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Monday: Brighton over HFL by One

DAY IN REVIEW: MONDAY - There were nine games played today. Churchville-Chili won their last game of the regular season as did Livonia-Avon. They will await the tournament seeding at the end of the week. Other winners today included Fairport, Geneva, Penfield and Pal-Mac.

SCHROEDER-6 at FAIRPORT-17 - For Fairport (13-2), Ella Peers led the scoring with four goals, and Camryn DuBose and Ava Peers contributed three goals apiece.  Makenna Baier and Madison Dodge both scored for Schroeder. The Red Raiders conclude their regular season with a home game Wednesday against Canandaigua.  On Thursday, the Warriors play host to Mercy.     [ BOX SCORE

WAYNE-6 at GENEVA-16 - With the win, the Panthers (7-7) remain undefeated against Wayne since 2012.  There were no statistics reported from Geneva at post time.  Samantha Branner had two goals and Mimi Ugalde stopped 11 shots for the Eagles (4-10), who return to action Tuesday against Gates Chili.  The Panthers' season finale is Wednesday against Newark-Midlakes.    [ BOX SCORE

PENN YAN-8 at PENFIELD-13 - The Patriots improved to 7-8, helped by a balanced scoring attack featuring Peyton Rothfuss (4g/1a) and Grace Rund (3g).  Bailey Cooper had four goals in a losing effort for the Mustangs, who dropped to 11-4.  Penfield finishes its regular season Thursday with a non-league matchup against Auburn (III), while Penn Yan looks to bounce back Wednesday with a rematch against Pal-Mac.    [ BOX SCORE

NEWARK-MIDLAKES-5 at CHURCHVILLE-CHILI-9 - In its final regular season contest, Churchville-Chili (5-11) broke the game open with four unanswered goals in the second half.  Leading the scoring for the Saints were Lexi Finnegan (4g) and Rory Turk (1g/3a), while Mikayla Mellenthine had 10 saves.  There was no report from Newark-Midlakes (6-9) at post time.  The Reds conclude their regular season schedule Wednesday with a home game against Geneva.     [ BOX SCORE

LIVONIA-AVON-16 at GANANDA-MARION-6 - Livonia-Avon was led by Sidney Clickner (5g), Lily Rowe (2g/2a), and Mia Martucio (7s).  Ninth-grader Madelyn Roome scored her first varsity goal for the  Bulldogs, who completed their regular season with a record of 7-9.  Colleen Ginsburg had four goals and two assists for the Blue Panthers from Gananda-Marion (1-14), who take on Mynderse-Romulus Wednesday.    [ BOX SCORE

HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA-11 at BRIGHTON-12 - Both goaltenders excelled in this game, with Lily Brady recording 13 saves for HF-L and Lauren Russell stopping eight shots for Brighton.  Ireland Mistretta tallied five times and sophomore Ella Brunette scored her first varsity goal for the Bruins.  For the Cougars, Katie Adams (2g/1a), Marlee Green (2g), Paige Kidd (3g/2a), Clare Ruff (2g), and Camryn Trybuskiewicz (2g/2a) were all multi-goal scorers.  Brighton (7-8) hosts class B rival Mercy on Wednesday.  Also on Wednesday, HF-L (9-6) takes on Pittsford.     [ BOX SCORE

GREECE STORM-7 at SPENCERPORT-15 - Junior Molly Guzik had an exceptional all-around game for the victorious Rangers, including five goals and six assists; she also recorded her 300th career draw control.  Alyssa Nichols chipped in three goals and four assists.  For Greece (8-4), sophomore Erica Savage also achieved a career milestone in draw controls, securing her 100th.  Mara Misiurewicz had four goals for the Storm, who face Brockport on Wednesday.  Spencerport (8-6) hosts Thomas on Wednesday.     [ BOX SCORE

HILTON-4 at THOMAS-20 - The Titans, who wrap up their regular season schedule with a game against Spencerport on Wednesday, improved to 8-7 with the win.  Mya Zeller (who also recorded her 100th career point) and Addison Schaeffer led the scoring for Thomas, with two goals and three assists each.  Lilly Mattucci scored two goals for the Cadets (4-11), who host Aquinas on Tuesday.     [ BOX SCORE

WATERLOO-MARCUS WHITMAN-6 at PAL-MAC-10 - Pal-Mac took a 4-3 lead into halftime and pulled away in the second half for the win.  Faith Beals recorded nine saves, while Reagan Diehl (4g), Jenna Santelli (2g/1a), and Teagan Hudak (2g) provided all the scoring the Red Raiders would need.  There was no report from Waterloo-Marcus Whitman (9-5) at post time.  The Red Raiders travel to Penn Yan to face the Mustangs on Wednesday.  The Tigers host Greece on Thursday.      [ BOX SCORE

   on 05-23-2024
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