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  • HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Pal-Mac girls swimming and diving wins second consecutive league title

  • Get a recap of Thursday's high school sports action as the Pal-Mac girls swimming and diving team defeats Geneva to win its second straight Finger Lakes League title.
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  • GIRLS SWIMMING AND DIVING
    Pal-Mac 112.5, Geneva 73.5
    The Pal-Mac girls swimming and diving team defeated Geneva 112.5-73.5 on Thursday, giving the Red Raiders their second Finger Lakes League title in as many seasons. Ellie Jones touched first in the 100 breaststroke and 200 IM to pace Pal-Mac. Dana Wilsey won the 500 freestyle won the 500 freestyle while the team also won all three relay events, including a win by 1.06 seconds in the 200 medley relay and a win by 0.15 seconds in the 400 freestyle relay. Emily Taegder-Vrooman (100 backstroke, 200 freestyle) and Hannah Jacon (50 freestyle, 100 freestyle) were double event winners for Geneva. Katie Spychalski (100 butterfly) and Shelby Detro (diving) were single winners.
    "We are very proud of these girls," said Pal-Mac head coach Christopher Oaks. "They swam extremely well and every girl did her part."
    "The mental fortitude of this team is incredible," added coach Becky DeSol. "We have swimmers who are both physically and mentally strong, which always makes for a rewarding experience for us coaches."
    Pittsford 118, Canandaigua 68
    In a matchup of undefeateds, the Pittsford girls swimming and diving team defeated Canandaigua 118-68 on Thursday to win the Monroe County Division I title. Pittsford set five pool records at the Canandaigua Academy pool on the way to the win. Katie Smith set pool records in the 50 freestyle (23.70) and the 100 freestyle (52.32) and Lindsay Stone set a new pool record in the 500 freestyle (5:01.96) while the team set new pool records in the 200 medley relay (1:51.80) and the 200 freestyle relay (1:39.38). Lindsay Stone also took first in the 200 freestyle while Stephanie Riley (100 backstroke) and Anne Marie Mozrall (100 butterfly) were single winners. Abbie Sullivan (100 breaststroke) and Serica Hallstead (diving) were single winners for Canandaigua (9-1). Pittsford improves to 9-0.
    Irondequoit 98, Eastridge 52
    The Irondequoit girls swimming and diving team defeated Eastridge on Thursday, setting two new school records on the way to victory. Elana Rohr posted a new school record in the diving competition for the Eagles with a score of 249.80. Teammate Alida Mooney set a new school record in the 100 backstroke with a time of 1:02.66. Alida Mooney also won the 50 freestyle while Emmaline Riester (200 IM, 500 freestyle) was also a double event winner. Fiona Mooney (200 freestyle), Lydia Fregosi (100 butterfly) and Taylor Walker (100 freestyle) were single winners for Irondequoit. Sam Pollard took first in the 100 breaststroke to pace Eastridge.
    Webster 106.5, Victor 78.5
    The Webster girls swimming and diving team improved to 9-2 in dual meet competition with a win against Victor. Sydney Krisanda (100 backstroke, 200 freestyle) and Natalie Neamtu (50 freestyle, 100 freestyle) were double winners for Webster. Emily Nicastro (100 butterfly), Mia Klasner (500 freestyle) and Kristina Posnick (100 breaststroke) were single event winners while the team also claimed first in the 400 freestyle relay. Erin Norton (diving) and Natalie Zaravella (200 IM) were single winners for Victor.
    Page 2 of 8 - Gananda 99, North Rose-Wolcott 82
    Rachel Bush (100 backstroke, 200 IM) and Lauren Johnson (100 butterfly, 500 freestyle) were double event winners for Gananda in a 99-82 win over North Rose-Wolcott. Alexandra Cunningham (200 freestyle) and Zoe Paris (100 freestyle) were single winners while the team also took first in the 200 medley relay. Rebekah French placed first in the diving competition for North Rose-Wolcott, while teammate Danielle Hoyt won the 50 freestyle and the 100 breaststroke.
    Gates Chili 95, Batavia 68
    The Gates Chili girls swimming and diving team closed out its regular season schedule with a 95-68 victory over Batavia. Kimberly Shust touched first in the 50 freestyle and 200 freestyle to pace the Spartans, while Julia LaMotte-Gravante (diving), Amanda Miller (100 butterfly), Olivia Munyon (100 freestyle), Hannah Cuyler (500 freestyle) and Justina Mendes (100 backstroke) were all single winners. Batavia's Emily DiBacco won the 200 IM.
    Rush-Henrietta 97, Brighton 88
    Megan Burns (100 butterfly, 200 freestyle), Katie Burns (100 freestyle, 200 IM) and Alicia Shenal (50 freestyle, 100 backstroke) were all double event winners for Rush-Henrietta in a 97-88 win against Brighton. Rina Schafer took first in the 100 breaststroke while the team also won all three relay events. Nancy Nasky (500 freestyle) and Gailyn Graff (diving) were single winners for Brighton.
    Brockport 99, Spencerport 87
    The Brockport girls swimming and diving team edged out Spencerport on Thursday, led by a pair of double event winners. Catherine Schultheis (100 freestyle, 200 freestyle) and Natalie Lacourt (50 freestyle, 100 backstroke) each brought home a pair of first place finishes for the Blue Devils. Megan Stevens (diving), Emily Zink (200 IM) and Caroline Martin (500 freestyle) were single winners. Meghan Tyler placed first in the 100 breaststroke and 100 butterfly to pace Spencerport.
    HF-L 108, Greece 75
    The Honeoye Falls-Lima girls swimming and diving team moved over .500 with a win against Greece. Amy Li (100 butterfly, 200 IM) and Madison Sullivan (50 freestyle, 100 freestyle) were double winners for the Cougars, with Sullivan tying for first in the 100 freestyle. Heather Reinke (diving), Riley Allen (500 freestyle) and Grace Baumer (100 breaststroke) were single winners while the team also took first in all three relay races. Abigail Humphreys captured first in the 100 backstroke and 200 freestyle to pace Greece. Delaney LaBue earned a tie for first in the 100 freestyle with a time of 56.89.
    GIRLS SOCCER
    Midlakes 1, Geneva 0 OT
    The Midlakes girls soccer team played host to Geneva on Thursday and defeated the visiting Panthers in overtime. Christina Albrecht scored unassisted with two minutes left in the second overtime period to lift the Screaming Eagles to the win. Kylie DeWilde made six saves to earn the win in goal. Andrea Torres made nine saves for Geneva (2-12-1). Midlakes finishes the regular season at 8-8-0.
    H-AC 1, Dundee 0
    Abby O'Brien recorded 13 saves in goal to lead the H-AC girls soccer team to a shutout win over Dundee. Danielle Geary notched the lone goal of the match, finding the back of the net off an assist from Danielle Fuller at the 22:12 mark. With the win H-AC improves to 4-9-2. Dundee drops to 5-10-0.
    Page 3 of 8 - South Seneca 3, Romulus 0
    Meghan Perry and Mackenzie Kenyon each posted one goal and one assist to lead the South Seneca girls soccer team to a 3-0 victory over Romulus on Thursday. Brianna Halsey added a goal and Erin Wilkins made one assist for the Falcons, while teammate Mikayla Jones notched 11 saves to earn the shutout between the pipes. Jenny Tompkins and Abigail Kime combined to make 21 saves for Romulus (6-8-1). South Seneca ends the regular season at 10-6-0.
    Mynderse 4, Honeoye 0
    The Mynderse girls soccer team improved to 9-2-4 with a shutout win over Honeoye. Gillian Lamb scored two goals to lead the Blue Devils. Kelly Reese had one goal and one assist, Erin Conley added one goal and Haleigh Bells and Mikayla Billia each provided one assist. Lauren Gee made six saves to earn the shutout in net. Aurora Straton made 12 saves for Honeoye (2-13-1).
    Pal-Mac 4, Penn Yan 0
    The Pal-Mac girls soccer team closed out the regular season with a shutout win against visiting Penn Yan. Julia Cosner posted one goal and one assist to lead the Red Raiders. Sam Gagliano, Kacie Matteson and Aldyn Savage each added a goal while Emily Blazey, Cassidy O'Lena and Hannah Dentel each provided one assist. Jessica Locey made three saves for the shutout in net. Pal-Mac (11-3-2) closes the season on a nine-game winning streak. Penn Yan finishes the regular season at 3-12-1.
    Bloomfield 1, Naples 0
    The Bloomfield girls soccer team played host to Naples on Thursday and defeated the visiting Big Green 1-0 in the final game of the regular season for both teams. Jill Marianacci scored the game-winning goal in the 21st minute of the first half off an assist from Melanie Weber for the Bombers and Lynnsie Bennett made 11 saves for the shutout. Lissa Brautigam made four saves for the Big Green. This was the second meeting of the season between Bloomfield and Naples, with the Big Green taking the first match 5-4. The win gives the Bombers an overall record of 9-5-2 and a total of 54 sectional points. Naples finishes the regular season at 11-4-1 with a total of 64.5 sectional points.
    Gananda 3, Marion 1
    Gananda earned a win over Marion in girls soccer on Thursday, scoring all three goal in a span of 11 minutes in the second half. Taylor Cimino opened the scoring in the 51st minute for the Blue Panthers, beating the keeper off a pass from Katilynn White. Caroline White scored unassisted two minutes later while Giulia Mahoney capped the scoring for Gananda with an unassisted goal in the 62nd minute. Emma Lewis scored an unassisted goal in the 69th minute for Marion (10-4-2). Sara MacDougall recorded eight saves to earn the win between the pipes. Sami Bailey notched 12 saves for the Black Knights. Gananda finishes the regular season at 12-1-3.
    Page 4 of 8 - Greece Odyssey 2, Eastridge 0
    The Greece Odyssey girls soccer team closed out the regular season with a 2-0 shutout of Eastridge. Chelsea Kartes scored 10 minutes into the game off a pass from Karissa Krautwurst to give the Leopards an early advantage. Liana Bucciarelli provided the insurance goal in the 77th minute. Vanessa Dornelus made five saves to earn the shutout in net. With the win Greece Odyssey finishes at 6-8-2. Eastridge closes the season at 3-12-1.
    Lima Christian 1, Finney 0
    The Finney girls soccer team fell to visiting Lima Christian on Thursday by a score of 1-0. Lila Trezise tallied the lone goal of the match, scoring off an assist from Tori Wilson 10 minutes into the second half. Faith Cymbal made five saves to secure the win in goal. Lima Christian moves to 8-8-0. Finney falls to 12-2-1.
    BOYS SOCCER
    Naples 2, Campbell-Savona 0
    The Naples boys soccer team closed out its regular season schedule with a 2-0 win over non-league opponent Campbell-Savona. Kyle Johnson scored both goals for the Big Green, the first at the 20:23 mark off a pass from Isaiah Tilley and the second in the 71st minute off a pass from Vincent Emrich. Gawain Robinson notched three saves to earn the shutout in net. Cody White recorded six saves for Campbell-Savona. Naples, which has outscored its opponents 47-19 this year, ends the regular season at 11-3-2, 9-2-1 in league play. Campbell-Savona drops to 3-10-1.
    Greece Odyssey 2, Eastridge 1
    Greece Odyssey defeated Eastridge 2-1 to finish the regular season with a 10-4-2 overall record. Jon Moriarty recorded both goals for the Leopards, both coming the first 10 minutes of the game. Heath Walker and Connor Cooper each made one assist and Jamie Magone recorded six saves to help Greece Odyssey clinch the No. 2 seed in the upcoming Section 5 Class B tournament. Tyler Kulp scored in the 62nd minute off a pass from Stevaughn Service for Eastridge (1-14-1).
    Penfield 2, Rush-Henrietta 1 OT
    The Penfield boys soccer team closed out the regular season with an overtime win against Rush-Henrietta. Evan Orlando game the Patriots a 1-0 lead in the 50th minute on an unassisted goal, but the Royal Comets tied the score 15 minutes later on a strike from AJ Muoio. Orlando also scored the game-winner for Penfield, beating the keeper off a pass from Peter Juliano. Jack Cipro recorded five saves to earn the win in goal, including one on a penalty kick in the 53rd minute. Penfield finishes the regular season at 5-6-4. Rush-Henrietta finishes at 6-7-3.
    Canandaigua 0, Pittsford Mendon 0
    Pittsford Mendon played host to Canandaigua on Thursday, with the game ending in a scoreless draw. Stu Frank recorded eight saves for Pittsford Mendon (7-5-4, 5-2-3). Matt Boseck made 10 saves in goal for the Braves, who finish the regular season at 7-6-3, 4-3-2.
    Page 5 of 8 - "Today's game was a good test for us as we prepare for sectional play next week," commented Canandaigua head coach Mark Annesi.
    Fairport 6, Victor 1
    The Fairport boys soccer team continued its dominant play on Thursday with a 6-1 triumph over Victor. Tom Mousso netted three goals to lead Fairport. Rani Hubeishy provided three assists in the win while Austin Deridder had one goal and one assist. Corbin Kilmer provided the lone goal for Victor (3-9-3). Fairport moves to 13-0-2. The two teams will meet again tomorrow in Fairport.
    Greece Athena 4, Hilton 0
    Andrew Loete scored a pair of goals to lead the Greece Athena boys soccer team to a shutout win over Hilton. Alexander Loete and Jordan Smith each added a goal while Francesco Monti and Mike Celestino each contributed two assists. With the win Greece Athena ends the regular season at 9-6-1, 7-2-1 in league play. Hilton finishes at 6-10-0, 3-7-0.
    Greece Olympia 3, Batavia/Alexander 0
    No stats reported. Greece Olympia (13-3-0) outscored its opponents 51-13 in the regular season. Batavia/Alexander finishes at 2-12-2.
    HF-L 2, Irondequoit 0
    Andrew Wager recorded one goal and one assist to lead HF-L to a regular season-ending win against Irondequoit. Bryan Wager tallied the second goal for the Cougars, who close at 5-9-2, 2-7-1. Irondequoit heads into postseason play with a record of 4-10-2, 1-8-1.
    Churchville-Chili 3, Spencerport 0
    The Churchville-Chili boys soccer team closed out the regular season with a win over Spencerport, giving the Saints a record of 14-1-1, 9-0-1 in league play. Tyler Randall put Churchville-Chili on the board in the 22nd minute when he scored off a pass from David Luciw. Lukas Fernandes scored three minutes later off a pass from Frank Ciliberto, with Ciliberto finding Cory L'Hommedieu in the 49th minute for the Saints' final goal. Spencerport ends the regular season at 11-4-1, 6-3-1. Churchville-Chili outscored its opponents 43-6 on the season.
    Webster Thomas 1, Webster Schroeder 0
    Webster Thomas capped the regular season with a 1-0 win over rival Webster Schroeder. Trevor Knoepfler provided the lone goal of the match in the 56th minute, beating the keeper off an assist from Tyler Kohrt. With the win the Titans improve to 7-5-4, 3-3-4. Webster Schroeder ends the regular season at 10-5-1, 5-4-1.
    Webster Christian 3, WOI 1
    The Webster Christian boys soccer team bested World of Inquiry on Thursday to improve to 14-1-0 on the season. Giovanni Coraggioso finished with one goal and one assist to lead Webster Christian. Nathaniel O'Dell added a goal while Nick O'Dell was credited with an own-goal by World of Inquiry (11-3-1).
    Page 6 of 8 - Brockport 4, Gates Chili 0
    The Blue Devils closed out their regular season slate with a 4-0 triumph over Gates Chili on Thursday. Alex Ricci finished with a pair of goals to pace Brockport. Anthony Montanaro had one goal and one assist, George Glynn scored one goal and Stephen Montfort provided one assist. Brockport heads into sectional play with a record of 4-8-4, 2-7-1. Gates Chili finishes the regular season at 1-13-2, 1-9-0.
    BOYS VOLLEYBALL
    Canandaigua 3, Midlakes 0
    The Canandaigua boys volleyball team earned a sweep of Midlakes on Thursday, taking the match 25-17, 29-27, 25-22. Sean Steedman recorded 25 digs to help the Braves improve to 4-11. Seth Welkers made 14 digs and nine kills to pace Midlakes. Chris Goodman added 22 assists and Jake Kemp had 22 digs.
    GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
    Bloomfield 3, Penn Yan 0
    The Bloomfield girls volleyball team closed out its regular season schedule with a 25-20, 25-17, 25-13 victory against Penn Yan. Peyton Robinson tallied 23 assists, four aces and four digs to power the Bombers. Audra Beechler added eight kills while Chelsea Towns chipped in seven kills. Kelly Bray made five assists to lead Penn Yan (10-8). Liz Wunder added four kills. Bloomfield sits at 16-1, 9-1 after losing its first match of the season in five games.
    Gananda 3, Clyde-Savannah 0
    The Gananda girls volleyball team defeated Clyde-Savannah 25-13, 25-10, 25-23 on Thursday to improve to 16-1, 12-1 in league play. Heather Wilson registered four kills and three blocks to pace the Blue Panthers. Emily Dean pounded out seven kills while Peyton Wyjad handed out 17 assists.
    Midlakes 3, Geneva 0
    Midlakes girls volleyball closed out the regular season with a 25-13, 25-14, 25-21 victory against Geneva on the Screaming Eagles' Senior Night. CeCe Cordero amassed 10 kills, 10 digs and four aces to pace Midlakes. Anna Coryell had 17 assists, six digs and three kills to help the Screaming Eagles improve to 17-2 on the season. Carmen Sapp made four kills and three blocks to lead Geneva (3-13, 1-11).
    Wayne 3, Pal-Mac 1
    Laura Lang posted 13 digs and six kills to lead Wayne to a 25-20, 20-25, 25-23, 25-22 win against Pal-Mac on Thursday. Brianna Schmid added eight kills and seven digs for the Eagles while Michaela Vascukynas tacked on eight digs and six kills. Tallis Polashenski racked up 20 assists, four aces and two blocks for Pal-Mac (7-9, 6-6). Suzanne Welch chipped in 13 digs and six kills while Courtney Ameele added 10 kills and five blocks. Wayne improves to 8-6, 8-4.
    Lyons 3, Williamson 0
    No stats reported. Lyons takes match 25-19, 25-14, 25-21.
    Webster Schroeder 3, Gates Chili 0
    Page 7 of 8 - No stats reported. Webster Schroeder wins 25-14, 25-16, 25-15.
    Penfield 3, Hilton 0
    No stats reported. Patriots win 25-11, 25-20, 25-22.
    Pittsford Sutherland 3, Greece Arcadia 0
    Pittsford Sutherland earned a 25-8, 25-9, 25-15 victory over Greece Arcadia on Thursday to improve to 30-2 on the season, 8-0 in league play. Monica Sanna made eight assists, seven digs and four aces to lead the Knights. Luisa Schirmer had 12 kills, two aces and two digs, Taylor Kells made 10 kills and 10 digs, Andrea Allen had 21 assists and four aces, Aliah Bowllan made 15 digs and one ace, Ann Bisognano tallied four kills and one block, Michelle Hollenberg notched three digs, two aces and one kill, Mackenzie Kaufman made two aces and two assists, Jessie Marini had two digs and two assists, Bridget Stahlecker recorded one kill, one ace and one dig, Lauren McManus made six kills and Lauren Blowers had two blocks.
    Greece Olympia 3, Canandaigua 2
    No stats reported. Greece Olympia wins 20-25, 25-23, 10-25, 25-23, 25-21.
    Irondequoit 3, Eastridge 0
    No stats reported. Eagles sweep match 25-14, 25-13, 25-8.
    Fairport 3, Churchville-Chili 0
    No stats reported. Fairport wins 25-18, 25-13, 25-19.
    WEDNESDAY'S LATE SCORES
    GIRLS SWIMMING AND DIVING
    Midlakes 102, Newark 81
    The Midlakes girls swimming and diving team improved to 4-2 with a victory over Newark on Wednesday. Sabrina Brooks (100 breaststroke, 200 IM) and Emma Loree-Findeis (100 butterfly, 200 freestyle) were double winners for the Screaming Eagles. Bailey Mahoney (500 freestyle) and Grace Gallentine (50 freestyle) were single winners while the team also took first in the 200 freestyle relay and the 400 freestyle relay. Megan Kreuser touched first in the 100 backstroke and 100 freestyle to lead Newark while teammate Alexandra House won the diving competition with a score of 228.20.
    GIRLS SOCCER
    Greece Olympia 2, Canandaigua 0
    The Greece Olympia girls soccer team closed out its regular season schedule with a win over Canandaigua on Wednesday. Jen Viterise scored off a pass from Lauren Chester in the 50th minute to break a scoreless tie. Kayla Sobb tacked on the insurance goal for the Spartans, scoring in the 75th minute off an assist from Alison Menges. Rachel Brightman recorded four saves to earn the shutout in net. Deanna Castle made 12 saves for Canandaigua (5-10). Olympia ends the regular season at 11-4-1.
    Webster Schroeder 2, Victor 1
    Webster Schroeder earned a win over Victor on Wednesday, scoring both goal in the first two minutes of the second half to secure the decision. Andrea Benson scored off a pass from Rachel Rieger for the Warriors first goal, with Brandi O'Brien scoring off an assist from Samantha Ciulla one minute later. Megan Herbst and Sara Jakobsze combined to make six saves in goal. No stats were reported for Victor (5-9-1). Webster Schroeder improves to 10-2-3.
    Page 8 of 8 - Greece Athena 1, Spencerport 1
    Spencerport played host to Greece Athena in girls soccer on Wednesday, with the game ending in a 1-1 draw. Elena Sullivan scored unassisted in the 67th minute for Spencerport (5-6-4). Sam Call made six saves in net for Greece Athena (6-6-3).
    Gates Chili 3, Hilton 2
    The Gates Chili girls soccer team defeated Hilton on Wednesday for their first win of the season. Alexandra Cunningham and Alexandra DiVasta each score for Hilton, with Courtney Robertson and Leslie Graus providing the assists. Vanessa L'Abbate made five saves in goal for the Cadets. No stats were reported for Gates Chili (1-14-0). Hilton drops to 8-3-4.
    HF-L 1, Brighton 0
    The Honeoye Falls-Lima girls soccer team knocked off Brighton on Wednesday to remain undefeated on the season. Shannon O'Leary notched the lone goal of the match, finding the back of the net off a pass from Riley Bartoo. Claire VanNewkirk made four saves to record the shutout in goal. Mary Flanagan made seven saves for Brighton (9-6-0). HF-L improves to 15-0-0.
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