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Wayne Post
  • High School Roundup: Midlakes girls volleyball tops Lyons

  • Get a recap of Friday's high school sports action as the Midlakes girls volleyball team defeats Lyons 3-1.
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  • GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
    Midlakes 25-25-25-25,
    Lyons 27-18-23-20
    The Midlakes girls volleyball team earned a victory over Lyons on Friday, capturing the final three games of the match after dropping the first.
    Anna Corgell posted 23 assists, 10 aces and four kills to lead Midlakes. CeCe Cordero added 16 digs and 12 kills while Audra Linsner tacked on 13 kills and 10 digs.
    Taylor DiSanto racked up 30 assists to lead Lyons. Kayla Battle added eight digs while Hannah Lester had five.
    HF-L 19-25-27-27,
    Hilton 25-19-25-25
    The HF-L girls volleyball team opened its season with an exciting win over Hilton on Friday.
    Audrey Goldfarb tallied 13 assists, eight aces, four digs, two blocks and two kills to help the Cadets to victory. Gillian Kurtic added 10 kills, five digs and three blocks, Lauren DePoint recorded 10 assists and two digs and Katie Mansfield contributed eight digs and three aces.
    GIRLS SOCCER
    Pittsford Mendon 2,
    Hilton 0
    The Pittsford Mendon girls soccer team defeated Hilton on Friday, 2-0.
    Reed Brown game the Vikings a 1-0 lead 30 minutes into the first have, scoring off an assist from Shannon Miller. Miller was again the catalyst for Mendon's second goal when she set up Laura Herman five minutes into the second half to make it 2-0.
    Barb Bruce earned the shutout win between the pipes.
    Naples 2,
    Andover 0
    Playing in the Hospice House Tournament, the Naples girls soccer team earned a win over Andover on Friday night to open the season 1-0.
    Abby Price got the Big Green on the board in the 29th minute with an unassisted goal. Price was in the mix for Naples' second goal as well, setting up Skylar Matthews in the 66th minute to make it 2-0.
    Lissa Brautigam recorded four saves to earn the shutout between the pipes. Abigail Miller tallied 10 saves for Andover.
    BOYS SOCCER
    Victor 1,
    Brockport 1
    The Victor boys soccer team traveled to Brockport on Friday and went home with a 1-1 draw.
    Victor took a 1-0 lead in the second half when Noah Brown scored off a pass from Brady Dickens. Brockport got the equalizer with seven minutes left in regulation on a Niko Langelotti goal to the near post.
    Alex Hunt recorded 20 saves for Victor. John White made 18 saves for Brockport.
    Canandaigua 3,
    Pal-Mac 0
    The Braves kicked off the season with an impressive win over the Red Raiders in a non-league game in Canandaigua on Saturday night. Trevor Poisson, Jonathon Brown and Keegan Trainor scored goals for the Braves. Alex Pisarek and Brown recorded assists for CA.

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