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Victor Over Fairport

DAY IN REVIEW: WEDNESDAY - As the season starts its final quarter there was a full slate of games today. Most were mismatches but some, including the Blue Devil win over Fairport, had some exciting moments.

Brockport vs SpencerportBROCKPORT-2 at SPENCERPORT-17 -  For the Rangers, it was their tenth consecutive win over the Blue Devils dating back to 2015.  Molly Guzik (5g/1a), Brooke Endres (4g), Sophia Marron (3g), and Alyssa Nichols (2g/1a) led the scoring for Spencerport (9-6).  There were no statistics reported from Brockport (4-9) at post time.  Both teams resume play at home Friday, with Spencerport facing Fairport and Brockport taking on Hilton.        [ BOX SCORE

BRIGHTON-7 at THOMAS-4 -  All of the Bruins’ scoring was provided by Ireland Mistretta (4g) and Lucy Lederman (3g).  Sophia Shortino had three goals for the Titans, and Megan Springer recorded seven saves.  Brighton (6-7) hosts Irondequoit on Friday.  Thomas (4-9) has a non-league matchup Saturday against Liverpool (III).        [ BOX SCORE

Brockport vs SpencerportVICTOR-12 at FAIRPORT-10 - The Blue Devils won their fifth straight as a late Red Raider rally fell short.  There were no statistics reported from Victor (10-3) at post time.  Camryn DuBose scored three goals for Fairport (9-5).  The Blue Devils visit HF-L on Friday.  Also on Friday, the Red Raiders travel to Spencerport to take on the Rangers.         [ BOX SCORE

SCHROEDER-3 at IRONDEQUOIT-13 - With the win, the Eagles remain undefeated against the Warriors over the teams’ last 12 meetings.  Leading the scoring for Irondequoit (7-6) were Ella Brennan (5g/3a) and Alison Baumgartner (3g).  Molly Meyer had two goals for Schroeder (7-6).  On Friday, the Eagles travel to Brighton to meet the Bruins, and Schroeder hosts Penfield.         [ BOX SCORE

Brockport vs SpencerportLIVONIA-AVON-12 at GENEVA-6 - The Lakers improved their record to 8-4, while the Panthers fell to 3-9 on the season.  For Livonia-Avon, Lily Rowe had four goals and Sidney Clickner recorded 11 draw controls.  Maddie Askin had 13 saves for Geneva.  On Friday, Livonia-Avon is at Mynderse-Romulus and Geneva hosts Greece.           [ BOX SCORE

HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA-16 at CHURCHVILLE-CHILI-5 - The Cougars’ win, sparked by a seven-goal first quarter, was their 13th straight over the Saints.   Shaye Angelo and Paige Kidd had five goals apiece for HF-L (6-7), and Lily Brady recorded seven saves.  There were no statistics reported from Churchville-Chili (6-7) at post time.  The Cougars host Victor on Friday.  The Saints visit Mynderse-Romulus on Tuesday.        [ BOX SCORE

Brockport vs SpencerportRUSH-HENRIETTA-18 at HILTON-3 - It was the Royal Comets’ ninth consecutive win over the Cadets.  Eight players scored for Rush-Henrietta (11-3), including Danielle Garrett (2g/6a), Kate DeWald (4g/2a), and Riley Brown (3g/3a), whose second goal was the 50th of her varsity career.  Ryleigh Lent had two goals for Hilton (3-10).  The Royal Comets are back on the field Thursday when they take on undefeated Canandaigua.  The Cadets visit Brockport on Friday.      [ BOX SCORE

NEWARK-MIDLAKES-12 at WAYNE-17 - In this battle of Eagles, the non-screaming variety prevailed.  The Eagles of Wayne (6-7) were led by Isabella Veltre (5g/1a), Madelyn Hillman (4g/2a), and Julia DiLeo (4g); Anabelle Ruffell collected eight draw controls, and Mimi Ugalde had 11 saves.  For the Screaming Eagles of Newark-Midlakes (4-9), Stella Del Papa had 13 draw controls—including the 200th of her varsity career—to go with two goals and three assists, and Zoey Overslaugh added five goals and an assist.  Both teams have home contests on Friday, with Wayne meeting Gates Chili and Newark-Midlakes facing off against Eastridge/Bishop Kearney.         [ BOX SCORE

Brockport vs SpencerportEASTRIDGE/BK-20 at MARCUS WHITMAN-9 - Jillian Willis, Ashley Mandeville, and Ada Krupa led the offensive onslaught for Eastridge/Bishop Kearney (6-5) with six goals apiece, and Nina Alderman recorded 12 saves.  For the Wildcats, Aliysiah Clark had five goals, ninth-grader Ellie Deatherage scored her first varsity goal, and Helen Snyder registered nine draw controls.  Both teams take to the road on Friday, with Eastridge/Bishop Kearney traveling to Newark-Midlakes and Marcus Whitman visiting Aquinas.         [ BOX SCORE

Brockport vs SpencerportWATERLOO-16 at GANANDA-MARION-9 - The Tigers improved their record to 8-4, behind seven goals from Maci Mueller, three goals from Giana Delucia, and two goals each from Bailey Rossignol, Lainie Forde, and MacKenzie Tam.  Mueller and Rossignol also collected 10 draw controls each, including, for Mueller, the 100th of her varsity career.  Leading the scoring for Gananda-Marion (3-10) were Lexi Gallina (4g/1a) and Colleen Ginsberg (3g/1a).  Three players on the Blue Panthers achieved career milestones in the game—Maria Melnik collected her 500th career save, and Alexandra Cornell and Jordyn Brice each scored her first varsity goal.       [ BOX SCORE]   

PITTSFORD-5 at PENFIELD-10 - The Patriots built a 6-1 first-quarter lead on the way to their tenth victory of the season.  Penfield (10-4) was led by Peyton Rothfuss, who recorded a game-high four goals and eight draw controls.   There were no statistics reported from Pittsford (5-8) at post time.  The Patriots visit Schroeder on Friday.  The Panthers host section III rival Fayetteville-Manlius on Saturday.         [ BOX SCORE

Brockport vs SpencerportPAL-MAC-13 at MYNDERSE-ROMULUS-2 - The Red Raiders’ win was their seventh in a row over the Blue Devils dating back to 2018.  Eight players scored for Pal-Mac (9-4), led by Jenna Santelli (4g/2a) and Teagan Hudak (2g/2a); Hudak also registered seven draw controls, and Isabelle Cole recorded four saves.  Myah Herron and Chelsea Korzeniewski each had a goal for Mynderse-Romulus (7-5).  The Red Raiders have a non-league contest Saturday against East Aurora (VI).  The Blue Devils host Livonia-Avon on Friday.      [ BOX SCORE


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   on 06-25-2024
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