Red Jacket 4, Dundee 0
The Red Jacket girls soccer team defeated Dundee 4-0 on Wednesday, moving the Indians to 7-2 overall, 4-0 in league competition. Trista Hawke celebrated her birthday with a pair of goals to lead Red Jacket. Talyn Richardson had one goal and one assist, Sam Lora scored one goal and Emily Hotchkiss, Jose Scherer and Jensen Porter each made one assist. Brynne Guerrie collected seven saves to earn her fourth shutout of the season. Brooke Howell made 17 saves for Dundee (3-3, 2-2).
"The offense did a great job of playing together tonight," said Red Jacket's Andrew Wight, who is now 70-27-3 in his first 100 games as a varsity head coach. "The girls made good choices with their shots and passes. If they keep it up we will be in good shape."
Midlakes 3, Honeoye 1
The Midlakes girls soccer team earned a 3-1 win over visiting Honeoye on Wednesday, ending the Screaming Eagles four-game losing streak. Lauren Gallentine and Allison Clements each scored an unassisted goal early in the game to give Midlakes an early cushion. Christy Orlando scored the Screaming Eagles' final goal early in the second half to make it 3-0, beating the keeper off a pass from Cassie Kramp. Amanda MacKenzie scored in the 51st minute off an assist from Gwen Healy for Honeoye's lone tally. Kylie DeWilde made four saves to earn the win in goal for Midlakes (4-4-0). Sarah Gray and Aurora Straton combined to make seven saves for Honeoye (1-7-1).
Eastridge 7, World of Inquiry 0
Meghan Yates scored one goal and handed out three assists to lead Eastridge to a 7-0 triumph over World of Inquiry. Sofia Agurto-Munding added one goal and one assist while Erin Maggio, Ari Boillat, Riley Finnegan, Shelby Guinness and Delia Hanley each had one goal.
Romulus 5, H-AC 2
The Romulus girls soccer team defeated H-AC on Wednesday, scoring three second half goals to pick up the win. The Warriors took the lead 7:32 into the game on a goal by Sarah Drury, then went ahead 2-0 just over one minute later on a goal by Sadie Mapstone. H-AC cut the deficit in half in the 25th minute on a goal by Camille Dixon, then tied the score at 2-2 with less than two minutes left in the first half on a goal by Danielle Fuller. Romulus retook the lead just over nine minutes into the second half on Sadie Mapstone's second goal of the contest. Mapstone completed the hat trick four minutes later to make it 4-2, with Olivia Brandow capping the scoring in the 76th minute.
South Seneca 3, Marcus Whitman 1
The Falcons traveled to Marcus Whitman to face the Wildcats on Wednesday and went home with a 3-1 win. Meghan Perry scored off a pass from Mackenzie Kenyon four minutes into the game to five South Seneca an early lead. The Falcons went ahead 2-0 in the 23rd minute on a goal by Erin Wilkins, but Marcus Whitman responded three minutes later with a goal by Jordon Fitch to cut the deficit in half. The teams played even until the 66th minute when Meghan Perry notched her second goal of the contest to cap the scoring. Mikayla Jones recorded seven saves to pick up the win in net for South Seneca (5-4). Danielle Brown made 12 saves for Marcus Whitman (2-5).
Page 2 of 5 - Gananda 1, Marion 0
The Gananda girls soccer team remained undefeated with a 1-0 road victory over Marion. Giulia Mahoney scored 15 minutes into the game off a pass from Katilynn White for the lone tally of the match. Sara MacDougall recorded four saves to secure the shutout in net. Sami Bailey made 12 saves for Marion (5-2-2), which lost for the first time since its opening match on August 30. Gananda improves to 7-0-1.
Pal-Mac 4, Newark 0
Samantha Gagliano scored two goals and handed out one assist to propel the Red Raiders to a win over Newark. Kacie Matteson also had two goals for Pal-Mac (4-3-2), with Emily Blazey providing two assists and Julia Cosner contributing one. Jessica Locey recorded five goals to earn the shutout in net. Gagliano now has 20 goals and three assists in nine games. Blazey has four goals and 12 assists. Newark drops to 7-4.
Naples 6, Geneva 0
Naples moved to 5-1 with a shutout win against Geneva on Wednesday. Taylor Chapman scored three goals and handed out two assists to lead the Big Green. Mika Hobart added one goal and one assist, Abby Price and Brenna Kunzler each had a goal and Halie Hotchkiss made one assist. Lissa Brautigam made three assists to earn the shutout in net. Stephanie Smart had 10 saves for Geneva (2-5).
Dundee 3, Campbell-Savona 0
The Dundee girls volleyball team picked up its first win of the season with a 25-18, 25-19, 25-22 victory over Campbell-Savona on Wednesday. Erika Sutherland recorded two kills and two aces to lead Dundee. Olivia Taylor and Anna Gilbert each added two blocks with Caitlyn Schenk contributing two aces.
South Seneca 3, H-AC 0
South Seneca earned a sweep of H-AC on Wednesday, winning the match 25-13, 25-19, 27-25. Kalyn Moore accumulated 13 kills, six digs and two blocks to power the Falcons. Bailey Minges made 26 assists and five aces while Laura Wyckoff added eight digs and six kills. Carolyn Dubnik finished with seven kills and one ace to pace H-AC. Emily Raszko had four kills and one ace while Christina Myers chipped in four kills and one block. South Seneca improves to 3-6, 3-3.
Gananda 3, Clyde-Savannah 0
The Blue Panthers remained undefeated with a 25-8, 25-14, 25-20 sweep of Clyde-Savannah on Wednesday. Peyton Wyjad piled up 31 assists and five digs to pace Gananda. Jessie Carder added 13 kills and six digs and Jennie Stearns contributed eight kills and five digs. Taylor King-Carr posted 19 digs and two kills to lead Clyde-Savannah (5-4, 4-3). Marissa Sharp added eight assists. Gananda improves to 9-0, 6-0 in league play.
Lyons 3, Williamson 1
Page 3 of 5 - Abbie Shields collected 10 kills, eight aces and five blocks to lead the Lyons girls volleyball team to a 25-23, 25-18, 23-25, 25-11 victory over Williamson. Hannah Lester added seven kills and four aces for the Lions while Taylor DiSanto had 22 assists and eight digs. With the win Lyons improves to 7-2.
Honeoye 3, Mynderse 0
The Honeoye girls volleyball team improved to 6-2, 6-0 in league play, with a sweep of Mynderse on Wednesday. Julia Barnard tallied eight kills and seven digs to power the Bulldogs. Abbey Allison and Sammy Marshall each added three aces, with Allison tacking on five kills. Breanna Baker led Mynderse (3-6, 1-6) with six assists and two aces. Gabby Cambareri chipped in two aces and one kills.
Sodus 3, Marion 1
The Sodus girls volleyball team captured its first win of the season on Wednesday with a four-game triumph over Marion. Mia Faso Miranda led the Spartans to the 25-16, 25-15, 14-25, 26-24 win with 14 digs and seven kills. Joelle Balleman added six aces. Danielle Wood pounded out 10 kills to pace Marion (0-8, 0-7). Arianna Rothfuss had nine assists while Toby Young contributed five kills. Sodus improves to 1-6, 1-6.
Pittsford Sutherland 3, HF-L 0
Pittsford Sutherland ran its record to 14-0, 5-0 in league play, with a 25-13, 25-4, 25-12 sweep of Honeoye Falls-Lima. Andrea Allen amassed 27 assists, five digs, four aces and one block to power the Knights. Luisa Schirmer made 14 kills, 14 digs, 12 aces and two blocks, Santita Ebangwese had seven kills, three blocks and two digs, Taylor Kells contributed seven kills, three digs, two aces and one block, Lauren McManus made three kills and two blocks, Lauren Blowers had three kills, three digs and one block and Aliah Bowllan added 18 digs.
Webster Thomas 3, Canandaigua 1
The Webster Thomas girls volleyball team defeated Canandaigua on Wednesday, winning the match 25-21, 23-25, 25-18, 25-14. Jessica Long pounded out 14 kills to power the Titans. Carson Klasner added 31 assists and Sarah Dobie made 21 digs. With the win Webster Thomas improves to 4-6.
Pal-Mac 5, Newark 0
The Red Raiders played host to Newark on Wednesday and defeated the visiting Reds to improve to 5-2 overall and in league play. Megan Doyle (6-0, 6-0), Erin Graham (6-1, 6-0) and Carly Vecchiotti (7-6 ) were all winners in singles play for Pal-Mac. On the doubles side the teams of Kendall Jones/Cara Graham (6-2, 6-1) and Sam Donatello/Victoria Reid (6-4, 6-3) were also victorious.
Mynderse 5, Waterloo 0
The Mynderse girls tennis team traveled to Waterloo on Wednesday and went home with a 5-0 win to improve to 7-0, 6-0 in league play. Laura Jacuzzo (6-0, 6-0), Emily Sullivan (6-0, 6-0) and Sam Felice (6-0, 6-1) were all straight set winners for the Blue Devils. On the doubles side the teams of Audrey Gribnau/Neetu Chandak (6-0, 6-0) and Aubrea Partee/Grace Doebler (6-1, 6-0) were also victorious. Waterloo drops to 2-4.
Page 4 of 5 - Penn Yan 5, Wayne 0
The Penn Yan girls tennis team ran its season record to 4-2 with a sweep of Wayne. Heather Lee (6-1, 6-1) and Rachel Maslyn (6-4, 7-6 ) each earned a win in singles play for the Mustangs while team teams of Hannah Christensen/Ashley Owens (6-4, 6-0) and Brittani Miller/Emily Smith each picked up a win in doubles play. Penn Yan won third singles by forfeit. Wayne drops to 3-4.
Naples 5, Midlakes 0
The Big Green earned a sweep of Midlakes on Wednesday to improve to 6-0 on the season. Jessie Gorcica (6-3, 6-3) and Hannah DelGatto (6-2, 6-0) each picked up a point in singles play for Naples. The team of Chloe Hamman/Karli Stekl (6-2, 6-2) was also a straight set winner. Midlakes drops to 4-3.
Midlakes 211, South Seneca/Romulus 273
Playing at Clifton Springs, the Midlakes golf team topped South Seneca/Romulus 211-273 on Wednesday to improve to 11-0 on the season. Nick Waite carded a 35 to lead the Screaming Eagles. Matt Lapaglia and Jake Blondell each added a 41 while Skyler Sullivan had a 42. Luke Allen posted a 49 to lead South Seneca/Romulus (2-7).
Wayne 223, Naples 241
Josh Greenley carded a 40 on the front nine at Reservoir Creek to lead Wayne to a win over Naples. Mike Muzkytchuk followed with a 43 for the Eagles, with Alex Rabishaw adding a 44. Andrew Fleischman led Naples with a 40. Tyler Holton added a 48.
Greece Athena 4, Hilton 2
Jason Siracuse scored three goals to lead the Greece Athena boys soccer team to a 4-2 win against Hilton. Corey Tirado netted the fourth goal for the Trojans, with Jordan Smith, Mike Celestino and Francesco Monti each dishing out one assist. Greece Athena (5-3-1, 3-1-1) has allowed just nine goals through its first nine games. No stats were reported for Hilton (2-7-0, 1-4-0).
Canandaigua 4, Pittsford Mendon 2
The Canandaigua boys soccer team topped Pittsford Mendon 4-2 on Wednesday, scoring all of their goals in the second half to secure the win. Ryan Aspenleiter scored two minutes into the game to put Mendon up 1-0. The teams would play even until 13 minutes into the second half when Sean Corcoran scored off a pass from Matt Renzi to give the Vikings a two goal lead. Canandaigua began its comeback three minutes later when Ben Mitchell scored off an assist from Michael Ennis. The Braves tied the score in the 60th minute when Mitchell set up Patrick Bay for a goal, then took the lead six minutes after than when Timothy Bay scored off a pass from Trevor Poisson. Canandaigua made it 4-2 with four minutes left in the game on a strike from Jonathon Brown. With the win Canandaigua improves to 4-4-1, 2-3-1 in league play. Pittsford Mendon drops to 3-2-3, 2-1-2.
Page 5 of 5 - Rush-Henrietta 1, Penfield 0
The Royal Comets evened their season record at 4-4-1 with a 1-0 shutout over Penfield. Nour Hasan scored unassisted in the 48th minute for the lone goal of the match. Penfield drops to 1-5-2.
TUESDAY'S LATE SCORES
Pal-Mac 3, Wayne 1
The Pal-Mac girls volleyball team defeated Wayne on Tuesday, outlasting the Eagles 27-25, 23-25, 25-20-26-24. Courtney Ameele recorded 12 kills and seven blocks to lead Pal-Mac (4-5, 4-2). Maddy Luke made 20 digs while Tallis Polasenski had 19 assists. Jenea Shoemaker piled up 24 digs, 15 kills and six aces to pace Wayne (4-3, 4-2). Averie Riel added 25 assists and four aces.
Marion 2, Gananda 1
The Marion boys soccer team earned a win over Gananda on Tuesday, getting the game-winning goal in the final two minutes of regulation. Jon Krocke got the Black Knights on the board just seconds before halftime, scoring off a pass from Connor McKechney. Gananda tied the scored 15 minutes into the second half when Bobby Heumann found the back of the net off an assist from David Carder. Marion (6-0-1, 5-0-1) regained the lead with 1:12 left in regulation on Krocke's second goal of the night. Gananda drops to 0-5-2, 0-4-2.