Get a recap of Wednesday's high school sports action as Wayne's Josh Greenly fires a five-over par 76 at Clifton Springs Country Club to win his second consecutive Finger Lakes golf championship.


Finger Lakes League Championships

For the second consecutive season Wayne's Josh Greenly carded a 76 to take medalist honors at the Finger Lakes Golf League Championships.

Playing at Clifton Springs Country Club, Greenly - the Finger Lakes Co-Player of the Year and a first-team Finger Lakes East All-Star - posted a five-over par 76 to win his second consecutive individual title. Naples' Andrew Fleischman finished one stroke off the pace with a 77 and was followed by Midlakes' Matt Lapaglia with an 80. All three qualify for the 2014 Section 5 individual tournament to be held next spring.

The low eight scorers from Wednesday's match automatically qualify for individual sectionals and rounding out the Finger Lakes representatives are Midlakes' Jake Blondell and Nick Waite, Mynderse Brian Johnson, H-AC's WIll Hampson and Geneva's Mark Pitifer.

The shot of the day came from Geneva's Pat Connor who recorded a rare double eagle, also known as an albatross, on the 505 yard par-5 eighth hole. Sitting 200 yards out, Connor holed his second shot from the fairway for a score harder to achieve than a hole-in-one.

During the regular season Geneva captured the Finger Lakes East Division and qualified for team sectionals for the ninth consecutive year. Midlakes won the Finger Lakes West Division and will join Geneva and Wayne in team sectionals. Wayne defeated Honeoye in a playoff match on Tuesday for the final spot.

Midlakes' Nick Waite was named 2013 Finger Lakes West Player of the Year, with Greenly and Mark Pitifer sharing the Finger Lakes East Player of the Year award.

Geneva coach Bill McDermott was honored as Finger Lakes East Coach of the Year while Midlakes' Jeff Beall was named Finger Lakes West Coach of the Year.


Gananda 3, Honeoye 1

The Gananda girls volleyball team outlasted Honeoye on Wednesday, taking the match 26-24, 25-17, 17-25, 25-17. Jenni Stearns racked up 16 digs, 14 kills and two blocks to lead the Blue Panthers. Peyton Wyjad tallied 25 assists and 12 digs, Michelle Suchan made 17 digs and Jessie Carder had 14 kills. Julia Barnard piled up 23 digs and 12 kills to pace Honeoye (7-6). Hailey Cornish collected 29 assists and Casey Campbell had 12 kills. Gananda improves to 13-1.

Pittsford Sutherland 3, Batavia 0

Pittsford Sutherland defeated Batavia 25-13, 25-14, 25-11 on Wednesday to improve to 21-2 on the season. Both teams entered the game undefeated at 6-0 in league play. Luisa Schirmer recorded 17 digs, 16 kills and three aces to lead Sutherland, including her 2,000th career kill in the first game of the match. Andrea Allen notched 33 assists, two kills and two aces, Taylor Kells had seven kills and one ace, Santita Ebangwese made five kills and one block, Lauren McManus tallied four aces and three kills, Bridget Stahlecker contributed two aces, two digs and one block and Aliah Bowllan provided 15 digs. Batavia drops to 8-7 overall.

Webster Thomas 3, Brockport 1

The Titans earned a 27-25, 25-13, 13-25, 25-22 win over Brockport on Wednesday to improve to 8-9 on the season. Sarah Dobie led Webster Thomas with 19 digs. Gabby Scott had 16 digs and seven kills while Maria Boris registered three aces and three blocks.

Irondequoit 3, HF-L 0

No stats reported. Irondequoit wins 25-15, 25-14, 25-19.

Brighton 3, Greece Olympia 0

No stats reported. Brighton takes match 25-11, 25-12, 25-20.

Hilton 3, Churchville-Chili 0

No stats reported. Hilton wins 25-22, 20-25, 25-15, 25-17.


Class A semifinals

No. 2 Victor 5, No. 3 Webster Thomas 2

The Victor girls tennis team advanced to the Class A finals with a 5-2 triumph over Webster Thomas on Wednesday. Emily Stanley (3-6, 6-3, 6-2), Sarah Marro (6-0, 6-0) and Mia Haller (6-1, 6-2) were winners in singles play for the Blue Devils, while the teams of Morgan Geniviva/Haily Filer (6-2, 7-6 [2]) and Sarah Newton/Emily Newton (6-0, 6-1) also earned a point. Victor (12-3) will face the winner of No. 1 Webster Schroeder/No. 4 Penfield in the finals.

Class B quarterfinals

No. 2 Pal-Mac 5, No. 7 Waterloo 0

The Pal-Mac girls tennis team earned a sweep of Waterloo on Wednesday to advance to the semifinals of the Section 5 Class B team tournament. Megan Doyle (6-0, 6-0), Corin Deloge (6-0, 6-0) and Erin Graham (6-0, 6-0) were straight set winners in singles play for the Red Raiders while the doubles teams of Kendall Jones/Cara Graham (6-0, 6-0) and Sam Donatello/Victoria Reid (6-1, 6-0) were also victorious. Pal-Mac (10-3) will face the winner of No. 3 H-AC/No. 4 Penn Yan on Thursday at 4:15 p.m.

Class CC quarterfinals

No. 1 Mynderse 5, No. 8 Sodus 0

The Mynderse girls tennis team began its quest for the Class CC title with a 5-0 sweep of Sodus on Wednesday. Laura Jacuzzo (6-4, 6-2), Emily Sullivan (6-0, 6-0) and Sam Felice (6-2, 6-0) were straight set winners in singles for Mynderse. On the doubles side the teams of Audrey Gribnau/Neetu Chandak (6-1, 6-0) and Aubrea Partee/Grace Doebler (6-0, 6-0) were also victorious. Mynderse (13-0) will host No. 4 Addison on Thursday at 4 p.m. Sodus finished the season at 2-10.

Class C quarterfinals

No. 2 Naples 5, No. 7 Canisteo-Greenwood 0

Jessie Gorcica (6-0, 6-0), Hannah DelGatto (6-0, 6-0) and Bella Galgano (6-0, 6-3) were all winners in singles play as No. 2 Naples defeated No. 7 Canisteo-Greenwood on Wednesday afternoon. The Big Green also swept the doubles competition as the teams of Chloe Hamman/Karli Stekl (6-0, 6-4) and Sam Spofford/Avril King (6-0, 6-0) were also straight set winners. Naples will face the winner of Alfred-Almond/Lyons in the semifinals.


Pal-Mac 7, Waterloo 0

The Pal-Mac girls soccer team defeated Waterloo 7-0 on Wednesday, setting a pair of individual school records in the win. Sam Gagliano scored five goals to lead the Red Raiders, giving her 85 for her career and breaking the previous record of 83 held by Shannon Spusta. Emily Blazey recorded four assists on the evening, giving her 19 assists on the season and breaking the previous single season mark of 17 held by Mary Bruton and Taylor Wingerden. Julia Cosner added a pair of goals for Pal-Mac (9-3-2) while Kacie Matteson provided two assists. Jessica Locey made three saves to earn the shutout in net. Waterloo drops to 2-9-1. The Red Raiders have won seven consecutive games after starting the season 2-3-2.

Naples 4, Honeoye 0

The Naples girls soccer team earned a 4-0 shutout win over Honeoye on Wednesday, led by the school's all-time leader in goals Taylor Chapman. Chapman recorded two goals in the contest, the first 10 minutes into the second half and the record-setting goal in the 67th minute, giving her 62 for her career. Mika Hobart and Eadan Halloran each added a goal for Naples, with Abby Price providing two assists and Emma Lincoln one. Lissa Brautigam made one save to earn the shutout between the pipes. Aurora Straton made six saves for Honeoye (2-11-1), Naples improves to 10-1-1.

Red Jacket 4, Romulus 0

On the Indians' Senior Night, the Red Jacket girls soccer team defeated Romulus to improve to 9-3-1 overall, 6-0-1 in league play. Red Jacket's first three goals were all scored and assisted by a combination of seniors, with Trista Hawke putting the Indians on the board two minutes into the game off a crossing pass from Emily Hotchkiss. Hotchkiss netted the next two goals, the first off a pass from Jensen Porter and the second off a pass from Hawke. Freshman Talyn Richardson recorded the final goal of the match, scoring off an assist from Sam Lora. Brynne Guerrie made three saves to earn her sixth shutout of the season. Red Jacket senior defender Savannah Schaertl was named last week's Finger Lakes Player of the Week earlier in the day. Romulus drops to 5-6-1, 1-6-0.

South Seneca 3, H-AC 2

The South Seneca girls soccer team defeated H-AC on Wednesday in a see-saw battle. Erin Wilkins put South Seneca up 1-0 six minutes into the game when she scored off a pass from MacKenzie Kenyon. H-AC tied the game six minutes later when Ginny Munson found the back of the net off an assist from Elizabeth Volpe, then took a 2-1 lead in the 35th minute when Danielle Fuller scored off a pass from Camille Dixon. South Seneca rebounded to tie the score in the 67th minute on goal by Leslie Worden, assisted by Erin Wilkins, then retook the lead for good in the 76th minute when MacKenzie Kenyon scored off a pass from Erin Wilkins. Mikayla Jones notched six saves to earn the win in net. Abby O'Brien tallied nine saves for H-AC (2-7-2). South Seneca improves to 8-6-0.

Marion 3, Red Creek 1

Marion improved to 8-3-2 with a win over Red Creek. Kelly Cooper scored the lone goal of the match for Red Creek (1-14-1) in the 50th minute, unassisted. No stats were reported for Marion.

Gananda 4, North Rose-Wolcott 0

The Gananda girls soccer team ran its season record to 11-1-2 with a 4-0 win against North Rose-Wolcott on Wednesday. Jessica Donnan scored four minutes into the game off a pass from Taylor Cimino to give the Blue Panthers an early lead, a lead they would extend to 2-0 two minutes later on an unassisted goal from Katilynn White. Giulia Mahone added a goal five minutes before halftime off a pass from Jordan Cunningham, with Katilynn White netting her second goal of the contest four minutes into the second half to cap the scoring. Jessica Donnan and Sara MacDougall combined to make two saves in goal for Gananda. North Rose-Wolcott falls to 3-9-1.

Marcus Whitman 1, Dundee 0

The Marcus Whitman girls soccer team played host to Dundee on Wednesday and defeated the visiting Scotsmen 1-0. Courtney Royston scored unassisted in the 61st minute for the lone goal of the match. Danielle Brown made nine saves to earn the shutout in goal while her counterpart Brooke Howell made seven saves for Dundee. Marcus Whitman improves to 4-8-1.

Mynderse 2, Midlakes 1

The Mynderse girls soccer team defeated Midlakes 1-0 on Wednesday, giving the Blue Devils a 12-game unbeaten streak since dropping their first game of the season. Catherine Porter scored off a pass from Gilliam Lamb in the 20th minute to give Mynderse (8-1-4) a 1-0 lead. Midlakes tied the score in the 59th minute with an unassisted goal from Allison Clements, but Mynderse answered two minutes later with an unassisted goal from Kelly Reese to regain the lead for good. Lauren Gee made two saves to pick up the win in net. Kyle DeWilde had five saves for Midlakes (6-7-0).

Newark 1, Penn Yan 0

The Newark girls soccer team traveled to Penn Yan to face the Mustangs on Wednesday and went home with a 1-0 win. Nicole Collins scored one minute into the game off a pass from Kiki Otero for the lone tally of the contest. Monica Mason made five saves to earn the shutout in net. Kailee Christiansen recorded four saves for Penn Yan (2-10-1). Newark improves to 10-4-0.


Canandaigua 2, HF-L 1

The Canandaigua boys soccer team moved over .500 with a 2-1 victory against HF-L. Jonathon Brown scored unassisted in the 20th minute to give the Braves an early lead. Canandaigua then tallied a much needed insurance goal in the 59th minute from Trevor Poisson, assisted by Tim Bay. HF-L cut the deficit in half when Alex Ptucha found Ryan Gray for a goal in the 64th minute but the Cougars were unable to get the equalizer. Matt Boseck made seven saves to earn the win in goal for Canandaigua (7-6-1). HF-L drops to 4-8-2.

Greece Odyssey 9, Charlotte 0

The Greece Odyssey boys soccer team improved to 8-3-2 with a 9-0 shutout of Charlotte. Angelo Visca tallied two goals and one assist to pace the Leopards. Connor Cooper and Austin Visca each had one goal and two assists an Zach Buchholz chipped in one goal and one assist. Dan Wilbur also contributed one goal, the first of his varsity career.

Brighton 1, Pittsford Mendon 0

The Brighton boys soccer team moved above .500 with a 1-0 win against Pittsford Mendon on Wednesday. Addison McGinnis posted the lone goal of the match eight minutes into the game to lift the Barons to the victory. With the win Brighton improves to 6-5-2, 4-2-1. Pittsford Mendon drops to 6-3-4, 4-2-2.

Pittsford Sutherland 1, Irondequoit 0

Gray Henderson scored off a pass from Zach Nesser in the 31st minute to lift Pittsford Sutherland to a win over Irondequoit in boys soccer. With the win the Knights improve to 9-2-3, 6-1-1 in league competition. Irondequoit drops to 4-8-1, 1-6-0.

Spencerport 5, Gates Chili 1

No stats reported. Spencerport 10-2-1, 5-1-1. Gates Chili 1-10-2, 1-6-0.

Fairport 2, Webster Thomas 0

Cameron Hughes tallied one goal and one assist to lead Fairport to a victory over Webster Thomas on Wednesday. Hughes scored the first goal of the match three minutes into the game off a pass from Tom Mousso to give the Red Raiders an early lead. Hughes then provided the assist for the second goal two minutes later, setting up Rani Hubeishy. With the win Fairport improves to 10-0-2, 5-0-1. Webster Thomas falls to 6-5-2, 2-3-2.

Eastridge 1, Batavia/Alexander 0

The Eastridge boys soccer team earned its first win of the season on Wednesday as they defeated Batavia/Alexander 1-0. Mike DeSantis scored unassisted with less than a minute left in the first half to lift the Lancers. Eastridge improves to 1-11-1. Batavia/Alexander falls to 2-9-2.

McQuaid 6, East 0

No stats reported. McQuaid 6-5-1, 6-0-1. East High 5-7-0, 4-3-0.

Hilton 1, Brockport 0

The Hilton boys soccer team defeated Brockport 1-0 on Wednesday. Simon Gamo notched the lone goal of the contest in the 25th minute, finding the back of the net off a pass from Brett Healey. With the win Hilton improves to 5-8-0, 2-5-0. Brockport drops to 3-6-4, 1-5-1.

Webster Schroeder 1, Penfield 0

No stats reported. Webster Schroeder 9-3-1, 4-2-1. Penfield 3-6-3, 1-5-1.

Greece Arcadia 3, Greece Olympia 0

Greece Arcadia topped crosstown rival Greece Olympia on Wednesday to improve to 9-4-1 on the season. Isaiah Manetta scored 13 minutes into the match off a pass from Nemanja Dukic to put the Titans up 1-0. Dukic also provided the assist for Arcadia's second goal, setting up Khalid Ibrahim for a tally in the 30th minute. Lucas Egan added a goal in the 75th minute for the 3-0 final, scoring off a pass from Mark Martello. Greece Olympia drops to 10-3-0.

Churchville-Chili 2, Greece Athena 0

Churchville-Chili continued its outstanding season with a 2-0 shutout over Greece Athena. Frank Ciliberto scored an unassisted goal 26 minutes into the game to put the Saints up 1-0. Churchville-Chili (11-1-1, 6-0-1) extended its lead to two goals five minutes later when Lukas Fernandes beat the keeper off a pass from Tashko Strembenis. Greece Athena drops to 6-6-1, 4-2-1.

Rush-Henrietta 2, Victor 1

The Rush-Henrietta boys soccer team played host to Victor on Wednesday and defeated the visiting Blue Devils 2-1. Bryan Sidote got the Royal Comets on the board 13 minutes into the game with an unassisted goal. AJ Muoio scored off a pass from Josef Nachar in the 29th minute for Rush-Henrietta's second goal. Noah Brown scored in the 77th minute off a pass from Joe Valls for Victor (3-6-3, 1-3-2). With the win Rush-Henrietta improves to 6-5-2, 3-3-1.