Get a recap of Friday's high school sports action as the Gananda girls soccer team improves to 8-0-1 with a 4-0 win against Sodus.


Gananda 4, Sodus 0

The Blue Panthers earned a shutout victory over Sodus on Friday to remain undefeated at 8-0-1 on the season. Katilynn White and Taylor Cimino scored back-to-back goals in the ninth and tenth minute to give Gananda an early 2-0 advantage, with Giulia Mahoney assisting on both marks. White scored her second goal of the match in the 59th minute, with Allison Camp setting up Melissa Camp for the final goal in the 75th minute. Sara MacDougall made two saves to earn the shutout in net. Sodus drops to 2-6-0.

Midlakes 3, Marcus Whitman 0

The Midlakes girls soccer team moved over .500 with a shutout win against Marcus Whitman of Friday. Kylee Hughes finished with one goal and one assist to lead the Screaming Eagles. Christy Orlando and Lauren Gallentine each added a goal, with Allison Clements providing one assist. Kylie DeWilde made three saves to earn the shutout in net. Danielle Brown had eight saves for Marcus Whitman (2-6-0). Midlakes improves to 5-4-0.

H-AC 3, SOTA 2

Harley-Allendale Columbia earned a 3-2 win over School of the Arts on Friday. Danielle Fuller scored off a pass from Emily Yax 13:50 into the game to give H-AC a 1-0 lead. The Wolves extended their lead to 2-0 less than three minutes later when Elizabeth Volpe scored off an assist from Ginny Munson. SOTA cut the deficit in half in the 23rd minute when Ericka Hayes scored off a pass from Alison Denk, then tied the score five minutes later on a penalty kick by Hannah MacLagger. The teams would play even until 8:19 into the second half when Danielle Fuller netted her second goal of the contest, this time off a pass from Danielle Geary, to put H-AC ahead for good. Abby O'Brien recorded 13 saves to earn the win in goal for H-AC, with defenders Molly Coleman, Seeley Taylor, Mackenzie DeCory and Emily Yax providing stout defensive play in front. Khalia Pya made 13 saves for SOTA.

Marion 2, Red Jacket 1

The Marion girls soccer team improved to 6-2-2 with an overtime victory over Red Jacket. The Indians took 1-0 lead 19 minutes into the game when Emily Hotchkiss found the back of the net off a pass from Trista Hawke. Marion tied the game 12 minutes into the second half on a goal by Hanna Williams, assisted by Ali Moore. The teams played even until the first overtime period when Emma Means scored off a pass from Emma Lewis to put Marion up 2-1. Sami Bailey made nine saves to earn the win between the pipes. Brynne Guerrie finished with 10 saves for Red Jacket (7-3-0).

Newark 3, South Seneca 1

Brittany Williams and Nicole Collins each scored one goal and handed out one assist to lead the Newark girls soccer team to a win against South Seneca on Friday. Anna Dickens and Mckenna Pettit each added a goal with Kiki Otero providing one assist. Monica Mason made one save to pick up the win in net. Mikayla Jones had 12 saves for South Seneca (5-5-0). Newark improves to 8-4-0.

Bishop Kearney 1, Williamson 0

The Bishop Kearney girls soccer team picked up it sixth consecutive win with a 1-0 decision over Williamson on Friday. Amata Valentini scored the lone goal of the match off a pass from Maura Sutherland 24 minutes into the match to lift the Kings to the victory. With the win Bishop Kearney improves to 7-2-1. Williamson falls to 2-3-3.

HF-L 3, Gates Chili 0

The Honeoye Falls-Lima girls soccer team earned a win against visiting Gates Chili on Friday, scoring three second half goals to secure the victory. Riley Bartoo broke a scoreless tie five minutes into the second half when she scored off a pass from Lauren Ehinger. Bartoo netted her second goal of the contest in the 69th minute, scoring off an assist from Kate Brunell to give HF-L a 2-0 lead. The Cougars closed the scoring in the 73rd minute when Morgan Machiele found the back of the net off a pass from Hannah Ehinger. With the win HF-L improves to 8-0-0. Gates Chili drops to 0-9-0.

Naples 3, Penn Yan 0

The Naples girls soccer team defeated Penn Yan in a 3-0 shutout on Friday, moving the Big Green to 6-1 on the year. Abby Price scored off an assist from Mika Hobart four minutes into the game to give Naples an early lead. Taylor Chapman scored six minutes later off a pass from Chloe Louthan-Green, then set up Eadan Halloran for the Big Green's final goal 27 minutes into the second half. Lissa Brautigam tallied six saves to earn the win between the pipes. Danielle Chidsey made three saves for Penn Yan (2-6-1).


Naples 5, Bloomfield 0

The Naples girls tennis team earned a win over Bloomfield on Friday, led by Hannah DelGatto who scored a 6-0, 6-0 win at second singles. Jessie Gorcica (6-4, 5-7, 6-0) also earned a point in singles play for the Big Green while the teams of Chloe Hamman/Karli Stekl (6-2, 6-0) and Sam Bell/Claire Cooney (6-3, 6-1) each picked up a point in doubles. Naples won third singles by forfeit.

Victor 5, Mercy 2

The Victor girls tennis team defeated Our Lady of Mercy on Friday on the Blue Devils' Senior Day. Senior Micayla Menchel paired up with Brenna Marine for a 6-2, 6-7(6), 11-9 win at first doubles to lead Victor. The Blue Devils swept the singles competition as Ajla Karabegovic (6-0, 6-0), Emily Stanley (6-3, 6-2), Sarah Marro (6-0 6-0) and Mia Haller (6-1, 6-0) were all straight set winners. Victor (12-2) will close the season on Wednesday against defending Class AA champion Webster Schroeder.

Webster Schroeder 6, Canandaigua 1

Webster Schroeder topped Canandaigua 6-1 in girls tennis on Friday, giving the Warriors the 2013 Monroe County Division I title. Xilin Zhou (6-2, 7-5), Megan Gamble (6-1, 6-0), Jamie Lai (6-3, 6-2) and Catherine Gamble (6-1, 6-2) each earned a point in singles play for Schroeder. On the doubles side the teams of Nicole Rossiter/Erin Graham (5-7, 6-1, 6-4) and Brianna Adams/Grace Annese (7-5, 6-1) were also victorious. Canandaigua (7-4, 4-1) picked up its lone point at first doubles where Chloe Karnisky/Libby Roberts earned a 6-1, 6-2 win.

Mynderse 5, Newark 0

The Mynderse girls tennis team topped Newark on Friday, moving the Blue Devils to 9-0 overall and 8-0 in league play. Laura Jacuzzo (6-1, 6-0), Emily Sullivan (6-0, 6-0) and Audrey Gribnau (6-3, 6-0) each brought home a point in singles play for Mynderse, while their teammates Sam Felice/Aubrea Partee (6-1, 6-0) and Neetu Chandak/Grace Doebler (6-0, 6-0) swept doubles play. Newark drops to 1-9.


Victor 3, East 0

The Victor girls volleyball team picked up a non-league win over East High on Friday, handing the Orientals their first loss of the season in a 25-10, 25-4, 25-16 sweep. Mackenzie Dowdle led the Blue Devils with seven kills. Emily Stekl added four kills while Mary Kate Ramker had 12 digs and 10 kills. With the win Victor improves to 9-2. East drops to 7-1.

Penn Yan 3, Dundee 0

The Penn Yan girls volleyball team earned a sweep of Dundee on Friday, taking the match 25-23, 25-17, 25-18. Brie Yonge made nine assists and two kills to pace Penn Yan (7-5, 2-4). Tyler Hall had five aces and three kills, Ashley Walker recorded four aces and three kills, Kelly Bray had nine assists, Liz Wunder made eight kills and Jessie Hines and Kate Schiek each contributed two kills and two aces. Erika Sutherland posted six kills, five digs and two aces to lead Dundee (1-9). Sam Clark added four kills and four digs with Amber Sprague providing four digs.

Lyons 3, Marion 0

The Lions improved to 8-2 with a sweep of Marion on Friday. Abbie Shields piled up six aces and four kills to lead Lyons. Javana Salone added five aces and three kills while Taylor DiSanto made 11 assists. Toby Young led Marion (0-9) with three kills. Lyons took the match 25-7, 26-24, 25-9.

Gananda 3, Sodus 0

The Gananda girls volleyball team remained undefeated with a 25-12, 25-13, 25-17 win against Sodus. Jenni Stearns pounded out nine kills to lead the Blue Panthers. Peyton Wyjad made 12 assists while Allie Stark chipped in eight assist. With the win Ganana improves to 10-0, 6-0 in league play. Sodus drops to 1-7.

Pittsford Sutherland 3, Hilton 0

The Pittsford Sutherland girls volleyball team ran its season record to 15-0 with a 25-14, 25-17, 25-14 victory against Hilton. Andrea Allen compiled 28 assists, six aces and four digs to lead the Knights. Sarah Blowers made nine digs, five kills and one ace, Taylor Kells had nine kills, three digs and two aces, Santita Ebangwese recorded eight kills and four blocks, Bridget Stahlecker made three aces and two digs, Lauren Blowers tallied six kills and three blocks, Jessica Marini posted four digs and three aces and Aliah Bowllan added 10 digs.

Webster Thomas 3, Pittsford Mendon 1

Carson Klasner dished out 27 assists to lead Webster Thomas to a win versus Pittsford Mendon in girls volleyball. Selene Klasner added five blocks and Laura Lu made four aces to help the Titans to the 25-21, 20-25, 25-16, 25-17 victory. With the win Webster Thomas improves to 5-6. Pittsford Mendon drops to 4-6.

Bloomfield 3, C.G. Finney 0

The Bloomfield girls volleyball team earned a sweep of C.G. Finney on Friday, taking the match 26-24, 25-21, 25-8. Peyton Robinson collected 22 assists and seven aces to lead Bloomfield (8-1, 4-1). Audrey Beechler tacked on nine kills and four digs. Jessica Prince had seven digs and three kills for Finney.


Irondequoit 2, Victor 0

The Irondequoit boys soccer team traveled to Victor to face the Blue Devils on Friday and went home with a 2-0 win. Jack De Yaeger gave the Eagles a 1-0 lead two minutes into the game when he scored off an assist from Justin Cribbing. Irondequoit picked up the insurance goal in the 42nd minute when Nate Charles beat the keeper off a pass from Francesco Martella. With the win Irondequoit moves to 4-5-0, 1-3-0 in league play. Victor drops to 1-4-2, 1-2-1.


Waterloo 238, Penn Yan 241

The Waterloo golf team edged out Penn Yan on Friday to improve to 7-3, 5-3 in league play. Playing at Lakeside Country Club, Waterloo's Steve Fredenhall took medalist honors with a six-over par 42.

Pal-Mac 232, Newark 241

The Pal-Mac golf team earned its second win of the season on Friday, edging out Newark 232-241 at Crooked Pines Golf Course. Tyler Hurlbutt finished with a 43 to lead the Red Raiders and claim medalist honors. Morgan Jeffery added a 44. Cam Casselman carded a 45 to lead Newark, followed by Ryan Tellier with a 47.