Tuesday Roundup: Lewandowski scores four; Avoca continues as an offensive powerhouse

Greece Arcadia’s Tyler Lewandowski netted four goals in Greece Arcadia’s 4-0 victory on Tuesday. (Photo: PAUL GOTHAM/PICKIN’ SPLINTERS)

PAL MAC 2
WAYNE 1
Pal Mac remains undefeated in the league and 3-1 overall with the 2-1 victory over Wayne. Assisted by Jake Gallina, Evan Hurlbut put Pal Mac on the board in the 75th minute. Three minutes later, Bennett Medyn gave the Red Raiders a lead with a direct kick on goal.

EASTRIDGE 5
GREECE OLYMPIA 4
Eastridge narrowly defeated the winless Greece Olympia squad to move to 1-1 in the league. Eastridge’s Alaadin Ali dominated offensively with two goals and two assists throughout the night. Jakson Ihnatiuk scored Eastridge’s first goal and fifth goal of the night.

VICTOR 0
FAIRPORT 1
With their home triumph over Victor, Fairport moves to 5-1 on the season.

PITTSFORD MENDON 3
HONEOYE FALLS LIMA 0
Three separate scorers took part for Mendon in Tuesday’s matchup against HFL. Of the team’s five shots on goal, Alex Morley, Luke North, and Matt Bamford each landed one in the net.

GREECE ATHENA 1
HILTON 1
Athena’s Othman Belhseine opened the scoring in the 49th minute. Hilton’s Brett Wilkins connected on the equalizer less than nine minutes later. READ MORE.

WEBSTER SCHROEDER 2
WEBSTER THOMAS 0
Alex Ortiz and Mirac Karakus tallied for the Warriors.

GATES-CHILI 0
IRONDEQUOIT 0

GREECE ARCADIA 4
AQUINAS 0
Four goals, all off the foot of the same guy. Tyler Lewandowski scored within the first two minutes of play and didn’t let up until time ran out. The senior was assisted by Cooper LaValley, Ryan Karker, and Cameron Misiurewicz on his first three goals. Arcadia tallied 16 shots on goal.

LIMA CHRISTIAN 0
NORTHSTAR CHRISTIAN 4
Kasey Gilbert tallied up 19 saves for Lima Christian in their shutout loss to Northstar Christian. In the second minute of the game, Ibia Garcia Vazquez, assisted by Tim Hinds, snuck one in goal to give Northstar an early lead. Kevin Anderson scored in the 22nd minute to leave Northstar up 2-0 at the half. In the second, Josh Pickett assisted Vazquez’s goal in the 72nd minute, and, one minute later, Pickett went in himself to score the fourth and final goal for Northstar.

C.G. FINNEY 10
ROCHESTER ACADEMY CHARTER 0
Finney netted five in the first half and another five in the second. Conner Torrell assisted four and scored one.

MCQUAID 7
EDISON 0
The Knights held a 1-0 lead at the half, but they came out as an offensive force in the second half. Dan Malloy, who scored the only goal in the first, tallied three goals on the night. Isaiah Miller, Vincenzo Capezzuto, Andrew O’Hern and Andrew Brocklebank netted one goal each.

WORLD OF INQUIRY 3
SOTA 0
Yusuf Jeylani scored two of World of Inquiry’s three goals against SOTA. Dagan Merkley rounded out the scoring in the 57th minute with a goal of his own, assisted by Emmanuel Nsengiyumva.

PRATTSBURGH 0
AVOCA 5
The Avoca Tigers hosted Steuben County League rival Prattsburgh Tuesday afternoon. The undefeated Tigers continued their winning ways, improving to 7-0 on the season, with a 5-0 shutout. Sophomore Kade Slayton put the Tigers on the board on an assist from senior Ladre Stanford. Stanford struck next, scoring his 15th goal of the season, with the assist from Devin Stowe. Stanford scored again as the clock winded down in the first half, giving the Tigers a 3-0 lead at halftime. The Tigers kept the momentum in their favor. To open up scoring in the second half, junior Cameron Giglio scored his first goal of the season, assisted by Stowe. After making his way through the Prattsburgh defense and into the box, Stowe added on another with a shot over the Prattsburgh goalie’s head. The offensive power was apparent, as Avoca outshot Prattsburgh 20-2. On the season, Avoca has now outscored its opponents 31-3 on the season with five shutouts.

ARKPORT/CANASERAGA 2
HAMMONDSPORT 1

BRADFORD 2
ADDISON 1

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