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Rochester, New York
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Friday, October 23, 2015
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DemocratandChronicle .com E2 Friday,October23,2015 Page3D Chad Riorden School : Fairport. C lass : Senior. S port/position : Volleyball/ setter. Family : Parents, Michele and Edward; brother, Troy, 19; twin sister, Shaughnessy, 17; sister, Brynn, 14. Academics : 92 average. L ast week : Team captain finished with 25 assists and four aces Wednesday during athree-set win over Victor. A lso had 31assists last Thursday during a win over Rush- Henrietta. Fairport (12-2) p lays at Penfield on Monday for a share of a Monroe County division title. “ This team is really senior- oriented and we’ve been playing together for a long time,” Riorden said. A bout me : Third-year varsity member. ... 5-foot-10 inches, 155 pounds. ... Also p lays with Victor Volleyball Club. ... “It’s funny, I’m a big baseball player. (Volleyball) k ind of hit me by surprise. In seventh-grade, my brother was like ‘Dude, you have to try out this sport volleyball.’ I t’s a great sport. I started playing it and instantly fell in love with it.” ... Undecid- e d on college, but plans to play volleyball at Endicott College in Massachusetts or E lmira College or Johnson & Wales (Rhode Island). ... He plans to major in business finance. ... Shortstop on F airport’s baseball team. ... “I’m a lifeguard.” He learned how to swim at the a ge of 5. Erin Norton School : Victor. Class : Junior. Sport : Diving. Family : Parents, Elizabeth and John; sister, Megan, 18. Academics : 90 average. Last week : Won the Monroe County Invitational for the second consecutive year, with a score of 493.15 in 11 dives. The score met the standard for the state championships. About me : Set school record for six-dive score at 338.4 during a dual meet at Victor. ... This is her fifth v arsity season after joining the team as a seventh-grader. ... Finished eighth at the s tate meet as an eighth- grader. ... “I definitely want to dive (in college). I can’t i magine my life without it.” ... Coached at Victor by Kyle Shares. ... Club team is Ups tate NY Diving. “I travel with that team to USA Diving and AAU diving meets. That takes me all around the country.” ... “It’s usually my dad and I. This year, my mom was able to come to the USA Diving nationals in Florida, which was awesome. She never experienced that before.” ... “Diving and schoolwork keep me pretty busy.” ... Section V Class A Diving Championships are Oct. 30 at Gates Chili, 5 p.m. ATHLETES OF THE WEEK Chad Riorden Erin Norton Alex Ricci scored both goals to lift No. 1Brock- port over No. 8 Irondequoit 2-0 in a Section V Class A1soccer game Thursday. Johnny Autenrieth and Matt VanDuzee each tallied an assist for the Blue Devils (12-4-1). Joe McNulty made six s aves in the the shutout f or Brockport I rondequoit finished t he season 5-12-1. FOOTBALL CONNORS AND FERRIS BOWL McQuaid 44, Penfield 0 Penfield 0000—0 M cQuaid1013714—44 Mike Howland was 13- for-16 for 190 yards and two touchdown passes and rushed for 43 yards on eight attempts for McQuaid (4-4). Brighton 42, Greece O lympia 34 Greece Olympia77614—34 Brighton142170—42 Kevin Ladd ran for 121 yards and a touchdown a nd Austin Carr had 187 r ushing yards on 23 car- r ies with three touchdowns for Brighton. Reggie Russell had 121 yards on 21carries and two touchdowns and a 31- yard reception and a touchdown for Greece Olympia. UNIVERSITY PREP 44, HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA 16 Kory Wyatt ran for 142 y ards and three rushing t ouchdowns and had 49 receiving yards and one touchdown receptions for University Prep (3-5). VOLLEYBALL MONROE COUNTY HILTON 25-25-21-23-25, EASTRIDGE 22-15-25-25-23 Bryce Thompson had 45 assists and C.J. Pilon had 25 kills for Hilton (311). Cross Bauer tallied 12 kills for Eastridge (1-12). BROCKPORT 25-22-25-25, C HURCHVILLE-CHILI 20-25-14-22 Shay Bartnick had 22 digs and Spencer Anderson added 32 assists for Brockport (8-9). Josh Matthews tallied 1 8 kills and Nick Rugelis chipped four kills and three blocks for Churchville. SPENCERPORT 25-25-25, I RONDEQUOIT 16-15-15 Senior Nick MacLeod had 11kills and classmate Michael Dinh added 15 digs for Spencerport (13-3). Nick MacLeod recorded five assists for the Rangers, who clinched the Monroe County Divis ion II title. J ordan Putnam had 15 k ills and Mcguire Craig h ad seven kills for Irondequoit. RCAC TOURNAMENT F INAL NO. 1EAST 21-25-15-25-25, NO. 2 MONROE 25-22-25-16-20 SEMIFINAL NO. 2 MONROE 23-25-25-25, NO. 3 EDISON 25-11-23-12 CONSOLATION NO. 4 WORLD OF INQUIRY 1 6-25-25-25-29, NO. 3 EDISON 2 5-27-21-15-27 Isaiah Shepard had nine kills for the Griffins ( 9-9). All-tournament team: JaColby Chapman (WOI);Eddie Casado (East);Tay Seay ( Edison);Taream Sak (Monroe);Theo Chapman (Monroe). MVP: Anthony Garcia (East) BOYS Ricci provides scoring for Brockport McQuaid beats Penfield STAFF REPOR TS Maddy Walsh scored the game-winner seven minutes into overtime as E ast Rochester defeated Penfield 2-1in a Section V field hockey game on Thursday. Sabrina Anderson scored four minutes into the first half to give the Bombers (12-1-3) a 1-0 lead. H aley Caito tied the game for Penfield19 minutes into the second half. WEBSTER SCHROEDER 5, IRONDEQUOIT 1 Katherine Porzi scored two goals and Alysa Maddaleno tallied one goal and t wo assists for Schroeder (11-4-1). Carolyn Hackett recorded a goal and an assist for the Warriors. WEBSTER THOMAS 5, EASTRIDGE 0 Kathryn Grieb, Katie Peake, Mary Soures, Gracee Bilow, and Jordan Phelps scored for Thomas ( 8-7-1). PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND 9, GATES CHILI 0 Reghan Amoroso had three goals and two assists for Sutherland (105-1). Lauren Daniele and Adele Fairbrother each had a goal and an assist for the Knights. VOLLEYBALL MONROE COUNTY VICTOR 25-25-25, BRIGHTON 17-15-21 Hannah Stewart had 11 k ills, 15 digs, and five aces for Victor (13-2). Katherine Vernon recorded eight kills for Brighton. GREECE OLYMPIA 25-25-25, GREECE ARCADIA 19-23-16 Gabriella Alvarez tallied two aces and 15 digs and Erika Marcello added f ive kills and two aces for Olympia. BROCKPORT 25-25-25, GREECE ARCADIA 12-19-15 Madison Byrne had 25 assists and five kills and Brianna Young added 20 d igs and 10 kills for Brockport (6-11). Corie Holding chipped i n four aces, 15 digs and two kills for the Blue Devils. Alex Rocco had five k ills for Arcadia (0-11). EASTRIDGE 25-25-19-22-25, CANANDAIGUA 1 4-18-25-25-23 Harmony Brookins tall ied 17 kills and Alexa M cQueen had 12 kills for Eastridge (9-9). R achel Simmons had 1 5 kills for Canandaigua (6-9). BATAVIA 25-25-16-25, GATES CHILI 20-22-25-15 Tessa Engel had 15 digs a nd 12 kills and Maddie McCulley chipped in six digs, two kills and 27 assists for Batavia (10-7). Rachel Schuyler tallied nine kills for Gates C hili. RUSH-HENRIETTA 25-25-12-25, PITTSFORD MENDON 17-21-25-17 Jala McFadden had six k ills and Destinee Johnson four aces for R-H (41 2). WAYNE COUNTY EAST ROCHESTER 25-27-17-25, MARION 23-25-25-23 Lindsay Nudds record- e d six kills and two aces to lead East Rochester (312). S ophie Foster added five blocks and two aces a nd Jojo Case chipped in f ive assists for the Bombers (3-12). E lly Hepburn tallied n ine kills and Mikayla Bade chipped in five kills for Marion (3-11). Allison Spanganberg had five kills and four b locks and Autumn Hallock 21digs for the Marauders. NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT 27-25-25, WILLIAMSON 2 5-18-14 Abby Miraglia had 18 assists and five aces and Emma McKown had five kills for NR-W (13-5). Leaha Ideman tallied f our kills and nine digs for Williamson. LYONS 25-9-26-25, GANANDA 23-25-24-15 Ayanna McDonald had eight blocks and three aces and Teonna Jenkins added six kills and five digs for Lyons (13-7). Alli Stark tallied 25 assists and Kelsey Lofvenborg added 10 aces and 12 k ills for Gananda. FINGER LAKES WAYNE 25-25-25, MIDLAKES 17-14-13 Michele DiNicola tal- lied seven kills and Juliana Sherburne added five aces and 14 digs for Wayne. Sydney Jones had three kills and 10 assists f or Midlakes. LIVINGSTON COUNTY LE ROY 25-25-25, AVON 20-16-15 Naomi Hyde had six kills and five blocks and Riley Pasquale added four aces and five kills for Le Roy (15-0) Makaila Heath had 10 k ills and one block and Grace Levendusky added eight kills and six digs for Avon (7-9). NON-LEAGUE FINNEY 25-25-25, EDISON TECH 16-4-22 Lori Gorman had 10 aces and eight assists a nd Riley Anger added five kills for Finney (15-4). SWIMMING NON-LEAGUE PENFIELD 100, MERCY 80 200 medley relay: Penfield (Charlotte Jarvis,Nina Catalfo,Serafina Viola,Toni Naccarella) 1:57.66; 200 freestyle: Jarv is (P) 2:06.61; 200 IM: Naccarella (P); 50 freestyle: Lillian Caccavalle (P) 26.89; Diving: Katie Behlok (P) 204.00; 100 b utterfly: Bridgette Merriman (P) 1:07.70; 100 freestyle: Tany Nasra (P) 1:00.25; 500 freestyle: Catalfo (P) 5:50.71; 200 freestyle relay: Penfield (Caccavalle,Christina Sanchez,Anna Baumer,Merriman) 1:48.55; 100 backstroke: Beatrice Favalli (P) 1:04.49; 100 breaststroke: Mia Carlson (Mercy) 1 :24.12; 400 freestyle relay: Mercy (Maggie Swartz,Janessa Chichelli,Alexandra Webb,Heidi Klein) 4:01.13. EASTRIDGE 72, WILSON 64 200 medley relay: Eastridge (Ava Ciaccia,Samantha Pollard,Patricia Costa, Patricia Peters) 2:23.37; 200 freestyle: Pollard (E) 2:30.07; 200 IM: Miranda LaMora (W) 2:43.02; 50 freestyle: Cost a (E) 28.92; 100 butterfly: LaMora (W) 1 :14.53; 100 freestyle: Costa (E) 1:04.09; 500 freestyle: Emma Krenzer (E) 8:07.5; 200 freestyle relay: Wilson ( LaMora,Corinthian Spears,Ellie Anderson-Zych,Claire Janezic) 2:19.03; 100 backstroke: Devin Hull (W) 1:19.86; 100 breaststroke: Pollard (E) 1:32.85; 400 freestyle relay: Wilson (LaMora, Andersin-Zych,Sophia Adams,Hull) 5 :05.73. GIRLS Walsh tallies OT winner for ER Overtime goal lifts Bombers, 2-1 STAFF REPOR TS SHAWN DOWD/@SDOWDPHOTO/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Victor's Hannah Stewart sends a ball over the net past Brighton's Isabella Julian, left, and Olivia Garratt, on Thursday. 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