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DemocratandChronicle .com Friday,October23,2015 Page3D DC-0000362904 235Pittsford-PalmyraRoad Rt.31,NexttoLowe’s•Macedon 315.986.7415 HeritageFireplace &StoveShoppe OPEN: Mon,Wed,Fri10-5, Tues10-6,Thurs10–7,Sat10-4 ORCALLFORAPPOINTMENT. THECOLDWEATHERISCOMING... staywarm THISWINTER $ 100$ 500 OFF ONSELECTMODELS WOODSTOVES, WOODINSERTS, GASFIREPLACES& GASINSERTS Withthiscoupon. Notvalidwithotheror priorpurchases.Expires 11/26/15. )-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 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 Zach von Kramer scored the go-ahead touchdown for Pembroke with 56 seconds remaining in regulation in a 23-16 win over York in a Connors and Ferris Bowl game on Thursday. Defensively, von Kramer batted the ball out of t he end zone on the game’s f inal play to secure the w in for the Dragons (3-5). H e finished the game with 129 rushing yards and one touchdown on 19 carries and 10 tackles on defense. Jake Jasinski ran for 75 yards on 12 carries and C aleb Frey chipped in n ine tackles and a forced f umble for Pembroke. York8080—16 Pembroke08015—23 Y- Cody Dubiel 2 run (Dubiel run) P - Reid Miano 1run (Zach von Kramer from Miano) Y- Don Lubanski 4 run (Dubiel run) P - Miano 1run (von Kramer from Miano) P- von Kramer 4 run (Dakota Dieter kick) UNIVERSITY PREP 44, H ONEOYE FALLS-LIMA 16 Kory Wyatt ran for 142 y ards and three rushing touchdowns and had 49 receiving yards and one TD reception for University Prep (3-5). SOCCER CLASS A1FIRST ROUND NO. 1BROCKPORT 2, NO. 8 IRONDEQUOIT 0 Alex Ricci scored both goals for Brockport (124-1). Johnny Autenrieth and Matt VanDuzee each had a n assist for the Blue Devi ls. J oe McNulty had six saves to earn the shutout f or Brockport Irondequoit finished 512-1. 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 2 0-25-14-22 Shay Bartnick had 22 d igs and Spencer Anderson added 32 assists for Brockport (8-9). Josh Matthews tallied 18 kills and Nick Rugelis c hipped four kills and three blocks for Churchville. SPENCERPORT 25-25-25, IRONDEQUOIT 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 Division II title. J ordan Putnam had 15 k ills and Mcguire Craig h ad seven kills for Ironde- q uoit. RCAC TOURNAMENT FINAL NO. 1EAST 21-25-15-25-25, N O. 2 MONROE 2 5-22-25-16-20 SEMIFINAL NO. 2 MONROE 23-25-25-25, NO. 3 EDISON 25-11-23-12 CONSOLATION NO. 4 WORLD OF INQUIRY 16-25-25-25-29, NO. 3 EDISON 25-27-21-15-27 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 Chapm an (Monroe). MVP: Anthony Garcia (East) BOYS Late TD lifts Pembroke over York Von Kramer scores winner STAFF REPOR TS Lindsay Nudds recorded six kills and two aces to lead East Rochester 3-1 o ver Marion in a Wayne County girls volleyball match on Thursday. Sophie Foster added five blocks and two aces and Jojo Case chipped in five assists for the Bombers (3-12), who won 25-23, 27-25, 17-25, 25-23. E lly Hepburn tallied nine kills and Mikayla Bade chipped in five kills f or Marion (3-11). Alison Spanganberg h ad five kills and four blocks and Autumn Hallock 21digs. NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT 27-25-25, WILLIAMSON 25-18-14 Abby Miraglia had 18 assists and five aces and Emma McKown had five k ills for NR-W (13-5). Leaha Ideman tallied four kills and nine digs for Williamson. LYONS 25-9-26-25, GANANDA 2 3-25-24-15 Ayanna McDonald had e ight blocks and three aces and Teonna Jenkins added six kills and five digs for Lyons (13-7). Alli Stark tallied 25 assists and Kelsey Lofven- bord added 10 aces and 12 kills for Gananda. MONROE COUNTY VICTOR 25-25-25, BRIGHTON 17-15-21 Hannah Stewart had 11 kills, 15 digs, and five aces f or Victor (13-2). K atherine Vernon had 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 two aces and five kills for Olympia. BROCKPORT 25-25-25, GREECE ARCADIA 12-19-15 Madison Byrne had 25 assists and five kills and Brianna Young added 20 digs and 10 kills for Brockport (6-11). Corie Holding chipped in four aces, 15 digs and two kills for the Blue Devi ls. Alex Rocco had five kills for Arcadia (0-11). EASTRIDGE 25-25-19-22-25, CANANDAIGUA 14-18-25-25-23 Harmony Brookins tallied 17 kills and Alexa McQueen had 12 kills for E astridge (9-9). Rachel Simmons had 15 kills for Canandaigua ( 6-9). BATAVIA 25-25-16-25, GATES C HILI 20-22-25-15 Tessa Engel had 15 digs and 12 kills and Maddie M cCulley chipped in six digs, two kills and 27 assists for Batavia (10-7). R achel Schuyler tallied nine kills for GC. RUSH HENRIETTA 25-25-12-25, PITTSFORD MENDON 17-21-25-17 Jala McFadden had six kills and Destinee Johnson four aces for R-H (412). FINGER LAKES WAYNE 25-25-25, MIDLAKES 17-14-13 Michele DiNacola tallied seven kills and Juliana Sherburne added five aces and 14 digs for Wayne. Sydney Jones had t hree kills and 10 assists for Midlakes. GENEVA 25-20-25-25, N EWARK 20-25-19-13 Maggie Cunningham h ad eight kills and 10 assists and Anna Guinan a dded four blocks and t hree kills for Geneva (9-5). Eliza Maher tallied nine kills and three blocks for the Panthers. S hania Jones had four kills and five aces and May VanDuyne added five kills for Newark (4-8). LIVINGSTON COUNTY WARSAW 25-25-25, DANSVILLE 15-19-22 Ashton Babbitt tallied eight kills and one block and Marrissa Harper had eight kills and five aces Warsaw (14-3). Abbie Royce chipped in 21assists and 12 digs for the Tigers. LE ROY 25-25-25, AVON 20-16-15 Naomi Hyde had six kills and five blocks and Riley Pasquale added f our aces and five kills for Le Roy (15-0) M akaila Heath had 10 k ills and one block and Grace Levendusky added e ight kills and six digs for A von (7-9). GENESEE REGION OAKFIELD-ALABAMA 25-25-25, W HEATLAND-CHILI 14-14-11 Kylie Schlagenhauf tallied 17 consecutive s ervice points and seven aces and Justina Pruski a dded two aces, two kills and eight assists for O-A ( 7-7). NON-LEAGUE FINNEY 25-25-25, EDISON TECH 16-4-22 Lori Gorman 10 aces and eight assists and Ril ey Anger chipped in f ive kills for Finney ( 15-4). FIELD HOCKEY SECTION V WEBSTER THOMAS 5, EASTRIDGE 0 Kathryn Grieb, Katie Peake, Mary Soures, Gracee Bilow, and Jordan Phelps all scored for T homas (8-7-1). PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND 9, GATES CHILI 0 Reghan Amoroso had 3goals and 2 assists for S utherland (10-5-1). EAST ROCHESTER 2, PENFIELD 1(OT) Maddy Walsh scored the game-winner seven minutes into overtime to lift ER (12-1-3). Sabrina Anderson scored four minutes into the first half to give the Bombers a 1-0 lead. Hayley Caito tied the g ame for Penfield19 minutes into the second half. WEBSTER SCHROEDER 5, IRONDEQUOIT 1 Katherine Porzi scored two goals and A lysa Maddaleno tallied o ne goal and two assists for Schroeder (11-4-1). GIRLS East Rochester defeats Marion Miraglia, NR-W beat Williamson STAFF REPOR TS SHAWN DOWD/@SDOWDPHOTO/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Victor's Hannah Stewart sends a spike over the net past Brighton's Isabella Julian, left, and Olivia Garratt. HIGH SCHOOL S

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