Results from Friday and Saturday night's high school sports.
PALMYRA — The Midlakes wrestling team went undefeated to win the Pal-Mac Duals on Saturday. The Screaming Eagles defeated Webster Thomas (60-21), Lansing (69-14), South Seneca (69-13), Canandaigua (49-27), and Pittsford (45-24).
"I thought the team wrestled very well, every guy wrestled very well," Midlakes coach Steve Howcroft said. "We had five duals and I think we ended up with six guys going undefeated. The competition was great, the teams were tough."
Will Raes (120 pounds), Ralph Mateo III (126), Derian Woodard (145), Jeryd Graham (195), Nestor Naranjo (285) and Wyatt Smith (99) all went unbeaten for the Screaming Eagles.
Midlakes improved to 6-0 on the season and the last win over Pittsford was Howcroft's 100th victory of his career.
Canandaigua went 3-2 on the day, defeating Pal-Mac (39-33), Waterloo (53-33) and Cheektowaga (38-33), while losing to Midlakes and Pittsford (37-32). Mitchell Fisher and Carlos Abarca went undefeated for the Braves.
Pal-Mac went 3-2, defeating Cheektowaga (53-30), Lancaster (41-38) and Waterloo (53-27), while losing to Canandaigua and Webster Thomas (50-27). Max Lloyd and Chris Toomey went unbeaten for the Red Raiders.
Williamson/Marion went 2-3 with wins over Canisteo-Greenwood (40-39) and South Seneca (45-33), while losing to Cheektowaga (44-37), Lancaster (51-30) and Canisteo-Greenwood (55-25).
In other high school sports action on Saturday:
Canandaigua 96, Geneva 78
The Braves won their season opener in a non-league meet. Noah Barnard was a double winner in diving (235.9) and the 100 backstroke (1:10.45). Teammate Nate Raw won the 200 free (2:04.52), Alex Baker won the 200 IM (2:27.82), Trevor Dobies won the 100 butterfly (57.35), Sean Carbary won the 100 free (51.0), Scott Richardson won the 500 free (5:44.11), and Ben Kelly won the 100 breaststroke (1:12.65).
AuSable Valley 53, Newark 52
Nicole Collins led the Reds (0-2) with 14 points at the Coaches Vs. Cancer Tournament at Skidmore College. Teammate Kenna Lauer and Jessica Shields both chipped in 13 points.
Canandaigua 74, Spencerport 26
Every player scored for the Braves in the consolation game of the Spencerport Tournament. Ian Brown led the way with 14 points, Dillon Mergenthaler and Adam Scott both scored 10, Patrick Coyne scored nine, and Mitch O'Donnell made the all-tournament team.
Irondequoit 6, Victor 1
Pat Manning scored the only goal for the Blue Devils and Christian Portland made 32 saves.
HAC 67, South Seneca 43
Junior Eric Tolhurst powered his way to 17 points and 23 rebounds to pace the Harley-Allendale Columbia Wolves in their home opener. The Falcons owned a 13-12 lead after one period, but HAC reserve Matthew Liu scored a quick eight points in the second quarter to push the Wolves into a lead they never relinquished. HAC's Amos Frye contributed eight points and 13 rebounds. South Seneca (0-2) was led by Eric Dresser with 13 points and Devin Rogers recorded nine points and eight rebounds.
Marcus Whitman 70, Naples 60
Luke Shively led the Wildcats with 23 points and 11 rebounds and Merritt Bailey added 19 points and eight rebounds. Isaiah Tilley paced the Big Green with 14 points and 16 rebounds, teammate Jason Pulver scored 11, and Tyler Holton scored 10.
Dundee 71, Honeoye 44
Justin Brace scored 22 points for the Scotsmen. Tanner Gladding led the Bulldogs with 14, and Jacob Soliday added 10.
Webster Schroeder 73, Canandaigua 48
Emmitt Holt led the Warriors with 26 points and 12 rebounds in the Spencerport Tournament. Webster led by two points at halftime and pulled away. Mitch O'Donnell and Sean Thomson scored 11 points apiece for the Braves (1-1).
Gananda 61, Marion 32
Eric Mucci scored 10 points for the Blue Panthers (2-0) and Quinn Donnelly scored eight. Connor Crego led the Black Knights with 14 points and Preston Crego scored 10.
Clyde-Savannah 65, East Rochester 46
Kam DiSanto scored 25 points to lead the Golden Eagles and Joe Faniel scored 17 points. Phineas Jacques scored 18 for the Bombers.
Victor 59, Churchville-Chili 33
The Blue Devils outscored the Saints 22-7 in the second quarter and held on for the win on Friday. Franny Valenti led Victor with 18 points and 10 rebounds. Teammate Kate Leonard scored 12 points, Kristen Simmons added nine points, and Emily Gyles added eight points and nine rebounds off the bench.
Midlakes 60, Canandaigua 52
The Braves led 20-9 after the first quarter, 29-25 at halftime, and 44-42 after the third quarter. The Screaming Eagles outscored the Braves 18-8 in the fourth quarter to win the game. Sydney Jones led Midlakes with 21 points, teammate Celia Cordero added 15 points, Katie Dejonge scored 11, and Alli Clements scored seven. Mara Sindoni led Canandaigua with 26 points and 10 rebounds, teammate Cede Castle added eight points and three steals, while Alex Cecere chipped in nine points and eight rebounds.
Beekman Town (Section 7) 51, Newark 37
The Reds lost their first game at the Coaches Vs. Cancer Tournament at Skidmore College. Kenna Lauer scored 13 points for Newark and Jessica Shields added 10 points.
Canandaigua 6, Geneva/Waterloo/Romulus 0
Ryan Heeb put the Braves (3-2) ahead in the second period and the team added five more goals in the third. Ben Myles dished out three assists and both Matt Alexander and Joe Eddinger added a goal and an assist apiece. Nick Murch, Connor Heeb and Jordan Taft also scored goals and Bryce Guay made 11 saves for the shutout.
Palmyra-Macedon 93.5, Dansville 80.5
The Red Raiders improved to 3-0 with a league-meet win on Friday. Pal-Mac opened the meet with a one-two finish in the 200-yard medley relay and followed with another one-two finish in the 200 freestyle by Gage Geldorf and Matt Gately (2:06.12 and 2:07.21) to open up a 24-6 lead. Despite a strong showing from Dansville in diving, Pal-Mac continued to pull away before putting the meet in exhibition at the 100 backstroke. Geldorf also won the 100 free (53.81). Teammate Jack DeMeyers won the 200 IM (2:20.57), and Zach Russell won the 50 free (23.85).
Naples 120, Campbell-Savona 65
Jericho Cervantes (500 free in 6:20.14 50, 50 free in 25.88) and Dane Hoselton (100 butterfly in 57.41, 100 backstroke in 56.49) were both double winners for the Big Green. Teammate Chad Plante won the 200 free (2:06.34), Kyle Pridmore won the 200 IM (2:25.08), Pablo Gutierrez won the 100 free (56.85), and Jack Brautigam won diving (116.24).
Newark 5, Mynderse 2
Avery Bueso led the Reds with a 711 series, including a 258 game.
Penn Yan 7, Wayne 0
Pete Fox led the Mustangs with a 732 series and 261 game. Salvatore Greco led the Eagles with a 671.
Newark 7, Mynderse 0
Ashley Watrous and Michelle MaGee both bowled 541 series for the Reds.
Penn Yan 5, Wayne 2
Brooke Parsons led the Mustangs with a 548 series. Rachel Selner led the Eagles with a 559 series.
Pal-Mac 41, Williamson 34
Red Raider Chris Toomey won his match by pin at 113 pounds. Teammate Adam West pinned Jacob Cino in 3:07 at 120; Emeron Bloc defeated Jacob Kommer, 17-1, at 126; Alec Ludolph defeated Derek Downy by a 7-0 decision at 132; Jake Allen defeated Ben Davies by a 5-1 decision at 138; Max Lloyd pinned Jake Willis in 1:59 at 170; and Todd Brockhuizen pinned his opponent in 1:07 at 195. For the Marauders, Anton Wendler defeated Kyle Elmer by a 7-4 decision at 106 pounds; Cameron Kerr pinned Devin Soliday in 3:18 at 145; Keanu Buda pinned Collin Greene in 46 seconds at 152; Corey Cristales defeated Charlie Hamilton by a 17-5 at 160; Troy Sperring pinned Tom Patnode in 2:42 at 182; Caron Davies defeated Greg Van Epps by a 6-0 decision at 220; and Collin Post pinned Anthony Prince in 55 seconds at 285.
Wayne 58, Newark 21
Joseph Sliwoski (99 pounds), Matthew Caccamise (106), Luke Yankloski (113), Nicholas Yankloski (120), Bryan Lantry (126), Adam Badura (195) and Dequan Brooks (220) all won matches for the Eagles. Dylan Harmon (132), Zach Barnes (145), Niko Gorsuch (152) and Josh Figueroa (160) won matches for the Reds.
Mynderse 65, Marcus Whitman 12
Wildcat Jacob Ordiway pinned Blue Devil Harley Campbell in 1:51 at 182 pounds. Teammate Jacob Lyons pinned Noah Goodall in 3:16 at 220.
Romulus 79, Red Jacket 31
Zoe McDonald led the Warriors with 17 points and 14 rebounds. Teammate Jessica Rhone scored 15 points, and Cheyenne Howe added 13 points and 11 rebounds. Corinna Capron led the Indians (0-2) with 10 points and 14 rebounds, teammate Carlye Capron scored eight points, and Shaelyn Doody grabbed eight rebounds.
Geneva 5, Marcus Whitman 2
Matt McIntyre-Williams bowled a high game of 233 for the Panthers and Doug Payne bowled the high series of 587 for the Wildcats.
Geneva 7, Marcus Whitman 0
Amber Gavette bowled a high game of 166 and high series of 453 for the Panthers.