BRIGHTON (3-4-1) 3
HILTON (4-4-0) 4
Madison Vogler led Hilton with two goals as the Cadets erased a 3-nil deficit for a second straight victory. Volger found the back of the net in the 45th and 76th minutes. Her second goal was the decisive goal for the Cadets. Olivia Pilato and Chloe Cardone scored the other two goals for Hilton. Alyssa Andracki, Hailey Van Zeilen, and Ella Clark got assists for the Cadets. Izzy Alexandre led Brighton with two goals. She found the back of the net in the sixth and 20th minutes. Maggie Cregan scored the other goal for Brighton in the seventh and also had an assist. Finn Cregan and Meredith Reynolds recorded helpers as well for the Barons.
CANANDAIGUA (3-6-0) 3
GATES-CHILI (1-6-0) 2 OT
Abigail Cangemi scored the overtime game-winner for Canandaigua in the 97th minute. Ellie Teerlinck led the Braves with a goal and assist. She scored the opening goal of the contest in the 18th minute. Anna Cywinski scored the second goal in the 27thminute. Sam Cipolla scored both goals for Gates-Chili. Cipolla found the back of the net in the 46th minute to pull the Spartans within one. She tied the game in the 76th minute. Annika Ahlstrom and Morgan Hyde assisted on the Cipolla goals.
GREECE ARCADIA (1-6-0) 0
GREECE ATHENA (5-2-0) 4
Priscilla Palmieri and Emilee Montagliano combined for a seven-save shutout for Athena’s second shutout victory of the season. Wrianna Hudson led the Trojan offense with a hat trick and an assist. Emily McMichael scored the other goal for Athena. Rylie Capezzuto and Kalee Kaufman had assists for the Trojans.
IRONDEQUOIT (5-3-0) 0
BROCKPORT (3-3-0) 1
Ava Velletri recorded a seven-save shutout for Brockport – third shutout victory of the season. Ruby Hoyt scored the lone Blue Devils goal in the 55th minute. Stella Riley got the assist on the goal.
EASTRIDGE (0-8-0) 0
GREECE OLYMPIA (5-2-0) 5
Elizabeth Faulkner and Elizabeth DeSantis-Wright combined for a two-save shutout for Olympia. Jenna Christensen led the Spartan’s offense with a goal and an assist. Christensen scored in the 16th minute. Kayla Mattice scored the opening goal for Olympia in the 12th minute with an assist from Christensen. Jordan Walker and Kyleigh Bathe both scored in the 51st minute. Jadyn Falco had the helper on the Walker goal and Hannah Roxstrom assisted on Bathe’s goal. Sarah Tawaf scored the final Spartan goal unassisted.
RUSH-HENRIETTA (2-5-0) 1
PENFIELD (6-1-0) 4
Delaney Tellex scored all four goals for Penfield’s sixth straight victory. Tellex found the back of the net once in the first half and three times in the second. Emily Thompson and Alice Marchese recorded assists for the Patriots.
WEBSTER SCHROEDER (6-1-2) 0
SPENCERPORT (4-1-2) 0
Megan Fry made 12 saves for Webster Schroeder in the tie.
WEBSTER THOMAS (4-3-0) 1
CHURCHVILLE-CHILI (5-3-0) 0
JJ Bay saved seven shots for the shutout victory for Webster Thomas. Catherine Rogers scored the lone goal of the contest in the 50th minute. Sophie Esders recorded the helper on the goal. Thomas has won back-to-back games.
PITTSFORD MENDON (5-0-1) 3
PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND (2-5-1) 0
Leah Shaffer led Pittsford Mendon to its fourth straight victory with a six-save shutout. Rachel Lee opened the scoring for the Vikings in the 20th minute with an assist from Addie Larimer. Nora Winkler found the back of the net for Mendon eight minutes later. Bridget Merkel got the assist on the second goal. Elena Barr scored the final Viking goal unassisted.
FAIRPORT (4-4-0) 0
VICTOR (4-3-1) 2
Ava Lattimer recorded a seven-save shutout for Victor. McKenna Reh scored both goals for the Blue Devils. Reh scored in the 16th and 38th minutes. Kaidyn Thompson recorded an assist on Reh’s first goal of the contest.
DANSVILLE (5-2-0) 0
GENESEO (6-1-0) 1
Caroline Capel recorded a two-save shutout for Geneseo for their fourth straight victory. Maddie Mark scored the lone goal for the Blue Devils. She scored the goal in the 53rd minute unassisted.
HORNELL (6-2-0) 4
LEROY (4-3-0) 0
Alexis Patrick led Hornell with a five-save shutout. Sophie Wilkins scored two goals and recorded two assist for the Raiders. Elaina Flaitz and Parker Graham also scored for Hornell. Maddie Moore recorded for the Raiders.
JASPER-TROUPSBURG (4-5-0) 1
GENESEE VALLEY/BELFAST (5-2-0) 0
Kahley Stuart recorded a 32-save shutout for the Wildcats. Emily McCaig scored an unassisted goal in the 33rd for the lone goal for Jasper-Troupsburg.
CAMPBELL-SAVON (0-6-2) 0
ADDISON (7-1-0) 6
Kerrigan Driskell led the Addison offense with two goals and two assists. Makayla Miller had two goals for the Knights. Brooklyn Seiger scored a goal and recorded an assist. Kendra McLean recorded the other goal for Addison. Aurora Jacobson, Erin Terwilliger, and Bailee Jackson also had assists for the Knights.
WAYLAND-COHOCTON (3-6-0) 3
PERRY (1-7-0) 1
Madelyn Cartwright led Wayland-Cohocton’s offense with two goals and an assist. Cartwright found the back of the net for the Eagles in the 36th and 61st minutes. Emily King recorded the other goal for Wayland-Cohocton.
WELLSVILLE (1-6-1) 2
ANDOVER/WHITESVILLE (0-6-1) 1 OT
Morgan Spicer scored the overtime game-winner for Wellsville for its first victory of the season. Kaylie Fuller recorded the assist on the game-winner. Ayla Faulkner scored the other goal for the Lions. Grace Fry scored the only goal for Andover/Whitesville. Alexys Palmatier got the assist on the Fry goal.
BOLIVAR-RICHBURG (4-4-0) 1
FILMORE (7-0-0) 6
Hope Russell led Filmore to its seventh straight victory with a hat trick and an assist. Russell is tied for the Section V lead in goals with 19 on the season. The junior captain found the back of the net in the first, 39th, and 48th minutes. Grace Russell scored a goal and recorded three assists for the Eagles. Delaney Hillman and Malory DeRock scored the other two goals. Allison Mills had an assist for Filmore.
HAVERLING (7-0-0) 6
LETCHWORTH (2-5-0) 0
Natalie Contello, Lola Coots, and Reese Sweet combined for a shutout for Haverling’s seventh straight win. Natalie Krelie led the Rams offense with a hat trick and an assist. Keegan Smith recorded two goals and an assist. Ella Yartym scored the other goal for Haverling and had an assist. Lydia Dickson and Kelsey Thorp had helpers for the Rams.
HARLEY-ALLENDALE-COLUMBIA (1-4-0) 6
DUNDEE/BRADFORD (4-2-1) 7
Madison Hughes and Kendall Parker led Dundee/Bradford’s offense with both recording a hat trick and an assist. Meredith Doan scored the other goal for the Scotsmen. Riley Stinson, Abigail Gleason, Adalyn Tham, and, Korrin Yeoman recorded helpers for Dundee/Bradford.