Victor 3, Brighton 1
The Victor boys volleyball team defeated Brighton on Friday, moving the Blue Devils to 5-1 on the season and handing the Barons their first loss of the season. Collin Mahan tallied 27 kills to pace Victor. Adam Dake added 46 assists. Ken Francis recorded 18 kills to lead Brighton (7-1). Alex Wiltsie added five blocks. Victor won the match 25-13, 25-18, 19-25, 25-16.
Midlakes 3, Churchville-Chili 1
The Midlakes boys volleyball team topped Churchville-Chili on Friday, winning the final three games after dropping the first to improve to 5-3 on the season. Jake Kemp filled up the stat sheet with 17 assists, 12 digs, seven kills and five blocks to power the Screaming Eagles. Chris Goodman added 16 digs and 11 kills, Justin Hoover made five kills and three blocks and Seth Welker had 18 digs and four aces. Quinn Margera had 29 aces for Churchville-Chili. Sean Quinn added seven kills. After dropping the first game 20-25, Midlakes won the final three games 25-22, 25-16 25-23 to close out the match.
Webster 3, Canandaigua 1
Webster topped Canandaigua in boys volleyball on Friday, winning the match 27-25, 20-25, 25-23, 25-21. Robbie Schnall pounded out 19 kills to lead Webster. Cameron Webb made 24 assists for Canandaigua.
Brockport 3, Gates Chili 0
The Brockport girls soccer team improved to 5-2 with a shutout win over Gates Chili on Friday afternoon. Courtney Rombaut scored nine minutes into the game off a pass from Rachel Dodson to give the Blue Devils a 1-0 lead. Thirteen minutes later Rombaut set up Kristin Taylor to make give Brockport a two goal lead, with Isabella Ekeze tacking on the final goal in the 37th minute. Rachel Benedict recorded three saves to earn the victory in net. Gates Chili drops to 0-7.
Marion 3, Sodus 2
The Marion girls soccer team scored three second half goals to earn a win over Sodus on Friday. Erika Means got the Black Knights on the board in the 44th minutes when she scored off a pass from Emma Means. The duo reversed their roles for Marion's second goal with Erika setting up Emma nine minutes later. The game-winner came off the foot of Hanna Williams with less than six minutes left on the clock. Marion (5-1-2) is undefeated since dropping its season-opener to Red Jacket. No stats were reported for Sodus (2-4).
Greece Athena 0, Hilton 0
Greece Athena played host to Hilton with the game ending in a scoreless draw. Sam Call made six saves for Greece Athena (4-4-1). No stats were reported for Hilton (5-2-3).
Pittsford Mendon 1, Canandaigua 0
The Pittsford Mendon girls soccer team improved to 7-1 with a 1-0 win against Canandaigua. Alley Phillips scored the lone goal of the match in the 12th minute, finding the back of the neto off an assist from Maddie Ferris. Canandaigua drops to 3-4.
Page 2 of 6 - Rush-Henrietta 3, Penfield 1
Xaelel Allen-Caballero and Jennifer Moran each scored one goal and dished out one assists to lead the Rush-Henrietta girls soccer team to a 3-1 victory over Penfield on Friday. Serena Sauerwald also had a goal for the Royal Comets while Rebecca Thrash added one assist. Sam Brill recorded five saves to earn the win in goal. Rush-Henrietta improves to 3-4-1. No stats were reported for Penfield (4-3).
Pal-Mac 10, Red Creek 1
The Pal-Mac girls soccer team defeated visiting Red Creek 10-1 on Friday. Samantha Gagliano scored six goals to lead the Red Raiders, giving her 12 on the season. Emily Blazey had two goals and three assists, Maddie Thompson scored two goals, Sydney Gagliano made two assists and Abby Halsey, Kelsi Nau, Kacie Matteson and Jessica Locey each had one assist. Jessica Locey made three saves to pick up the win in goal. Pal-Mac improves to 2-2-2. No stats were reported for Red Creek (0-6).
Aquinas 1, Newark 0
Alana Piano scored the game's only goal with just three minutes remaining in regulation to give the Li'l Irish the victory. Aly Franklin assisted on the game-winner, and Kristen Vito made two saves in goal to earn the win. Newark's Monica Mason made five saves.
Fairport 2, Victor 1
The Red Raiders scored early in each half to take down the Blue Devils. Just four minutes into the game, Megan Konieczny scored off a pass from Haley Roxin to give Fairport a 1-0 lead. Just six minutes into the second half, Nicole Petocchi gave some added breathing room with a goal off an assist from Konieczny. Dajiah Carpenter made nine saves in goal for Fairport.
Brighton 1, Pittsford Sutherland 0
Hannah Wadsworth's first-half goal proved to be enough for the Barons to hang on. Wadsworth scored on an assist from Charlotte Williams.
Spencerport 3, Churchville-Chili 1
Ally Breon scored the lone goal for the Saints. No stats for Spencerport were reported.
Honeoye Falls-Lima 3, Wayne 0
Meg Hubregsen, Morgan Machiele and Hannah Ehinger all scored for the Panthers.
Bloomfield 3, Penn Yan 0
The Bloomfield girls volleyball team earned a sweep of Penn Yan on Friday, taking the match 25-19, 25-22, 25-14. Audra Beechler pounded out 12 kills to lead Bloomfield. Peyton Robinson added 25 assists and eight aces to help the Bombers improve to 6-1, 4-1 in league play. Liz Wunder finished with five kills and two aces to pace Penn Yan. Brie Yonge and Kelly Bray each had three assists while Tyler Hall mae two kills and one ace.
Clyde-Savannah 3, Marion 0
Page 3 of 6 - The Golden Eagles improved to 5-2, 4-2 in league play, with a sweep of Marion on Friday. Marissa Sharp made eight assists to lead Clyde-Savannah. Alaina Tripp added six kills. Danelle Wood finished with four kills and three blocks to lead Marion (0-6). Ashely Hayes had three kills and three blocks while Arianna Rothfuss added seven assists.
Mynderse 3, Bishop Kearney 0
The Mynderse girls volleyball team improved to 2-5 with a victory over Bishop Kearney on Friday. Valerie Tuttle finished with 11 digs and six aces to lead the Blue Devils. Breanna Baker added five assists and four aces while Alex Prayne made nine service points and one kills. Ella Edoka led Bishop Kearney (3-1) with eight blocks.
Greece Arcadia 3, Greece Athena 0
Despite the one-sided win totals, the game was much closer than a traditional sweep. The Titans won by scores of 25-22, 26-24 and 25-22 to hold off a Trojans team that would not give anything away without a fight.
Lyons 3, North Rose-Wolcott 0
The Lions won three games by scores of 25-14, 25-7, and 25-23 to take down North Rose-Wolcott.
Honeoye Falls-Lima 3, Spencerport 1
After splitting the first two games, the Cougars won the next two to knock off the Rangers. The game scores were 25-22, 15-25, 25-16, and 25-20.
Romulus/South Seneca 2, Hammondsport 0
The Romulus/South Seneca boys soccer team picked up its first win of the season on Friday, defeating Hammondsport 2-0. Sam Beck gave Romulus/South Seneca a 1-0 lead 12 minutes into the game when he scored off a pass from Josh Straub. Romulus/South Seneca added an insurance goal in the 24th minute when Adam Wagner successfully converted a penalty kick. Matt Brewer made six saves to earn the win between the pipes.
Midlakes 8, Bradford 0
Edwin Resindiz scored three goals and handed out two assists to lead Midlakes to an 8-0 triumph over Bradford. Alex Naeye also had three goals for the Screaming Eagles. Thomas Mueller and Robert Smith each had one goal while Tucker Kerrick made one assist. Midlakes improves to 2-5 on the season. Bradford drops to 2-5.
Mynderse 2, Red Creek 1
The Mynderse boys soccer team ran its record to 6-1-1 with a win against Red Creek. The Blue Devils took a 1-0 lead 8:42 into the game when Stuart Ganzon scored on a head ball off a corner kick by Phil Galusha. The team played even through the second half until Red Creek's HB Burghdorf scored with 4:40 left on the clock to tie the score at 1-1. Mynderse responded with the game-winner 1:10 later when Jason Anderson beat the keeper off a through ball from Stuart Ganzon. Mike Barbay recorded eight saves to earn the win in net, including a save on a penalty kick in the 68th minute. Tucker Holmes made three saves for Red Creek.
Page 4 of 6 - Greece Odyssey 2, Batavia/Alexander 1
Adam and Aaron Wilkins accounted for the two goals for the Leopards, as they were able to hold on for the victory. Adam assisted on Aaron's second-half goal, as Odyssey fired off 26 total shots in the game.
Pittsford Mendon 1, Pittsford Sutherland 1
Zach Nesser gave Sutherland the early advantage just 10 minutes into the game when scored off of an assist from Cole Boillat. Eleven minutes later, Mendon evened the score on a goal from Ryan Aspenleiter off a pass from Jack Benotti. Neither team could muster a game-winner the rest of the way.
Spencerport 1, Greece Athena 0
Dan Reger scored in the first half to give the Rangers what would be the game's only goal. Reger scored off a pass from Emre Serbecti.
Greece Olympia 5, SOTA 0
Five different players scored for the Spartans in a rout. Courtney Hill, Paul Palmgreen, Mohammad Marini, Rider Rodriguez and Nhut Dang all found the back of the net. Palmgreen added a pair of assists, while Dang and Marini each had one.
Finney/Northstar 6, Charlotte 4
Alberto Marugan and Colton Hawkes both scored twice for the Falcons, while both Ben Forte and Pavel Gritsak had a goal and an assist to lead the way. The goals from Hawkes were the final two of the game for the Falcons, keeping Charlotte from tying it up.
Canisius 1, Aquinas 0
No individual stats were reported.
North Rose-Wolcott 2, Gananda 1
Jon Jones scored twice for NRW, both times off of passes from Connor Pendleton to hold off the Blue Panthers. Marc Munoz scored Gananda's lone goal.
Marion 3, Sodus 0
No individual stats were reported.
Pal-Mac 4, Penn Yan 1
The Red Raiders improved to 4-2 on the season with a 4-1 victory over Finger Lakes East rival Penn Yan. Pal-Mac swept the singles competition as Megan Doyle (6-2, 6-2), Corin Deloge (6-3, 6-2) and Erin Graham (7-5, 6-4) were each straight set winners. The team's final point came at second doubles where Sam Donatello and Victoria Reid paired up for a 6-4, 6-3 win. Hannah Christensen and Ashley Owens picked up a win at first doubles for Penn Yan (2-2).
Mynderse 4, Marcus Whitman 1
The Mynderse girls tennis team remained undefeated with a 4-1 win over Marcus Whitman on Friday afternoon. The Blue Devils swept the doubles competition as the teams of Audrey Gribnau/Neetu Chandak (6-1, 6-1) and Grace Doebler/Courtney Scoles (6-3, 6-0) were both straight set winners. In singles play Emily Sullivan (1-6, 6-1, 6-1) and Sam Felice (6-0, 6-0) were also winners. Marcus Whitman's lone point came at first singles where Heidi Rice was a 6-7 (2), 6-0, 6-0 winner. Mynderse improves to 6-0 overall, 5-0 in league play. Marcus Whitman drops to 2-4 on the season.
Page 5 of 6 - GOLF
Penn Yan 231, Pal-Mac 268
The Penn Yan golf team improved to 5-3, 4-3 in league competition, with a win over Pal-Mac on Friday. Justin Niver carded a 39 to lead the Mustangs and take medalist honors. Tyler Hurlbutt led Pal-Mac (1-6, 1-6) with a 50.
Newark 33, Wayne 19
Trailing 13-6 after the first quarter, the Newark football team outscored Wayne 27-6 to close out the game and get a win over the visiting Eagles. Newark took a 6-0 lead on a 48-yard touchdown pass from Phil Tack to Micah Wright. Wayne responded with a pair of first quarter touchdown runs from Justin Morrison, the first from 1-yard out and the second a 68-yard scamper. The Reds got back on the scoreboard in the second quarter with a 1-yard touchdown run by Phil Tack, but Justin Morrison responded for Wayne with a 3-yard touchdown run to put Wayne back on top. The second half belonged to Newark, fueled by three more touchdowns from Phil Tack. Tack added short touchdown runs in the third quarter then connected with Tyrelle Teabout for a 19-yard touchdown reception in the fourth quarter. Tack finished the game 17-of-19 for 177 yards and two touchdowns through the air while adding 76 rushing yards and three touchdowns on the ground. Micah Wright added 201 yards of offense for the Reds, 88 rushing yards and 113 receiving. Justin Morrison finished with 150 rushing yards and three touchdowns for Wayne.
Geneva 49, Midlakes 0
Dytalian Dennis caught three passes for 134 yards and touchdowns to lead the Panthers' attack. Teammate Josh Jackson rushed 15 times for 140 yards and two more scores as Geneva improved to 3-0. Midlakes is 0-3.
Oakfield-Alabama 61, Finney/North Star 0
O-A quarterback Allen Chatt connected on 12 of 14 passes for 252 yards and three touchdowns, and added 72 yards on five carries to lead the rout of the Falcons. Teammate Chase Manzella scored three touchdowns on just five carries.
Bishop Kearney 55, Warsaw 15
Kearney quarterback Tyler Kirton threw for 397 yards and 7 touchdowns on just 11 completions as the Kings rolled. Ardell Brown caught four passes for 206 yards for 4 TDs, and Jalen Long caught four passes for 114 and two more scores. Kearney improved to 2-1 with the win.
Rush-Henrietta 38, Webster Thomas 20
Jared Gerbino finished with 207 yards passing and two touchdowns after completing 11 of 15 passes to lead the Royal Comets. Gerbino also ran for 76 yards on 13 carries, while Joseph Ortiz added had three catches for 70 yards and two scores. DeKwon Wilson had a monster game for R-H, rushing 17 times for 129 yards and three scores. Rush-Henrietta is now 2-1, while Thomas falls to 0-3.
Webster Schroeder 34, Gates-Chili 14
Page 6 of 6 - Bamidele Akinniyi couldn't be stopped. The Scroeder running back ran 19 times for 220 yards and four touchdowns, and added two catches for 31 yards and one more score to lead the Warriors to victory. QB Brett Segala threw for 139 yards and a TD, while Kyle Sofia wracked up 10 tackles and an interception on defense. For Gates (1-2), Myles McFadden rushed for 121 yards on 13 carries and a score.
Brockport 13, Churchville-Chili 7 (OT)
Carlton Ekiyor scored the game-winning touchdown on a 13-yard run to give the Blue Devils the win. Teammate Jake Fey finished with 25 carries for 152 yards. Earlier in the OT period with the Saints driving, Brockport's Andy Reed registered a sack that forced a longer field-goal attempt, which Churchville could not convert.
Brighton 34, Batavia 6
The Barons wracked up 435 yards rushing on 62 carries and five touchdowns to pick up their first win of the season. Matt Stone had 117 yards and a TD, Christian Thomas added 115 yards and two scores, and Gordon Truesdale rushed for 55 yards and two more scores.
McQuaid 22, Edison 21
Will Mahar connected on five of six field goal attempts, including a 52-yarder with no time left on the clock to give the Black Knights their first win of the season. Mahar also added seven receptions for 183 yards in addition to kicks from 37, 41, 23, 21 and 52 yards. Zach Poudrier rushed 32 times for 139 yards for McQuaid (1-2).