Get a recap of Monday's high school sports action as the Greece Odyssey boys soccer team defeats Greece Arcadia in the final seconds of the game.


Greece Odyssey 4, Greece Arcadia 3

The Greece Odyssey boys soccer team bested cross-town rival Greece Arcadia on Monday to move to 1-0-1 on the season. In the first league match of the season for both teams, Odyssey came back from a 2-0 deficit less than 10 minutes into the game to get the victory. Dan Stacey scored on a free kick from close to midfield to put Odyssey on the board. The Leopards tied the game in the 23rd minute when Adam Wilkins scored on a header off a corner kick from his brother, Aaron. The Wilkins brothers connected again ten minutes later to put Odyssey up 3-2, a lead it would hold until Arcadia (1-2-1) tied the game in the second half on a penalty kick by Isaiah Manetta with 8:36 left to play. With time running down in regulation Aaron Wilkins sent a cross towards the goal. The shot was deflected by the Arcadia keeper but corralled by Odyssey's Will Huber, who put the ball into back of the net with five seconds left on the clock to lift the Leopards to the win.

Greece Athena 2, Gates Chili 0

The Greece Athena boys soccer team earned a shutout of Gates Chili on Monday in a Monroe County League match. Alexander Loete scored the first goal for Athena in the 22nd minute, beating the keeper off a pass from Jason Siracuse. Siracuse again provided the assist for the Trojans' second goal, this time setting up Andrew Loete for a tally in the 53rd minute. With the win Greece Athena improves to 2-1, 1-0 in league play. Gates Chili falls to 0-4, 0-1.

Churchville-Chili 3, Hilton 1

Lukas Fernandes netted two goals and handed out one assist to lead Churchville-Chili to a 3-1 win over Hilton in boys soccer. Fernandes set up Frank Ciliberto for the Saints first goal 10:35 into the game. He then scored in the 65th minute off a pass from Zach Perkins and again in the 74th minute, unassisted. No stats were reported for Hilton (1-2, 0-1). Churchville-Chili improves to 3-0, 1-0.

Pittsford Sutherland 2, HF-L 1 (OT)

Pittsford Sutherland improved to 2-0-1 with an overtime win over Honeoye Falls-Lima on Monday. Stephen Quinzi netted the game-winner in the first overtime for Sutherland. Gray Henderson scored off a pass from Nick Cufari for the Knights. HF-L drops to 2-2.

Webster Thomas 2, Victor 0

The Webster Thomas boys soccer team earned a shutout win over Victor on Monday to improve to 3-1 on the season. Jonathan Christ put the Titans on the board in the 29th minute when he scored off an assist from Tristan Myers. Myers provided the assist in the Thomas' second goal as well, setting up Colton Goodwin for a strike 12 minutes into the second half. Victor drops to 0-1-1.

Greece Olympia 3, Eastridge 1

Greece Olympia topped Eastridge in boys soccer on Monday to improve to 2-0 on the season. Courtney Hill scored two goals and assisted on the third to lead the Spartans to the win. Rider Rodriguez scored Olympia's third goal while Miralem Buljina had one assist. Eastridge falls to 0-4.

Brighton 5, Canandaigua 2

The Brighton boys soccer team defeated Canandaigua on Monday, 5-2. Addison McGinnis led the Barons with one goal and two assists. Stephen Steckler, Simeon Marhatta, Ben Orr and David Medina each added a goal while Aaron Miller recorded three saves to earn the win between the pipes. Tanner Poisson and Jonas Preston each scored a goal for Canandaigua (2-2, 0-1). Patrick Bay had one assist. Brighton improves to 2-0, 1-0.

Webster Schroeder 1, Rush-Henrietta 0

Webster Schroeder opened its league schedule with a home match against Rush-Henrietta on Monday and defeated the Royal Comets 1-0 on a goal late in the game. Eric Strauchen found the back of the net in the 79th minute to lift the Warriors to the win, scoring on a rebound off a missed penalty kick. With the win Webster Schroeder improves to 3-0, 1-0. Rush-Henrietta drops to 1-3, 0-1.


Lyons 25-21-25-25, South Seneca 21-25-16-16

The Lyons girls volleyball team earned a win over South Seneca on Monday to improve to 3-1 on the season. Abbie Shields filled up the stat sheet for the Lions as she finished with 15 kills, 15 digs, four service aces and three blocks. Taylor DiSanto had 37 assists and eight digs while Hannah Lester pounded out eight kills. Bailey Minges finished with 17 digs, 16 assists and 10 kills to pace South Seneca (1-2, 1-1). Kalyn Moore added 13 kills and three aces while Laura Wycoff had 12 kills and two blocks.

Gananda 25-25-18-18-25, Honeoye 21-12-25-25-16

Jenni Stearns collected 15 kills and 15 digs to lead Gananda to a five-game victory over Honeoye in a non-league girls volleyball match. Jessie Carder added 13 kills, eight digs and four aces and Peyton Wyjad had 25 assists and 13 digs to help the Blue Panthers improve to 3-0 on the season. Kasey Campbell amassed 15 digs, 12 kills and five aces to power Honeoye (2-1). Hailey Cornish had 21 assists and 15 digs while Margaret Slocum provided 13 digs and five aces.

Canandaigua 25-25-13-25, Brighton 22-20-25-22

The Canandaigua girls volleyball team played host to Brighton on Monday and defeated the visiting Barons in four games. Alex Cecere, Rebecca VanLaeken and Deanna Lane all finished with eight kills in the win. Kaitlyn Schmeer added 17 digs for the Braves.

Webster Schroeder 25-25-25, Victor 21-11-13

Webster Schroeder earned a sweep of Victor in girls volleyball on Monday, moving the Warriors to 4-0 on the season and 3-0 in league play. Suzi Reginova collected three kills and three aces to lead Webster Schroeder. Jane VanVessem chipped in seven digs while Cassie Campbell had six kills. Katie Kull racked up 20 assists for Victor (2-1, 1-1). Celeste Hartsough pounded out nine kills.

Bloomfield 25-25-25, Cal-Mum 16-16-20

The Bloomfield girls volleyball team played host to Caledonia-Mumford on Monday and defeated the visiting Raiders in three games. Peyton Robinson filled up the stats sheet for Bloomfield as she compiled nine assists, six kills and five service aces. Chance MacDowell added 10 assists and seven digs to help the Bombers improve to 1-1. Jackie Carson led Cal-Mum with six kills.

Geneva 25-25-22-25, Dundee 18-15-25-14

The Geneva girls volleyball team picked up its first win of the season on Monday, defeating Dundee in four games. Eliza Mahar recorded nine service aces and five kills to power the Panthers. Stephanie Fuchs added eight kills, Carmen Sapp chipped in six kills and Maggie Cunningham had 13 assists and one ace. Erika Sutherland served up seven aces to pace Dundee.


Geneva 4, North Rose-Wolcott 1

The Geneva girls soccer team opened its season with a 4-1 win over visiting North Rose-Wolcott on Monday afternoon. Tamari Bakauri scored three minutes into the game off an assist from Madison Maher to give Geneva an early lead. Maher added back-to-back goals for the Panthers, her first in the 22nd minute off a pass from Bakauri and her second in the 55th minute off an assist from MacKenzie Wood, before Meghan Sands capped the scoring for Geneva in the 75th minute when she found the back of the net off a pass from Sabrina Fitch. Stephanie Smart recorded eight saves for Geneva to earn the win in goal. Erin Ferrente finished with three saves for North Rose-Wolcott (2-2).

Red Jacket 6, H-AC 1

Red Jacket improved to 3-1 on the season with a win over H-AC on Monday. Jensen Porter tallied two goals and one assist lead the Indians. Emily Hotchkiss scored two goals, Corinna Capron had one goal and one assist, Sarah Jo Schaertl netted one goal and Corinna Capron and Josie Scherer each passed out one assist. Red Jacket has scored 17 goals in its three victories while getting shutout in its only loss. Miranda Blood scored the lone goal for H-AC (0-1).

Honeoye 1, Marcus Whitman 0

The Honeoye girls soccer team picked up its first win of the season on Monday with a 1-0 decision over Marcus Whitman. Amanda MacKenzie scored in the 52nd minute off a crossing pass from Jana Balcerak for the only goal of the match. Sarah Gray made 10 saves to earn the shutout in goal for Honeoye (1-2). Danielle Brown recorded eight saves for Marcus Whitman (0-1).

Newark 3, Midlakes 1

The Newark girls soccer team defeated Midlakes 3-1 on Monday, moving the Reds to 4-0 on the season. Nicole Collins gave Newark a 1-0 lead nine minutes into the game, scoring off a pass from Brittany Williams. Midlakes tied the score six minutes later when Christy Orlando scored off a pass from Rachel Murphy, but Newark would score two unanswered goals to close the game. Sydney Salone scored off an assist from Nicole Collins 23 minutes into the second half to put the Reds up 2-1, with Brittany Williams adding an insurance goal for Newark nine minutes later. Monica Mason made three saves to earn the win between the pipes. Kylie DeWilde recorded 18 saves for Midlakes (3-1).

Greece Odyssey 3, Pal-Mac 2

Greece Odyssey traveled to Pal-Mac to face the Raiders on Monday and went home with a 3-2 win. Liana Bucciarelli and Karissa Krautwurst each scored for Odyssey, with the Leopards' other goal coming off a Pal-Mac defender. Vanessa Dornelus recorded four saves to earn the win between the pipes. Sam Gagliano netted both goals for Pal-Mac (0-1-1), with Emily Blazey assisting on both. Jessica Locey made six saves in goal. Greece Odyssey improves to 3-2.

Gananda 2, Waterloo 1

The Gananda girls soccer team remained undefeated with a 2-1 victory over Waterloo on Monday. Katilynn White gave the Blue Panthers a 1-0 lead with an unassisted goal 18 minutes into the game. Gananda went ahead 2-0 six minutes before halftime when Giulia Mahoney scored off a pass from Katilynn White. Waterloo cut the deficit to 2-1 with a goal from Mirando McGloon in the 74th minute but the Indians were unable to get the equalizer. Sara MacDougall notched eight saves to earn the win in goal for Gananda (4-0). Caitlin Castle had six saves for Waterloo (0-2).


Midlakes 214, Honeoye 250

The Midlakes golf team captured a win over Honeoye on Monday in a battle of undefeated teams. Playing at Clifton Springs Golf Club, Midlakes' Nick Waite took medalist honors with a 37. Jake Blondell added a 41 for the Screaming Eagles, with Matt LaPaglia carding a 42. John Marble posted a 44 to pace Honeoye (3-1). Midlakes improves to 4-0.


Victor 6, H-AC 1

The Victor girls tennis team improved to 4-0 on the season with a 6-1 win against H-AC in a non-league match. The Blue Devils swept the singles competition as Ajla Karabegovic (6-2, 6-3), Emily Stanley (7-6, 6-3), Sarah Marron (6-0, 6-0) and Mia Haller (6-1, 6-0) each won in straight sets. On the doubles side the teams of Brenna Marine/Micayla Menchel (6-4, 6-1) and Sarah Newton/Emily Newton (6-1, 6-2) each earned a point. H-AC drops to 0-1.