IRONDEQUOIT (2-12-0) 1
PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND (9-5-0) 4
Ava Allen finished with a goal and two assists while Laura Bennett had a tally and an assist in the first half when Sutherland jumped to a 4-nil lead. Bennett opened the scoring in the 13th minute and then assisted on a Tiana Schantz marker 11 minutes later. Allen scored three minutes before halftime and followed one minute later with a helper on a goal from Ava O’Neil. The win was the fifth straight for Sutherland which has outscored opponents by a combined total of 13-1 during that stretch. Brianna Maher scored the lone Irondequoit goal with an assist from Jillian Keyes.
GATES-CHILI (4-11-0) 0
GREECE ATHENA (11-4-0) 4
Wrianna Hudson scored three goals and added an assist to lead Athena to its third straight win. Hudson scored two minutes into the game and then assisted on a goal from Abby Ranalletta one minute later. Hudson found the back of the net again later in the first half and completed the hat trick midway through the second – her third three-goal game of the season. The sophomore has 20 goals and five assists. Ashley Accorso, Isabella Astudillo and Larissa Johnston had an assist apiece. Emilee Montagliano and Lynia Thomas combined on the shutout. Montagliano made seven saves. Abby Unson stopped 10 shots for Gates.
PITTSFORD MENDON (10-3-1) 1
CANANDAIGUA (4-8-1) 0
Lauren DiMarzo’s first-half goal lifted Mendon to its fourth win in the past five games. The Vikings are 7-1-1 in their past nine games and have outscored opponents by a combined 23-2 during that stretch. Payton Malec made 18 saves for Canandaigua.
HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA (8-5-1) 0
VICTOR (3-9-2) 5
Four different players found the back of the net, and Victor remained unbeaten in its past three games. Maggie Galewski and Olivia McKinnon opened the game with unassisted goals before Kaidyn Thompson made it 3-nil game heading into halftime. Galewski scored again early in the second half, and Jansen Hildman completed the offensive output. Brooke Smith assisted on a pair of goals, and Emily Neenan also had a helper.
HILTON (5-9-1) 1
WEBSTER THOMAS (6-7-1) 3
Catherine Rogers scored three goals, and Webster Thomas won for the third time in five games. Nadia Jaworowicz and Sophie Esders had an assist apiece in the win. Brynn Sidebotham leveled the match for Hilton early in the second with an assist from Ella Mascadri. Jeylan Bay made eight saves for Thomas. Hilton’s Ashlee Carter stopped four shots.
AQUINAS (6-6-3) 1
FAIRPORT (5-8-0) 2
Heather Cuminale and Andrea Wilson connected on second-half goals to lift Fairport. Andre Wilson and Erika Yancey had an assist apiece. Madison McNulty made seven saves for the Red Raiders.
PALMYRA-MACEDON (13-2-0) 1
BATH-HAVERLING (13-1-0) 2 OT
Meredith Cjazkowski converted a corner kick from Ella Yartym in the first overtime, and Bath-Haverling won its 13th straight game.Trailing 1-nil midway through the second half, Lillian Dickson leveled the match for the Rams. Yartym also assisted on Dickson’s tally. Emma Robinson scored the lone Pal-Mac goal.
NAPLES (9-6-0) 5
DUNDEE/BRADFORD (5-8-1) 2
BYRON-BERGEN (13-3-0) 4
C.G. FINNEY (3-7-1) 0
Eighth-grader Mia Gray scored three goals and added an assist as Byron-Bergen responded to a loss with its sixth win in the past seven games. Gray set up Victoria Rogoyski late in the first half to start the scoring. The midfielder followed with an unassisted effort midway through the second half before scoring with assists from Kendall Phillips and her sister, Ava. Mia Gray has 22 goals and 12 assists on the season. Brooke Jarkiewicz made two saves for the shutout.
NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT (4-9-0) 2
RED CREEK (4-10-0) 1
Reilly Batzold finished with a goal and an assist to lead North Rose-Wolcott. Avery Boogard added a goal, and Emma Grace Humbert had an assist for the Cougars.
FILLMORE (14-0-0) 1
GANANDA (10-4-1) 0
Preslee Miller made 13 saves for the shutout, and Hope Russell scored in the 73rd minute to lift Fillmore. Zoe Beardsley assisted on Russell’s 23rd goal of the year. The shutout was the fourth straight for Fillmore and eighth this season. The Eagles (No. 3 NYSSWA Class D) have outscored opponents 63-7 this season.
NORTH PENN, PA. 0
HORNELL (13-2-0) 8
Ellie Adams, Ireland Harrison and Sophie Wilkins scored two goals apiece to lead Hornell. Lily Adams and Ayla Prior both scored a goal apiece. Harrison and Ayla both had an assist. Elaina Flaitz had two assists while Allyson Buckey, Tayghan Doorley and Ava White had a helper apiece.
HILTON (12-1-1) 3
PITTSFORD MENDON (5-7-2) 2 OT
Luca Dodge connected in the first overtime to lift Hilton to its sixth straight win. Ian Fediuk assisted on the game winner. Alec Smith finished with two goals for the Cadets. Cody Cavuoto had an assist. Matias Bolanos scored both Mendon goals.
BATAVIA (8-4-2) 4
MYNDERSE (3-10-0) 0
Nick Grover paced Batavia with three goals. Owen Halpin added a tally, and Batavia has won four of five games. Colin Dunn finished with two assists while Alex Bartz and Quintin Cummings had a helper apiece. Grover has a team-high 19 goals on the season.
WORLD OF INQUIRY/EDISON/FRANKLIN/SOTA (3-11-0) 4
HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA (9-4-1) 9
Zachary Zollo scored twice while Madut Mathuc had a goal and two assists to lead HF-L. David Brassie and Sam Emerson had a goal and an assist apiece. Braden Bellizzi, Nolan Dudley, Haden Eby and Valentino Maiola each added a goal in the win. Aidan Neenan and Brandon Pritchard contributed an assist apiece. Antwone Preddie scored twice for World of Inquiry/Edison/Franklin/SOTA/ Asad Abdi added two assists. Alias Naoum had a goal and an assist. Georges Naoum found the back of the net and Kenan Bilong had an assist.
MIDLAKES/RED JACKET (0-14-0) 1
EAST/LEADERSHIP/NE DOUGLASS (3-7-0) 3
Stanley Achille netted a hat trick with his first three goals of the season to pace East/Leadership/NE Douglass. Sulyamen Aden and Naeshon Hughes both had an assist in the win. Owen Guest scored an unassisted goal for Midlakes/Red Jacket.
NORTHSTAR CHRISTIAN (8-3-1) 1
HAC (7-4-3) 1
Rafael Ferguson scored for HAC. German Espipa Ayuso found the back of the net for Northstar with an assist from Josh Copeland.
WELLSVILLE (4-9-1) 0
BATH-HAVERLING (14-0-0) 6
Keefer Calkins scored twice and added three assists while the Bath-Haverling defense posted its second straight shutout and fourth in the past five games. Braden Yartym added a pair of first-half goals as the Rams took a 5-nil lead heading into halftime. Zach Musso and DJ Smith added a goal apiece. Brady Dickson and Bram Pomplas both contributed an assist. With 30 goals and nine assists, Calkins is tied atop the Section V individual scoring leaders with 69 points.
GENESEO (8-3-2) 2
BYRON-BERGEN/ELBA (5-9-0) 1
Sean McCaughey’s second-half goal lifted Geneseo to its sixth straight win. Jack Rubeck assisted on the game winner. Ethan Bennett started the scoring for the Blue Devils with an assist from Caleb Rice. Colin Martin scored an unassisted goal for Byron-Bergen/Elba.
MARION (6-7-2) 2
C.G. FINNEY (5-6-2) 5
Cosimo Ragioneri and Harry Ngo scored two goals apiece to lead Finney. Martin Helguera contributed a goal. Octavio Gefell had an assist.
NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT (6-6-2) 0
WILLIAMSON (12-2-1) 6
Johnny Niles sparked a four-goal barrage late in the first half, and the Williamson Marauders went on to defeat North Rose-Wolcott, 6-0 in Wayne County boys’ soccer action, Monday night. Niles connected on a pass from his brother, Tim, with 21 minutes and change remaining just before halftime. Less than two minutes later, he found the back of the net again. READ MORE.
RED CREEK (3-9-0) 1
SODUS (7-2-2) 6
Kyle Zerbe finished with two goals and an assist while Jose Zuniga Vega had a goal an two assists to lead Sodus. Marques Wigent added two goals and Mason Karasinski two assists. Amanti Jones started the scoring for the Spartans. Leo Bravo chipped in with an assist.
CALEDONIA-MUMFORD (1-14-0) 2
LE ROY (9-6-0) 10
Evan Sherwood scored five goals while Mitch Hockey had a goal and two assists to lead Le Roy. Parker Dowell scored twice. Maveric McKenzie had a goal and an assist. Ben Crocker also found the back of the net. Austin Biggins, Andrew Pocock and Conner Wright each had an assist. Kaden Vanelli and Jeremiah Anderson scored a goal apiece for Cal-Mum.