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Grover Cleveland won its fourth Cornell Cup game in four days Saturday, 11-4, over McKinley and Lisandro Arroyo's no-hitter was broken up when Chris Cordona singled after one out in the seventh to ignite the Macks' four-run rally.

Arroyo (3-0) improved his three-year unbeaten career record to 8-0 and had two hits for two RBIs. John Navas hit a two-run triple for the Presidents (8-2).

Msgr. Martin Association: Tom Rybak's homer after Scott MacDonald's single in the eighth gave Timon (11-2, 9-2) a 5-3 victory over St. Mary's of Lancaster. Trailing, 3-0, Timon tied the game with three runs in the seventh. Pitcher Dave Ryan's two-run single and Peter Durant's sacrifice fly tied it. Ryan (3-1) fired a three-hitter with six strikeouts. . . . DeSales ended a 32-game losing streak over two years with an 8-5 victory over Niagara Catholic. Keith Welsh hurled a seven-hitter while Andy Coleman's second hit, a two-run single, was the game-clincher.

Niagara Frontier: Freshman left-hander David Bunn fanned 11 on a two-hitter and survived nine walks in pitching Lockport's 7-6 win over North Tonawanda (6-2). John O'Day had triple and double for two RBIs, Ralph Pollow had three singles and Dennis Sobieraski a triple and single for two RBIs for the Lions (6-3). . . . Kenmore East (7-2) won two games. It defeated Niagara Falls, 5-2, on Chad Schlee's four-hitter and a two-run homer by Mark Czechowski. The Bulldogs whipped Nichols, 13-7, in the second game, as Brian Danahy and Frank Stasio had two hits. Jim Eustice had three hits for Nichols.

ECIC I: Frontier (8-3) defeated Sweet Home, 12-5, as Ricky Foit went 3 for 5 for three RBIs and John Ring and Brad Mohan each had two hits. . . . Jamestown (7-4) defeated Hamburg, 5-1, on a three-hitter by Steve Neubauer, while Jason Fiorella had two hits and Steve Olson had two RBIs.

ECIC II: Relief pitcher Phil Coyle saved Keith Ryan's win and also hit a three-run homer, while Curt Provenzo went 3 for 3 for Lake Shore (8-7) in a 7-4 win over Cheektowaga. . . . Iroquois walloped Pioneer, 13-1, with a 16-hit attack. Tim Forrest went 4 for 5 for three RBIs, Mike Donovan went 3 for 5 with two RBIs, and John Ziolkowski and Pete Lerczak each had two hits for the Chiefs. Mike Bawol fired a two-hitter and fanned six for the Chiefs (9-5). . . . Williamsville East (9-5) rallied for five unearned runs in the fifth to defeat Amherst, 7-6.

ECIC III: Williamsville South (13-1) defeated East Aurora, 10-5, as Dan Cefaratti had three hits, including a two-run homer, Ted Giusti and Bert Reyes each had two hits and Rob Reyes pitched the win. Chris Valiquette had two hits and two RBIs for East Aurora (3-12). . . . Dave Surdej (3-0) spun a four-hitter with five strikeouts as J.F. Kennedy (6-7) posted a 4-1 upset over Alden (10-4). Dave Wojciechowski hit a two-run homer, Dean Dombrowski had two hits and Mike Drozdowski hit the game-winning sacrifice fly.

Niagara Orleans: Newfane (7-7) won its seventh game in six days, 3-2, over Albion (10-4) to qualify for the Section VI playoffs. Rob Boyer's two-out two-run single in the third gave Newfane's Zach Bohlman the win. He scattered seven hits and fanned nine.

Jacobs leads Kensington

Ken Jacobs was voted the Most Valuable Athlete after winning the 100 (:10.9) and 220 (:22.6) and anchoring the winning 400-meter relay team in leading Kensington's 35-34 victory over host Sweet Home in the Carl J. Roesch Memorial Classic.

The Knights' 400-relay team included Anthony McClain, Dewey Taylor and John Harris. They finished in :43.8, nipping Olean by three-tenths of a second.

Olean's John Hardy won the shot put at 52-4 1/4 , the best in Western New York this season, while Sweet Home's Paul Strefeler won the discus at 153-4 and was second in the shot put.

Bennett's Winston Reid took the 110 high hurdles in 14.8 (which matched his Western New York best) and also won the 400 intermediate hurdles in :56.2, the best in Western New York this season.

Anthony Mays of City Honors took the 400 in :50.1, while Shawn Brown of Sweet Home won the pentathlon with 2,933 points, both Western New York bests.

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