Get a recap of Tuesday's high school sports action, as the Fairport girls cross country team won the meet at Black Creek Park, but Canandaigua's Kennedy Jensen set a course record.
Canandaigua's Kennedy Jensen set a course record at a girls cross country meet at Black Creek Park on Tuesday. The senior ran a time of 18:21 to win the race, beating the previous mark of 19:08, which she set last year.
The Fairport girls cross country team won the meet, defeating Canandaigua, Pittsford Sutherland, Churchville-Chili and Gates Chili. Canandaigua went 3-1, Pittsford Sutherland went 2-2, Churchville-Chili went 1-3, and Gates Chili went 0-4.
The Red Raiders were led by a third-place finish by Erin Sedita (20:06), fifth-place finish by Rachael Jones (20:43), sixth-place finish by Heather Nortz (6:44.8), eighth-place finish by Katie Swider (21:12) and ninth-place finish by Shannon Horan (21:22).
Sutherland's Mary Visca finished second (19:54), Anna Kostarellis took fourth (20:32) and Canandaigua's Dana Garbinski finished seventh (21:09). Braves Emily VanDerEems and Mackenzie Hulme chipped in with 19th and 20th place finishes, respectively.
In other girls cross country action:
Red Creek 3-0, Waterloo 2-1, Bloomfield 1-2, Red Jacket 0-3
Red Creek won the meet at Winged Pheasant Golf Links in Shortsville on Tuesday. Red Jacket's Shealyn Doody won the meet in 20:16, and Red Creek's Raylene Wade took second (21:27). Alex Williams placed seventh for the Bombers (22:27).
Penn Yan 3-0, Marcus Whitman 2-1, Williamson 1-2, Marion 0-3
The Mustangs won the meet at Marcus Whitman behind a second-place finish by Evelyn Pinneo (22:29), third-place finish by Mia Covell (23:43) and fifth-place finish by Hannah Gaston (24:40). Wildcat Audrey Button won the meet in 21:19, and teammate Ellie Schwarz placed fourth (24:05). Williamson's Mikala Steinmann placed sixth (25:07), and Marion's Alyssa Rose placed ninth (26:32).
Wayne 3-0, Midlakes 2-1, Pal-Mac 1-2, North Rose-Wolcott 0-3
The host Eagles won the meet behind a first-place finish by Melinda Vilarinho (21:17), third-place finish by Kaitlyn Lieber (22:16) and sixth-place finish by Celia Freida (22:49). Pal-Mac's Kristen Jones placed second (21:47), and teammate Jordan Hurlbut placed fourth (22:34). Midlakes' Mariah Sergent placed fifth (22:44).
Mynderse 2-0, Newark 1-2, Honeoye 0-2
Mynderse's Erica Barbay won the race in (22:05) and teammate Olivia Baxter placed second (23:01). Honeoye's Nikki Dobbertin placed third (24:16), Newark's Jessica Shields placed fourth (24:17), Newark's Amanda Fagner placed fifth (24:18.7) and Honeoye's Tracy Stutzman placed sixth (24:22.2).
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Fairport 4-0, Pittsford Sutherland 3-1, Canandaigua 2-2, Churchville-Chili 1-3, Gates Chili 0-4
Fairport powered its way to the win with overall winner Jimmy White (17:21) and second-place finisher Seamus Sargent (17:28) leading the way. Fellow Red Raiders Mike Mallow, David Grouse and Brian Swider also placed in the top six. Sutherland's Luke Robbins placed third (17:30) and Patrick Regan placed seventh (17:51).
Canandaigua's Andrew Gwynn placed eighth (17:55) and it was his first time under 18 minutes this season. Fellow Brave David Wall finished 24th in 18:28, and he was followed closely by teammates Josh Emerson in 28th (18:39) and Nick Beach in 31st (18:48).
Waterloo 3-0, Red Creek 2-1, Red Jacket 1-2, Bloomfield 0-3
Waterloo won the meet at Winged Pheasant Golf Links in Shortsville. Red Jacket's Nathan Sawyer placed eighth (19:08), Andrew Doody placed ninth (19:18) and Devan Halton placed 10th (19:25). Bloomfield's Tom Knoerl placed 13th (19:50).
Williamson 4-0, Marcus Whitman 3-1, Penn Yan 2-3, Marion 1-3, Dundee 0-4
Williamson won the meet at Marcus Whitman behind a second-place finish by Jacob Bailey (18:53), third-place finish by Mark Saile (19:01) and fifth-place finish by Max Curran. Whitman's Jacob Champlin won the race in 18:19, teammate Luke Shively placed fourth (19:03), and Gabe Stash placed sixth (19:21). Penn Yan's Peter Tomlinson placed seventh (19:43) and Marion's Jake Lorah placed eighth (19:49).
Wayne 3-0, Midlakes 2-1, Pal-Mac 1-2, North Rose-Wolcott 0-3
The host Eagles (6-1) won the meet behind a first-place finish by James Light (17:26), third-place finish by Daniel Cole (18:13) and fourth-place finish by Michael Houlihan (18:18). Screaming Eagle Mitchell Priebe placed second (18:12). Pal-Mac's Corey Hurley and Ed Ely took fifth (18:41) and sixth respectively (18:45).
East Rochester 3-0, Newark 2-1, Honeoye 1-3, Mynderse 0-3
East Rochester's Jacob Hanss won the meet in 18:10. Newark's Bryan VanHall placed second (18:32) and teammate Jarrod Roelands placed seventh (19:30). Sodus' Denzel Bissell Young placed eighth (19:44.2) and Honeoye's Zach Erickson placed 13th (19:52.5). First names were unavailable for the other top runners.
Penfield 3, Victor 0
The Patriots won 25-16, 25-16, 25-15 on Tuesday. Mary Kate Ramker recorded five kills for the Blue Devils (5-2 overall, 2-2 in league).
Midlakes 3, Newark 0
The Screaming Eagles won 25-15, 25-15 and 25-18 on Tuesday. CeCe Cordero recorded four kills, seven aces and 11 digs to lead Midlakes (6-0). Allie Chrisman added four kills, while Emily Knipper chipped in 10 digs. Carly Henkel put away four kills for the Reds (1-3).
Irondequoit 3, Canandaigua 0
The Eagles won 25-9, 25-18 and 25-17.
Pittsford Sutherland 3, Pittsford Mendon 0
The Knights (5-0, 3-0 in league) won 25-15, 25-12 and 25-19 on Tuesday. Sarah Blowers recorded six kills, an ace and two digs for Sutherland, Monica Sanna added two kills and nine assists, and Santita Ebangwese contributed five kills, two aces and a block.
Wayne 3, Geneva 1
Melissa Resch recorded nine aces and three digs for the Eagles (4-2). Teammate Averie Riel added 23 assists and five digs and Brianna Schmid added six kills and two blocks. Geneva's Carmen Sapp tallied six kills and two blocks, teammate Stephanie Fuchs finished with one ace, five kills and three blocks and Maggie Cunningham posted 36 assists.
Midlakes 3, Sodus 0
The Screaming Eagles (4-2) won 25-17, 25-11 and 25-19. Jake Kemp recorded seven kills, and Chris Goodman chipped in five kills. Teammate Seth Walker added 19 digs and two aces.
Penfield 1, Victor 0
Chris Sergeant scored on a rebound in the 65th minute to lift the Patriots to their first win (1-3-1). Teammate Jack Cipro made nine saves in the shutout. Alex Hunt stopped eight shots for the Blue Devils (0-2-2).
Pittsford Sutherland 2, Canandaigua 0
Gray Henderson put the Knights ahead 16 minutes into the game off a pass from Dallas Kaiser. Stephen Quinzi scored with four minutes left in the game. Alex Gikis stopped 12 shots for the Braves (2-3-1) and Cobi Beach stopped six for Sutherland (4-0-1).
Naples 3, Midlakes 0
The Big Green's Brenna Kunzler opened the scoring in the first half off an assist from Skyler Matthews. Abby Price extended the lead 12 minutes into the second half off a pass from Loran Fleischman, and Mika Hobart added a goal four minutes later off a feed from Price. Naples' Lissa Brautigam stopped two shots to earn the shutout. Midlakes' Kylie DeWilde stopped 11 shots. The Big Green are 3-0 and the Screaming Eagles are 3-2.
Newark 2, Waterloo 1
Newark's Brittany Williams opened the scoring with a goal in the 20th minute off an assist from Amanda Knapp. Waterloo's Taylor Excell tied the game with an unassisted goal in the 26th minute. Kenna Lauer broke the tie for the Reds off a pass from Sydney Salone with 6:50 left in the game. Caitlin Castle had 14 saves for Waterloo, and Monica Mason had six saves for Newark.
Bloomfield 1, Honeoye 0
Kimberly Tiffany scored off an assist from Lillian Nelson four minutes into the second half to lead the Bombers to the win. Lynnsie Bennett stopped four shots to earn the shutout in net for Bloomfield and Sarah Gray stopped seven shots for the Bulldogs.
Gananda 1, Williamson 1
Gananda's Taylor Cimino scored the first goal of the game with 36:33 left off a pass from Giulia Mahoney. Williamson's Alivia Ginther tied the game with 9:13 left. Diana Cerventes stopped 10 shots for Williamson (2-1-2), and Sara MacDougall stopped four for Gananda (5-0-1).
Wayne 4, Pal-Mac 3
Kacie Matteson recorded a goal and an assist for the Red Raiders. Kelsi Nau and Samantha Gagliano scored the other goals for Pal-Mac, and Jessica Locey stopped seven shots.
South Seneca 3, Dundee 2
Mackenzie Kenyon put the Falcons up in the 32nd minute of the first half off an assist by Meghan Perry. Perry and Erin Wilkins also scored for South Seneca and goalie Mikayla Jones stopped 13 shots. Taylor Morrison and Kailee Morrison scored for the Scots and Brooke Howell made 16 saves.
CG Finney 3, Northstar 1
Breanna Rios scored two goals for the Falcons and Rachel Curtis added a goal and an assist. Zoie McCarthy and Shelby Grove each recorded an assist.
Canandaigua 6, Spencerport 1
The Braves (2-3) won the match despite playing without their No. 1 singles player. Canandaigua's Libby Roberts, Chloe Karnisky and Amy Jennings won in straight sets at singles. The doubles teams of Monica Morgan and Caroline Sharza, Margaret Osborne and Gabby Murphey, and Julia Gardner and Elisa Sloth all won for the Braves. Lindsey Diaz picked up the Rangers' lone win at first singles.
Naples 4, Pal-Mac 1
Jessica Gorcica and Hannah DelGatto won in straight sets at singles for the Big Green (4-0). Naples' doubles teams of Chloe Hamman and Carli Stekl, and Avril King and Sam Spofford won their matches. Red Raider Erin Graham won at third singles.
North Rose-Wolcott 4, Marcus Whitman 1
Lacie Harter and Trinity Boykin won in straight sets for North Rose at second and third singles. Heidi Rice won in straight sets for the Wildcats (1-2, 1-1) at first singles.
Penn Yan 5, Bloomfield 0
The Mustangs (2-1) beat the visiting Bombers (0-2) on Tuesday. Heather Lee, Rachel Maslyn and Colleen Cincotta all won in straight sets in singles matches. The first doubles team of Hannah Christensen and Ashley Owens won 6-0, 6-0.
Canandaigua 95, Irondequoit 73
The Braves improved to 3-0 on the season with a road win over the Eagles. Sarah Baxter won the 200 freestyle (2:01:52) and 100 butterfly (1:03.99) for Canandaigua. Teammate Abbie Sullivan won the 200 IM (2:20.16), Kylie Loforte won the 50 free (26.21), Serica Hallstead won diving (224.5), Heather Chrisman won the 100 free (56.81) and Jessica Bellis won the 500 free (5:43.94). Irondequoit's Alida Mooney won the 100 backstroke, and teammate Fiona Mooney won the 100 breaststroke (1:19.63).
Victor 117, Brockport 65
Jessica Halladay won the 200 freestyle (2:04.33) and 100 butterfly (1:07.65) for the Blue Devils. Teammate Natalie Zaravella won the 100 free (57.44), Erin Norton won diving (232.0), Madison Chapin won the 100 backstroke (1:06.05) and Abby Fenn won the 100 breaststroke (1:18.68).
Eastridge 35, East/SOTA 27
Audrey Gramlich took first place in the 200 individual medley (2:58.85) for the Lancers (2-1). Teammate Sierra Gaddy took first in diving (82.4) and Laura Nairy took first in the 100 freestyle (1:22.21).
Naples 234, Honeoye 238
The Big Green's Andrew Fleischman was the medalist with a low score of 39. Teammate Jason Pulver shot a 43, Tyler Holton added a 47 and Matt Cotton scored a 48. Charlie Reitz shot a 43 for the Bulldogs, Nate Longbine posted a 45 and Pete Lovejoy finished with a 46. Naples is 3-3 and Honeoye is 4-2.