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Irondequoit and Victor Win in Overtime

DAY IN REVIEW: FRIDAY - 8th grader Lucy Whipple scored her only goal in the game, but in overtime for the win fro Irondequoit in their game with Spencerport. Victor also won their game against Brighton in overtime and the Saints won their game against the Storm, 6-5 in another exciting Section V day of lacrosse.

THOMAS-5 at PITTSFORD-12 - For the Panthers, it was their tenth win in a row against Thomas dating back to April of 2014.  There were no statistics reported from Pittsford at post time.  Sophia Shortino had two goals and an assist for Thomas.  Pittsford resumes play Saturday with a non-league match against Auburn (III).  The Titans look to get back on the winning track when they visit Penn Yan on Monday.    [ BOX SCORE

WAYNE-8 at LAFAYETTE-14 -  In a non-league contest, Wayne suffered its third loss of the season despite two goals apiece from Anabelle Ruffell and Isabella Veltre and 10 saves by Mimi Ugalde.  The Eagles travel to Brockport for a game against the Blue Devils on Monday.   [ BOX SCORE

EASTRIDGE/BK-13 at GENEVA-15 -  Geneva won its first game of the season behind a six-goal performance by Allie Good and 14 saves by Maddie Askin.  Isabella Bonventre and Katelyn Wright each chipped in three goals and ninth-grader Maggie Mayer scored her first varsity goal for the Panthers, who take on Livonia-Avon on Tuesday.  Eastridge/Bishop Kearney hosts Mynderse-Romulus on Monday.  There were no statistics reported from Eastridge/Bishop Kearney at post time.   [ BOX SCORE

Penn Yan vs Ithaca

FAIRPORT-13 at HILTON-4 -  Katie Mallaber (4g), Ellie Miller (3g), and Ella Peers (2g/3a) led the scoring for the Red Raiders.  Aubrey Caruso scored her first varsity goal for Fairport, and Marisa Test saved five shots in her first varsity appearance.  Both teams resume play on Monday, with Fairport hosting Mercy and Hilton hosting Schroeder.  There were no statistics reported from Hilton at post time.   [ BOX SCORE

PENFIELD-9 at RUSH-HENRIETTA-10 - The Royal Comets withstood Penfield’s second-half rally to secure their third victory of the season.  Catrina Rowe led Rush-Henrietta with five goals, Kate DeWald recorded two goals and an assist along with four draw controls, and Angelia Oechsle had six saves.  There were no statistics reported from Penfield at post time.  On Monday, Rush-Henrietta has a non-league game at Fayetteville-Manlius (III), while the Patriots host Brighton.    [ BOX SCORE

CHURCHVILLE-CHILI-6 at GREECE STORM-5 - For the Saints, it was their first win of the season.  There were no statistics reported from Churchville-Chili at post time.  Leading the scoring for Greece were Erica Savage (1g/2a), Emma Dioguardi (2g), and Mara Misiurewicz (2g); for Misiurewicz, the first of her two goals was the 150th of her career.  Ninth-grader Ava Torrence recorded eight saves for the Storm, who host Marcus Whitman on Tuesday.  The Saints look to make it two in a row when they host Livonia-Avon on Saturday.    [ BOX SCORE

ITHACA-1 at PENN YAN-10 -  Penn Yan hosted out of section Ithaca and defended their home turf winning handily by a score of 10-1.  Sophomore Bailey Cooper (4g, 3a) led all scorers with a 7 point night and Goalie Marion Wheeler posted a tremendous 88% Save percentage allowing only 1 goal while making 7 saves.  Penn Yan comes back into Section V play on Monday when they will host Webster Thomas.   [ BOX SCORE

SPENCERPORT-8 at IRONDEQUOIT-9 in overtime - Irondequoit defended their home field this evening in an Overtime thriller against the Spencerport Rangers, improving their record to 2-1, while handing Spencerport (5-1) their first loss of the season. 8th grader Lucy Whipple scored her only goal in the game, but in overtime for the win. Ella Brennan (3g) led the way with a Hat Trick for the Eagles, while Ellie Bottiglier (2g) and Alison Baumgartner (2g) chipped in with 2 goals a piece.  Irondequoit Goalie Emma Francis made 9 crucial saves, and Madelyn Thore collected a team high 5 Draw Controls. Brooke Endres (3g) and Alyssa Nichols (2g,1a) were the high point-scorers for the Rangers.   [ BOX SCORE

BROCKPORT-2 at HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA-16 -  HFL defeated Brockport at home tonight by a score of 16-2.  This was HFL’s first win of the season, drawing both teams records to 1-3.  Sophomore Shaye Angelo (5g, 1a) led the way scoring 6 points, while also notching 6 Draw controls and causing a turnover.  8th grade Midfielder Harper Jacob (3g, 1a) also had a productive game adding 3 GB’s to her 4 points.  HFL will host Mercy in what promises to be a good game on Tuesday, 4/16.  [ BOX SCORE

Penn Yan vs Ithaca

VICTOR-5 at BRIGHTON-4 in overtime -  Victor snuck by Brighton tonight in Brighton, escaping with a narrow 5-4 victory in Overtime.  The win draws Victor to .500 at 2-2, while Brighton remains winless at 0-3.  No Book was submitted for either team at time of post.  [ BOX SCORE

CANANDAIGUA-13 at SCHROEDER-2 -  At Webster Schroeder, The CA Grey Wolves jumped out to an early lead and never looked back, cruising to a 13-2 victory.  Senior Hanna Davis (4g, 2a) led all scorers, while Sophomores Lola Schorr (4g) and Leah Sheridan (3g, 1a) each posted 4 point nights.  Sheridan and Nola Weaver (1g) each collected 4 Draw Controls, Jess Andrews led the team with 3 GB’s, and Maddie Passalacqua and Caroline Lyttle (2a) each caused 2 turnovers.  Madison Dodge and Kylee Race were the goal scorers for Webster Schroeder.  With the win, the grey Wolves remain undefeated and are now 5-0 heading into the middle third of the season.    [ BOX SCORE

GANANDA-MARION-3 at PAL-MAC-21 - Pal-Mac when on a scoring bonanza at home tonight, defeating Ananda Marion by a score of 21-3.  Pal-Mac is now 2-1, while the loss drops Gananda-Marion to 0-2.  Baylee Vilord (4g, 2a) scored the most points for Pal-Mac tonight, but notably, 12 different Red Raiders found their way into the scorebook tonight.  Teagan Hudak (1g, 2a) also posted a big number of Draw controls with 13 to help guide Pal-Mac to the dominant victory.  Pal-Mac will host Irondequoit on Monday.     [ BOX SCORE


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   on 05-23-2024
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