Let’s check in to see who was able to win a Section IV championship this weekend.
Beginning with the boys, and on Friday, Binghamton won the Class Double-A title with an 84-82 overtime win over Horseheads in Elmira.
In Class A, the Johnson City Wildcats captured their second-straight championship with a convincing 83-56 win over Maine-Endwell.
Nick VanFossen was lights out for J.C. as he sank 5 three pointers and dropped 32 on the Spartans.
Class B saw Seton Catholic Central beat Norwich 79-52.
The Saints got a whopping 45 points from Brett Rumpel with Marcus Dyes adding another 23.
In Class C, Newfield outlasted Watkins Glen, 63-60.
And the Class D championship went to Marathon with a 51-45 victory over South Kortright.
Now to the girl’s side of things.
In Class A, the Maine-Endwell Spartans outdueled Seton 58-52.
M-E was led by a combined 32 points from Allie and Kaety L’Amoreaux.
Class B saw Norwich win their second-straight title as they knocked off previously unbeaten Newark Valley, 58-46.
Sydney Coggins led the charge with 19 points for the Purple Tornado.
Unatego wins the Class C championship with a 42-26 victory over Union Springs.
An outstanding defensive effort by the Spartans.
And in Class D, South Kortright claimed the title over Stamford, 48-25, in another low scoring outing.