NO. 8 WEBSTER SCHROEDER (0-12-0) 0
NO. 1 PENFIELD (11-0-0) 4
Mark Zilist, Shane McMillan and Joe Vogt scored a goal apiece to give Penfield a 3-nil lead at halftime. Vogt added a second-half tally for the final count. Tahj Mounnarat assisted on McMillan’s goal. The shutout was the fifth straight for the Patriots and eighth this season. Penfield has allowed just four goals. Penfield will meet Victor in the semi-finals.
NO. 7 GATES-CHILI (2-11-0) 0
NO. 2 McQUAID (9-0-1) 4
Wilson Brauer finished with a hat trick to lead McQuaid into the semi-finals. Elliot Aguirre added a goal and an assist. Andrew O’Neill and Shane Fetzner both chipped in with a helper. McQuaid will face Fairport in a rematch of last year’s championship when the two teams meet in the semi-finals.
NO. 6 RUSH-HENRIETTA (3-8-0) 0
NO. 3 FAIRPORT (7-4-0) 8
Caden Brunken and Garrett Kucera scored three goals apiece to lead Fairport. Jude Rouhana added three assist for the Red Raiders which led 7-0 at halftime. Jonathan Mussumeci and Kevin Clifford scored a goal apiece. Myles Palmer, Brady Jones, Blake Petrocchi and Jordan Robinson each had an assist. Fairport will face McQuaid in the semi-finals.
NO. 5. VICTOR (6-5-0) 2
NO. 4 HILTON (6-5-0) 1
Thomas Gravino connected on a golden goal in the first overtime as Victor capped a dramatic rally to advance to the semi-finals. Trailing 1-o, Max Fiorica provided the equalizer with two minutes remaining in regulation before Gravino provided the game winner. Cody Cavuoto gave the Cadets a lead five minutes into the second half. Victor will meet Penfield in the semi-finals.
NO. 9 GREECE ARCADIA (7-5-2) 0 Advances on PKs 4-3
NO. 1 HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA (10-0-1) 0
Gabe Taylor made five saves for the shutout. Arcadia will meet Churchville-Chili in the semi-finals.
NO. 7 PITTSFORD MENDON (6-4-3) 0
NO. 2 PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND (11-1-1) 1
Jack Leahy connected in the 76th minute to lift Sutherland. Henry Goldstein assisted on the play. The Knights were without leading scorer Dylan Kladstrup who is sidelined with an injury. Sutherland will face Spencerport in the semi-finals.
NO. 5 CHURCHVILLE-CHILI (8-2-2) 3
NO. 4 GREECE ATHENA (9-3-1) 1
Trailing 1-nil, Caleb Bailey converted on a corner kick with 6:42 remaining in the first half. Less than six minutes into the second stanza, the senior attacker struck again. This time he delivered the go-ahead goal. READ MORE.
NO. 14 AQUINAS (4-9-1) 1
NO. 6 SPENCERPORT (8-2-2) 3
Joey Weaver and Patrick Uebelacker staked Spencerport to a 2-nil lead, and the Rangers did not look back. Leading 2-1 at halftime, Alex Moss added a marker with an assist from Uebelacker. Vince Ranieri had the assist on Uebelacker’s score – a header off a corner kick. Spencerport will face Pittsford Sutherland in the semi-finals.
NO. 8 GENESEE VALLEY (4-6-2) 0
NO. 1 FILLMORE (13-0-0) 3
Mitchell Ward scored twice, and Zach Herring added a goal as Fillmore rolled into the semi-finals where the Eagles will face Arkport/Canaseraga. Brent Zubikowski had an assist. Fillmore has not allowed a goal in its most recent four games.
NO. 7 C.G. FINNEY (6-5-0) 2
NO. 2 KESHEQUA (14-1-0) 8
Jacob Schiano scored three goals, and Aidan Wood added a pair of scores as Keshequa won its sixth straight game. Jordon Luther, Reese Powers and Riley Rease added a goal apiece. Powers collected three assists. Rease added two helpers. Cesar Batlle, Kellen Wood and Luther each had an assist. Keshequa will face Alfred-Almond in the semi-finals.
NO. 6. WHEATLAND-CHILI (6-7-1) 0
NO. 3 ALFRED-ALMOND (10-0-1) 4
Dylan Coots and Carsen Hann collected a goal and an assist apiece to lead Alfred-Almond into the semi-finals. Aquila Cushing and Jack Emo both scored a goal. Gavin Dwyer and Caleb Price added an assist apiece. Alfred-Almond will face Keshequa.
NO. 5 HONEOYE (5-6-0) 0
NO. 4 ARKPORT/CANASERAGA (7-2-2) 1
NO. 7 FRIENDSHIP (1-11-0) 0
NO. 2 JASPER-TROUPSBURG (6-4-0) 3
NO. 5 NORTHSTAR CHRISTIAN (4-6-0) 4
NO. 4 ANDOVER/WHITESVILLE (4-6-1) 2
NO. 7 WAYNE (4-9-1) 0
NO. 2 NEWARK (9-4-0) 1
Kaleigh Pettit scored in the second half with an assist from Megan Napoleon and Newark advanced to play Hornell in the semi-finals. Sadie DeTaeye made four saves in the win.
NO. 6 GREECE ODYSSEY (3-8-1) 0
NO. 3 HORNELL (9-3-1) 4
Hornell will play Newark in the semi-finals.
NO. 5 MIDLAKES (4-8-2) 1
NO. 4 BATAVIA (4-6-1) 1 ADVANCES ON PKs
NO. 9 MYNDERSE (5-9-0) 3
NO. 1 PENN YAN (9-3-0) 1
Madelyn Verkey collected a goal and an assist while Ella Wirth had two helpers as Mynderse advanced to meet LeRoy in the semi-finals. Jackie Sinicropi and Darby Lukowski added a goal apiece in the win. Olivia Mestan made four saves.
NO. 5 WATERLOO (6-8-0) 0
NO. 4 LeROY (7-5-1) 5
Bella Condidorio posted a hat trick including a pair of tallies in the first six minutes. Maddie Keister and Ashley Michel added first-half markers to stake the Oatkan Knights to a 4-nil lead going into the break. Maddie Keister had two assists in the win while Bryn Luckey, Amara Condidorio and Maura Dambra added an assist apiece. Keri Biggins made 13 saves for the clean sheet. LeRoy will meet Mynderse in the semi-finals.
NO. 7 NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT (4-8-0) 0
NO. 2 BATH-HAVERLING (11-2-0) 6
NO. 6 DANSVILLE (6-5-3) 3
NO. 3 WILLIAMSON (8-3-2) 1
Sidney Stone and Madison Lee connected on second-half scores as Dansville moved on to the semi-finals. Stone assisted on Amber Henchen first-half marker. Lee and Madelyn Failla both had an assist. Abby Belcher made 10 saves in the win.
NO. 8 MARCUS WHITMAN (6-5-2) 0
NO. 1 AVON (12-0-0) 4
Ellie Cochrane and Maggie Vanderbilt scored two goals apiece as top-seeded Avon advanced and will meet Holley in the semi-finals. The duo had a goal apiece in the first half for a two-goal advantage going into the break. Cochrane, Natalie Masten and Maddy Ruter each had an assist. Courtney Yencer made five saves for the shutout.
NO. 10 PEMBROKE (5-10-0) 0
NO. 2 GANANDA (9-2-0) 1
Lyndsey Valletta made 12 saves for the shutout, and Gananda advanced to meet Warsaw in the semi-finals. Natalie McCloud scored an unassisted goal in the first half that proved to be the winner.
NO. 6 ADDISON (7-2-0) 2
NO. 3 WARSAW (10-2-1) 3
Three different players provided unassisted goals, and Warsaw advanced to meet Gananda in the semi-finals. Makaylah Higgins connected in the first half while Emma Tangeman and Chloe Hubbar added second-half tallies. Sarah Cox made five saves in the win.
NO. 5 BISHOP KEARNEY/CHESTERTON (10-3-1) 2
NO. 4 HOLLEY (12-1-2) 3
Samantha Bates connected on her second goal of the game to break a two-all tie in the second half and send Holley to the semi-finals. A back-and-forth match, Halee Passarell gave the Hawks with an unassisted goal before BK/Chesterton’s Emily Tytler leveled the contest with her first of two tallies on the day. Hayley Skidmore collected an assist for Holley. BK’s Kaia Goode also had a helper. Holley will play top-seeded Avon in the next round.
NO. 8 OAKFIELD-ALABAMA/ELBA (7-6-1) 1
NO. 1 GENESEO (13-0-0) 2
Morgan Walton connected on a pair of second-half goals as Geneseo rallied to advance to the semi-finals. Lainey Scoville assisted on both tallies. Fairth Hainsworth made six saves for the win. Dakota Brinkman staked Oakfield-Alabama/Elba to a 1-nil lead at halftime. Christina Bartholomew assisted on the play. Brynn Walczak made 19 saves Oakfield-Alabama. Geneseo will play Bolivar-Richburg in the semi-finals.
NO. 7 KENDALL (8-6-1) 0
NO. 2 BYRON-BERGEN (10-4-0) 1
Mackenzie Hagen broke a scoreless tie with 19 minutes remaining in regulation, and Byron-Bergen advanced to the semi-finals. Mia Gray assisted on the play. Hope Hersom made 10 saves for the shutout.
NO. 13 PAVILION (3-11-0) 0
NO. 5 BOLIVAR-RICHBURG (10-3-1) 3
McKinlee Harris collected a goal and an assist as Bolivar-Richburg moved on to play top-seeded Geneseo in the semi-finals. Madigan Harris gave Bolivar-Richburg a first-half edge. Malayna Ayers and McKinlee Harris added second-half tallies. Aliyah Cole and Kelsey Pacer had an assist apiece. Paige Taylor made five saves for the shutout.