Senior is just second girls tennis player in school history to reach milestone and it leads off our weekly recap of local sports

Welcome to the Century Club, kid.

Palmyra-Macedon senior Cara Graham notched career win No. 100 in tennis last week, leading the Red Raiders a split of their matches, a 4-1 loss to Mynders on Wednesday and a 4-1 win over Marcus Whitman on Thursday.

Against Mynderse, Graham became just the second girl in Pal-Mac history to reach the milestone with a 7-5, 7-5 win over Sam Pundt. 

Against Whitman on Thursday, Graham earned win No. 101 with a 6-0, 6-2 win over Rebecca Frarery. Also Thursday, Renee Wilsey won at second singles, 3-6, 6-0, 6-3. The first doubles team of Andra Savage and Heather Weaver scored a 1-6, 6-4, 7-5 win and the second doubles team of Katelyn Jones and Katherine Smith won, 6-3, 1-6, 6-3.

Thursday

Boys soccer

Newark 1, Geneva 0

Jayden Cintron converted a feed from Alejandro Caraballo at 10:27 of the first half for the only goal of the game.

Gananda 3, Red Creek 0

Steve Heumann scored the first and third goals for the Black Knights and Sean Schukraft also scored, converting a Heumann assist. All three goals for Marion came in the second half.

Williamson 4, Sodus 3

Williamson got all four goals from Justin Eaton, three of them coming in the first 15 minutes. Eaton scored his fourth goal in the 49th minute.

For Sodus, Ryan DeBadts, Collin Karasinski and Will Lamar scored goals.

Marion 2, North Rose-Wolcott 1

Girls soccer

Palmyra-Macedon 2, Mynderse 1

Madi Keller and Hannah Dentel scored for the Red Raiders, with respective assists from Jomarie McIntyre and Keller.

Felicity Brockhuizen made eight saves.

Wednesday

Boys soccer

Wayne 4, Palmyra-Macedon 4

Nick Sapienza and Gabe Martinez scored for the Red Raiders to force a 2-2 tie, but the Eagles scored twice down the stretch to pull away.

Cullen Bock scored the first two goals for Wayne and Tommy Bolt and James Flannery added the late goals.

Girls soccer

Williamson 10, Lyons 0

Alexa Jordan scored three goals, Cadie Newby scored twice Kayla Brennan made four saves for the Marauders.

Also scoring for Williamson: Kiki Hall, Autum Ressue, Maria Tavares, Sophia Konstantinou and Taylor Nuessle.

Newark 1, Gananda 0

Sydney Salone scored in the 35th minute for Newark.

Bailey McCormick made two saves for the Reds and Elizabeth Ptak made four for Gananda.

North Rose-Wolcott 3, Sodus 0

Maddie Carr scored two goals and Jenna Roelle also scored for NR-W. 

Joshanna Clark made eight saves for NR-W and Kelly Brewer made 13 for Sodus.

Tuesday

Boys soccer

Williamson 8, Gananda 2

Simon VanHoover, George Konstantinou and Justin Eaton gave Williamson a 3-0 lead before Steven Heuemann converted a penalty kick for Gananda.

Eaton then added three more goals for the Marauders to finish with four overall, and Elliott Froelicher and Hunter Byron also scored.

Jon Frost scored the second goal for the Blue Panthers.

East Rochester 1, Red Creek 0

Nathan Jantz scored in the 70th minute for East Rochester with an assist from Chuck Domm.

Marion 5, Sodus 4

Marion built a 3-0 lead with two goals from Reese Holahan and one from Jackson Taylor. Braeden Szostak and Ethan Walters scored the other two goals.

For Sodus, Colin Karasinski, Christopher Sergeant, Will Lamar and Ryan DeBadts scored.

Girls soccer

Midlakes 8, Red Jacket 4

Midlakes scored four goals in overtime, getting two each from Jordan Naeye and Alaina Forbes. Naeye and Forbes also scored two goals each in regulation.

For Red Jacket, X’ayvianna Johnson scored two goals and Isabelle Porter and Sara Vanaken scored in regulation.

Marion 4, Red Creek 0

Chloe DeLyser, Jackie DeMarco, Jade Tusch and Brianna Allen all scored goals for the Black Knights.

Emily Brown made three saves.

Byron-Bergen 4, Williamson 0

Kelsey Fuller scored all four goals for the Bees. 

Kayla Brennan made 19 saves for Williamson.