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2024 Rochester Chapter Senior Games

The Rochester Chapter of USA Lacrosse recently announced the14th Annual Herb Fitch and Chris Barnes Lacrosse All Star Game player selections. This year's contest, featuring some of the best of the graduating seniors will be held on Thursday, June 15th at Victor High School. The girls' play at 6:00 PM  and the boys' game will start at 8:00 PM.

All Star GameChris Barnes was a teacher and coach in Webster. He started coaching the girls lacrosse at Schroeder in the late 1990s and then in 2003 started the program at Thomas. His team won a Section V title in 2006. After two years fighting colon cancer, he died at 52 in 2018.

"The Herb Fitch Lacrosse Senior All Star Games are in memoriam of Herbert T. Fitch who is a member of the Greater Rochester Hall of Fame as well as the US Lacrosse National Hall of Fame. Herb was involved in the game for over 45 years as a player, coach, and official. He was a standout at Geneva High School that went on to compete and excel at Hobart College from 1938-1942. As well as being an amazing contributor to the game he was also a business owner and the mayor of Penn Yan. Herb loved this great game and watching the growth through the dedication of young athletes such as the ones selected for the Senior All Star games." (Chapter announcement)

There is also a free "Future All-Stars Youth Clinic" for boys and girls K-6. Registration link.

The Final teams are: All Star Game Red Team

The Final teams: All Star Game blue Team

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Victor Wins State Title

DAY IN REVIEW: SATURDAY - Section V had two teams in the NYS Championships and one came home with the title. CNS (Section III) defeated Fairport 12-8 and Victor beat West Genesee 16-8.

WEST GENESEE-8 at VICTOR-16 - in a NYS Championship game - The Blue Devils repeated and won their third Championship game in a row. Victor took a 6-2 lead at the end of the first quarter and led 10-4 at the half. Stats were not available at post-time.      [ BOX SCORE

CNS-12 at FAIRPORT-8 in a NYS Championship game - The Red Raiders fell just short in their bid for a second consecutive class A title.  After Fairport rallied from a three-goal deficit to tie the game at seven entering the fourth quarter, C-NS (III) reeled off three straight goals to put the game out of reach.  Ella Peers (4g/1a) and Camryn DuBose (1g/2a) led the scoring for the Red Raiders.  Katie Mallaber, Brenna Goss, and Ella Peers were named to the All-Tournament team.  Fairport concludes another highly successful season with a record of 14-7.      [ BOX SCORE

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Victor and Fairport Back to the Finals

DAY IN REVIEW: FRIDAY - Section V had teams in all four of the NYS semifinals and two will advance to the championship round as both Fairport and Victor won close games.

FAIRPORT-10 at MASSAPEQUA-9 -   In a tight, back-and-forth contest featuring several second-half lead changes, Brenna Goss (3g) scored the game winner off a free position with 26 seconds left and Marisa Test made a last-second save to secure the win.  The game was a rematch of last year’s class A final, which the Red Raiders similarly won by a score of 10 to 9.   Katie Mallaber led Fairport (14-6) with five goals and two assists.  The Red Raiders advance to the class A final, where they will seek to defend their title against Cicero-North Syracuse (III), in a game to be played at 2 pm Saturday at SUNY Cortland.       [ BOX SCORE

VICTOR-11 at WEST ISLIP-10 -  Although Victor scored early six unanswered goals West Islip scored a couple to go into the halftime break with Victor up 7-2. The Blue Devils still led after three quarters (8-4) and with 2:15 left in the regulation has an 11-7 lead. Throughout the game it looked like the Blue Devils were very much in control and might even dominate, but the Lions came back with three goals in the last two minutes that started with an unforced turnover and a man-up goal as Carly Obloj dodged two and bounced one into the goal with 1:22 left in the game. The Lions won the draw and called time-out with 1:12 left. Francesca Tofano scored on a free position and brought the Lions to within two goals with 0:59 left. West Islip won the draw and picked up another free position opportunity for Tofano who scored with 0:34 left. Once again, the Lions won the draw control and then called a time out with 0:26 left. They took one more shot which went wide and the Blue Devils were able to hang on for the win. Victor will return to the finals once again and will face West Genesee (Section III) at 4:30 on Saturday. There was no report from Victor at post-time.        [ BOX SCORE

MERCY-8 at SAYVILLE -13 -  Sayville (Section XI) maintained their undefeated season with the victory over Mercy in the semifinals today. Although the Monarchs had a 4-3 lead at the end of the first quarter, Sayville scored five unanswered goals in the second and led 8-4 at the half.  Dylan McNamara led the scoring for the 20-0  Golden Flashes. Scoring for Mercy (10-10) were Krista Harnischfeger (3g-1a), Mia Lusardi (2g), Sydney Cook (1g-1a), Emma Kravetz (1g), and Lydia Malvaso (1g).         [ BOX SCORE

PENN YAN-4 at COLD SPRING HARBOR-18 -     In a class D semifinal, Penn Yan ran into a buzzsaw in the form of perennial powerhouse Cold Spring Harbor (VIII).  Bailey Cooper (2g/1a) and ninth-grader Makenna Mullins (2g) accounted for all of the Mustangs’ scoring; Cooper also secured seven draw controls, including the 200th of her varsity career.  The Mustangs conclude their season with an outstanding record of 17-4.       [ BOX SCORE

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A Clean Sweep for Section V

DAY IN REVIEW: SATURDAY - All four Section V teams won their quarterfinal contests at Finger Lakes Community College today.

Mercy and Penn Yan LANCASTER-7 at FAIRPORT-12 -  The Red Raiders built a 7-2 first-quarter lead en route to their second straight NYS class A semifinal berth.  Ella Peers led Fairport (13-6) with four goals, two assists, and six draw controls.  Katie Mallaber added three goals and Brenna Goss chipped in two more.  It was Fairport’s second win in consecutive years over Lancaster (VI) in the NYS quarterfinal round.  The Red Raiders move on to Cortland, where they will take on Massapequa (VIII) Friday in a rematch of last year’s class A final.        [ BOX SCORE

GOWANDA-4 at PENN YAN-17 - The Mustangs scored a convincing win over their opponents from Gowanda (VI).  Nine players scored for Penn Yan (17-3), led by Bailey Cooper (6g/2a).  Ruby Berry, Taylor Mullins, and Makenna Mullins each had two goals for the Mustangs; Taylor Mullins also collected eight draw controls.  With the victory, the Mustangs secured a return trip to Cortland, where they will face Cold Spring Harbor (VIII) in the NYS class D semifinals on Friday.          [ BOX SCORE

Mercy and Penn Yan LAKE SHORE-8 at MERCY-17 -  Leading the scoring for Mercy (10-9) were sophomore attacker Sydney Cook (4g-4a), junior midfielder Lydia Malvaso (4g-1a), and sophomore offensive player Mia Quagrello (3g). In the goal for Mercy was freshman Elinor Meyer who recorded 10s/6ga = 63% (40 mins). Mercy will play Sayville (Section XI) on Friday at 9:00 AM.       [ BOX SCORE

CLARENCE-0 at VICTOR-22 -  Only the score was reported by post-time. The Blue Devils will play West Islip (Section XI) at SUNY Cortland on Friday at 3:00 PM.         [ BOX SCORE

Spencer Tulis and Brandon Lawson were at the Quarterfinals and sent some images for the gallery.

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Victor and Mercy Win Championships

DAY IN REVIEW: WEDNESDAY - Second seeded Victor won their third Section V championship in a row with a strong second and third quarter performance. Mercy came from behind, scoring five goals in the second half, to defeat HFL 10-9.

Canandaigua vs VictorMERCY-10 at HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA-9 - The Cougars took the 4-3 lead at the end of the first quarter and then led 8-5 at the half. The second half belonged to the Monarchs who outscored HFL 4-1 in the third, tying the game at 9-9 after three quarters. Mercy scored the lone goal in the fourth giving them the Championship. Leading the scoring for Mercy (9-9) were sophomore Mia Quagrello (4g), junior Krista Harnischfeger (2g-1a), and sophomore attacker Sydney Cook (2g). Leading the scoring for Honeoye Falls-Lima (9-10) were senior Camryn Trybuskiewicz (1g-4a), sophomore Shaye Angelo (4g), and junior Rylee Bennett (1g-1a). Mercy will play Lake Shore (Section VI) at FLCC on Saturday.         [ BOX SCORE

Canandaigua vs VictorVICTOR-15 at CANANDAIGUA-10 - Canandaigua took a 3-2 lead after the first quarter, but the Blue Devils responded with seven goals in the second quarter and led at the half 9-5. When they outscored the Gray Wolves 5-2 in the third it was too much for Canandaigua despite scoring three goals in the last stanza. Scoring for Canandaigua (16-3) were senior Hanna Davis (3g-1a), sophomore Lola Schorr (3g-1a), senior Caroline Lyttle (2g-1a), sophomore Leah Sheridan (2g-1a), and junior Samantha Lupton (1a).  There was no report from Victor (16-3) at post-time. The Blue Devils will play Clarence (Section VI) at 1:00 PM on Saturday at FLCC.     [ BOX SCORE

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Penn Yan and Fairport Win Sectionals

DAY IN REVIEW: TUESDAY - Penn Yan won a close game with Pal-Mac to win their tenth Sectional Title and Fairport won their third and second in a row with the victory over Pittsford.

Penn Yan vs Pal-MacPITTSFORD-4 at FAIRPORT-9 - The defending class A champions scored six consecutive goals spanning the first and second quarters and were never seriously challenged.  Reese Fuenfstueck, Camryn DuBose, and Meghan Arserio each had two goals for Fairport (12-6), tournament MVP Ella Peers (1g/2a) had a game-high six draw controls, and Marisa Test made six saves.  The Red Raiders next play the winner of the section VI class A final between Lancaster and Orchard Park at 11 am on Saturday at FLCC.  Morgan Wilson scored her first varsity goal for Pittsford, which finishes its season with a record of 9-10.   There was no report from Pittsford at post-time.      [ BOX SCORE

PAL-MAC-8 at PENN YAN-11 - In a game played through a steady rain, the Mustangs came away with their second consecutive class D title and their eighth win in a row.  Tournament MVP Taylor Mullins had two goals to go with 13 draw controls.  Bailey Cooper (3g/2a) and Maihue Miranda-Wiltberger (4g) led the scoring for Penn Yan (16-3).  Teagan Hudak, eighth-grader Brinn Castrechini, and Jenna Santelli had two goals apiece for Pal-Mac (14-5); Santelli’s first goal of the game was the 100th of her varsity career.  The Mustangs advance to play the winner of the section VI class D final between Salamanca and Gowanda at 5 pm on Saturday at FLCC.     [ BOX SCORE

Penn Yan vs Pal-Mac

 

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Canandaigua and Victor win Close 7-6 Games

DAY IN REVIEW: THURSDAY - Semifinals games in Classes B and C were completed today with the Class B semifinalists both winning 7-6 and the Class C teams winning by large margins. Mercy (#1) beat Wayne (#4) in class C and will play HFL (#2) who beat Eastridge-BK (#3).  Canandaigua (#1) beat Spencerport (#5) and will play Victor (#2) who defeated Brighton (#6).

Wayne vs MercyWAYNE-3 at MERCY-18 - Twelve different players scored goals for Mercy (8-9) including Lydia Malvaso (2g-3a), Mia Quagrello (2g-2a), and Evelyn McAuliffe (3g). Scoring for Wayne (10-8) were Megan Montgomery (1g), Lauren Twist (1a), Isabella Veltre (1g), and Madelyn Hillman (1g).  Mercy will play HFL on Wednesday for the Class C Championship.       [ BOX SCORE]   - - More images in the photo gallery.

Wayne vs MercyEASTRIDGE/BK-8 at HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA-20 -  Eight different players scored goals for Honeoye Falls-Lima (9-9) including sophomore attacker Shaye Angelo (4g-2a), senior attacker Camryn Trybuskiewicz (3g-3a), junior midfielder Rylee Bennett (5g), and sophomore defender Anna DeClerck (2g). Cougar senior goalie Lily Brady recorded 5s/4ga = 56% (36 mins). There was no report from Eastridge/BK (11-6) at post-time.  HFL will play Mercy on Wednesday for the Class C Championship.      [ BOX SCORE

Wayne vs MercyBRIGHTON-6 at VICTOR-7 -  The closely matched teams tied numerous times, scoring two goals each in the first and second quarters. Victor took a one goal lead after three quarters but Brighton tied it up again in the last stanza. Libby Boland scored her lone goal with fifty-three second left in regulation to send the Blue Devils to the Championship game against Canandaigua on Wednesday. Leading the scoring for Victor (15-3) were Devin Livingston (3g), Maia Pronti (1a), Allie Pisano (1a), Morgan Livingston (1g), Camryn Adrid (1g), and Libby Boland (1g). In the goal for Victor was senior Maggie Allen with 6s/4ga = 60% (48 mins). Scoring for Brighton (9-9) were Riley Lawrence (2g), Lucy Lederman (3g), Ireland Mistretta (1g), and Alexandra Madison (2a).        [ BOX SCORE

Wayne vs MercySPENCERPORT-6 at CANANDAIGUA-7 - In the other semifinal Class B game, top seeded Canandaigua edged out Spencerport (#4) by a one goal margin. Scoring for the Rangers were Molly Guzik (2g), Brooke Endres (3g), and Aria Pittman (1g). Guzik ends her scholastic career with 166g-124a in five years on the Varsity. She will move on to Syracuse University in the fall.   There was no report from Canandaigua (16-2) at post-time but the Grey Wolves will play Victor for the Class B Championship on Wednesday.      [ BOX SCORE

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Two Close Semis and Two Not So Close

DAY IN REVIEW: WEDNESDAY - The seeding was broken in Class a as Pittsford #4 stunned Penfield #1 with a 7-6 win. In the other bracket Fairport #3 beat Rush-Henrietta #2 11-9, so for the championship Fairport #3 will play Pittsford #4. In Class D Penn Yan #1 will play Pal-Mac #2 for the Championship.

Waterloo vs Pal-MacFAIRPORT-11 at RUSH-HENRIETTA-9 - No. 3 Fairport fought back from a 7-2 halftime deficit, Ella Peers (4g) scored the go-ahead goal early in the fourth quarter, and Marisa Test made two late saves to secure the upset win.   Peers also collected a game-high 11 draw controls.  Camryn DuBose and Katie Mallaber had three goals apiece for Fairport (11-6).  For No. 2 Rush-Henrietta, Riley Brown led the scoring with four goals and one assist, and Ashlyn Roberts contributed three goals.  The Royal Comets end their season with a record of 12-5.  The Red Raiders move on to the class A finals, where they will face No. 4 Pittsford on Tuesday.        [ BOX SCORE

PAL-MAC-19 at WATERLOO-4 - For the Red Raiders, it was their seventh consecutive win.  Eight players scored for No. 3 Pal-Mac (14-4), including Teagan Hudak (2g/3a), Anna Priebe (4g/1a), Reagan Diehl (4g), Jenna Santelli (3g), and Lily Boesel (3g), and Isabelle Cole had five saves.  Ninth-grader Peyton Lyons had five saves for No. 2 Waterloo, including her 100th of the season.  Maci Mueller and Lainie Forde each scored two goals for the Tigers, who finish their season with a record of 13-5.  Pal-Mac meets No. 1 Penn Yan in the class D final on Tuesday.         [ BOX SCORE

Waterloo vs Pal-MacAQUINAS-3 at PENN YAN-19 - No. 1 Penn Yan collected its 15th win of the season against three losses.  Leading the scoring for the Mustangs were Bailey Cooper (3g/2a), Corinne Barden (2g/3a), and Gianna Voigt (3g).  Madisen Pierce scored her first varsity goal for Penn Yan.  For No. 4 Aquinas, ninth-grader Brynn Henry had two goals, including the 50th of her varsity career; she also collected her 100th career draw control.  Aquinas concludes its season with a record of 9-8.  On Tuesday, the Mustangs will meet No. 3 Pal-Mac to decide the class D title.        [ BOX SCORE

PITTSFORD-7 at PENFIELD-5 - With the win, the Panthers advance to the class A finals, where they will take on No. 3 Fairport on Tuesday.  There were no statistics reported from either team at post time.  No. 4 Pittsford improves to 9-9 on the season; No. 1 Penfield ends a promising season with a record of 12-5.       [ BOX SCORE

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Quarters: All Top Seeds Move on

DAY IN REVIEW: MONDAY - There were five quarterfinal games played today (Classes A and D) and all top seeds won their games. Pittsford slides into the #4 spot in Class A. Winners in Class D were Penn Yan, Aquinas, Pal-Mac and Waterloo.

Gananda vs WaterlooMYNDERSE-ROMULUS-7 at AQUINAS-15 - Leading the scoring for No. 4 Aquinas (9-7) were Savannah Hinchcliffe (6g/4a), Brynn Henry (3g/5a), and Marilena Diaz (3g); Henry, a ninth-grader, also collected 10 draw controls.  Liz Tantalo had eight saves for Aquinas.   With the win, the Little Irish advance to the class D semifinals, where they will take on No. 1 Penn Yan on Wednesday.  There were no statistics reported from Mynderse-Romulus (9-8) at post time.         [ BOX SCORE

MARCUS WHITMAN-1 at PENN YAN-19 - It was the Mustangs` sixth consecutive win, and their fifth straight over No. 8 Marcus Whitman dating back to 2019.  There were no statistics reported from No. 1 Penn Yan (14-3) at post time.  Helen Snyder scored the lone goal for Marcus Whitman (0-16).  The Mustangs move on to face No. 4 Aquinas in the class D semifinals on Wednesday.         [ BOX SCORE

Gananda vs WaterlooGANANDA-MARION-8 at WATERLOO-18 - No. 2 Waterloo (13-4) extended its winning streak to seven games.  Maci Mueller and Lainie Forde combined for 11 of the Tigers’ 18 goals; Forde’s first goal of the game was her 50th of the season.  Ava Bailey and ninth-grader Alexis VanNostrand each scored her first varsity goal for the Tigers, who face No. 3 Pal-Mac in the class D semifinals on Wednesday.  There were no statistics reported from Gananda-Marion (3-13) at post time.         [ BOX SCORE

Gananda vs WaterlooLIVONIA-AVON-7 at PAL-MAC-21 -  Nine players scored for No. 3 Pal-Mac (13-4), including Teagan Hudak (5g/1a), Brinn Castrechini (4g/1a), and Jenna Santelli (4g/1a).  For the Red Raiders, who advance to play No. 2 Waterloo in the class D semifinals on Wednesday, it was their sixth straight win and their seventh in a row over the Lakers.   There were no statistics reported from Livonia-Avon (10-7) at post time.       [ BOX SCORE

GREECE STORM-4 at PITTSFORD-18 - With the win, No. 4 Pittsford advances to the class A semifinals, where they will meet No. 1 Penfield on Wednesday.   There were no statistics reported from Pittsford (8-9) at post time.  For Greece, which concludes its season with a record of 9-6, Mara Misiurewicz put the finishing touches on her stellar varsity career with a three-goal performance.        [ BOX SCORE

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All Quarters : Top Seeds Move on

DAY IN REVIEW: TUESDAY - The rest of the quarterfinals were played today, and all of the higher seeded teams won their games. Mercy had a bye in the quarterfinals (and they will be entered in the brackets as soon as their game is entered in rSchool), and so there were three games in class C. Wayne beat Brockport 8-6 and the HFL and Eastridge-BK games were mismatched wins. In Class B Canandaigua, Victor and Brighton were mismatched wins. Spencerport took a one goal lead in the first half and held off a strong effort by Irondequoit and won their game 11-10.

CHURCHVILLE-CHILI-4 at CANANDAIGUA-17 -  For the second game in a row, the Canandaigua Grey Wolves faced Churchville-Chili, with a very similar result.  Canandaigua will host Spencerport on Thursday for the right to advance to the Class B Final after beating Churchville-Chili 17-4 in quarterfinal action.  Senior Hanna Davis (4g, 5a) had a big night, finishing with 9 points, while Sophomore Lola Schorr (3g, 1a) also put in a strong showing, adding 4 Caused Turnovers and 2 Draw Controls to her offensive production.  Canandaigua had 10 different point-scorers on the evening.  Canandaigua beat Spencerport 9-6 in a tough match-up on Braves Field earlier this season.        [ BOX SCORE

NEWARK-MIDLAKES-0 at HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA-17 -  HFL knocked Newark-Midlakes out of Sectional play, blanking the Screaming Eagles 17-0.  Sophomore Shane Angelo (3g, 3a) led the Cougars with 6 points, Camryn Trybuskiewicz (2g, 2a) added 4 points as the HFL notched 11 different point scorers in the contest.  HFL advances to play Eastridge/BK on Thursday in Waterloo as one half of the Class C Semi’s.       [ BOX SCORE

THOMAS-7 at VICTOR-15 - In class B quarter-final play, The Victor Blue Devils defeated Webster-Thomas 15-7.  Allie Psiano (5g, 3a) and Devin Livingston (7g) led the way for Victor, while Webster-Thomas` season was ended despite the return of Addison Schaefer (3g) who was able to score a Hat Trick in Webster`s effort to pull off the upset. Livingston also corralled 12 Draw Controls for the Blue Devils.  Victor will face Brighton in Victor on Thursday for chance to play in the Class B Sectional Final.  Victor defeated Brighton 5-4 in overtime in their regular season match-up.         [ BOX SCORE

GENEVA-4 at EASTRIDGE/BK-19 - Eastridge/BK advanced to the Class C Semi-Final in convincing fashion with a 19-4 win over Geneva tonight.  Kayla Gerson (4g, 4a) was the top point-scorer for Eastridge/BK, while Jillian Willis (4g, 1a) and Ada Krupa (4g, 1a) each added 5 point nights.  Krupa and Willis also combined for 11 Draw Controls in the contest.  Meghan Forbes (2g, 2a) was the high scorer for Geneva, and Goalie Maddie Akin made 13 Saves.        [ BOX SCORE

SPENCERPORT-11 at IRONDEQUOIT-10 -  In the closest game of the evening, Spencerport edged out Irondequoit 11-10, earning the right to travel to Canandaigua on Thursday and face the Grey Wolves in the Class B Semi-Final.  Spencerport carried a 6-5 lead into halftime, extended the lead to 2 goals in the third quarter and withstood a strong 4th quarter effort from the Eagles to hang on for the victory.  Molly Guzik (3g, 3a) was the top scorer for Spencerport, also adding 6 Draw Controls, who, Alyssa Nichols (3g) also logged a Hat trick in the winning effort.  For Irondequoit, Ella Brennan (2g, 1a)  and Lucy Whipple (2g,1a) each logged 3 point nights as the Eagles season comes to a close.        [ BOX SCORE

BRIGHTON-19 at SCHROEDER-3 -  Brighton dominated play from wire to wire in this Class B quarterfinal contest, and defeated Webster Schroeder by a score of 19-3 when the final horn sounded.  Brighton will advance to face the #2 seed Victor Blue Devils in Victor on Thursday.  Molly Meyer (1g), Makenna Baier (1g), Brook Guellli (1g, 1a) were the Goal Scorers for Webster-Schroeder, and Goalie, Maura Ugine made 10 Saves between the pipes.  No Book was submitted for Brighton at time of post.        [ BOX SCORE

BROCKPORT-6 at WAYNE-8 -  The Wayne Eagles will head to Waterloo on Thursday to take on the top-seeded Mercy Monarchs in Class C Semifinal action after they came away victorious 8-6, in a hard-fought battle with Brockport.  For Wayne, Julia DiLeo (2g) And Madelyn Hillman (2g) each scored 2 goals, while Samantha Brenner (1g, 1a) also had a 2 point night.  Goalie Mimi Ugalde made 13 big Saves for the Eagles.  No Book was submitted for Brockport at time of post.        [ BOX SCORE

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The Tournaments Begin

DAY IN REVIEW: SATURDAY - In the only game played today, Churchville-Chili advanced to the quarterfinal round with a close win of 5-4 over Hilton.

HILTON-4 at CHURCHVILLE-CHILI-5 - In the only game of the pre-quarter round in class B, No. 8 Churchville-Chili edged out No. 9 Hilton.  It was the teams` third meeting of the year, with the Cadets winning on opening day and the Saints taking the rematch two weeks ago.  For Churchville-Chili (8-8), Campbell Hewlett and Abigail DeVries scored two goals apiece, Shavonne Callahan added a goal and three assists, and Mikayla Mellenthine had seven saves.  There were no statistics reported from Hilton at post time.  With the win, the Saints advance to the class B quarterfinals, where they will meet No. 1 Canandaigua on Tuesday.  Hilton concludes its season with a record of 5-12.      [ BOX SCORE

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The End of the Regular Season

DAY IN REVIEW: THURSDAY - There were six games played on the last day of the regular season. Penn Yan won a close one with Honeoye Falls-Lima. Other winners were Brighton, Canandaigua, Waterloo, Eastridge/BK and Livonia-Avon.

BRIGHTON-17 at MERCY-9 - Brighton Junior goalie Lauren Russell reached her 200th save with her 7 saves. Leading the scoring for Brighton (8-8) were junior midfielder Ireland Mistretta (6g-1a), senior attacker Lucy Lederman (5g), and junior attacker Alexandra Madison (1g-2a).  There was no report from Mercy (7-9) at post-time.       [ BOX SCORE

HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA-8 at PENN YAN-10 - The Mustangs extended their winning streak to five wins (13-3) in this close game at Penn Yan. Junior attacker Corinne Barden (Penn Yan) reached her 100th career goal and Junior midfielder Maihue Miranda-Wiltberger reached her 100th career draw controls. Scoring for Penn Yan (13-3) were Bailey Cooper (5g), Madison Pierce (3a), Corinne Barden (2g), and Ruby Berry (1g). Scoring for Honeoye Falls-Lima (7-9) were Camryn Trybuskiewicz (1g-3a), Shaye Angelo (3g), Rylee Bennett (2g), and Paige Kidd (1g).     [ BOX SCORE

CANANDAIGUA-18 at CHURCHVILLE-CHILI-4 - Eight different players scored goals for Canandaigua in this game including Senior defender Jessica Andrews and Sophomore Morgan Whyte who each scored their first Varsity goal in the game. Others scoring for Canandaigua (14-2) were Samantha Lupton (3g-3a), Hanna Davis (4g-1a), and Aubri Mack-Miller (2g). In the goal for Canandaigua was senior Molly Urlacher with 1s/0ga = 100%. There was no report from Churchville-Chili (7-8) at post-time.       [ BOX SCORE

GENEVA-11 at WATERLOO-21 - Waterloo extended their winning streak to six wins (12-4) as they watched Maci Mueller (9g-2a), Bailey Rossignol (3g-4a), Lainie Forde (5g-2a), and MacKenzie Tam (3g-1a) lead in scoring. In the goal for Waterloo was freshman Peyton Lyons with 13s/11ga = 54% (48 mins). Scoring for Geneva were sophomore attacker Meghan Forbes (4g-3a), senior attacker Isabella Bonventre (3g-1a), and 8th grade defender Athena Tumbelekis (1g-1a).     [ BOX SCORE

GATES CHILI-4 at EASTRIDGE/BK-14 - Eastridge/BK extended their winning streak to five wins (10-5) while Senior midfielder Jillian Willis (6g-1a) reached her 50th career goal. Also scoring were Ada Krupa (4g-3a), Ashley Mandeville (3g-1a), and Kayla Gerson (1g-1a). In the goal for Eastridge/BK was senior Nina Alderman with 11s/4ga = 73% (48 mins).  There was no report from Gates Chili (1-10) at post-time.      [ BOX SCORE

MARCUS WHITMAN-3 at LIVONIA-AVON-13 - Laker 8th grade attacker Peyton Johnson (Livonia-Avon) scored her first Varsity goal and Sophomore attacker Lily Rowe (3g-3a) reached her 50th career assist while seven different players scored goals for Livonia-Avon (10-6). Also scoring were Maddie Whitford (4g), and Courtney Schirtz (1g-1a). In the goal for Livonia-Avon was junior MacKenzie Laursen with 8s/3ga = 73% (48 mins). Leading the scoring for Marcus Whitman were 8th grade midfielder Evelyn Royston (2g), Aliysiah Clark (1g-1a), and Helen Snyder (1a).     [ BOX SCORE

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Penfield, Hilton, and HFL Win by One Goal

DAY IN REVIEW: WEDNESDAY - There were ten games played today and three were won by just one goal.  HFL Goalie Lily Brady reached her 400th career save which helped the Cougars in the 9-8 win over Thomas. Penfield extended their winning streak to six wins with their 8-7 win at Irondequoit. Hilton surprised Aquinas with a 12-11 win that saw five players scoring goals.

Hilton vs AquinasTHOMAS-8 at HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA-9 - This was a close game with the Cougars taking the first quarter lead into the 4-2 half. Thomas got one goal closer in the third and the two teams each scored three in the last quarter. Senior goalie Lily Brady (9s/7ga = 56% - 48 mins) reached her 400th career save in the game and was supported in the offense by Shaye Angelo (4g-1a), Paige Kidd (4g), and 8th grade midfielder Harper Jacob (1g-1a). The Cougars (7-8) travel to Penn Yan on Thursday. Leading the scoring for Thomas were Harper Blakley (3a), Hannah Ruller (3g), and Mia Estelle (2g).          [ BOX SCORE

PITTSFORD-9 at VICTOR-15 - The Blue Devils saw scoring from  Devin Livingston (4g-2a), Morgan Livingston (4g), Allie Pisano (3g) and  Libby Boland (2g-2a). Victor ends their regular season at 13-3 and a win streak of eight. There was no report from Pittsford (7-9) at post-time.          [ BOX SCORE

Hilton vs AquinasPENFIELD-8 at IRONDEQUOIT-7 - The Patriots extended their win streak to six win (12-4) and saw Senior attacker Emersyn Mathis (1g-1a) reached her 50th career assist. Also making an impact were Jenna Capozzi (3g), Peyton Rothfuss (2g), and Whitney Reynolds (2g). Leading the scoring for Irondequoit (9-7) were 8th grade offensive player Lucy Whipple (1g-2a), Freshman Ellie Bottiglier (2g), Senior attacker Ella Brennan (2g-2a), and Senior midfielder Madelyn Thore (1g). In the goal for Irondequoit was junior Emma Francis with 9s/5ga = 64% (48 mins).          [ BOX SCORE

GANANDA-MARION-6 at MYNDERSE-ROMULUS-17 - The Blue Devils finished their regular season at 9-7 and celebrated Senior midfielder Jackie Sinicropi (3g-4a) who reached her 50th career goal. Junior attacker Chelsea Korzeniewski scored five goals and two assists, and Senior midfielder Jackie Sinicropi added three goals and four assists while Junior offensive player Amelia Reese finished with three goals and two assists.  Gananda-Marion saw goals from Senior midfielder Colleen Ginsberg (4g-1a), and Sophomore midfielder Lexi Gallina (1g-1a).       [ BOX SCORE

Hilton vs AquinasPAL-MAC-21 at LIVONIA-AVON-7 - Pal Mac finished their regular season at 12-4 and with a winning streak of five game. Pal-Mac Sophomore midfielder Teagan Hudak reached her 200th career draw controls and Laker Sophomore attacker Lily Rowe reached her 100th career draw control in the game. Among the leaders in scoring for Pal-Mac were Teagan Hudak (4g-3a), Anna Priebe (5g-1a), and Reagan Diehl (3g-1a). Leading the scoring for Livonia-Avon (9-6) were Lily Rowe (5g-2a), Maddie Whitford (2g-1a), and Sidney Clickner (1a).        [ BOX SCORE

Hilton vs AquinasWAYNE-10 at GENEVA-6 -  Wayne won their first game against Geneva behind the efforts of Isabella Veltre (2g-4a), Madelyn Hillman (2g-2a), and Anabelle Ruffell (2g). Wayne senior goalie Mimi Ugalde made 11s/6ga = 65% (48 mins). Geneva goalie Maddie Askin (11s/10ga = 52% - 48 mins) reached her 300th career save while on the other end of the field Isabella Bonventre had four goals, and Meghan Forbes had four assists,        [ BOX SCORE

HILTON-12 at AQUINAS-11 - Hilton (5-11) surprised Aquinas (8-7) with a one goal win using scoring by Lilly Mattucci (2g-3a), Elena Graziano (3g-1a), Ryleigh Lent (2g-2a), and Charley Barlette (3g). Aquinas saw scoring from  Brynn Henry (4g-3a), Savannah Hinchcliffe (4g), and Marilena Diaz (1g). Aquinas Junior goalie Liz Tantalo made 13s/12ga = 52% (48 mins).       [ BOX SCORE]   - - More images in the photo gallery.

Hilton vs AquinasBROCKPORT-7 at EASTRIDGE/BK-16 - Leading the scoring for Eastridge/BK (9-5) were sophomore midfielder Kayla Gerson (5g-1a), senior midfielder Ashley Mandeville (3g-3a), senior midfielder Jillian Willis (4g-1a), and junior midfielder Ada Krupa (4g).  There was no report from Brockport (5-11) at post-time.         [ BOX SCORE

GREECE STORM-19 at MARCUS WHITMAN-12 - Greece Junior Ellie Lombardo (1g-1a) scored her first Varsity goal as The Storm saw scoring Hilton vs Aquinasfrom Erica Savage (3g-5a), Mara Misiurewicz (7g), Emma Carlson (4g-2a), and Emma Dioguardi (3g-2a). Sophia Snyder (6g), Holland Benge (4g), and Helen Snyder (2a) made the book for the Wildcats who will finish their regular season at Livonia-Avon. Greece has one more game when they host Eastridge/BK.        [ BOX SCORE

NEWARK-MIDLAKES-7 at WATERLOO-19 -  Waterloo extended their winning streak to five wins (11-4) and have one more game before Sectionals. They will host Geneva on Thursday. Sophomore midfielder Maci Mueller (8g-4a) reached her 150th career goal her 50th career assist in the game. Seniors Lainie Forde and Giana Delucia each had four goals. In the goal for Waterloo was Freshman Peyton Lyons with 7s/6ga = 54% (36 mins), and Junior Brigit Bowman with 2s/1ga = 67% (12 mins). Scoring for Newark-Midlakes were Stella Del Papa (3g), Zoey Overslaugh (3g), and Thea Lewis (1g-0a).        [ BOX SCORE

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Brighton, Churchville-Chili and Penn Yan Win

DAY IN REVIEW: TUESDAY - With only two days left in the regular season and things winding down there were three games played today. Brighton won a 9-7 contest over Canandaigua, Penn Yan won their game against Schroeder and Churchville-Chili was the winner against Mynderse-Romulus.

Schroeder vs Penn YanCANANDAIGUA-6 at BRIGHTON-9 - For the Bruins, who continue to battle following a slow start to their season, it was their third victory in their last four games.  Riley Lawrence had three goals and Ella Brunette added two more to pace the attack for Brighton (7-8).  There were no statistics reported from Canandaigua (13-2) at post time.   Each team concludes its regular season on Thursday, with the Bruins visiting Mercy and the Gray Wolves traveling to Churchville-Chili to take on the Saints.         [ BOX SCORE

CHURCHVILLE-CHILI-13 at MYNDERSE-ROMULUS-3 -  With the win, the Saints evened their season record at 7-7.  Alexi Finnigan led Schroeder vs Penn Yan Churchville-Chili with four goals, one assist, and eight draw controls.  Rorey Turk, Mackenzie Marsh, and Shavonne Callahan each had two goals for Churchville-Chili, and Mikayla Mellenthine recorded six saves.  Amelia Reese, Chelsea Korzeniewski, and Macey Seneca were the goal scorers for Mynderse-Romulus (8-7).   The Saints are home to Canandaigua on Thursday.  The Blue Devils host Gananda-Marion on Wednesday.       [ BOX SCORE

SCHROEDER-3 at PENN YAN-15 -  Leading the scoring for Penn Yan (12-3) were Corinne Barden (4g), Bailey Cooper (4g), Maihue Miranda-Wiltberger (2g/1a), Miley Andersen (2g), and ninth-grader Makenna Mullins (2g).  The Mustangs play host to HF-L on Thursday.  Lindsay Ruffalo had two goals for the Warriors, who completed their regular season with a mark of 7-8.        [ BOX SCORE

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Getting down to the End of the Season

DAY IN REVIEW: MONDAY - In the last week of games in the regular season, there were ten games played today. Winners included R-H, Fairport, Pal-Mac, Eastridge-BK, Brockport, Waterloo, Wayne, Livonia-Avon, Pittsford and Irondequoit.

IRONDEQUOIT-12 at THOMAS-7 - Alison Baumgartner led the Eagles with three goals and an assist; she also recorded five draw controls, the first of which was the 100th of her varsity career.  Ninth-grader Ellie Bottiglier added three goals for Irondequoit (9-6), and Emma Francis had 10 saves.  Olivia Bottoni had four goals and Megan Springer made nine saves for Thomas (5-10).  Both teams conclude their regular season Wednesday, Irondequoit with a home match against Penfield, and Thomas with an away game against HF-L.        [ BOX SCORE

GANANDA-MARION-4 at WAYNE-11 - With the win, the Eagles improved their season record to 8-7.  Leading the scoring for Wayne were Isabella Veltre (3g/1a), Madelyn Hillman (3g), and Emma Lockwood (2g).  Mimi Ugalde had six saves to anchor the Eagles’ defense.  There were no statistics reported from Gananda-Marion (3-11) at post time.  Both teams take to the road Wednesday, with the Eagles facing Geneva and the Blue Panthers taking on Mynderse-Romulus.         [ BOX SCORE

GATES CHILI-7 at BROCKPORT-11 - The win by the Blue Devils was their 26th in a row over Gates Chili dating back to 2009.  Audrey Nichols and eighth-grader Molly McJury had three goals apiece for Brockport (5-10), and ninth-grader Jessica Maher and Leah Breuilly combined for 10 saves.  There were no statistics reported from Gates Chili (1-9) at post time.  The Blue Devils visit Eastridge/Bishop Kearney on Wednesday.  The Spartans’ next game is Thursday, also at Eastridge/Bishop Kearney.       [ BOX SCORE

FAIRPORT-19 at ORCHARD PARK-7 -  The Red Raiders broke their four-game losing streak and ended their regular season with a non-league win.  Ella Peers, Katie Mallaber, and Camryn DuBose each had three goals for Fairport (10-6); Peers also secured a game-high 10 draw controls.  Aubrey Caruso, Meghan Arserio, and ninth-grader Brenna Goss scored two goals apiece.        [ BOX SCORE

MERCY-11 at RUSH-HENRIETTA-13 - The Royal Comets erased an 11-10 fourth-quarter deficit with three late goals.  Kate DeWald tallied four goals and collected seven draw controls to lead Rush-Henrietta (12-4) in its regular season finale.  Danielle Garrett added two goals and three assists; her third assist was her 50th as a varsity player.  There were no statistics reported from Mercy (7-8) at post time.  Mercy hosts Brighton on Thursday.          [ BOX SCORE

GENEVA-1 at PAL-MAC-18 - Ten players scored for Pal-Mac (11-4), led by Reagan Diehl (4g/1a) and Jenna Santelli (4g).  Lily Boesel contributed two goals, including the 50th of her varsity career, Jaelyn Drain scored her first varsity goal, and Teagan Hudak broke the single-season record at Pal-Mac for draw controls.  For the Panthers of Geneva (3-11), Isabella Bonventre scored the lone goal and Maddie Askin made eight saves.  The Red Raiders conclude their regular season Wednesday when they travel to Livonia-Avon.  The Panthers also resume play Wednesday when they host Wayne.        [ BOX SCORE

MYNDERSE-ROMULUS-11 at WATERLOO-14 - Waterloo scored two unanswered goals in the fourth quarter to break open a one-game game and secure the win.  Leading the scoring for Waterloo (10-4) were Maci Mueller (6g/4a), Lainie Forde (5g/2a), and Bailey Rossignol (2g/1a).  Chelsea Korzeniewski had five goals and three assists for Mynderse-Romulus (8-6).  The Tigers have a home game against Newark-Midlakes on Wednesday.  The Blue Devils host Churchville-Chili on Tuesday.         [ BOX SCORE

LIVONIA-AVON-17 at NEWARK-MIDLAKES-15 - With the Screaming Eagles down two players in the fourth quarter, the Lakers scored the tie-breaking goal and a late insurance goal to seal the win.  Sidney Clickner (7g/1a) and Lily Rowe (4g/2a) combined for 11 goals and 14 draw controls to lead Livonia-Avon (9-5).  For Newark-Midlakes (4-11), Stella Del Papa had six goals (including the 150th of her varsity career) and two assists to go with 10 draw controls; eighth-grader Zoey Overslaugh had six goals as well.  The Lakers host Pal-Mac Wednesday.  Also on Wednesday, the Screaming Eagles travel to Waterloo for a matchup against the Tigers.         [ BOX SCORE

EASTRIDGE/BK-17 at AQUINAS-11 -  Eastridge/Bishop Kearney (8-5) was led by Ashley Mandeville, whose six goals included the 50th of her varsity career, and Jillian Willis, who tallied five goals.  Kayla Gerson and Ada Krupa each chipped in three goals, and Nina Alderman recorded nine saves.  There were no statistics reported from Aquinas (8-6) at post time.  Both teams are back in action on Wednesday, when Eastridge/Bishop Kearney hosts Brockport and Aquinas plays host to Hilton.       [ BOX SCORE

 HILTON-1 at PITTSFORD-14 -  There were no statistics reported from either Pittsford (7-8) or Hilton (4-11) at post time.  Both teams conclude regular season play Wednesday, with Pittsford at Victor and Hilton at Aquinas.        [ BOX SCORE

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CA Ends Undefeated Season in One Goal Loss

DAY IN REVIEW: SATURDAY - Canandaigua (13-1) ended their undefeated season at the hands of South Jefferson (Section III) in a one goal game that ended 8-7. Pal Mac Head Coach E.J. Burse won his 200th game when the Red Raiders defeated East Aurora. Thomas won on the road, defeated Liverpool 13-11.

BALDWINSVILLE-3 at VICTOR-22 -  The Blue Devils extended their winning streak to seven games.  Twelve players scored for Victor (12-3), led by Devin Livingston (4g/1a) and Julia Bruno (3g), and Harper Myers scored her first varsity goal.  The Blue Devils host Pittsford on Wednesday.        [ BOX SCORE

SOUTH JEFFERSON-8 at CANANDAIGUA-7 -   Canandaigua (13-1) was unable to overcome a 7-2 first-half deficit and suffered their first defeat of the season.  Nola Weaver had two goals for the Gray Wolves, and Hanna Davis, Caroline Lyttle, Lola Schorr, Leah Sheridan, and Samantha Lupton had one goal apiece.  The Gray Wolves travel to Brighton on Tuesday to take on the Bruins.       [ BOX SCORE

EAST AURORA-4 at PAL-MAC-18 -  Reagan Diehl (6g/3a) led the offensive onslaught for the Red Raiders, while Jenna Santelli contributed three goals and three assists, Teagan Hudak collected nine draw controls, and Isabelle Cole had eight saves. For E.J. Burse, the Red Raiders’ coach, the game marked his 200th career win.  Pal-Mac (10-4) hosts Geneva on Monday.        [ BOX SCORE

FAYETTEVILLE-MANLIUS-5 at PITTSFORD-11 -  There were no statistics reported from Pittsford at post time.  The Panthers host Hilton on Monday.      [ BOX SCORE

MARCUS WHITMAN-2 at WATERLOO-14 -  For the Tigers, the win was their 20th straight over the Wildcats dating back to 2012.  Leading the scoring for Waterloo were Lainie Forde (5g/1a) and Maci Mueller (4g/1a).  Ninth-grader Peyton Lyons recorded seven saves for the Tigers.  Helen Snyder and Raegan Weissinger were the goal scorers for Marcus Whitman (0-13).  The Tigers play host to Mynderse-Romulus on Monday.  The Wildcats look for a win when they host Greece on Wednesday.        [ BOX SCORE

GREECE STORM-7 at AQUINAS-17 -  With the win, Aquinas improved its record to 8-5.  Savannah Hinchcliffe had seven goals and an assist to lead the Little Irish; ninth-grader Brynn Henry (2g/3a) and eighth-grader Alexandria Stacy (4g/1a) also made significant contributions.  Mara Misiurewicz scored four goals for Greece (8-5).  Aquinas is home to Eastridge/Bishop Kearney on Monday.  Greece is at Marcus Whitman on Wednesday.         [ BOX SCORE

THOMAS-13 at LIVERPOOL-11 -  The Titans traveled to Liverpool (III) and returned home with their fifth win of the season.  Olivia Bottoni and Sadie Eisenhart scored three goals each for Thomas (5-9), Olivia Ritchie and ninth-grader Harper Blakley chipped in two goals apiece, and Mia Estelle registered a game-high eight draw controls.  The Titans resume play Monday with a home game against Irondequoit.       [ BOX SCORE

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Penn Yan over Mercy

DAY IN REVIEW: FRIDAY - It was a busy Friday as ten games were played including Irondequoit over Brighton, Mynderse-Romulus over Livonia-Avon, and Penn Yan over Mercy.

Mercy vs Penn YanMERCY-8 at PENN YAN-9 - There were lots of milestone in the close game at Penn Yan this afternoon, Penn Yan Sophomore midfielder Bailey Cooper (5g-2a) scored five goals and two assists as she reached her 200th career goal. Mercy sophomore attacker Sydney Cook (1g) reached her 50th career goal and freshman goalie Elinor Meyer (7s) reached her 100th career save. Junior midfielder Krista Harnischfeger reached her 100th career draw control with her 4 wins for the Monarchs. Leading the scoring for Penn Yan (11-3) were Taylor Mullins (1g-2a), Maihue Miranda-Wiltberger (1g-2a), and Gianna Voigt (1g-1a). Leading the scoring for Mercy (7-7) were Mia Lusardi (3g), Lydia Malvaso (3a), Angelina Borrelli (1g-1a), Mia Quagrello (1g-1a), and Krista Harnischfeger (1g).      [ BOX SCORE

Mercy vs Penn YanMARCUS WHITMAN-11 at AQUINAS-17 -  In a high scoring game Freshman attacker Elizabeth Valentino (Aquinas) scored her first Varsity goal and Junior defender Hailee King (Marcus Whitman) scored her first Varsity goal. Leading the scoring for Aquinas (7-5) were Savannah Hinchcliffe (3g-1a), Alexandria Stacy (4g), Kessa Sangasy (2g), Lily Bell (2g), and Brynn Henry (1g-1a). Aquinas goalie Liz Tantalo recorded 4s/0ga = 100% (24 mins). Leading the scoring for Marcus Whitman were Aliysiah Clark (5g), Helen Snyder (1g-2a), (2g-1a), and Raegan Weissinger (1g). On Saturday Aquinas will host Greece and Marcus Whitman is at Waterloo.        [ BOX SCORE

PENFIELD-18 at SCHROEDER-6 -  Penfield (11-4) extended their winning streak to five games as seven players made the offensive book including Peyton Rothfuss (4g-3a), Whitney Reynolds (4g), Avery Fordham (2g-2a), and Emma Alexander (2g-1a). Penfield goalie Karis Hand recorded 8s/6ga = 57% (48 mins). Scoring for Schroeder (7-7) were Lindsay Ruffalo (1g-2a), Kylee Race (1g-1a), Brooke Guelli (2g), and Molly Meyer (1g-0a). Schroeder is at Penn Yan on Tuesday and Penfield will play at Irondequoit on Wednesday.       [ BOX SCORE

Mercy vs Penn YanFAIRPORT-9 at SPENCERPORT-13 -  Leading the scoring for Spencerport (10-6) were senior midfielder Alyssa Nichols (5g-1a), sophomore midfielder Brooke Endres (3g-2a), and senior attacker Sophia Marron (1g-2a).  There was no report from Fairport (9-6) at post-time.       [ BOX SCORE

VICTOR-11 at HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA-4 -  Victor (11-3) extended their winning streak to six wins and is set to host Baldwinsville on Saturday. Scoring for Honeoye Falls-Lima were Shaye Angelo (2g), Paige Kidd (1g-1a), Katie Adams (1g), and Camryn Trybuskiewicz (1a).  There was no report from Victor at post-time.         [ BOX SCORE

GATES CHILI-1 at WAYNE-9 - Leading the scoring for Wayne (7-7) were junior attacker Isabella Veltre (3g), junior midfielder Madelyn Hillman (3g), sophomore midfielder Lauren Twist (1g-1a), and sophomore attacker Julia DiLeo (1a). Wayne senior goaltended Mimi Ugalde had 10s/1ga = 91% (48 mins). There was no report from Gates Chili at post-time.        [ BOX SCORE

Mercy vs Penn YanLIVONIA-AVON-9 at MYNDERSE-ROMULUS-11 - Blue Devil junior midfielder Myah Herron reached her 100th career goal with her four goals (and two assists). Also scoring for Mynderse-Romulus (8-5) were Chelsea Korzeniewski (4g-2a), Myah Herron (4g), and Jackie Sinicropi (3g-2a).  There was no report from Livonia-Avon (8-5) at post-time.          [ BOX SCORE

GREECE STORM-13 at GENEVA-9 - Leading the scoring for Greece Storm (8-4) were Erica Savage (1g-5a), Mara Misiurewicz (7g), Emma Dioguardi (3g-1a), and Emma Carlson (2g-1a). Leading the scoring for Geneva were Meghan Forbes (4g-3a), Isabella Bonventre (3g-1a), and Natalie Vedora (2g). Geneva goalie Maddie Askin recorded 16s/13ga = 55% (48 mins).         [ BOX SCORE

Mercy vs Penn YanIRONDEQUOIT-10 at BRIGHTON-8  - The Eagle has a 4-3 lead after the first quarter and both teams scored two more before the half. A 3-0 third quarter gave Irondequoit (8-6) the win. Leading the scoring for Irondequoit were Grace Bottiglier (3g), Ella Brennan (4g), and Revlie Genier (1a). In the goal for Irondequoit was junior Emma Francis with 10s/6ga = 63% (48 mins). Leading the scoring for Brighton were Alexandra Madison (3g-2a), Riley Lawrence (2g), Lucy Lederman (1g), Sidonie Murphy (1a), Ireland Mistretta (1g-1a), and Anthea Hayslip (1g). Irondequoit is at Thomas on Monday and Brighton will host Canandaigua on Tuesday.      [ BOX SCORE

EASTRIDGE/BK-17 at NEWARK-MIDLAKES-9 - Eastridge/BK junior midfielder Ada Krupa (7g-2a) reached her 50th career goal and her 100th career draw controls with her 9 wins in the game. Senior midfielder Jillian Willis had (4g-2a), and senior midfielder Ashley Mandeville added (4g) for Eastridge/BK who will play At Aquinas on Monday.  Leading the scoring for Newark-Midlakes were senior offensive player Stella Del Papa (3g-3a), senior offensive player Kelsea Socha (1g-2a), and 8th grade offensive player Zoey Overslaugh (3g). The Eagles will host Livonia-Avon on Monday.      [ BOX SCORE]  

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Canandaigua Defeats Rush-Henrietta

DAY IN REVIEW: THURSDAY - Canandaigua was a 13-10 winner today in the only game played.

RUSH-HENRIETTA-10 at CANANDAIGUA-13 - With the win, the Gray Wolves remain undefeated on the season.  Nola Weaver had a game-high six goals for Canandaigua (13-0).  Leah Sheridan (3g), Lola Schorr (2g/1a), Hanna Davis (1g/3a), and Caroline Lyttle (1g/3a) also scored for Canandaigua.  Kate DeWald (4g/2a) and Danielle Garrett (3g/1a) led the scoring for Rush-Henrietta (11-4); each also achieved a career milestone with her 100th varsity goal.  The Gray Wolves seek to extend their unbeaten streak Saturday when they host South Jefferson (III).  The Royal Comets play host to Mercy on Monday.      [ BOX SCORE

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Victor Over Fairport

DAY IN REVIEW: WEDNESDAY - As the season starts its final quarter there was a full slate of games today. Most were mismatches but some, including the Blue Devil win over Fairport, had some exciting moments.

Brockport vs SpencerportBROCKPORT-2 at SPENCERPORT-17 -  For the Rangers, it was their tenth consecutive win over the Blue Devils dating back to 2015.  Molly Guzik (5g/1a), Brooke Endres (4g), Sophia Marron (3g), and Alyssa Nichols (2g/1a) led the scoring for Spencerport (9-6).  There were no statistics reported from Brockport (4-9) at post time.  Both teams resume play at home Friday, with Spencerport facing Fairport and Brockport taking on Hilton.        [ BOX SCORE

BRIGHTON-7 at THOMAS-4 -  All of the Bruins’ scoring was provided by Ireland Mistretta (4g) and Lucy Lederman (3g).  Sophia Shortino had three goals for the Titans, and Megan Springer recorded seven saves.  Brighton (6-7) hosts Irondequoit on Friday.  Thomas (4-9) has a non-league matchup Saturday against Liverpool (III).        [ BOX SCORE

Brockport vs SpencerportVICTOR-12 at FAIRPORT-10 - The Blue Devils won their fifth straight as a late Red Raider rally fell short.  There were no statistics reported from Victor (10-3) at post time.  Camryn DuBose scored three goals for Fairport (9-5).  The Blue Devils visit HF-L on Friday.  Also on Friday, the Red Raiders travel to Spencerport to take on the Rangers.         [ BOX SCORE

SCHROEDER-3 at IRONDEQUOIT-13 - With the win, the Eagles remain undefeated against the Warriors over the teams’ last 12 meetings.  Leading the scoring for Irondequoit (7-6) were Ella Brennan (5g/3a) and Alison Baumgartner (3g).  Molly Meyer had two goals for Schroeder (7-6).  On Friday, the Eagles travel to Brighton to meet the Bruins, and Schroeder hosts Penfield.         [ BOX SCORE

Brockport vs SpencerportLIVONIA-AVON-12 at GENEVA-6 - The Lakers improved their record to 8-4, while the Panthers fell to 3-9 on the season.  For Livonia-Avon, Lily Rowe had four goals and Sidney Clickner recorded 11 draw controls.  Maddie Askin had 13 saves for Geneva.  On Friday, Livonia-Avon is at Mynderse-Romulus and Geneva hosts Greece.           [ BOX SCORE

HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA-16 at CHURCHVILLE-CHILI-5 - The Cougars’ win, sparked by a seven-goal first quarter, was their 13th straight over the Saints.   Shaye Angelo and Paige Kidd had five goals apiece for HF-L (6-7), and Lily Brady recorded seven saves.  There were no statistics reported from Churchville-Chili (6-7) at post time.  The Cougars host Victor on Friday.  The Saints visit Mynderse-Romulus on Tuesday.        [ BOX SCORE

Brockport vs SpencerportRUSH-HENRIETTA-18 at HILTON-3 - It was the Royal Comets’ ninth consecutive win over the Cadets.  Eight players scored for Rush-Henrietta (11-3), including Danielle Garrett (2g/6a), Kate DeWald (4g/2a), and Riley Brown (3g/3a), whose second goal was the 50th of her varsity career.  Ryleigh Lent had two goals for Hilton (3-10).  The Royal Comets are back on the field Thursday when they take on undefeated Canandaigua.  The Cadets visit Brockport on Friday.      [ BOX SCORE

NEWARK-MIDLAKES-12 at WAYNE-17 - In this battle of Eagles, the non-screaming variety prevailed.  The Eagles of Wayne (6-7) were led by Isabella Veltre (5g/1a), Madelyn Hillman (4g/2a), and Julia DiLeo (4g); Anabelle Ruffell collected eight draw controls, and Mimi Ugalde had 11 saves.  For the Screaming Eagles of Newark-Midlakes (4-9), Stella Del Papa had 13 draw controls—including the 200th of her varsity career—to go with two goals and three assists, and Zoey Overslaugh added five goals and an assist.  Both teams have home contests on Friday, with Wayne meeting Gates Chili and Newark-Midlakes facing off against Eastridge/Bishop Kearney.         [ BOX SCORE

Brockport vs SpencerportEASTRIDGE/BK-20 at MARCUS WHITMAN-9 - Jillian Willis, Ashley Mandeville, and Ada Krupa led the offensive onslaught for Eastridge/Bishop Kearney (6-5) with six goals apiece, and Nina Alderman recorded 12 saves.  For the Wildcats, Aliysiah Clark had five goals, ninth-grader Ellie Deatherage scored her first varsity goal, and Helen Snyder registered nine draw controls.  Both teams take to the road on Friday, with Eastridge/Bishop Kearney traveling to Newark-Midlakes and Marcus Whitman visiting Aquinas.         [ BOX SCORE

Brockport vs SpencerportWATERLOO-16 at GANANDA-MARION-9 - The Tigers improved their record to 8-4, behind seven goals from Maci Mueller, three goals from Giana Delucia, and two goals each from Bailey Rossignol, Lainie Forde, and MacKenzie Tam.  Mueller and Rossignol also collected 10 draw controls each, including, for Mueller, the 100th of her varsity career.  Leading the scoring for Gananda-Marion (3-10) were Lexi Gallina (4g/1a) and Colleen Ginsberg (3g/1a).  Three players on the Blue Panthers achieved career milestones in the game—Maria Melnik collected her 500th career save, and Alexandra Cornell and Jordyn Brice each scored her first varsity goal.       [ BOX SCORE]   

PITTSFORD-5 at PENFIELD-10 - The Patriots built a 6-1 first-quarter lead on the way to their tenth victory of the season.  Penfield (10-4) was led by Peyton Rothfuss, who recorded a game-high four goals and eight draw controls.   There were no statistics reported from Pittsford (5-8) at post time.  The Patriots visit Schroeder on Friday.  The Panthers host section III rival Fayetteville-Manlius on Saturday.         [ BOX SCORE

Brockport vs SpencerportPAL-MAC-13 at MYNDERSE-ROMULUS-2 - The Red Raiders’ win was their seventh in a row over the Blue Devils dating back to 2018.  Eight players scored for Pal-Mac (9-4), led by Jenna Santelli (4g/2a) and Teagan Hudak (2g/2a); Hudak also registered seven draw controls, and Isabelle Cole recorded four saves.  Myah Herron and Chelsea Korzeniewski each had a goal for Mynderse-Romulus (7-5).  The Red Raiders have a non-league contest Saturday against East Aurora (VI).  The Blue Devils host Livonia-Avon on Friday.      [ BOX SCORE

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Mynderse-Romulus Wins

DAY IN REVIEW: TUESDAY - Mynderse-Romulus beat Marcus Whitman in the only game played today.

MARCUS WHITMAN-3 at MYNDERSE-ROMULUS-15 - The Blue Devils built a 9-1 halftime lead and coasted to the win.  Eight players scored for Mynderse-Romulus (7-4), including Myah Herron (4g/3a) and Chelsea Korzeniewski (3g/4a).  Alyson Furletti added three assists, and Amelia Reese secured a game-high five draw controls.  For Marcus Whitman (0-10), Helen Snyder and Aliysiah Clark each had a goal, as did ninth-grader Holland Benge, whose goal was the first of her varsity career.  Both teams have home games Wednesday, with Mynderse-Romulus taking on Pal-Mac and Marcus Whitman facing Eastridge/Bishop Kearney.        [ BOX SCORE

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Irondequoit Takes Mercy in OT

DAY IN REVIEW: MONDAY - There were a dozen games played today and several exciting close ones. Penfield beat CNS 8-7, Brighton beat Pittsford 4-3 and Irondequoit defeated Mercy 14-13 in overtime.

Penn Yan at SpencerportPAL-MAC-20 at NEWARK-MIDLAKES-5 - Ten different players scored goals for Pal-Mac in this game.  Leading the scoring for Pal-Mac (8-4) were Anna Priebe (5g), Jenna Santelli (2g-1a), Baylee Vilord (3g), Jolie Bourgeois (2g-1a), Brinn Castrechini (2g-1a), and Reagan Diehl (1g-1a).  There was no report from Newark-Midlakes at post-time.       [ BOX SCORE

CORNING-1 at RUSH-HENRIETTA-18 -  Eight players scored for Rush-Henrietta (10-3), including ninth-grader Emma DeWald (4g/1a), Danielle Garrett (3g/3a), Riley Brown (3g/2a), and Kate DeWald (3g/2a).  Sofie Kiselgof scored her first varsity goal for the Royal Comets, who visit Hilton on Wednesday.       [ BOX SCORE

Penn Yan at SpencerportGREECE STORM-8 at SCHROEDER-17 -  Leading the scoring for Schroeder (7-5) were Molly Meyer (3g-1a), Makenna Baier (3g-1a), Kylee Race (4g), Madison Dodge (1g-1a), Brooke Guelli (1g-2a), and Lindsay Ruffalo (1g). Senior defender Rachel DeMocker (Schroeder) scored her first Varsity goal in this game. Leading the scoring for Greece Storm (7-4) were Erica Savage (1g-3a), Mara Misiurewicz (4g), Emma Carlson (1g), and Emma Dioguardi (2g). Misiurewicz reached her 200th career goal and Sophomore attacker Emma Dioguardi reached her 50th career goal in the game.       [ BOX SCORE

Penn Yan at SpencerportHILTON-4 at CHURCHVILLE-CHILI-7 - Leading the scoring for Churchville-Chili (6-6) were Campbell Hewlett (2g-2a), Rorey Turk (1g-1a), Shavonne Callahan (2g), and Alexi Finnigan (1g). Campbell Hewlett reached her 50th career goal in the game. In the goal for Churchville-Chili was Mikayla Mellenthine with 10s/4ga = 71% (48 mins). There was no report from Hilton at post-time.       [ BOX SCORE

CNS-7 at PENFIELD-8 -  Ninth-grader Whitney Reynolds scored the go-ahead goal with less than four minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, and Penfield (9-4) won the ensuing draw and ran out the clock to seal the win.  Emma Alexander and Reegan Sercu each had three goals for the Patriots, and Karis Hand recorded eight saves.  For the Northstars of C-NS (III), it was only their second loss of the season.  Penfield hosts class A rival Pittsford on Wednesday.     [ BOX SCORE]   

Penn Yan at SpencerportPENN YAN-10 at SPENCERPORT-9 - With the win, Penn Yan improved its record to 10-3; for the Rangers, it was their third consecutive loss.  Bailey Cooper had a game-high four goals for the Mustangs, and Marion Wheeler registered seven saves.  Brooke Endres led Spencerport (8-6) with three goals.  Penn Yan is home to Mercy on Friday.  The Rangers seek to end their recent streak when they host Brockport on Wednesday.          [ BOX SCORE]   - - More images in the photo gallery. 

IRONDEQUOIT-14 at MERCY-13 -  Lucy Whipple scored in overtime to give the Eagles the win.  Leading the scoring for Irondequoit (6-6) were Madelyn Thore (3g/1a) and Ella Brennan (4g/1a).  Emma Francis had nine saves for the Eagles.  For Mercy (7-6), Mia Quagrello and ninth-grader Maeve Shanahan scored three goals apiece.  Irondequoit hosts Schroeder on Wednesday.  The Monarchs look to get back on the winning track when they visit Penn Yan on Friday.         [ BOX SCORE

Penn Yan at SpencerportGANANDA-MARION-2 at LIVONIA-AVON-13 - There were no reports from either team at post time.         [ BOX SCORE

MYNDERSE-ROMULUS-13 at GENEVA-3 -  Leading the scoring for Mynderse-Romulus (6-4) were Chelsea Korzeniewski (4g-4a), Jackie Sinicropi (4g-1a), and Myah Herron (4g). In the goal for Mynderse-Romulus was senior Maria Del Carmen with 5s/2ga = 71% (48 mins). Scoring for Geneva were Isabella Bonventre (3g) who reached her 50th career goal, Meghan Forbes (1a), and Teagan Cohrs (1a).       [ BOX SCORE]

Penn Yan at SpencerportWAYNE-9 at WATERLOO-14 - Leading the scoring for Waterloo (7-4) were Maci Mueller (5g-4a), Lainie Forde (3g-1a), Giana Delucia (4g), and Bailey Rossignol (2g-1a). In the goal for Waterloo was freshman Peyton Lyons with 6s/5ga = 55% (36 mins). Leading the scoring for Wayne were Isabella Veltre (1g-2a), Anabelle Ruffell (1g-1a), Lauren Twist (1g-1a), Madelyn Hillman (3g), Abby Brown (1g-1a), Samantha Branner (1g-1a), and Julia DiLeo (1a).        [ BOX SCORE

Penn Yan at SpencerportAQUINAS-21 at EASTRIDGE/BK-9 - Leading the scoring for Aquinas (6-5) were Savannah Hinchcliffe (3g-3a), Alexandria Stacy (5g), Brynn Henry (5g), Lily Rule (1g-2a), and Marilena Diaz (3g). In the goal for Aquinas was sophomore Keaghan Smith with 17s/9ga = 65%. Leading the scoring for Eastridge/BK (5-5) were Jillian Willis (3g-1a), Ada Krupa (3g), and Ashley Mandeville (2g).   [ BOX SCORE

BRIGHTON-4 at PITTSFORD-3 -  The Bruins prevailed in this battle of neighboring rivals.  Lucy Lederman led the scoring for Brighton (5-7) with two goals, and Lauren Russell had five saves.  There were no statistics reported from Pittsford (5-7) at post time.  Both teams resume play Wednesday, with the Bruins visiting Thomas and the Panthers traveling to Penfield.        [ BOX SCORE]      

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Schroeder Over Lancaster 9-8

DAY IN REVIEW: SATURDAY - There were five games played on Saturday and most were mismatches. HFL, Schroeder and Victor were among the winners.

PAL-MAC-9 at HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA-17 - With the win, HF-L remains undefeated in its last nine games against Pal-Mac dating back to 2009.  Leading the scoring for HF-L were Shaye Angelo (3g/5a), Camryn Trybuskiewicz (2g/4a), and eighth-grader Harper Jacob (3g/2a).  Two of the Cougars achieved career milestones in the game—Paige Kidd with her 200th draw control, and Shaye Angelo with her 100th draw control.  For Pal-Mac (7-4), eighth-grader Brinn Castrechini had three goals, and Jenna Santelli and Teagan Hudak had two goals apiece.  Both teams resume play on the road next week, with HF-L taking on Churchville-Chili Wednesday and Pal-Mac facing Newark-Midlakes Monday.         [ BOX SCORE

 CNS-13 at BRIGHTON-7 -  Despite keeping the game close in the first half, the Bruins ultimately fell to the top-rated squad in section III.  Ireland Mistretta (3g) led the scoring for Brighton (4-7), while Sara Solomon recorded her first varsity goal.  The Bruins visit Pittsford on Monday.        [ BOX SCORE

QUEENSBURY-10 at RUSH-HENRIETTA-8 -  In losing to undefeated Queensbury (II), Rush-Henrietta saw its record fall to 9-3.  The Royal Comets were led by Riley Brown and Danielle Garrett, each of whom scored three goals, and Angelia Oechsle, who had eight saves.  Ashlyn Roberts also scored the 50th goal of her varsity career.  The Royal Comets host Corning (IV) on Monday.        [ BOX SCORE

SCHROEDER-9 at LANCASTER-8 - The Warriors handed Lancaster (VI) just its second loss of the season.  There were no statistics reported from Schroeder (6-5) at post time.  The Warriors host Greece on Monday.          [ BOX SCORE

VICTOR-12 at MERCY-6 - The Blue Devils improved their record to 9-3 with the win.  There were no statistics reported from Victor at post time.  For the Monarchs, Mia Quagrello led the scoring with two goals, and Elinor Meyer had six saves.  Victor travels to Fairport on Wednesday to take on the Red Raiders.  Mercy hosts Irondequoit on Monday.         [ BOX SCORE

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Canandaigua Over Fairport

DAY IN REVIEW: FRIDAY - Most of the games today were mismatches, but Gananda-Marion had a 6-3 win over Gates Chili. Canandaigua beat Fairport 9-7 and Mynderse-Romulus lost  to Jordan-Elbridge 11-10.

Mercy at AquinasHONEOYE FALLS-LIMA-4 at PITTSFORD-11 - The first half was close with the Panthers leading 4-3 at the break, but they opened it up in the second half outscoring the Cougars 7-1. Paige Kidd scored all four goals and Camryn Trybuskiewicz had three assists for HFL. There was no report from Pittsford at post-time. Pittsford will host Brighton on Monday and HFL will host Pal-Mac on Saturday.          [ BOX SCORE

MERCY-22 at AQUINAS-13 -  There was a lot of scoring in the game this afternoon. Leading the scoring for Aquinas (5-5) were Savannah Hinchcliffe (6g-1a) and Brynn Henry (4g-2a). There was no report from Mercy (7-4) at post-time.      [ BOX SCORE]   - - More images in the photo gallery. 

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SPENCERPORT-6 at VICTOR-16 -Molly Guzil scored five goals for Spencerport (8-5) who will host Penn Yan on Monday. There was no report from Victor (8-3) at post-time.        [ BOX SCORE

CANANDAIGUA-9 at FAIRPORT-7 -  Canandaigua remained undefeated at 12-0 with their win tonight. Fairport saw scoring from Sophomore attacker Camryn DuBose (3g) who reached her 50th career goal in the game. Ella Peers (1g-1a), Brenna Goss (2g), and Katie Mallaber (1g) added to the scoring for the Red Raiders. Fairport goalie Marisa Test had 5s/4ga = 56% (24 mins). There was no report from Canandaigua at post-time.        [ BOX SCORE

PENFIELD-14 at HILTON-1 -There were no reports from either time at post-time.      [ BOX SCORE

Mercy at AquinasGANANDA-MARION-6 at GATES CHILI-3 - Freshman defender Joselyn Marshall (Gananda-Marion) scored her first Varsity goal for the Blue Panthers and Colleen Ginsberg led the scoring with four goals. Senior goalie Maria Melnik recorded 4s/2ga = 67% (48 mins). There was no report from Gates Chili at post-time.         [ BOX SCORE

MYNDERSE-ROMULUS-10 at JORDAN-ELBRIDGE-11 - Chelsea Korzeniewski (4g-2a) reached her 100th career assist for the Blue Devils. Junior midfielder Myah Herron added (4g-2a) and Junior offensive player Amelia Reese (2g-1a) added to the offensive tally. Jordan-Elbridge saw points from Kelsey Brunelle (4g-2a), Makayla Penird (1g), Zoie Karcz (2g), Briella Gilfus (1g-1a), Evelyn Bennett (1g), Charlotte Hsiao (2g), Brenna Tubbert (1a) and in the goal, Ryleigh Gill was credit with 31s/10ga.        [ BOX SCORE

Mercy at AquinasWATERLOO-2 at PENN YAN-16 - Nine different players scored goals for Penn Yan including Corinne Barden (2g-3a), Miley Andersen (1g-2a), and Bailey Cooper (3g-1a). Penn Yan Junior goalie Marion Wheeler had 2s/1ga = 67% (24 mins), and Freshman Megan Wheeler recorded 2s/1ga = 67% (24 mins). Sophomore midfielder Maci Mueller (1g-1a), and Senior attacker Lainie Forde (1g-0a) scored for Waterloo (6-4) who will host Wayne on Monday.       [ BOX SCORE

IRONDEQUOIT-6 at RUSH-HENRIETTA-14 -The Royal Comets (9-2) extended their winning streak to five as Senior goalie Angelia Oechsle reached her 300th save. Danielle Garrett (4g-2a), Kate DeWald (3g-1a), Catrina Rowe (2g-2a), and Riley Brown (2g-1a) were top scores for R-H. Senior midfielder Alison Baumgartner (2g) reached her 50th career goal while Ella Brennan (2g), Freshman Ellie Bottiglier (1a), and 8th grade offensive player Lucy Whipple (1g) added to the Eagle tally. Irondequoit is at Mercy on Monday and Rush-Henrietta will host Queensbury on Saturday.      [ BOX SCORE

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