Wednesday Wrap: Domm brothers lead East Rochester; Lund lifts Wheatland-Chili

Nicholas Vallese (11) scored his team-leading sixth goal in LeRoy’s 3-1 win over Wayland-Cohocton. (Photo provided).

MYNDERSE (6-2-1) 0

Evan Hulbert scored a goal and registered an assist as Palmyra-Macedon (No. 12 NYSSWA Class B) avenged one of its two losses on the season. Hulbert assisted on Aidan Quinn’s goal just six minutes into the game. His tally came in the 77th minute and was unassisted. Sam Quick’s eighth goal of the season was the second tally for the Red Raiders in the game.

KENDALL (5-4-2) 2

Aaron Lund converted two penalty kicks to help Wheatland-Chili gain revenge on Kendall. Lund’s two goals came just four minutes apart and gave Wheatland-Chili the lead. Jack O’Shea assisted Andrew Nolan in between Lund’s tallies. Michael McCue guided Kendal to a 2-0 halftime lead. He scored his team’s first goal on an assist from Brahayan Gonzalez and assisted on a goal from Derek Edick.

ATTICA (1-7-3) 1
HOLLEY (7-3-1) 2

Two different players scored for Holley as it completed its season sweep of Attica. Kohl Morgan opened the scoring for the victors off a feed from JJ Strathern. Morgan’s goal tied him for the team lead with four on the season. Carson Major provided the difference, an unassisted goal in the second half. Ryan Meides scored Attica’s only goal in the 17th minute with the help of Daniel Biniazewski.

PEMBROKE (1-7-1) 0

Sam Pringle and Kyle Foeller scored all five goals for Byron-Bergen/Elba in its fourth straight victory. Pringle scored three of the five, giving him 18 on the season. He scored his first two in the first eight minutes of the contest. Josh Swapceinski assisted on each of Pringle’s first two goals. Pringle also scored his team’s fourth goal off a feed from Holden Brinkman. Brinkman also assisted on Foeller’s first goal. Gianni Ferrera registered the assist on Foeller’s second goal.

AVON (6-5-0) 3

Three different players scored in the first half for Avon as it held on to win its second game against Caledonia-Mumford this season. Carson Williams scored just eight minutes into the game for the victors. Sean Cochrane assisted on Williams’s goal. Cochrane then scored Avon’s second goal of the game with the help of Cam Salvati. Lee Hartke netted an unassisted goal to create a 3-0 advantage. Caledonia-Mumford tried its best to come back, getting two second-half goals. Mason Nusbickel scored the first of the two for Caledonia-Mumford. Evan Raniwicz followed Nusbickel, getting an assist from Zachary Kuhn.

LEROY (5-6-0) 3
Aidan Harrington, Ben Herrick and Nick Vallese scored a goal apiece,and LeRoy bet Wayland-Cohocton for the second time this season.

LIVONIA (7-3-2) 2
Brady Bishop scored two second-half goals in defeat for Livonia. The last time Livonia lost was to Bath-Haverling (No. 1 NYSSWA Class B). This defeat snapped an eight-game streak without a loss.

MOUNT MORRIS (3-8-0) 1
KESHEQUA (11-0-0) 4
Riley Rease scored two goals and assisted on two others and as Keshequa (No. 6 NYSSWA Class C) remained undefeated. Rease scored a goal and assisted on another all in the seventh minute. Rease’s goal was assisted by Reese Powers, while Rease assisted on Jordon Luther’s goal. Later in the first half, Rease added his second tally with the help of Hunter Stephens. Aidan Wood added an insurance goal in the second half as Rease picked up his second assist. After the big performance, Rease now had 11 goals and seven assists on the season.

HORNELL (6-4-1) 1

Adam Grover scored his 13th goal of the season as Letchworth/Warsaw bounced back after a defeat. Grover scored in the 33rd minute off an assist from Eric Woodworth. The game was tied at halftime because of a goal by Liam Hendrickson from Hornell. Hendrickson was assisted by Chase Freeland. Letchworth/Warsaw broke the game open in the second half, with Nik Eustace providing the difference. Grover assisted Eustace’s goal. John Mertsock netted an insurance goal with the help of Nick Thompson.

SOTA/NW/NE (0-9-0) 4
Andrew Balch scored four goals and recorded an assist as Greece Olympia’s offense remained hot. Greece Olympia has now scored 13 goals in its last two games. Balch scored his team’s first, third, fifth and sixth goals of the game and assisted on the second. His first and last goals were unassisted. Jacob Landro and William Buttino picked up the assists on Balch’s other two goals. Landro also scored the goal Balch assisted on and provided a helper to Muqtada Alifari. Balch is up to 12 goals and five assists on the season, while Landro now has 16 goals and nine assists.


Mikah Hoyt scored a hat trick to lead Arkport/Canaseraga. Hoyt scored Arkport/Canaseraga’s second, third and fifth goals. Ki Steiner picked up three assists on the game and two of them went to Hoyt. Kaiden Holley was the recipient of Steiner’s third helper. Josh Abraham provided the assist on Hoyt’s third goal. Abraham opened the scoring for the victors off a feed from Hoyt.

EAST (7-4-0) 2
Two different players scored for East as it won its fifth straight game and avenged a loss to School #58/World of Inquiry earlier in the season. Ben Ali Mfaume scored in the first half to opened the scoring for the victors. Jonathan Ceysaire scored the difference-maker with the help of Yohana Mpenzi. Mfaume’s goal was his ninth of the year, while Mpenzi collected his fifth assist.

SODUS (6-5-0)
Sodus won its second game against North Rose-Wolcott on the back of Ryan DeBadts’s 16th and 17th goals of the season. DeBadts scored Sodus’s first two goals of the game. Mason Karasinski and Trent Orrange-Patton each picked up an assist on DeBadts’ tallies. Marcellus Burton added the third for the victors off a feed from DeBadts. Giacarlo Tapia Castillo scored the final insurance goal with the help of Amanti Jones.

MARION (9-3-1) 2
RED CREEK (3-9-0) 1

Marion struck twice early in the second half to win its third straight game. Cameron Miller and Drew Holahan each scored goals within the first nine minutes of the second frame. Miller’s goal was his sixth of the season, while Holahan reached double digits with his tally.

GANADA (4-6-0) 1
The Domm brothers struck again to keep East Rochester (No. 1 NYSSWA Class C) undefeated. Chuck Domm picked up his Section V-leading 21st goal and added his 12th assist of the campaign in the game. Chuck Domm assisted his brother Russell’s 10th goal of the season to open the scoring for the victors. Justin Gutierrez then aided Chuck in his goal, which proved to be the game-winner. Andrew Gabbard scored in the second minute to give Ganada an early 1-0 lead.

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