The senior midfielder records the hat trick as the Big Green boys soccer team records their third victory of the season.
Kyle Johnson scored three goals and added an assist as Naples defeated Midlakes 5-1 in a Finger Lakes league crossover game on Monday at Naples.
Johnson started the scoring for the Big Green (3-1-1) with a goal eight minutes into the first half. Isaiah Tilley and Johnson added goals later in the first half to push the Naples lead to 3-0.
Johnson and Mike Hicks scored second half goals for the Big Green. Flynn Willsea recorded two assists for Naples.
Edwin Resindiz scored for the Screaming Eagles (1-4). Luke Lamagra recorded six saves in goal for the Big Green, while Derrian Woodard finished with 12 for Midlakes.
Honeoye 4, Newark 0
Justin Kraft scored three goals as the Bulldogs shut out the Reds in a Finger Lakes League crossover game at Newark.
Brian Maniciocchi added a goal for Honeoye (5-0) who led 3-0 at the half. Andrew Egan finished with eight saves to earn the shutout.
Devin Anglin finished with nine saves for the Reds (1-4-1).
Bloomfield 3, Geneva 1
Ty Clauss recorded a goal and an assist as the Bombers defeated the Panthers in a Finger Lakes League crossover game at Bloomfield.
Clauss started the scoring in the 28th minute for the Bombers (2-3, 2-2). Michael Malloy and Ryan Broadway scored goals in the second half for Bloomfield.
Penfield 6, Churchville-Chili 4 (OT)
Jamie Forken and Tess Pullano both scored for the Patriots in the overtime period to knock off the Saints. Churchville took an early 2-0 lead off of goals by Taylor Fletcher and McKenzie Pursel. Lindsie Farrance got Penfield on the board in the first half off an assist from Forken, but Courtney Baird answered to give C-C a 3-1 halftime lead. In the second half, Farrance and Pullano scored within a minute of each other to tie the game. After Fletcher scored again to regain the lead for Churchville, Penfield's Alex Teglash tied it back up to send it to overtime. Goalkeeper Abby Benkovich made five saves for Penfield, and Emily Hawryschuk stopped eight for the Saints.
Greece Athena 4, Mercy 0
Julia Schojan scored the first two goals for the Trojans and Tara Marcello scored the final two as Athena blanked Mercy. Sam Call sparkled in goal for Athena as she made 15 saves to net the shutout, Brooke Testa tallied two assists. Melanie Cardillo and Baylee Capezzuto each had an assist.
Hilton 3, Fairport 1
Stephanie Herbert and Jessica Pignato both scored to give the Cadets a 2-0 lead. After Fairport's Lexie Palluconi cut the deficit in half with 18 minutes left to play, Hilton's Audrey Reid put the game away four minutes later. Vanessa L'Abbate made five saves and Herbert, who subbed in goal for the final 14 minutes, made two for the Cadets. Dajiah Carpenter made seven saves for the Red Raiders.
Pittsford Mendon 2, Irondequoit 1
After the two teams traded goals in the first half, Mendon's Laura Herman scored the game-winner with five minutes to play off an assist from Maddie Ferris. Mendon's Abbey Leon scored the game's first goal, also off of a Ferris assist, and Irondequoit's Merci Young tied it up just before halftime.
Bishop Kearney 4, Akrport 4
Meghan Hake made 22 saves for the Kings to force a tie. No individual scoring for Kearney was reported.
Brighton 4, Greece Arcadia 0
Charlotte Williams, Nyssa Georas, Ally Thayer and Hannah Wadsworth all found the back of the net for the Barons, and Mary Flanagan made five saves to earn the shutout.
Greece Olympia 4, Eastridge 0
Lauren Chester scored twice for the Spartans and teammates Stephanie Mowers and Kayla Sobb added a goal apiece in the shut-out victory. Jen Viterise assisted on two of those goals, and Rachel Brightman made three saves for the win. Eastridge keeper Jessica Campbell made five saves.
Livonia 2, Rush-Henrietta 1
Taylor Mallaber and Melissa Minetti both scored for Livonia. No individual stats were reported for the Royal Comets.
Canandaigua 2, Gates Chili 0
Kristine Wallace scored two goals as the Braves defeated the Spartans in a Monroe County League crossover game.
Wallace scored twice in the first half as a strong defensive effort by Canandaigua (3-2) helped them record a second half shutout. Deanna Castle recorded eight saves to earn the shutout for the Braves.
Nadia Travolino stopped 14 shots for Gates (0-5).
Marion 3, Honeoye 0
Three different players scored goals as the Black Knights defeated the Bulldogs to earn their third straight victory.
Erika Means scored in the 34th minute to give Marion (4-1-2) a 1-0 lead. Hanna Williams and Emma Means added second half goals for the Black Knights.
Honeoye fell to 1-3-1.
Penn Yan 1, Red Jacket 0
Courtney Lafler scored the game-winning goal with under four minutes remaining as the Mustangs defeated the Indians in a Finger Lakes League crossover game.
Brynne Guerrie recorded nine saves to earn the shutout for Penn Yan (2-3). Danielle Chidsey recorded four saves in goal for Red Jacket (4-2).
Bath 4, Marcus Whitman 0
Mackenzie Smith scored two goals as the Rams defeated the Wildcats in a non-league game at Marcus Whitman.
Ayden O'Brien and Michelle Carpenter added goals for Bath-Haverling (7-1). Danielle Brown finished with 16 saves for the Wildcats (0-3).
Waterloo 2, South Seneca 1
Taylor Excell scored the game-winning goal 12 minutes into the second half as the Indians defeated the Falcons in a Finger Lakes League crossover game to earn their first win of the season.
First goal of the game by Waterloo's Gabe Black scored with an assist from Julia DePillo with 12:28 left in the first half for Waterloo (1-3). Erin Wilkins tied the game for South Seneca scoring with 4:25 left in the first half.
Victor 25-25-25, Livonia 20-13-14
Jane Garrity had eight kills and Hannah Smith had 15 digs as the Blue Devils (5-1) defeated the Bulldogs in a non-league match.
Sierra Talbot had five blocks and Kelly Hierlwimmer had six kills and two aces for Livonia (4-2).
Bloomfield 25-25-25, Dundee 13-12-22
Peyton Robinson recorded 11 kills and eight aces as the Bombers swept the Scots in a Finger Lakes West match at Bloomfield.
Audra Beechler finished with eight kills for the Bombers (4-1). Sam Clark led Dundee (0-7) with three aces.
Lyons 25-21-25-25, South Seneca 21-25-16-16
Abbie Shields finished with 15 kills and 15 digs as the Lions overcame a loss in the second game to defeat the Falcons.
Taylor Disanto recorded eight digs and 37 assists, while Hannah Lester tallied eight kills for Lyons (3-1). Bailey Minges finished with 16 assists, 10 kills and 17 digs for South Seneca (1-2).
H-AC 25-25-25, Geneva 22-14-14
Alyssa Broberg finished with four kills and 10 assists to lead the Wolves past the Panthers.
Senior setter Madeline Truman finished with eight assists for H-AC (4-1). Hanna Smith recorded nine assists for Geneva (1-4).
Fairport 3, Rush-Henrietta 0
The Red Raiders swept the Royal Comets in three games by scores of 25-11, 25-11 and 25-17. No individual statistics were reported.
Pittsford Sutherland 3, Irondequoit 1
After falling in the first game, 25-22, Sutherland rattled off three straight wins by scores of 25-20, 25-15, and 25-16 to defeat the upset-minded Eagles. No individual statistics were reported.
Webster Thomas 3, Victor 0
The Titans swept the Blue Devils, 25-20, 25-13, and 25-14. No individual statistics were reported.
Mynderse 4, Geneva 1
Laura Jacuzzo defeated Kim Oswald 6-2, 6-0 at first singles for the Blue Devils. Emily Sullivan and Sam Felice added wins at singles for Mynderse (3-0, 1-2).
Emily Tyman and Anne Choi defeated Aubrea Partee and Audrey Gribnau at first doubles for the Panters (1-2).
Brighton 22-25-25-25, Canandaigua 25-14-10-16
Max Tucker finished with eight kills and Cameron Webb registered 18 assists as the Braves lost to the Barons despite winning the first game. Noah Pulley recorded 14 blocks for Brighton.
Midlakes 231, H-AC 276
Nick Waite shot a 38 as the Screaming Eagles defeated the Wolves at Clifton Springs Country Club.
Nate Morse had the lowest score for H-AC (2-3) firing a 49. The Screaming Eagles improved to 6-0.
Brighton 3, East Rochester 1
No individual stats were reported.
Pittsford Mendon 6, Eastridge 0
No individual stats were reported.
Pittsford Sutherland 2, Irondequoit 0
No individual stats were reported.