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Page4D Wednesday,October21,2015 DemocratandChronicle. com Senior Ian Hagadorn was assisted by Jared Grasso for the game-winning goal in double overtime to lead Wheatland- Chili to a 2-1victory over Mount Morris in a Class D1first round boys soccer match on Tuesday. Kyle Soto scored in the 72ndminute to tie the game for Mount Morris (10-7). Dom Ferro sent the game to overtime with a goal in the 77th minute for the Wildcats (11-4-1). NO. 5 HARLEY-ALLENDALE COLUMBIA 3, NO. 12 HAMMONDSPORT 0 Ben Frenett scored twice and had an assist to Jaden Sowell for HAC (13-4). CLASS AA FIRST ROUND NO. 5 WEBSTER THOMAS 5, NO. 12 GATES CHILI 0 Coltan Goodwine scored twice and Nate Riek added a goal and an assist for Thomas (8-4-4). NO. 6 FAIRPORT 13, NO. 11 EAST 0 Ben Christidis had two goals and two assists and Matt Breslin added two goals and an assist for Fairport (7-8-2). NO. 8 HILTON 7, NO. 9 EDISON 0 Tyler Nettnin, Jack Gombatto and Tom Callery each scored for Hilton (7-9-1). NO. 10 RUSH-HENRIETTA 1, NO. 7 PENFIELD 0 Justen Polk scored in the 62nd minute to lead R-H (6-9-2). Tyler Beach made sev- en saves for the Cadets. CLASS A1FIRST ROUND NO. 8 IRONDEQUOIT 5, NO. 9 SCHOOL OF THE ARTS 0 Jason Stack, Trevor Kearney, Nate Charles, Jared Infarinato and Seth Redder each scored goals for Irondequoit (5-11-1). NO. 7 BRIGHTON 6, NO. 10 FRANKLIN 0 Alex Kurtz had a goal and two assists to lead Brighton (5-10-2). Franklin ended the season 2-11. CLASS A2 FIRST ROUND NO. 7 UNIVERSITY PREP 1, NO. 10 BATAVIA/ALEXANDER 0 (F/SO) Krasny Gonzalez had 12 saves in goal and two penalty kick saves for University Prep (9-5-1). CLASS D1FIRST ROUND C LASS D2 FIRST ROUND NO. 6 JASPER-TROUPSBURG 3 , NO. 11HONEOYE 2 (OT) Deven Brutsman scored the game-winning goal 28 seconds into the first overtime for J-P (123-1). NO. 5 FRIENDSHIP 4, NO. 12 HOUGHTON 1 Aleric Stewart had two goals and an assist and Jarrod Wigeng added a g oal and an assist to lead Friendship (11-6). David Odusarga was assisted by Ore Banwo on the lone goal for Houghton (2-15). NO. 7 WEBSTER CHRISTIAN 2, NO. 10 HINSDALE 1 Matt Bell scored both goals for W-C (6-7-2). Jesse Lefler had 24 assists, including his 2,000 career assist, for Irondequoit (7-6). Alex Wansha finished with three kills and three blocks for the Eagles. Josh Mathews had 12 kills and four aces for C-C. RCAC WORLD OF INQUIRY 25-25-25, SCHOOL OF THE ARTS 13-21-14 Ja’Colby Chapman had 11service points for World of Inquiry (8-8). NON-LEAGUE PAVILION 25-25-25, EDISON TECH 5-21-11 Alex Hackett had 13 kills and Nick Jensen added 6 kills and two blocks for Pavilion (11-7). Luis Cortagena tallied eight digs for Edison (7-8). BOYS VOLLEYBALL MONROE COUNTY BRIGHTON 22-25-25-25, SPENCERPORT 25-23-20-13 Ben De La Cruz had 26 kills and four blocks and Ken Francis added seven kills and five blocks for Brighton (14-2). Tristan Judd chipped in with six kills and five blocks for the Barons. BROCKPORT 25-25-25, HILTON 20-15-21 Cory Albrecht had five kills and seven digs and Jake Vergari added seven kills to lead Brockport (7-8). Sean Mickey tallied 15 digs for the Blue Devils. Aaron Gibbs totaled 20 digs for Hilton. IRONDEQUOIT 25-25-25, CHURCHVILLE-CHILI 14-23-21 BOYS STAFF REPORTS Wheatland-Chili defeats Mt. Morris Dawson Bathgate, Ethan Dorow, and Zach Demay went 1-2-3 for East Rochester at Midlakes in aFinger Lakes/Wayne cross country meet. Boys Team: East Rochester 29,Midlakes 30;Geneva 18,Midlakes 37;Red Creek 24,Midlakes 33;Penn Yan 27,Midlakes 28;East Rochester 29,Geneva 30;East Rochester 25,Penn Yan 30;East Rochester 23,Red Creek 32;Geneva 27,Red Creek 30;Geneva 18,Penn Yan 38; Red Creek 22,Penn Yan 33. Top-5: 1.Dawson Bathgate (ER) 17:06;2. Ethan Dorow (ER) 18:11;3.Zach Demay (ER) 18:19;4.Breandon Mantz (RC) 18:30;5.Aar- on Vivlamore (RC) 18:32. Girls Team: Midlakes 21,East Rochester 38;Geneva 19,Midlakes 40;Midlakes 25,Red Creek 34;Midlakes 20,Penn Yan 43;Geneva 15, East Rochester 44;Penn Yan 25,East Rochester 34;Red Creek 21,East Rochester 38;Geneva 25,Red Creek 36;Geneva 18,Penn Yan 4 5;Red Creek 20,Penn Yan 41. Top-5: 1.Chloe Weaver (RC) 20:28;2.Syd- ney Beach (RC) 20:44;3.Audra Burrall (G) 2 0:59;4.Mallorey Fitzgerald (G) 21:28;5.Ma- ci Nicholson (PY) 21:57. AT MARCUS WHITMAN Boys Team: Newark 21,Marcus Whitman 34; Newark 15,Wayne 46;Marcus Whitman 19, Wayne 36;Newark 15,Mynderse 48;Marcus W hitman 21,Clyde-Savannah 38;Clyde-Savannah 27,Wayne 28;Marcus Whitman 15, M ynderse 44;Wayne 26,Mynderse 29;Newark 15,Clyde-Savannah 46;Clyde-Savannah 27,Mynderse 29. Top-5: 1.Dillon Vandermortel (N) 17:59;2. Gabe Stash (MW) 18:06;3.Jarrod Roelands (N) 18:27;4.Brandon Custer (N) 18:37;5. N ate Mayton (MW) 18:39. Girls Team: Newark 27,Marcus Whitman 28; W ayne 16,Newark 47;Wayne 15,Marcus Whitman 50;Mynderse 15,Newark 47;Clyde- Savannah 22,Marcus Whitman 33;Wayne 2 2,Clyde-Savannah 37;Mynderse 15,Marcus Whitman 47;Wayne 26,Mynderse 29;Clyde- Savannah 22,Newark 33. Top-5: 1.Alivia Arliss (C-S) 21:55;2.Tara Steensma (W) 22:55;3.Joan Mattle (W) 23:16;4.Olivia Baxter (M) 23:24;5.Audry Mattle (W) 23:48. AT RED JACKET Boys Team: Red Jacket 22,Harley-Allendale Col umbia 35;Waterloo 18,Harley-Allendale Columbia 43;Waterloo 20,Red Jacket 35. Top-5: 1.Bin Parrow (W) 17:59;2.Mike S trawberg (W) 18:02;3.Dan Frisbee (W) 18:28;4.Rowan Melcher (HAC) 18:38;5.Nate Sawyer (RJ) 18:41. Girls Team: Harley-Allendale Columbia 15,Red J acket 50,Harley-Allendale Columbia 27,Waterloo 28;Waterloo 15,Red Jacket 46. Top-5: 1.Eileen Rienhardt (HAC) 20:37;2. R iley Corey (W) 21:23;3.Sennett Turner (W) 21:27;4.Emma Fiorini (HAC) 21:31;5.Liza C otter (HAC) 21:48. MONROE COUNTY AT WEBSTER PARK Boys T eam:Rush-Henrietta 21,Webster Schroeder 25;Fairport 15,Schroeder 49;Spencerport 33, Schroeder 24;Fairport 15,Rush-Henrietta 45; R ush-Henrietta 23,Spencerport 38;Fairport 18,Spencerport 44. Top-5:1.Majd Rohann (Fairport) 15:57;2. R obert Brooks (Fairport) 15:59;3.Nick Spinosa (Spencerport) 16:04;4.Matthew Orcutt ( Fairport) 16:05;5.Macrae Kozody (Fairport) 1 7:08. Girls T eam:Rush-Henrietta 17,Schroeder 42;Rush- Henrietta 21,Spencerport 38;Rush-Henrietta 29,Fairport 30;Fairport 17,Schroeder 46;Fair- p ort 19,Spencerport 41;Spencerport 27, Schroeder 29. Top-5:1.Sammy Watkins (R-H) 18:53;2.Bai- l ey Pierce (R-H) 19:35;3.Hailey Riorden (R-H) 19:42;4.Racheal Jones (Fairport) 19:58;5.Oli- via Anderson (Fairport) 20:01. AT BASIL MARELLA Boys Team:Brockport 19,Greece Athena 43;Athen a 18,Greece Olympia 41;Pittsford Mendon 17,Athena 46;Victor 20,Athena 42;Brockport 15,Olympia 50;Mendon 24,Brockport 35;Brockport 19,Victor 37;Mendon 15,Olympia 50;Victor 15,Olympia 50;Mendon 16,Vict or 44. Top-5:1.Nathan Lawler (Mendon) 16:42;2. Alec Andrews (Brockport) 16:46;3.Isaac G oodman (Mendon) 17:00.4.Griffin Hess (Mendon) 17:03;5.Shane Pease (Athena) 17:04. G irls Team:Brockport 28,Athena 29;Athena 15, Olympia 50;Mendon 15,Athena 50;Victor 15, A thena 50;Brockport 15,Olympia 50;Mendon 15,Brockport 50;Victor 15,Brockport 49; Mendon 15,Olympia 50;Victor 15,Olympia 5 0;Victor 23,Mendon 32. Top-5:1.Meghan Singh (Mendon) 19:39;2. Boushra Beckner (Victor) 19:39;3.Vanessa M organ (Victor) 19:43;4.Erin Foley (Victor) AT BLACK CREEK PARK Boys T eam: Churchville-Chili 25,Greece Arcadia 36;Greece Arcadia 18,Gates Chili 43;Irondequoit 25,Greece Arcadia 30,Pittsford Suther- l and 23,Greece Arcadia 36;Churchville-Chili 18,Gates Chili 45;Irondequoit 27,Churchville-Chili 28;Churchville-Chili 20,Pittsford S utherland 42;Irondequoit 18,Gates Chili 43; Pittsford Sutherland 19,Gates Chili 44;Irondequoit 20,Sutherland 35. Top-5: Luke Robbins (PS) 16:47;Justin Schramm (GA) 16:55;Paul Fuflita (GA) 17:18; Robert Thompson (I) 17:21;Ryan Thompson (I) 17:22. Girls Team: Churchville-Chili 18,Greece Arcadia 44;Greece Arcadia 17,Gates Chili 40;Irondequoit 27,Greece Arcadia 28;Pittsford Sutherland 20,Greece Arcadia 48;Churchville-Chili 15,Gates Chili 50;Churchville-Chili 18,Irondequoit 43,Churchville-Chili 26;Pittsford Sutherland 30;Irondequoit 18,Gates Chili 40; Pittsford Sutherland 15,Gates Chili 50;Pittsford Sutherland 21,Irondequoit 38. Top-5: Anna Kostarellis (C-C) 19:41;Haley Arguien (C-C) 19:45;Meredith Morse (PS) 19:50;Madeleine Shellard (I) 19:56;Rebekah Preisser (PS) 20:29. AT WILLIAMSON Boys T eam:Honeoye 25,Williamson 31;Williamson 25,Lyons 30;Honeoye 16,Lyons 23. Top-5:1.Tyler Jones (W) 18:17;2.Ethan Diest- c hler (L) 18:21;3.Jesse Hallett (H) 18:57;4. Zach Erickson (H) 18:59;5.Odin Patanzo (L) 19:04. G irls:Team:Honeoye 21,Williamson 38. Top-5:1.Mikayla Gullace (H) 22:14;2.Tracy Stutzman (H) 23:06;3.Mikala Steinmann (W) 2 3:28;4.Mikayla Bock (H) 23:58;5.Eryn Grell (W) 24:04. 2 0:29;5.Morgan Molesworth (Victor) 20:30. AT MENDON PONDS WEST Boys Team :Brighton 19,Eastridge 37;Brighton 1 5,Greece Odyssey 50;Brighton 23,Hilton 33;Honeoye Falls-Lima 28,Brighton 29;Honeoye Falls-Lima 15,Greece Odyssey 50;Hon eoye Falls-Lima 21,Hilton 36;Honeoye Falls- Lima 19,Eastridge 44;Hilton 15,Greece Odyssey 50;Hilton 20,Eastridge 42;Eastridge 16, G reece Odyssey 47. Top-5: 1.Paul Dellinger (B) 16:30;2.Jackson Tate (H-FL) 16:41;3.Caleb Covell (E) 17:01;4. D rew Schmitt (B) 17:27;5.Liam Lyle (H-FL) 17:27. Girls T eam: Brighton 21,Eastridge 38;Brighton 15,Greece Odyssey 48;Hilton 19,Brighton 40; Honeoye Falls-Lima 18,Brighton 44;Honeoye F alls-Lima 15,Greece Odyssey 50;Honeoye Falls-Lima 18,Hilton 45;Honeoye Falls-Lima 17,Eastridge 46;Hilton 15,Greece Odyssey 5 0;Hilton 19,Eastridge 45;Eastridge 17, Greece Odyssey 43. Top-5: 1.Sydney McDaniel (H-FL) 20:26;2. P ayton Reed (H-FL) 20:32;3.Makenna Bleir (H) 20:50;4.Shannon Oberst (B) 20:53;5. Chloe Carlson (H-FL) 20:57. AT HARRIS WHALEN PARK Boys T eam: Penfield 18,Batavia 44,Penfield 27, Canandaigua 30;Penfield 26,Webster Thomas 30;Canandaigua 18,Batavia 43;Webster T homas 17,Batavia 44;Webster Thomas 25, Canandaigua 30; Top-5: Nick Neamtu (W) 16:46;Scott Loforte ( C) 16:50;Tyler Senall (P) 16:55;Brad Farnham (P) 16:59;Stephen Loce (W) 17:06. Girls T eam: Webster Thomas 24,Penfield 31;Penfield 19,Canandaigua 34;Penfield 15,Batavia 50;Canandaigua 23,Batavia 37;Webster Thomas 15,Batavia 50;Webster Thomas 18, Canandaigua 45. Top-5: Ellie Songer (W) 19:21;Claire Miller (P) 19:26;Amanda Vestri (W) 19:38;Katie Cobos (C) 19:45;Claire Ashton (W) 19:51. CROSS COUNTRY East Rochester dominates Takes top 3 spots at meet at Midlakes STAFF REPOR TS JAMIE GERMANO/@JGERMANO1/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Penfield’s Claire Miller, center, keeps pace with Webster Thomas runners Amanda Vestri, left, and Ellie Songer. Songer w as the eventual winner in the meet at Harris-Whalen Park in Penfield. COLUMBUS, Ohio - Jaroslav Halak stopped 37 shots for his 37th career shutout to lead the surg- i ng New York Islanders to their fourth straight win, 4-0 over the winless Col umbus Blue Jackets on Tuesday night. Nikolay Kulemin gave t he Islanders the lead late in the first period, and Thomas Hickey, Cal Clutt erbuck and John Tavares all scored in the third period. Halak made a second s traight start after returning from an upper- body injury sustained during the preseason. The Blue Jackets extended their franchise- w orst start and became the third team in the N HL’s modern history to open a season 0-7. Curtis McElhinney finished with 25 saves and was steady throughout, making several key saves to keep Columbus within striking distance for most of the game. Devils 3, Stars 2: Trav is Zajac had a goal, two a ssists and set up Adam L arrson’s game-winner 43 s econds into overtime as host New Jersey defeated Arizona on Tuesday night. Larsson slam dunked t he game winner to cap a 3 -on-1break that started after he knocked Martin H anzal off the puck in the D evils’ zone. M ike Cammalleri also scored for New Jersey a nd Cory Schneider made 1 8 saves as the Devils won their second overtime g ame under new coach John Hynes after opening the season 0-3-1. Anthony Duclair and Mikkel Boedker scored for Arizona, which has lost three in a row. Mike Smith made 22 saves in the opener of a five-game East Coast road trip for A rizona. P enguins 3, Panthers 2 : Evgeni Malkin scored o n the power play in overtime and Sidney Crosby picked up his first goal of the season to lead host P ittsburgh over Florida. M alkin’s third goal in as many games withstood a video review. He took a p ass from Kris Letang at t he top of the right circle and fired a slap shot past R oberto Luongo. C rosby netted his first three points of the season o n the first-period goal and two assists. Phil Kessel scored his second goal and Malkin has five points during a four-game point streak for the Penguins, who won their third straight. Marc- Andre Fleury stopped 31 shots. Q uinton Howden and D erek MacKenzie scored g oals for the Panthers and L uongo made 32 saves. Stars 2, Flyers 1: Tyler Seguin and Jamie Benn each had a goal and an ass ist to lead visiting Dallas t o its fourth straight victory, 2-1, over Philadel- p hia. S ean Couturier scored f or the Flyers, who were playing for the first time s ince beating Chicago last W ednesday. Antti Niemi made 34 saves to improve to 3-1in four career starts against Philadelphia. Niemi was in because starting goalie Kari Leht onen is 1-10-2 in 13 games against Philadelphia. S teve Mason made 30 saves for the Flyers in his return for the Flyers a fter sitting out the last two games due to personal reasons. C hicago: Black- hawks defenseman Duncan Keith will be side- l ined for four to six weeks after he had right knee surgery on Tuesday. Keith, a two-time Norris Trophy winner, h as two assists in six games this season. The t eam says he had a me- niscal tear repaired. The loss of Keith, who won the Conn Smythe Trophy last season for playoff MVP, is a huge blow for the Stanley Cup champions. They play in one of the NHL’s toughest divisions, and every p oint could make a diff erence at the end of the y ear. K eith is likely headed for long-term injured reserve, giving the Black- hawks some cap relief. L ubomir Visnovsky, a v eteran defenseman who was with the team d uring training camp, c ould be brought back, o r they could promote someone from the min ors. NHL Islanders shut out Blue Jackets ROBERT DENHARD ASSOCIATED PRESS AP New York Islanders’ goalie Jaroslav Halak, left, makes a save as teammate Travis Hamonic, center, and the Columbus Blue J ackets’ David Clarkson fight for position Tuesday in Columbus, Ohio. STANDINGS EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division GPWLOTPtsGFGA Montreal770014237 Tampa Bay 742192 3 2 0 F lorida632171812 Ottawa632171917 Detroit532061513 Boston523041821 Toronto 513131 2 1 7 B uffalo51402914 Metropolitan Division G P WLO T P ts G F G A N.Y. Islanders 641192 115 N.Y.Rangers 742191 8 1 5 W ashington 431061 3 1 0 P ittsburgh 633061 0 1 1 P hiladelphia52215812 New Jersey623151116 Carolina 514021 1 1 7 C olumbus 707001 3 3 4 WESTERN CONFERENCE C entral Division GPWLOTPtsGFGA Dallas6510102114 Nashville 65101 0 1 9 1 3 S t.Louis 75201 0 2 1 1 7 W innipeg642082013 Minnesota531171415 Chicago633061414 Colorado523041616 Pacific Division G PWLOTPtsGFGA San Jose642081712 Vancouver631281611 Arizona 632171 8 1 4 L os Angeles52304614 Edmonton624041216 Anaheim51313512 Calgary 514021 0 1 9 N OTE:Two points for a win,one point for overtime loss. Tuesday’s Games Nashville 5,Tampa Bay 4,SO N ew Jersey 3,Arizona 2,OT Pittsburgh 3,Florida 2,OT N.Y.Islanders 4,Columbus 0 D allas 2,Philadelphia 1 Montreal 3,St.Louis 0 Washington at Calgary Wednesday’s Games Toronto at Buffalo,7 p.m. Philadelphia at Boston,8 p.m. Detroit at Edmonton,9:30 p.m. Carolina at Colorado,10 p.m. Summaries Islanders 4,Blue Jackets 0 N.Y.Islanders 103—4 Columbus 000—0 First Period— 1,N.Y.Islanders,Kulemin 2 (Zidlicky,Hamonic),18:58. Second Period— None. Third Period— 2,N.Y.Islanders,Hickey 1, 1 1:20.3,N.Y.Islanders,Clutterbuck 2 (Nels on),13:36.4,N.Y.Islanders,Tavares 4 (Martin,Lee),16:46 (en). Shots on Goal— N.Y.Islanders 14-10-5— 29.Columbus 12-13-12—37. Power-play opportunities —N.Y.Island- ers 0 of 1;Columbus 0 of 6. Goalies— N.Y.Islanders,Halak 2-0-0 (37 s hots-37 saves).Columbus,McElhinney 02 -0 (28-25). A— 14,295 (18,144). T— 2:28. Penguins 3,Panthers 2 (OT) Florida 0020—2 Pittsburgh 1011—3 First Period— 1,Pittsburgh,Crosby 1(Malk in,Letang),11:00 (pp). Second Period— None. Third Period— 2,Pittsburgh,Kessel 2 (Scuderi,Crosby),3:17.3,Florida,Howden 1(Brickley,Gudbranson),11:04.4,Florida,MacKen- zie 1(Brickley,Howden),13:57. Overtime —5,Pittsburgh,Malkin 3 (Letang, Crosby),1:21(pp). Shots on Goal— Florida 5-16-11-1—33. P ittsburgh 16-12-5-2—35. Power-play opportunities —Florida 0 of 2; P ittsburgh 2 of 3. Goalies— Florida,Luongo 2-2-1(35 shots-32 saves).Pittsburgh,Fleury 3-3-0 (33-31). A— 18,471(18,387). T— 2:45. Stars 2,Flyers 1 D allas 110—2 Philadelphia 001—1 First Period— 1,Dallas,Seguin 4 (Ja.Benn, K lingberg),19:08. Second Period— 2,Dallas,Ja.Benn 6 (Seguin,Goligoski),:11. Third Period— 3,Philadelphia,Couturier 1 (Simmonds,Read),8:57. Shots on Goal— Dallas 14-12-6—32.Phila- delphia 7-13-15—35. Power-play opportunities —Dallas 0 of 2; Philadelphia 0 of 4. Goalies— Dallas,Niemi 2-1-0 (35 shots-34 saves).Philadelphia,Mason 0-2-1(32-30). A— 19,077 (19,537). T— 2:35. Devils 3,Coyotes 2 (OT) Arizona 0020—2 New Jersey 0111—3 First Period— None. Second Period— 1,New Jersey,Zajac 1(Josefson,Larsson),19:33 (sh). Third Period— 2,Arizona,Duclair 5 (Domi, Hanzal),:47 (pp).3,New Jersey,Cammalleri 2 (Zajac),7:09.4,Arizona,Boedker 1(Ekman- Larsson,Stone),19:09. Overtime —5,New Jersey,Larsson 1(Zajac, S tempniak),:43. Shots on Goal— Arizona 2-10-7-1—20. New Jersey 5-12-7-1—25. Power-play opportunities —Arizona 1of 5 ;New Jersey 0 of 3. Goalies— Arizona,M.Smith 3-1-1(25 s hots-22 saves).New Jersey,Schneider 2-1-1 (20-18). A— 12,171(17,625). T— 2:32. Canadiens 3,Blues 0 St.Louis 000—0 Montreal 111—3 First Period— 1,Montreal,Pacioretty 5 (Ple- k anec,Gallagher),18:27. Second Period— 2,Montreal,Semin 1(Gal- chenyuk,Eller),4:52. Third Period— 3,Montreal,Mitchell 2 (Sub- b an,Smith-Pelly),11:53. Shots on Goal— St.Louis 17-11-10—38. Montreal 11-13-12—36. Power-play opportunities —St.Louis 0 of 3;Montreal 0 of 2. Goalies— St.Louis,Allen 1-2-0 (36 shots-33 saves).Montreal,Price 6-0-0 (38-38). A— 21,288 (21,287). T— 2:40. Calendar Nov.6 — Hockey Hall of Fame game:Detroit a t Toronto. Nov.9 — Hockey Hall of Fame induction at T oronto. NHL SPORTS

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