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POST SEASON COVERAGE FOR 2022

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Hall of Fame Dinner on November 5th

On Saturday, November 5th, the Rochester Chapter of USA Lacrosse will install its 28th class. The event will take place at the Harro East Ballroom (155 N Chestnut st, Rochester, NY 14604) with a social hour beginning at 6:00 pm.

The 2022 class includes five individuals, and one team.

Steve Cochi

Steve LaCrosse

James Loman

Katie Schiller Ziegert

Joe Walters

1992 Nazareth Men's Lacrosse Team


Hall of FameThe 28th Annual US Lacrosse, Greater Rochester Chapter, Hall of Fame Dinner will take place on Saturday, November 5th at the Harro East Ballroom (155 N Chestnut st, Rochester, NY 14604).

The cost is $60 per person in advance or $75 at the door. Children ten and under are $15.00 and under five are free. The social hour begins at 6:00 p.m. with the welcome and dinner scheduled for 7:00 p.m.

The registration form is located online here . For further information or questions, please contact Chapter President Scott Schwind at uslax.gr@gmail.com.

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Post Season Awards 2022

Post-season Awards
Both the Finger Lakes and the Monroe County awards have now been entered and player pages have been updated.

Note: The USA All Americans have been submitted to the National office for approval and will posted here when available.

Finger Lakes Awards

Players of the Year for Finger Lakes were Kylie Waughe (Pal-Mac Midfield), Bailey Cooper (Penn Yan Attack) and Dana Jolly (Waterloo Defense).  The Finger Lakes Coach of the Year was Chris Hansen (Penn Yan).

First Team: Natalie Disanto (Waterloo), Maci Mueller (Waterloo), Dana Jolly (Waterloo), Kylie Waeghe (Pal-Mac), Reagan Diehl (Pal-Mac), Molly Seither (Pal-Mac), Bailey Cooper (Penn Yan), Kaley Griffin (Penn Yan), Avery Castner (Penn Yan), Allie Good (Geneva), Rylie McGhan (Geneva), Jenna Havert (Newark-Midlakes), Stella Del Papa (Newark-Midlakes), Kelly Kohberger (Mynderse), Riley Simpson (Wayne), Lily Morse (Marcus Whitman).

All Finger Lakes Players Pages have been updated for 1st Team, 2nd Team, 3rd Team and Honorable Mention. The full list is also available. The "Awards Page" has all sorts of information as well.

Monroe County Awards

Monroe County coaches awarded fifty first team and fifty second team players.

All Monroe County Players Pages have been updated for 1st Team and 2nd Team awards. The full list is also available. The "Awards Page" has all sorts of information as well.

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Victor Wins NYS Championship

Victor lost no time, scoring the first three goals including the first one in just thirty-six seconds on their way to their first NYS Championship at Cortland. In the other game, HF-L ended their season with the silver medals as they lost to a very strong Manhasset.

QUEENSBURY 5 - VICTOR 14  - NYS CHAMPIONSHIP -  In class B, Victor earned its first-ever State championship in girls lacrosse, defeating Queensbury (II), 14-5.   The Blue Devils jumped out to a 10-1 lead midway through the first half and never looked back.  Eva Pronti scored two goals for Victor and assisted on six others; Devin Livingston (3g/1a), Madison Mabbett (2g/1a), Caitlin Keenan (2g), Amber DeRosa (2g), and Olivia Bruno (2g) were all multiple goal scorers as well.  With the victory, Victor (21-1) stakes its claim as the number one team in New York State.    [BOXSCORE]     

MANHASSET 17 - HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA 2  - NYS CHAMPIONSHIP - Honeoye Falls-Lima ran into a buzz saw in the class C final, falling to Manhasset (VIII) by a score of 17 to 2.  After the Cougars opened the scoring two minutes into the game, Manhasset reeled off the next eight goals over a span of 28 minutes.  Paige Kidd scored both goals for the Cougars, and Lily Brady recorded six saves.  For Manhasset, a perennial Long Island powerhouse, it was their fourth State championship, and their first as a class C team.  Honeoye Falls-Lima, which traditionally plays a very competitive schedule, finished another excellent season with a record of 12-9.     [BOXSCORE]     

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Victor and HF-L Move to Finals

Of the four teams Section V sent to the semifinal rounds at SUNY Cortland Friday, two won and two went home. Rush-Henrietta lost a 7-6 heartbreaker to Baldwinsville and Pal-Mac lost a tough one to Skaneateles. Honeoye Falls-Lima won their game 16-7 and Victor won their game 15-7.

HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA 16 - FULTON 7  - NYS SEMIFINALS -  [Submitted] HF-L exploded in a 16-7 win against Fulton this afternoon in the state semi-finals. Draws were big for the Cougars, with Ruff (five DC) and Kidd (three DC) giving the cougars possession of the ball. Whitley Easton and Shaye Angelo were the brunt of the offense for the cougars, Easton having ten points (4g-6a) and Angelo 6g. The Cougars will play in the state championship game against Manhasset tomorrow.    [BOXSCORE]     

VICTOR 15 - FAYETTEVILLE-MANLIUS 7  - NYS SEMIFINALS - Victor used many fast break goals and quick movements by their offense to build a 10-5 half and take it home, 15-7. The swarming defense often doubled-teamed and trapped the F-M offense gaining a large amount of ball time on their offensive end where Devin Livingston and Eva Pronti among others took care of scoring. Ava Angello scored 4g for the Hornets who end their season at 12-6. There were no stats from Victor at post time, but the Blue Devils will play Queensbury at 11:30 on Saturday.     [BOXSCORE]     

PAL-MAC 3 - SKANEATELES 15  - NYS SEMIFINALS - Skaneateles was unstoppable today, scoring eleven unanswered goals in the first half and never took their foot off the gas, scoring their fifteenth goal with two seconds left in the game.

Nine different players scored for the Lakers. Leading the list were junior middie Kathryn Morrissey with 4g and Bella Brogan with 3g-1a. Six others had one goal each.

For Pal-Mac Reagan Diehl and Molly Seither each scored 1g-1a. Teagan Hudak had 1g and Kylie Waeghe had 1a. Pal-Mac finishes their excellent season with a record of 16-5. Skaneatles (III) will play Bronxville (I) at 4:30 on Saturday.    [BOXSCORE]     

RUSH-HENRIETTA 6 - BALDWINSVILLE 7  - NYS SEMIFINALS - This was a very close game that came right down to the last few minutes. After a 5-5 tie at the half with each of the five R-H goals scored by different players, the Bees took an early lead at the top of the second period. Ally Garret scored her 36th goal of the season at 8:06 to tie the game at 6-6 and the game remained tied until the last minute of the game. Lena Cox took a shot at 2:03 which was saved and the ball went to the other end. Mia Posse scored the winning goal at 0:27 on a free position and although R-H took the next draw, their last second shot was saved. Rush-Henrietta ends their great season at 16-4 while Baldwinsville will play for the state championship against Northport (XI) on Saturday at 9:00.    [BOXSCORE]     

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All Four Teams Advance To NYS Semifinals

Section V made it a clean sweep over visiting Section VI in the Western Regionals at Pittsford Sutherland. All four teams had double-digit wins and will move on to the two day tournament at Cortland next Friday and Saturday.

HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA 18 - GRAND ISLAND 4  - NYS WESTERN REGIONAL -  [Submitted]  HF-L beat Grand Island Saturday afternoon, winning 18-4. The cougars jumped up early getting four quick goals, and from there were in control of the game. Three players landed hat tricks, including sophomores Paige Kidd (5 goals) and Katie Adams (3 goals). The draw circle was key for the Cougars, with Ruff (5 DC) and Kidd (3 DC) getting the fifty-fifty balls. Lilian Brady went 50% saving the ball, giving HF-L more offensive opportunities. The lady cougars will head to the state semis this upcoming weekend.  Stats were unavailable for Grand Island.     [BOXSCORE]     

RUSH-HENRIETTA 19 - CLARENCE 6  - NYS WESTERN REGIONAL -  R-H took a 10-2 lead in the half and scored nine more as they won their ticket to Cortland next weekend. Angelia Oechsle recorded 5s (56%) while Ally Garrett led the offense with 5g-1a. Lena Cox scored 5g and Avery Roberts added 2g-1a for the Royal Comets who will play Baker (III) on Friday.   Stats were unavailable for Clarence.      [BOXSCORE]     

VICTOR 16 - FRONTIER 2  - NYS WESTERN REGIONAL - The Blue Devils outscored Frontier 8-1 in each half as a dozen players made the offensive book. Leading the list were Eva Pronti with 3g-4a. Olivia Bruno had 2g-2a, Caitlin Keenan had 3g and  Devin Livingston had 2g-1a and 7 DCs for Victor. Kennedy Schottland made 3s (75%) in 25 mins and Maggie Allen had 2s (100%) in 19 mins in the cage for Victor (19-1). They will play Fayetteville-Manlius 11:00 AM on Friday. Stats were unavailable for Frontier.        [BOXSCORE]     

PAL-MAC 15 - EDEN 2  - NYS WESTERN REGIONAL - The Red Raiders scored ten goals in the first half and ended the game with ten players on the book. Kylie Waeghe had 6g-1a and Reagan Diehl had 2g-1a and Faith Beals recorded 7s (78%). Pal-Mac will play Skaneateles (III) at 3:00 PM on Friday. Stats were unavailable for Eden.      [BOXSCORE]     

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Pal-Mac and Victor Win Championships

The Championships for Classes B and D were won tonight as #3 Pal-Mac beat #1 Aquinas 9-8 and top-seeded Victor won their game with #2 Canandaigua 9-5.

Pal-Mac ChampsPAL-MAC 9 - AQUINAS 8  - CHAMPIONSHIP -  Pal-Mac captured its fifth consecutive class D title by the narrowest of margins, defeating Aquinas by a score of 9 to 8.  With just over a minute left in the second half, ninth-grader Jenna Santelli (2g/1a) tied the game at eight off a free position.  Less than 50 seconds later, Molly Seither (2g) scored the go-ahead goal off a feed from Reagan Diehl (3g/1a).  The Little Irish won the ensuing draw but Faith Beals (4s) turned aside a final attempt and the Red Raiders secured the ball and ran out the clock.  Kylie Waeghe recorded six draw controls for Pal-Mac.  Aquinas finishes at 14-5. There was no report from Aquinas at post time.      [BOXSCORE]      There are also some game photos available.

VICTOR 9 - CANANDAIGUA 5  - CHAMPIONSHIP - There were no reports from either team at post time.          [BOXSCORE]   

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HFL and R-H Win Championships

The Championships for Classes A and C were won tonight as HF-L won their tenth straight championship (12th in total), and Rush-Henrietta won their first since 2008.

R-H ChampsHONEOYE FALLS-LIMA 18 - GENEVA 8  - CHAMPIONSHIP - There were no reports from either team at post time.  In what has become an annual rite of spring, Honeoye Falls-Lima captured yet another class C championship, defeating Geneva, 18-8.  For the Cougars, it was their tenth consecutive title dating back to 2012.  Geneva finishes at 9-8.       [BOXSCORE]      There are also some game photos available.

RUSH-HENRIETTA 9 - PITTSFORD 3  - CHAMPIONSHIP - There were no reports from either team at post time.  Rush-Henrietta took the class A title, pulling away from Pittsford in the second half to claim a 9-3 victory.  Rush-Henrietta broke up a tight game with five unanswered second-half goals.  For the Royal Comets, it is their first class A title since 2008.  Defending champion Pittsford finishes its season with a record of 14-4.        [BOXSCORE]      There are also some game photos available.

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Saturday Canandaigua and Victor Win

In the last two semifinal games, Victor and Canandaigua will move on the the Championship round.

VICTOR 15 - BRIGHTON 2  - SEMI - There were no reports from either team at post time.  Victor moves on to the finals where they wil play against Canandaigua.      [BOXSCORE]

CANANDAIGUA 15 - IRONDEQUOIT 10  - SEMI - Abbey Herod had 4g-2a and Liv Schorr had 4g and 6 DCs as Canandaigua took a 5-2 halftime lead to victory in their Class B semifinal game. There was no report from Irondequoit (10-8) at post time. CA will play Victor on Wednesday.        [BOXSCORE]

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Thursday - Geneva and HF-L Advance To Finals

There were six games played tonight and all but one was a decisive win. In semifinal games HF-L won their ticket for the finals and Geneva won their spot as well.

Penn Yan and WaterlooVICTOR 19 - SPENCERPORT 5  - QTR - No. 1 seed and nationally-ranked Victor had little trouble with Spencerport, defeating the eighth-seeded Rangers by a score of 19-5.  The Blue Devils will take on No. 4 Brighton in a semifinal tilt on Saturday.        [BOXSCORE]

BRIGHTON 13 - THOMAS 9  - QTR - Brighton also earned a berth into the Class B Semi-Final Round with a 13-9 win over a gritty and talented Webster Thomas team.  Brighton utilized a strong first half effort, doubling up Thomas 8-4, and held Thomas to an even 5-5 stalemate in the second half, to secure the victory and the opportunity to continue their season.  No book was submitted for either team at time of post.  Brighton will face Victor at Pittsford Sutherland on Saturday.        [BOXSCORE]

Penn Yan and WaterlooCANANDAIGUA 15 - SCHROEDER 6  - QTR - Canandaigua hosted Webster Schroeder in a Class B Quarterfinal, and easily defended their #2 seed with a 15-6 victory.  The Braves jumped all over the Warriors early, building a 14-1 lead by halftime, and then used the second half to give some other younger players with Sectional experience.  In her last game on Braves field, Abbey Herod delivered a signature performance, controlling a whopping 14 draws, picking up 4 GB’s, and leading all scorers with 2 Goals and 3 Assists.  Canandaigua had balanced offensive output with Koehler Nieman (3g-1a) and Makenna Crouse (2g-2a) scoring 4 points a piece, while Liv Schorr (3g) and Hanna Davis (2g-1a) also contributed  strong performances.  No Book was submitted for Schroeder at time of post.  Canandaigua will take on Irondequoit in the Class B Semi-Final on Saturday at Pittsford Sutherland.        [BOXSCORE]

MERCY 8 - IRONDEQUOIT 12  - QTR - In class B, No. 6 Irondequoit continued its strong late-season play with a 12-8 victory over third-seeded Mercy.  Mia Lusardi had three goals for the Monarchs, who finish the season with a 12-5 record.  For the Eagles, it was their sixth consecutive win, reversing an earlier loss to the Monarchs back in April.  Maeve Brennan had five goals for Irondequoit, while Alison Baumgartner scored two goals and recorded eight draw controls.  The Eagles will meet No. 2 Canandaigua in a semifinal match on Saturday. The two teams met earlier this month, when Canandaigua escaped with an 8-7 victory.         [BOXSCORE]

Penn Yan and WaterlooHF-L 20 - EASTRIDGE 8  - SEMI - In class C, top-seeded Honeoye Falls-Lima dispatched No. 5 Eastridge, 20-8.  With the win, the Cougars advance to the finals, where they will face off against second seed Geneva on Tuesday.  Skye Gaudio had five goals in a losing effort for the Lancers.        [BOXSCORE]

GENEVA 14 - NEWARK-MIDLAKES 6  - SEMI - In Class C Semi-Final Action, Geneva defeated Newark-Midlakes 14-6 to earn their spot in the Championship Game.  No book was submitted for either team at time of post.  Geneva will compete for the Class C Championship against HFL at East Rochester on Tuesday May 31        [BOXSCORE]

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Wednesday - All Close Games

There were four games played on the third day of the sectionals and they were really good ones. Aquinas won a 12-11 game from Penn Yan, R-H won a 9-8 game with Penfield, Pittsford won a 10-9 game with Fairport and Pal-Mac won an 8-6 game with Waterloo.

Penn Yan and WaterlooAQUINAS 12 - PENN YAN 11  - SEMI -  In Class D Sectional Semifinal action at Newark, The top-seeded Aquinas Lil Irish narrowly defeated the Penn Yan Mustangs 12-11.  The game was knotted at 6 at halftime, however Aquinas was able to outlast Penn Yan in the second half to secure a berth into the Championship game.  Corinne Barden (3g-1a) and Bailey Cooper (3g-1a) led the final effort of the season for the Mustangs, while Jammie Decker (2g), Kaley Griffin and Avery Castner (2a) also posted multi-point games.  No Book was submitted for Aquinas at time of post.        [BOXSCORE]

RUSH-HENRIETTA 9 - PENFIELD 8 OT  - SEMI - In the first of two Class A Overtime thrillers, Rush Henrietta rode an early offensive flurry, combined with an 8-meter goal by Lena Cox with just 10 seconds remaining in the first overtime period to cap a dominant 5-goal performance by the Junior Attacker, earning their spot in the Class A Final.  Rush Henrietta led at halftime 6-3, and weathered a spirited comeback effort from the Penfield Patriots for the 9-8 Overtime win.  Avery Roberts added 3 goals for Rush Henrietta to complement Cox’s outburst.  No Book was submitted for Penfield, who made a valiant effort and nearly pulled off the upset.         [BOXSCORE]

Penn Yan and WaterlooPITTSFORD 10 - FAIRPORT 9  - SEMI - Class A’s other Semi-Final also required extra time to decide would face the Royal Comets in the Championship Game.  Ultimately Pittsford won on a unorthodox goal as the ball crossed Fairport’s goal line just as time was about to expire in the third Overtime Period.  Neither team could find much breathing room throughout the back and forth contest, and the regulation ended in a 9-9 Tie.  However Pittsford's Overtime Tally gave them a 10-9 Victory, and a chance to defend their 2021 Sectional Title.  Playing the role of underdog, Fairport gave the defending Champion Pittsford Panthers all they could handle behind 3 goals from Lily Kondas, 1 goal and 4 assists from Morgan Wrobbel, and 2 goals apiece for Ella Peers and Katie Mallaber.  Jaelyne Twomey turned away 7 Pittsford shots for the Red Raiders in goal. Ava Peers won 6 Draw Controls and picked 4 additional ground balls for Fairport. No Book was submitted for the victorious Panthers at time of post.         [BOXSCORE]

WATERLOO 6 - PAL-MAC 8  - SEMI - Class D’s other Sectional Semifinal featured another tight match-up between Pal-Mac and Waterloo.  This game was also tied 3-3 at the half.  Pal-Mac came away as the victor after a strong second half propelled them to a 8-6 win, earning them the right to face Aquinas in the Title game.  For Pal-Mac, Reagan Diehl (3g-2a), and Teagan Hudak were the offensive standouts propelling the Red Raiders to victory, while Molly Seither provided Pal-Mac with valuable extra possessions securing 4 Draw Controls, 4 GB’s and Causing 1 Turnover.  For Waterloo, Marissa Russell (3g) notched a Hat Trick while Maci Mueller (1g-1a) and Tabatha Winter (1g-1a) scored 2 points a piece as the Indians tried in vain to extend their season.         [BOXSCORE]       There are also some game photos available.

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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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Tuesday - Expected Winners Advance

There were three games played on the second day of the sectionals. In the class B out bracket games Spencerport edged Churchville-Chili 12-10 and Schroeder beat Gates Chili. In a Class C quarter final game Newark-Midlakes advanced.

SPENCERPORT 12 - CHURCHVILLE-CHILI 10  - OB - The Rangers started out strong and fended off a charge by the Saints and will no move on the quarter final round where they will face top seeded Victor. Livia Fedele led with 4g-1a and Aylssa added 3g-1a and Molly Guzik had 5 dc for Spencerport. Alaina Reina had 5g and Sydney Bailey had 1g-2a for the Saints who finish their season at 7-10.         [BOXSCORE]

SCHROEDER 14 - GATES CHILI 3  - OB - Anna Rogers had 5g and Ava Dossier had 4g and added 4 dcs as Schroeder advanced to quarter finals round where they will play second seeded Canandaigua. There was no report from Gates Chili at post time.         [BOXSCORE]

NEWARK-MIDLAKES 10 - BROCKPORT 6  - QTR - Stella Del Papa had 5g to lead the "Reagles" to the semi finals where they will play second seed Geneva. There was no report from Brockport at post time.         [BOXSCORE]

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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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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

RANK CLASS A RECORD POINTS SEEDING AVERAGE
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

RANK CLASS B RECORD POINTS SEEDING AVERAGE
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

RANK CLASS C RECORD POINTS SEEDING AVERAGE
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

RANK CLASS D RECORD POINTS SEEDING AVERAGE
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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