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Page4D Saturday,October24,2015 E2 DemocratandChronicle. com HIGH SCHOOLS Jeff Hibbard scored on an assist from Meikal Lambov in the second half to lift Hilton over Webster Schroeder 1-0 in a Class AA quarterfinal soccer match on Friday. Brian Wilkin made seven saves to earn the shutout for the Cadets. Schroeder finished the season 123-2. NO. 4 CHURCHVILLE-CHILI 2, NO. 5 WEBSTER T HOMAS 0 Jordan Arnone and Patrick Collins e ach scored a goal for C-C (11-6). Zach Cashmere totaled 10 saves to complete his fourth shutout of the season for the Saints. NO. 6 FAIRPORT 3, NO. 3 MCQUAID 2 Matt Gasbarre earned a hat trick in the win for Fairport (8-8-2). Daniel Rooney and Alesandro Margiotta scored for McQuaid (12-3-2). NO. 2 VICTOR 2, NO. 10 RUSH-HENRIETTA 1 (OT) Spencer Ryczek scored in overtime f or Victor (11-4-2). CLASS A1QUARTERFINALS NO. 2 GREECE ATHENA 3, NO. 7 BRIGHTON 1 Ryan Lindeman scored all three goals for Athena (12-5). NO. 3 GREECE ARCADIA 3, NO. 6 PITTSFORD M ENDON 0 Anthony Cupello had two goals and a n assist and Chris Collili added a goal f or Arcadia (12-3-2). Jake Corcoran made five saves to earn his 13th shutout of the year for the Titans. NO. 5 SPENCERPORT 4, NO. 4 CANANDAIGUA 3 Alex Iacchetta scored two goals and Dan Reger and Victor Pascucci each tallied one for Spencerport (10-6-1). Jon Matyjas scored for Canandai- g ua (11-5-1) with seven minutes left to c ut the Braves’ deficit to 4-3. Tristen Briggs and Jonathan Brown tallied the Braves’ other two goals. CLASS A2 QUARTERFINALS NO. 1GREECE OLYMPIA 2, NO. 8 AQUINAS 2 Greece Olympia won 4-2 in penalty kicks Andy Allen made eight saves and stopped two PK’s for Olympia (11-5-1). Noah Mohamed scored on a penalty k ick. Vedad Odzakovic also scored for Olympia. Luke Putnam scored both goals for Aquinas (5-11-1), including the tying goal with 14 minutes left. NO. 2 PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND 5, NO. 7 UNIVERSITY PREP 0 Matthew Kaiser scored two goals in the second half for Sutherland (10-4-3). NO. 5 HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA 5, NO. 4 W AYNE 2 Alex Ptucha and Bryan Wager scored for HF-L (9-6-2). CLASS C1QUARTERFINALS NO. 1WORLD OF INQUIRY 4, NO. 9 AVON 0 Toyi Hakizimana scored twice and Miguel Lopez and Ayub Jeylani each tallied a goal for Inquiry (13-2-1). CLASS D1QUARTERFINALS NO. 5 HARLEY-ALLENDALE COLUMBIA 1, NO. 4ARKPORT 0 Dan Frenette scored the game-win- n ing goal on a penalty kick in the 25th minute to lead H-AC (14-4). NO. 2 GENESEE VALLEY 0, NO. 7 WHEATLAND-CHILI 0 Genesee Valley won in penalty kicks 4-3 Carter Snyder scored the winning p enalty kick for Genesee Valley (160-1). NO. 6 JASPER TROUPSBERG 3, NO. 3 NAPLES 0 Tucker Simons, Connor Vangordon a nd Deven Brustman scored for J-T (14-3-1). Simmons and Josh Price each added an assist for the Wildcats (14-3-1). Naples finishes 12-2-3. VOLLEYBALL MONROE COUNTY VICTOR 25-23-25-25 RUSH-HENRIETTA 1 9-25-17-20 Paul Kopp had 13 kills and Brandon M eeks added six kills and 10 digs for V ictor (9-7). PENFIELD 25-25-25, CANANDAIGUA 14-17-14 Jordan Hildreth had six kills and two blocks and John Collins added five digs for Penfield (14-1). CROSS COUNTRY RCAC CHAMPIONSHIPS Boys T eam: McQuaid 19,World of Inquiry 42,Franklin 79 Top-5: 1.Ryshiq Scott-Thompson (Wilson) 17:40,2.Kevin Farnand (M) 18:32,3.Ryan Stefkovich (M) 18:34,4,Cedric St.Louis (WOIS) 1 8:36,5.Henry Gifford (M) 18:40. Girls Team: World of Inquiry 15,East HS 48 T op-5: 1,Satin Holmes (Wilson) 24:09,2.Mathilda Guizzardi (SOT A) 24:25,3.Shakirra Small (Franklin) 25:24,4.Destiny Smith (WOIS) 2 6:43,5.Aaysia Henderson (WOIS) 27:16. BOYS Hilton edges Schroeder to advance STAFF REPOR TS Cory Gross ran for 77 yards on 14 c arries to help lead No. 1Brockport to a 15-8 victory over No. 8 Wilson in the Section V Class A Quarterfinal football g ame. Raphael Odey Jr. had five receptions for 43 yards for Brockport (7-1). Isaiah Benjamin rushed for 78 yards on 20 carries and 59 yards receiving on two receptions for Wilson (3-5). Wilson0080—8 Brockport0708—15 B- Jeremy Michaels 35 pass from Ashton Scott (Cameron Fox kick) W - Isaiah Benjamin 35 pass from James Cotton (Benjamin run) B - Josh Keenan 9 pass from Scott (Shane Hogan run) CLASS AA QUARTERFINALS NO. 2 VICTOR 41, NO. 7 WEBSTER THOMAS 22 Webster Thomas7078—22 Victor 03 5 60—4 1 W- Patrick Vandermark 4 run (Mike Schreiner kick) V- Zack Estabrooks 37 pass from Jamie Trimboli (Mike Matheson kick) V- Zack Lefebvre 5 run (Matheson kick) V- Dan Barrow 47 run (Matheson kick) V- Alexander Mabbett 25 pass from Trimboli (Matheson kick) V - TD Ierlan 46 run (Matheson kick) V- Lafebvre 21pass from Trimboli (kick blocked) W- Tim Gridley 6 pass from Brendan Smith (Schreiner kick) W - Julian Riley 4 run (Vandermark run) Dan Barrow ran for 131yards and atouchdown on 13 carries in the win for Victor (8-0). J amie Trimboli went 4-for-5 with 90 yards passing and three touchdowns for the Blue Devils. D efensively, Victor nabbed three interceptions and Mike Novitsky tallied 9.5 tackles, one for a loss. NO. 4 HILTON 56, NO. 5 EAST 26 East 1 2 1 4 00—2 6 H ilton1421147—56 H- Dillon Philmon 10 run (Christian Ranke kick) E- Raheen Gayden 77 run (kick failed) H - Philmon 5 run (Ranke kick) E- Gayden 41run (kick failed) H - Philmon 8 run (Ranke kick) H - Dave Guest 11pass from John Letta (Ranke kick) E- Gayden 47 run (Gayden run) H- Brandon Cutter 16 pass from Letta (Ranke kick) E- Gayden 24 run (run failed) H- Letta 1run (Ranke kick) H- Cutter 26 pass from Letta (Ranke kick) H- Spallina 26 run (Ranke kick) Dillon Philmon ran for 221yards and three touchdowns to lead Hilton (7-1). J ohn Letta added 88 yards on 19 carries and went 7-for-12 for 103 yards a nd three touchdowns for the Cadets. Raheen Gayden ran for 253 yards on 20 carries for East (5-3). CLASS B QUARTERFINALS NO. 2 LIVONIA 59, NO. 7 PALMYRA-MACEDON 7 Palmyra-Macedon0007—7 L ivonia321476—59 L- Matt Hyde 14 run (Hyde run) L - Eithan Terham 96 run (Hyde run) L- Terham 20 pass from Brodie Metcalf (Brandon Semmel pass from M etcalf) L- John Smith 1run (Travis Mosher run) L- Hyde 69 run (Nick Simpson run) L - Metcalf 9 run (run failed) L- Matt Gilbert 1run (Josh Burley kick) P- Brandon Hawkins 18 run (Joseph Lyko kick) L- James Hatke-Smith 46 run (kick failed) Hyde had six rushes 168 yards and two touchdowns and Eithan Terham added two rushes for 107 yards and totaled two touchdowns for Livonia (8-1). Brodie Metcalf went 1-for-3 for 20 y ards and a touchdown pass for the B ulldogs. Jayden Colf completed 13- of-21for 88 yards and an interception for Pal-Mac (2-5). NO. 1BATAVIA 61, NO. 8 MIDLAKES 0 Midlakes0000—0 Batavia2720140—61 B- Ryan Hogan 23 pass from Greg Mruczek (kick failed) B- Dominick Mogavero 15 run (kick failed) B - Ray Leach 45 punt return (Mogavero run) B - Hogan 27 pass from Mruczek (Noah Dobbertin kick) B- Mogavero 45 run (Dobbertin kick) B- Leach 52 punt return B - Hogan 10 pass from Mruczek (Dobbertin kick) B- Cody Dioguardi 65 run (kick failed) B- John Garlock 6 run (Hogan run) Dominick Magovero rushed four times for 79 yards and two touchdowns and recorded six tackles, three tackles- f or-loss and a sack on defense to lead B atavia (8-0). Greg Mruczek went 10-10 for 144 y ards and three touchdowns for the Blue Devils. Trent McGaraw had six tackles, three tackles-for-loss and two sacks and T arren Lovria added seven tackles for Batavia. CLASS C QUARTERFINALS NO. 6 LE ROY 20, NO. 3 ATTICA 19 Le Roy6770—20 Attica13600—19 A- Alex Piechocki 1run (Damian Marchetti kick) A- Piechocki 1run (kick failed) L- Nick Egeling 41run (kick failed) A- Piechocki 8 run (kick failed) L- Reed Kacur 60 pass from Josh Laurie (Mary Purdy) L- Nate Flint 19 run (Purdy kick) Nate Flint rushed five times for 31 yards and touchdown to lead Le Roy (6-3) J osh Laurie went 7-for-12 for 113 yards and a touchdown and added a fumble recovery and a late-game inter- c eption defensively for Le Roy. Alex Piechocki had 198 rushing yards and three touchdowns on 27 car- r ies to lead Attica (6-2). CLASS D QUARTERFINALS NO. 5 BISHOP KEARNEY 38, NO. 4 CUBA-RUSHFORD 14 Bishop Kearney88166—38 Cuba-Rushford6080—14 C- Andrew Fair 15 run (kick failed) B- Eric Carter 26 pass from Todd LaRocca (Devin Green pass from LaRocca) B - Dahmir Tross 2 run (Carter pass from LeRocca) B - Asfa Sill 15 pass from LeRocca (Freddie Johnson run) B - LaRocca 35 run (Green pass from LaRocca) C - Jake Jones 35 run (Jones run) B - Tross 2 run (pass failed) Todd LaRocca was 10-for-17 for 144 yards and two touchdowns and added six carries for 62 yards and touchdown to lead BK (6-2). D ahmir Tross had 19 carries for 1 05 yards and two touchdowns for the K ings. John Jackson led the defense with 1 2 tackles and a forced fumble for BK. NO. 2 AVON 33, NO. 7 CALEDONIA-MUMFORD 6 Caledonia-Mumford0600—6 Avon 6671 4 —3 3 A- Aaron Ghent 54 pass from Graham Freeman (kick failed) CM- Marcus Middleton 13 pass from Nick Harmon (kick failed) A- Freeman 41run (kick failed) A- Ghent 18 pass from Freeman (Freeman kick) A- John Ceneviva 2 run (Freeman kick) A- Freeman 55 interception return (Freeman kick) Graham Freeman ran for 162 yards running on 26 carries and a touch- d own, added a pair of touchdowns pass- i ng and also returned an interception for a touchdown to lead Avon (8-0). Zach Loomis added 111yards on 20 carries and Josh Lutz recorded 17 tackles for the Braves. FOOTBALL Brockport edges Wilson in quarterfinals STAFF REPORTS ER/GANANDA ADVANCES AFTER FORFEIT East Rochester/Gananda moved into the semifinals of the Section V Class C Football Tournament, when South Seneca/Romulus/ Trumansburg forfeited the first round game scheduled Friday night. South Seneca/Romulus/Trumansburg informed Section V football chairman Dick Cerone it was unable to dress 18 players for t he game, the minimum required by the New York State Public High School Athletic Association. Cerone said the South Seneca/Romulus/Trum ansburg shortage of players was connected t o a fight the team was involved in Week 7 during a game against Lyons/Sodus. Dennis G reco, East Rochester/Gananda’s coach, said s chool suspensions and unmet academic standards also were factors. E ast Rochester/Gananda, the tournament’s N o. 1seed advances to play No. 4 Lyons/Sodus (6-2). Melissa Camp scored the game-winning goal late in overtime to lift No. 1Ga- n anda 2-1over No. 8 Byron-Bergen in a S ection V Class C1quarterfinal soccer g ame on Friday. Celine Smits scored Gananda’s first goal in the second half. Bryanna Roos recorded six saves for the Blue Panthers (15-2). Leah Thompson scored in the 26th minute for the Bees (10-7-1). NO 2. CALEDONIA-MUMFORD 4, NO. 7 ADDISON 1 Jessica Garland scored two goals and C laudia Haut and Adriana Molisani each a dded a goal for Cal-Mum (15-2-1). NO. 5 GENESEO 4, NO 4. BLOOMFIELD 1 Vicki Finn scored twice to lead Geneseo (12-4-2). Natalie Peraino and Megan Bugbee each added goals for the Blue Devils. Jill Marianacci had a goal for Bloomfield (12-5-1). CLASS C2 QUARTERFINALS NO. 3 SOUTH SENECA 3, NO. 6 KESHEQUA 2 Emily Dey scored twice, including the winner with 15 minutes left, to lift South Seneca (16-1). Kelsey Shaulis chipped in one goal in the first half for the Falcons. Maddie Ewing scored a pair of Kesh- equa (9-7-2). NO. 1KENDALL 6, NO. 8 CAMPBELL-SAVONA 0 Maya Rutland had two goals and Taylor ReQua added one goal and two assists to lead Kendall (17-0). Hailee Mitchell, Keri Furness and T aylor Rutland each added a goal for the E agles. Jenna Jacobs recorded her 15th shutout on the season for Kendall. CLASS B1QUARTERFINALS NO. 3 PALMYRA-MACEDON 4, NO. 6 PENN YAN 0 Cierra Scheik, Hannah Dentel, Maddie Thompson and Abie LaRocca each tallied a goal for Pal-Mac (10-5-2). CLASS B1QUARTERFINALS NO. 1GREECE ODYSSEY 5, NO. 8 MIDLAKES 0 Alessandra Amadio scored two goals and Claudia Ayzenberg added a goal and two assists to lead Odyssey (12-3-1). NO. 4 LIVONIA 2, NO. 5 NEWARK 1(2OT) Andrea Smith scored off a pass from Niki Templeton with 2:19 left in the second overtime to lift Livonia (10-7). Katie Lowe added a goal in the first h alf for the Bulldogs. CLASS B2 QUARTERFINALS NO. 3 DANSVILLE 1, NO. 6 HOLLEY 0 Maddie Farrell scored five minutes into the game off a penalty kick for Dansville (6-9-2). This is the first sectional win for the Mustangs in 15 years. NO. 4 LE ROY 3, NO. 5 MARCUS WHITMAN 0 Amy Lowe, Bri Hill and Erin Cappo- t elli each scored a goal for Le Roy (69 -2). Jamie Englerth made six saves in the shutout. VOLLEYBALL MONROE COUNTY FAIRPORT 25-25-26, BROCKPORT 17-15-24 Courtney Burda tallied three aces and 17 assists and Danielle Synowski c hipped in six kills for Fairport (9-8). PENFIELD 25-25-23-25, IRONDEQUOIT 14-18-25-14 Emily Harnischfeger had 19 kills and 17 digs and Johanna Gregory had 12 kills and three blocks for Penfield (11-3). Jaclyn Maguire tallied 13 kills and 15 digs for Irondequoit (12-6). HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA 25-25-25, S PENCERPORT 9-6-8 Grace Chlebove totaled five aces and Gillian Kurtic added 10 kills to lead HF-L (11-5). Miranda Williamson had five digs for Spencerport (2-16). WEBSTER SCHROEDER 16-25-24-25-25, P ITTSFORD SUTHERLAND 25-23-26-22-20 Ally Smith added 26 kills and 19 digs a nd twin her twin sister Amber Smith h ad 20 kills and 18 digs for Schroeder (12-2). Emma Dunn added 11kills and 13 digs for the Warriors. Aliah Bowllan tallied 41digs and And rea Allen had 57 assists and 29 digs for S utherland (15-1). LIVINGSTON COUNTY CALEDONIA-MUMFORD 11-25-25-25, A VON 25-20-23-23 Chelsea Riggi had 30 assists and 14 digs and Laura Wilcox added two blocks a nd seven kills for Cal-Mum (15-3). Sarah Kuhn had 31assists and Makaila Heath added 17 kills for Avon (7-10). NON-LEAGUE AQUINAS 25-25-25, WATERLOO 9-22-11 Danielle Antonio had 15 digs and Val Ziarniak added five kills and two aces for Aquinas (13-3). Brittanie Forde totaled 20 digs for Waterloo (8-9). HARLEY-ALLENDALE COLUMBIA 25-25-25, W ILLIAMSON 21-13-23 Imani Baker had 7 aces, 10 digs and 2 k ills and Caroline Mealey added 7 kills, 5 a ces and 4 digs for H-AC (10-7). K atie Smith totaled 4 kills, 4 kills and 3digs for the Wolves. MERCY 25-17-22-25-25, VICTOR 11-25-25-22-22 Maria Simonetti tallied 40 digs and Hannah Cannon added nine kills and 59 assists for Mercy (9-4). Megan Hobler had 15 kills and nine blocks for the Monarchs. Amanda Dake had 16 kills and 14 digs a nd Emily Weed had 49 assists for Vict or. FIELD HOCKEY SECTION V BRIGHTON 5, HILTON 0 Annie Kase had two goals and Gianna Palma added two goals for Brighton (11-5). PITTSFORD MENDON 2, FAIRPORT 1 Jordan Penkitis scored both goals for Mendon (14-0-2). Allie Prescott scored the goal for Fairport with three minutes remaining in regulation. GYMNASTICS MONROE COUNTY RUSH-HENRIETTA 118.4, PENFIELD 112.5 Vault: Barbra Buck (P) 8.0; Bars: Anna Ahlquist (R-H) 7.45; Beam: Emilia Guyom (P) 7.7; Floor: Guyom (P),Carrie Miller (R-H) 8.7; Allaround: Guyom (P) 30.8. TENNIS STATE QUALIFIERS Singles Second round Tami Comins (Pittsford Mendon) d.Cara Graham (Palmyra-Macedon) 6-0,6-0;Caroline Schmitz (Fairport) d.Lexi Sanford (Prattsburgh) 7-5, 6-2;Alina Santiago (Pittsford Sutherland) d.Triniti Boykin (North Rose-Wolcott) 6-3,7-5;Holland Long (Hilton) d.Laura Freeman (Churchville-Chili) 6-0,6-1;Chhinda Som (Brighton) d.Lauren Robbins (Prattsburgh) 6-0,6-0;Megan Gamble (Webster Schroeder) d.Olivia Engebrecht (Pittsford Sutherland) 6-0,6-0;Daniela Coello (Aquinas) d. Kaili Saffran (Webster Thomas) 6-3,6-2;Julia Andreach (Mercy) d. Violet Hess (Marion) 6-0,6-1. Quarterfinals Comins (Pittsford Mendon) d.Schmitz (Fairport) 6-0,6-0;Long (Hilton) d.Santiago (Pittsford Sutherland) 6-1,6-3;Gamble (Webster Schroe- d er) d.Som (Brighton) 6-1,2-6,6-3;Andreach (Mercy) d.Coello (Aquinas) 6-1,6-0. Doubles Second round: Joyce Luo/Liza Pinchman (Pittsford Mendon) d.Mi- cayah Ambriz/Catie Moore (Prattsburgh) 6-0,6-1;Caitlin Hogan/Hannah Spaan (Penfield) d.Bjorklund/Lila Campbell (Batavia) 6-1,6-2; X ilin Zhou/Catherine Gamble (Webster Schroeder) d. Rylee Kalinski/ Samantha Kalinski (Clyde-Savannah) 6-0,6-1;Rachel Herrmann/Glor ia Zhang (Brighton) d.Lily Engebrecht/Natalie Strauber (Pittsford Sutherland) 6-2,6-0;Olga Shvetsova/Rene Gangarosa (Brighton) d. Amber Smith/Cassondra Mark (Prattsburgh) 6-0,6-0;Charlotte Enge- b recht/Josie Libby (Pittsford Sutherland) d.Diana Kulawiec/Jill O’Sh- aughnessy (Fairport) 6-2,6-2;Hannah Kuper/Sean Miller (Pittsford S utherland) d.Neka Lemea/Isabel Hartzell (Mercy) 6-2,6-1;Emily S tanley/Sarah Marro (Victor) d.Alyssa Wlodarczyk/Kelsey Arliss (Lyons) 6-0,6-0. Quarterfinals: Luo/Pinchman (Pittsford Mendon) d.Hogan/Spaan ( Penfield) 6-1,6-0;Zhou/Gamble (Webster Schroeder) d.Herrmann/ Zhang (Brighton) 6-4,6-2;Shvetsova/Gangarosa (Brighton) d.Enge- b recht (Pittsford Sutherland) 6-2,4-6,6-1;Stanley/Marro (Victor) d. K uper/Miller (Pittsford Sutherland 6-0,6-2. GIRLS Gananda staves off upset STAFF REPOR TS

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