Neither a lake-effect snow storm resulting in travel issues, blustery game conditions, nor the second-ranked team in the state could stop Clymer/Sherman/Panama from earning another long road trip during its season to remember. Next stop for the Wolfpack is Binghamton. CSP is two wins away from earning the state championship. The Wolfpack advanced to the New York State Public High Schools Athletic Association semifinals for the first time in their history by throttling Section V champion Alexander, 29-6, in the Class D Far West Regional on Saturday afternoon at Clarence High School. In a battle between the top-two-ranked teams in the state, CSP left no doubt who’s No. 1. The top-ranked Wolfpack (11-0) came within the last play of the game of pitching the shutout against an Alexander (10-1) team that came into Saturday having scored more than 400 points. Derek Ecklund rushed 26 times for a game-high 186 yards and scored CSP’s opening touchdown on a 4-yard run. Cam Barmore, Michael Beatman and John Swabik also scored for the winners, which amassed 338 yards in total offense on 58 plays. CSP limited the Trojans to 189 yards, 86 of which came on the game’s last play as Ty Woods scored on an 86-yard run. The Wolfpack return to action Friday afternoon at 4 p.m. at Union-Endicott High School against Section IV champion Tioga, which crushed III-Onondaga 56-6.