Also in softball, Newark defeated Midlakes. In baseball it was Newark over Midlakes, In girls lacrosse Pal-Mac defeated Wayne while in boys lacrosse it was Victor over Pittsford and Gananda over Mynderse.
In late Wednesday results Midlakes girls lacrosse defeated Livonia while in softball it was Romulus over Naples.
Naples 12, Bloomfield 8
In a completion of a suspended game from Monday, the Bombers put all their eggs in one basket, scoring eight runs in the second inning while the Big Green spread their runs out, highlighted by five runs in the fifth and four more in the sixth.
Sophomore shortstop Loran Fleischman led Naples with three hits including a double. Junior first baseman Allison Arsenault, and senior third baseman Mariah Hall added two hits apiece for the Big Green.
For Bloomfield Rayissa Amon, with two hits including a double, and Brittney Hastings, with two hits. led the way.
Newark 9, Midlakes 8
With the game-winner coming on a bases-loaded walk in the bottom of the seventh, Allyssa Lannon, going 2 for 3 with a three-run home run, led the host Reds while Christy Orlando, 2 for 3 with two doubles, led Midlakes.
Newark 16, Midlakes 5
In Newark, the Reds keyed their eleventh win of the season on an eleven-run fourth inning. Josh Blondell was the game's winning pitcher, giving up seven hits while striking out three and walking three. Jake Scheer, with two hits and two RBIs, Brendan Otero, with two hits, and Nick Comacho, with two hits and three RBIs, also contributed for Newark.
Jacob Kent, going 2 for 3, along with a two-RBI triple from Mike Principio represented the bulk of the Midlakes offense.
Pal-Mac 15, Wayne 2
In Ontario Center, Megan Doyle, with 10 saves, Mackenzie Holton with three goals and both Rylee Arnold and Rachel Rowles, with two goals, led the Red Raiders while Cassie DiNoto and Danielle Sents scored the Eagles's goals.
Victor 13, Pittsford 12
In Victor, with the score at 11-11, the difference in this game was two goals for Victor in the last quarter compared to just one for Pittsford.
Victor was led by senior John Maloney, scoring five goals, and teammates Max Hill, Roy Young, and Sam Byassee who each scored two goals. Blue Devil netminder Chris Saar made 10 saves.
Pittsford was led by four goals from Corey Parke, three goals from Albie DiPasquale, and two from Nino DiPasquale.
Gananda 15, Mynderse 7
In Seneca Falls, the visiting Blue Panthers, grabbed an early 8-2 lead, expanding it to an eight-goal win behind four goals each from Ian Palmer and Trevor Schraffenberger and three goals each from Collin Dotterer and Zach Rink. Teammate Steven Fisher made 12 saves.
Justin Hlywa led Mynderse with three goals.
Late Wednesday scores
Midlakes 15, Livonia 3
In Livonia, Sarah Sheppard, with six goals, and Annie Stevenson, with four goals, along with Mackenzie Hoven, who had 10 saves, led Midlakes.
Jenna Loeffler led Livonia with two goals.
Romulus 25, Naples 6
Held under the lights in Waterloo the Warriors plated eight runs in the first inning on their way to claiming this five-inning run-shortened game.
While no first names were given for Romulus, Loran Fleischman went 3 for 4 for Naples.