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Monday - First Day of Sectionals

There were seven games played on the first day of the sectionals.

PENFIELD 17 - GREECE STORM 3  - QTR - Also in class A, fourth-seeded Penfield took a 10-1 halftime lead on its way to a 17-3 win over Greece Storm.  Penfield faces top-seeded Rush-Henrietta on Wednesday.  Rylee Brendlinger had seven saves for the Storm.         [BOXSCORE]

AQUINAS 17 - GANANDA-MARION 3  - QTR -  Top-seeded Aquinas advanced to the class D semifinals with a 19-2 victory over Gananda-Marion.  Mackenna Brown (4g), Savannah Hinchcliffe (4g), and Sienna Hinchcliffe (2g/4a) provided the offensive punch for the Little Irish, who also dominated the center circle, winning 19 draw controls.  Aquinas meets Penn Yan on Wednesday.      [BOXSCORE]

WATERLOO 16 - MARCUS WHITMAN 3  - QTR -  Waterloo defeated Marcus Whitman, 16-3, and will face Pal-Mac Wednesday in the class D semis.  Dana Jolly recorded four saves for No. 2 Waterloo, while Natalie DiSanto (6g/1a), Maci Mueller (5g), and Marissa Russell (3g) accounted for the bulk of Waterloo’s scoring.      [BOXSCORE]

FAIRPORT 17 - HILTON 2  - QTR - In class A play, No. 3 seed Fairport routed Hilton, 17-2.  Leading the scoring for Fairport were Lily Kondas (3g), Ella Peers (4g), Katie Mallaber (3g), and Morgan Wrobbel (3g/2a).  Jaelyne Twomey had six saves for the Red Raiders, who advance to face second-seeded Pittsford on Wednesday.       [BOXSCORE]

WAYNE 2 - EASTRIDGE 16  - QTR - In a class C quarterfinal match, fifth-seeded Eastridge defeated Wayne, 16-2.  Skye Gaudio (6g) and Nicole Hetzer (5g/2a) were the major offensive contributors for the Lancers, while Ada Krupa collected 11 draw controls, and Melody Gaudio recorded seven saves.  Eastridge moves on to play No. 1 Honeoye Falls-Lima on Thursday.  Marley Hewitt accounted for both of Wayne’s goals. (The game was moved from Tuesday.)      [BOXSCORE]

PAL-MAC 12 - LIVONIA-AVON 7  - QTR - Pal-Mac, the third seed in class D, punched its ticket to the semifinals with a 12-7 win over Livonia-Avon.  The Red Raiders, who play Waterloo on Wednesday, were led by Kylie Waeghe (7g), Reagan Diehl (3g/3a), Molly Seither (2g), and Faith Beals (3s).       [BOXSCORE]

PENN YAN 15 - MYNDERSE-ROMULUS 2  - QTR - The fourth seed in class D, Penn Yan, earned a 15-2 victory over Mynderse-Romulus.  Penn Yan will face Aquinas in a semifinal contest on Wednesday.  Seven players lit the scoring lamp for the Mustangs, including Corinne Barden (2g/1a), Bailey Cooper (4g/1a), Jammie Decker (2g), and Kaley Griffin (4g/1a).  Hannah Parsons stopped 10 shots for Penn Yan.  Bridget Mapstone recorded six saves for Mynderse-Romulus.       [BOXSCORE]


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On-Line Ticket ONLY at Semis & Finals

Section V has announced that ticket for the Boys and Girls Sectional lacrosse SEMI FINALS and CHAMPIONSHIPS will be offered ONLY on line. The procedure has been use in the previous fall and winter seasons.

There will be NO CASH sales at the various venues.

Tickets are purchased at Digital Ticketing and you will need to present your digital tick (on your phone).

There will be no charge for the per-quarter or quarterfinal games.


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2022 Final Sectional Seeding

The Official Sectional Seeding information has been released on GLaxFive and the Section V website.

Seeding points are earned based on the final win/loss record of each opponent.  Each team’s win/loss record is expressed as a percentage and given a point value.  

Teams with over 75% wins are given a 10 point value for a win (4 points for a loss), teams over 50% and under 75% are given an 8/3 value, teams over 25% and under 50% are given a 6/2 value, and teams under 25% are given a 4/1 value.  

After totaling the points from your games the sum is divided by the total number of games played to give an average point value.

These averages are ranked against all other opponents in each Class to determine the seed.

Class A

1 Rush-Henrietta 13-3 115 7.1875
2 Pittsford 13-3 113 7.0625
3 Fairport 10-6 90 5.6250
4 Penfield 7-9 79 4.9375
5 Greece Storm 6-10 65 4.0625
6 Hilton 4-12 61 3.8125


Class B

1 Victor 15-1 130 8.1250
2 Canandaigua 13-3 120 7.5000
3 Mercy 12-4 108 6.7500
4 Brighton 10-6 100 6.2500
5 Thomas 10-6 94 5.8750
6 Irondequoit 9-7 92 5.7500
7 Schroeder 9-7 89 5.5625
8 Spencerport 5-11 65 4.0625
9 Churchville-Chili 7-9 64 4.0000
10 Gates Chili 1-13 32 2.2857


Class C

1 Honeoye Falls-Lima 8-8 77 4.8125
2 Geneva 8-7 70 4.6667
3 Newark-Midlakes 7-9 62 3.8750
4 Wayne 7-9 58 3.6250
5 Eastridge 5-11 57 3.5625
6 Brockport 5-11 52 3.2500


Class D

1 Aquinas 12-4 99 6.1875
2 Waterloo 11-5 92 5.7500
3 Pal-Mac 12-4 89 5.5625
4 Penn Yan 9-7 86 5.3750
5 Mynderse-Romulus 7-7 59 4.2143
6 Livonia-Avon 6-10 63 3.9375
7 Marcus Whitman 4-10 47 3.3571
8 Cananda-Marion 0-16 38 2.3750
Good luck to all Section Five teams in the Tournaments.

More Information

Brackets can be found on the tournament page.

Final Seeding: The full list by class is located here.

Final Points: The points given by each team is found here.

The procedure for seeding can be found here.


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Friday - The Regular Season Ends

There were three games played on the last day of the regular season. The Section V tournaments will start next week.

NEWARK-MIDLAKES 16 - GATES CHILI 2  - The `Reagles~ scored eleven goals in the first half with scoring by Stella Del Papa with 5g and Jenna Havert and Kathryn Verdine who each ahd 3g-1a. Newark-Midlakes finishes the regular season at 7-9. There was no report from the Spartans at post time.       [BOXSCORE]

EASTRIDGE 13 - GENEVA 8  - Skye Gaudio had a team leading 7g-1a and Nicole Hetzer added 4g for the Lancers whose goaltender Melody Gaudio made 19s (70%). Ada Krupa won 9 DCs in the the last game of the regular season for Eastridge (5-11). Geneva saw six single goals by six different players. Allie Good had 2g and Sophie Heieck had 1g-2a for the Panthers 8-7.       [BOXSCORE]

SCHROEDER 17 - AQUINAS 9  -Brooke Guelli scored 3g-2a and Stefanie Sellitto added 4g and Schroeder ends its regular season with a win at home and a record of 9-7. There was no report from Aquinas at post time.       [BOXSCORE]


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Thursday - Thomas over Mercy

There were four games played today. Thomas won a 12-11 game with Mercy.

Penn Yan and WaterlooMERCY 11 - THOMAS 12  - In a tight class B contest, Thomas outlasted Mercy, 12-11.  Megan Springer had eight saves to lead the Titans.  Kolbi Spencer (2g/2a), Maddie Quinlan (4g), and Mya Zeller (2g/2a) provided the bulk of the scoring for Thomas (10-6).  Kolbi Spencer also collected five draw controls and seven ground balls.  Mercy finished the regular season at 12-4.  There were no statistics reported from Mercy at post time.       [BOXSCORE]

SPENCERPORT 15 - GREECE STORM 4  - Spencerport defeated Greece Storm, 15-4.  Livia Fedele had seven goals for the Rangers; Molly Guzik tallied four more.  Spencerport completed the regular season with a record of 5-11.  Mackenzie Gibaud scored three goals for Greece (6-10).        [BOXSCORE]       There are also some game photos available.

Penn Yan and WaterlooGENEVA 13 - NEWARK-MIDLAKES 7  - Geneva picked up its eighth win in a 13-7 decision over Newark-Midlakes.  For the Panthers, Grace Validzic (4g/2a), Sophie Heieck (1g/4a), and Rylie McGhan (3g) led the scoring, Katelyn Ikle collected eight draw controls in addition to a goal and an assist, and Sophia Cosentino recorded six saves.  Geneva concludes its regular season Friday with a game against Eastridge.  The Reds (6-9) host Gates Chili on Friday.  There were no statistics reported from Newark-Midlakes at post time.       [BOXSCORE]

HILTON 2 - FAIRPORT 16  - Fairport won handily at Hilton, defeating the Cadets by a score of 16 to 2.  Jaelyne Twomey had five saves for the Red Raiders (10-6), while Lily Kondas (5g/1a), Ella Peers (2g/3a), Makayla Keys (3g/1a), and Morgan Wrobbel (1g/3a) were all major offensive contributors.  Hilton fell to 4-12.  There were no statistics reported from Hilton at post time.       [BOXSCORE]


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Wednesday - HF-L Wins in Overtime

There were seven games played today. HF-L won their game with Brighton in overtime and Pal-Mac had an 8-2 win against Penn Yan.

IRONDEQUOIT 22 - EASTRIDGE 2  - Irondequoit trounced Eastridge, 22-2.  Ten players scored for the Eagles, including Izzy Geesler (4g/3a) and Hannah Smith (5g/1a). Irondequoit completed its regular season with a record of 9-7.  The Lancers conclude their regular season Friday with a home game against Geneva.  There were no statistics reported from Eastridge at post time.       [BOXSCORE]

BRIGHTON 10 - HF-L 11 OT  - In an exciting back-and-forth contest that took three overtime periods to decide, Honeoye Falls-Lima emerged the victor at Brighton, defeating the Bruins 11-10.  Honeoye Falls-Lima is 8-8.  Brighton is 10-6.  There were no statistics reported from either team at post time.       [BOXSCORE]

SCHROEDER 16 - BROCKPORT 4  - Schroeder earned a 16-4 win over Brockport.  Schroeder (8-7) hosts Aquinas on Friday.  Brockport is 5-11.  There were no statistics reported from either team at post time.       [BOXSCORE]

WAYNE 12 - GATES CHILI 6  - Wayne built a 9-2 halftime lead and cruised to a 12-6 victory over the Spartans from Gates Chili.  Payton Walton, Riley Simpson, and Marley Hewitt each had two goals for the Eagles (7-9).  The Spartans travel to Newark-Midlakes for a game Friday against the Reds.  There were no statistics reported from Gates Chili at post time.        [BOXSCORE]

MYNDERSE-ROMLULUS 16 - GANANDA-MARION 1  - Mynderse-Romulus evened its record at 7-7 with a 16-1 victory against Gananda-Marion.  Kelly Kohberger (4g/2a), Chelsea Korzeniewski (2g/2a), and Haley Mosch (4g) led the attack for the Blue Devils.  Gananda-Marion ended the season winless.  There were no statistics reported from Gananda-Marion at post time.       [BOXSCORE]

WATERLOO 15 - MARCUS WHITMAN 1  - Waterloo coasted to a 15-1 win over Marcus Whitman.  Natalie DiSanto and Maci Mueller each had three goals for Waterloo (11-5), while Kylee Bedette, Kristine DeWall, and Marissa Russell had two goals apiece.  Dana Jolly recorded six saves.  For the Wildcats (4-10), Hannah Blaker had 12 saves.       [BOXSCORE]

PENN YAN 2 - PAL-MAC 8  - In a low-scoring affair at Penn Yan, Pal-Mac (12-4) defeated the Mustangs by a score of 8 to 2.  Reagan Diehl (3g/1a), Kylie Waeghe (3g), and Faith Beals (7s) led a strong effort for the Red Raiders.  Penn Yan concluded its regular season with a record of 9-7.  There were no statistics reported from Penn Yan at post time.       [BOXSCORE]


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Tuesday - CA by One - BK by One

There were two close ones today. Canandaigua beat Skaneateles in a low scoring 3-2 and Bishop Kearney beat Newark-Midlakes 11-10.

BISHOP KEARNEY 11 - NEWARK-MIDLAKES 10  -  Bishop Kearney continued their late season ascent, improving their record to 5-9 with a hotly contested 11-10 victory over Newark-Midlakes.  The Kings held on to their one goal lead from halftime , and also overcame stellar efforts from Stella Del Papa (6g-1a), and Melea Kuzmenko (9 saves) for the Reds in order to secure the win.  The loss drops Newark-Midlakes to 6-8.  No Book for Bishop Kearney at time of post.       [BOXSCORE]

GREECE STORM 5 - HILTON 9  - Hilton defeated Greece Storm by a score of 9-5 this evening to improve their record to 4-11, while Greece dropped to 6-9.  Alison Dioguardi notched a Hat Trick for Greece while Mackenzie Gibaud (1g-2a) added a 3-point effort of her own and Goalie Rylee Bredlinger made 10 saves for the Storm in a losing effort.  No book for Hilton at time of post.        [BOXSCORE]

SKANEATELES 2 - CANANDAIGUA 3  - Canandaigua earned a gritty 7-2 victory over a talented out of section Skaneateles team this evening in Skaneateles.  The Braves came away from the first half with a narrow 3-2 lead on goals by Koehler Nieman (1g), Liv Schorr (1g) and Abbey Herod (3g-1a).  The Braves defense then completely shut down the Lakers, allowing zero second half goals, while Herod netted 2 more and Makena Crouse (2g) added 2 empty netters to seal the game.  Herod also added a Draw Control and 4 GB’s to her stat line, while Liv Schorr anchored the Braves robust defensive effort with 3 Caused Turnovers and 4 GB’s, and Maggie Cross kept the Lakers out of her net all night, recording 6 saves, while allowing only 2 goals.  The win concludes Canandaigua’s regular season, which they will finish 13-3 going into sectional play.  No book for Skaneateles       [BOXSCORE]

GENEVA 21 - GANANDA-MARION 3  - Geneva piled on Gananda-Marion tonight with a 21-3 lopsided win.  Lots of big numbers for the Panthers tonight as Allie Good (4g-4a) led all scorers with 8 points, while Grace Validzic (4g-2a), Sophie Heieck (3g-2a), Rylie McGhan (5g), Katelyn Ikle (2g-1a), and Natalie McFadden (2g) all posted multi-point lines.  No Book for Gananda-Marion at time of post.        [BOXSCORE]


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Monday - Brighton over R-H 5-4

The closest game of the day was Brighton`s 5-4 win over Rush-Henrietta. Wayne beat the Lakers 10-7 and Mynderse-Romulus was a 12-9 winner over Bishop Kearney.

GATES CHILI 9 - EASTRIDGE 20  -  Eastridge powered its way to a 20-9 victory over Gates Chili.  Nicole Hetzer (7g/3a), Ada Krupa (3g/9a), and Skye Gaudio (5g/1a) all had huge offensive games for the Lancers.  Ada Krupa also collected an incredible 17 draw controls.  On Wednesday, Eastridge visits Irondequoit, and the Spartans travel to Wayne.  There were no statistics reported from Gates Chili at post time.       [BOXSCORE]

AQUINAS 19 - GREECE STORM 8  -  Aquinas defended their home turf by soundly defeating Greece Storm 19-8.  Sienna Hinchcliffe exploded for 6 goals and 2 assists, while Giana Leonardi (4g-3a) also posted an impressive 7 point performance.  Mackena Brown (3g-2a) and Savannah Hinchcliffe (3g) also posted Hat Tricks for the Lil’ Irish.  Alison Dioguardi led Greece with 4 goals, while Mackenzie Gibaud distributed 5 assists.  Erica Savage (2g-2a) also scored 4 points for Greece.       [BOXSCORE]

HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA 6 - IRONDEQUOIT 16  - Irondequoit (8-7) continued its recent strong play with a 16-6 win over Honeoye Falls-Lima.  The Eagles have won five of their last six games, with the only blemish in that stretch being a one-goal loss to Canandaigua.  Irondequoit’s season finale is Wednesday against Eastridge.  The Cougars also conclude regular season play on Wednesday when they face Brighton.  There were no statistics reported from either team at post time.        [BOXSCORE]

SPENCERPORT 6 - CANANDAIGUA 16  - Canandaigua traveled to Spencerport tonight to defeat the Rangers 16-6.  Liv Schorr (5g-1a) and Abbey Herod (3g-3a) each scored 6 points for the Braves, and Abbey Herod also added 13 Draw Controls and 3 GB’s.  Nola Weaver, Koehler Nieman and Lily Shaw each scored 2 goals as well, and  Goalie Meckenzie Taft made 5 saves between the pipes.  Molly Guzik lead Spencerport with 2 goals and 1 assist, while Brooke Endres (2g), Ruby DePalma (2a), Isabella Buono (1g-1a) and Livia Fedele (1g-1a) all posted 2 post games, and Kayla Ferrigno made 7 saves.        [BOXSCORE]

MYNDERSE-ROMULUS 12 - BISHOP KEARNEY 9  - Mynderse-Romulus broke open a tight game in the second half and defeated Bishop Kearney, 12-9.  Leading scorers for the Mynderse-Romulus were Kelly Kohberger (5g/1a) and Amelia Reese (3g).  The Blue Devils complete their regular season Wednesday when they host Gananda-Marion.  Bishop Kearney, which lost for the first time after three consecutive wins, hosts Newark-Midlakes on Tuesday.  There were no statistics reported from Bishop Kearney at post time.        [BOXSCORE]

BROCKPORT 1 - THOMAS 17  -  Thomas walked all over  Brockport 17-1 at Brockport this evening.  Alexa Strelick went off for 5 goals and 4 assists in the game to lead all scorers, and Kolbi Spencer (2g-1a), Gwen Newtown (3g) and Addison Schaeffer (2g-1a) added 3 points for Thomas.  Maggie Childs saved 5 shots, while only allowing 1 goal all game.       [BOXSCORE]

WAYNE 10 - LIVONIA-AVON 7  -  Playing at home, Wayne beat Livonia-Avon 10-7.  Wayne benefited from strong offensive performances from Riley Simpson (3g-1a), Samantha Branner (2g), and Marley Hewitt (2g-1a).  Mimi Ugalde was crucial to Wayne’s victory, making 10 saves.       [BOXSCORE]

CHURCHVILLE-CHILI 2 - PENFIELD 12  -  Penfield easily handled Churchville Chili tonight by a score of 12-2.  No book was submitted for either team at time of post.       [BOXSCORE]

RUSH-HENRIETTA 4 - BRIGHTON 5  - Brighton (10-5) earned a split of its season series with Rush-Henrietta, defeating the Royal Comets by a score of 5-4.  Angelia Oechsle had 11 saves for Rush-Henrietta, which finished its regular season at 13-3.  Brighton hosts Honeoye Falls-Lima on Wednesday.  There were no statistics reported from Brighton at post time.        [BOXSCORE]


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Saturday - Thomas over Brighton

Thomas beat Brighton, Mercy beat Waterloo and Victor beat B-Ville on Saturday.

BRIGHTON 11 - THOMAS 13  - In a tight class B battle, Thomas outlasted Brighton, 13-11.  The Titans (8-6) visit Brockport on Monday.  Also on Monday, Brighton (9-5) faces off for the second time this season against Rush-Henrietta.  There were no statistics reported from either team at post time.       [BOXSCORE]

MERCY 16 - WATERLOO 5  - Mercy improved to 12-3 with a convincing 16-5 victory over Waterloo.  Nine players scored for the Monarchs, including Madeleine Fitzgerald (2g/2a), Ava LaRocco (2g/2a), Mia Lusardi (3g/2a), and Evelyn McAuliffe (3g/2a).  Mercy’s last regular season game is Thursday against Thomas.  Waterloo (10-5) concludes its regular season with a game Wednesday against Marcus Whitman.  There were no statistics reported from Waterloo at post time       [BOXSCORE]

VICTOR 16 - BALDWINSVILLE 8  - In a season of impressive wins for Victor, the Blue Devils notched another in their finale today, defeating a tough Baldwinsville (section 3) squad by a score of 16 to 8.  Eva Pronti had a huge game for Victor (15-1), recording five goals and eight assists.  Devin Livingston (3g/11dc) and Olivia Bruno (2g/8dc) also had strong all-around games.  Kennedy Schottland had six saves.      [BOXSCORE]

EASTRIDGE vs GATE CHILI   - There was no score reported for the game between Gates Chili and Eastridge.        [BOXSCORE]


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Friday - Penfield, Penn Yan and Brockport Win

There were eleven games played on a warm Friday. Fairport won an 11-9 game with HF-L, Penn Yan beat Aquinas 10-9, and Brockport was a 10-8 winner over Wayne.

RUSH-HENRIETTA 18 - THOMAS 11  - Rush-Henrietta defeated Thomas, 18-11.  The Royal Comets (13-2) featured their standard balanced attack, with nine different scorers including Avery Roberts (2g/1a), Ashlyn Roberts (2g/1a), Catrina Rowe (2g/1a), Ally Garrett (4g), Danielle Garrett (3g), and Lena Cox (2g).  The Royal Comets close out their regular season schedule Monday against Brighton.  The Titans (7-6) have a quick turn-around with a game Saturday, also against Brighton.  There were no statistics reported from Thomas at post time.       [BOXSCORE]

BRIGHTON 19 - HILTON 4  -   Only the score was reported at post time.        [BOXSCORE]

FAIRPORT 11 - HF-L 9  - Fairport edged Honeoye Falls-Lima, 11-9.  The Red Raiders, who improved to 9-6, conclude their regular season Thursday against Hilton.  The Cougars (7-7) host Irondequoit on Monday.  There were no statistics reported from either team at post time.       [BOXSCORE]

GREECE STORM 16 - NEWARK-MIDLAKES 4  - Alison Dioguardi posted 6g-3a and Mackenzie Gibaud had 4g-6a to lead the Storm in the victory over the Reds.  There was no report from Newark-Midlakes at post time.        [BOXSCORE]

PITTSFORD 16 - SCHROEDER 3  - Pittsford (13-3) concluded the regular season with a 16-3 victory over Schroeder.  Ella Dossier had two goals in a losing effort for the Warriors (7-7), who host Brockport on Wednesday.  There were no statistics reported from Pittsford at post time.       [BOXSCORE]

AQUINAS 9 - PENN YAN 10  -  A one goal difference in the first half was the difference as the Mustangs won by one goal. Kaley Griffin had 4g-2a to lead Penn Yan (9-6). There was no report from Aquinas at post time.       [BOXSCORE]

WAYNE 8 - BROCKPORT 10  - Riley Simpson had 2g-3a and Abby Brown had 2g-1a for Wayne. There was no report from Brockport at post time.       [BOXSCORE]

SOUTH JEFFERSON 17 - CANANDAIGUA 9  - South Jefferson took control in the first half (11-4), but the game was even in the second half as both teams scored six goals. Hanna Davis was the offensive leader for CA with 3g-1a while Koehler Nieman and Liv Schorr each added 2g. The stats for South Jefferson were unavailable.       [BOXSCORE]

AUBURN 9 - PENFIELD 11  -   Only the score was reported at post time.     [BOXSCORE]

There were no scores reported for the game between Eastridge and Bishop Kearney or for the game between Marcus Whitman and Gananda-Marion at post time.




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Thursday - Mercy Over Pal-Mac

There was a single game played in beautiful weather. Mercy took a win from Pal-Mac.

MERCY 17 - PAL-MAC 7  - Mercy built a 10-4 halftime lead and coasted to a 17-7 win over Pal-Mac.  Mercy is 11-3.  The Monarchs were led by Madeleine Fitzgerald (3g/3a), Ava LaRocco (4g/2a), and Olivia Luchetti (5g/2a).  Katherine Longuil and Olivia Morey combined for 12 saves.  Mercy hosts Waterloo on Saturday.  For the Red Raiders, Kylie Waeghe had five goals and Faith Beals had eight saves.  Molly Seither had a fine all-around game, recording a goal, an assist, four draw controls, five ground balls, and three caused turnovers.  Pal-Mac (11-4) closes out its regular season with a trip to Penn Yan on Wednesday.       [BOXSCORE]


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Wednesday - BK over Livonia-Avon

There were thirteen games played on Wednesday. Bishop Kearney won their second game in two days, by one goal. Schroeder won the Webster game by a goal when they beat Thomas 9-8.

BISHOP KEARNEY 11 - LIVONIA-AVON 10  - Bishop Kearney earned its second consecutive win, defeating Livonia-Avon by a score of 11 to 10.  Kylie Buckley had an outstanding game in a losing effort for the Bulldogs, tallying six goals and an assist to go with six draw controls, three ground balls, and two caused turnovers.  Mia Martucio had 11 saves.  Bishop Kearney hosts Eastridge Friday; on Monday, Livonia-Avon visits Wayne.  There were no statistics reported from Bishop Kearney at post time.       [BOXSCORE]

Penn Yan and WaterlooCLARENCE 12 - AQUINAS 15  - Aquinas traveled to Clarence (section 6) and returned home with a 15-12 victory. Aquinas is 11-2.  Mackenna Brown (3g/5a), Savannah Hinchcliffe (3g/1a), Carissa Schneider (3g), Gianna Leonardi (2g/3a), and Sienna Hinchcliffe (4g/4a) accounted for all the scoring for the Little Irish.  Aquinas takes on class D rival Penn Yan Friday.       [BOXSCORE]

GANANDA-MARION 3 - GENEVA 19  -  Geneva evened their record to 6-6 tonight, walloping Gananda-Marion 19-3.  7 of Geneva’s 8 scorers logged 3 points or more, lead by 5-point efforts by Allie Good (5g), Katelyn Ikle (1g-4a), and Mikayla Myer (2g-3a).  Sophie Heieck and Rylie McGhan each dropped 2 goals and 2 assists, while Heck also scooped 6 GB’s and caused 5 turnovers.  Isabella Bonventre and Grace Validzic each scored a trio of goals themselves in the lopsided contest.  No book was submitted for Gananda-Marion at time of post.      [BOXSCORE]

MARCUS WHITMAN 3 - PAL-MAC 17  -  Marcus Whitman proved no match for Pal-Mac, falling 17-3 to the Red Raiders this evening in Marcus Whitman.  Kylie Waeghe (5g), Anna Priebe (4g), and Reagan Diehl (3g-1a) were the most prolific goal scorers for Pal-Mac, while Molly Seither showed great field vision in dishing out 3 assists.  Jolie Bourgeois (1g-2a) also had a 3 point night.  No book was submitted for Marcus Whitman at time of post.      [BOXSCORE]

Penn Yan and WaterlooPENN YAN 13 - WAYNE 1  -  Penn Yan jumped out to a 10-0 halftime lead and cruised to a 13-1 win over Wayne.  Leading scorers for the Mustangs were Corinne Barden (1g/3a), Ruby Berry (2g), Bailey Cooper (2g/3a), Jammie Decker (2g), and Maihue Miranda-Wiltberger (3g).  Bailey Cooper also had eight draw controls. Mimi Ugalde had six saves for the Eagles, who host Brockport on Friday.      [BOXSCORE]

CANADAIGUA 13 - BRIGHTON 6  - The Canandaigua Braves defended Braves Field against the Brighton Bruins tonight by a score of 13-6.   Fueled by the energy of Senior Night, and a stellar 12 save performance by Goaltender Maggie Cross, Canandaigua carried a 9-0 lead into halftime and remained steadfast in a more evenly matched 2nd Half to secure the victory.  Hanna Davis led all scorers for the Braves with 5 goals, while Koehler Nieman (3g-1a) added a Hat Trick, Abbey Herod and Nola Weaver scored 2 goals a piece, and Liv Schorr netted 1while adding 2 assists and 2 Caused Turnovers.  Other notable contributors for the Braves included Makenna Crouse, who secured 4 Draw controls, 2 GB’s and Caused a Turnover, and Mya Herman, who once again locked down the opponent’s leading scorer.  Alexis Atwater (3g) scored a hat trick for the Bruins, and Ireland Mistretta added 2 goals, while Delaney McManus logged 2 helpers.         [BOXSCORE]

FAIRPORT 3 - PITTSFORD 8  -  Pittsford (12-3) broke open a tight game with four unanswered second-half goals on its way to an 8-3 win at Fairport.  The Panthers close out their regular season when they host Schroeder on Friday.  The Red Raiders look to bounce back Friday against Honeoye Falls-Lima.  There were no statistics reported from either team at post time.      [BOXSCORE]

Penn Yan and WaterlooVICTOR 16 - RUSH-HENRIETTA 11  - Rush-Henrietta dropped its second game of the season, falling to Victor, 16-11.  Victor is 14-1.  The Royal Comets had strong games from Lena Cox (3g), Danielle Garrett (2g/1a), Avery Roberts (2g/1a/4dc), and Angelia Oechsle (8s).  Victor concludes its regular season Saturday with a non-league match up against Baldwinsville (section 3).  Rush-Henrietta hosts Thomas Friday.  There were no statistics reported from Victor at post time.       [BOXSCORE]

PENFIELD 4 - IRONDEQUOIT 9  - Irondequoit improved their record to 0.500 by beating Penfield tonight in Penfield.  The final score was 9-4 as The Eagles more than doubled up Penfield.  No book was submitted for either team at time of post.       [BOXSCORE]

SPENCERPORT 17 - GATES CHILI 2  -  Another Monroe County throttling took place in Spencerport tonight, as the Rangers easily defended their home turf, defeating Gates-Chili 17-3.  Ruby DePalma (2g-4a) led all scorers for Spencerport, and Livia Fedele (5g) scored the most goals.  Raquel Circhirillo and Molly Guzik each notched 2 goals and 1 assist amongst 10 different point scorers for the Rangers.  Spencerport improves to 4-10 with the win.      [BOXSCORE]       There are also some game photos available.

CHURCHVILLE-CHILI 11 - EASTRIDGE 7  -  Churchville-Chili picked up its seventh win of the season with an 11-7 decision over Eastridge.  Alaina Reina had five goals and two assists, Sydney Bailey had two goals, and Madison Buck had three goals to lead the Saints, who host Penfield on Monday.  Eastridge visits Bishop Kearney on Friday.  There were no statistics reported from Eastridge at post time.      [BOXSCORE]

Penn Yan and WaterlooSCHROEDER 9 - THOMAS 8  -  In a battle of Webster’s, Schroeder rode a strong first half effort and held off Thomas’ comeback attempt to hang on for a 9-8 nail biting victory.  Kolbi Spencer scored 4 of Thomas’ goals and Addison Schaeffer added 3, to account for the vast majority of the Titans scoring.  No book was submitted for Schroeder at time of post.      [BOXSCORE]

NEWARK-MIDLAKES 3 - WATERLOO 15  - Waterloo made the trip to Newark this evening and beat the Reds handily, 15-3.  Leading Scorers for Waterloo included Marissa Russell (3g-2a), Isabella Bourne (4g) and Natalie DiSanto (3g-1a).  With the win, Waterloo retains the top seed in class D at present.       [BOXSCORE]