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  • HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Marcus Whitman girls tennis upsets Wellsville in Class CC quarterfinals

  • Get a recap of Tuesday's high school sports action as the sixth-seeded Marcus Whitman girls tennis team defeats No. 3 Wellsville 3-2 to advance to the Class CC semifinals.
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  • GIRLS TENNIS
    Class CC quarterfinals
    No. 6 Marcus Whitman 3, No. 3 Wellsville 2
    The Marcus Whitman girls tennis team defeated Wellsville 3-2 on Tuesday in the Class CC quarterfinals. In a rematch of the 2012 Class CC semifinals, Heidi Rice (6-3, 6-3) and Kiri Smith (6-4, 7-5) each brought home a point in singles play for the Wildcats, with the match clinching point coming at second doubles from the team of Theresa Cruagh and Synde Evans (6-4, 6-1). Danielle Gilfert earned a 6-4, 6-4 win at third singles for Wellsville while the team of Sydney Sisson/Ashley Dressig (6-4, 6-3) was also a straight set winner.
    Class AA quarterfinals
    No. 2 Victor 7, No. 7 Hilton 0
    The Victor girls tennis team defeated Hilton 7-0 on Tuesday in the quarterfinals of the Class AA sectional tournament. Ajla Karabegovic (6-0, 6-2), Emily Stanley (6-0, 6-1), Sarah Marro (6-0, 6-0) and Mia Haller (6-0, 6-1) all earned a point in singles play for the Blue Devils. On the doubles side the teams of Micayla Menchel/Brenna Marine (6-1, 6-0), Morgan Geniviva/Haily Filer (6-0, 6-3) and Sarah Newton/Ellen Newton (6-0, 6-1) were all straight set winners. Victor will face No. 3 Webster tomorrow in the semifinals.
    Class A quarterfinals
    No. 3 Canandaigua 7, No. 6 Greece Athena 0
    Amy Smith (3-6, 6-1, 6-4), Alyssa DeMott (6-2, 6-2), Monica Morgan (6-2, 6-2) and Amy Jennings (6-2, 6-3) each earned a straight set win in singles play to help Canandaigua defeat Greece Athena in the Class A quarterfinals. The Braves also swept the doubles competition as the teams of Chloe Karnisky/Libby Roberts (8-5), Margaret Osborne/Gabby Murphey (6-3, 6-2) and Julia Gardner/Elisa Sloth (6-0, 6-2) were all victorious.
    Class B quarterfinals
    No. 4 Penn Yan 4, No. 5 Greece Odyssey 1
    The Penn Yan girls tennis team advanced to the Class B semifinals with a victory over Greece Odyssey on Tuesday. Heather Lee (6-0, 6-0) and Colleen Cincotta (6-1, 6-1) were straight set winners in singles for the Mustangs while the teams of Hannah Christensen/Ashley Owens (6-2, 6-4) and Brittani Miller/Emily Smith (6-1, 7-5) were victorious in doubles play. Sarah Le earned a 3-6, 6-4, 6-0 win at second singles for Greece Odyssey.
    GIRLS SWIMMING AND DIVING
    Churchville-Chili 119, Batavia 57
    Marlane Hochgraf touched first in the 50 freestyle and 100 freestyle to lead Churchville-Chili to a victory over Batavia. Rebecca Healy (200 freestyle), Mercedes McKinney (200 IM), Kate Nau (diving), Allison Crist (100 butterfly), Sophie Guglin (500 freestyle) and Sierra Schertlyer (100 backstroke) were single event winners while the team also won all three relay events. Emily DiBacco touched first in the 100 breaststroke for Batavia (0-6). Churchville-Chili improves to 2-5.
    Page 2 of 9 - Pal-Mac 101, Midlakes 80
    The Pal-Mac girls swimming and diving team defeated Midlakes on Tuesday, moving the Red Raiders to 8-1, 4-0 and dropping the Screaming Eagles to 3-1, 3-1. Ellie Jones placed first in the 100 butterfly and 200 IM to pace Pal-Mac. Freshman Julia Lioudis touched first in the 100 breaststroke for her first varsity win while Dana Wilsey (200 freestyle), Tessa Viscosi (100 backstroke) and Kaitlin Rosato (diving) were also single event winners. Emma Loree-Findeis (500 freestyle), Aubranna Landtrip (100 freestyle) and Grace Gallentine (50 freestyle) were single winners for Midlakes.
    Marcus Whitman 94, Newark 90
    The Marcus Whitman girls swimming and diving team captured its first win of the season with a four-point victory over Newark. Amelia Stash finished first in the 50 freestyle and 100 freestyle to power the Wildcats. Erin Ormsby (100 butterfly), Courtney Copper (100 breaststroke) and Miranda Dunton (500 freestyle) were single event winners while the team took first in the 200 medley relay and the 200 freestyle relay. Megan Kreuser placed first in the 100 backstroke and 200 freestyle for Newark, while teammate Alexandra House won the diving competition with a score of 230.05.
    Greece 93, Irondequoit 88
    The Greece swimming and diving team edged out Irondequoit 93-88 on Tuesday to improve to 5-3 on the season. Abby Humphreys (100 freestyle, 200 freestyle) and Angela Bozza (100 butterfly, 100 breaststroke) were double event winners for Greece, with Bozza setting a season best time of 1:03.55 in the butterfly. Delaney LaBue won the 200 IM with a season best time of 2:23.64 while Kara Rosenthal (50 freestyle) and Ashley VanDermeer (500 freestyle) were also single winners.
    Geneva 101, Gananda 82
    The Geneva girls swimming and diving team topped Gananda 101-82 on Tuesday, led by double event winner Hallie Marquart who placed first in the 50 freestyle and 100 freestyle. Shelby Detro (diving), Katie Spychalski (100 butterfly), Emily Taegder-Vrooman (100 backstroke) and Hannah Jacon (200 freestyle) were single winners while the team also took first in the 200 freestyle relay and the 400 freestyle relay. Alexandra Cunningham won the 100 breaststroke and 200 IM for Gananda. Lauren Johnson touched first in the 500 freestyle, winning by 0.06 seconds.
    Brighton 99, HF-L 87
    The Brighton girls swimming and diving team improved to 5-2 in dual meet competition with a 99-87 triumph over Honeoye Falls-Lima. Nancy Nasky placed first in the 200 freestyle and 500 freestyle to lead the Barons. Jessica Burggraf (diving) and Katherine Kasha (100 freestyle) were single winners for Brighton while the team also won the 400 freestyle relay. Madison Sullivan (50 freestyle, 100 backstroke) and Grace Baumer (100 breaststroke, 200 IM) were double winners for HF-L (3-3). Amy Li won the 100 butterfly.
    Brockport 90, Gates Chili 75
    The Blue Devils earned a 90-75 win over Gates Chili on Tuesday, taking first place in eight of 12 events. Kendra Lacourt (200 freestyle), Emily Zink (200 IM), Megan Stevens (diving), Catherine Schultheis (100 butterfly), Sarah Banzer (500 freestyle), Megan Hendershot (100 backstroke) and Carly Kane (100 breaststroke) each brought home a first place finish for Brockport, while the team also took first in the 200 medley relay. Kimberly Shust (50 freestyle) and Olivia Munyon (100 freestyle) were single winners for Gates Chili (0-7). Brockport improves to 2-6.
    Page 3 of 9 - Hilton 108, Spencerport 73
    Dana DeHollander and Hannah Fedeli tied for first place in the 50 freestyle with a time of 27.58 seconds to lead Hilton to a win over Spencerport. Erica Hughes won the 100 freestyle and 200 freestyle while Bailey Klafehn (200 IM), Mara Bengry (diving) and Michaela Cramer (100 breaststroke) were all single event winners. The Cadets also took first in the 200 medley relay. Nicole Almeter (100 backstroke), Anna D'Angelo (500 freestyle) and Meghan Tyler (100 butterfly) were single event winners for Spencerport (1-7). Hilton improves to 5-1.
    GOLF
    Pal-Mac 265, Newark 266
    The Pal-Mac golf team defeated Newark on Tuesday, taking the match by one stroke. Playing at Newark Country Club, Pal-Mac's Morgan Jeffrey took medalist honors with a 48. Ryan Tellier carded a 50 to lead Newark.
    GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
    Lyons 3, Sodus 0
    The Lyons girls volleyball team ran its season record to 12-2 with a sweep of Sodus on Tuesday. Abbie Shields collected nine kills and two aces to power the Lions. Hannah Lester made seven kills, Javana Salone had five aces and Taylor DiSanto added 18 assists. Mia Faso Mirando made four aces for Sodus. Joelle Bolleman added two kills.
    Midlakes 3, Wayne 0
    The Midlakes girls volleyball team improved to 13-1 on the season with a 25-20, 25-14, 25-8 sweep of visiting Wayne. CeCe Cordero tallied 15 kills and eight digs to lead Midlakes. Anna Coryell added 20 assists and five aces and Emily Knipper tacked on 10 digs, while Marissa McFadden and Allie Chrisman combined to make seven kills and six blocks. Averie Riel recorded 10 assists and two aces to pace Wayne (6-5). Kristen Huffman added three kills.
    Williamson 3, Marion 1
    MaKanna McKeon tallied 12 kills and three blocks to lead Williamson to a 24-26, 25-11, 25-17, 25-14 win against Marion. Kaitlyn Ashlaw added 25 assists to help the Marauders improve to 9-4 overall, 8-4 in league play. Martha Rinella made 25 assists for Marion (0-14, 0-11). Ashley Hayes added five kills.
    Penn Yan 3, Pal-Mac 1
    The Penn Yan girls volleyball team improved to 8-7, 3-6 with a victory against Pal-Mac. Liz Wunder made led the Mustangs with 12 kills, seven blocks and five aces. Tyler Hall made eight kills and five aces, Kate Schiek had eight digs and three aces, Jessie Hines racked up four aces, three kills, three digs and two blocks and Kelly Bray collected 19 assists. Maddy Luke made 37 digs and four aces to pace Pal-Mac (6-8, 5-5). Suzanne Welch added 17 assists and six kills.
    Honeoye 3, Dundee 0
    Honeoye ran its record to 7-1 in league play with a 25-21, 25-3, 25-3 win against Dundee on Tuesday. Julia Barnard and Abbey Allison ended the first set with consecutive kills to help the Bulldogs gain momentum for the remainder of the match, with Lydia Barnard and Hailey Cornish commanding the final two sets from behind the service line.
    Page 4 of 9 - BOYS SOCCER
    Marcus Whitman 3, Geneva 0
    The Marcus Whitman boys soccer team earned a win over Geneva on Tuesday, moving the Wildcats to 9-3 overall and 6-3 in league play. Nathaniel Lindley scored off a pass from Andrea Forestieri in the 17th minute to give Marcus Whitman a 1-0 lead. Lindley provided the assist on the Wildcats final two goals, one to Austin Conaway in the 24th minute and the other to Mason Colf in the 61st minute. Brennon Blodgett tallied five saves to earn the shutout in net. Gabe Brasset and Melvin Madera combined to make 11 saves for Geneva (1-11, 1-8).
    Mynderse 2, Naples 0
    The Blue Devils played host to Naples on Tuesday and defeated the Big Green to improve to 12-1-1 on the season. Stuart Ganzon scored off an assist from Ryan Major with 1:12 left in the first half to give Mynderse a 1-0 lead. The Blue Devils got their insurance goal just over three minutes into the second half on an unassisted goal by Brett Anderson. Mike Barbay recorded one save to earn the shutout between the pipes. Gawain Robinson had four saves for Naples (8-2-2).
    Bloomfield 8, Waterloo 1
    The Bloomfield boys soccer team defeated Waterloo 8-1 on Tuesday, moving the Bombers to 7-6-0, 6-4-0. David Phillips, Jakob Elder, Ben Carlson, Jimmy Hart, Jake Wright, Eric Posick, Connor Bailey and Wyatt Conklin each netted one goal for Bloomfield, with Posick adding two assists. Nathanael Brown scored the lone goal for Waterloo (1-12, 1-9).
    H-AC 2, Newark 0
    The H-AC boys soccer team played host to Newark on Tuesday and defeated the visiting Reds 2-0 to move to 6-2-1 in Finger Lakes League play. Jamarr Paisley broke the scoreless tie just over two minutes into the second half, scoring off a pass from Gabe Sanchez. The Wolves got their insurance goal in the 53rd minute from Ben Frenett, unassisted. Eric Tolhurst recorded nine saves to earn the shutout in net. Dan Staples made eight saves for Newark.
    Honeoye 3, Penn Yan 2
    The Bulldogs outlasted Penn Yan 3-2 on Tuesday to improve to 10-2, 7-2 in league play. Justin Kraft game Honeoye an early lead with an unassisted goal five minutes into the game. Penn Yan (7-6-0, 5-4-0) tied the score in the 33rd minute with an unassisted goal from Geoffrey Rouin. Honeoye regained the lead four minutes later when Tanner Gladding scored off a pass from Kraft, with the duo hooking up again in the 43rd minute to make it 3-1. The Mustangs cut the deficit to one goal in the 51st minute when Rouin scored off a pass from Tate Stewart, but were unable to get the equalizer.
    Page 5 of 9 - Pal-Mac 1, South Seneca/Romulus 0
    The Pal-Mac boys soccer team played host to South Seneca/Romulus on Tuesday and came away with 1-0 shutout win. Ricky Hughston netted the lone goal of the match in the 30th minute. With the win Pal-Mac improves to 8-3-2, 6-1-2 in league play. South Seneca/Romulus drops to 2-8-2, 0-8-2.
    Williamson 6, Gananda 1
    No stats reported. Williamson improves to 9-4-0, 6-4-0. Gananda falls to 1-9-2, 1-6-2.
    Marion 1, Red Creek 0
    Marion improved to 9-1-1, 8-0-1 in Wayne County League play, with a shutout win over host Red Creek. Hunter DeLyser scored the lone goal of the match in the second half to lift the Black Knights. Red Creek falls to 6-5-2, 4-4-2.
    Sodus 2, East Rochester 1
    No stats reported. Sodus improves to 2-9-1, 1-7-1 with road victory. East Rochester drops to 3-10-0, 3-7-0.
    Aquinas 1, Wayne 0
    The Aquinas boys soccer team earned a win against Wayne on Tuesday, scoring with 1:12 left in regulation to improve to 8-5-0 on the season. Noah Ogden netted the game-winner for the Lil' Irish, beating the keeper off a pass from Michael Hackleman.
    Bishop Kearney 6, Finney/Northstar Christian 0
    Jeramiah Johnson, Christian Kasinge and Justice Dayman each recorded two goals and one assist to lead the Bishop Kearney boys soccer team to a 6-0 shutout against Finney. Chris Buschaglia, Jerrell Llanos and Joseph Kasinge each added one assist to help the Kings improve to 8-3-2. Finney/Northstar drops to 4-8-0.
    BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
    East Rochester 4-0, Midlakes 4-1, Geneva 3-2, Penn Yan 2-3, Bloomfield 1-4, Sodus 0-4
    East Rochester's J. Hanss was the overall winner with a time of 17:34 in a race that featured 73 boys from six different schools. Midlakes' Mitchell Priebe placed second with a time of 17:48 and was followed by East Rochester's D. Bathgate (18:20) and Geneva's Robert Nicholas (18:47) and Cameron Williams (18:49) in the top-five. Denzel Bissel-Young placed 10th with a time of 19:18 to lead Sodus, Peter Tomlinson finished 16th with a time of 19:55 to lead Penn Yan and Tom Knoerl came in 20th with a time of 20:24 to lead Bloomfield.
    Wayne 4-0, Marcus Whitman 3-1, Red Creek 2-2, Mynderse 1-3, Clyde-Savannah 0-4
    James Light finished in a time of 17:36 to lead Wayne to a 4-0 sweep on Tuesday. Mynderse Tyler Pratt took second with a time of 18:06 and Marcus Whitman's Jacob Champlin finished third with a time of 18:17, followed by a pair of Wayne runners in fourth and fifth - Mike Houlihan (18:36) and Dan Cole (18:49). Nelson Hand crossed with a time of 19:10 to pace Red Creek while Collin Carr came in 14th with a time of 19:42 to lead Clyde-Savannah.
    Page 6 of 9 - Newark 3-0, Marion 2-1, H-AC 1-2, Red Jacket 0-3
    The Newark boys cross country team took five of the top eight spots to earn a 3-0 win over Marion, H-AC and Red Jacket. H-AC's Aamir Zain finished first with a time of 18:04 and was followed by teammate Russell Hegedorn (18:12) and Newark's Bryan VanHall (18:33), Jarrod Roelands (19:07) and Ben Cowles (19:08). Marion's Brett McManus placed seventh with a time of 19:15 while Andrew Doody came in 11th with a time of 19:57 to lead Red Jacket.
    Waterloo 4-0, Pal-Mac 3-1, Williamson 2-2, Honeoye 1-3, Lyons 0-4
    Waterloo's Joe Northrup was the overall race winner with a time of 17:24 in a five team race held at Bullis Park. Pal-Mac's Corey Hurley (17:43) and Ed Ely (17:47) took the next two spots while Williamson's Max Curran (17:59) and Mark Saile (18:00) rounded out the top-five. Josh Thorp came in eighth with a time of 18:19 to pace Pal-Mac, Jake Vanderbrook finished 10th with a time of 18:22 to lead Honeoye and Tristan Dietschler crossed in 35th with a time of 21:15 to pace Lyons.
    GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
    Red Creek 4-0, Wayne 3-1, Mynderse 2-2, Marcus Whitman 1-3, Clyde-Savannah 0-4
    The Red Creek girls cross country team earned a 4-0 sweep on Tuesday, taking four of the top eight spots in the race. Marcus Whitman's Audrey Button took first with a time of 20:30, followed by Wayne's Melinda Vilarinho (21:10), Mynderse Erica Barbay (21:37), Red Creek's Raylene Wade (21:49) and Wayne's Caitlyn Lieber (22:08). Alivia Arliss finished in 16th with a time of 25:00 to lead Clyde-Savannah.
    Penn Yan 3-0, Midlakes 2-1, Geneva 1-2, Bloomfield 0-3
    Penn Yan's Evelynn Pinneo (22:11) and Mia Covell (22:16) took the top two spots to lead the Mustangs to a sweep of Midlakes, Geneva and Bloomfield on Tuesday. Midlakes' Mariah Sergent crossed third with a time of 22:25, Geneva's Mallorey Fitzgerlad came in fourth with a time of 22:32 and Bloomfield's Alex Williams finished fifth with a time of 23:12.
    H-AC 4-0, Newark 3-1, Red Jacket 2-2, Marion 1-3, North Rose-Wolcott 0-4
    Red Jacket's Shealyn Doody was the overall race winner with a time of 21:11 in an event held at Marion High School. H-AC's Eileen Reinhardt (23:15), Newark's Amanda Fagner (23:17), H-AC's Helen Stern (23:29) and Newark's Jessica Sheilds (23:31) rounded out the top-five. Mikayla Jensen finished seventh with a time of 24:01 to pace Marion while Desirie Carson crossed in 10th with a time of 24:26 to lead North Rose-Wolcott.
    Pal-Mac 4-0, Waterloo 3-1, Honeoye 2-2, Williamson 1-3, Lyons 0-4
    Pal-Mac's Kristen Jones finished first with a time of 20:55 to lead the Red Raiders to a sweep of Waterloo, Honeoye, Williamson and Lyons. Waterloo's Alyssia Soto took second with a time of 21:15 and was followed by Pal-Mac's Jordan Hurlbut (21:48), Pal-Mac's Emma May (22:05) and Waterloo's Karina Soto (22:08) in the top five. Tracy Stutzman finished sixth with a time of 22:27 to lead Honeoye, Mikala Steinmann came in eighth with a time of 23:05 to pace Williamson and Liz Olgin came in 31st with a time of 26:24 pace Lyons.
    Page 7 of 9 - GIRLS SOCCER
    Finney 2, Bishop Kearney 1
    The Finney girls soccer team defeated Bishop Kearney on Tuesday to improve to 11-1-1 on the season. Bishop Kearney jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the 14th minute when Maura Sutherland scored off an assist from Arianne Smith. Finney tied the scored 22 minutes into the second half when Rachel Curtis beat the keeper off a pass from Jenna Snyder. Curtis also provided the game-winner for the Falcons, scoring six minutes later off an assist from Zoie McCarthy. McCarthy made five saves in goal in the first half for Finney, with teammate Shelby Grove coming on to make nine saves over the final 40 minutes to close out the win. Meghan Hake recorded 11 saves for Bishop Kearney (9-2-2).
    Victor 1, Rush-Henrietta 0
    The Victor girls soccer team improved to 4-7-1 with a 1-0 win against Rush-Henrietta. Alex Lambert scored two minutes into the second half off a pass from Emma Orlando for the lone tally of the match. Angela Ratka recorded 12 saves to earn the shutout in goal. Rush-Henrietta falls to 4-6-2.
    HF-L 4, Canandaigua 1
    Morgan Machiele netted a pair of goals to lead Honeoye Falls-Lima to a triumph over Canandaigua. Marykate Eckert had one goal and one assist, Elise Olivo scored one goal and Riley Bartoo and Jessie Sullivan each provided one assist. Claire VanNewkirk made four saves to earn the win in net. Olivia Griffin scored the lone goal of the match for Canandaigua (5-9-0). Deanna Castle made six saves in goal. HF-L is now 12-0-0 on the season and has outscored its opponents 30-4.
    Brockport 2, Hilton 2 OT
    The Brockport girls soccer team played host to Hilton on Tuesday, with the game ending in a 2-2 draw. Katie Johnson game Brockport a 1-0 advantage 15 minutes into the first half when she scored off an assist from Isabella Ekeze. Hilton tied the score nine minutes later on an unassisted goal by Alicia Mrzywka, but Hilton regained the lead four minutes before halftime on a goal from Taylor Sweeney, assisted by Ekeze. Hilton tied the score for the second time in the 62nd minute when Allison Wood found Mrzywka for her second goal of the match, with neither team able to break through for a third time through the two overtimes. Allison Danielak recorded five saves in goal for Brockport (6-3-3). Vanessa L'Abbate made seven saves for Hilton (7-2-4).
    Greece Olympia 2, Greece Arcadia 0
    The Greece Olympia girls soccer team defeated crosstown rival Greece Arcadia on Tuesday, giving the Spartans their fifth straight win and eighth in nine games. Vanessa Mercado scored five minutes into the game off an assist from Elena Santo to give Greece Olympia (10-3-0) an early lead. The Spartans extended their lead in the 29th minute when Kayla Sobb beat the keeper off a pass from Melissa Carroll. Rachel Brightman made three saves to earn the shutout between the pipes. Greece Arcadia drops to 3-7-2.
    Page 8 of 9 - Livonia 4, Greece Odyssey 0
    The Livonia girls soccer team topped Greece Odyssey on Tuesday to improve to 11-1-2 on the season. Ali Minnehan scored two goals to pace Livonia. Taylor Mallaber and Tessa Artruc each had one goal, Melissa Mineti provided two assists and Taylor VanThof had one assist. Emily Argentieri tallied two saves to earn the shutout in goal. Vanessa Dornelus and Karissa Birthwright combined to make nine saves for Greece Odyssey.
    Aquinas 1, Mercy 1 OT
    Our Lady of Mercy played host to Aquinas on Tuesday, with the game ending in a scoreless draw. Alana Piano found the back of the net off an assist from Lauren Begy in the 48th minute for Aquinas' lone goal. Kristen Vito made 10 saves in goal for the Lil' Irish. No stats were reported for Mercy (8-4-2). Aquinas moves to 6-5-2.
    Webster Thomas 3, Fairport 0
    Nicole Gerritz scored a pair of goals to lead Webster Thomas to a 3-0 shutout over Fairport. Sarah Frame registered the third goal for the Titans, finding the back of the net off a pass from Madison Mason. Kamryn Peffley made two saves to earn the win in goal. Dajiah Carpenter tallied 11 saves for Fairport (4-7-1). Webster Thomas improves to 9-1-3.
    Webster Schroeder 3, Penfield 2 OT
    The Webster Schroeder girls soccer team earned an overtime win over Penfield on Tuesday to improve to 9-1-3 on the season. Samantha Ciulla scored unassisted four minutes into the match to give the Warriors an early lead. The teams played even until just past halftime when Penfield's Mary Doyle scored a pair of goals in the first minute of play to put the Patriots ahead 2-1, the first coming off a pass from Erin Licherdell and the second off a pass from Jamie Forken. Webster Schroeder tied the scored three minutes later when Kendall Cirella beat the keeper off a pass from Samantha Ciulla and the teams played even until eight minutes into the first overtime when Francesca Lee scored off a pass from Brandi O'Brien to lift the Warriors to the win. Megan Herbst made seven saves in goal for Webster Schroeder. Penfield drops to 7-5-0.
    Pittsford Sutherland 1, Irondequoit 0
    Pittsford Sutherland captured its third win of the season on Tuesday with a 1-0 decision over visiting Irondequoit. Giuliana Vasile scored the lone goal of the match with three minutes left in regulation to lift the Knights to the win, with the assist coming from Harley DeNoto. Alyssa Rollins made six saves to earn the shutout between the pipes. Irondequoit falls to 3-9-1.
    Pittsford Mendon 4, Brighton 2
    Pittsford Mendon improved to 10-3-0 on the season with a 4-2 win over Brighton. Maddie Ferris gave the Vikings a 1-0 lead in the 31st minute when she scored off a pass from Laura Herman. Brighton tied the game three minutes before halftime on a goal from Charlotte Williams, assisted by Hannah Wadsworth, but Mendon regained the lead three minutes after the break when Hayley Higgins scored off an assist from Maddie Ferris. The Vikings extended their lead to two goals in the 58th minute when Caitrin Rennoldson beat the keeper off a pass from Abby Leon, but Brighton cut the deficit back to one in the 66th minute when Hannah Wadsworth scores off a set-up from Lena Lucas. Maddie Ferris scored her second goal of the match in the 69th minute off a pass from Laura Herman for the 4-2 final. Barb Bruce and Eimile Rennoldson combined to make seven saves in goal for Pittsford Mendon. Mary Flanagan made eight saves for Brighton (8-5-0).
    Page 9 of 9 - Batavia 3, Eastridge 2
    The Batavia girls soccer team bested Eastridge on Tuesday, scoring the final three goals of the match to get the comeback win. Zada Hustis scored four minutes into the game to give Eastridge an early lead, a lead which the Blue Devils would extend to 2-0 in the 17th minute when Shelby Guinness found the back of the net off a pass from Hustis. Batavia (4-7-2) began its comeback in the 30th minute when Maggie Cecere scored off a pass from Kristy Gallo. The Blue Devils tied the game six minutes into the second half on a goal from Abbey Hume, assisted by Chelsea Hicks, then took the lead two minutes later when Erika Weis scored off a pass from Hume. Samantha Cecere recorded four saves to earn the win in goal. Jessica Campbell made nine saves for Eastridge (2-9-1).
    Churchville-Chili 2, Greece Athena 1
    The Churchville-Chili girls soccer team picked up its third win in four games with a 2-1 decision over Greece Athena. Taylor Fletcher scored in the 71st minute off a pass from Cortney Baird, then provided the assist for the Saints' second goal when Ally Breon scored with two minutes left in the game. Emily Hawryschuk made 10 saves in goal for Churchville-Chili (6-6-0). No stats were reported for Greece Athena (6-6-1).
    Spencerport 2, Gates Chili 1
    Katie Chamberlain scored one goal and dished out one assist to lead Spencerport to a victory over Gates Chili. Caitlin Broderick added a goal for the Rangers while teammate Morgan Schreiner made three saves in net. With the win Spencerport evens its record at 5-5-2. No stats were reported for Gates Chili (0-13-0).
    BOYS VOLLEYBALL
    Canandaigua 3, Brighton 2
    The Canandaigua boys volleyball team outlasted Brighton on Tuesday, taking the match 25-23, 23-25, 25-23, 17-25, 26-24. Cameron Webb amassed 50 assists to lead the Braves. Graham Love made 13 kills, followed closely by Taylor Northrup with 12 kills. Ken Francis pounded out 28 kills for Brighton. Stefan Mickol added 61 assists. Canandaigua improves to 3-9, 2-5.

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