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DemocratandChronicle .com Sunday,October18,2015 Page3D )-1!,"* 0,("(!,(.$ .#!-+%&'()*-,($" @,P%@-@%A>!*%-B,A?@-,**%@@CA!%@ G31"P.$66A&LREJH =$JH2Q%659K20$ #<576.C/4$&;CM$K<H$&Q2K20$KOO.$<KJS ///L+K2&4$KL(25)O"O8F:I8OF1" 5+71'!05872/5.84/32#*( 6,2224.7#1"-4""#-87#271/4."7%&$) ,A*?!**,?B,A?@,D',**%@@CA!%@)*,?N,@?%A@%A>!*%'%B,A?N%D? -+1#)(/&%2,+')"*1$ &-53).3"206&1/3)06/+,*- &!'%)4660 7/2*6#,*&)2078#, -276$"($-276 Jack Sutherland had 201yards rushing on 20 carries to help lead Batavia-Notre Dame 32-22 over Holley in a Genesee Region football game on Saturday. Connor Logsdon went 6-for-9 with 102 yards p assing and a touchdown a nd an interception and P eter Daversa added two r ushing touchdowns for the Fighting Irish. Nick Passarell went 8- for-27 for 151yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions and rushed for 82 yards on 17 attempts for Holley. Clarence Moyer III had 129 receiving yards on four receptions with two touchdown receptions for the Hawks. Holley00616—22 Batavia Notre Dame 61376—32 ND- Jack Sutherland 8 run kick failed) ND- CJ Suozzi 23 pass from Connor Logsdon ( Larry Infantino kick) ND- Sutherland 31run (kick failed) H- Nick Passarell 3 run (run failed) N D- Peter Daversa 11run (Infantino kick) ND- Daversa 7 run (kick failed) H- Clarence Moyer III 27 pass from Passarell ( Moyer III pass from Passarell) H - Moyer III 46 pass from Passarell (Moyer III pass from Passarell) NON-LEAGUE Avon 59, Canisteo- Greenwood 20 Canisteo- G reenwood 7067—20 A von6122813—59 A- Zach Loomis 7 run (kick failed) C G- Zack Flaitz 67 pass from Robert Avery (Ethan Williamson kick) A- Loomis 6 run (run failed) A - Loomis 36 run (kick failed) A- Loomis 17 run (Graham Freeman kick) A- Freeman 11run (Freeman kick) C G- Flaitz 56 run (kick failed) A- Will Brinkerhoff 11pass from Freeman ( Freeman kick) A- Brinkerhoff 3 run (Freeman kick) A- Freeman 20 run (Freeman kick) C G- Flaitz 68 run (Williamson kick) A- Bryce Read 10 run (kick failed) Zack Loomis had 328 yards on 29 carries with t hree touchdown for A von (7-0). Graham Freeman had 172 yards on 17 carries with two rushing touchdown and threw a touch- d own reception for the Braves Will Brinkerhoff had two rushing touchdowns and Cullen Hite had 12 tackles and a sack for A von. Avon rushed for over 600 yards on offense Alden 14, University P rep 6 Alden0000—14 University Prep0000—6 Lucky Edwards scored on a 20 yard run for UPrep (2-5). FINGER LAKES Midlakes 38, Dundee 18 Midlakes66719—38 Dundee 01 2 60—1 8 Johvannie Andrades had 1 95 yards on 20 carries w ith two touchdowns for Dundee. Austin Thompson went 3-for-9 for 20 yards and a touchdown pass and added three rushing touchdowns for the Scotsmen. Ryan Sprague had six tackles, two and a half s acks, and a forced fum- b le and Damon Empson c hipped in eight tackles a nd had a fumble recovery for Dundee. MONROE COUNTY Irondequoit 23, C anandaigua 20 Irondequoit70610—23 Canandaigua06014—20 I- Chris DiCesare 5 run (Dan Tette kick) C- Brian Hoffman 56 pass from Mitchel S chaefer (Josh Bellis kick) I- Sean Mannion 35 run (kick missed) I- Frederick June 26 field goal C- Carson Greene 9 pass from Schaefer (Bellis kick) I - DiCesare 1run (June kick) C - Ben Smith-Wilcox 42 pass from Schaefer (Bellis kick) Sean Mannion tallied 46 rushing yards on 12 carries and a rushing touchdown as well as 204 passing yards for Ironde- q uoit (4-3). C hris DiCesare ran for 119 yards and two touchdowns and Ty’Sean Sizer added and 140 receiving yards on seven c atches for the Eagles. C am Thompson had seven tackles and a sack and Connor Oaks added eight tackles for Irondequoit. Greece Athena 21, B rockport 12 Brockport6006—12 Greece Athena7077—21 B- Jeremy Michaels 7 pass from Ashton Scott (kick failed) G A- Tavon Granison 7 run (Damien Mousso kick) GA- Granison 43 run (Mousso kick) B- Scott 2 run (pass failed) GA- Kenny Speed 19 pass form Granison (Mousso kick) Tavon Granison complete 7-of-12 passing at- t empts for 144 yards and atouchdown and also rushed for 68 yards and t wo touchdowns for Athena (5-2). Kenny Speed had 58 yards on 2 receptions and one touchdown for the Trojans. Defensively, Damien M ousso had 12 tackles a nd a sack and Vince Soeffing added nine tackles, a sack and an inter- c eption for Athena. Cory Gross had 106 yards on 19 carries for B rockport (6-1). HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL Batavia-Notre Dame defeats Holley, 32-22 STAFF REPORTS Newark’s Ali House earned all league honors a nd set a school record, p ool record, and Finger L akes League record in the 2015 Finger Lakes Diving Championship Saturday. House is currently ranked first in the state for diving. Haily Atkins (Newark) also earned all-league honors and Victoria S hively from Marcus W hitman earned an hon- o rable mention. Top 5:1.Ali House (Newark) 583.65;2.Haily A tkins (Newark) 466.85;3.Victoria Shively (Marcus Whitman) 383.60;4.Katlin Wells (MW) 348.15;5.Lauren Miller (Palmyra-Mac edon) 319.30;6.Hazel Kettelkamp (Midlakes) 240.65;7.Shelby Dobbertin (MW) 214.50;8.Megan Stookey (Gananda) 1 98.00;9.Justine Williard (Gananda) 174.25. MONROE COUNTY ELEVEN DIVES Top 5:1.Erin Norton (Victor) 493.15;2.Elena Rohr (Irondequoit) 451.25;3.Serica Hallstead (Canandaigua) 427.90;4.Maddie Schafer (Pittsford) 394.00;5.Gailyn Grass ( Brighton) 372.20.Top two qualify for the state meet. GIRLS SOCCER NON-LEAGUE HARLEY A LLENDALE-COLUMBIA 6, SCHOOL OF THE ARTS 0 Danielle Geary tallied agoal and two assists for HAC. GIRLS VOLLEYBALL WATERLOO DIG PINK 2015 T OURNAMENT GOLD FINALS: WESTHILL 25-19-14, LE ROY 10-25-14 Silver Finals: Honeoye 2 5-27 Penn Yan 19-25 Pool A: Westhill 6-0; Wayne 4-2; Waterloo 1-5; Mynderse 1-5. Pool B: Le Roy 6-0, South Seneca 3-3; L ivonia 3-3; Newark 0-6. P ool C: Oswego 6-0, Bata- v ia-Notre Dame 3-3; Penn Yan 2-4; Honeoye 1-5. BYRON-BERGEN TOURNAMENT All-tournament t eam: Danielle Antonio ( Aquinas), Tessa Engel ( Batavia), Bryanna D'Agostino- (Byron-Bergen), Lauren Burke (Byron Bergen), Emily Kuhlkin (Churchville-Chili), Rachel Chapman (Churchville-Chili) MVP- Sarah Huzyk (Churchville-Chili). GIRLS TENNIS INDIVIDUAL SECTIONALS Class AA-Singles: No 1.Megan Gamble (Webster Schroeder) d.No.3 Kaili Saffran ( WebsterThomas) 6-0,6-0;No.2 Holland Long (Hilton) d.No.4 Caroline Schmitz (Fairport) 6-0,6-0. Doubles: No.1Emily Stanl ey/Sarah Marro (Victor) d.No.4 Caitlin Hogan/Hannah Spaan (Penfield) 6-0,6-3;No.2 Xilin Zhou/Catherine Gamble (Schroeder) d. ( 5) Diana Kulawiec/Jill O'Shaughnessy (Fairport) 6-2,6-2. Class A- Singles: No.1Julia Andreach ( Mercy) d.No.4 Laura Freeman (Churchville- Chili) 6-0,6-0;No.2 Tami Comins (Pittsford Mendon) d.No.3 Chhinda Som (Brighton) 6 -0,6-2; Doubles: No.1Joyce Luo/Liza Pinchman (Mendon) d.No.4 Rachel Herrman/Gloria Zhang (Brighton) 6-3,6-0;No.2 O lga Shvetsova/Rene Gangarosa (Brighton) d.No.3 Irena Gao/Jess Bodewes (Mendon) 6-2,6-0. Class BB- Singles: No.1Alina Santiago (Pittsford Sutherland) d.Niharika Chaudhary (Sutherland) 6-0,6-1;No.2 Olivia Engebrecht ( Sutherland) d.Anastasia Gubanova (HAC) 4-6,6-2,6-0; Doubles: No.1Charlotte Engebrecht/Josie Libby (Sutherland) d.No. 4 K ate Bjorklund/Lila Campbell (HAC) 6-0,6-0; No.2 Lily Engebrecht/Natalie Strauber (Sutherland) d.No.3 Hannah Kuper/Sean Miller ( HAC) 7-6No.2,3-6,7-5 Class B- Singles: No.1Daniela Coello (Aquinas) d.No.4 Cara Graham (Palmyra- M acedon) 6-0,6-0;No.2 Ashley Owens (Penn Yan) d.No.3 Erin Graham (Pal-Mac) 6 -2,6-4; Doubles: No.1Marietta Koeberle/Anna O'Donnell (Pal-Mac) d.Lea Morgan/ Ariana Ross (Batavia) 6-2,6-2;No.3 Stephanie Hoy/Sophia Stuart (Batavia) d.Mariah C arson/Tessa Spencer (Greece Odyssey) 4-6, 6 -1,7-6(5) Class CC- Singles: No.1Trinity Boykin ( North Rose-Wolcott) d.(5) Teresa Craugh ( Marcus Whitman) 6-2,6-0;No.2 Julia Barnes (NRW) d.No.3 Makenna Barber (Add ison) 6-0,6-2; Doubles: No.4 Madison Ewing/Rachael Ferraioro (Wellsville) d.Emily Bogart/Sarah Kohberger (Mynderse) default; N o.2 Danielle Gilfert/Sydney Sisson (Wellsville) d.No.3 Sam Pundt/Rachel Sullivan (Mynderse) default. Class C- Singles: No.1Lexi Sanford (Prattsburgh) d.(5) Rayne Broach (Clyde-Savannah) 6-0,6-1;No.2 Hannah DelGatto ( Naples) d.No.3 Lauren Robbins (Pratts- burgh) 6-3,6-1. Doubles: No.1Amber Smith/Cassondra Mark (Prattsburgh) d.No.4 S am Spofford/Avril King (Naples) 6-1,7-5; No.3 Rylee Kalinski/Samantha Kalinski (C-S) d.No.2 Alyssa Wlodarczyk/Kelsey Arliss (Lyo ns) 6-2,7-6(7). CROSS COUNTRY MONROE COUNTY SPARTAN WATERFRONT INVITATIONAL Boys Varsity A Top-5:1.Brad Farnham (Penfield) 16:35;2.Luke Robbins (Pittsford Sutherland); 3.Tyler Senall (Penfield) 16:53;4.Nick Spinosa (Spencerport) 16:58;5.Conor Davis (Penfield) 17:00. Varsity B Team:1.Churchville-Chili 18;2. Pittsford Sutherland 64;3.Spencerport 89;4. Penfield 96;5.Webster Thomas 123;6.Oak- field-Alabama 181;7.Gates Chili 237;8.West Seneca West 256;9.Alexander 266;10. Greece Olympia 277. Top-5:1.Justin Townsend (C-C) 17:55;2. Nicholas Brown (C-C) 17:56;3.Jack Balta (Sutherland) 17:57;4.Jon Skuza (C-C) 17:58; 5.John Vernick (C-C) 18:07. Girls Varsity A top-5:1.Claire Miller (Penfield) 19:17;2.Haley Arguien (Churchville-Chili) 19:25;3.Rebekah Preisser (Pittsford Sutherland) 19:28;4.Madeline Shellard (Irondequoit) 19:33;5.Anna Rybczynski (West Seneca West) 19:34. V arsity B team:1.Webster Thomas 36;2.Pen- field 28;3.Churchville-Chili 82;4.Pittsford S utherland 85;5.Gates Chili 143. T op-5:1.Isabella Cole (Penfield) 21:49;2. Payton Yelle (Penfield) 21:50;3.Marlee Ang us (Penfield) 21:59;4.Sadie Cunningham (Thomas) 22:17;5.Haley Brennan (Thomas) 22:18. LIVINGSTON COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP MEET Team Scores: 1.Dansville 482;2.Wells- ville 381;3.Wayland-Cohocton 373;4.Bath 3 29;5.Livonia 289;6.Hornell 226;7.Letch- worth 206. 200 medley relay: 1.Dansville (Cheyenne Markowski,Vanessa Vegder,Haley B ridge,Madelyn Vegder) 1:59.95;2.Bath ( Mackenzie Travis,Angela Russo, MacKenna Taggart,Hailey Gaudino) 2:03.13;3.Way- l and-Cohocton (Kadeynn McInnis,Samantha S tanton,Rebekah Wilkinson,MacKenzie Curtin) 2:04.13. 200 freestyle: 1.Morgan F arman (Livonia) 2:04.36;2.Wilkinson (W-C) 2:05.11;3.Emily Polizzi (Dansville) 2:10.99; 200 IM: 1.Vanessa Vegder (Dansville) 2 :20.42;2.Zeruviah Adams (Wellsville) 2:23.55;3.Taggart (Bath) 2:24.58; 50 freestyle: 1.Isabel Mariotti (Wellsville) 26.35; 2 .Travis (Bath) 26.77;3.McInnis (W-C) 26.91; Diving: 1.Colette Anikwue (Letchworth) 463.95*^ 2.Katelyn Applin (Dans- v ille) 451.40;3.Rebecca Stevens (Wellsville) 334.80; 100 butterfly: 1.Adams (Wellsville) 1:02.82;2.Bridge (Dansville) 1:04.40;3. T aggart (Bath) 1:05.26; 100 freestyle: 1. Mariotti (Wellsville) 58.21;2.Ashlyn Schuster (Dansville) 59.32;3.Cori Shearing (Letchw orth) 1:00.51; 500 freestyle: 1.Bridge (Dansville) 5:37.95;2.Jesse Gunn (Dansville) 5:49.78;3.Polizzi (Dansville) 5:56.07; 200 f reestyle: 1.Wellsville (Adams,Sarah Stevens,Rebecca Stevens,Mariotti) 1:46.92;2. Wayland-Cohocton (McInnis,Curtin,Evyn M eldrum,Wilkinson) 1:47.94;3.Dansville (Markowski,Christina Kaszuba,Schuster, Madelyn Vegder) 1:49.86; 100 backs troke: 1.Farman (Livonia) 1:02.82;2. McInnis (W-C) 1:07.58;3.Markowski (Dans- v ille) 1:08.26; 100 breaststroke: 1.Va- nessa Vegder (Dansville) 1:10.70;2.Travis (Bath) 1:12.03;3.Shearing (Letchworth) 1 :16.20; 400 freestyle relay: 1.Dansville (Bridge,Kaszuba,Schuster,Vanessa Vegder) 3:55.42;2.Wellsville (Mariotti,Sarah Stev ens,Rebecca Stevens,Adams) 3:55.89;3.Li- vonia (Lexi Mills,Anna Krebbeks,Adrienne Weber,Farman) 4:09.78. * Denotes league record;^Denotes conference meet record PEMBROKE INVITATIONAL Boys Team:Lancaster-VI 58;Webster Schroeder 51;Niagara Falls-VI 71;Aquinas 81;Royalton- Heartland 108;Fredonia-VI 129;Grand Island-VI 161;Warsaw 192;Buffalo Nichols 208;Notre Dame 228;Pembroke 243. Top 5:1.Brad Bedell (L) 16:47;2.Steven Neumaier (L) 16:52;3.Dominic Buschen (WS) 1 7:00;4.Eric Wright (W) 17:05;5.Avery G reen (R-H) 17:05. Girls Team:Williamsville North 37;Immaculata-VI 74;Fredonia 75;Webster Schroeder 97;Aquinas 121;Nicholes 131;Lancaster 164;RoyHart 165;Niagara Falls 200;Grand Island 216;Notre Dame 160;Pembroke I;Warsaw I. Top 5:1.Naimi Wistner (WN) 18:55;2.Gwen Stokes (F) 19:56;3.Rachel Luczak (I) 20:02;4. Mikayla Bolles (WN) 20:03;5.Megan McMullen (A) 20:10. HIGH SCHOOLS House sets dive records STAFF REPOR TS TUESDAY Boys Soccer Class AA first round: No. 12 Gates Chili (0-16) at N o. 5 Webster Thomas (74-4), 5 p.m.; No. 9 Edison/ Monroe (7-2-2) at No. 8 Hilton (6-9-1), No. 10 Rush-Henrietta (5-10-1) at No. 7 Penfield (4-7-4), No. 1 1East (3-13) at No. 6 Fairport (6-8-2), 6 p.m. C lass A1first round: No. 9 School of the Arts (3-10-1) at No. 8 Irondequoit (4-11-1), No. 10 Frankl in (2-10) at No. 7 Brighton (4-10-2), 6 p.m. C lass A2 first round: No. 9 Geneva (5-11) at No. 8Aquinas (4-11-1), 7 p.m.; No. 10 Batavia/Alexander (0-16) vs. No. 7 University Prep (8-5-1) at Sahlen’s Stadium, TBD. Class D1first round: No. 9 Fillmore (11-5) vs. No. 8 Northstar (11-5) at Grace & Truth, No. 12 Hammondsport (0-15-1) at No. 5 Harley-Allendale C olumbia (12-4), 3 p.m.; No. 10 Mount Morris (10-6) at No. 7 Wheatland- C hili (10-4-1), No. 11Hone- oye (4-11-1) at No. 6 Jasper-Troupsburg (12-3-1), 6 P .M. Class D2 first round: No. 12 Houghton (2-14) at N o. 5 Friendship (10-6), 3 p.m.; No. 11Scio (4-11-1) vs. No. 6 Prattsburgh (8-8) at Wayland-Cohocton, 5 p.m.; No. 10 Hins- dale (4-8-1) vs. No. 7 Webs ter Christian (5-7-2) at P erry, 6 p.m.; No. 9 Lima Christian (4-11-1) vs. No. 8 Avoca (7-9) at Wayland- Cohocton, 7 p.m. WEDNESDAY Boys Soccer Class B1first round: No. 9 Waterloo (2-14) at N o. 8 Midlakes (2-14), 3 p.m. C lass B2 first round: No. 9 Marcus Whitman (214) vs. No. 8 Dansville (610) at Hornell, 7 p.m. C lass C1first round: No. 10 Gananda (2-13-1) at N o. 7 Sodus (5-10-1), 3 p.m.; No. 9 Avon (4-11-1) at No. 8 Pembroke (4-12), No. 13 Rochester Academy (0-12) at No. 4 Byron Bergen/Elba (10-6), No. 12 Letchworth (2-14) at No. 5 East Rochester (7-7-1), No. 11Addison (3-13) at No. 6 Williamson (6-9-1), 6 p.m. Class C2 first round: No. 10 Marion (4-10-2) at No. 7 Dundee/Bradford (8-7-1), 3 p.m.; No. 9 Pavilion/York (6-9-1) at No. 8 Campbell-Savona (7-8-1), No. 13 Cuba-Rushford (21 3-1) vs. No. 4 South Seneca/Romulus (8-6-2) at Wayland-Cohocton, No. 1 4 Caledonia-Mumford (0-15-1) at No. 3 Bishop K earney (9-5-1), 6 p.m.; N o. 12 Warsaw (4-12) at No 5. Perry (9-6-1), No. 11 B olivar-Richburg (4-11-1) v s. No. 6 Kendall (8-8) at Warsaw 7 p.m. THURSDAY Boys Soccer Class A1quarterfinals: No. 10 Franklin (210) at No. 7 Brighton (410-2) winner No. 2 Greece A thena (11-5), No. 6 Pittsford Mendon (8-6-2) at No. 3 Greece Arcadia (113-2), 3 p.m.; No. 9 School of the Arts (3-10-1) at No. 8 Irondequoit (4-11-1) win- n er at No. 1Brockport (114-1), No. 5 Spencerport (96 -1) at No. 4 Canandaigua (11-4-1), 6 p.m.; FRIDAY Boys Soccer Class AA quarterfinals: No. 9 Edison/Monroe (7-2-2) at No. 8 Hilton (6-9-1) winner at No. 1 Webster Schroeder (122-2), No. 12 Gates Chili (016) at No. 5 Webster Thomas (7-4-4) winner at No. 4 Churchville-Chili (10-6), No. 10 Rush-Henrietta (5-10-1) at No. 7 Penfield (4-7-4) winner at No. 2Victor (10-4-2), No. 11 E ast (3-13) at No. 6 Fairport (6-8-2) winner at No. 3McQuaid (12-2-2). C lass A2 quarterfinals: No. 9 Geneva (5-11) at No. 8 Aquinas (4-11-1) w inner at No. 1Greece Olympia (11-5), No. 6 Eastridge (9-6-1) vs. No. 3 Wils on (9-5-1) at Sahlen’s Stadium, 3 p.m.; No. 10 Batavia/Alexander (0-16) vs. No. 7 University Prep (85-1) winner at No. 2 Pitts- ford Sutherland (9-4-3), N o. 5 Honeoye Falls-Lima ( 8-6-2) at No. 4 Wayne (12-4), 6 p.m. Class D1quarterfinals: No. 9 Fillmore (11-5) vs. No. 8 Northstar (11-5) winner at No. 1Alfred-Al- m ond (15-1), No. 12 Hammondsport (0-15-1) at No. 5Harley-Allendale Columbia (12-4) winner at No. 4 Arkport/Canasara- ga (14-2), No. 10 Mount M orris (10-6) at No. 7 Wheatland-Chili (10-4-1) w inner at No. 2 Genesee Valley (15-0-1), No. 11Ho- neoye (4-11-1) at No. 6 Jasper-Troupsburg (12-3-1) w inner vs. No. 3 Naples (12-1-3) at Wayland-Coh octon, 6 p.m.. Class D2 quarterfinals: No. 12 Houghton (214) at No. 5 Friendship (10-6) winner at No. 4 Whitesville (10-6), 3 p.m.; No. 9Lima Christian (4-11-1) vs. No. 8 Avoca (7-9) winner at No. 1Andover (114-1), No. 10 Hinsdale (48-1) vs. No. 7 Webster Christian (5-7-2) winner vs. No. 2 Finney (10-6) at P enfield, No. 11Scio (411-1) vs. No. 6 Prattsburgh (8-8) winner at No. 3 Belf ast (10-5-1), 6 p.m. SOCCER SCHEDULE Gates Chili faces Webster Thomas STAFF REPORTS HIGH SCHOOLS “We looked really good, we were patient,” Zembiec said. “This is probably the best game our offensive line has played, and that’s key for us. It let me get the ball into the hands of the play- makers. “Taylor (Riggins) was back 100 percent tonight, so we did our thing on off ense. The defense played phenomenal.” T here will be a new No. 1team in the state rankings. Three guesses which t eam it will be, as the Litt le Irish clinched the No. 1 seed for the Section V C lass AA Tournament t hat begins next weekend. “We came in here and ran into a team that just wanted to win more than we did tonight,” Canisius coach Rich Robbins said. A quinas led from start to finish, as the Little Irish scored on its first possession, a drive aided at by a defensive pass interference penalty near the goal line. Riggins scored on a 15-yard run and was soon back on the field and in the Aquinas backfield after Edwards’ first interception. T he Crusaders stopped Aquinas on downs at the C anisius 13, however. but the second Canisius drive was not any better. Hayes i ntercepted a pass near t he Aquinas sideline and into a touchdown two p lays later, a five-yard r un by Riggins late in the first quarter. The Little Irish celebrated, until Canisius senior Desmond Nicholas returned the ensuing kickoff 99 yards for a touchdown. Aquinas extended it’s 14-7 lead with 4:11remain- ing in the first half. Riggins’ strong first half continued with a seven-yard touchdown during yet another physical run by the 6-foot-2, 215-pound senior. The Crusaders continued to tumble because of turnovers. “ We played the way we are capable of playing, ton ight,” Aquinas coach Chris Battaglia said. “We played really good offen- s ively, really good defen- s ively, and even in the special teams we made some p lays. Aquinas Continued from Page 1D

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