Victor 5, Pittsford Sutherland 2
The Victor girls tennis team earned a 5-2 win over Pittsford Sutherland on Monday afternoon, moving the Blue Devils to 8-1 on the season. In a battle of 2012 All-Greater Rochester players, Victor's Ajla Karabegovic defeated Sutherland's Zoe Chodak 6-3, 6-3 in first singles. The Blue Devils also picked up points at second and third singles where Emily Stanley (6-3, 6-4) and Sarah Marro (6-0, 7-6 ) were straight-set winners, and in second and third doubles where the teams of Morgan Geniviva/Haily Filer (6-2, 7-5) and Sarah Newton/Ellen Newton (6-2, 6-4) each got a win.
Geneva 3, Bloomfield 2
The Geneva girls tennis team defeated Bloomfield on Monday, 3-2. Emily Tyman and Anne Choi paired up for a 6-1, 6-2 win at first doubles for the Panthers while Aidan Camera earned a 6-0, 6-0 win at second singles. Rayissa Amon picked up a 6-2, 6-1 win at first singles for Bloomfield, with Christina Barker and Amanda Marble teaming up for a win at second doubles. Geneva's third point came by walkover in third singles.
Naples 3, Prattsburgh 2
The Naples girls tennis team earned a 3-2 win over Prattsburgh on Monday, avenging a 3-2 loss to Vikings last week. The deciding point of the match came from second doubles where the Naples team of Sam Spofford/Avril Ching earned a 7-6 (7-5), 3-6, 7-6 (7-5) win in a three hour marathon match. Jessie Gorcica earned a 6-2, 6-4 win at first singles for the Big Green while Chloe Hamman and Karli Stekl paired up for a 6-3, 6-2 win at first doubles. Lexi Sanford (6-0, 6-4) and Amber Smith (6-0, 6-1) earn captured a point for Prattsburgh (7-1). Naples improves to 7-1.
Victor 3, Rush-Henrietta 0
The Victor girls volleyball team earned a sweep of Rush-Henrietta on Monday to improve to 7-2 on the season, 4-2 in league play. Jane Garrity recorded four kills to lead the Blue Devils to the 25-11, 25-6, 25-21 win. Celeste Hartsough and Mackenzie Dowdle each added three kills. Candice Greer and Emily Nestler each finished with five kills to pace Rush-Henrietta (1-7, 1-5).
Honeoye 3, South Seneca 0
The Honeoye girls volleyball team traveled to South Seneca to face the Falcons on Monday and went home with a 25-12, 25-15, 25-11 win. Hailey Cornish served up 12 aces to pace the Bulldogs. Kasey Campbell added six kills. With the win Honeoye improves to 5-2, 5-0 in league play. South Seneca drops to 2-6, 2-3.
Mynderse 3, Dundee 0
Valerie Tuttle posted 16 digs and two aces to lead the Mynderse girls volleyball team to a sweep of Dundee. Hannah Miller tacked on six kills and two blocks for the Blue Devils and Alex Prayne added four aces and three kills in the 25-15, 25-10, 25-22 victory.
Page 2 of 4 - Midlakes 3, Clyde-Savannah 0
The Midlakes girls volleyball team played host to Clyde-Savannah on Monday and defeated the visiting Golden Eagles 25-13, 30-28, 25-17 to improve to 7-1 on the season. CeCe Cordero piled up 21 digs and eight kills to lead the Screaming Eagles. Sydney Jones added 14 digs and seven kills and Anna Coryell racked up 31 assists. Marissa Sharp amassed 10 assists and two kills to pace Clyde-Savannah (5-3).
Pittsford Sutherland 3, Brighton 0
The Pittsford Sutherland girls volleyball team ran their season record to 13-0 with a sweep of Brighton on Monday. Luisa Schirmer led the Knights with eight kills, eight aces and six digs, followed by Sarah Blowers with six digs, five kills and two aces. Taylor Kells had four kills and four aces, Lauren McManus made five kills and one block, Jessie Marini tallied three digs, three assists and one ace, Monica Sanna recorded two assists, one ace and one kill, Michelle Hollenberg collected four digs and one ace, Mackenzie Kaufman had two aces and Bridget Stahlecker made one kill.
Bloomfield 3, Marion 0
The Bombers improved to 6-1 with a victory over Marion on Monday. Sierra Leitten collected eight assists and three aces to power Bloomfield. Audra Beechler added eight digs and five kills to help the Bombers to the 25-6, 25-23, 25-16 win. Martha Rinella finished with nine digs for Marion (0-7).
H-AC 3, Pal-Mac 1
The H-AC girls volleyball team topped Pal-Mac on Monday, winning the final three games after dropping the first. Carolyn Dubnik piled up 24 kills and four aces to propel the Wolves. Alyssa Broberg amassed 28 assists and two kills while Madeline Truman collected nine digs, seven kills and four aces. Courtney Amelee led Pal-Mac with 12 kills. Leah Baginski added three aces.
Dundee 2, Marcus Whitman 0
The Dundee girls soccer team bested Marcus Whitman 2-0 on Monday moving the Scotsmen to 3-2 on the year. Taylor Morrison scored off a pass from Megan Howell four minutes before halftime to give Dundee a 1-0 lead. The Scotsmen got their insurance goal 10 minutes into the second half on an unassisted goal by Kailee Morrison. Brooke Howell made four saves to earn the win in net. Danielle Brown had eight saves for Marcus Whitman (2-4).
South Seneca 4, H-AC 1
South Seneca evened its record at 4-4 with a 4-1 triumph over H-AC on Monday. MacKenzie Kenyon game the Falcons a 1-0 lead nine minutes into the game when she scored off an assist from Meghan Perry, then scored her second goal of the match 23 minutes later to put South Seneca up by two. H-AC cut the deficit in half four minutes into the second half on a goal by Danielle Fulller, but South Seneca responded two minutes later with a goal by Brianna Halsey to reclaim the two goal cushion. The Falcons tallied their final goal in the 67th minute when Bree Minges scored off a corner kick from Meghan Perry. Erika Sickler and Mikayla Jones combined to make six saves in net for South Seneca. Seeley Taylor made 12 saves for H-AC (0-4-1).
Page 3 of 4 - Red Jacket 2, Romulus 0
The Red Jacket girls soccer team defeated Romulus 2-0 on Monday, moving the Indians to 6-2 on the year. Trista Hawke scored off an assist from Emily Hotchkiss in the 16th minute to give Red Jacket a 1-0 lead. The teams played even until late in the second half when Hawke set up Talyn Richardson in the 73rd minute for the Indian's insurance goal. Brynne Guerrie recorded six saves in goal to earn her third shutout of the season. Jenny Tompkins racked up 22 saves for Romulus.
Naples 6, Honeoye 0
The Naples girls soccer team traveled to Honeoye to face the Bulldogs on Monday evening and went home with a 6-0 win. Taylor Chapman netted three goals to pace Naples, followed by Emma Lincoln with two and Abby Price with one. Lissa Brautigam made three saves to pick up the win between the pipes. With the win Naples improves to 4-1. Honeoye drops to 1-6-1.
Pal-Mac 8, Waterloo 0
Sam Gagliano scored five goals and handed out one assist to lead the Pal-Mac girls soccer team to a shutout win over Waterloo. Emily Blazey added one goal and four assists, Kelsi Nau had one goal and one assist, Kacie Matteson provided two assists and Maddie Thompson scored one goal. Jessica Locey made two saves to pick up the win in net. With the win Pal-Mac improves to 3-3-2. Gagliano now has 18 goals and two assists through the team's eight games.
Victor 2, Irondequoit 0
The Victor girls soccer team picked up their second win of the season on Monday with a 2-0 shutout against Irondequoit. Victoria Montemorano scored of a pass from Caleigh Ewanow to give the Blue Devils a 1-0 lead. Alex Lambert found the back of the net off a pass from Maria Lowden for Victor's insurance goal. Angela Ratka made 10 saves to secure the shutout between the pipes. Victor improves to 2-5-1.
Bloomfield 4, Geneva 2
The Bloomfield girls soccer team outlasted Geneva on Monday to run their record to 4-1-1 on the year. Lillian Nelson gave the Bombers a 1-0 lead 11 minutes into the game when she scored off a pass from Kimberly Tiffany. Bloomfield went ahead by two goals 13 minutes later when Jill Marianacci scored unassisted. Geneva cut the deficit in half four minutes before halftime when Jackie Pollino scored on a direct kick, but Bloomfield answered four minutes into the second half when Kimberly Tiffany scored off a pass from Emily Schweinfurth. Geneva again got within one on a goal by Becca Legg in the 49th minute but the Bombers closed the door with a goal in the 79th minute by Bethany Milton, assisted by Kimberly Tiffany. Lynnsie Bennett made five saves to earn the win in goal. Stephanie Smart had 13 saves for Geneva (2-3-0).
Page 4 of 4 - BOYS SOCCER
Naples 8, Waterloo 1
Kyle Johnson tallied two goal and three assists to lead the Naples boys soccer team to a win over Waterloo. Flynn Willsea added two goals and one assist for the Big Green while Chris Barkley, Daniel Maynard, Pablo Guiterrez and Noah Emmons each had one goal. Matt Jackson made two assists while Mike Hicks had one. Brady Adair scored off a pass from Nathan Brown for Waterloo's lone goal. With the win Naples improves to 4-1-2, 3-0-1 in league play. Waterloo drops to 0-8, 0-7.
Greece Odyssey 3, East 0
The Greece Odyssey boys soccer team ran its season record to 5-1-1 with a non-league victory over East High. Connor Cooper tallied two goals and one assist to lead the Leopards. Heath Walker added a goal while Randy Vogt and Kyle Williams each provided one assist. Jamie Magone recorded 10 saves to pick up his first shutout of the season in net.
Canandaigua 2, Pittsford Sutherland 0
The Braves played host to Pittsford Sutherland on Monday night and sent the Knights home with their first loss of the season. Jonas Preston scored on a head ball off a pass from Trevor Hanggi in the 42nd minute to give Canandaigua a 1-0 lead. The Braves tacked on an insurance goal 11 minutes later when Michael Ennis scored off a pass from Jonas Preston. Matt Boseck recorded 11 saves to earn the win in goal. Cobi Beach had six saves for Pittsford Sutherland (5-1-2).
HF-L 3, Victor 1
The HF-L boys soccer team improved to 3-4-1 with a triumph over Victor. Jack McDonald, Ryan Gray and Alex Ptucha each tallied one goal for the Cougars. Jon Famurewa scored the lone goal of the match for Victor (1-3-2) off an assist from Dan Post. Ethan Cramer finished with two saves to pick up the win in net. Alex Hunt made 10 saves for Victor.
Midlakes 206, Naples 260
The Midlakes golf team ran its season record to 8-0 with a win against Naples. Playing at Clifton Springs Golf Course, Midlakes' Nick Waite took medalist honors with a 36, followed by teammates Matt Lapaglia with a 39 and Jake Blondell with a 41. Andrew Fleischman and Tyler Horton each carded a 47 to lead Naples.