PITTSFORD MENDON 3
GREECE ATHENA 0
Strategy or not it took just 1:49 for the Vikings to get on the board. Junior Lauren DiMarzo sent a corner kick from the far side that hit the far side netting for a quick 1-0 Mendon lead. Just under 14 minutes into the game, Bridget Merkel fed Rachel Lee in the middle of the field and from 35 yards out, buried a ball in the side netting for a 2-0 advantage. READ MORE.
CANANDAIGUA 1 OT
Paige Taylor and Nadia Nealon delivered in overtime and Brockport (4-0-1) stayed undefeated with its third straight win. Taylor scored five minutes into the first overtime session with an assist from Natalie Cuzzupoli. Nealon followed two minutes later with help from Maija Young. Allie Beaudoin gave Canandaigua the lead late in the second half with an assist from Ava Bugenhagen. Young tied the game for Brockport with three minutes left on the clock. Ella Fadale assisted on the play. Canandaigua’s Payton Malec made 19 saves.
WEBSTER THOMAS 0
Cate Burns and Katrin Althouse combined to make seven saves as Spencerport (5-0-0) notched its third shutout of the season. Burns stopped six shots in the win. Aleena Solano scored two goals late in the first half to help the Rangers to a 4-nil lead heading into the break. Lily Brongo collected three assist while Bre DeHond tallied once and had an assist. Kendall Mesh and Alyssa Hackett chipped in a goal apiece.
GREECE ODYSSEY 0
HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA 1
Maria Karipidis scored late in the first half to lift Honeoye Falls-Lima (3-0-1) to back-to-back wins. Izabela Woloszuk had an assist on the play. Emily White and Maeve O’Brien combined to make three saves in the shutout.
PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND 4
GREECE ARCADIA 0
Alexandra Bova collected a hat trick in Sutherland’s second win of the season. Bova connected late in the first half to give the Knights a 2-nil lead. The sophomore added two more scores in the second stanza. Lauren Becker started the scoring for Sutherland with an assist from Natalie Sheils. Ashlyn Harrington, Laura Bennett and Mia Marcello each had an assist in the win. Leah Kenney made one save for the shutout.
WEBSTER SCHROEDER 0
Isabella Pucci’s first-half goal proved to be the difference as Fairport (3-1-0) won its second straight game. Katie Diem assisted on the play. Brigid Mullholand made eight saves for the shutout. Webster Schroeder’s Megan Fry stopped six shots.
GREECE OLYMPIA 0
Campbell Riley lifted Batavia (3-2-1) with a goal late in the second half. Mackenzie Harmon assisted on the play. Maddie Barone made seven saves for the shutout. Olympia dropped to 2-1-0 with the loss.
Emily Fordham and Delaney Tellex scored two apiece as Penfield stormed to a 5-nil advantage in the first half. Grace Alexander contributed a goal for the Patriots. Kacie Garofalo and Natalie Giunta had an assist apiece in the win. Mikaela Campbell collected both goals for the Royal Comets. Cassidy Pearce and Avery Roberts both added an assist. Eva DiDomenico made 13 saves for R-H.
Amelia Breton and Jenna Northrup combined on a pair of second-half goals to lift Churchville-Chili. Breton broke a scoreless tie 20 minutes into the second stanza with help from Northrup. The two exchanged roles nine minutes later for a 2-nil advantage. Emma Voglewede made three saves for the win.
Caitlin Nelson had a goal and an assist as Hilton rallied to erase a two-goal deficit. Trailing 2-0 late in the first half, Nelson put the Cadets on the scoreboard with an assist from Brynn Sidebotham. Karlee Hargarther leveled the match 14 minutes into the second half. Nelson had the helper on the play. Delaney Goodenow connected on the game winner in the final minute of regulation. Sophia Strauss made eight saves in the win. Victor’s Sidney McKinnon scored twice to give Victor the early lead. Emily Galewski and Alaina Andre contributed an assist apiece.
Gianna Ryndock scored the game winner as Wayne rallied to win its second straight. Trinity Surowiec leveled the match with an assist from Aviana Derks 29 minutes into the second half. Jillian Groff made 13 saves in the win. Sierra Manning gave Eastridge the lead six minutes into the first half. Jayda Colon had the helper on the play.
MARCUS WHITMAN 1
Leah Green had two assists to help Honeoye grab a 2-nil lead. Ava Higgins gave Honeoye the lead one minute into the match. Sydney Pulver doubled the advantage 27 minutes later. Lana Burnett connected on Marcus Whitman’s lone goal early in the second half. Mickayla Scheele made five saves for the win.
Natalie Bates collected three assists while Kaleigh Pettit and Xiomara Coleman had two goals apiece to lead Newark. Megan Napoleon opened the scoring midway through the first half and later added an assist as Newark took a 3-nil lead into halftime. Isabel Robinson and Madison Horton added a goal apiece in the win. Pettit added an assist. Emma Thayer made two saves for the shutout. Mara Deisering stopped 16 shots for Midlakes.
RED JACKET 1
Olivia Strader and Anna Thomas scored back-to-back goals early in the first half to give HAC a lead it did not surrender. Chloe Fowler and Katherine Winchester added an assist apiece in the win. Jenna North scored Red Jacket’s goal with an assist from Victoria Hegarty.
LIMA CHRISTIAN 0
BISHOP KEARNEY 12
Kaia Goode and Morgan Williams scored four goals apiece to lead Kearney. Sophia McMullen added a goal and an assist. Caroline O’Gara contributed a helper. Akon Awouk and Kennedy Boston combined for the shutout. Boston made four saves.
MOUNT MORRIS 0
McKenna Kelly notched a pair of first-half goals to lead Perry. Brooke Westfall and Lydia Chiappone had an assist apiece. Aurora Perry made four saves for the shutout.
LE ROY 0
Mary Claire Rollins connected on a first-half tally, and Rachel Matthews added to the lead in the second half. Morgan Wolcott and Maddy Mark had an assist apiece. Caroline Capel stopped seven shots for her first career shutout.
“It was great to be able to open divisional play with a win,” Geneseo coach Nicholas Drollette said. “The girls executed the game plan well and worked very hard. As a young team I am always hoping to see improvement each time out and I have definitely seen the girls raise the bar each game.”
BATAVIA-NOTRE DAME 3
Alezya Brown’s goal late in the second half lifted Kendall. T’Mia Kitchings assisted on the play. Megan Gates gave Kendall the lead 16 minutes into the match with an assist from Ava Quintern. Wheatland-Chili’s Emily Parker leveled the match one minute later with help from Grace Braselton.
Jayden Mullen scored three first-half goals to pace Alexander to a 3-nil lead after 40 minutes. Alexis Dodge and Natalie Whitmore added two goals apiece in the second half. Carly Burgess also found the back of the net. Sally Laduke had two assists. Burgess, Whitmore and Allison Kelly each contributed a helper.
Morgan Langdon and Chloe Hubbard both scored while Sarah Cox made four saves for the shutout. Carly Wick assisted on Langdon’s goal.
Maddie Failla scored an unassisted goal early in the first half, and Abbey Belcher made it stand with her fourth shutout of the season. Belcher stopped nine shots in the win.
PENN YAN 10
Libby Volsey stopped 15 shots for the shutout. Peytyn Geer and Alaina Engert scored a goal apiece. Sydnee Emerson had an assist on both tallies.
GENESEE VALLEY/BELFAST 2
MIDLAKES/RED JACKET 0
GREECE OLYMPIA 7
WILSON/MONROE/EARLY COLLEGE 3
WORLD OF INQUIRY/EDISON/FRANKLIN/SOTA 2 OT
Eh Law Kyaw’s golden goal in the final minute of overtime lifted Wilson/Monroe/Early College. Willmer Tamat Semet assisted on the game winner. Evan Walls scored in the first half with an assist from Kyaw. Pah Gay added a goal with help from Anold Nahimana.
EAST ROCHESTER 1
Kyle Zerbe collected two goals and an assist while Bradyn Orbaker added a tally and a helper to lead Sodus. Jose Zuniga Vega started the scoring with an assist from Mason Karasinski. Zerbe made it a 2-nil game early in the second half. Logan Bulman closed the scoring with an assist from Brady McCarthy. Karasinski had two assists in the game.
NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT 5
Tyrone Walker paced Williamson with two goals and an assist. Tim Niles and John Niles added a tally apiece. Troy Ingham had two assists.
Ezra Hoad connected four minutes into the second half to lift Bath-Haverling (4-0-0). Zach Musso assisted on the play. A.J. Brotz made five saves for the shutout. The Rams have not allowed a goal this season and have outscored opponents by a combined total of 15-0.
NORTHSTAR CHRISTIAN 2
C.G. FINNEY 6
Gianni Mineccia and Cosimo Ragionieri scored two goals apiece while James Sidorsihin had a goal and an assist to lead Finney. Martin Helguera added an unassisted marker along with a helper in the win. Octavio Gefell and Ryan Lewis both had an assist.
Ben Edwards had a goal and an assist while Trent Cobin added two helpers in the win. Hunter McCaffery and Derek Jackson both scored unassisted goals. Trent McMindes and Evan Updyke also scored for Canisteo-Greenwood.
Mitchell Ward finished with a hat trick while Brent Zubikowski and Alex Ellsworth added two goals apiece in the win. Layton Sanasith also scored for Fillmore. Ellsworth had an assist. Damon Wood had two assists in the game while Eben Schelke, Zach Sisson and Carter Sisson had a helper apiece.