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Page4D Saturday,October24,2015 DemocratandChronicle. com HIGH SCHOOLS Tucker Simons, Conner VanGordon and Deven Brustman each scored to lead No. 6 Jasper-Troupsburg to a 3-0 upset over No. 3 Naples in a Section V Class D1quarterfinal soccer match on Friday. Simmons and Josh Price each added an assist for the Wildcats (14-3-1). Naples finishes 12-2-3. CLASS D1QUARTERFINALS NO. 5 HARLEY-ALLENDALE COLUMBIA 1, NO. 4ARKPORT 0 Dan Frenette scored the game-winning 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 penalty kick for Genesee Valley (160-1). CLASS AA QUARTERFINALS NO. 8 HILTON 1, NO. 1WEBSTER SCHROEDER 0 Jeff Hibbard scored from Meikal Lambov in the second half to lift Hilton (8-9-1). NO. 4 CHURCHVILLE-CHILI 2, NO. 5 WEBSTER THOMAS 0 Jordan Arnone and Patrick Collins each scored a goal for C-C (11-6). Zach Cashmere totaled 10 saves to c omplete 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). D aniel Rooney and Alesandro Margiotta scored for McQuaid (12-3-2). 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 MENDON 0 Anthony Cupello had two goals and an assist and Chris Collili added a goal for Arcadia (12-3-2). J ake Corcoran made five saves to e arn 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 Canandaigua (11-5-1) with seven minutes left to cut the Braves’ deficit to 4-3. T risten 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 penal- t y kicks Andy Allen made eight saves and stopped two PK’s for Olympia (11-5-1). Noah Mohamed scored on a penalty kick Vedad Odzakovic scored for O lympia. 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 t he second half for Sutherland (10-4-3). CLASS C1QUARTERFINALS NO. 1WORLD OF INQUIRY 4, NO. 9 AVON 0 Toyi Hakizimana scored twice and Miguel Lopez and Ayub Jeylani each t allied a goal for Inquiry (13-2-1). CLASS D2 QUARTERFINALS NO. 5 FRIENDSHIP 2, NO. 4 WHITESVILLE 1 Aleric Stewart scored both goals for Friendship (12-6). E than Graves had a goal for Whites- v ille (10-7). NO. 1ANDOVER 2, NO. 8 AVOCA 1 Brandon Valentin scored the game- winner with four minutes left in regula- t ion for Andover (12-4-1), assisted by Dakota Gavin. VOLLEYBALL MONROE COUNTY VICTOR 25-23-25-25 RUSH-HENRIETTA 19-25-17-20 Paul Kopp had 13 kills and Brandon M eeks added six kills and 10 digs for Victor (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 Team: 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) 18:36,5.Henry Gifford (M) 18:40. Girls T eam: 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 J-T knocks off No. 3 Naples STAFF REPOR TS Nate Flint rushed five times for 31 y ards including the game-winning touchdown to lead No. 6 Le Roy 20-19 to an upset over No. 3 Attica in Section V C lass C quarterfinal matchup. Nick Egeling tallied 115 yards on 17 carries and a touchdown for the Oat- kan Knights (6-3). Josh 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. R eed Kacur had three receptions for 79 yards and a touchdown for the Oatkan Knights. B en Piazza totaled nine tackles and a fumble recovery on defense for Le Roy. A lex Piechocki had 198 rushing yards and three touchdowns on 27 carries and Kyle Zawaski added nine tack- l es defensively to lead Attica (6-2). Le Roy 6770—2 0 A ttica13600—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) CLASS B QUARTERFINALS NO. 2 LIVONIA 59, NO. 7 PALMYRA-MACEDON 7 Palmyra-Macedon0007—7 Livonia321476—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 Metcalf) 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 yards and a touchdown pass for the Bulldogs. Jayden Colf completed 13-of-21 for 88 yards and an interception for Pal- Mac (2-5). NO. 1BATAVIA 61, NO. 8 MIDLAKES 0 Midlakes0000—0 Batavia 2 7 2 0 1 4 0—6 1 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- for-loss and a sack on defense to lead Batavia (8-0). Greg Mruczek went 10-10 for 144 yards and three touchdowns for the Blue Devils. Trent McGaraw had six tackles, three tackles-for-loss and two sacks and Tarren Lovria added seven tackles for Batavia. CLASS D QUARTERFINALS NO. 5 BISHOP KEARNEY 38, NO. 4 CUBA-RUSHFORD 14 Bishop Kearney88166—38 Cuba-Rushford 6080—1 4 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 1 44 yards and two touchdowns and add- e d six carries for 62 yards and touchd- w on 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. 7CALEDONIA-MUMFORD 6 Caledonia-Mumford0600—6 Avon66714—33 A- Aaron Ghent 54 pass from Graham Freeman (kick failed) C M- 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 touchdown, added a pair of touchdowns passing and also returned an interception f or a touchdown to lead Avon (8-0). Z ach Loomis added 111yards on 20 carries and Josh Lutz recorded 17 tackles for the Braves. NO. 3 CLYDE-SAVANNAH 41, NO. 6 BATAVIA-NOTRE DAME 20 Batavia Notre Dame 0061 4 —2 0 C lyde-Savannah141467—41 CS- Tyler Rattray 53 run (Zackary DeAngelis kick) CS- Ryan Garrett 20 pass from Nathan Paddock (DeAngelis kick) C S- Rattray (DeAngelis kick) CS- Garrett 39 pass from Paddock (DeAngelis kick) C S- Rattray 45 run (kick failed) N D- Jack Sutherland 34 run (kick failed) C S - Raymond Williams interception (DeAngelis kick) N D- Sutherland 2 run (Peter Daversa run) ND- Casey Midwick 23 pass from Sutherland (kick failed) Tyler Rattray finished with 196 yards and three touchdowns to lead C-S (7-1). N athan Paddock was 3 of 9 for 73 yards and two touchdowns for the Golde n Eagles. The C-S defense had six interceptions. PM CLASS AA QUARTERFINALS NO. 2 VICTOR 41, NO. 7 WEBSTER THOMAS 22 Webster Thomas 7078—2 2 V ictor03560—41 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). Jamie 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. FOOTBALL Le Roy scores upset on Attica in Class C 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 South Seneca/Romulus/Trumans- b urg shortage of players was connected to a f ight the team was involved in Week 7 during agame against Lyons/Sodus. Dennis Greco, E ast Rochester/Gananda’s coach, said school s uspensions and unmet academic standards also were factors. E ast Rochester/Gananda, the tournament’s N o. 1seed, plays the winner of the first round-game Friday between No. 4 Lyons/ Sodus (5-2) and No. 5 Elba/Byron-Bergen. 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. 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. 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 Taylor Rutland each added a goal for the Eagles. Jenna Jacobs recorded her 15th shutout on the season for Kendall. CLASS B1QUARTERFINALS NO. 3 PALMYRA-MACEDON 4, NO. 6 PENN Y AN 0 Cierra Scheik, Hannah Dentel, Maddie Thompson and Abie LaRocca each t allied a goal for Pal-Mac (10-5-2). CLASS B1QUARTERFINALS NO. 1GREECE ODYSSEY 5, NO. 8 MIDLAKES 0 Alessandra Amdeo scored two goals a nd Claudia Ayzenburg 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 sec- o nd overtime to lift Livonia (10-7). Katie Lowe added a goal in the first half for the Bulldogs. CLASS B2 QUARTERFINALS NO. 3 DANSVILLE 1, NO. 6 HOLLEY 0 Maddie Farrell scored five minutes i nto 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 Cappotelli each scored a goal for Le Roy (69-2). Jamie Englerth made six saves in the shutout. SWIMMING FINGER LAKES LEAGUE INVITATIONAL Team: 1.Marcus Whitman 396,2.Palmyra-Macedon 371,3.Newark 292,4.Gananda 288,5.Midlakes 268,6.North Rose-Wolcott/Red C reek 262,7.Geneva 108. 200 medley relay:Marcus Whitman (Aislinn Coleman, Courtney Copper,Hailey Rossi,Morgan Smithling) 2:04.74;200 freestyle:Rachel M ayou (P-M) 2:07.88;200 IM:Copper (MW) 2:19.65;50 freestyle: Brooke Morrisseau (NR-W/RC) 24.92;Diving:Alexandra House (N) 583.65;100 butterfly:Laruen Johnson (G) 1:06.74;100 freestyle: Krista W illard (G) 55.33;500 freestyle:Mayou (P-M) 5:33.59;200 freestyle relay:Gananda (Willard,Johnson,Grace Cunningham,Darby McNamara) 1:47.39;100 backstroke:Brooke Morrisseau (NR-W/RC) 1:02.53; 1 00 breaststroke:Rossi (MW) 1:13.99;400 freestyle relay:Gananda (Willard,Johnson,Cunningham,McNamara) 3:59.74. VOLLEYBALL LIVINGSTON COUNTY GENESEO 25-25-25, LETCHWORTH 20-15-18 Stefanie Ledwith tallied 24 assists and Alison Meyers added 12 kills for Geneseo (15-3). Lily Briggs had six assists for Letchworth (7-13). PERRY 22-25-25-28, YORK 25-19-9-26 Natalie Emerling had 10 kills and nine aces and Kaitlin Fisher added 22 assists and two aces for Perry (10-9). Alyssa Garrett tallied 20 digs, 7 digs, and 2 kills and Kaileigh Carroll chipped in 12 kills, 10 digs, 3 digs, and a block for Y ork (2-16). WARSAW 25-25-24-25, KESHEQUA 20-16-26-16 Abbie Royce had 7 kills and 22 assists and Ashton Babbitt had 10 kills for Warsaw (15-3). C aitlin O’Brien tallied 13 digs and two b locks and Cassidy Alloco had seven kills and eight digs for Keshequa (4-15). CALEDONIA-MUMFORD 11-25-25-25, AVON 25-20-23-23 Chelsea Riggi had 30 assists and 14 d igs and Laura Wilcox added two blocks and seven kills for Cal-Mum (15-3). Sarah Kuhn had 31assists and Makaila Heath added 17 kills for Avon (7-10). FINGER LAKES BLOOMFIELD 24-26-25-25, FINNEY 26-24-19-18 Rebecca Mathis tallied five aces and six digs and Shaina Babcock added four kills and three blocks for Bloomfield (7-9). WAYNE 23-25-25-19-25, HONEOYE 2 5-14-23-25-16 Michele DiNicola tallied 22 kills and, four aces for Wayne (12-4). 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 kills and Caroline Mealey added 7 kills, 5 a ces and 4 digs for H-AC (10-7). Katie Smith totaled 4 kills, 4 kills and 3digs for the Wolves. OAKFIELD-ALABAMA 15-9-25-25-28, PAVILION 25-25-22-17-26 Justina Pruski had nine assists and five aces and Brianna Smith had 10 kills and six digs for O-A (8-7). Lydia Mulligan had 11kills and eight digs and MacKenzie Good had 19 assists for Pavilion (7-12). 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 and Emily Weed had 49 assists for Victor. TENNIS STATE QUALIFIERS Singles S econd 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 R ose-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 E ngebrecht (Pittsford Sutherland) 6-0,6-0;Daniela Coello (Aquinas) d. Kaili Saffran (Webster Thomas) 6-3,6-2;Julia Andreach (Mercy) d. V iolet 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 S econd round: Joyce Luo/Liza Pinchman (Pittsford Mendon) d.Mi- cayah Ambriz/Catie Moore (Prattsburgh) 6-0,6-1;Caitlin Hogan/Hann ah 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 S utherland) 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- a ughnessy (Fairport) 6-2,6-2;Hannah Kuper/Sean Miller (Pittsford Sutherland) d.Neka Lemea/Isabel Hartzell (Mercy) 6-2,6-1;Emily S tanley/Sarah Marro (Victor) d.Alyssa Wlodarczyk/Kelsey Arliss (Lyo ns) 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- brecht (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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