Monday Wrap: Domm buries six goals for East Rochester; Trio leads Bishop Kearney/Chesterton

Chuck Domm (18), seen here during action in 2019, scored six goals in East Rochester’s win. (Photo: SUE KANE)


GENEVA (1-0-0) 4
MYNDERSE (0-1-0) 0
Mason Rusinko netted a hat trick to lead Geneva to a season-opening victory. The senior attacker found the back of the net twice in a four-minute span. Rusinko put the Panthers on the board in the 17th minute and scored again with the help of junior midfielder Tony Priano. Rusinko capped off his performance by securing his third goal in the 62nd minute. Senior midfielder Jordan Myer netted a shot of his own.

GANANDA (1-1-0) 1
Schuyler Cole accounted for all of North Rose-Wolcott’s scoring with two assists and a goal. Both of the senior midfielder’s assists came in the first half: one to Caleb Murray and the other to Gilbert Seager. Cole’s lone goal was a penalty kick in the second half.

RED CREEK (0-2-0) 0
Chuck Domm exploded for six goals and one assist as East Rochester rolled to victory. The senior attacker buried five of the Bombers’ eight first-half goals, including three straight in a three-minute span. Chuck Domm capped off his performance by finding the back of the net two minutes into the second half. Russell Domm scored three goals of his own, including the Bombers’ first two of the match. Jalen Patterson and Max Magner netted a shot apiece.

WILLIAMSON (2-0-0) 5
SODUS (1-1-0) 2
John Niles and Tyrone Walker buried a pair of goals apiece as Williamson held on for the win. Both attackers scored once in the first half and again in the second. Niles gave the Marauders an early 1-0 edge in the fourth minute and extended their lead to 3-1 early in the second half. Both of the sophomore attacker’s goals were assisted by senior midfielder Ayden Cristales. Walker’s first point came on a cross from junior midfielder Jonathan Hayes for a 2-0 lead. Walker’s other goal in the 78th minute capped off the scoring and secured the victory. Senior midfielder Zachary LeBerth netted a shot of his own on a corner by Niles. For Sodus, senior attacker Donovan Fillmore cut the Marauders’ lead in half in the 33rd minute. Senior defender Mason Karasinski scored on a free kick to pull the Spartans within 3-2.

PERRY (0-1-0) 0
Sebastian Kresge paced Caledonia-Mumford to a season-opening win with a goal and an assist. The senior midfielder helped junior attacker Evan Raniwicz score the second of three first-half goals before finding the back of the net himself. Junior midfielder Alex Carnes netted the Raiders’ first point of the game.

AVON (0-1-0) 1
KESHEQUA (1-0-0) 6
Senior attackers Riley Rease and Jacob Schiano both scored a pair of goals apiece for Keshequa. Rease netted the third of the Indians’ five first-half goals and capped off the scoring with a point in the 47th minute. The senior attacker recorded two assists as well: one to Schaino and the other to Aidan Wood. Schiano buried the Indians’ first two goals of the contest and assisted Adam Hunt’s. Wood had a goal and an assist. Jordon Luther and Reese Powers posted an assist apiece.

HOUGHTON (0-1-0) 0
SCIO (1-0-0) 1 (OT)
Senior midfielder Cam Loucks scored the game-winning goal in overtime to lift Scio to the win.

ATTICA (1-0-0) 6
PEMBROKE (0-1-0) 1
Sophomores Jonah Clark and Simon Lamparelli paced a balanced Attica attack in a season-opening road victory. Lamparelli scored two of the Blue Devils’ five first-half goals, including one in the opening minute. Clark netted the team’s last point of the period and assisted Travis Kauffman’s goal. Junior midfielder Evan Dickhut record a pair of assists. Luke George and Matthew Parkhurst had a goal apiece. Daniel Biniazewski and Kyle George both posted an assist as well.

AQUINAS (0-0-1) 1

GENESEO (0-1-0) 1


LIVONIA (0-0-0)



Kaia Goode, Katie O’Gara and Morgan Williams all scored two goals apiece as Bishop Kearney/Chesterton secured the win. Williams netted the Lady Kings’ first two goals of the match. Goode and O’Gara each buried a shot in both the first and second half. O’Gara followed Williams’ second goal two minutes later and Goode had the Lady Kings’ fourth point. Goode scored again in the 45th minute and O’Gara capped off the scoring. Emily Tytler recorded a goal and an assist. Caroline O’Gara scored and Elizabeth Tantalo had an assist as well.

FRIENDSHIP (0-1-0) 0

HINSDALE (0-1-0) 0
McKinlee Harris netted two goals as Bolivar-Richburg scored thrice in the second half. Sophomore midfielder Madigan Harris buried the Lady Wolverines’ first point of the game in the 36th minute and assisted Malayna Ayers’ goal. Senior goalkeeper Paige Taylor only needed one save in a shutout effort.

WELLSVILLE (1-0-0) 1 (2OT)
Freshman midfielder Lauren Viglietta scored the game-winning goal with two minutes remaining to lift Wellsville to a season-opening victory. For Cuba-Rushford, sophomore Tara Duvall had 18 saves.

NAPLES (1-0-0) 4
BLOOMFIELD (0-1-0) 3
Senior midfielder Lillian Pridmore scored the go-ahead goal in the 76th minute as Naples eked out a road win in the season opener. Carolelyn LaPrairie netted two shots: one to give the Lady Big Green a 1-0 lead and another to break a 2-all tie. Junior midfielder Anna Quarterman followed LaPrairie’s first goal a minute later. Jesse Gordon had 12 saves. For Bloomfield, junior forward Cam Lewis tied the game at three apiece in the 60th minute. Lauren Bell and Kailee Lewis scored back-to-back goals to knot the game at two going into halftime. Senior goalkeeper Liv Caspersson stopped 10 shots.

SCIO (0-1-0) 0
BELFAST (1-1-0) 6
Harley Proctor paced Belfast with two goals and an assist. The sophomore forward netted back-to-back shots for the Lady Bulldogs and assisted on Hannah Southwick-Powers’ goal. Alicia Bowden, Anna Drozdowski and Emma Sullivan scored once apiece. Mary Hamer and Southwick-Powers both had an assist as well. Junior goalkeeper Katlin Sadler had a save. For Scio, sophomore Kiara Grover recorded seven saves as goalie.

FILLMORE (2-0-0) 5
Sophia Templeton netted a hat trick as Fillmore won its second straight. The junior midfielder scored both of the Lady Eagles’ first-half goals thanks to freshman forward Hope Russell. Templeton assisted Grace Russell’s goal as well. Junior forward Zoe Beardsley buried a shot in the 50th minute. Preslee Miller and Alex Thur split time at goalie and combined for six saves. For Genesee Valley, sophomore Ashley Burrows stopped three shots.


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