Tuesday night's high school roundup.
Greece Athena 3,
The Greece Athena boys soccer team opened its season with a win over Penfield on Tuesday, defeating the Patriots 3-1.
Alexander Loete gave the Trojans a 1-0 lead 12 minutes into the game when he scored off an assist from Tyler Mitchell. Athena took a 2-0 lead in the 25th minute when Jordan Smith scored off a pass from Zach Cardarelli. Loete notched his second goal of the evening in the 55th minute when he scored off a pass from Ben Palermo.
Ian Master scored in the 75th minute for Penfield (0-1).
Webster Thomas 0
The Brighton soccer team outlasted Webster Thomas on Tuesday to open the season 1-0.
Brighton's Josh Hunt scored the lone goal of the match in the 31st minute, beating the keeper off a pass from Manny Gil.
Webster Thomas' Tyler Cullen came up with several clutch saves to keep the Titans close, playing behind a tough defense led by Matt Buckley and Dan Malta.
Webster Thomas 2
The Victor girls tennis team improved to 2-0 on the season with a 5-2 triumph over Webster Thomas.
Sarah Marro locked up the match for the Blue Devils with a 3-6, 7-5, 6-4 win at third singles. Mia Haller (6-3, 6-2) was also a winner in singles for Victor while the teams of Micayla Menchel/Brenna Marine (6-3, 7-6[7-5]), Morgan Geniviva/Haily Filer (6-1, 6-2) and Sarah Newton/Ellen Newton (2-6, 6-2, 6-3) also earned straight-set wins.
Elmira-Notre Dame 0
The Naples girls tennis team opened its season with a 5-0 sweep of Elmira-Notre Dame on Tuesday.
Jessie Gorcica (6-0, 6-0), Hannah DelGatto (6-2, 6-0) and Bella Galgano (6-0, 6-0) all picked up a point in singles for the Big Green. On the doubles side the teams of Carli Stekl/Chloe Hamman (6-1, 6-0) ad Avril King/Sam Spofford (6-2, 2-6, 6-1) were also victorious.
Penn Yan 245,
The Penn Yan golf team traveled to Pal-Mac to face the Red Raiders on Tuesday afternoon and went home with a four-stroke win.
Playing at Crooked Pines Golf Course, Jordan Bodine and Justin Niver each finished with a 46 to lead Penn Yan. Morgan Jeffrey and Tyler Hurlbutt both carded a 47 to pace Pal-Mac (0-3). Penn Yan improves to 1-1.
Pittsford Mendon 5,
The Pittsford Mendon girls soccer team defeated Wayne Central on Tuesday afternoon, 5-2.
Maddie Ferris and Shannon Miller each posted one goal and two assists to lead the Vikings. Abbey Leon, Laura Herman and McKenzie Winn each tacked on a goal while Alex Latulipe provided one assist.
Penn Yan 1
The Midlakes girls soccer team earned a 2-1 victory over Penn Yan on Tuesday to begin the 2013 season 1-0.
Allison Clements gave Midlakes a 1-0 lead eight minutes into the second half, but Penn Yan responded less than 10 minutes later with a goal by Stephanie Owens. The Screaming Eagles went ahead for good in the 69th minute on a goal by Kylee Hughes.
Kylie DeWilde make 11 saves to earn win between the pipes.
Pittsford Sutherland 25-25-26,
The Pittsford Sutherland girls volleyball team opened its season against Brighton on Tuesday and defeated the visiting Barons 25-12, 25-11, 26-24.
Luisa Schirmer tallied seven kills, three aces and two blocks to lead Sutherland. Bridget Stahlecker had four kills and three digs, Taylor Kells posted five kills and two aces, Lauren McManus had four blocks and two kills, Michelle Hollenberg recorded three kills and three digs, Aliah Bowllan contributed nine digs and one ace, Andrea Allen had 20 assists, two aces and one kills, Monica Sanna provided 19 assists and one block and Jessica Marini had 15 assists and one kill.
Brighton drops to 0-2.
The Midlakes girls volleyball team improved to 2-0 with a victory over Pal-Mac.
CeCe Cordero connected for 14 kills and seven service aces to lead Midlakes. Marissa McFadden added 12 kills and three blocks, Sarah Belcher had eight kills and Anna Coryell provided 33 assists and seven digs.
Tallis Polashenski finished with 12 assists, six aces and five kills to pace Pal-Mac.
After dropping the first game the Newark girls volleyball team took the final three to earn a season-opening win over Geneva on Tuesday.
Cortney McEvoy piled up 20 assists, six kills and four aces to power the Reds. Carly Henkel chipped in seven kills and three digs while Emily LoTempio provided 13 assists.
Carmen Sapp and Erin Guinan each had four kills for Geneva (0-1).
Penn Yan 25-25-25,
Tyler Hall and Liz Wunder combined for 10 kills and six service aces to lead Penn Yan to a sweep of Dundee in girls volleyball.
Jessie Hines added five aces and two kills for the Mustangs while Kelly Bray handed out nine assists. Olivia Taylor finished with five assists and three aces to pace Dundee. Erika Sutherland had three kills while Anna Gilbert added two kills.
The Wayne girls volleyball team opened its season with an exciting win over Waterloo on Tuesday, winning the final two games after dropping two of the first three.
Jenea Shoemaker amassed 11 digs, 10 kills and six aces to propel the Eagles. Abby Leaty added seven kills and four blocks while Averie Riel piled up 37 assists and four aces.
Lauren Deming led Waterloo (0-1) with 10 digs, six kills, five blocks and five aces. Lindsay Johnson had 14 kills, seven digs and four blocks.
The Victor girls volleyball team improved to 2-0 with a sweep of Rush-Henrietta.
Hannah Stewart recorded 13 kills, two aces and one block to lead Victor. Katie Kull added 25 assists, nine aces and three blocks, Mary Kate Ramker had six kills and two aces and Melissa Page contributed four aces and two kills.
Rush-Henrietta drops to 0-1.
WEEKEND LATE SCORES
Victor Doubles Invitational
The Victor girls tennis team hosted its first-ever doubles invitational tournament this past weekend, with Pittsford Mendon, Penfield and H-AC participating.
Mendon's Tami Comins and Joyce Lou teamed up for a 10-5 win over Victor's Ajla Karabegovic and Emily Stanley. Victor's Micayla Menchel and Brenna Marine topped Penfield's Alexandra LaPointe and Ellen LaPointe 10-0. Victor's Sarah Newton and Ellen Newton paired up for a 10-3 win over Penfield's Stephanie Buckingham and Amber Curry. Victor's Ajla Karabegovic and Mia Haller topped H-AC's Kristina Benjamin and Ava Sauer 10-5.
Pittsford Mendon was the overall team champion, with Tami Collins and Joyce Lou bringing home the top team award. Penfield earned the team sportsmanship award.
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