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  • High School Roundup: Victor girls lacrosse earns thrilling win over Webster Thomas

  • Get a recap of Tuesday's high school sports action as the Victor girls lacrosse team defeats Webster Thomas 9-8 to hand the Titans their first loss fo the season.

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  • GIRLS LACROSSE
    Victor 9,
    Webster Thomas 8
    The Victor girls lacrosse team defeated Webster Thomas 9-8 on Tuesday, moving to 6-2 overall while handing the Titans their first loss of the season.
    The Blue Devils led 6-2 with just over 19 minutes left in the second half before Webster Thomas scored four unanswered goals over the next seven minutes to tie the score.
    Victor regained the lead just over five minutes later when Hannah Savage scored off a pass from Megan Maloney. The Titans again fought back to the the score just over two minutes later, then claimed an 8-7 lead with just 2:11 left in the game.
    Out of a timeout, Alyssa Fries found Savage for the equalizer with 44 seconds left. Then, with just 22 seconds left in the game, Kara Martin scored off a pass from Fries to lift Victor to the win.
    Savage finished with five goals to lead Victor. Maloney had two goals and one assist, Martin and Allie Rupp each had one goal and Fries dished out four assists.
    Emily Resnick had three goals and one assist to lead Webster Thomas (5-1). Jessica Boddery added two goals and one assist while Rachel Cumella and Kara Houppert each scored one goal.
    HF-L 14,
    Pittsford Sutherland 7
    The HF-L girls lacrosse team defeated Pittsford Sutherland on Tuesday, overcoming a three goal deficit after less than two minutes into the game.
    Carrie Stankaitis finished with a career-high six goals to lead the Cougars. Taylor Reed added three goals while Jordan Greschow had one goal and four assists. Mariah Cudlipp made eight saves to earn the win between the pipes.
    Tori Wehner led Pittsford (5-2) with two goals and three assists.
    HF-L improves to 4-3.
    Hilton 12,
    Brockport 2
    The Hilton girls lacrosse team evened its record at 4-4 with a victory over Brockport.
    Briana Kimble scored two goals and handed out one assist to lead the Cadets. Blair Beasley added one goal and two assists.
    Brockport falls to 2-5.
    West Genesee 5,
    Penfield 4
    The Penfield girls lacrosse team fell to West Genesee on Tuesday, moving the Patriots to 3-3 on the season.
    Lindsay Gamer had two goals to lead Penfield, including one off a pass from Emma Powlin to tie the game at 4-4 with seven minutes left in the game. Powlin finished with one goal and two assists.
    West Genesee (9-0) is ranked No. 1 in the state in Class A in the most recent poll.
    Irondequoit 15,
    Webster Schroeder 3
    Jordan Roemer tallied three goals and six assists to lead the Irondequoit girls lacrosse team to victory over Webster Schroeder on Tuesday.
    Page 2 of 7 - Meghan O’Brien added two goals for the Eagles, who improved to 6-2 on the season.
    Claire Bollin scored two goals for Webster Schroeder.
    Churchville-Chili 14,
    Spencerport 2
    Churchville-Chili earned a win over Spencerport in girls lacrosse on Tuesday, moving the Saints to 3-5 on the season.
    Emily Hawryschuck posted a career-high six goals to lead the Churchville-Chili. Caroline Bennett tacked on two goals and three assists while Shannon Gray made 11 saves to earn the win in the crease.
    Spencerport drops to 2-3.
    Brighton 18,
    Fairport 2
    The Brighton girls lacrosse team ran its record to 8-1 on the season with an 18-2 win versus Fairport.
    McKenzie Harris netted four goals and handed out three assists to lead Brighton. Meghan Bowen added two goals and two assists.
    Fairport falls to 2-5.
    Mercy 16,
    East Rochester 7
    The Mercy lacrosse team picked up a victory over East Rochester on Tuesday.
    Emily Livecchi led the Monarchs with seven goals and three assists to finish with a rare 10-point game. Sydney Rowan chipped in four goals and two assists.
    Maddy Walsh led East Rochester (3-6) with three goals.
    Gates Chili 15,
    Greece Thunder 8
    The Gates Chili girls lacrosse team captured its first win of the season on Tuesday as the Spartans defeated the Greece Thunder 15-8.
    Sarah Szczepanski amassed six goals and three assists to power Gates Chili (1-4). Claire Cannon added seven goals while Gabby Gravino made nine saves to pick up the win between the pipes.
    Canandaigua 10,
    Rush-Henrietta 4
    Canandaigua moved over .500 with a win versus Rush-Henrietta.
    Kendall D’Amore led the Braves with five goals. Dakotah Savitcheff and Lauren D’Amore each chipped in two goals.
    Canandaigua improves to 5-4.
    Follow Jay Notareschi on Twitter at MPN_JNotareschi for nightly high school sport scores.
    BASEBALL
    McQuaid 10,
    Bishop Kearney 1
    The McQuaid baseball team upped its record to 7-4 with a victory over Bishop Kearney on Tuesday.
    Alex Mills went 3-for-3 with a triple and five RBI to pace the McQuaid offense. Jack Kolassa allowed one hit and struck out two over six innings to pick up the win on the mound.
    C.G. Finney 15,
    Marshall/Freddie Thomas 8
    The C.G. Finney baseball team earned its first win of the season on Tuesday with a 15-8 decision over Marshall/Freddie Thomas.
    Aaron Curtis went 5-for-5 with six RBI to lead Finney.
    Honeoye 28,
    South Seneca 3
    The Honeoye baseball team defeated South Seneca on Tuesday to improve to 3-1 on the season.
    Page 3 of 7 - Patrick McNamara finished 4-for-6 with four RBI to pace Honeoye. Justin Soliday added a 3-for-5 effort with three RBI.
    Sam Dickerson went 2-for-3 with a double to lead South Seneca.
    Brighton 4,
    Canandaigua 2
    Ryan Lawrence struck out five in a complete game three-hitter to lead Brighton to a victory against Canandaigua.
    Matt Smrcka finished with two RBI in the win.
    Austin Coyne went 2-for-3 with one RBI to lead Canandaigua, also throwing out two potential base stealers on defense.
    Wayland-Cohocton 7,
    Midlakes 4
    The Wayland-Cohocton baseball team defeated Midlakes on Tuesday to improve to 6-1 on the season.
    Connell Lanbito allowed six hits while striking out 14 to pick up the win in a complete game effort. Tyler Brown went 2-for-3 with a double, a triple and one RBI.
    Nick Brooks finished with two doubles and two RBI to lead Midlakes.
    Brockport 6,
    Penfield 3
    The Brockport baseball team improved to 7-2 on the season with a win over Penfield on Tuesday, led by Brandon Henshaw on the mound and at the dish.
    Henshaw allowed three hits over six innings to earn the win on the bump while also going 2-for-3 with one run scored. Kevin Smith added a two-run single for the Blue Devils.
    Mark Tantalo had a two-RBI single to lead the way for Penfield.
    Greece Odyssey 5,
    East Rochester 2
    Greece Odyssey ran its record to 5-2 on the season behind a fine all-around day by Eric Ricklefs.
    Ricklefs struck out seven to earn the complete game win for the Leopards while also adding three hits on offense.
    Easr Rochester drops to 5-2.
    Follow Jay Notareschi on Twitter at MPN_JNotareschi for nightly high school sport scores.
    BOYS LACROSSE
    Fairport 18,
    Churchville-Chili 2
    The Fairport boys lacrosse team improved to 8-1 with a win against Churchville-Chili on Tuesday.
    Max Gerling scored four goals and passed out four assists to power the Red Raiders, who was 11 different goal scorers on the day. Kyle Pendell won 12-of-16 face-offs.
    Churchville-Chili drops to 5-4.
    Webster Schroeder 10,
    Clarence 9
    The Webster Schroeder boys lacrosse team ran its record to 5-3 with a win over Clarence on Tuesday.
    Kenny Nelson notched two goals and three assists to lead the Warriors. Joe Saltrelli and Michael Trass each netted three goals, Marco DeBole had two goals and Brett Zilliox had one goal. Willie Klan kept Webster Schroeder in the game with a number of outstanding saves.
    Steve Weppner had three goals to lead Clarence.
    Canandaigua 17,
    Page 4 of 7 - Spencerport 4
    Brian Feldman scored six goals to lead Canandaigua to a 17-4 win over Spencerport in boys lacrosse.
    Connor Hulme added two goals and two assists for the Braves followed by Eric Munn and Mitch Schaefer each with two goals and one assist, Dan LaCrosse with three assists, Trevor Dobies with two goals and Connor Heeb and Shane Kenyon each with one goal. Luke MacNeil and Jon Gelinas combined to make seven saves in goal.
    Nick Ventrella, Kasey Olsen, Corey Sauers and Matt Kaser each had one goal for Spencerport.
    Brighton 12,
    Eastridge 2
    Greg Shinaman posted five goals and one assist to lead the Brighton boys lacrosse team to a win over Eastridge on Tuesday.
    Alex Ballatori added one goal and five assists for the Barons while teammate Max Coke chipped in three goals.
    Irondequoit 13,
    Corning-PPW 8
    The Irondequoit boys lacrosse team evened its record at 4-4 with a triumph over Corning-Painted Post West on Tuesday.
    Joel Roemer and Ben Brooks each scored four goals to fuel the Eagles. Mitchell Culver added one goal.
    Hilton 10,
    Greece Lightning 7
    Hilton moved above .500 on the season with a win against the Greece Lightning.
    Dante Giordano led the Cadets with four goals, followed by Harold Juergens with two goals.
    Sergio Rosado scored two goals to lead Greece (2-4).
    Hilton improves to 4-3.
    Pittsford 11,
    Aquinas 4
    The Pittsford boys lacrosse team improved to 8-1 with a win over Aquinas on Tuesday.
    Albie DiPasquale collected two goals and three assists to lead the Panthers. Steven Ricci added three goals followed by Brandon Barker with two goals.
    Jamison Whitfield led Aquinas (5-3) with two goals. Alex Bianchi added one goal and one assist while Alex Uhlein recorded 12 saves in goal.
    Follow Jay Notareschi on Twitter at MPN_JNotareschi for nightly high school sport scores.
    SOFTBALL
    Honeoye 23,
    South Seneca 3
    Honeoye improved to 7-1 on the season with a triumph over South Seneca on Tuesday.
    Kelsy Cornish went 3-for-4 with a triple, a home run and four RBI to power the Honeoye offense. Taylor Pestle added two triples while Courtney Witterich was 2-for-3 with a double and a triple.
    Naples 6,
    Bloomfield 4
    The Naples softball team defeated Bloomfield on Tuesday, overcoming a four run deficit after the first inning.
    Allison Arsenault had three hits, including a triple, to lead the Big Green. Loren Fleisman and Jessie Gorcica each added two hits, with Gorcica providing one RBI.
    Bloomfield drops to 1-3.
    Page 5 of 7 - Canandaigua 12,
    HF-L 1
    The Braves picked up their second win of the season with a 12-1 win over HF-L on Tuesday.
    Alyssa Gillen led Canandaigua at the plate and on the mound, going 3-for-5 from the dish while scattering five hits and striking out 12 in the complete game effort on the hill. Kaitlyn Schmeer went 4-for-5 with three RBI, Michelle Broderick was 2-for-3 with one RBI and Libby Roberts was 2-for-4 with one RBI.
    Marcus Whitman 7,
    Dundee 6
    8 innings
    The Marcus Whitman softball team earned an extra innings win over Dundee on Tuesday to improve to 5-1 in league play.
    Kiri Smith provided the game-winning run for the Wildcats with an RBI single in the top of the eighth inning.
    Michaela Hoover connected for a three-run home run with two outs in the top of the seventh inning to give Marcus Whitman a 6-5 lead, but a home run by Tristine Dombruski forced the extra frames.
    Hoover finished 2-for-5 with a home run and four RBI to lead Marcus Whitman, while Smith had two hits and two runs scored.
    Pittsford Mendon 9,
    Geneva 1
    Anna Valentine went 2-for-3 with a home run and three RBI and also struck out 15 in a complete game win to lead Pittsford Mendon to a victory against Geneva.
    Courtney Kase and Courtney Zaucha each contributed an RBI double in the win.
    Marion 6,
    Clyde-Savannah 5
    The Marion softball team earned its first win of the season on Tuesday with a 6-5 triumph over Clyde-Savannah.
    Nikki Wright went 2-for-4 with a double for Clyde-Savannah (1-5).
    Follow Jay Notareschi on Twitter at MPN_JNotareschi for nightly high school sport scores.
    TRACK AND FIELD
    BOYS
    East Rochester 94,
    South Seneca 73,
    Lyons 61,
    Penn Yan 23
    The East Rochester boys track and field team finished first in the standings at a four-team meet held at Penn Yan on Tuesday.
    Zac Shackleford (100m, 110m hurdles) and Ryan LaFountain (shot put, discus) were double event winners for East Rochester, while Jacob Hanss finished first in the 3200m. The Bombers also took first in the 4x800 relay.
    Jordan Morgan (200m) and Gino Gullo (high jump) were single event winners for South Seneca.
    Bradley Overacre finished first in the 800m, long jump and triple jump to lead Lyons. Jacob Kehoe won the 400m hurdles, Shawn Morris crossed first in the 400m and Drew McUmber won the pole vault. Lyons also took first in the 4x100 relay and the 4x400 relay.
    GIRLS
    South Seneca 96,
    Penn Yan 72,
    Page 6 of 7 - Lyons 49,
    East Rochester 39
    Emily Lavarnway (100m, high jump) and Kelsey Shaulis (1500m, 3000m) were double event winners for South Seneca in a four-team meet held at Penn Yan on Tuesday.
    Cierra Hand (100m hurdles), Jessica Rhone (shot put) and Jenny Thompkins (discus) were single event winners for the Falcons, while the team also took first in the 4x800 relay.
    Hannah Gaston (triple jump, 400 hurdles) and Heather Anderson (200m, 400m) were double event winners for Penn Yan. Stephanie Owens took first in the long jump while the Mustangs also won the 4x400 relay.
    Taylor DiSanto came in first in the pole vault to pace Lyons. The team also took first in the 4x100 relay.
    Emily Finn took first in the 800m to lead East Rochester.
    BOYS TENNIS
    Churchville-Chili 4,
    Irondequoit 3
    The Churchville-Chili boys tennis team outlasted Irondequoit on Tuesday, handing the Eagles their first loss of the season while improving to 3-1 themselves.
    Quinn Magiera won the deciding match 0-6, 7-5, 6-3 at first singles for the Saints, overcoming a 5-0 deficit in the second set. Patrick Mathews (6-0, 6-2) and Andrew Freeman (6-4, 7-5) also earned points in singles play for Churchville-Chili while the team of John Iacucci/Scott Arilotta were also victorious.
    Cam Vankerhave earned a 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 win at fourth singles for Irondequoit (6-1), while the teams of Matt Comanzo/Sean Dowd (6-2, 6-3) and Matt Herbrand/Jake Fleisher (6-2, 6-1) were also straight set winners.
    Naples 4,
    Midlakes 1
    The Naples boys tennis team earned a victory over Midlakes on Tuesday to improve to 3-1 on the season.
    Ben Pulver and Matt Cotton each earned a point in singles play for the Big Green. On the doubles side the teams of Luke Iverson/Jordan Ratt and Gawain Robinson/Jericho Cervantes were also victorious.
    Ken Shultes picked up the lone point for Midlakes (2-2) with a straight set win at second singles.
    Mynderse 3,
    Marcus Whitman 2
    The Mynderse boys tennis team outlasted Marcus Whitman on Tuesday in a contest that saw four individual matches go to extra games.
    Josh Cracknell earned a 7-5, 7-5 win at second singles for the Blue Devils while the doubles teams of Stephan McCann/Carlos Pena-Alicea (7-5, 6-1) and Devon Turner/Shivan Tewari (6-3, 2-6, 6-1) also earned a point each.
    John Talbot (6-0, 6-0) and Noah Santiago (7-5, 6-3) each picked up a point for Marcus Whitman (4-3).
    Mynderse improves to 5-0.
    Follow Jay Notareschi on Twitter at MPN_JNotareschi for nightly high school sport scores.
    GOLF
    McQuaid 239,
    Victor 251
    The McQuaid golf team topped Victor on Tuesday in a match held at Ravenwood Golf Course.
    Page 7 of 7 - Connor Raeman earned medalist honors with a 37 to lead McQuaid.
    Tom Kolb was the low finisher for Victor (5-3, 4-0).
    McQuaid improves to 8-1.
    Canandaigua 211,
    HF-L 231
    The Canandaigua golf team improved to 4-3 on the season with a win against HF-L.
    Canandaigua’s Troy Garbinski and Donald Holley each carded a one-under par 36 at Bristol Harbour Golf Course to share medalist honors. Cameron Webb added a career-best 42 for the Braves.
    Holley’s 36 was also a career-best.
     

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