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  • High School Roundup: Honeoye doubles team crowned Class D champs

  • Get a recap of Friday and Saturday's high school sports action.

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  • Rain and thunderstorms forced Victor’s annual Twilight Invitational to end prematurely Friday evening. Only a few track and field events were completed before the event was canceled.
    Results from the events were not available at press time.
    In other high school sports action:
    Honeoye’s doubles team of Brian Manciocchi and Ben Cratsley won the Class D sectional championship. The duo defeated Fillmore’s Bjorn Webb and Garrett Frazier in the semifinals, 6-4, 6-2; and York’s Drake Wolfson and Alex Wolfson in the finals, 2-6, 6-1, 6-4.
    In singles, Nate Palmer of Batavia made it four-consecutive Section 5 titles with a 6-0, 6-1 win over teammate Jeff Redband in the finals. Also advancing to the state qualifying tournament in singles were Eastridge’s Justin Silva and Marcus Whitman’s John Talbot. Silva defeated Pal-Mac’s Jon Vankouwenberg 10-0 to advance and Talbot defeated Livonia’s Gabe Cunningham 10-7.
    Doubles saw a meeting of Harley-Allendale Columbia teams in the finals. The team of Jordan Benjamin and Aaron Mevorach defeated Ethan Kennedy and Walker Zuppan, 6-0, 6-0. Benjamin and Mevorach didn’t lose a game throughout the tournament. Also advancing in doubles were Batavia’s Samir Jain and Ken McMaster and Livonia’s duo of Jake Bills and Cameron Fairhead.
    Victor 16,
    Eastridge 1
    Jordon Hodder tallied four goals and one assist to lead the Blue Devils. Eric Haney and Dan Barrow chipped in three goals and an assist each, and Ryan Maloney added a goal and two assists. Goalie Matt Draveck and Troy Dowdle split time in net and Draveck made seven saves and Dowdle made one.
    Pal-Mac 15,
    Newark 2
    The Red Raiders jumped out to a 6-2 lead at halftime and shut out the Reds in the second half. Ben Reeves led Pal-Mac with four goals and three assists. Teammate Stephen Morrell added two goals and three assists.
    Kyle Power led Newark with a goal and an assist. Teammate Evan Vasquez scored once and Kyle Power had one assist. Reds goalie Cody Cornelius made nine saves in 47 minutes.
    Marcus Whitman 8,
    Mynderse 7
    The Wildcats took a 5-4 halftime lead and held on for the win. Matt Hall led Marcus Whitman with three goals, Connor Kelly scored two and Lukas Brassi had a goal and an assist. Tyler Dancause dished out five assists and Jake Alvord and Merritt Bailey scored one goal apiece. Bailey made 17 saves and allowed seven goals in 45 minutes and Tanner Smith made one save in three minutes.
    “This team has overcome some obstacles this year with some key injuries, but they have grown as a group and over the last couple of games they have grown together as a team and the results are starting to show that,” Whitman coach Bruce Teague Jr. said.
    Page 2 of 5 - Mike Barbay scored three goals for the Blue Devils and Justin Hlywa added a goal and four assists.
    Waterloo 17,
    Bloomfield-Honeoye 5
    Tim Wright tallied two goals and six assists to lead the Indians to the win. He recorded his 100th career assist in the game.
    Dave Phillips scored four goals for the Pride. Jud Hershey made 15 saves in net.
    Wayne 8,
    Midlakes 3
    No statistics available.
    Rush-Henrietta 11,
    Churchville-Chili 10
    No statistics available.
    McQuaid 18,
    Bath 11
    No statistics available.
    Gates Chili 14,
    Spencerport 6
    No statistics available.
    Brighton 9,
    Arcadia/Olympia 5
    No statistics available.
    Pittsford 13,
    Hilton 9
    No statistics available.
    Livonia 17,
    Bishop Kearney 1
    No statistics available.
    Victor 16,
    Pal-Mac 5
    Megan Maloney recorded two goals and seven assists to lead the Blue Devils. Hannah Savage added four goals and three assists, Kara Martin tallied two goals and two assists, and Bridget Flynn scored three goals.
    Rachel Rowles had two goals and an assist for the Red Raiders.
    Marcus Whitman 13,
    Mynderse 9
    Jordon Fitch scored four goals to lead the Wildcats and Emily Polizzi added two goals and three assists. Sami Gage, Paige O’Neil and Jenelle Lightfoote each had two goals and one assist.
    Geneva 7,
    Wayne 6
    Jessica Privitera, Rachael Knapp and Alex Camp scored two goals apiece for the Eagles.
    Midlakes 6,
    Marcus Whitman 5
    The Screaming Eagles won the Midlakes Tournament on Saturday, holding off the Wildcats in the championship game. Midlakes’ Alexis Baxter was the winning pitcher and went 2 for 3 with a home run and two runs scored. Teammate Abby Guillaume went 1 for 2 with a run scored and Christy Orlando scored two runs. Baxter was the tournament’s most valuable player and Guillaume made the all-tournament team.
    Sarah Hill and Rachael Scott both went 1 for 2 with a run scored for Whitman. Wildcat Caitlyn Bordwell made the all-tournament team. Whitman won its first-round game against Lyons, 10-6.
    Lyons 21,
    Bloomfield 4 (6 innings)
    The Lions defeated the Bombers in the consolation game of the Midlakes Tournament. Katy Veeder, Hannah Lester and Rashee Bostic all had three hits each for Lyons. Veeder made the all-tournament team.
    The Bombers were led at the plate by Karley Schweinfurth with two hits and Taylor Knebel with a double. Bloomfield (3-12) played the last two innings with eight players due to injuries.
    Page 3 of 5 - Midlakes 3,
    Bloomfield 2
    Abby Guillaume earned the win for the Screaming Eagles with eight strikeouts. Emily VanderHoof went 3 for 4 with an RBI and Alexis Baxter went 2 for 4 with an RBI. Midlakes scored the go-ahead run in the bottom of the sixth when VanderHoof doubled to left and scored Ali Chrisman.
    Olivia Rogers went 2 for 3 for the Bombers and Karley Schweinfurth hit a double. Delaney Joyce made the all-tournament team.
    Gananda 16,
    Sodus 1
    Dom Musso picked up the win for the Blue Panthers, striking out seven and allowing four hits and two walks. He also went 1 for 2 at the plate with an RBI and three runs. Teammate Eric Mucci went 2 for 2 with three RBI and Quinn Donnelly went 3 for 4 with two RBI.
    Midlakes 17,
    Marcus Whitman 3
    game one
    The Screaming Eagles combined to record 17 hits and Skyler Sullivan picked up the win on the mound. Sophomore Alex Naeye went 2 for 3 with a three-run home run in the fifth inning. Mason Jones hit a two-run home run, Jacob Cheney went 2 for 3 with a home run, and Mike Gelder hit a pair of doubles.
    Ryan Johnson hit a two-RBI single for the Wildcats.
    Midlakes 5,
    Marcus Whitman 4
    game two
    Seth Walker went 2 for 3 for the Screaming Eagles and scored the game-winning run in the top of the seventh. He stole third base and came home on a throwing error. These were the first two wins for Midlakes (2-15).
    John Eskind had two singles for the Wildcats and Mason Colf and Ryan Johnson both hit doubles.
    Gates Chili 8,
    Churchville-Chili 0
    The Gates Chili baseball team ran its record to 8-9 with a shutout victory over Churchville-Chili on Friday.
    Michael DiPonzio had three doubles and two RBI to pace the Spartans. Tom Harter went 2 for 3 with two RBI while Andy Graziano allowed two hits with five strikeouts over five innings to get the win on the mound.
    Kevin Van Dongen had a double for Churchville-Chili (5-8).
    Geneva 23,
    Midlakes 2
    The Geneva baseball team defeated Midlakes on Friday, pounding out 24 hits on their way to the win.
    C.J. Lorder was 2 for 4 with a double and a two-run home run to lead Geneva. Donovon Ingram went 3 for 4 with two doubles.
    Mason Jones went 2 for 3 with one RBI for Midlakes.
    Bloomfield 3,
    Marcus Whitman 0
    The Bloomfield baseball team earned a win over Marcus Whitman on Friday, holding the Wildcats to just one hit on the day.
    Page 4 of 5 - Sean Fitzgerald earned the win on the mound for Bloomfield. Chase Jackson had a triple and a run scored to pace the Bomber offense.
    Marcus Whitman 5,
    Geneva 0
    The Marcus Whitman boys tennis team defeated Geneva on Friday in a match played in pro sets.
    John Talbot (10-1), Brad Jones (10-0) and Noah Santiago (10-4) were winners in singles play for Marcus Whitman. On the doubles side the teams of Doug Payne/Chase Brown and Brian Gorton/Cody O’Connor were both 10-6 winners.
    Penn Yan 3,
    Naples 2
    The Penn Yan boys tennis team closed out its regular season schedule with a 3-2 win over Naples on Friday.
    Connor Jensen (6-0, 6-0) and Tyler Bailey (6-1, 6-2) each picked up a point in singles play for the Mustangs, while the team’s third point came at first doubles where Jeff Schiek and John Foster earned a 6-3, 6-2 win.
    Ben Pulver earned a 6-1, 6-0 win at first singles for Naples while the team of Jericho Cervantes/Gawain Robinson captured a 6-1, 5-7, 6-4 victory.
    Penn Yan ends the regular season at 9-2. Naples is 7-4.
    Honeoye 4,
    Red Jacket 3
    The Honeoye softball team defeated Red Jacket on Friday in a game shortened due to inclement weather.
    The Bulldogs got all four of their runs in the top of the third inning, with three coming on a bases-loaded triple by Kelsy Cornish.
    Chelsey Jacobs and Meghan Gerlock each had a double for Red Jacket.
    Fairport 10,
    Webster Thomas 2
    The Fairport softball team improved to 11-5 with a triumph over Webster Thomas on Friday, scoring five runs in the fourth inning to break a 2-2 tie.
    Samantha Broking was 3 for 3 with a pair of doubles and two RBI to lead the Red Raiders. Jessica Mallow went 2 for 3.
    Webster Thomas drops to 7-8.
    Pittsford Sutherland 8,
    Brighton 6
    Caitlin Hanrahan went 3 for 3 with a double and two RBI to lead the Pittsford Sutherland softball team to a win over Brighton.
    Hannah Desino added a two-run home run in the third inning for Sutherland, which scored three runs in the second, four in the third and one in the fourth after falling behind 2-0 after the first inning.
    Emily Foo and Alexis Bradshaw each pounded out two hits for Brighton.
    Pittsford Sutherland improves to 9-7.
    Naples 20,
    H-AC 0
    The Naples softball team defeated H-AC 20-0 on Friday in the first game of a double header.
    Allison Arsenault went 3 for 3 with a triple and two RBI to lead Naples.
    Page 5 of 5 - The second game of the double header was postponed due to inclement weather.
    Marcus Whitman 11,
    Bloomfield 5
    Michaela Hoover led the Wildcats with three hits, including a triple. Courtney Grippe and Racheal Scott added two hits each.
    Sophomore Taylor Knebel led the Bombers with three hits, including a triple. Brittany Hastings added two hits.
    Irondequoit 7,
    Pal-Mac 3
    The Irondequoit boys lacrosse team improved to 8-6 with a win against Pal-Mac on Friday.
    Ben Brooks scored four goals to lead the Eagles. Dan Pignato had two goals while Alex Shoemaker made 15 saves to earn the win in the crease.
    Ben Reeves had a goal and an assist for the Red Raiders and Jack DeMeyers made eight saves in net.
    Irondequoit improves to 8-6. Pal-Mac drops to 10-4.

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