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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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Livonia-Avon Gets One-Goal Win

DAY IN REVIEW: THURSDAY - There were only two games played today. Livonia-Avon beat Aquinas 13-12 and Newark-Midlakes beat Marcus Whitman to give their new Head Coach Rachel Youngman her first win for the Eagles.

Newark-Midlakes vs Marcus WhitmanMARCUS WHITMAN-5 at NEWARK-MIDLAKES-12 - The Screaming Eagles won their season opener for new coach Rachel Youngman.  There were no statistics reported from Newark-Midlakes at post time.  For Marcus Whitman, Sophia Snyder had three goals, and eighth-grader Evelyn Royston scored her first varsity goal.  Next on tap for Newark-Midlakes is a non-league matchup against North Tonawanda (VI).  The Wildcats resume play Friday when they visit Mynderse-Romulus.     [ BOX SCORE

LIVONIA-AVON-13 at AQUINAS-12 - In the first game of the season for both teams, the Lakers emerged with a narrow victory over the Little Irish.  Megan Carr (5g/1a) and Lily Rowe (4g/1a) led the scoring for Livonia-Avon.  Maddie Whitford also had a strong all-around game for Livonia-Avon, recording two goals, an assist, and 10 draw controls.  There were no statistics reported from Aquinas at post time.  On Saturday, the Bulldogs travel to Churchville-Chili to face the Saints, and the Little Irish have a non-league contest against visiting Frontier (VI).

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Rush-Henrietta Wins A Close One

DAY IN REVIEW: WEDNESDAY - There were ten games played today and although most were mismatches the Rush-Henrietta-Fairport game went to the last quarter.

RUSH-HENRIETTA-8 at FAIRPORT-7 - The Royal Comets avenged last year’s season-ending defeat to Fairport.  Kate DeWald (3g/3a) scored off a free position with just over 30 seconds remaining for the final margin of victory.  Catrina Rowe also tallied three goals for Rush-Henrietta.  Katie Mallaber led Fairport with four goals.  On Friday, the Royal Comets host Penfield, while the Red Raiders travel to Hilton to take on the Cadets.   [ BOX SCORE]

Penn Yan vs GenevaHONEOYE FALLS-LIMA-9 at CANANDAIGUA-15 - Canandaigua led the HFL Cougars from wire to wire, earning a 15-9 victory in their home opener, and improving their record to 4-0.  Another balanced scoring effort from the Great Wolves was led by seniors Hanna Davis (4g, 2a) and Caroline Lyttle (2g, 2a).  Nola Weaver (2g) logged an impressive 4 caused turnovers as well, while Junior Samantha Lupton (3g) also notched a Hat trick.  Sophomore attacker Shaye Angelo (6g), Sophomore defensive midfielder Sarah Smith (1g-3a), and Senior offensive player Katie Adams (1a) made the book for HFL. The loss drops the Cougars record to 0-3, and they will have the opportunity to get their first win of the season on Friday when they face Brockport.      [ BOX SCORE

IRONDEQUOIT-14 at CHURCHVILLE-CHILI-3 - Irondequoit came away from Churchville-Chili this evening with their first win of the season beating the Saints 14-3 and dropping Churchville Chili’s record to 0-3.  Ella Brennan (3g,1a) was the high point scorer for the Eagles, while Alison Baumgartner (2g,1a) and Grace Bottiglier (2g,1a) each posted 3 point nights.  Senior Madelyn Thore helped the Eagles retain possession and build their lead by winning 10 Draw Controls.  Campbell Hewlett (1g,1a) was a multi-point scorer for Churchville-Chili, who will look to mark the win column on Friday against the Greece Storm, while Irondequoit will be hosting Spencerport on Friday as well.     [ BOX SCORE

GENEVA-5 at PENN YAN-15 - Penn Yan improved to 4-1 tonight with 15-5  home victory over Geneva.  Allie Good (3g,1a) and Kaitlyn Wright (2g,2a) accounted for Geneva’s scoring.  No Book was submitted for Penn Yan at time of post.     [ BOX SCORE

WATERLOO-13 at MYNDERSE-ROMULUS-5 - Waterloo travelled to Mynderse and posted a 13-5 victory over Mynderse-Romulus.  Myah Herron (2g) led the Blue Devils in defeat as the only multi-point scorer while also collecting 7 Draw Controls, 3 GB’s and Casting a turnover. Maria Del Carmen had 7 saves in goal for Mynderse-Romulus. No book was submitted for Waterloo at time of post.     [ BOX SCORE

EASTRIDGE/BK-19 at GATES CHILI-9 - Eastridge and Gates-Chili opened up their seasons at Gates-Chili this evening and Eastridge/BK came away victorious with a 19-9 win.  No book was submitted for either team at time of post.  Eastridge/BK will look to improve to 2-0 against Geneva on Friday, while Gates-Chili will cross town to face Churchville-Chili on 4/15.     [ BOX SCORE

Penn Yan vs GenevaCORNING-5 at MERCY-14 -  The Monarchs’ win over Corning (IV) was their first of the season.  Mercy had several multi-goal scorers, including Sydney Cook (3g/2a), Emma Kravetz (2g), Mia Quagrello (2g/1a), and Lydia Malvaso (2g).  Ninth-grader Elinor Meyer registered four saves for the Monarchs, who visit Fairport on Monday.   [ BOX SCORE

GREECE STORM-15 at BROCKPORT-10 - Greece evened its record at 1-1.  Mara Misiurewicz accounted for eight Storm goals.  Erica Savage (4g/3a), Emma Carlson (3g/4a), and Emma Dioguardi (1a) contributed the remainder of Greece’s scoring; Savage also recorded nine draw controls.  For Brockport, Zoe Baase lit up the scoresheet, with five goals, one assist, seven draw controls, four ground balls, and two caused turnovers.  Audrey Nichols and ninth-grader Allison Cole each tallied her first varsity goal for the Blue Devils, who travel to HF-L on Friday to take on the Cougars. The Storm is home to Churchville-Chili on Friday.     [ BOX SCORE

SCHROEDER-4 at SPENCERPORT-14 -  With the win, Spencerport not only remains undefeated (5-0) but also ties its series history with Schroeder at nine victories apiece.  Molly Guzik (4g/1a) and ninth-grader Joey Cerretto (3g) paced the attack for the Rangers, who visit Irondequoit on Friday.  Next on the schedule for Schroeder is a home contest against Canandaigua, also on Friday.   [ BOX SCORE

HILTON-6 at THOMAS-14 - The Titans, who won their eleventh consecutive match against Hilton, earned their first victory of the young season.  There were no statistics reported from Thomas at post time.  Ryleigh Lent had four goals for the Cadets, while eighth-grader Ava Tata collected four draw controls.  The Titans visit Pittsford on Friday for a game against the Panthers.  The Cadets take on the visiting Red Raiders from Fairport on Friday.    [ BOX SCORE

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Wayne Defeats Marcus Whitman

DAY IN REVIEW: TUESDAY - In the only game played today, Wayne beat Marcus Whitman.

WAYNE-14 at MARCUS WHITMAN-2 - Junior midfielder Caiden Melos scored her first Varsity goal and Isabella Veltre (5g-1a), Samantha Branner (2g-2a), and Emma Lockwood (3g-1a) led the scoring for Wayne (2-2). In the goal Senior Mimi Ugalde recorded 4s/2ga = 67%.  There was no report from Marcus Whitman (0-2) at post-time.   [ BOX SCORE

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Canandaigua Takes Pittsford 8-5

DAY IN REVIEW: SATURDAY - There were five games scheduled for Saturday. HFL lost a tough one to Skaneateles in overtime while Canandaigua beat Pittsford 8-5 and Jordan-Elbridge beat Wayne by the same score.

CANANDAIGUA-8 at PITTSFORD-5 - Senior offensive player Hanna Davis reached her 150th goal while others scoring for Canandaigua (3-0) included Junior offensive player Samantha Lupton (1g-1a), Sophomore offensive player Lola Schorr (1g-1a), Junior offensive player Nola Weaver (2g), and senior Caroline Lyttle (2g).  There was no report from Pittsford (1-1) at post-time.     [ BOX SCORE

JORDAN-ELBRIDGE-8 at WAYNE-5 - Leading the scoring for Wayne were Junior attacker Isabella Veltre (2g), Sophomore midfielder Lauren Twist (1g), and Senior attacker Abby Brown (1g). In the goal for Wayne was senior Mimi Ugalde with 10s/8ga = 56% (48 mins).   There was no report from Jordan-Elbridge (1-0) at post-time.     [ BOX SCORE

SKANEATELES-10 at HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA-9 in overtime - After falling behind 8-5 in the first half, the Lady Cougars came back in the second half, outscoring Skaneateles 4-1, but falling short in overtime. Scoring for the Lakers were Grace Marquardt(2g-3a), Tatum Ryan(3g), Camryn Calabro(1g-2a), Mara Stanton(1g1a), Anasofia Cirincione(1g-1a), Ana Nichols(1g), Paige Willard(1g). In the goal were Arianna Cirincione(4svs/4ga), Brooke Coffey(6svs/5ga). Leading the scoring for Honeoye Falls-Lima (0-2) were Sophomore attacker Shaye Angelo (3g), Senior offensive player Katie Adams (2g), Sophomore defensive midfielder Jenna Lawrence (1g) and 8th grade midfielder Harper Jacob (2g) who scored her first Varsity goal for HFL.       [ BOX SCORE

SOUTH JEFFERSON-9 at THOMAS-3 - Mia Estelle scored 2g and Sophia Shortino added 1g for Thomas who will play at Hilton on Wednesday.    [ BOX SCORE

There was no report from the Victor vs St. Anthony game at post-time.     [ BOX SCORE

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Fairport and Penfield Win Today

DAY IN REVIEW: FRIDAY - Fairport was in control with their 18-11 wins against Baldwinsville and Penfield won a close 7-6 game with Northport, but Penn Yan and Victor with on the wrong side of close games.

FAIRPORT-18 at BALDWINSVILLE-11 - Fairport had a convincing victory on the road over the defending class A champions in section III.  Leading the scoring for the Red Raiders were Lily Kondas (5g/2a), Ella Peers (3g/4a), Ellie Miller (4g/1a), Camryn DuBose (2g/3a), and Katie Mallaber (3g/1a).  Fairport faces rival Rush-Henrietta at home on Wednesday.    [ BOX SCORE

PENFIELD-7 at NORTHPORT-6 - The Patriots held off a late charge by Northport—last year’s class A champions in section XI—to earn the win.  Peyton Rothfuss (3g) and Jenna Capozzi (2g/1a) led the scoring for Penfield, while Aly Welz registered three caused turnovers.  The Patriots resume league play when they travel to Rush-Henrietta to play the Royal Comets next Friday.    [ BOX SCORE

PENN YAN-9 at TOPSAIL-10 - In a matchup of unbeatens, Penn Yan was edged by the Pirates of Topsail (NC).  Bailey Cooper was superb in defeat, totaling seven goals, four draw controls, and two caused turnovers for the Mustangs.  Taylor Mullins contributed one goal and three draw controls.  The Mustangs resume section V play when they host Geneva on Wednesday.     [ BOX SCORE

VICTOR-6 at COLD SPRING HARBOR-8 - For the Seahawks of Cold Spring Harbor (VIII), it was their second win in two days over a visiting section V opponent.  The Blue Devils continue their Long Island sojourn when they take on St. Anthony’s (LI Parochials) on Saturday.  There were no statistics reported from Victor at post time.     [ BOX SCORE

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Spencerport and Penn Yan Win on the Road

DAY IN REVIEW: THURSDAY - Three games were reported today and all three were against out on section teams. Penn Yan and Spencerport won and Rush-Henrietta lost a close one with West Genesee.

PENN YAN-15 at RIVER BLUFF HIGH YOUTH SPORTS-3 - Bailey Cooper (4g/3a) paced the Mustangs, who secured their fourth victory of the season against no defeats.  Taylor Mullins chipped in three goals, including the 50th of her career.  The Mustangs look to continue their winning ways when they face Topsail (NC) on Friday.     [ BOX SCORE

SPENCERPORT-12 at RIVERSIDE HS-7 - Spencerport concluded its southern trip with a convincing victory over its Virginia opponent.  Molly Guzik scored six goals, assisted on three others, and registered 12 draw controls.  Alyssa Nichols contributed three goals and an assist. Spencerport, which has won its first four contests of the season, hosts Schroeder next Wednesday.    [ BOX SCORE

RUSH-HENRIETTA-9 at WEST GENESEE-11 - In a hard-fought contest, the Wildcats from West Genesee (III) were able to hold off the Royal Comets from Rush-Henrietta.  It was the eighth time overall the teams have met and the fifth time West Genesee has come away with the win.  Emma DeWald, Kate DeWald, Danielle Garrett, and Catrina Rowe each had two goals for Rush-Henrietta; Kate DeWald also secured a team-high seven draw controls.  The Royal Comets travel to Fairport next Wednesday to take on the Red Raiders.     [ BOX SCORE

PENFIELD-7 at COLD SPRING HARBOR-11 - The Patriots built a 6-4 halftime lead but were unable to withstand a second-half surge from Cold Spring Harbor (VIII).   Peyton Rothfuss and Whitney Reynolds scored two goals apiece for Penfield.  Rothfuss also collected six draw controls, as did ninth-grader Avery Fordham.  The Patriots conclude their Long Island trip when they face Northport (XI) on Friday.     [ BOX SCORE

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Pittsford Beats Bethlehem

DAY IN REVIEW: TUESDAY - Pittsford won their season opener with a 7-5 win over Bethlehem. There was no reports from Pittsford at post-time.     [ BOX SCORE

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CA and Spencerport Win

DAY IN REVIEW: WEDNESDAY - There were only two games played today. Others were postponed.

CANANDAIGUA-10 at MERCY-6 - Neither the driving rain, nor the Monarchs at Our Lady of Mercy could stop the visiting Canandaigua Grey Wolves from returning home victorious today.  Canandaigua beat Mercy by a score of 10-6 in a hotly contested game.  Mercy led for most of the 1st half in aback and forth contest and took a 4-3 lead into halftime, however the Grey Wolves rode a strong third quarter to take the lead and never gave it back.  Leading scorers for the Braves included Hanna Davis (2g-2a), Lola Schorr (3g) and Nola Weaver (2g-1a), while Junior Defender Emily Hubler made an impression causing 2 turnovers and scooping up 4 GB’s.  For Mercy, Mia Lusardi (2g) and Krista Harnischfeger (2g) scored 2 goals a piece, while Mia Quagrello (4a) was the team’s main distributor.  Canandaigua will travel to Pittsford on 4/6, while Mercy will next host Corning on 4/10.    [ BOX SCORE

SPENCERPORT-12 at FREEDOM (SOUTH RIDING)-4 - Spencerport travelled out of section to defeat the Freedom Eagles (Virginia) by a score off 12-4.  Senior Molly Guzik led all scorers with 5 goals and also hauled in 11 draw controls, while Sophomore Brooke Endres (3g-1a) also notched a 4-point performance.  Senior Attacker Sophia Marron (1g) also earned extra possessions for the Rangers by causing 3 turnovers a scoping up 1 Ground Ball.  Senior Midfielder Alyssa Nichols (1g-2a) also made lays in all phases collecting 3 DC’s, 2 GB’s and causing a turnover. Spencerport plays Riverside (VA) on Thursday.     [ BOX SCORE

The Penn Yan game with Topsail was postponed until Friday. They play River Bluff on Thursday. The Wayne at Lafayette as been moved to April 12th.

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Penfield Wins Out of Section Game

DAY IN REVIEW: MONDAY - There were only two games played today. Penfield beat Bethlehem and Fairport fell to CNS.

BETHLEHEM-8 at PENFIELD-11 - The Patriots built a six-goal lead and then withstood a late Bethlehem (II) rally to post their first victory of the young season.  Peyton Rothfuss excelled for Penfield, dominating the draw circle in addition to registering four goals and two assists. Freshman midfielder Avery Fordham scored her first Varsity goal in the game. The Patriots continue the non-league portion of their schedule when they travel to Long Island later this week to face two traditional powerhouses, Cold Spring Harbor (VIII) and Northport (XI).    [ BOX SCORE

FAIRPORT-11 at CNS-14 - The Red Raiders suffered their first loss of the season against a talented C-NS (III) squad.  Ella Peers (4g/2a) led the scoring for Fairport, while ninth-grader Brenna Goss scored her first varsity goal and also collected a team-high four draw controls.  The Raiders take on another tough section III opponent when they travel to Baldwinsville on Friday.     [ BOX SCORE

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2023 Season Wrap Up

There were thirty teams playing Varsity Girls Lacrosse in Section V. Bishop Kearney scheduled nine games but elected to forgo the tournament at the end of the season. There were 674 players on the final rosters. Irondequoit and Mercy carried the largest roster with twenty-seven players and Eastridge with the smallest with fifteen. 

Victor ChampsThere were four classes for the sectional tournaments. Rush-Henrietta (A), Canandaigua (B), and Pal-Mac (C) and Penn Yan were the top seeded teams, but only Penn Yan became a champion.

Second seeded Fairport had a 6-5 win against Rush-Henrietta, second seeded Victor won their game against fourth seeded Irondequoit 8-6. Third seeded Honeoye Falls-Lima won their Championship with a 15-6 win over Pal-Mac. Penn Yan had a 12-4 win over second seeded Waterloo-Marcus Whitman.

The teams were able to play a full season again in 2023. The first game was played on March 24th when Penfield beat Churchville-Chili 17-1. The last regular season game was played on May 18th when Eastridge  defeated Gates Chili 10-2 and Mercy defeated Schroeder 14-8.

The 255 regular season games were played and the 96 league games determined the league championships.

Fairport Champs

At the end of the year, the Section V Head Coaches selected the post-season award winners including their All-League players. Then they selected six USA Lacrosse All-Americans and five All-Academics. Named All-Americans were Maeve Brennan (Irondequoit), Natalie Disanto (Waterloo-Marcus Whitman), Molly Guzik (Spencerport), Avery Roberts (Rush-Henrietta), and Jaelyne Twomey (Fairport).

Named All-Academics were Ellie Bergin (Pittsford), Madeleine Fitzgerald (Mercy), Kelly Kohberger (Mynderse-Romulus), Elise Murphy (Brighton, and Clare Ruff (Honeoye Falls-Lima).

Fairport Head Coach Mara Karpp was named Coach of the Year from Section V and the Jackie Pitts Award winner was Marlee Green from Honeoye Falls-Lima.

Victor Champs

After the regular season, the Section V tournaments were conducted. Fairport (Class A), Victor (Class B), HF-L (Class C) and Penn Yan (Class D) were the Sectional Champions in 2023.

The New York State Tournaments were back in full swing and sectional champions went on to play Section VI champions in the Western Regionals (quarter finals).

In Class A, Fairport beat Lancaster (18-8) and then defeated Suffern (Section I) 8-7, taking them to finals where they became NYS Champions with a 10-9 win over Massapequa (Sect VIII).HFL Champs

In Class B, Victor beat Clarence (Section VI) with a score of 16-2. They then beat Bethlehem Central (Section II) 18-5 and defeated Garden City (Section VIII) 8-6 to win their Class B NYS Championship. In Class C, Honeoye Falls-Lima won their game against Lake Shore of Section VI 22-9 and but then lost to John Jay (Section 1) with a score of 10-8 in the semifinals. Penn Yan beat Eden (Section VI) 17-3 before losing to Bronxville (Section I) 18-8 in the semifinals.

At the end of the season at least fifty seniors who have made college commitments. They will become part of almost three hundred players from Section V who are currently playing at all college levels.

    Section V Tournament
Section Five Brackets
Sat - Out brackets Mon = Quarters & Tue - Quarters
Wed - D/A Semis Thu - C/B Semis
Tue - D/A Championships Wed - C/B Championships
Sat - NYS Western Regionals Fri - NYS Semifinals
  Sat - NYS Championships
    Year End Awards
All Americans/Academics All League Awards

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