No. 5 BRIGHTON (12-8) 6
No. 4 FAIRPORT (13-8) 5
Luci Rozzi laid down a sixth-inning sacrifice bunt to score Kimberly Bentley for the go-ahead run as Brighton took the quarterfinal win. Gabriella Glanville went 3-for-4 with a an RBI, scoring twice, while Anna Campbell had a two-run double. Isabella Rozzi had an RBI and also threw a complete game in the circle, striking out three and allowing two earned runs on seven hits. Emma Toombs notched a double. Shannon O’Hora, Madison Marchiole, and Julia Heurtley all had singles. Lauryn Smith had two hits including a double for Fairport, scoring two runs. Magdalena Brei also had two hits. Waverly Milliman had a double and two RBI, while Nicole Allen had a hit, two RBI, and a run scored. Makayla Strack had an RBI on a sacrifice. Juliana Catalano and Vivian Black had a hit each. Brighton advances to play Rush-Henrietta in the semifinals.
No. 8 GREECE ATHENA/ODYSSEY/OLYMPIA (5-16) 1
No. 1 RUSH-HENRIETTA (17-4) 10
Kadyn Hartel struck out 10 and allowed just three hits and an unearned run in the circle as Rush-Henrietta took the quarterfinals victory. At the plate, Hartel went 3-for-3 with an RBI, a walk, and three runs scored. Elizabeth Rinella went 2-for-3 with a double, two RBI, a walk, and a run scored. Samantha Williams had a hit, two RBI, and walked three times, also scoring a run. Olivia Sheffer and Katelyn Militello had a double and an RBI, each. Elizabeth Gleghorn and Emily Kroll each had a hit and an RBI. Audrey Gleghorn and Chloe Smith both singled, with Gleghorn also stealing a bag. Robyn Bond notched an RBI on a sacrifice. Allison Schumacher drove in the lone Greece run with a two-out single in the fourth. Juliana Bates and Madison Rund had the other Greece hits. Rush-Henrietta will play Brighton in the semifinals.
No. 10 PENFIELD (4-18) 0
No. 2 WEBSTER SCHROEDER (15-5) 8
Liana DeValder struck out 16 and allowed just one hit as Schroeder took its quarterfinals matchup. DeValder also had a hit, a walk, and two runs scored at the plate. Kinsley Keil went 2-for-3 with an RBI, scoring twice. Samantha Schoenhardt led Schroeder in RBI with two, both coming on a fifth inning single. Elizabeth Baglieri had a hit, a stolen base, a walk, and an RBI. Leah Murray had a hit and RBI, while Sarah Ferruzza went 2-for-3 with a run scored. Emma Atzl had Penfield’s lone hit, while Addison Young drew a walk. Schroeder will play Victor in the semifinals.
No. 8 GATES CHILI (6-15) 3
No. 1 IRONDEQUOIT (19-2) 5
Marlayna Cartagena went 3-for-4 with a double and three RBI at the plate while striking out nine and allowing just five hits from the circle for a complete game victory in the quarterfinals. Abby Ras went 2-for-4 with an RBI, while Emma Rovet went 3-for-4 with a double and an RBI. Lily McMenemy went 2-for-3 for Gates, while Hailey Garbato went 3-for-4 with two RBI. Abby Graupman struck out five. Irondequoit heads to the semifinals, where the Eagles will face Canandaigua.
No. 7 GREECE ARCADIA (5-16) 2
No. 2 WEBSTER THOMAS (14-7) 10
Maddie Hicks struck out five and hurled a 4-hitter to lead Thomas into the semifinals. Julia Maciag went 2-for-3 at the plate with a run scored and an RBI. Emma Maloney was 2-for-2 with a walk, two runs scored and an RBI in the win. Maddie Throumoulos went 2-for-3 with two runs scored. Anna Bello was 1-for-3 with a walk and three RBI. Greece Arcadia’s Karli Valdes went 2-for-3 at the plate. Webster Thomas will face Bishop Kearney in the semifinals.
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No. 6 CHURCHVILLE-CHILI (5-16) 3
No. 3 BISHOP KEARNEY (12-6) 15
Ava McNaughton paced the offense while Carmella Phelan hurled a complete game, and Bishop Kearney softball shrugged off early struggles on Tuesday afternoon to secure a spot in the Class A1 semifinals. Trailing 2-0 after a half-inning of play, BK strung together four two-out hits to score three runs in the home half and take a lead it did not surrender. READ MORE.
No. 5 BROCKPORT (8-12) 2
No. 4 CANANDAIGUA ACADEMY (10-8) 5
Emerson Broomfield struck out 11 and allowed just three hits and an earned run as Canandaigua won its quarterfinal game. Broomfield also had a hit and an RBI at the plate. Kelley Burnett and Mallory Baxter each had a hit and an RBI, while Currin Rosato doubled and notched an RBI. Ariana Buchiere and Cora Roller had two hits each. Ariana Guerrero had two hits for Brockport, while Maeve Petitti had one of her own. Hannah Carpenter struck out four on the hill and had an RBI at the plate. The win sends Canandaigua to the semifinals, where they will face off with Irondequoit.
No. 8 OUR LADY OF MERCY (7-14) 7
No. 1 PITTSFORD MENDON (15-6) 6
Ava Verdi went 4-for-4 with a double and an RBI as Mercy took the quarterfinals win. Verdi also crossed home twice, including scoring on a Rowan Henessy groundout in the fifth to give Mercy a 6-5 lead. Henessy had a hit and two RBI on the day. Kirsten Crowley went 2-for-4 with a triple and an RBI, scoring a run. Annika VanDamme, Kaitlyn Malucci, and Leah Sperry all had a hit and an RBI. Kate Abbamonte had two hits. Sperry started the game and went the full seven innings, pulling out the win by making the final batter fly out with people on first and second in the bottom of the seventh. Lily Goldberg struck out 11 for Pittsford and also had a double and a walk at the plate. Lola Clarcq went 4-for-4 with a double, an RBI, and a run scored. Greta Marino had two hits including a double and notched an RBI and run scored. Emma Giordano also had a hit and an RBI. Maddie Fallows had a hit and two RBI. Alex Von Ginhoven, Lily Hajec, Bella Stradley, and Leilani Hernandez all had a hit. Mercy will face Wayne in the semifinals.
No. 7 EASTRIDGE (7-14) 2
No. 2 PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND (16-5) 13
Julianna Lyons went 3-for-4 with six RBI and finished a triple short of the cycle as Sutherland took its quarterfinals matchup. Julia Hunt was 3-for-3 at the plate with a double, an RBI, and two runs scored. Petra Hunt threw a complete game in the circle, striking out four and allowing four hits while adding a hit at the plate. Tia Lehtonen had two hits including a triple, scoring three runs. Gabrielle Lyons had a hit, two walks, an RBI, and three runs scored. Jalissa Crittenden had two hits for Eastridge and started in the circle, while Mykelis Lugo had a hit and drove in both of Eastridge’s runs. Emma Johnson singled. Sutherland advances to face School of the Arts in the semifinals.
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No. 5 EAST HIGH (10-8) 1
No. 4 WAYNE (15-5) 20
Zoe Eaton went 3-for-3 with two doubles and two RBI as Wayne won its quarterfinal matchup. Olivia Huber had two doubles and four RBI, while Myia Eskander also had two two-baggers. Cam Crawford had two hits and two RBI. Ana Fontan had a hit for east, while Genesis Gasto scored a run and Jehelys Alicea struck out four. Wayne will face Mercy in the semifinals.
No. 6 HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA (9-10) 16
No. 3 SCHOOL OF THE ARTS (12-8) 0
Honeoye Falls-Lima will face Sutherland in the semifinals.
No. 8 FILLMORE 1 (7-13)
No. 1 KESHEQUA 17 (16-2)
Keshequa advances to face Notre Dame Batavia in the semifinals.
No. 5 ALFRED-ALMOND 2
No. 4 NOTRE DAME-BATAVIA 3
Loretta Sorochty struck out 14 and allowed just three hits and two unearned runs in Notre Dame Batavia’s quarterfinal win. Katie Landers also had two hits and an RBI in the pitchers’ duel and scored on a wild pitch in the sixth to give Notre Dame its final lead. Mia Treleaven also had a hit. Isabel Badeau struck out 14 and allowed just three hits of her own and three unearned runs for Alfred-Almond. Ali Hurd had two hits including a double, while Taylor Flaitz had a hit and two RBI. Notre Dame will face Keshequa in the semifinals.
No. 6 AVOCA-PRATTSBURGH (11-9) 6
No. 3 HONEOYE (15-4) 8
Alexis Johnson and Alexa Colon each had a hit and two RBI as Honeoye took its quarterfinal game. Ava Higgins had a hit and three RBI. Sydney Pulver singled and scored twice. Clare Griffin also had a hit. Ellie Harrell had a triple and two RBI for Avoca-Prattsburgh, while Emily Hammond doubled and drove in a run. Lily Joritsma singled, as did Emma Carlton.
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No. 2 LYNDONVILLE
No. 5 ANDOVER/WHITESVILLE
No. 4 LIMA CHRISTIAN
No. 7 HAMMONDSPORT (0-16) 3
No. 2 NORTHSTAR (13-4) 11
Lola Rivera struck out 12 and pitched a complete game as Northstar won their quarterfinals game. Aprell Davis had two hits including a double and knocked in two runs. Abby Eschner had two hits and an RBI. Northstar will face off with Charles G. Finney in the semifinals.
No. 6 ELBA 5
No. 3 CHARLES G. FINNEY 9
Finney will face Northstar Christian in the semifinals.
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