Also in boys sectional lacrosse it was Gananda over Mynderse. In girls lacrosse sectional games it was Canandaigua over Spencerport and Geneva over Pal-Mac. In baseball sectional action it was Cuba-Rushford over Bloomfield. We also have Supersectional high school golf results from Monday also.
No. 8 Marcus Whitman 11, No. 9 East Rochester 5
In Rushville, ER jumped out to a 3-0 lead over Whitman with 8:05 to go in the first quarter. Connor Kelly scored Whitman's first goal with Karl Gray scoring twice to tie the game before the end of the quarter.
The Wildcats then went on to outscore the Bombers 8-2 over the three remaining quarters to gain the Class C first round win.
Kelly, with three goals and one assist, along with Gray, three goals, Oliver Oswald, two goals, and Merritt Bailey, making 14 saves in 48 minutes, led Whitman.
Jake Altman, also with three goals, led ER.
The Wildcats move into the Class C quarters where they face top-seeded Penn Yan Wednesday.
No. 7 Gananda 5, No. 10 Mynderse 4 OT
In Walworth, Trevor Schraffenberger scored the game-winner in overtime for the Blue Panthers with his team a man-up. Earlier Gananda freshman Riley Palmer had tied the game with 2:53 left, scoring his second goal. Schraffenberger also finished with two goals.
Gananda will now face second-seeded Aquinas Wednesday in the class quarterfinals.
No. 12 Honeoye Falls-Lima 15, Pal-Mac 7
No. 1 Canandaigua 21, No. 8 Spencerport 2
In Canandaigua, the CA Braves won this first round Class A game over the visiting Rangers behind seven different players scoring multiple goals and a defense that revolved around Amanda Yavorek, who made one save in the first half, and Rebecca van Laeken, who made several nice saves in the second half.
Leading the 14-3 Braves scoring was Dakotah Savitcheff, with five goals, and Kendall D’Amore, with three.
Spencerport’s two goals were scored by Brianna Morphet.
The Braves will next face No. 4 seed Victor at Eastridge 7 p.m. Wednesday.
No. 4 Geneva 9, No. 5 Pal-Mac 5
In Geneva, the visiting Red Raiders found themselves down by two goals at the half, never really making it up the rest of the way, losing by two in this first round Class C girls lacrosse game. The Panthers were led by three goals from Brooke Racicot and two goals each from Bethanny Jolly and Alisia Griffin. Teammate Hannah Burnell made seven saves.
Rylee Arnold, with three goals, Olivia Kachel, with two goals, and five saves from Megan Doyle, led Pal-Mac.
Geneva next faces top-seeded Waterloo Wednesday in the class semi’s.
No. 7 Cuba-Rushford 7, No. 10 Bloomfield 6
In Cuba, while host C-R scored two runs in the first, added a third in the third and three more in the fifth for six runs, the Bombers waited for the top of the seventh to score their six runs, setting up the hosts for a walk-off game-winning run in the bottom of the seventh.
Bloomfield, which scored their six runs on nine hits while committing seven errors on defense, was led at the plate by Jakob Albert, who went 2 for 3 with a double, Taylor Rayburn, 3 for 4, and Billy Lane, who plated the Bombers seventh-inning tying-run on a single.
Monday certainly was an interesting day at the Section 5 boys golf Supersectionals. Just before 5 p.m. play was suspended due to storms in the area. At 6:40, the round was officially shortened to nine holes, resulting in a 27-hole qualifying event.
Victor’s Tom Kolb finished with total of 118, missing the cut for next week’s NYS High School golf championship by a mere two strokes.
The overall sectional champion was Zach Ottman from Penfield, finishing with a total of 113 for the tournament. Chris Hoecker from Greece Olympia and Teddy Corcoran from Brighton both finished at 114, good for a tie for second place. Corey Haas from Cuba-Rushford and Michael Lane from McQuaid, tied for fourth place at 115.
There was a five-way playoff at 116 for four spots that was completed at 7:40 after the weather delays had ended. Corey Layton from Fairport (birdie), Jack Gianniny from Pittsford Sutherland (par), and Tyler Hill from Brockport (par) advanced after the first playoff hole when G.W. VanderZwaag (Pittsford Sutherland) and Danny Drummond (Rush-Henrietta) both made bogey.
VanderZwaag defeated Drummond on the second playoff hole with a par to Drummond’s bogey. VanderZwaag claimed the 9th and final spot to go to Ithaca on June 2-4. Drummond will be Section V's first alternate.