Tuesday Wrap: Rusinko nets four in Geneva rout; Walton spins hat trick for Geneseo

Mason Rusinko (left) socred four goals in Geneva’s win. (Photo: MIKE GENTILE)

BOYS

CUBA-RUSHFORD (0-1-0) 0
WELLSVILLE (1-0-0) 1
Senior attacker Dominic Sawyer’s ninth minute goal was the difference as Wellsville won its season opener.

CANISTEO-GREENWOOD (0-1-0) 0
JASPER-TROUPSBURG (1-0-0) 2
Senior attacker Tyler Flint assisted both Jasper-Troupsburg goals: Josh Flint in the first half and Mason Terwilliger in the second.

WATERLOO (0-2-0) 0
GENEVA (2-0-0) 8
Mason Rusinko posted four goals and one assist as Geneva rolled to another win. The senior attacker scored twice in both halves and accounted for Jordan Myer’s point. Aiden Fallo, Zach Martinez and Nate Rusinko all found the back of the net. Mike Bowler and Daniel Wright were each credited an assist.

HINSDALE (0-1-0) 0
BELFAST (1-1-0) 1

ARKPORT-CANASERAGA (0-0-0)
AVOCA/PRATTSBURGH (0-0-0)

SCIO (1-0-0)
BOLIVAR-RICHBURG (1-0-0)

GENESEE VALLEY (0-0-1)
FILLMORE (1-0-0)

GIRLS

GENESEO (1-0-0) 11
MOUNT MORRIS (0-1-0) 0
Morgan Walton netted a hat trick and added a pair of assists to lead Geneseo’s season-opening rout. The freshman midfielder scored two of seven first-half goals. Walton then netted the Lady Blue Devils’ first point of the second half in the 44th minute. The 5-foot-6 freshman assisted back-to-back goals to end the first half: senior forward Lainey Scoville in the 32nd minute and sophomore midfielder Brynn Videtti a minute later. Bridget McMaster, Scoville and Videtti all buried two shots apiece. McMaster and Scoville each had an assist as well. Senior midfielder Mary Chanler added a goal and an assist. Abby Kreher scored the Lady Blue Devils’ first goal of the match.

NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT (1-1-0) 2
MIDLAKES (0-2-0) 0
Junior midfielder Hanna Stubbe netted a pair of goals as North Rose-Wolcott notched its first win. Lexi Countryman stopped 10 shots.

OUR LADY OF MERCY (1-0-0) 2
AQUINAS (0-1-0) 0
Anna Costello scored two goals as Our Lady of Mercy started its season with a road victory. The junior midfielder broke a scoreless tie in the 20th minute and added an insurance shot eight minutes later. Juniors Lilly Andreach and Sophie Dearcop were each credited an assist. Molly Maxwell recorded eight saves.

MARION (2-0-0) 6
SODUS (0-2-0) 0
Abigail Marotta and Delaney Szostak split four goals to lead Marion to its second straight win. The duo exchanged goals in the second half in which the Lady Black Knights scored five times. Marotta added a pair of assists as well: one to senior midfielder Jackie DeMarco and the other to Szostak. DeMarco had a goal and an assist. Anna Hoffman scored the Lady Black Knights’ lone point of the first half. Kami Steurrys, Alaina Taylor and Haylee Walters were each credited an assist. Junior goalkeeper Alyse Buirch only needed one save to preserve the shutout. For Sodus, senior goalie Shalena Masser had 15 saves.

RED CREEK (1-1-0) 1
WILLIAMSON (1-0-1) 3
Cadie Newby netted a pair of shots as Williamson secured its first victory. The senior forward scored back-to-back goals to start the second half: one in the 44th minute with the help of Sophia Konstantinou and another three minutes later. Konstantinou buried the first point of the game in the 34th minute. Junior goalkeeper Chloe Jordan posted eight saves. For Red Creek, freshman midfielder Abigail Sanzotta put the team on the board with five minutes remaining. Mikalah Bliss and Isabella Wilbur split time at goalie and combined for 18 saves.

LIVONIA (1-0-0) 4
DANSVILLE (0-1-0) 3 (OT)
Senior midfielder Morgan Haugh scored the go-ahead goal in the 86th minute to lift Livonia in overtime. Emily O’Duffy accounted for the score along with Jenna Leverson’s goal three minutes into the match. O’Duffy netted a shot in the 44th minute as well. Sophomore midfielder Isabelle Dennis was credited with two assists. Junior midfielder Anna Cinquino scored a goal. Senior goalkeeper Olivia Forbes posted six saves.

AVON (1-0-0) 1
WARSAW (0-1-0) 0
For Warsaw, junior goalkeeper Sarah Cox stopped 12 shots.

PAVILION (0-1-0) 1
KESHEQUA (1-0-0) 5
Emerson Willett recorded two goals and an assist to pace Keshequa to a season-opening win. The senior midfielder scored in both halves: once in the 12th minute and again in the 45th. Willett accounted for Heather Moriaty’s goal as well, which was the first of the game. Kelsey Davis and Ava Thayer netted a shot apiece. Moriaty, Catrina Pierce and Emilee Wright all had an assist. Sophomore goalkeeper Aurora Straton had a pair of saves. For Pavilion, Karlee Zinkievich scored the team’s lone goal thanks to Sydney Finch. Sophomore goalie Lauren Kingsley recorded 19 saves.

WHEATLAND-CHILI (1-0-0) 1
BYRON-BERGEN (0-1-0) 0 (OT)
Freshman midfielder Emily Parker scored the go-ahead goal in the 90th minute to lift Wheatland-Chili. Senior goalkeeper Rachel Allen only needed two saves in the shutout effort. For Byron-Bergen, senior goalkeeper Hope Hersom had 10 saves.

NOTRE DAME-BATAVIA (0-1-0) 1
HOLLEY (1-0-0) 4
Halee Passarell had two assists as Holley used a balanced attack to win its season opener. The senior midfielder accounted for Allison Lyndaker’s and Kayleigh Neale’s goals. Samantha Bates and Tatum Gagne netted the Lady Hawks’ other two shots. Emma Downey and Neale were each credited an assist. Freshman goalkeeper Emma Brady posted six saves. For Notre Dame-Batavia, Autumn Mathisen scored the team’s lone goal with the help of Emma Sission. Sophomore goalkeeper Rebeka Nickerson had 10 saves.

ALEXANDER (1-0-0) 2
PEMBROKE (0-1-0) 1
Carly Burgess and Natalie Whitmore each scored first-half goals as Alexander held on for the victory. Junior goalkeeper Sam Kabel recorded seven saves. For Pembroke, freshman midfielder Jada Everett buried a shot in the 44th minute to keep the game close.

CALEDONIA-MUMFORD (0-0-0)
YORK (0-0-0)

HORNELL (0-0-0)
BATH-HAVERLING (0-0-0)

LEROY (0-0-0)
LETCHWORTH (0-0-0)

WAYLAND-COHOCTON (0-0-0)
PERRY (0-0-0)

ATTICA (0-0-0)
LYNDONVILLE (0-0-0)

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