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DemocratandChronicle .com Wednesday,October21,2015 Page3D 718 $%!#"!% 6*./1&%1'$'125 "-!18*#'.*,)2+8 "%'&#$&#$! 4#0,-%2+*,-+2%-*+%*328( )(#$*.+,+!)*'.$!&*%("*$#!$#&!+,( Megan Bugbee and Erin Rollins scored in the second half for No. 5 Geneseo in a 3-1win over No. 12 Canisteo- Greenwood in girls soccer Class C1first round matchup on Tuesday. Vicki Finn had a goal in the first half f or the Blue Devils (11-4-2). H ailey Schwartz scored for the Reds kins (8-8-1). NO. 3 ALEXANDER 6, NO. 14 RED CREEK 0 Marissa Scharlau scored three goals and Haley Wasikowski added a pair of goals for Alexander (13-1-2). Megan West chipped in with a goal for the Trojans. NO. 2 CALEDONIA-MUMFORD 3, NO. 15 LETCHWORTH 0 Jessica Garland scored two goals and Claudia Haut added a goal to lead Cal- Mum (14-2-1). NO. 4 BLOOMFIELD 3, NO. 13 OAKFIELD-ALABAMA/ELBA 0 Sydney Johnsen had a goal and an assist for Bloomfield (13-4). Kimmy Tiffany and Aleta Kent each tallied a goal and Jill Marianacci added an assist for the Bombers. Samantha Rickett had six saves to earn the shutout in goal for Bloomfield. CLASS C2 FIRST ROUND NO. 6 KESHEQUA 1, NO. 11PERRY 0 Savanah Vasile scored 11minutes into the game for Keshequa (9-6-2). Payton Powers made five saves to earn the shutout for the Indians. NO. 4 BISHOP KEARNEY 2, NO. 13 PAVILION 0 Arianne Smith had a goal and an assist and Amata Valentini scored for BK (11-5). Riley Callister earned the shutout for t he Kings. NO. 3 SOUTH SENECA 17, NO. 14 LYONS 0 Kelsey Shaulis finished with three goals and two assists and Emily Dey added a goal and two assists for South Sene- c a (16-1). Vicki Sturdivant and Mackenzie Kenyon each scored three goals for the Falcons. CLASS B2 FIRST ROUND NO. 9 WELLSVILLE 2, NO. 8 ATTICA 0 Rayanna Anderson scored both goals in the second half for Wellsville (3-11-2). FIELD HOCKEY SECTION V BRIGHTON 2, WEBSTER THOMAS 0 Annie Kase scored both goals for Brighton (10-5). FAIRPORT 1, EASTRIDGE 1 Nicole Munson scored for Fairport (94-2). Kierrah Hamer had a goal for Eastridge (3-11-1). VOLLEYBALL MONROE COUNTY WEBSTER SCHROEDER 25-22-23-25-25 PENFIELD 17-25-25-23-20 Ally Smith had 32 kills, 10 blocks, and 16 digs for Schroeder (11-2). Amanda Mosack tallied 53 assists and 1 4 digs and Amber Smith added 19 digs and Schroeder Emily Harnischfeger had 14 kills and Alea Steigerwald tallied 31assists and 18 digs for Penfield (10-3). CHURCHVILLE-CHILI 25-25-25, GREECE ATHENA 17-21-15 Melissa Prewasnicak had 11assists and Danielle King added 10 kills to lead C-C. Sara Ciotti tallied nine kills for Athena. WEBSTER THOMAS 25-25-23-25, RUSH-HENRIETTA 16-11-25-14 Emily Howe had 25 assists and Gabby Scott added 10 kills and nine digs for Thomas (10-7). GATES CHILI 17-25-25-25, HILTON 25-18-22-17 Becca Hay finished with 30 assists, 5 a ces and 5 kills and Rachel Schuyler added 14 kills and two aces for Gates Chili (13-2). Ally Cappon had 8 kills, 6 digs and 3 blocks for Hilton (11-5). CANANDAIGUA 25-26-25-25, PITTSFORD MENDON 25-24-16-13 Rachel Simmons had eight kills and three aces and Carli Lenz added five kills and six blocks for Canandaigua (6-8). C ami Smeatin chipped in with five k ills and three blocks for the Braves. Nicole Mendick had 18 assists and five digs for Mendon. WAYNE COUNTY CLYDE-SAVANNAH 25-25-21-25, EAST ROCHESTER 16-17-25-22 Cassie Carey had six aces and three kills and Riley Carr added 11assists, 6 aces and 3 kills for C-S (5-12). Sophie Foster finished with six blocks a nd five aces and Adriannah Robinson had three kills for ER (4-11). WILLIAMSON 28-20-25-23-25, GANANDA 2 6-25-14-25-21 Leaha Ideman had 5 kills, 9 aces and 13 d igs for Williamson (11-5). T ylea McCarthy-Walker had six kills a nd five blocks and Emma McLyman had 18 assists, 5 aces, and seven digs for the Maurauders. Alli Stark had 29 assists and Caitlyn Donnolly had 15 kills for Gananda (12-5). NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT 25-25-25, MARION 11-11-8 Abby Miraglia had nine aces and two kills and Brianna Boone added three kills f or NR-W (13-5). E lly Hepburn had two kills and five b locks for Marion (3-14). FINGER LAKES PALMYRA-MACEDON 23-25-25-27, GENEVA 25-19-23-25 Michaela Morrison finished with 33 assists and 17 digs and Lindsay Howell added 14 kills and six blocks for Pal-Mac. Riley Record chipped in with nine kills and 25 digs and Izzy Brewer added 54 digs for the Red Raiders. Erin Guinan had 10 kills and seven blocks and Lauren Devaney added five kills and four blocks for Geneva. Shannon Gallagher recorded seven blocks for the Panthers. WATERLOO 25-25-25, MIDLAKES 22-20-19 Brittanie Sorde had 6 kills 6 digs and 4 aces to lead Waterloo. HONEOYE 25-25-25, DUNDEE 8-5-4 Hailey Cornish had 14 aces, 4 kills and 13 assists and Baily Lis added six kills and three aces for Honeoye (14-2). M argaret Slocum chipped in with five a ces and Desirae Zagari added two aces and two kills for the Bulldogs. PENN YAN 25-25-25, NEWARK 23-18-21 Jess Decker finished with 6 aces, 4 b locks and 4 kills and Emily Wunder add- e d 18 digs, 3 blocks and 2 kills for Penn Yan. Ladonia Smith had four kills for Newark (4-7). LIVINGSTON COUNTY PERRY 25-23-25-25, WAYLAND-COHOCTON 1 7-25-20-18 Laura Snell had eight aces and seven kills for Perry (9-9). Addie Kelly had four aces and 22 digs f or Way-Co (4-14). DANSVILLE 25-20-25-25, AVON 17-25-9-20 Sabrina Didas tallied 15 assists, 2 kills, 3aces, 6 digs and a block and Hope Didas a dded nine kills for Avon. M ary Northrup had 11digs and Grace L evandusky added 14 kills for the Braves. GENESEE REGION KENDALL 25-26-25, LYNDONVILLE 21-24-22 Madison Rath finished with eight kills and three aces and Chelsea Wright add- e d seven kills and four digs for Kendall ( 10-9). C ierra Riley had 4 aces, 3 kills and 3 blocks for Lyndonville. NON-LEAGUE AQUINAS 25-25-25, YORK 19-18-15 Maggie Flaherty had 16 assists and four aces and Val Ziarniak added seven kills for Aquinas (11-3). Sarah McFarland totaled 11assists, 8 digs, 3 kills and 3 aces for York (2-15). WARSAW 25-26-19-26, ATTICA 16-24-25-24 Ashton Babbitt tallied 10 kills and six blocks and Abbie Royce added 17 assists and 11digs for Warsaw (13-3). Ellen Paddock had 16 digs and five aces for the Tigers. SWIMMING MONROE COUNTY CANANDAIGUA 104, HILTON 82 200 medley relay:Canandaigua (Ware,Bernard,Ringhoff,Brunelli) 2:00.40;200 freestyle:Bailey Klafehn (H) 1:56.91;200 IM:Sabrina Turek (C) 2:19.53;50 freestyle:Klafehn (H) 25.13;Diving:Serica Hallstead ( C) 291.35;100 butterfly:Meghan Bates (C) 1:10.07;500 freestyle: Turek (C) 5:35.11;200 freestyle relay:Hilton (Klafehn,Batz,Reitz,Logory) 1 :45.81;100 backstroke:Erica Hughes (H) 1:01.98;100 breaststroke: S arah Alling (C) 1:16.44;400 freestyle relay:Canandaigua (Bates,Brunelli,Turek,Ware) 3:56.76. NON-LEAGUE BRIGHTON 104, MERCY 81 200 medley relay:Mercy (Webb,O’Hern,Obuhanych,Swartz) 2:06.28; 200 freestyle:Janessa Chichelli (M) 2:09.61;200 IM:Jessica Gordon (B) 2 :23.40;50 freestyle:Heidi Klein (M) 27.07;Diving:Hannah Butler (B) 2 59.20;100 butterfly:Genevieve Arany-Lao-Kan (B) 1:05.69;100 freestyle:Klein (M) 57.88;500 freestyle:Mackenzi Doescher (B) 5:28.17; 2 00 freestyle relay:Brighton (Gordon,Collinsworth,Arany-Lao-Kan, D oescher) 1:48.62;100 backstroke:Arany-Lao-Kan (B) 1:07.05;100 breaststroke:Natalie O’Hern (M) 1:16.50;400 freestyle relay:Mercy ( Swartz,Chichelli,Webb,Klein) 4:04.61. BATAVIA 54, WILSON 30 Norah Janes won the 200 freestyle (2.23.12) and the 500 freestyle (6:19.83) to lead Batavia. GIRLS Geneseo defeats C-G in ‘C1’ Alexander shuts out Red Creek; Cal-Mum beats Letchworth STAFF REPORT The galleries at Brook-Lea Country Club in July saw the Symetra Tour’s best player win the Danielle Downey Classic. Annie Park, who won the inaugural tournament on the LPGA’s minor circuit, has been crowned the Symetra Player and Rookie of the Year after finishing atop the money’s list at $68,673. The 20- year-old former USC standout and the o ther top nine players on the Symetra money listautomatically receive LPGA p laying privilegesfor 2016. Vicky Hurst, the Downey Classic runner-up and former LPGA rising star, finished eighth on t he money list. “ It means a lot to earn my card. It has been a lifelong dream to play on Tour and t o finally get status is unbelievable. I still c an’t believe that I got my card, but I’m going to have to believe it next year,” she said Sunday. Park won three tournaments this season. The Downey Classic was only her fourth event after turning pro following her junior year at USC. She finished 14th on Sunday in the Symetra’s season-ending event in Daytona Beach to overtake Giulia Molinaro by just $41 for No. 1spot on the Volvik Race for the Card money list. T he Downey Classic is expected to return next summer. It signed on for a t hree-year deal with the Symetra/LPGA. It was started to honor the Spencerport High School graduate a nd former LPGA player, Danielle D owney, who died in a car crash in January of 2013. J DIVERON@Gannett.com GOLF SCOTT A. MILLER/ SYMETRA-LPGA TOUR Annie Park, 20, who won the Danielle Downey Classic, was named the Symetra Tour’s Player a nd Rookie of the Year. Downey Classic champion P ark wins Symetra honors JEFF DIVERONICA @ROCDEVO SPORTS

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