Monday Wrap: Geneseo’s McMaster spins hat trick; Ellision, Weaver lead Belfast

PHOTO CREDIT: @Leroy_Knights

GIRLS

KENDALL (3-4-1) 1
WHEATLAND-CHILI (6-3-0) 2
Niyah Rosado has spent more of her time rehabbing injuries than scoring goals this season. On Monday night, the Wheatland-Chili senior changed that. Rosado found the back of the net twice in less than five minutes, and the Wildcats won their second straight. READ MORE.

BISHOP KEARNEY/CHESTERTON (6-2-1) 5
GREECE ODYSSEY (2-3-1) 2
Katie O’Gara, Emily Tytler and Morgan Williams all recorded a goal and an assist to pace Bishop Kearney/Chesterton. Taylor Norris and Elizabeth Tantalo rounded out the scoring. Junior midfielder Kaia Goode assisted O’Gara’s goal. Akon Awouk posted 16 saves.

OUR LADY OF MERCY (4-2-0) 3
NICHOLS (VI) 0
Isabella D’Anza, Sissy Smith and Shannon Trevor all scored a goal as Our Lady of Mercy secured its third win in four games. D’Anza scored the Monarchs’ lone first-half goal in the 24th minute. Trevor added much-needed insurance in the 44th minute and Smith put the game out of reach in the 79th minute. Caroline Murphy was credited two assists and Lilly Andreach one. Junior goalkeeper Molly Maxwell accumulated 10 saves for the clean sheet.

GREECE ARCADIA (1-7-0) 2
GREECE OLYMPIA (0-6-1) 0
Isabella Fedele netted a pair of second-half goals to lead Greece Arcadia to its first win of the season. The freshman midfielder broke the scoreless tie with a 50th-minute goal and added insurance 20 minutes later. Sophomore forward Hannah Worden assisted Fedele’s first goal. Cassidy Karker and Hailey Romansky split time in goal and combined for five saves.

LIMA CHRISTIAN (0-6-0) 1
NORTHSTAR CHRISTIAN (2-3-0) 6
Katelyn Demarest paced Northstar Christian to its second win in three games with a pair of goals. The freshman midfielder led a Lady Knights attack in which they scored all six of their goals in the first half. Demarest opened the scoring with a 13th-minute shot and followed up 22 minutes later. Mia Cialdella, Bria Danesi, Breona Jones and Giana Polidori rounded out the scoring. Jones assisted Demarest’s first goal as well. Sophomore midfielder Samantha Demarest was credited a helper for Jones’s point.

MARCUS WHITMAN (3-4-1) 6
BRADFORD/DUNDEE (0-6-0) 1
Six different players scored a goal for Marcus Whitman in its second win in three games: Lana Burnett, Natalie Cotroneo, Evelyn Lambert, Katrina Marten, Morgan O’Hora and Zoelle Payne. Four of the six goals came in the first half. Burnett, Lambert and Payne all had an assist. Junior midfielder Ashley Smith helped Cotroneo’s and O’Hora’s goals. Sophomore goalkeeper Abby Kornbau had four saves. For Bradford/Dundee, senior midfielder Cheyenne Cummings scored the team’s lone goal in the 48th minute.

PEMBROKE (3-6-0) 0
NOTRE DAME BATAVIA (5-3-1) 1
Sophomore midfielder Autumn Mathisen’s 24th-minute goal was the difference for Notre Dame Batavia’s second win in three games. Rebeka Nickerson posted six saves for the clean sheet.

SPENCERPORT (8-0-0) 3
AQUINAS (4-3-0) 0
Bre DeHond netted a shot in each half as Spencerport rolled to another victory. The junior forward scored the Lady Rangers’ lone first-half goal in the 19th minute and put the game out of reach in the 48th minute. Lily Brongo rounded out the scoring with a goal and an assist. Cate Burns and Kailee DiGiacco split time in goal and combined for five saves. For Aquinas, senior goalkeeper Isabelle Schifano compiled 10 saves.

WEBSTER SCHROEDER (2-4-0) 2
VICTOR (1-4-1) 0
Annie Mulhall and Abby Neill scored a goal apiece as Webster Schroeder snapped a four-game skid. Neill netted a shot in the 31st minute and Mulhall added much-needed insurance in the 70th minute. Senior midfielder Emma Leonardo assisted both goals. Freshman goalkeeper Eliana Ockrin preserved the shutout with seven saves. For Victor, sophomore goalkeeper Ava Lattimer recorded 10 saves.

HINSDALE (2-5-1) 5
SCIO (0-5-1) 2
Ava Belec spun a hat trick to lead Hinsdale to its second win in three games. The senior forward opened the scoring in the fourth minute and extended the lead to 3-1 in the 51st minute. Belec secured the hat trick with 64th-minute shot. Christy Childs and Fransisca Childs rounded out the scoring. Fransisca Childs’ 38th-minute goal gave the Lady Bobcats a 2-1 lead they would not relinquish. Senior goalkeeper Haylee Jozwiak recorded five saves. For Scio, Lexi Crossley and Celina Warboys netted a goal apiece.

MARION (1-1-1) 1
WILLIAMSON (5-1-2) 3
Senior forward Cadie Newby scored a goal in each half as Williamson notched its fourth straight win. Junior midfielder Shaylyn Miller rounded out the scoring with a goal and an assist. Paige Jordan had two assists. Junior goalkeeper Chloe Jordan recorded three saves.

GANANDA (7-0-0) 7
SODUS (0-7-0) 0
Isabella Hoffman and Ella Lathrop recorded two goals and one assist apiece as Gananda exploded for its seventh consecutive victory. Hoffman scored in each half and Lathrop buried two of the Lady Panthers’ five second-half goals. Courtney Camp, Sydney Campbell and Natalie McLoud rounded out the scoring. McLoud assisted Camp’s goal. Freshman midfielder Katie Rothwell was credited the helper for Lathrop’s first point. Sophomore goalkeeper Lydnsey Valetta only needed one save for the shutout. For Sodus, senior goalkeeper Brianna Diaz compiled 18 saves.

MYNDERSE (2-6-0) 0
NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT (3-4-0) 4
Autumn Cole scored two goals as North Rose-Wolcott snapped a three-game skid. Reilly Batzold and Hanna Stubbe both added a goal and an assist. Junior goalkeeper Lexi Countryman recorded eight saves.

JASPER-TROUPSBURG (0-3-0) 1
ARKPORT-CANASERAGA (4-1-0) 7
Junior midfielder Julia Flaitz paced Arkport-Canaseraga’s balanced offense with two goals. The other five goals were scored by Grace Carney, Jenna Mess, Caitlin O’Dea, Guilianna Smith and Maureen Stuckey. Junior goalkeeper Emily Fuller posted six saves.

GENESEO (8-0-0) 5
CALEDONIA-MUMFORD (2-6-0) 0
Bridget McMaster led Geneseo with a hat trick and an assist. The sophomore midfielder scored back-to-back goals before securing the hat trick in the 68th minute. Abby Kreher and Mary Claire Rollins rounded out the scoring. Senior forward Lainey Scoville was credited three assists. Faith Hainsworth preserved the shutout with five saves.

HONEOYE (6-1-1) 1
BLOOMFIELD (4-2-2) 1 (2 OT)
For Honeoye, sophomore midfielder Sydney Pulver tied the game in the 60th minute on an assist from Leah Green. Gabriella Trippi recorded six saves. For Bloomfield, sophomore midfielder Ava Hawkins struck for an early lead in the 16th minute. Senior forward Lauren Bell was credited the helper. Liv Caspersson compiled six saves.

DANSVILLE (2-4-2) 2
LEROY (3-4-1) 2 (2 OT)
For Dansville, sophomore forward Madison Lee scored two goals, including the game-tying point in the 89th minute. Senior goalkeeper Mackenzie Johnson-Boser had seven saves. For LeRoy, Amara Condidorio buried a shot in the 86th minute for a 2-1 edge. Senior forward Bryn Luckey scored the first goal of the match in the 10th minute. Keri Biggins secured the tie with 15 saves.

AVON (8-0-0) 5
WAYLAND-COHOCTON (3-5-0) 2
For Wayland-Cohocton, Hannah Fairbrother and Julia Zastawrny both scored a goal. Fairbrother assisted Zastawrny’s goal as well. Sophomore goalkeeper Mackenzie Pickard accumulated 25 saves.

KESHEQUA (6-1-1) 2
YORK (5-2-1) 0
Heather Moriarty scored a goal in each half to lead Keshequa to its fourth straight win. The senior forward struck in the 20th minute and added an insurance goal in the 73rd minute. Freshman midfielder Libby Benner assisted both goals. Sophomore goalkeeper Aurora Sabins had four saves.

LIVONIA (2-7-0) 0
HORNELL (6-1-1) 3

GREECE ATHENA (4-3-1) 0
CANANDAIGUA (4-4-0) 2
Alexa Tenney and Jenna Tenney both scored a second-half goal as Canandaigua notched its third win in four games. Alexa Tenney broke the scoreless stalemate in the 61st minute before Jenna Tenney added much-needed insurance two minutes later. Freshman goalkeeper Payton Malec recorded 13 saves for the shutout.

ELBA/OAKFIELD-ALABAMA (4-4-0) 0
BYRON-BERGEN (5-4-0) 1
Eden Goff’s ninth-minute goal was the difference as Byron-Bergen snapped a two-game skid. Hope Hersom preserved the shutout with five saves. For Elba/Oakfield-Alabama, senior goalkeeper Brynn Walczak compiled 19 saves.

ALEXANDER (5-4-0) 2
HOLLEY (7-1-1) 5
Kayleigh Neale paced Holley to its third straight win with back-to-back second-half goals. The senior midfielder scored in the 51st minute and followed up 12 minutes later. Samantha Bates, Allison Lyndaker and Hayley Skidmore rounded out the scoring. Senior midfielder Halee Passarell assisted Skidmore’s goal. Freshman goalkeeper Emma Brady notched a pair of saves.

LYNDONVILLE/MEDINA (3-6-0) 4
ATTICA (1-7-1) 2
For Lyndonville/Medina, Tessa Boyce and Ella Lewis scored a goal apiece. Gracie Johnson and Maddy Satkowski were credited assists. Senior goalkeeper Paige Adkins had 12 saves.

PAVILION (1-6-0)
MOUNT MORRIS (0-7-0)

HANNIBAL (III)
RED CREEK (3-3-0)

WARSAW (5-2-0)
LETCHWORTH (1-6-0)

PERRY (1-6-0)
BATH-HAVERLING (6-1-0)

GENESEE VALLEY (5-2-0)
BELFAST (5-1-0)

BOYS

PENN YAN (4-3-0) 3
MIDLAKES/RED JACKET (0-7-0) 0
Mason MacKerchar scored two of Penn Yan’s three second-half goals as the Mustangs notched their third win in four games. Senior midfielder Bryan Smith rounded out the scoring. Tyler Griffin, Brigham Hansen and William Steele were credited assists.

PITTSFORD MENDON (3-1-2) 2
GREECE ARCADIA (3-3-0) 0
Simon Goldstein and Nicholas Leduc-Etile scored a goal apiece for Pittsford Mendon.

NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT (6-2-0) 7
RED CREEK (0-8-0) 3
For Red Creek, Austin Dominic, Mitchel Irish and Jordan Verburg all scored a goal. Hunter Hicks and Naythan Wood had an assist apiece.

BELFAST (5-2-0) 8
FRIENDSHIP (0-6-0) 2
Nick Ellision and Matt Weaver scored two goals each to lead Belfast. All four goals came as part of the Bulldogs’ five-goal first half. Weaver netted back-to-back shots in the 23rd and 26th minutes. The junior attacker assisted Ellision’s second goal as well. Ellision buried points in the 11th and 37th minutes. Jacob Buchholz, Devin Harriger, Justin Hill and Max Miller rounded out the scoring. Harriger added an assist. Sophomore midfielder Stiven Lopez was credited the helper for Hill’s goal. For Friendship, Cameron Blouvet and Jerome Harmon scored a goal apiece. Dekota Stewart and Taylor Moore both had a helper.

ARKPORT-CANASERAGA (2-2-1) 1
AVOCA/PRATTSBURGH (2-2-2) 1 (2 OT)

EASTRIDGE (3-4-0) 3
BATAVIA (4-2-0) 0

FILLMORE (8-0-0) 6
BOLIVAR-RICHBURG (3-3-2) 0

WEBSTER SCHROEDER (0-6-0)
WEBSTER THOMAS (4-1-1)

BISHOP KEARNEY (6-2-1) 11
NORTHSTAR CHRISTIAN (2-3-0) 1
Kearney won for the fifth time in six games.

CAMPBELL-SAVONA (0-2-0)
ADDISON (2-2-1)

HOUGHTON (3-2-0)
HINSDALE (1-2-2)

JASPER-TROUPSBURG (2-1-0)
HAMMONDSPORT (0-1-3)

WELLSVILLE (4-1-1)
GENESEE VALLEY (2-4-1)

LIVONIA (7-2-0)
NEWARK (2-4-1)

CUBA-RUSHFORD (1-3-1)
SCIO (2-4-2)

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