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Getting down to the End of the Season

DAY IN REVIEW: MONDAY - In the last week of games in the regular season, there were ten games played today. Winners included R-H, Fairport, Pal-Mac, Eastridge-BK, Brockport, Waterloo, Wayne, Livonia-Avon, Pittsford and Irondequoit.

IRONDEQUOIT-12 at THOMAS-7 - Alison Baumgartner led the Eagles with three goals and an assist; she also recorded five draw controls, the first of which was the 100th of her varsity career.  Ninth-grader Ellie Bottiglier added three goals for Irondequoit (9-6), and Emma Francis had 10 saves.  Olivia Bottoni had four goals and Megan Springer made nine saves for Thomas (5-10).  Both teams conclude their regular season Wednesday, Irondequoit with a home match against Penfield, and Thomas with an away game against HF-L.        [ BOX SCORE

GANANDA-MARION-4 at WAYNE-11 - With the win, the Eagles improved their season record to 8-7.  Leading the scoring for Wayne were Isabella Veltre (3g/1a), Madelyn Hillman (3g), and Emma Lockwood (2g).  Mimi Ugalde had six saves to anchor the Eagles’ defense.  There were no statistics reported from Gananda-Marion (3-11) at post time.  Both teams take to the road Wednesday, with the Eagles facing Geneva and the Blue Panthers taking on Mynderse-Romulus.         [ BOX SCORE

GATES CHILI-7 at BROCKPORT-11 - The win by the Blue Devils was their 26th in a row over Gates Chili dating back to 2009.  Audrey Nichols and eighth-grader Molly McJury had three goals apiece for Brockport (5-10), and ninth-grader Jessica Maher and Leah Breuilly combined for 10 saves.  There were no statistics reported from Gates Chili (1-9) at post time.  The Blue Devils visit Eastridge/Bishop Kearney on Wednesday.  The Spartans’ next game is Thursday, also at Eastridge/Bishop Kearney.       [ BOX SCORE

FAIRPORT-19 at ORCHARD PARK-7 -  The Red Raiders broke their four-game losing streak and ended their regular season with a non-league win.  Ella Peers, Katie Mallaber, and Camryn DuBose each had three goals for Fairport (10-6); Peers also secured a game-high 10 draw controls.  Aubrey Caruso, Meghan Arserio, and ninth-grader Brenna Goss scored two goals apiece.        [ BOX SCORE

MERCY-11 at RUSH-HENRIETTA-13 - The Royal Comets erased an 11-10 fourth-quarter deficit with three late goals.  Kate DeWald tallied four goals and collected seven draw controls to lead Rush-Henrietta (12-4) in its regular season finale.  Danielle Garrett added two goals and three assists; her third assist was her 50th as a varsity player.  There were no statistics reported from Mercy (7-8) at post time.  Mercy hosts Brighton on Thursday.          [ BOX SCORE

GENEVA-1 at PAL-MAC-18 - Ten players scored for Pal-Mac (11-4), led by Reagan Diehl (4g/1a) and Jenna Santelli (4g).  Lily Boesel contributed two goals, including the 50th of her varsity career, Jaelyn Drain scored her first varsity goal, and Teagan Hudak broke the single-season record at Pal-Mac for draw controls.  For the Panthers of Geneva (3-11), Isabella Bonventre scored the lone goal and Maddie Askin made eight saves.  The Red Raiders conclude their regular season Wednesday when they travel to Livonia-Avon.  The Panthers also resume play Wednesday when they host Wayne.        [ BOX SCORE

MYNDERSE-ROMULUS-11 at WATERLOO-14 - Waterloo scored two unanswered goals in the fourth quarter to break open a one-game game and secure the win.  Leading the scoring for Waterloo (10-4) were Maci Mueller (6g/4a), Lainie Forde (5g/2a), and Bailey Rossignol (2g/1a).  Chelsea Korzeniewski had five goals and three assists for Mynderse-Romulus (8-6).  The Tigers have a home game against Newark-Midlakes on Wednesday.  The Blue Devils host Churchville-Chili on Tuesday.         [ BOX SCORE

LIVONIA-AVON-17 at NEWARK-MIDLAKES-15 - With the Screaming Eagles down two players in the fourth quarter, the Lakers scored the tie-breaking goal and a late insurance goal to seal the win.  Sidney Clickner (7g/1a) and Lily Rowe (4g/2a) combined for 11 goals and 14 draw controls to lead Livonia-Avon (9-5).  For Newark-Midlakes (4-11), Stella Del Papa had six goals (including the 150th of her varsity career) and two assists to go with 10 draw controls; eighth-grader Zoey Overslaugh had six goals as well.  The Lakers host Pal-Mac Wednesday.  Also on Wednesday, the Screaming Eagles travel to Waterloo for a matchup against the Tigers.         [ BOX SCORE

EASTRIDGE/BK-17 at AQUINAS-11 -  Eastridge/Bishop Kearney (8-5) was led by Ashley Mandeville, whose six goals included the 50th of her varsity career, and Jillian Willis, who tallied five goals.  Kayla Gerson and Ada Krupa each chipped in three goals, and Nina Alderman recorded nine saves.  There were no statistics reported from Aquinas (8-6) at post time.  Both teams are back in action on Wednesday, when Eastridge/Bishop Kearney hosts Brockport and Aquinas plays host to Hilton.       [ BOX SCORE

 HILTON-1 at PITTSFORD-14 -  There were no statistics reported from either Pittsford (7-8) or Hilton (4-11) at post time.  Both teams conclude regular season play Wednesday, with Pittsford at Victor and Hilton at Aquinas.        [ BOX SCORE


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   on 06-25-2024
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