina (Pal-Mac), who led the offense with four goals and one assist, netted the game-winner on an assist from Mark Shattuck. Shattuck registered three goals and two assists.
Keuka 5, Gallaudet 0
Keuka 9, Gallaudet 3
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Keuka baseball team (10-13, 6-2) swept the double header versus Gallaudet (7-21, 0-8) on Saturday, scoring 14 total runs and only giving up three.
The offense in both games came from the bat of Brooks Vertoske, who homered in both games for the Wolves, the second home run coming on the first pitch of the second game.
In the first game, Daniel Steve allowed just five hits across his complete game shutout, and rang up seven strikeouts, tying his career high. The offense in the second game was led by Ryan Seales, who went 3-3 with three singles, two walks, an RBI, and a run scored.
Keuka 14, Gallaudet 2 (5)
Keuka 4, Gallaudet 3
KEUKA PARK — Keuka (10-14, 6-4) made quick work of the Bison in the first game, finishing it in just five innings. The biggest contributor in the first game was Jordan Cole, who went 3 for 3 with three RBIs and two runs scored. Hayley Gorges added two hits and three RBIs.
The second game was much closer. The difference maker was sophomore pitcher Whitney Tyler, who threw a complete game with eight strikeouts. Tyler allowed two hits.
Cayuga 9, FLCC 0 (5)
Cayuga 20, FLCC 12 (6)
HOPEWELL — The Lakers (0-18, 0-4 Mid-State) continue to search for their first win.
FLCC was not without offense though, scoring 12 runs in the second game. Catcher Chantel Truitt went 2 for 4 with three RBIs. First baseman Morgan Hammer contributed two hits and three RBIs.
Lancaster Bible 3, Keuka 0
LANCASTER — Keuka finished the season 13-13 after losing to top-seeded Lancaster Bible (26-4) in the North Eastern Athletic Conference semifinals.
Brad McKnight hammered eight kills for the Wolves. JP Nery spiked five winners.
Hobart 5, NYU 4
NEW YORK — Hobart (10-4) posted its second 5-4 victory in succession, beating New York University (5-5) on its home turf. The Statesmen won doubles play 2-1.
Jonathan Atwater continued his torrid play, winning his fourth singles match in a row at the No. 3 spot, 6-2, 6-4. Junior Collin Malloy clinched the win for the Statesmen after winning his singles match, 1-6, 6-4, 6-4.
NYU 8, William Smith 1
NEW YORK — The Herons (9-5) did not fare as well in the Big Apple, as NYU (7-1) ended William Smith’s four-match win streak.
Senior Alex Greenberg was the lone victor for the Herons, defeating Ayesha Das 6-2, 6-2 in the No. 6 slot.
ITHACA — Keuka Wolves was fifth out of seven teams after the first round of play. Senior Holly Reynolds South Seneca posted the low score of 83 for the Wolves.
ROME — William Smith competed in a double dual hosted by Hamilton College on the Erie Canal. They raced against fifth-ranked Smith and 11th-ranked Rochester Institute of Technology.
The Herons’ varsity eight boat lost to Smith by 6 seconds. They rebounded for a 10-second victory over RIT.