GIRLS SWIMMING AND DIVING
Pal-Mac 105.5, Churchville-Chili 80.5
The Pal-Mac girls swimming and diving team defeated Churchville-Chili on Tuesday, moving the Red Raiders to 3-0 in dual meet action. Ellie Jones placed first in the 100 breaststroke and 200 IM to lead Pal-Mac. Dana Wilsey (500 freestyle) and Alexandra Waasdorp (100 backstroke) were both single event winners while the team also took first in the 400 freestyle relay. Mercedes McKinney finished first in the 50 freestyle and 100 freestyle to lead the Churchville-Chili (0-5). Katie Nau (diving), Allison Crist (200 freestyle) and Marlane Hochgraf (100 butterfly) were single event winners, with the Saints also winning the 200 medley relay and the 200 freestyle relay. Pal-Mac brought home 10 second place finishes in the 12 events.
Spencerport 121, Eastridge 57
Alissa White (100 backstroke, 200 IM) and Meghan Tyler (100 freestyle, 100 breaststroke) were double event winners for Spencerport in a 121-57 win over Eastridge. Nicole Almeter (200 freestyle), Amber White (50 freestyle), Camille Colby (diving) and Rachel Ellison (500 freestyle) were single event winners for the Rangers while the team also took first in all three relay races. Audrey Gramlich came in first in the 100 butterfly for Eastridge (1-3). Spencerport improves to 1-3.
Greece 93, Brockport 90
The Greece girls swimming and diving team edged out Brockport on Tuesday, bringing home eight second place finishes and six first place finishes on the way to victory. Delaney LaBue (100 butterfly), Angela Bozza (100 breaststroke), Ashley Vandermeer (500 freestyle) and Abigail Humphreys (200 freestyle) were all single event winners for Greece, while the team also won the 200 medley relay and the 400 freestyle relay.
Wayne 4, Bloomfield 1
The Wayne girls tennis team topped Bloomfield 4-1 on Tuesday, sweeping the doubles competition on the way to victory. Grace Dana and Tara Sedure paired up for a 6-1, 6-3 win at first doubles for the Eagles while teammates Rose Borshelien and Erika Hargrave paired up for a 6-0, 6-1 win at second doubles. Rayissa Amon earned a 6-2, 6-2 win in singles play for Bloomfield.
Canandaigua 7, Marcus Whitman 0
Canandaigua played host to Marcus Whitman in a non-league match on Tuesday and defeated the visiting Wildcats 7-0 to improve to 6-3 on the season. Amy Smith (6-4, 7-5), Alyssa DeMott (6-3, 6-3), Monica Morgan (6-2, 6-1) and Caroline Sharza (6-0, 6-0) were all straight-set winners in singles play for the Braves. On the doubles side the teams of Chloe Karnisky/Libby Roberts (6-1, 6-2), Margaret Osborne/Gabby Murphey (6-2, 6-0) and Paige Frarey/Katy Compton (6-0, 6-0) all brought home a point.
Bloomfield 5, Romulus/South Seneca 0
Ty Clauss scored one goal and handed out three assists to lead the Bloomfield boys soccer team to a shutout win over Romulus/South Seneca. Alex Flattery tacked on two goals for the Bombers, with Neale VanStralen contributing one goal and Ryan Broadway providing one assist. Jacob Foote made two saves to earn the win between the pipes. Kyle Darling and Matt Brewer combined to make four saves for Romulus/South Seneca (1-4-2, 0-4-2). Bloomfield improves to 4-4, 4-2.
Page 2 of 5 - Mynderse 5, Midlakes 0
Jason Anderson netted three goals to lead Mynderse in a 5-0 win over Midlakes. Ryan Major and Nick Hartwell each added one goal for the Blue Devils, with Devon Turner, Brett Anderson and Murad Raja each contributing one assist. Mynderse (7-1-1, 5-1-1) has outscored its opponents 28-7 through nine games. Midlakes drops to 2-6, 1-6.
Naples 4, Newark 3 OT
The Naples boys soccer team picked up an overtime victory over Newark on Tuesday, scoring the final three goals of the match to snatch the win. Newark's Paul Dingman scored off a pass from Mike Fedezuk 2:19 into the game to give the Reds an early lead. Naples got on the board just over seven minutes later when Kyle Johnson scored off an assist from Flynn Willsea. Newark regained the lead 10 minutes before halftime when Dingman tallied his second goal of the game, this time off an assist from Colin Murphy. The Reds extended their lead to 3-1 in the 46th minute when Tyler Collins scored unassisted, but the Big Green kept their poise and put in a pair of goal in the final eight minutes to force overtime: the first at the 72:51 mark and the second at74:53 and both by Kyle Johnson (assisted by Mike Hicks and Matt Jackson). Naples' game-winning goal came 9:17 into overtime when Mike Hicks scored off an assist from Noah Emmons. Gawain Robinson and Luke Lamagra combined to make four saves in goal for Naples (5-1-2, 4-0-1). Devin Anglin recorded 10 saves for Newark (2-5-1, 1-4-1).
Pal-Mac 1, Honeoye 0
The Red Raiders improved to 5-1-1, 4-0-1 in league play, with a 1-0 win over previously undefeated Honeoye. Rickie Hughson scored in the 74th minute for Pal-Mac for the lone goal of the match. Honeoye drops to 7-1-0, 4-1-0.
Marcus Whitman 1, H-AC 0
The Marcus Whitman boys soccer team remained undefeated with a 1-0 triumph over visiting H-AC. Andrea Forestieri scored an unassisted goal six minutes into the second half to lift the Wildcats to the win. Brennon Blodgett recorded six saves to earn the shutout between the pipes. Eric Tolhurst made six saves for H-AC (3-3-0, 3-2-0). Marcus Whitman (6-0, 4-0) has scored 20 goals and allowed just six through its first six games.
Greece Arcadia 2, Spencerport 1
Arcadia 5-3-0. Spencerport 7-1. No stats reported.
Penn Yan 6, Geneva 0
Penn Yan 5-4-0, 3-2-0 . Geneva 1-7-0, 1-5-0. No stats reported.
Mercy 1, Greece Odyssey 0
Our Lady of Mercy earned a 1-0 win over visiting Greece Odyssey on Tuesday, giving the Monarchs a record of 6-2-1 on the season. Anna Doer scored in the 39th minute off a pass from Mary LoCicero for the lone goal of the match. Mercy's Rachel Manhardt and Cali Anne Cleaves combined to made five saves in net. Greece Odyssey drops to 4-4.
Page 3 of 5 - Webster Schroeder 2, Churchville-Chili OT
The Webster Schroeder girls soccer team traveled to Churchville-Chili to face the Saints on Tuesday and went home with a 2-0 overtime win. Andrea Benson broke the scoreless tie one minute into overtime, scoring off an assist from Maddy Lowe. Lowe set up the Warriors insurance goal three minutes later, finding Brandi O'Brien to make it 2-0. Sara Jakobsze recorded 12 saves to earn the shutout in net. Webster Schroeder improves to 6-1-2. Churchville-Chili drops to 3-5-0.
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Williamson 3-0, Mynderse 2-1, H-AC 1-2, Bloomfield 0-3
H-AC's Amir Zain took first place with a time of 17:58 in a four-team meet held at Williamson. Tyler Pratt (Mynderse, 18:14), Russell Hegedorn (H-AC, 18:20), Jacob Bailey (Williamson, 18:25) and Max Curran (Williamson, 18:47) rounded out the top five. Tom Knoerl finished in 10th place with a time of 20:48 to pace Bloomfield.
Wayne 4-0, Honeoye 3-1, Penn Yan 1-2, Red Jacket 1-3, Dundee 0-2
The Wayne boys cross country team swept a meet with Honeoye, Penn Yan, Red Jacket and Dundee on Tuesday, taking the top four spots in the race. Jamie Light finished first for the Eagles with a time of 18:18, followed by teammates Dan Cole (19:19), Mike Houlihan (19:24) and Tanner Freida (19:35). Honeoye's Zach Erickson took fifth (19:52) and Penn Yan's Austin Blumbergs finished sixth (19:53). Devan Halton came in 11th with a time of 20:10 to pace Red Jacket with Dundee's MacKenzie Stone crossing in 21st with a time of 21:57 to lead a team of one.
Brighton 3-0, Canandaigua 2-1, Hilton 1-2, Greece Athena 0-3
Brighton's Zak Simpson took first place with a time of 17:34 to lead the Barons to a sweep of Canandaigua, Hilton and Greece Athena. Fellow Baron Drew Schmitt crossed second with a time of 17:49 followed by Greece Athena's Tom Kolankiewicz (17:50), Brighton's Jonah Simpson (17:51) and Jamie Shoemaker (18:01) in the top five. Andrew Gwynn came in sixth with a time of 18:07 to pace Canandaigua followed by Hilton's Rob Wright in seventh with a time of 18:17, with the Braves also taking the 11th, 13th, 15th and 17th spots.
Geneva 3-0, Waterloo 2-1, Marcus Whitman 1-2, North Rose-Wolcott 0-3
Garsevan Bakauri finished in first place with a time of 17:31 to lead Geneva to a sweep of Waterloo, Marcus Whitman and North Rose-Wolcott on Tuesday afternoon. Joseph Northrup (Waterloo, 17:52) took second followed by a pair of Wildcats: Jacob Champlin in third (17:55) and Luke Shively in fourth (18:41). Geneva's Robert Nicholas rounded out the top five with a time of 18:43 while Ben Porter led North Rose-Wolcott with a time of 22:10.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Mynderse 3-0, Bloomfield 2-1, H-AC 1-2, Williamson 0-3
Page 4 of 5 - The Mynderse girls cross country team earned a sweep over Bloomfield, H-AC and Williamson on Tuesday, taking the top two spots in the race. Erica Barbay Bloomfield and all runners with a time of 21:48, followed by teammate Olivia Baxter who crossed with a time of 22:45. Alex Williams (Bloomfield, 23:06), Eileen Reinhardt (H-AC, 23:29) and Hannah Peck (Bloomfield, 23:52) rounded out the top five. Mikala Steinmann finished in eighth with a time of 24:46 to lead Williamson.
Wayne 3-0, Penn Yan 2-1, Red Jacket 1-2, Honeoye 0-3
The Wayne girls cross country team earned a sweep over Penn Yan, Red Jacket and Honeoye on Tuesday, taking four of the top seven spots on the day. Red Jacket's Shealyn Doody finished first with a time of 21:36 and was followed by Wayne's Melinda Vilarinho (22:29), Penn Yan's Evelyn Pinneo (22:50), Wayne's Caitlyn Lieber (22:55) and Penn Yan's Mia Covell (23:23) in the top five. Tracy Stutzman placed eighth with a time of 24:33 to pace Honeoye.
Canandaigua 3-0, Brighton 2-1, Hilton 1-2, Greece Athena 0-3
Canandiagua's Kennedy Jensen took first place with a time of 19:15 to lead the Braves to a sweep of Brighton, Hilton and Greece Athena on Tuesday at Mendon Ponds East. Jensen's teammate Dana Garbinski took second with a time of 21:45 and was followed by a trio of Brighton runners: Shannon Oberst (21:48), Kate Costanze (22:15) and Alexa Campbell (22:19). Mary Kunigan came in seventh with a time of 22:32 to lead Hilton while Faith Gruver finished ninth with a time of 22:38 to pace Greece Athena.
Waterloo 3-0, Geneva 2-1, Marcus Whitman 1-2, North Rose-Wolcott 0-3
Marcus Whitman's Audrey Button took first place with a time of 21:13 in a meet against Waterloo, Geneva and North Rose-Wolcott. Geneva's Mallorey Fitzgerald came in second with a time of 22:35, followed by Waterloo's Alyssa Soto (23:11) and Karina Soto (23:11) in a tie for third. Marcus Whitman's Ellie Schwarz came in fifth with a time of 23:17 while Desi Carson finished 14th with a time of 25:22 to pace North Rose-Wolcott.
Penn Yan 3, Newark 1
The Penn Yan girls volleyball team evened its record at 5-5 with a 25-19, 20-25, 25-19, 25-22 win over Newark on Tuesday. Liz Wunder collected 11 kills, four aces and four blocks to power the Mustangs. Kelly Bray added 12 assists. Courtney McEvoy racked up 21 assists to lead Newark (1-5). Mya VanDuyne chipped in seven kills.
Midlakes 3, Geneva 0
The Midlakes girls volleyball team improved to 8-1 on the season with a 25-16, 25-13, 25-16 victory over Geneva. CeCe Cordero tallied 12 digs and eight assists to lead Midlakes. Anna Coryell made 21 assists and six digs while Marissa McFadden added eight kills. Stephanie Fuchs led Geneva (1-8) with five kills, one block and one ace. Maggie Cunningham added 24 assists and one kill.
Page 5 of 5 - GOLF
Honeoye 225, Mynderse 259
The Honeoye golf team topped Mynderse on Tuesday, led by a 41 from John Marble. Honeoye's Brian Johnson took medalist honors with a 36, including birdies on hole one and hole six.
Midlakes 3, Canandaigua 1
The Midlakes boys volleyball team improved to 7-3 with a non-league victory over Canandaigua. Chris Goodman finished with 15 kills and 11 digs to lead the Screaming Eagles. Justin Hoover added nine blocks and six kills. Canandaigua drops to 1-6.
MONDAY'S LATE SCORES
Canandaigua 4, Webster Thomas 3
The Canandaigua girls tennis team outlasted Webster Thomas on Monday, moving the Braves to 3-0 in league competition. Canandaigua swept the doubles competition as the teams of Chloe Karnisky/Libby Roberts (6-3, 6-4), Margaret Osborne/Gabby Murphey (6-4, 6-2) and Julia Gardner/Elisa Sloth (6-4, 6-2) were all victorious. The Braves' final point came at fourth singles where Amy Jennings brought home a 7-5, 6-4 win. Sheyna Ginster (6-1, 6-1), Maia Klinatchena (6-0, 6-1) and Lisa Pen (6-2, 6-3) each earned a point for Webster Thomas.