Tuesday Wrap: Sheehan boosts Bloomfield; Addison and East Rochester stay perfect

Wayne’s Carmen Piccirilli (20) shields the ball from Newark’s Zachary Herd (9). Wayne downed Newark 4-0 for its third straight win. (Photo: MIKE GENTILE)

LIMA CHRISTIAN (4-8-0) 4
VERTUS (0-12-0) 0
Zeke Sonoga collected a pair of goals and an assist in the first half to lead Lima Christian over Vertus for the second time this season. Jon Gretzinger opened scoring with his fifth of the year and assisted on Sonoga’s first tally to build the lead to 2-0. Christian Slattery scored the only goal in the second half unassisted.

HONEOYE (5-8-1) 2
NAPLES (8-6-0) 1
After dropping its first game to Naples earlier in the season, Logan Thomas earned redemption by scoring two minutes into overtime for Honeoye’s third consecutive win. Jacob Slocum earned the assist on the game winner. Cameron Allison tied the game with less than eight minutes remaining in regulation on Sam Berger’s eighth helper of the year.

C.G. FINNEY (6-4-2) 0
EAST (8-4-0) 3
Jonathan Ceysaire scored twice to propel East over C.G. Finney for its sixth consecutive win. Following Ceysaire’s game-opening tally, Yohana Mpenzi connected with Glodi Mata in the first half to make it 2-nil. In the second half, Poe Si Si collected his first assist of the year on Ceysaire’s second goal of the game.

PENFIELD (4-4-3) 0
SPENCERPORT (11-2-0) 3
Frants Valodzka converted on a free kick from 30 yards out to start the scoring less than 18 minutes into the match.  Jacob Lenhard slotted a shot side netting to double the advantage midway through the second half, and senior Max LaRosa redirected a Greg Ranieri cross to put the game out of reach in the 71st minute. READ MORE.

WEBSTER THOMAS (8-3-1) 3
RUSH-HENRIETTA (1-8-3) 2
Junior midfielders Nick Harrington, Taner Goren and Brendan Hill each scored one goal apiece to lead Webster Thomas to its third win in five games. 12 minutes into the game, Harrington scored unassisted to give the Titans a 1-0 lead. Sean Malley and Cole Nadrich accounted for assists on Goren’s and Hill’s goals in the second half.

BLOOMFIELD (8-5-1) 3
HAC (5-5-3) 1
After scoring the only two goals in Bloomfield’s 2-2 tie against HAC in the previous match, Adam Sheehan tallied twice again, this time in a winning effort. Sheehan opened scoring in the 20th minute and two minutes later HAC’s lone goal scorer, Rafael Ferguson, tied the score at one with his seventh of the season. Roman Novy-Marx picked up an assist on Ferguson’s tally. The score remained tied until Ryan Pere fed Ryan Wollschleger in the 62nd minute for the go-ahead goal. Sheehan collected his 14th of the year with two minutes left in regulation to eliminate any chance of a comeback.

JASPER-TROUPSBURG (6-6-1) 2
PRATTSBURGH (10-3-1) 3
Chris Hively scored the game winner and added a helper to lead Prattsburgh to its 10th win of the season. Earlier in the year, the two sides tied at zero after 100 minutes of action. Mason Putnam registered his 19th goal of the year on an assist from Evan Campbell for Prattsburgh’s first tally. Henry Devoe added another before halftime and Hively scored the only second half goal for the Vikings.

EAST ROCHESTER (13-0-0) 8
RED CREEK (3-11-0) 0
Chuck and Russell Domm split four goals and added three assists for East Rochester’s seventh shutout victory. 10 minutes in, the duo scored and assisted two minutes apart to give the Bombers (No. 1 NYSSWA Class C) an early 2-0 lead. Jalen Patterson and Nathan Jantz added to the onslaught with two more before the 20 minute mark, making it 4-0. On top of a goal from each Domm brother, Max Wagner and Miles Sirious both tallied in the second half to match the production in the first. Michael Raschiatore, Russell Domm and Wagner each collected an assist, while Chuck Domm finished with two.

ADDISON (13-0-0) 3
CANISTEO-GREENWOOD (8-5-0) 2
Boosted by three second-half goals, Addison (No. 10 NYSSWA Class C) defeated Canisteo-Greenwood by a one-goal-margin for the second time this season. Unassisted, Thomas Jacobson put Addison on the board with his first of the year. Brennan Foster found Bradyn Coletta to make it 2-0 and Blake Driskell connected with Brayden Bills for the game winner.

GENEVA (7-5-0) 0
MYNDERSE (8-2-1) 2
Griffin Herron scored his ninth of the year to push Mynderse past Geneva in the sides’ first meeting of the season. Jake Smith accounted for the assist on Herron’s tally 15 minutes into the match. Nearly halfway through the second, Jared Hartwell doubled the lead on touches from Matthew Reardon to suppress Geneva’s offensive efforts.

BISHOP KEARNEY (5-7-0) 7
NORTHSTAR CHRISTIAN (9-2-0) 2
Evan Stevely completed his fifth hat trick of the year to lead Bishop Kearney over Northstar Christian (No. 10 NYSSWA Class D) for the second time this year. Fernando Furioso and Caleb Baraka collected two goals apiece. Casey O’Gara and Andy Duran each added two helpers while Furioso and Stevely both finished the match with one assist. Stevely is now second in Section V for goals scored with 23 total.

PENN YAN (5-8-0) 1
WATERLOO (0-12-0) 0
Unassisted, Nicholas Jarecke scored the only goal of the match in the first half as Penn Yan completed the two-game-sweep of Waterloo in the season series.

ROCHESTER ACADEMY CHARTER (1-11-0) 1
GREECE OLYMPIA (6-5-1) 7
Using six goals in the first half, Greece Olympia defeated Rochester Academy Charter for its third win in four games. On top of a three assist night, Christoph Kurzbauer found the back of the net 22 seconds into the game to give Greece Olympia the early lead. Jacob Landro and Andrew Balch each scored twice before the 20 minute mark of the match. Senior Mohammad Bakar added to the first half lead with his first tally of the season as well. Kevin Honan scored the only goal in the second half on an assist from William Buttino. Landro finished with two assists in the game as well.

ALFRED-ALMOND (6-7-0) 4
CAMPBELL SAVONA (3-11-0) 0
Senior Colton Cook scored his sixth and seventh goals of the year to lead Alfred-Almond over Campbell Savona on the road. Carsen Hann broke the game open with his first tally of the season and Ayden Burdick capped off the four-goal-night in the 60th minute. Aquila Cushing, Dylan Coots, Caleb Dailey and Hann all collected an assist.

GANANDA (4-7-1) 0
SODUS (7-6-0) 4
Playing the majority of the game with a 1-0 lead, Sodus scored three times in the final 11 minutes of the second half to down Gananda for the first time this season. Earlier in the year, Gananda defeated Sodus 3-2. Antonio Lopez scored the only goal in the first half on an assist from Marcellus Burton. Donovan Fillmore, Marquese Burton and Marcellus Burton accounted for the three consecutive tallies late in the game. Mason Karasinski assisted on two of the goals and Marquese Burton assisted on one.

FRIENDSHIP (3-9-1) 1
HAMMONDSPORT (3-10-0) 4
Using four goals in the second half, Hammondsport overcame a 1-0 deficit in its second consecutive game to earn the win. Chris Becker led the offense with two goals in the final 10 minutes of regulation. Ben Cole tied the match 11 minutes into the second half and John Wells gave Hammondsport the lead six minutes later. Ian Macdonald, Wells and Cole each collected an assist. Blake Hewitt gave Friendship the early 1-0 lead on a feed from Dekota Stewart halfway through the first half.

PAVILION/YORK (2-9-1) 0
GENESEO (11-3-0) 6
Geneseo used five different goal scorers to defeat Pavilion/York for its third consecutive league victory. Leading the way for Geneseo was Brian Ehmann with two goals and Danny Kelly with a goal and two assists. Michael Walton and Finn Robertson added to Ehmann’s opening tally for a 3-0 lead heading into halftime. James Thomas and Kelly made it 5-nil with a goal apiece in the second half. Jack Rubeck, James Hy and Josh Matthews all finished with an assist in the game. Goalkeeper AJ Agosto made seven saves in the shutout victory.

WAYNE (10-2-0) 4
NEWARK (7-7-0) 0
Matt Gentile collected a goal and three assists as Wayne won its third straight game. Kaleb Glessing, Devin LaDue and Jessie Dietz added a goal apiece in the win. Dylan Cook chipped in with an assist. Cullen Bock and Zach Mazurkiewicz combined for the shutout, Wayne’s fifth clean sheet of the season.

NORTH ROSE WOLCOTT (3-9-2) 0
WILLIAMSON (5-6-1) 0

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