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Wayne Post
  • HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Canandaigua earns comeback win over Brighton

  • Get a recap of Friday's high school sports action as the Canandaigua football team rallies from a 14-0 deficit to defeat Brighton 40-21.
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  • FOOTBALL
    Canandaigua 40, Brighton 21
    After falling behind 14-0 in the first quarter, the Canandaigua football team fought back into the game on a 40-7 run to defeat Brighton on Friday.
    Canandaigua received the opening kickoff but gave the ball to Brighton after a three-and-out. The Barons completed their first offensive possession of the night with a 35-yard rushing touchdown from Christian Thomas, then recovered a fumble on the ensuing kickoff to regain possession at the Braves' 46 yard line. Thomas completed a seven play drive for Brighton with his second touchdown run of the quarter, and the extra point game the Barons a 14-0 lead.
    The Braves scored the next five touchdowns to gain control of the game. With 11:16 left in the second quarter Mitchell Schaefer found Jaymin Ransom for a 55-yard touchdown pass to cut the deficit to 14-7. Schaefer hooked up with Eric Munn less than three minutes later for a 53-yard strike, then found Cody Cooper for the two-point conversion to put Canandaigua up 15-14.
    Canandaigua tacked on another touchdown midway through the third quarter on a 66-yard punt return by Patrick Coyne, then extended its lead to 27-14 on a 35-yard run by Jaymin Ransom just over five minutes into the fourth quarter.
    Brighton cut the deficit to 27-21 on a 16-yard touchdown run by Austin Carr with 5:50 left in the fourth quarter, but Jaymin Ransom put the game away for the Braves with a 27-yard touchdown run with 1:21 left on the clock. Canandaigua added a pick-six from Eric Munn with 0:21 left for the 40-21 final.
    Jaymin Ransom finished with 168 total yards and three touchdowns for Canandaigua, including 97 yards and two touchdowns on 17 carries and 71 yards and one touchdown on two receptions. Mitchell Schaefer completed 7-of-16 passes for 165 yards and two touchdowns while adding 15 rushing yards on three carries.
    Christian Thomas led Brighton with 182 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 34 carries. Austin Carr was 4-of-12 for 51 yards and added 16 yards and one touchdown on 12 carries. Casey Goldberg had 26 yards on five carries with Justin Davis contributing 23 yards on four carries. Peyton Starling hauled in two catches for 20 yards to lead the receiving corp.
    Marcus Whitman 47, South Seneca 16
    The Marcus Whitman football team cruised to a 47-16 victory over visiting South Seneca on Friday.
    The Wildcats passed for 226 yards and rushed for 213 yards in a balanced attack. Kris Sennett was 7-of-10 with three touchdowns to lead the passing attack, while Lyell Mincer toted the rock 12 times for 84 yards and one touchdown to pace the rushing game. Lane Brown added nine carries for 54 yards and a touchdown while Tyler Cummings had 42 yards and one touchdown on two carries. Devante Evans, Bryan Quayle and Rhen Grover each hauled in one touchdown pass for Marcus Whitman. Evans finished with two catches for 93 yards, Quayle had one catch for 50 yards and Grover made three catches for 23 yards. Grover added an interception return for a touchdown on the defensive side.
    Page 2 of 7 - Jordan Morgan finished with 109 rushing yards on 24 carries to lead South Seneca/Romulus. Brandon Herndon was 4-of-13 for 84 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions in the passing game.
    Bishop Kearney 46, Livonia 20
    The Bishop Kearney football team defeated Livonia on Friday, moving the Kings to 5-1 and handing the Bulldogs their first loss of the season. Tyler Kirton went 17-of-31 for 370 yards and seven touchdowns to lead the Kings. Kirton's 370 yards were the 12th highest single-game total in Section 5 history, while his seven touchdown passes is tied for the second most all-time in Section 5 in a single game. JoJo Gause hauled in seven receptions for 194 yards and five touchdowns while also contributing 14.5 tackles on defense. Jalen Long added five receptions for 115 yards and a touchdown while Michael English rushed for 139 yards on 29 carries. With the win Bishop Kearney improves to 5-1. No stats were reported for Livonia.
    UPrep 54,Lyons 0
    University Prep improved to 5-1 with a 54-0 shutout of Lyons. UPrep rushed for 456 yards on the night, including 146 yards and two touchdowns on six carries by Lucky Edwards and 134 yards on nine carries by Jordan Marshall. Larry Boykins tacked on 93 yards and a touchdown on 10 carries while Brandon Hunt added 83 yards and one touchdown on 12 carries. Lucky Edwards also had a 70-yard punt return for a touchdown. On the defensive side Jalen Barker made 15 tackles, D'Aaron Johnson tallied 12 tackles and Kory Wyatt recorded 10 tackles. No stats were reported for Lyons (1-5).
    Gates Chili 21, Marshall 6
    Gates Chili earned its second win of the season on Friday with a 21-6 defeat of Marshall. Myles McFadden rushed for 117 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries to lead the Spartans while Zach Nathan went 4-of-6 for 27 yards passing. Malik Herring had 136 rushing yards on 25 carries, two receptions for 16 yards and two pass completions for 36 yards to lead Marshall (2-4). Bernard Brown scored the Jurists' lone touchdown. Gates Chili improves to 2-4.
    East Rochester/Gananda 42, Waterloo 8
    East Rochester/Gananda improved to 5-1 with a 42-8 win against host Waterloo. Zach Miller went 8-of-14 for 134 yards and three touchdowns to lead ER/Gananda, including four completions for 104 yards and two touchdowns to Andrew Fischer. Jake Miller added 121 yards on the ground. No stats were reported for Waterloo (1-5).
    Newark 45, Pal-Mac 14
    Phil Tack accounted for five total touchdowns to lead Newark to a 45-14 win over Pal-Mac on Friday. Tack threw for 272 yards and three touchdowns on 10-of-15 passing while also contributing 75 yards and two touchdowns on 10 carries on the ground, with one interception his only blemish on the evening. Micah Wright corralled five receptions for 178 yards and two touchdowns. Stephen Morrell went 11-of-23 for 185 yards to lead Pal-Mac (1-5), including one passing touchdown, one rushing touchdown and one interception. Devin Soliday caught three passes for 89 yards and a touchdown. With the win Newark improves to 5-1.
    Page 3 of 7 - Brockport 9, Victor 7
    The Brockport football team clinched the Monroe County Division II title with a 9-7 win against Victor. Josh Michels was 6-of-14 for 83 yards and a touchdown to lead Brockport. TJ Rowe had 109 yards on eight carries while Jake Fey had 23 carries for 73 yards. TJ Rowe hauled in the lone touchdown of the game for Brockport (5-1). Mike Wagner connected with Conor Powers for Victor's lone touchdown. The Blue Devils missed a 20-yard field goal with less than five seconds left in the contest.
    Eastridge 54, HF-L 14
    Eastridge piled up 651 yards of total offense in a 54-14 win over Honeoye Falls-Lima. Jametrius Lewis threw for 207 yards and two touchdowns on 13-of-19 passing to lead the Lancers and also added 121 yards and three touchdowns on 11 carries. Jay'von Hampton added 12 carries for 120 yards, CJ Turner had 2 carries for 74 yards and a touchdown and Ricky Hagins caught four passes for 73 yards. No stats were reported for HF-L (3-5). Eastridge improves to 5-1.
    Webster Schroeder 42, Webster Thomas 7
    Webster Schroeder picked up a win over crosstown rival Webster Thomas on Friday to improve to 5-1 on the season. Bamidele Akinniyi carried the ball 22 times for 166 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Warriors. Brett Segala was 14-of-22 for 212 yards and two touchdowns through the air, including 148 yards and two touchdowns on six completions to Zach Withers. No stats were reported for Webster Thomas (1-5).
    Churchville-Chili 24, Irondequoit 14
    Trailing 14-10, the Churchville-Chili football team scores 14 unanswered points in the second half to earn a win over Irondequoit. Miles McKinney rushed 16 times for 134 yards and a touchdown to pace the Saints' offense. John Iacucci added 74 rushing yards and a touchdown on eight carries.
    Spencerport 36, Penfield 13
    The Spencerport football team improved to 4-2 with a 36-13 victory over Penfield on Friday. Trent Egenlauf led the Rangers on offense and defense, rushing for 167 yards and three touchdowns on 13 carries while also recording eight tackles. Tajh Eaddy added 76 yards on 15 carries while Brian Gerringer went 3-of-4 passing for 75 yards. Eric Zemaitis added seven tackles and one interception on defense while Josh Hernandez had four tackles, one sack, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and one pass breakup. No stats were reported for Penfield (1-5).
    GIRLS SOCCER
    Dundee 1, Geneva 0
    The Dundee girls soccer team earned a shutout win over Geneva on Friday. Nolleen Whetham scored off a pass from Megan Howell to lift the Scotsmen to the win. Brooke Howell made two saves to pick up the shutout in goal. Stephanie Smart recorded 14 saves for Geneva.
    Red Jacket 3, H-AC 0
    Trista Hawke scored two goals and handed out one assist to lead the Red Jacket girls soccer team to a shutout win over H-AC. Jensen Porter scored the third goal for the Indians while Emily Hotchkiss had two assists. Brynne Guerrie made four saves to earn her seventh of the season between the pipes. Abby O'Brien had 11 saves for H-AC (2-8-2, 1-7-0). Red Jacket improves to 10-3-1, 7-0-1.
    Page 4 of 7 - Waterloo 5, Marcus Whitman 0
    The Waterloo girls soccer team picked up its third win of the season in a 5-0 defeat of Marcus Whitman. Taylor Excell scored 1:36 into the game off assists from Taylor Laws and Julia DePillo. Devon Reese added an unassisted goal in the 15th minute to make it 2-0, with Ariana Mastrangelo, Elaina Sindoni and Taylor Excell each adding a goal. Elaina Sindoni, Julia DePillo and Jazzy Cole each chipped in one assist. Caitlin Castle and Taylor Excell combined to make four saves in goal for Waterloo (3-9-1). Danielle Brown tallied 14 saves for Marcus Whitman (4-9-1).
    Gananda 2, Williamson 2 OT
    The Williamson girls soccer team played host to Gananda on Friday, with the game ending in a 2-2 draw. Taylor Cimino scored unassisted 14 minutes into the game to give Gananda an early lead. Williamson tied the scored two minutes later on a goal by Alivia Ginther, assisted by Mariah Liedmann, then took the lead 14 minutes into the second half on an unassisted goal by Jena Eaton. Gananda tied the game in the 68th minute when Giulia Mahoney scored off a pass from Camryn Vogt. Sara MacDougall made eight saves in goal for Gananda. Diana Cerventes made seven saves for Williamson.
    GIRLS TENNIS
    Class A finals
    No. 1 Brighton 7, No. 3 Canandaigua 0
    The season came to an end for the Canandaigua girls tennis team on Friday as the Braves fell 7-0 to top-seeded Brighton. Zoe Chodak (6-0, 6-2), Alina Santiago (6-4, 6-2), Charlotte Engebrecht (7-5, 6-2) and Kristin Jones (6-2, 6-0) were all straight set winners in singles play for Brighton. On the doubles side the teams of Grace DiGiovanni/Eden Knight (6-2, 6-4), Lily Engebrecht/Natalie Strauber (6-1, 7-5) and Rachel Blum/Michel Liu (6-4, 6-7 [6], 6-1) were also victorious.
    "Despite today's loss, I am still extremely proud of what the girls have accomplished," said Canandaigua head coach Dave Ducharme. "We finished second in our division for the first time and made it to the sectional finals for the second year in a row."
    Canandaigua finished the season 11-6 overall, 4-1 in division play.
    Class C singles tournament
    No. 2 Jessie Gorcica (Naples) will face No. 3 Heidi Rice (Marcus Whitman) in the Class C quarterfinals on Saturday after each player picked up a pair of wins on the opening day of the tournament. Gorcica picked up a 6-0, 6-2 win in the second round after opening the tournament with a walkover win. Rice opened the tourney with a 10-3 win then advanced to the quarterfinals with a 6-2, 6-1 victory. No. 1 Meghan Dioguardi (Alfred-Almond) and No. 4 Tori Boykin (North Rose-Wolcott) will square off in the other semifinal match-up.
    Page 5 of 7 - Class C doubles tournament
    Mynderse Emily Sullivan and Sam Felice will face teammates Laura Jacuzzo and Neetu Chandak on Saturday in the semifinals after both teams earned a pair of wins in the Class C doubles tournament. Sullivan and Felice, the top seeded team, earned a 10-1 win in the opening round and a 6-1, 6-4 win in the second round to advance to the quarterfinals. The fourth seeded Jacuzzo and Chandak reached the semifinals with wins of 10-1 and 6-1, 3-6, 6-4. On the other side of the bracket North Rose-Wolcott's Katie Snell and Lauren Lapp will face Prattsburgh's Leslie Darrin and Lexi Sanford in a battle of the No. 3 and No. 3 seeds.
    GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
    South Seneca 3, North Rose-Wolcott 1
    The South Seneca girls volleyball team improved to 6-10 with a 25-21, 25-9, 24-26, 25-18 victory against North Rose-Wolcott on Friday. Bailey Minges tallied 26 assists, nine digs and two aces to propel the Falcons. Katie Wingleblack made 16 digs and four aces while Kalyn Moore chipped in 11 kills and six aces. Allison LeFever finished with 13 kills, eight digs and five aces to pace North Rose-Wolcott (11-7). Abby Miraglia added 29 digs and two aces.
    Victor 3, Webster Thomas 0
    Victor topped Webster Thomas in three sets on Friday, taking the match 25-18, 25-19, 25-15. Celeste Hartsough pounded out 11 kills to lead the Blue Devils. Jane Garrity added four blocks. Christina Aguilera made two blocks to pace Webster Thomas (8-10). Victor improves to 14-4.
    Mynderse 3, Marion 1
    After dropping the first game of the match 27-29, Mynderse fought back to take the final three games 25-16, 25-11, 25-12 and earn a win over Marion in girls volleyball. Valerie Tuttle made 17 digs and seven aces to pace Mynderse (6-10). Kalli Kelsey added three kills. Toby Young recorded seven blocks and five kills to lead Marion (0-16, 0-12). Martha Rinella tacked on 13 digs while Hannah Norberg provided four kills.
    Pittsford Sutherland 3, Canandaigua 0
    Andrea Allen tallied 27 assists and six aces to lead Pittsford Sutherland to a 25-8, 25-12, 25-9 victory over Canandaigua on Friday. Luisa Schirmer added 15 kills, nine digs and one ace and Aliah Bowllan made 17 digs, two aces and two assists to help the Knights improve to 22-2, 8-0 in league play. Santita Ebangwese contributed six kills, two digs and two aces in the win, followed by Jessica Marini with four digs and four assists, Taylor Kells with five kills, one ace and one block and Bridget Stahlecker with two kills and two digs. No stats were reported for Canandaigua (2-15, 1-7).
    Fairport 3, Rush-Henrietta 0
    No stats reported. Fairport takes match 25-20, 25-14, 25-10.
    Gates Chili 3, Brockport 0
    Page 6 of 7 - No stats reported. Gates Chili wins 25-22, 25-19, 25-15.
    HF-L 3, Batavia 1
    No stats reported. HF-L wins 24-26, 25-23, 25-23, 25-18.
    Eastridge 3, Greece Olympia 0
    No stats reported. Irondequoit sweeps match 25-21, 25-20, 25-15.
    Penfield 3, Webster Schroeder 2
    No stats reported. Penfield wins final three matches 29-27, 25-22, 25-21 after dropping first two matches 22-25, 21-25.
    Hilton 3, Spencerport 0
    No stats reported. Cadets win 27-25, 25-18, 25-20.
    Mercy 3, Orchard Park 1
    No stats reported. Mercy takes match 25-20, 17-25, 25-23, 25-9.
    BOYS SOCCER
    Penfield 3, Victor 1
    Penfield improved to 4-6-3, 2-5-1 with a road win against Victor on Friday. Tyler Mounnarat got the Patriots on the board 19 minutes into the game when he scored off a pass from Evan Orlando. Chris Sergeant added a goal in the 33rd minute off an assist from Glenn Roschetzky while Sam Tiffany capped the scoring for the Patriots in the 65th minute, beating the keeper off a pass from Ryan Igoe. Ethan Kramer found Jamie Campbell in the final minute for Victor's lone goal.
    Greece Olympia 2, Greece Odyssey 1
    No stats reported. Greece Olympia (11-3-0) has outscored its opponents 45-11 this year. Greece Odyssey drops to 8-4-2.
    Brighton 5, Irondequoit 0
    Ben Orr scored two goals to lead Brighton to a 5-0 sweep of Irondequoit on Friday. Max Langhans added one goal and two assists for the Barons while David Medina and Kyle Burns each had one goal. Manny Gil, Josh Hunt, Hamza Abukar and Reece Kreilick each provided one assist. With the win Brighton improves to 7-5-2, 5-2-1. Irondequoit falls to 4-9-1, 1-7-0.
    Churchville-Chili 2, Gates Chili 1
    The Churchville-Chili boys soccer team traveled to Gates Chili to face the Spartans on Friday and went home with a 2-1 win. Cory L'Hommedieu put the Saints on the board in the 23rd minute, scoring off a pass from Tyler Randall. Churchville-Chili got the game-winner in the 49th minute when Frank Ciliberto scored off an assist from L'Hommedieu. With the win Churchville-Chili improves to 12-1-1, 7-0-1 in league play. No stats were reported for Gates Chili (1-11-2, 1-7-0).
    Rush-Henrietta 0, Webster Thomas 0 OT
    No stats reported. Rush-Henrietta 6-5-3, 3-3-2, Webster Thomas 6-5-3, 2-3-3.
    Fairport 2, Webster Schroeder 0
    Fairport earned a shutout win over Webster Schroeder on Friday to improve to 11-0-2 overall, 6-0-1 in league play. Tom Mousso netted both goals for the Red Raiders, his first in the 39th minute off a pass from Austin Deridder and his second in the 54th minute off a pass from Cameron Hughes. Webster Schroeder drops to 9-4-1, 4-3-1.
    Page 7 of 7 - Spencerport 3, Hilton 0
    No stats reported. Spencerport 11-2-1, 6-1-1. Hilton 5-9-0, 2-6-0.
    Webster Christian 8, Monroe/Edison 2
    Giovanni Coraggioso scored three goals and dished out two assists to lead the Webster Christian boys soccer team to a victory over Monroe/Edison on Friday. Nathaniel O'Dell added two goals while Nick O'Dell, James Painton and Sasha Gritsak each had one. Josh Whitmire made two assists while Daniel Christen and Matt Goodwin each made one. Webster Christian (12-1-0) has outscored its opponents 71-14 on the season.
    Wayne 0, McQuaid 0 OT
    The McQuaid (6-5-2) soccer team played host to Wayne (2-9-4) on Friday, with the game ending in a scoreless draw.
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