The Blue Devils bounced back from Monday's loss to Penfield.

The Victor boys volleyball team bounced from a loss to Penfield earlier in the week by defeating Canandaigua 3-0 on Wednesday. The game scores were 25-6, 25-12 and 25-17.

Blue Devils coach Jake Martin liked the way his team responded in the first game since the defeat.

Adam Dake led Victor (3-1) with 24 assists and five aces, Collin Mahan added 13 kills and Brannan Perdicho tallied five kills.

"I definitely think the season is going well," Martin said. "Penfield is No. 1 in the state, so that's a good judgment to where we are. We returned a lot of starters and I don't think people realize how young we are, starting a sophomore and four juniors. We're right where we need to be."

Victor now will prepare for a big match against Brighton on Friday. The Barons eliminated the Blue Devils from sectionals in 2012. The match is scheduled for 6 p.m. at Victor High School.

In other boys volleyball action:

McQuaid 3, Midlakes 0

The Knights won the match 25-22, 25-20 and 25-15 on Wednesday. Midlakes was led by Jake Kemp's 18 assists, 11 digs, and four blocks. Teammate Chris Goodman recorded 12 kills, while Evan Rivenburg chipped in four kills. Midlakes (4-3) hosts Churchville-Chili on Friday.


Pal-Mac 5, Geneva 0

Meg Doyle, Corin Deloge and Erin Graham won in straight sets at singles for the Red Raiders. Pal-Mac's doubles teams of Cara Graham and Kendall Jones, and Sam Donatello and Victoria Reid also won in straight sets.

Naples 5, Wayne 0

Jessie Gorcica, Hannah Delgatto and Bella Galgano all recorded wins at singles in straight sets for the host Big Green (5-0, 4-0 in league). Naples' doubles teams of Chloe Hamman and Karli Stekl, and Sam Spofford and Avril King also won in straight sets.

Canandaigua 4, Irondequoit 3

Alyssa DeMott, Libby Roberts and Chloe Karnisky won in straight sets at singles for the Braves (3-3, 1-0 in division). Teammates Margaret Osborne and Gabby Murphey won their second doubles match 6-2, 0-6, 7-6 (4). Jackie Lisak won in straight sets at first singles for the Eagles. Teammates Emma Remis and Celisse Rivera, and Maggie Diehl and Nicole Waddington won their doubles matches.

Waterloo 4, Marcus Whitman 1

Heidi Rice won at first singles for the Wildcats, 6-0, 6-0.

Mynderse 5, Midlakes 0

Laura Jacuzzo, Emily Sullivan and Sam Felice all won at singles for the Blue Devils (4-0). The Screaming Eagles are 3-2.


Bloomfield 1, Penn Yan 0 OT

Both teams battled hard, remaining scoreless through regulation. Eight minutes into overtime, Ty Clauss crossed it to Eric Posick, who found the back of the net for the Bombers (3-3). The Bloomfield defense and goalie Jacob Foote earned the shutout.

Marcus Whitman 4, Midlakes 1

Nathaniel Lindley recorded a hat trick to lead the Wildcats to the win. Teammate Andrea Forestieri added a goal and two assists, and John Talbot recorded one assist. Brennan Blodgett stopped seven shots for Whitman. Edwin Resindiz scored the lone goal for the Screaming Eagles, and Peter Siganowich stopped five shots.

Mynderse 1, Romulus/South Seneca 1 2OT

Luke Ruddy put the Blue Devils ahead at the 26-minute mark of the first half with a header off a corner kick from Philip Galusha. Romulus/South Seneca tied the game at the 3:36 mark of the second period on a direct kick from the top of the circle. Michael Barbay made five saves for Mynderse and Matt Brewer made 15 for Romulus/South Seneca.


Irondequoit 2, Canandaigua 1

Isabel Lopez and Meghan O'Brien scored to lead the Eagles to the win. Caitlin Maggio and Merci Young recorded the assists and Alyssa Rollins stopped six shots.

Victor 1, Webster Schroeder 1

Emma Orlando put the Blue Devils (1-4-1) ahead off a pass from Alex Lambert nine minutes into the second half. Brandi O'Brien tied the game for the Warriors (5-1-1) with nine minutes left in regulation.

Pittsford Mendon 2, Pittsford Sutherland 0

Laura Herman put the Vikings up in the fourth minute of the second half off an assist from Alley Phillips. Shannon Miller gave Mendon some breathing room in the 23rd minute of the half with the assist going to Reed Brown. The Vikings are 6-1 and the Knights are 1-3.

Greece Athena 3, Spencerport 0

Julia Schojan recorded two goals and an assist to lead the Trojans to the win. Teammate Tara Marcello added a goal and an assist and Jamie Walzer chipped in an assist. Sam Call made seven saves in net to earn the shutout.

Hilton 1, Gates Chili 0

Alexandra DiVasta scored in the 25th minute of the second half to lift the Cadets to the win. Alexandra Cummins recorded the assist and Vanessa L'Abbate stopped five shots to earn the shutout.

Greece Olympia 6, World of Inquiry 0

Jen Viterise, Stephanie Mowers, Lauren Chester, Kayla Sobb, Bailey Grace and Rachel Brightman all scored for the Spartans.

Honeoye Falls-Lima 2, Brighton 0

Shannon O'Leary and Meg Hubregsen both scored for the Cougars. Riley Bartoo and Hannah Ehinger recorded assists. Claire VanNewkirk and Marykate Eckert split time in net to earn the shutout.

Brockport 4, Churchville-Chili 2

Taylor Sweeney led the Blue Devils with a goal and two assists. Teammate Isabella Ekeze added a goal and an assist, and Katie Johnson and Courtney Rombaut each scored once.

Webster Thomas 2, Penfield 0

Marley Jarvis scored two goals in overtime to lead the Titans to the win. Madison Mason had the assist on the second goal and Kamryn Peffley stopped 13 shots to earn the shutout.

Rush-Henrietta 1, Fairport 0

Jennifer Moran scored off a pass from Carley Zoccali in the 22nd minute of the first half to lead the Royal Comets to the win. Teammate Taylor Stewart stopped eight shots to earn the shutout.


Midlakes 210, Geneva 242

Nick Waite shot a 37 to lead the Screaming Eagles to the win at Clifton Spring Country Club on Wednesday. Teammate Jake Blondell shot a 38. Mark Pitifer led the Panthers with a 38.


Honeoye 3, H-AC 0

The Bulldogs won the match 25-23, 25-17 and 25-23. Julia Barnard led Honeoye (4-2, 4-0 in league) with 10 kills and 19 digs, and Lydia Barnard added six kills, 10 digs and one block. Carolyn Dubnik led the Wolves (4-2, 3-2) with 12 kills, two blocks and six aces, and Christina Myers added five kills and one block.

Bloomfield 3, South Seneca 1

The Bombers won the match 25-12, 25-21, 23-25 and 25-20. Peyton Robinson led Bloomfield with 23 assists and 10 aces. Samantha DeBoard added 20 digs, and Audra Beechler tallied 13 kills. Bloomfield is 5-1 and 4-1 in league. Laura Wyckoff recorded 11 kills and 14 digs for the Falcons (2-5, 2-2).

Waterloo 3, Midlakes 1

The game scores were 23-25, 25-15, 25-23 and 25-23. Lauren Deming led the Indians (6-1) with 11 kills, four aces and 11 digs, teammate Lindsay Johnson recorded eight kills and four blocks, and Ehren Nelson tallied 30 assists. CeCe Cordero led the Screaming Eagles (6-1) with 13 kills, Audra Linsner added 10 digs and Anna Coryell dished out 20 assists.

Brighton 3, Spencerport 2

The Barons (2-4) came back to win the match 19-25, 23-25, 25-21, 25-19 and 25-18. Lexi Bradshaw led Brighton with seven aces, 16 kills and three digs, Rebecca Colisar added 31 assists and both Hannah DeNoto and Kat Vernon recorded five kills apiece. Rebekah White led the Rangers (5-3) with 42 assists and five kills.