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Wayne Post
  • HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Red Jacket girls soccer wins fourth consecutive league title

  • Get a recap of Tuesday's high school sports action as the Red Jacket girls soccer team defeats Dundee to win its fourth consecutive Finger Lakes West league title.
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  • GIRLS SOCCER
    Red Jacket 2, Dundee 1
    The Red Jacket girls soccer team clinched its fourth consecutive Finger Lakes West title on Tuesday with a 2-1 victory against Dundee. Emily Hotchkiss scored 20 minutes into the game off a pass from Trista Hawke to give Red Jacket an early lead. Dundee tied the score at 1-1 six minutes into the second half when Nolleen Whetham beat the keeper off a pass from Tayler Morrison, but the Indians battled back to retake the lead with less than three minutes left in regulation on a goal from Jensen Porter, assisted by Trista Hawke. Brynne Guerrie recorded eight saves to pick up the win between the pipes. Brooke Howell made 10 saves for Dundee (5-9, 3-6). Red Jacket improves to 11-3-1, 8-0-1.
    Naples 6, Geneva 0
    Taylor Chapman scored two goal and handed out one assist to lead Naples to a 6-0 shutout of Geneva on Tuesday. Abby Price had one goal and three assists, Mika Hobart tallied one goal and two assists and Moriah Kunes and Brenna Kunzler each scored one goal to help the Big Green improve to 11-3-1. Lissa Brautigam made three saves to earn the win in net. Andrea Torres and Stephanie Smart combined to made eight saves for Geneva (2-11-1).
    South Seneca 4, Marcus Whitman 0
    South Seneca topped Marcus Whitman in girls soccer on Tuesday, scoring three first half goals on the way to the win. MacKenzie Kenyon registered two goals and one assist to lead the Falcons. Erin Wilkins and Chandra McGonigal each added a goal, Bree Minges made two assists and Pam Bower had one assist. Mikayla Jones tallied six saves to earn the shutout in net. Danielle Brown recorded 17 saves for Marcus Whitman (4-10-1). South Seneca (9-6-0) has won six of its last eight games.
    Pal-Mac 1, Newark 0 OT
    The Pal-Mac girls soccer team played host to Newark on Tuesday and defeated the Reds 1-0 in overtime. Sam Gagliano netted the lone goal of the match, finding the back of the net off a direct kick with less than six minutes left in the second overtime period. Jessica Locey recorded two saves to earn the win between the pipes. Monica Mason made five saves for Newark, which ends the regular season at 10-6-0. Pal-Mac (10-3-2) has won eight consecutive games.
    H-AC 1, Romulus 0
    The H-AC girls soccer team picked up a road win over Romulus on Tuesday, moving the Wolves to 3-9-2 on the season. Danielle Geary scored the lone goal of the match in the 24th minute, finding the back of the net off an assist from Danielle Fuller. Abby O'Brien made 13 saves to pick up the shutout between the pipes. Romulus drops to 6-7-1.
    Page 2 of 8 - Bishop Kearney 3, Webster Christian 0
    The Bishop Kearney girls soccer team ran its record to 11-2-2 with a 3-0 shutout of Webster Christian. Maura Sutherland scored the first two goals for the Kings, her first in the 19th minute off a pass from Giuliana Pietrantoni and the second in the 29th minute off a pass from Jessica Meyer. Pietrantoni also provided the assist for Bishop Kearney's third goal, setting up Madeleine Gallina with four minutes left in the first half. Meghan Hake made six saves to pick up the win in net. Webster Christian drops to 1-14-0.
    Marion 5, Sodus 2
    The Marion girls soccer team improved to 10-3-2 on Tuesday with a 5-2 win against Sodus. Hanna Williams scored two goals to pace the Black Knights. Erika Means and Emma Lewis each added one goal and one assist, Ashley Lange scored one goal and Cheyanne VanGee had one assist. Sami Bailey made three saves to earn the win in net. No stats were reported for Sodus (5-8-0).
    Waterloo 3, Union Springs 1
    The Waterloo girls soccer team captured its third consecutive win with a 3-1 decision over Union Springs. Elaina Sindoni scored four minutes into the contest off an assist from Jordan Osborne to put the Indians on the board. Taylor Excell made it 2-0 with an unassisted goal in the 17th minute, while Jordan Osborne capped the scoring for Waterloo (5-9-1) two minutes into the second half off a pass from Julia DePillo. Morgan Mucia scored in the 67th minute off a pass from Amanda Cabal for Union Springs' lone goal.
    Mynderse 2, Bloomfield 0
    Mynderse ran its season record to 9-2-4 with a shutout win against visiting Bloomfield. After a scoreless first half, Allie Deal found the back of the net off a pass from Haley Lang in the 42nd minute to give the Blue Devils a 1-0 lead. Mynderse got the insurance goal in the 59th minute when Gillian Lamb scored off an assist from Cassidy Rattray. Lynnsie Bennett made five saves in goal for Bloomfield (8-5-2).
    Nichols 3, Aquinas 1
    Nichols School defeated Aquinas 3-1 on Tuesday. Lauren Begy scored off a pass from Emma Krenzer for the Lil' Irish's lone goal of the match. Aquinas ends the regular season at 6-7-3.
    GIRLS SWIMMING AND DIVING
    Victor 96, Fairport 90
    The Victor girls swimming and diving team improved to 4-2 in dual meet competition with a narrow win over Fairport on Tuesday. Jessica Halladay (200 freestyle, 500 freestyle) and Natalie Zaravella (100 breaststroke, 200 IM) were double event winners for Victor. Madison Chapin (100 backstroke) and Erin Norton (diving) were single winners while the team also took first in the 200 medley relay. Suhan Mestha touched first in the 50 freestyle and 100 butterfly to lead Fairport (3-5). Dayna Basic won the 100 freestyle.
    Page 3 of 8 - Canandaigua 115, Webster 68
    Canandaigua earned a 115-68 win over Webster on Tuesday, moving the Braves to 9-0 on the season and dropping Webster to 8-2. Sarah Baxter (200 freestyle, 500 freestyle) and Abbie Sullivan (100 breaststroke, 200 IM) were double event winners for Canandaigua. Kaitlyn Ringhoff (50 freestyle), Serica Hallstead (diving) and Alyssa Baker (100 butterfly) were single winners for the Braves while the team also took first in the 200 medley relay and 200 freestyle relay. Natalie Neamtu (100 freestyle) and Sydney Krisanda (100 backstroke) were single winners for Webster.
    Spencerport 133, Gates Chili 49
    The Spencerport girls swimming and diving team topped Gates Chili on Tuesday, taking first place in 10 of 12 races to secure the win. Meghan Tyler (100 butterfly, 100 breaststroke) and Anna D'Angelo (200 freestyle, 500 freestyle) were double event winners for the Rangers. Alissa White (200 IM), Camille Colby (diving) and Nicole Almeter (100 backstroke) were all single winners while the team also took first in all three relay events. Kimberly Shust took first in the 50 freestyle and 100 freestyle to lead Gates Chili.
    Brockport 96, Churchville-Chili 85
    Natalie Lacourt (100 freestyle, 100 backstroke) and Catherine Schultheis (50 freestyle, 100 butterfly) were double event winners for Brockport in a 96-85 win over Churchville-Chili. Megan Stevens won the diving competition with a score of 183.95 while the team also took first in the 200 medley relay and the 200 freestyle relay. Sierra Schertler (100 breaststroke, 200 IM) was a double event winner for Churchville-Chili (3-6). Allison Crist won the 500 freestyle while Marlane Hochgraf took first in the 200 freestyle. Brockport improves to 3-7.
    Rush-Henrietta 97, HF-L 88
    Rush-Henrietta earned a 97-88 victory against Honeoye Falls-Lima on Tuesday, led by a pair of double event winners. Katie Burns (100 freestyle, 200 freestyle) and Megan Burns (50 freestyle, 100 butterfly) both brought home a pair of first place finishes for the Royal Comets, while teammate Alicia Shenal (100 backstroke) was a single event winner. Grace Baumer touched first in the 100 breaststroke and 200 IM to pace HF-L. Riley Allen (500 freestyle) and Erin Mulvaney (diving) were single winners.
    GIRLS TENNIS
    Class CC team sectional finals
    No. 1 Mynderse 5, No. 2 North Rose-Wolcott 0
    The top-seeded Mynderse girls tennis team earned a shutout win over No. 2 North Rose-Wolcott on Tuesday to win the 2013 Section 5 Class CC team tournament. Laura Jacuzzo (1-6, 6-4, 7-6 [6]), Emily Sullivan (6-0, 6-0) and Sam Felice (6-0, 6-0) were winners in singles play for the Blue Devils, while the doubles teams of Audrey Gribnau/Neetu Chandak (6-4, 6-2) and Aubrea Partee/Grace Doebler (5-7, 6-2, 6-4) each brought home a point as well. Mynderse finished the season at 15-0. Emily Sullivan and Sam Felice both finish the season undefeated. The North Rose-Wolcott (13-2) team of Lauren Lapp and Katie Snell suffered their first loss of the season at the hands of Gribnau/Chandak.
    Page 4 of 8 - BOYS SOCCER
    Irondequoit 2, Canandaigua 2 OT
    The Canandaigua boys soccer team played host to Monroe County League rival Irondequoit on Tuesday evening, with the contest ending in a 2-2 draw.
    Irondequoit got on the board first with a goal from Zach Zlotnick in the 19th minute, with the assist coming from Justin Cribbin. The Braves fought back to tie the score nine minutes before halftime with a goal from Jonathon Brown, who beat the keeper off a pass from Trevor Poisson.
    The teams would play even until the 23rd minute of the second half when Keegan Trainor scored off a pass from Alex Pisarek to give Canandaigua a 2-1 lead, a lead the Braves would hold until the final minute of regulation. With 30 seconds left on the clock Irondequoit was awarded a direct kick, which was successfully converted to the game-tying goal by Frankie Martella.
    Alex Gikis made eight saves in goal for Canandaigua, while Justin Slattery recorded seven saves for Irondequoit. The Eagles outshot the Braves 10-9, while Canandaigua dominated in corner kicks, 10-4.
    "It was a back and forth game the whole way, and both teams had some good looks in overtime," said Canandaigua head coach Mark Annesi. "It was unfortunate that we could not finish it off tonight but our boys played hard and battled the whole way."
    Canandaigua (7-6-2, 4-3-2) will wrap up its regular season schedule on Thursday at 4:30 p.m. at Pittsford Mendon. Irondequoit (4-9-2, 1-7-1), which defeated Canandaigua 1-0 earlier this year, will finish its regular season schedule on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at HF-L.
    Greece Odyssey 2, Batavia/Alexander 0
    The Greece Odyssey boys soccer team earned a road win over Batavia/Alexander on Tuesday to improve to 9-4-2 on the season. Austin Visca scored off a pass from Jake Dixon in the 25th minute to give Odyssey a 1-0 lead. The Leopards got the insurance goal in the 55th minute from Heath Walker, assisted by Jon Moriarty. Batavia/Alexander drops to 2-11-2.
    Finney/Northstar 3, Lima Christian 0
    Colton Hawkes scored one goal and handed out one assist to lead the Finney/Northstar boys soccer team to a shutout win over Lima Christian. Alberto Marugan and Zech Judd each added a goal and TJ Kelly had one assist as Finney/Northstar improved to 7-8-0. Lima Christian falls to 2-11-0.
    Greece Olympia 3, Monroe/Edison 2 OT
    The Greece Olympia boys soccer team earned an overtime win against Monroe/Edison on Tuesday, led by a hat trick from Courtney Hill. Hill got the Spartans on the board four minutes before halftime with an unassisted goal, then notched his second tally of the match in the 71st minute off a pass from Noah Mohamed. Hill completed the hat trick two minutes into the second overtime with another unassisted goal. No stats were reported for Monroe/Edison (4-8-2). Greece Olympia (12-3-0) has outscored its opponents 48-13 on the season.
    Page 5 of 8 - Greece Athena 4, Spencerport 2
    Jason Siracuse scored one goal and passed out two assists to lead the Greece Athena boys soccer team to a 4-2 win over Spencerport. Alexander Loete tacked on two goals for the Trojans, who improved to 8-6-1 overall, 6-2-1 in league play. Francesco Monti added a goal while Ben Palermo and Jordan Smith each made one assist. No stats were reported for Spencerport (11-3-1, 6-2-1).
    Churchville-Chili 2, Brockport 0
    Churchville-Chili picked up a shutout win against Brockport on Tuesday, moving the Saints to 13-1-1, 8-0-1 in league play. Frank Ciliberto scored 16 minutes into the game off a pass from Cory L'Hommedieu to put the Saints up 1-0. Ciliberto then provided the assist for the second goal, setting up Lukas Fernandes for a strike in the 66th minute. Churchville-Chili has outscored its opponents 40-6 on the year.
    Hilton 2, Gates Chili 1 OT
    The Hilton boys soccer team earned an overtime win against Gates Chili on Tuesday, moving the Cadets to 6-9-0, 3-6-0 in league play. Lukas Krause set up Jeff Hibbard for both of Hilton's goals, the first in the 27th minute and the second two minutes into the second overtime period. No stats were reported for Gates Chili (1-12-2, 1-8-0).
    Webster Schroeder 2, Victor 0
    Webster Schroeder ran its season record to 10-4-1 with a 2-0 shutout of Victor on Tuesday. Vlad Protsyshyn scored off a pass from Joe Schuler in the 42nd minute to give the Warriors a 1-0 lead. Eric Strauchen added a goal 11 minutes later off an assist from Morgan Kpor. Victor drops to 3-8-3.
    Penfield 1, Webster Thomas 1 OT
    Webster Thomas played host to Penfield on Tuesday, with the game ending in a 1-1 draw. Sam Tiffany scored in the 50th minute off a pass from Ryan Thompson for Penfield's lone goal. No stats were reported for Webster Thomas (6-5-4, 2-3-4). Penfield moves to 4-6-4, 2-5-2.
    Fairport 4, Rush-Henrietta 0
    The Fairport boys soccer team remained undefeated with a 4-0 victory over Rush-Henrietta. The Red Raiders saw four different goal scorers on the day as Anthony Gaglianese, Tom Mousso, Matt Bischoff and Hunter Critchlow each found the back of the net. Austin Deridder, Nick Christidis, Ryan Stokes and Jake Cheer each provided one assist. With the win Fairport improves to 12-0-2, 7-0-1 in league play. Rush-Henrietta falls to 6-6-3, 3-4-2.
    Brighton 3, HF-L 1
    The Barons ran their season record to 8-5-2, 6-2-1 with a win against Honeoye Falls-Lima on Tuesday. Josh Hunt scored four minutes into the game off a pass from Manny Gil to give Brighton an early advantage. The Barons extended their lead to 2-0 in the 52nd minute when Gil found David Medina for a goal, but HF-L was able to cut the deficit in half eight minutes later Alex Ptucha scored off a setup from Andrew Wager. Brighton pushed the lead back to two goals in the 75th minute on David Medina's second goal of the match, with the assist going to Josh Hunt. HF-L drops to 4-9-2, 1-7-1.
    Page 6 of 8 - Pittsford Mendon 0, Liverpool 0 OT
    The Pittsford Mendon boys soccer team traveled to Liverpool on Tuesday and went home with a scoreless draw. Mendon now sits at 7-3-5 on the season.
    Aquinas 0, McQuaid 0 OT
    The Aquinas boys soccer team played host to McQuaid on Tuesday, with the game ending in a scoreless draw. Aquinas now sits at 9-5-2 on the season. McQuaid moves to 6-5-3.
    Webster Christian 5, Bishop Kearney 3
    Giovanni Coraggioso notched two goals and two assists to lead Webster Christian to a win against Bishop Kearney. Nick O'Dell and Nathaniel O'Dell each added one goal and one assist while Josh Whitmire had one goal. With the win Webster Christian improves to 13-1-0. No stats were reported for Bishop Kearney (8-6-2).
    GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
    Wayne 3-0, Bloomfield 2-1, Marion 1-2, Lyons 0-3
    Wayne's Caitlyn Lieber crossed first with a time of 21:09 to lead the Eagles to a sweep in Wayne-Finger Lakes cross country. Bloomfield's Alex Williams (22:09) placed second while Wayne took four of the next five spots. Ceila Frideo (23:01) came in third, Megan Collier (23:20) finished fourth, Mollie Dana (23:51) crossed sixth and Natalie Wagner (21:21) finished seventh. Bloomfield's Hannah Peck (23:38) came in fourth, Marion's Alyssa Rose (24:37) finished eighth and Lyons' Liz Olgin (26:22) took 12th.
    Midlakes 3-0, Marcus Whitman 2-1, Honeoye 1-2, H-AC 0-3
    Marcus Whitman's Audrey Button took first with a time of 20:47 in a four-team race hosted by H-AC. Midlakes' Mariah Sergent crossed second with a time of 22:23 and was followed by H-AC's Julia Aagesen (22:32) and Eileen Reinhardt (22:42) and teammate Colby Kidder (23:22) in the top five. Tracy Stutzman finished in ninth place with a time of 23:56 to pace Honeoye.
    Red Creek 3-0, Williamson 2-1, North Rose-Wolcott 1-2, East Rochester 0-3
    Red Creek took the top five spots and seven of the top eight to earn a sweep of Williamson, North Rose-Wolcott and East Rochester on Tuesday. Raylene Wade was the overall race winner with a time of 21:48. Desi Carson came in sixth with a time of 24:29 to pace North Rose-Wolcott, Mikala Steinmann finished ninth with a time of 25:13 to lead Williamson and Makayla Reiss crossed 24th with a time of 31:11 to lead East Rochester.
    Penfield 4-0, Canandaigua 3-1, Irondequoit 1-2, Brockport 1-3, Greece Odyssey 0-3
    Penfield's Katie Lembo took first place with a time of 18:11 to lead the Patriots to a 4-0 sweep at Harris Whalen Park. Brockport's Autumn Albrecht took second with a time of 18:43 and Canandaigua's Kennedy Jensen finished third with a time of 19:13, ahead of a pack of Patriot runners that took five of the next six spots. Erin BrindAmour finished seventh with a time of 20:55 to pace Irondequoit. Mackenzie Hulme added a season best time of 22:17 for Canandaigua, which finishes the season at 13-9.
    Page 7 of 8 - BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
    Wayne 3-0, Marion 2-1, Bloomfield 1-2, Lyons 0-3
    James Light took first place with a time of 17:36 to lead Wayne to a sweep of Marion, Bloomfield and Lyons on Tuesday. Light led a pack of Eagles who took the top three spots and eight of the top nine, including Mike Gulihan and Dan Cole in a tie for second at 18:26, Mason Howard (19:05) in fifth, Jacob Macano (19:11) in sixth, Christian Haacke (19:35) in seventh and Tanner Friedo (19:43) in eighth. Brett McManis crossed fourth with a time of 18:59 to pace Marion, Jeff Frelier came in 10th with a time of 19:59 to lead Bloomfield and Odin Patanz finished 20th with a time of 22:02 to lead Lyons.
    Honeoye 3-0, Midlakes 2-1, H-AC 1-2, Marcus Whitman 0-3
    H-AC's Aamir Zain finished first with a time of 17:06 in a four-team race hosted by the Wolves. Midlakes' Mitchell Priebe took second with a time of 17:14 and was followed by Marcus Whitman's Jacob Champlin (17:39), H-AC's Russell Hegedorn (17:58) and Honeoye's Zach Erickson (18:52) in the top five.
    East Rochester 3-0, Williamson 3-1, Red Creek 2-2, North Rose-Wolcott 0-3, Sodus 0-3
    Jacob Hanss was the overall race winner with a time of 17:38 to lead the Bombers to a 3-0 day in a race hosted by Williamson. Hanss led a pack of East Rochester runners that took six of the top 12 spots and included Dawson Bathgate (17:49) in second place and Ran Daudelin (18:33) in third. Williamson took the next two spots as Mark Saile (18:37) and Max Curran (18:49) rounded out the top five. Nelson Hand finished in sixth with a time of 19:06 to pace Red Creek, Ben Porter crossed in 30th with a time of 22:23 to lead North Rose-Wolcott and Jair VanDuyne came in 38th with a time of 23:25 to lead a Sodus team of one.
    Irondequoit 4-0, Penfield 3-1, Canandaigua 2-2, Greece Odyssey 1-3, Brockport 0-4
    The Canandaigua boys cross country team finished the day 2-2 to close out its 2013 league meet season with an 11-11 overall record, the team's best record since moving to the Monroe County League five years ago. Irondequoit's Britt Kaukeinen took first with a time of 17:10. He was followed closely by teammate Josh Dyrland (17:18), Penfield's Mike Kozlowski (17:19), Canandaigua's Josh Emerson (17:29) and teammate Ben Shelton (17:32) in the top five. Andrew Gwynn finished in seventh with a personal best time of 17:33 for Canandaigua while teammate Ryan Fordham also posted a personal best with a time of 18:04, good for 12th overall.
    GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
    Lyons 3, North Rose-Wolcott 0
    The Lyons girls volleyball team improved to 14-2 on the season with a 25-10, 25-6, 25-9 sweep of North Rose-Wolcott. Taylor DiSanto finished with 12 assists and four kills to power the Lions. Abbie Shields added nine digs, four aces and four kills while Hannah Lester contributed four kills. Allison LeFever tallied six digs and four kills to pace North Rose-Wolcott (11-8).
    Page 8 of 8 - Spencerport 3, Canandaigua 0
    No stats reported. Spencerport wins 25-16, 25-22, 25-22.
    Gananda 3, East Rochester 0
    No stats reported. Gananda takes match 25-13, 25-14, 25-7.
    Fairport 3, Brockport 0
    No stats reported. Fairport sweeps match 25-10, 25-15, 25-20.
    Bloomfield 3, Finney 0
    The Bloomfield girls volleyball team improved to 14-1 with a 25-11, 25-12, 25-12 win over Finney. Audra Beechler pounded out five kills to lead the Bombers. Alyssa Eveland added five aces. Riley Anger led Finney (5-7) with four digs.

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