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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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   on 06-25-2024
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