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  • High School Roundup: Red Jacket baseball tops Bloomfield

  • Get a recap of Tuesday's high school sports action as Tyler Liberty tosses a complete game to lead Red Jacket to a win over league rival Bloomfield.

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    Red Jacket 14,
    Bloomfield 2
    The Red Jacket baseball team played host to Bloomfield on Tuesday and defeated the Bombers 14-2 to remain undefeated in league play.
    Tyler Liberty tossed a complete game three-hitter to lead the Indians to the victory while also finishing 2-for-3 with two RBI from the plate. Red Jacket broke the game open with a seven-run fourth inning, fueled by a three-RBI triple by Garrett Janssen.
    Bloomfield falls to 7-2, 7-1 in league play, and will host Red Jacket next Monday.
    “The season has been going great so far,” said Bloomfield head coach Mark Jacobs. “We have been doing a good job of finding different ways to win and going forward we just want to keep getting better.”
    Spencerport 15,
    Canandaigua 4
    The Spencerport baseball team played host to Canandaigua on Tuesday and defeated the Braves 15-4 to improve to 5-6 on the season.
    After falling behind 1-0 after the top of the first the Rangers responded in the bottom of the inning when Trent Egenlauf led off with a triple then scored on a sacrifice fly by Jay Perry. Canandaigua scored one run in each of the next two innings but nine runs by Spencerport in the home halves of those innings broke the game open.
    The Rangers’ three runs in the second inning were keyed by a two-out two-RBI double by Perry, followed by a single by Dylan Toole. Toole then provided a bases loaded triple in the bottom of the third to contribute to the Rangers nine runs.
    Brett Ballard added two RBI on the day for Spencerport while Justin Honan recorded a triple for his first varsity hit. Anthony Macera was 2-for-2 while also striking out five in the complete game win.
    Jordan Roeder had two triples to lead Canandaigua. Cody Cooper added a triple while Austin Coyne and Patrick Coyne each had a double.
    Waterloo 15,
    Marcus Whitman 4
    The Waterloo baseball team defeated Marcus Whitman on Tuesday, pounding out 10 hits on their way to the win.
    Nick Sessler had two hits and scored three runs to lead Waterloo. Josh Tavano picked up the win on the mound.
    Pat Doran had finished 2-fro-3 to lead Marcus Whitman.
    Mynderse 21,
    Midlakes 4
    Cody Jones, Jason Anderson, Pat Russo and Geno Pirozzolo each had three hits for Mynderse in a 21-4 win over Midlakes.
    Luke Ruddy picked up the win on the mound for the Blue Devils, who improved to 6-4 on the season.
    Alex Naeye went 2-for-3 for Midlakes.
    Wheatland-Chili 23,
    H-AC 3
    The Wheatland-Chili baseball team visited H-AC on Tuesday and went home with a 23-3 win.
    Page 2 of 7 - James Ferro went 6-for-6 with two doubles and three RBI to lead Wheatland-Chili (3-6). Mike Fazio and Brett Thompson each collected three hits.
    Sam Wiley went 1-for-1 with two runs scored for H-AC (3-6).
    Brighton 6,
    East Rochester 0
    The Brighton baseball team traveled to East Rochester to face the Bombers on Tuesday and went home with a shutout win.
    Ryan Brown went 3-for-3 with one run scored to power the Barons. Ernie Clement was 3-for-4 with three doubles.
    Greece Odyssey 4,
    Livonia 2
    The Greece Odyssey baseball team earned a win over Livonia on Tuesday, moving the Leopards to 7-3 on the season.
    Eric Rickleff struck out five over seven innings to lead Greece Odyssey on the mound. Jake Phelan had two hits and two RBI to pace the offense.
    Matt Feldman struck out 13 over seven innings for Livonia (9-4).
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    Marion 119,
    H-AC 57,
    Bloomfield 52,
    Penn Yan 31
    Samantha VanGee came in first in the 800m, 1500m and 3000m to lead Marion to a win at a four-team meet held on Tuesday.
    Mackenzie Sturtz (high jump), Liz McKay (pole vault), Jaelyn Morgan (long jump) and Kourtney Baker (shot put) were all single event winners for the Black Knights.
    Camille Dixon HAC 100m
    Heather Anderson PY 200m
    Heather Anderson PY 400m
    Isabel Hirtelen-Booker (100m hurdles) and Heather Barber (discus) were single event winners for H-AC while the team also took first in the 4x100 relay and the 4x800 relay.
    Addi Geitner was a double event winner for Bloomfield, crossing first in the 400m hurdles and the triple jump. The Bombers also took first in the 4x400 relay.
    Canandaigua 113,
    Irondequoit 28
    The Canandaigua girls track and field team defeated Irondequoit on Tuesday, placing first in 12 events.
    Selena Perrin was a triple event winner for the Braves as she won the 400m hurdles, triple jump and discus. Jessica Colmerauer was a double event winner, placing first in the 200m and 400m, while Sam Carro (100m hurdles), Kennedy Jensen (3000m), Deanna Lane (shot put), Julia Gleason (long jump - personal record 16’5.25”) and Kasey Semmler (pole vault) were all single event winners.
    Marion 94,
    H-AC 86,
    Bloomfield 42,
    Penn Yan 25
    Jared Gonzalez was a triple event winner for Marion, placing first in the 200m, 400m and the triple jump in a four-team meet held on Tuesday.
    Ian Gillens (shot put, discus) was a double event winner for the Black Knights while Brandon VanderBrook (100m) and Jared May (pole vault) were single event winners. The team also took first in the 4x100 relay.
    Page 3 of 7 - Galen Everett (110m hurdles, high jump) was a double event winner for H-AC. Aamir Zain (800m), Ben Frennett (1600m) and Russell Hegedorn (3200m) were single event winners while the team also took first in the 4x400 relay and the 4x800 relay.
    Bloomfield’s Christian Eveligh came in first in the long jump while Penn Yan’s Gregory Neuberger won the 400m hurdles.
    Irondequoit 93,
    Canandaigua 48
    The Irondequoit boys track and field team picked up a win over Canandaigua on Tuesday.
    John Elia (400m, triple jump) and Zax Klick (110m hurdles, 400m hurdles) each brought home a pair of first place finishes for the Braves. Sam Harding took first in the pole vault.
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    Marcus Whitman 8,
    Pal-Mac 6
    The Marcus Whitman girls lacrosse team defeated Pal-Mac on Tuesday, outscoring the Red Raiders 4-2 in the second half to get the victory.
    Jordan Fitch scored six goals to lead the Wildcats. Jenelle Lightfoote and Emily Polozzi each added one goal while Maggie Brown tallied seven saves between the pipes.
    Rachel Rowles led Pal-Mac wit four goals and one assist. Ashley Vanderwall and Jessica Locey each tacked on one goal while Rylee Arnold had one assist. Megan Doyle made three saves in goal.
    Eastridge 15,
    Livonia 11
    The Lancers ran their season record to 3-7 with a victor against Livonia on Tuesday.
    Shanley Austin scored eight goals and handed out two assists to lead Eastridge. Brie Freeman and Cassie Knowlton each contributed two goals.
    Ryleight Mattle scored five goals to pace Livonia (5-6).
    Red Jacket 11,
    Bloomfield 4
    The Red Jacket softball team earned an 11-4 win over Bloomfield on Tuesday.
    Hannah Morris allowed four hits and struck out three in her first varsity start for the Indians. Bailey Hixson went 3-for-4 to lead the Red Jacket offense. Taylor Strub and Emily Hotchkiss each went 2-for-4, with Strub providing two RBI.
    Madison Zenoski has a two-RBI for Bloomfield.
    Red Jacket improves to 5-1.
    Williamson 14,
    Pal-Mac 9
    The Williamson softball team bested Pal-Mac on Tuesday, scoring nine runs in the first inning on their way to the win.
    Jena Eaton led the Marauders from the plate and at the mound, going 3-for-5 with a triple and four RBI while also striking out 14 in the complete game win. Jessica Wren was 2-for-4 with a double and two RBI.
    Greece Odyssey 15,
    Edison 5
    The Greece Odyssey softball team improved to 3-5 with a win against host Edison Tech on Tuesday.
    Page 4 of 7 - Erin Mulcahy led the Leopards on the mound and at the plate, tossing a complete game two-hitter with four strikeouts while going 3-for-4 from the dish. Victoria Maldonado went 2-for-4 with three RBI.
    Amy Tran was 2-for-4 to pace Edison.
    Gananda 12,
    Lyons 0
    The Blue Panthers upped their season record to 8-2 with a shutout win over Lyons on Tuesday.
    Brianna Walker led Gananda from the mound and the plate, tossing a one-hitter with eight strikeouts to earn the win on the hill while also going 2-for-5 with a double, a triple and two RBI.
    Mikayla Bastian had a single for the Lions’ lone hit.
    Lyons falls to 9-3.
    Pittsford Sutherland 10,
    Wilson 0
    The Pittsford Sutherland softball team evened its record at 5-5 with a shutout win over Wilson.
    Sydney Flemister finished 2-for-3 with two RBI to power the Sutherland offense. Morgan Schild had two hits and scored three runs.
    Greece Athena 10,
    Spencerport 2
    Jenna Testa finished 4-for-4 with four runs scored to lead the Greece Athena softball team to a 10-2 road victory against Spencerport on Tuesday.
    Marissa McKenna was 3-for-4 with three RBI for the Trojans, who improved to 6-4 thanks in part to a complete game seven-strikeout effort by Lexi Stiewe.
    Diana Maier went 2-for-3 with a solo home run and two RBI to lead Spencerport.
    Webster Schroeder 12,
    Rush-Henrietta 0
    The Webster Schroeder softball team earned a shutout win against Rush-Henrietta on Tuesday to improve to 7-3 on the season.
    Adrianna Dilal and Amanda Colon combined for a two-hitter with 13 strikeouts to lead the Warriors. Katelyn Dennis had a 2-for-3 day with one RBI to power the offense.
    Jordyn Simmons was 1-for-3 with a double for Rush-Henrietta (3-8).
    Batavia 7,
    Gates Chili 0
    The Batavia softball team picked up its second win of the season on Tuesday led by senior Kim Walsh.
    Walsh hurled a complete game three-hitter to earn the win on the mound for Batavia while also going 3-for-4 with two RBI from the plate. Liz Meyers added two this, two RBI and two runs for the Blue Devils, who improved to 2-6 on the year.
    Yezenia Rodriguez had a double for Gates Chili (3-6).
    Follow Jay Notareschi on Twitter at MPN_JNotareschi for nightly high school sport scores.
    Penn Yan 5,
    Geneva 0
    The Penn Yan boys tennis team earned a sweep of Geneva on Tuesday, led by David Travis who picked up a 6-0, 6-0 win at first singles.
    Connor Jensen (6-1, 6-1) and Tyler Bailey (6-2, 6-1) were also winners in singles for the Mustangs while the teams of Jeff Schiek/John Foster (6-1, 6-1) and Josh Logan/Griffin Angell (6-1, 6-1) picked up points in doubles play.
    Page 5 of 7 - Geneva drops to 0-5.
    Naples 3,
    Newark 2
    The Naples boys tennis team took to the court against Newark on Tuesday and defeated the Reds 3-2, sweeping the doubles competition on their way to the win.
    The teams of Luke Iverson/Jordan Ratt (4-6, 6-3, 6-4) and Gawain Robinson/Jericho Cervantes (6-3, 6-1) were both victorious for the Big Green. Naples earned its third point at first singles where Ben Pulver picked up a 6-0, 6-4 win.
    B.J. Blair (7-5, 6-1) and Ethan Erway (4-6, 7-5, 7-6[7-1]) each earned a point for Newark.
    Marcus Whitman 5,
    Midlakes 0
    The Marcus Whitman boys tennis team improved to 6-5, 6-2 in league play, with a sweep of Midlakes on Tuesday.
    John Talbot (6-1, 6-1), Brad Jones (6-3, 6-2) and Noah Santiago each earned points in singles for the Wildcats. On the doubles side the teams of Doug Payne/Chase Brown (6-0, 6-1) and Brian Gorton/Allan Goda Jr. 6-1, 6-1) were each straight set winners.
    Midlakes drops to 2-6.
    Mynderse 5,
    Bloomfield 0
    The Mynderse boys tennis team remained undefeated at 6-0 with a sweep of Bloomfield.
    John Wilson (10-0) and Josh Cracknell (10-0) each earned a point in singles play for Mynderse. On the doubles side Stephen McCann and Gunzee Bajwa paired up for 1 10-0 win while Shivam Tewari and Quint Baxter teamed up for a 10-3 win.
    Mynderse won third singles by forfeit.
    Honeoye 4,
    Pal-Mac 1
    The Honeoye boys tennis team traveled to Pal-Mac to face the Red Raiders on Tuesday and went home with a 4-1 win.
    Ben Cratsley (6-0, 6-3) and Elijah Sacchitella (7-5, 6-4) were winners in singles play for the Bulldogs while the teams of Cody Finster/Kyle Stone (6-4, 6-1) and Dustin Tagg/Nate Brewer (6-4, 6-3).
    Jon Vankouwenberg was a 6-4, 6-2 winner at first singles for Pal-Mac (6-3).
    Honeoye improves to 4-2.
    Gunzee Bajwa (Mynderse) defeats Josh Cracknell (Mynderse) 8-7 (7-6). Both advance to sectionals.
    John Wilson/Vito Sinicropi (Mynderse) defeat Carlos Pena-Alicea/Devon Turner (Mynderse) 8-7 (7-4). Both advance to sectionals.
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    Mynderse 11,
    Newark 4
    The Mynderse boys lacrosse team improved to 7-2 with a victory over Newark on Tuesday.
    Evan Vasquez scored two goals to lead Newark (4-5). Dylan Yatteau and Kyler Power each had one goal and one assist while Andrew Garrett and Daron Thurston each had one assist.
    Page 6 of 7 - No individual stats were reported for Mynderse.
    Fairport 14,
    Penfield 10
    The Red Raiders rain their season record to 9-2 on Tuesday with a 14-10 win against Penfield.
    Fairport was led by Kevin Vaughn who scored four goals and dished out two assists. Jay Vakiener chipped in two goals and two assists.
    Jonathan Spaan recorded one goal and one assist for Penfield (4-7).
    Canandaigua 17,
    HF-L 3
    The Canandaigua boys lacrosse team defeated HF-L on Tuesday, led by four goals and four assists from Eric Munn.
    Brian Feldman added five goals and two assists for the Braves followed by Connor Moore with two goals and one assist, Connor Hulme with two goals, Dan LaCrosse and Trevor Dobies each with one goal and one assist, Joe Como and Ben Smith-Wilcox each with one goal and Mitchell Schaefer and Ben Northrup each with one assist. Michael Cuciti made five saves over the first 14 minutes in goal while Luke MacNeil and Jon Gelinas combined for four saves over the final two quarters.
    Eric Teel, Tim Breau and Pete Pluta each scored one goal for HF-L. Pete Pluta had one assist.
    “The team played very well tonight,” said Canandaigua coach Ed Mulheron. “We are continuing to improve and are getting contributions from many different players.”
    Geneva 16,
    Waterloo 4
    The Geneva boys lacrosse team traveled to Waterloo to face the Indians on Tuesday and went home with a 16-4 win.
    Sean Cunningham scored six goal and handed out two assists to lead the Panthers. Jesse Singleton added four goals, Drew Feinberg had one goal and three assists, Eddie Eddington had three goals and Ethan Bakogiannis and Jake Rotenberg each had one goal. Derek Grillone made five saves to earn the win in goal.
    Tim Wright posted three goals and one assist to lead Waterloo. Brenn Solomon added one goal.
    Spencerport 19,
    Brockport 5
    Spencerport boys lacrosse picked up a win over west-side rival Brockport on Tuesday, moving the Rangers to 4-6 on the season.
    Colin Mcelligott led Spencerport with three goals and three assists.
    Greece Thunder 12,
    Gates Chili 4
    The Greece Thunder ran their season record to 6-4 with a win against Gates Chili.
    Anthony Merola and Pat Crowe each tallied three goals and one assist to lead the Thunder.
    Mat Martin scored two goals and passed out one assist for Gates Chili (2-8).
    Pittsford 11,
    Webster Thomas 7
    The Pittsford boys lacrosse team outlasted Webster Thomas 11-7 on Tuesday in a match-up of two team ranked inside on the top 20 in Class A in New York State.
    Page 7 of 7 - Brandon Barker and Albie DiPasquale each put in four goals to lead Pittsford (11-1). Andrew Rodenhouse also finished with four points for the Panthers as he tallied one goal and three assists.
    Jake Giudice led Webster Thomas (9-2) with three goals and one assist. Kevin Hill added two goals.
    Pittsford entered the game ranked No. 10 in the state in Class A in the most recent poll. Webster Thomas came in ranked No. 16.
    Churchville-Chili 14,
    Eastrdige 1
    Ryan Cosgrove netted five goals and passed out one assist to lead the Churchville-Chili boys lacrosse team to a victory over Eastridge on Tuesday.
    Joey Johnson added three goals and two assists for the Saints while Jamie Cullen tallied eight saves to pick up the win in the crease.
    Eastridge drops to 1-10.
    Webster Schroeder 12,
    Rush-Henrietta 10
    The Warriors defeated Rush-Henrietta 12-10 on Tuesday to improve to 7-4 on the season.
    Marco DeBole scored two goals and dished out five assists t lead Webster Thomas. Mike Trass tacked one five goals and one assist.
    Nick Binnert scored three goals and handed out three assists to lead Rush-Henrietta (5-5). Nick Lenhard added three goals.
    Hilton 8,
    Greece Lightning 6
    The Hilton boys lacrosse team earned a win over the Greece Lightning on Tuesday in a record-setting effort by Derek Richards.
    Richards recorded one goal and one assist to become Hilton’s all-time leader in points.
    Conner May had two goals and one assist to lead the Lightning (3-6).
    Hilton improves to 6-4.
    Pittsford Mendon 185,
    McQuaid 194,
    Canandaigua 222
    The Pittsford Mendon golf team picked up a league win over Canandaigua on Tuesday, with the Braves also falling to McQuaid in a non-league match.
    Troy Garbinski and Donald Holley each finished with a 39 to lead Canandaigua.
    Follow Jay Notareschi on Twitter at MPN_JNotareschi for nightly high school sport scores.

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