Red Raiders remain unbeaten in Finger Lakes League play, which leads off our weekly recap of area sports

It’s not just the Wayne game. It’s the Wayne games.

That’s how it is when the game is tennis because there’s more than one game. And on Friday, the Palmyra-Macedon boys rolled to a 4-1 victory over rival Wayne to improve to 8-0 in the Finger Lakes League and 8-1 overall. Wayne is 4-2.

Max Delehanty locked up Pal-Mac’s first point with a 6-0, 6-1 win at first singles over Ben Schultes. Older brother Aaron Delehanty made it 2-0 with his 6-0, 6-2 win over Kyle Hadcock at second singles before Wayne’s second doubles team of Justin Piotrowski and Ryan Welch scored a 6-3, 6-2 win over Pal-Mac’s Michael Bergfjord and Alexander Brychy. 

Luke Nau won 6-4, 7-5 at third singles over Wayne’s Jeff Clark and Pal-Mac’s first doubles team of Jarrod Harwood and Jonah Stiner clinched the match with a 6-1, 6-3 win over Wayne’s Gavin Lennox and Branden Shugerts.



Sodus 10, East Rochester 4

Daniel Johnson, Marquese Burton and Maliq Burton each had two hits for Sodus.

Lyons 7, Newark 5

Kyle Evans pitched a complete game for Lyons, striking out six. Hunter Bastian hit a run-scoring double. 

Ben Cowles led Newark with a triple and two RBI.

Lyons 7, Clyde-Savannah 4

Hunter Bastian struck out nine batters for Lyons and had two hits while Kyle Evans had a double among his two hits.

Tre Kanaley led Clyde-Savannah with two singles.

Newark 7, Palmyra-Macedon 6 (8)

Lucas DeVito went 2-for-5 with two RBI for Newark and Ryan Velte drove in three runs.

Boys lacrosse

Waterloo 5, Newark 2

Tyler Colton scored two goals for Waterloo.

Parker Casselman and Forrest Blondell scored the Newark goals and Talyn Pierce made five saves.

Geneva 13, Midlakes 5

Sam Miller scored four goals and Quinn Eighmey scored three for Geneva.

Jacob Drennen made 11 saves for the Panthers.

For Midlakes, Brandon MacDonnell scored two goals and Ryan MacDonnell, Robert Middlebrook and Cory Braden each scored one.

Palmyra-Macedon 10, Wayne 9 (2OT)

Kasey Gallina had three goals and one assist and James Blazey and Nate Arnold each scored twice for Pal-Mac.

Girls lacrosse

Newark 9, Midlakes 5

Katie Thoms scored two goals and had two assists for Newark. Caitlin Chopan and Alivia Moore each scored twice and Lauren Schroo, Kalista Swan and Grace Gajan also scored.

Alexis Horn made 10 saves for the Reds.

For Midlakes, Claire DeBroover scord twice and Alaina Forbes had one goal and one assist. Sophia DelPapa and Jordan Naeye scored one goal each.

Palmyra-Macedon 16, East Rochester 2

Andra Savage had four goals and two assists and Aldyn Savage also scored four goals for the Red Raiders. 

Anna Leva had three goals and three assists and Abby Halsey scored three goals.



Wayne 5, Midlakes 4

Amanda Blakeley and Mia Black each had three hits for Wayne and Michele DiNicola had two hits, including a home run.

Natalie Schinsing led Midlakes with three hits, including a dobule, and Sam Reed had a hit.

Sodus 14, East Rochester 6

Nora McGall went 3-for-4 and Myasia Musolino drove in four runs on two hits for Sodus.

Arianna Walker was 2-for-4 with a double and two RBI for ER.

North Rose Wolcott 17-10, Marion 1-3

In Game 1, Bri Boone went 3-for-3 and Kiki Wilson had two hits for NR-W.

In Game 2, Faith Martin had three of NR-W’s 20 hits and Taylor Malchoff had two hits.

Bloomfield 7, Midlakes 6

Sierra Leitten struck out eight for the Bombers and drove in three runs with a double.

Natalie Schinsing and Hazel Kettelkamp each had two hits for Midlakes.

Midlakes 16, Marcus Whitman 4

Sara Vanderhoof went 2-for-3 with three RBI and Schinsing went 2-for-3.

Anna Fitzsimmonds struck out five and allowed three hits to get the pitching win for Midlakes.

Port Byron-III 18, Clyde-Savanah 2 (5)

JeAnna Paddock and Riley Carr each had two hits for C-S.

Hannibal 28, Clyde-Savannah 9 (5)

Kari Goebert was 3-for-3 with a double and two RBI for C-S.


Girls lacrosse

Geneva 14, Newark 10

Treasure Bruce had three goals and two assists for Geneva, and Meghan Sands had three goals and one assist.

Caitlin Chopan and Katie Thoms each scored four goals for Newark and Alexis Horn made eight saves.

Wayne 11, Midlakes 9

Mary Panepento led Wayne with five goals.

Alaina Forbes had four goals and two assists for Midlakes and Jordan Naeye scored three goals. Madison Bowman made 10 saves for Midlakes.



Midlakes 14, Waterloo 0

Ezra Maslyn pitched a complete-game two-hitter for the Screaming Eagles.

Austin Avanzato had four RBI on two hits and Jordan Maher had two hits with three RBI for Midlakes. Connor Young and Harrison Day each had three hits for Midlakes.

Mynderse 1, Palmyra-Macedon 0

Nate Tuper worked all seven innings and struck out one but took the loss for Pal-Mac. 

Pal-Mac’s only hit was a single in its first at-bat, but Jesse Kalbat didn’t allow a hit the rest of the way and struck out seven Pal-Mac batters.

Newark 5, Penn Yan 1

Zach DeVito struck out 12 and gave up two hits for Newark.

Caden Murray hit three doubles and Ben Cowles had two hits.