Get a recap of Saturday's high school sports action.

Canandaigua Academy cross country standout Kennedy Jensen winning a race has apparently become so mundane that the senior decided to add a twist. Jensen took first place at the Queensbury Cross Country Invitational on Saturday, and when she did, she did it with only one sneaker.

Jensen lost one of her spikes toward the start of the race but decided to keep right on running, completing the course in 17:45.15 — the seventh-fastest time in the 10-year history of the event. Jensen took the top spot by four seconds.

In the girls Div. 2 race, CA's Emily VanDerEems finished 51st in 21:31.78, followed by Erin Kesel (102nd, 23:07.68), and Mackenzie Hulme (103rd, 23:08.07)

In the boys Div. 2 race, Canandaigua's Andrew Gwynn finished in 36th overall, clocking in at 17:43.97. Teammate Josh Emerson was 70th (18:19.06), followed by Even Kesel in 88th (18:36.68).

Here is a recap of the rest of Saturday's high school sports action:


Red Jacket 14, Dundee 7

In a battle of 2-0 teams, the Red Jacket football team dominated time of possession Saturday to come away with a 14-7 victory over Dundee.

The Indians held the ball for just over 48 minutes of game clock, denying the Scotsmen enough time to mount a comeback. Red Jacket led 14-0 before Dundee's Paul Pollack broke free for a 35-yard scoring run. That was as close as the Scotsmen got, as the power running game of the Indians was able to kill the clock.

Kory Fogarty finished with 140 yards rushing on 30 carries, including a 9-yard TD. Andrew Ogrodowski caught a 6-yard touchdown pass for Red Jacket's other score off a pass from Lee Perry. Ogrodowski was a force on defense with 12 tackles.

For Dundee (2-1), Jeffrey Wood rushed for 72 yards on 13 carries and Rory LOng had 12 tackles. Red Jacket (3-0) will host South Seneca next Saturday at 1 p.m

ER/Gananda 56, Pal-Mac 7

Bombers quarterback Zach Hauser complete 7 of 11 passes for 133 yards and three touchdowns. All three of those scores went to Andrew Fischer, who finished with five catches for 101 yards. Teammates Jake Miller and Nate Teeter both rushed for more than 100 yards for ER/G (3-0). Meanwhile, the defense held Pal-Mac (0-3) to just 64 rushing yards and 175 total.

Penfield 22, Franklin 0

Jake Hewitt finished with 163 yards rushing on 20 carries and scored on runs of 6 and 5 yards to lead the Patriots to their first win of the season. Cole Guest scored the other TD for Penfield (1-2) when he scooped up a blocked punt and returned it for six.

Aquinas 29, Ursuline (OH) 3

The Li'l Irish improved to 3-0, led by Luch Pietropaolo's 155 rushing yards and two touchdowns on just 15 carries. Donato Clemente added two TDs on 55 yards rushing. Defensively, Emilio Zuniga finished with 13 tackles and Charlie Rist had 11 and one fumble recovery.

Spencerport 27, Irondequoit 14

The Rangers piled up 462 yards rushing on 60 carries to run away from the Eagles in the fourth quarter. Trent Egenlauf finished with 157 yards on 27 carries and three touchdowns, while teammate Tajh Eaddy had 152 on 10 carries and the other Spencerport TD. Geoffrey Dear added 15 carries for 155 yards. For Irondequoit, quarterback Sean Mannion threw for 97 yards and a touchdown to Christian Shafer, and Myles Nicholas racked up 15 tackles on the day.

Honeoye Falls-Lima 7, Greece Arcadia 0

David Zuber scooped a fumble and returned it 18 yards for the game's only touchdown. The Cougars improved to 2-1 on the season, while Arcadia fell to 0-3.

Eastridge 30, Greece Olympia 14

Lancers QB Jametrius Lewis completed 6 of 11 passes for 155 yards and two touchdowns, includng a 67-yarder to Ricky Hagins. Lewis added 93 yards rushing and another TD on 13 carries. Jay'von Hampton and Zack Haugh accounted for the other two scores for the Lancers (3-0), and Alejandro Cruz registered eight tackles. Olympia fell to 1-2.



Aquinas 2, Palmyra-Macedon 1

Goals by Emma Krenzer and Mary Kordenbrock proved too much for the Red Raiders to overcome Saturday. Kristen Vito made four saves in goal for Aquinas.

Webster Schroeder 2, Webster Thomas 2 (OT)

Maddy Lowe and Emma Merkey both scored off of passes from Francesca Lee for the Warriors in a tie against their same-town rivals from Thomas. Megan Herbst made 13 saves in goal for Schroeder. Individual stats for Thomas were not reported.

Newark 2, South Seneca 1

Nicole Collins scored off of a pass from Brittany Williams just three minutes into the second half to break up a 1-1 tie and lead the Reds to victory. Newark's McKenna Pettit scored the game's first goal on a pass from Collins, but South Seneca's Bree Minges tied it up six minutes later. Monica Mason made seven saves for Newark, while Erica Stickler made 10 for the Falcons.

Bishop Kearney 1, Eastridge 0

Meghan Hake made six saves in goal for the Kings to shut out the Lancers.

Gananda 6, Red Creek 0

The Blue Panthers spread the wealth as five different players scored for Gananda in a dominant win. Paola Figueroa scored the first and last goals of the game, while teammates Katilynn White, Jessica Donnan, Giulia Mahoney, and Caroline White each scored once. Mahoney added a pair of assists, and goalie Sara MacDougall made two saves to preserve the shutout.

Greece Odyssey 4, Batavia 1

Batavia took a surprising lead in the 20th minute of the first half on a goal from Sidney Rose, but it was all Leopards after that. Caitlin Owens even the score seven minutes later and eventually gave Odyssey the lead in the second half with her second goal. Lexi Henderson and Chelsea Kartes each added a goal for insurance.


Marcus Whitman 2, Waterloo 0

Mason Colf broke open a scoreless tie in the 69th minute when he scored off a pass from Andrea Forestein, and then Forestein added an insurance goal five minutes later for the Wildcats. Sean Bagley assisted on Forestein's goal.

Honeoye 2, Bloomfield 1

After the two teams played to a scoreless through the first 68 minutes, Anthony Vassallo broke through for the Bulldogs. Five minutes later, Justin Kraft added to the lead with a goal of his own. The Bombers fought back two minutes later with a goal from Ty Clauss, but they were unable to come up with the equalizer. Brian Manciocchi assisted on both of Honeoye's goals.

Pittsford Sutherland 1, Greece Athena 0

Gray Henderson broke a scoreless tie in the 75th minute of play off of a pass from Stephen Quinzi to lift Sutherland to victory.

Fairport 1, Penfield 0

Anthony Gaglienese put the Red Raiders out front in the 15th minute of the first half, and that proved to be the only score of the game. Fairport fired 19 shots to control the game, but the Patriots kept it close until time ran out.

Brighton 1, Clarence 1

David Madena scored for the Barons off an assist from Addison McGinnis, but Brighton was unable to net a tie-breaker. The Barons had good pressure with 15 shots and six corners.

McQuaid 1, Canisius 0

No individual stats were reported.

Brockport 7, Albion 0

Dylan Sharpe and Nick King scored two goals apiece as the Blue Devils built a 5-0 lead by halftime. Alex Ricci and Anthony Montanero each had a goal and an assist for Brockport.

Aquinas 1, St. Joe's 0

Zach Titus scored with four minutes to play in regulation to give the Li'l Irish the win. Antonio Barcelo assisted on the play.

Webster Christian 9, Lima Christian 0

Nathaniel O'Dell tallied a hat trick, while teammates Nick O'Dell and Giovani Coraggioso both scored twice for Webster Christian in the rout. Matt Bell had a goal and an assist.

Williamson 3, East Rochester 0

Tom Ferland scored twice and teammate Josh McIntosh notched one in between those as Williamson earned the shutout. Williamson's offense fired off 18 shots and would not let East Rochester get going on offense.

Spencerport 3, Pittsford Mendon 2 (OT)

Brandon Ellis scored the game-winner for the Rangers in the second overtime period off of a feed from Anthony Hanna to notch the win. Drew DeJohn and Niko Nitti scored the other goals for Spencerport, and each assisted on the other's score.

Eastridge 1, Bishop Kearney 1

Paul Smith scored the Lancers' lone goal and Stevaughn Service was credited with the assist, but neither team was able to break the tie before time ran out.


Gananda 3, East Rochester 0

The Blue Panthers swept the Bombers by scores of 25-14, 25-16, and 25-13.


Naples 4, Geneva 1

Jessie Gorcica, Hannah DelGatto, and Bella Galgano each won their respective singles matches in straight sets against the Panthers. The duo of Laxmi Diaz and Audrey Hackett won the doubles match 6-1, 6-3 for the Big Green.


Penfield 107, Churchville-Chili 78

Penfield's Emma Shi, Hannah LaVigne, Lindsay Homan and Charlotte Jarvis took two seconds off the Churchville-Chili pool record in winning the 400 free relay and sealed a 107-78 victory last week. Churchville-Chili's Allison Crist also broke her team's 100 backstroke record. Shi was a double individual winner in the 200 individual medley and 100 breastroke, while Homan won the 500 free and Cynthia Kinsman placed first in the diving. With few first-place finishes, Penfield's victory came from sweeping second, third and fourth in all but one event they did not win and shows the depth of talent on the team.


Pittsford Mendon 4, Penfield 2

Pittsford Sutherland 0, Fairport 0