Weekend Wrap: Hilton, Letchworth/Warsaw and Williamson stay undefeated; Wayne runs winning streak to double digits
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Weekend Wrap: Hilton, Letchworth/Warsaw and Williamson stay undefeated; Wayne runs winning streak to double digits added by Paul Gotham on October 8, 2018View all posts by Paul Gotham →FacebookTwitter分享by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksSponsor ContentBig Data Courses | Search AdOnline Big Data Courses Might Be Better than You ThinkBig Data Courses | Search AdCosmoWomensTop 30 Most Beautiful Women in the WorldCosmoWomensLovely&HealthyTop 10 Most Dangerous Cruises In The World Lovely&Healthyby Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksMore from Pickin’ SplintersBaron keeps Bonaventure close to his heart – Pickin’ SplintersTah-Jae Hill, Zion Morrison and the Starting Five – Pickin’ Splinters”If you had a Mount Rushmore of MCC baseball, he’s on there.” Longtime assistant Jack Christensen passes away – Pickin’ Splinters Share on Facebook Subscribe by Email Follow on Facebook Add to Google+ Devin LaDue scored twice in Wayne’s 6-0 victory over Honeoye Falls-Lima. (Photo: MIKE GENTILE)SATURDAYVICTOR 1HILTON 2Justin Arilotta and Jack Gombatto scored a goal apiece as Hilton (No. 5 NYSSWA Class AA) improved to 12-0-1 (9-0-0 Monroe County Division I). Arilotta’s marker, his team-high ninth of the season, ran his personal scoring streak five games. Charles Barker added an assist. The Cadets have outscored opponents 30-7.CANANDAIGUA 1GATES-CHILI 0Canandaigua improved to 6-7-1 on the season.AQUINAS 1PITTSFORD MENDON 3 Hayden Feck, Rory McIntosh and Matt Bamford scored a goal apiece to lead Mendon (7-7-0) to its third win in the last four games. Alex Morley and Pierce VanBenthuysen both had an assist. Adam Holt scored the lone Aquinas goal with an assist from Aiden Kopacz.HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA 0WAYNE 6Matt Gentile collected four assists as Wayne (12-1-1/9-1-0) tallied five second-half goals to win its 10th straight game. Devin LaDue scored twice. Cullen Bock and Dylan Cook had a goal and an assist apiece. James Flannery and Tom Rauen both added a goal. The shutout was the eighth this season for the Eagles which have outscored opponents, 58-7.VERTUS 0BISHOP KEARNEY 7Evan Stevely and Alex Mowry collected two goals apiece for Bishop Kearney. TJ Tytler added a goal and two assists. Jordan Searles chipped in with a goal and an assist. Tim Halter had a goal for the Kings. Stevely, Fernando Furioso and Desire Kasinge each had an assist.WOLD OF INQUIRY 3LACKAWANNA (VI) 5Emmanuel Nsengiyumva had a goal and two assists for WOI (6-7-0). A Bardques and Isaac Hakizimana had an assist apiece.MOUNT MORRIS 3GENESEO 2Cameron Regal scored a goal and had two assists to lead Mount Morris (No. 16 NYSSWA Class D). Steven Soto added a goal and assist. Jansen Martinez had a goal for Mount Morris (13-1-0). Geneseo (No. 16 NYSSWA Class C) won the previous meeting between the two teams.LETCHWORTH/WARSAW 4WAYLAND-COHOCTON 1Cedric Aschwanden and Muskat Monger scored a goal and had two assists apiece to lead Letchworth/Warsaw (No. 12 NYSSWA Class B) to its fourth straight win. Ethan Grover and Tristin Lindsy both had a goal for Letchworth/Warsaw (12-0-1/8-0-1). Kevin Klimm scored the lone Wayland-Cohocton goal.BYRON-BERGEN/ELBA 3ALBION 1Sam Pringle netted a hat trick for Byron-Bergen/Elba (No. 20 NYSSWA Class C)Wade Thompson collected two assists. Cory Bater added one helper.VIEW MORE MIKE GENTILE PHOTOS HERE. ATTICA 3PEMBROKE 0Evan Dickhut collected three assists to lead Attica. Arden Schadt, Gabriel Atensia and Quincy Burg scored a goal apiece.HOLLEY 6WHEATLAND-CHILI 1Matt Wilson netted four goals and added one assist to lead Holley. KJ Biedlingmaier chipped in with a goal and an assist. Kohl Morgan had two assists. Nathan Nothnagle scored a goal. Brad Kingdollar and Kohl Morgan both had an assist. David Domina scored the lone Wheatland-Chili goal with an assist from Troy Smith.PERRY 2PAVILION/YORK 0Mason Bush scored both Perry goals. The shutout was the sixth this season for Perry (8-6-0).AVON 3LeROY 3Roan Mallber scored all three LeRoy goals. William Stowell added an assists. Jack Bond, Reverdy Clarke and Michael Welch scored a goal apiece for Avon. Welch and Austin Perkins had an assist apiece.SCIO 1WELLSVILLE 0Cameron Loucks connected on the game winner in the second half with an assist from Carter Scholla.CALEDONIA-MUMFORD 6CANISTEO-GREENWOOD 0Kevin Goodhue scored four goals. Shane McClurg had four assists. Jacob Burnett and Alex Carnes had a goal apiece. Mason Nusbickel and Max Reed both had an assist.NORTHSTAR CHRISTIAN 3LIMA CHRISTIAN 1Collin Nasso led Northstar Christian with a goal and an assist. Ibia Garcia Vazquez and Joe Hinds added a goal apiece for the Crusaders. Jon Gretzinger scored the lone Lima Christian goal with an assist from Zeke Sonoga.ALFRED-ALMOND 2CAMPBELL-SAVONA 1Carsen Hann and Will Torrey scored second-half goal for Alfred-Almond. Zane Johnson added an assist.FRIDAYPITTSFORD SUTHERLAND 3GREECE ARCADIA 2Will Bowen and Niklas Riewe collected a goal and an assist apiece as Sutherland won for the fourth time in the last five games. Nate Cotroneo added a goal. The Knights scored all three goals in the second half.FAIPORT 0RUSH-HENRIETTA 0Fairport played to its third scoreless draw in the last four games. The Red Raiders have not allowed a goal in the last four games. Fairport (9-2-2) has nine clean sheets on the season.GREECE ATHENA 0BRIGHTON 4Caio DeMedeiros scored twice and assisted on another, and Brighton took a 3-0 lead into halftime. Connor McQuillan added a goal and an assist. Mat Ochs had a marker. Torin Broderick and Nico Leone both had an assist. With the win, Brighton (No. 14 NYSSWA Class A) moved into first place in Monroe County Division III. The Barons only loss over the last eight games was a 3-2 setback to Hilton (No. 5 NYSWWA Class AA).GATES-CHILI 0WEBSTER THOMAS 2Chris Riek and Zach Wolfe scored a goal apiece to lead Thomas. Brendan Hill and Cameron Webb both had an assist.GREECE OLYMPIA 5BATAVIA 0Gidyon Chane and Martin Erdal collected a goal and an assist apiece as Olympia grabbed a 3-nil lead at halftime and never looked back. Murtharda Afari, Andrew Balch and Nick Grimes each had a goal. Ammar Hussein had an assist.CANANDAIGUA 1SPENCERPORT 2Max LaRosa connected in the second overtime, and Spencerport (10-3-1) remained undefeated in its last nine games. Justin Hockenberger scored the first Spencerport goal. LaRosa assisted on the play.BROCKPORT 0PITTSFORD-MENDON 2Kevin Keneally and Hayden Feck scored a goal apiece for Mendon. Matt Bamford and Devan Blaakman both had an assist.IRONDEQUOIT 0CHURCHVILLE-CHILI 3Andrew Vannest had a goal and an assist to lead a second half C-C barrage. Seamus Parker and Dylan Rippe also found back of the net after halftime. Mario Cozzo had one assist.EASTRIDGE 4HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA 1Mohammed Asafa scored two goals. Dylan Hanley collected two assists, and Eastridge (6-8-0) won for the fifth time in the last six games.WEBSTER SCHROEDER 2PENFIELD 0WILSON MAGNET 0GREECE ODYSSEY 2Dylan Ange and Aiden Drake both scored a goal. Parker Ange had an assist.AQUINAS 0McQUAID 4Caden Kress and Dan Malloy scores two goals apiece and McQuaid (10-1-1) won its fifth straight game. The shutout was the third straight for the Jesuit Knights.WILLIAMSON 5NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT 2Justin Eaton scored three goals and had one assist to lead Williamson (No. 2 NYSSWA Class C). Hunter Byron and Tyler Ingham scored a goal apiece for the Marauders (12-0-1). Josh Bailey, Leonardo Ceron and George Konstantinou each had an assist.EAST ROCHESTER 1MARION 0Chuck Domm connected late in the second half with an assist from Russell Domm, and East Rochester (9-5-0/6-4-0) swept the season series with their Wayne County rivals.C.G. FINNEY 3FILLMORE 0Emmanuel Rubingu had a goal and an assist. Keegan Occor added two assists, and Finney (No. 4 NYSSWA Class D) improved to 13-0-0. Ian Lau Atencio and Daniel Sidorishin both had a goal.ROCHESTER ACADEMY 0SOTA/NE DOUGLASS 7Ezekiel Irishura scored a pair of first-half goals as SOTA/NE Douglass took a 2-nil lead into the break. Han Tun tallied twice in the second half. Lucky Khounsombat, Degraj Suberin and Saheed Miller added a goal apiece. Farhan Abdi, Aviel Fischer, Adam Hawk and Brendan Traver had an assist apiece.ARKPORT/CANASERAGA 1JASPER-TROUPSBURG 2AVOCA 2PRATTSBURGH 0Section V’s leading goal scorer, LaDre Stanford, tallied twice to run his season total to 32 markers. Devin Stowe had two assists. Avoca is 14-0-0 on the season.WHITESVILLE 0BELFAST 8Adam Enders and Matt Weaver scored two goals apiece to lead Belfast. Weaver added two assists. Steven Buchholz, Cale Caiazza, McKenzie Cox, Hunter Enders and Melvin Hamer had an assist apiece. Adam Enders leads Section with 70 points (30 goals/10 assists).FRANKLINVILLE 0FRIENDSHIP 1 Print This Post By Paul Gotham on October 8, 2018No Comment Connect on Linked in Weekend Wrap: Hilton, Letchworth/Warsaw and Williamson stay undefeated; Wayne runs winning streak to double digits Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.