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This Week’s High School Sports Scores & Updates

Pal-Mac junior Nick Sapienza (#10) weaves his way thru a sea of Newark defenders on his way to one of his three goals on the evening.Photo by: Scotty Haines/Amazing Memories Photography
#10 Nick Sapienza and #17 Oscar Fontanez zero in on the ball in front of the Newark net. Photo by: Scotty Haines/Amazing Memories Photography
Pal-Mac's #7 Jake Gallina knocks the ball in for a Red Raiders goal in the first half as Newark's #22 Zachary Roddrick slides in to defend and teammate #17 Oscar Fontanez looks on. Photo by: Scotty Haines/Amazing Memories Photography
Junior Jamie Walker passes the ball down field for the Lady red Raiders in the first half. Photo by: Scotty Haines/Amazing Memories Photography
Junior Abie Larocca works her way through several Little Irish defenders in the first half as teammate Jamie Walker looks on. Photo by: Scotty Haines/Amazing Memories Photography
After trailing 18-13 in the fifth and deciding set, Pal-Mac's #12 Kelly Johnson raises one finger, telling her teammates "One more point!" The Red Raiders won the final set 26-24. Photo by:Scotty Haines/Amazing Memories Photography

Boys Varsity Soccer
Wednesday, October 25
Class B1 semifinal
Greece Odyssey 3, Pal-Mac 2
Class C1 semifinal
No. 2 Williamson 3, No. 3 Holley 0
Williamson (16-2): Josh Bailey, Justin Eaton, Adam Fisk 1 goal.
Tuesday, October 24
Sectional Semifinals
No. 3 Pittsford Sutherland 2, No. 2 Wayne 0
Sutherland: John Mozrall, Will Graupman 1 goal.
Saturday, October 21
Class B1 quarterfinals
No. 1 Pal-Mac 6, No. 8 Newark 0
Nick Sapienza scored 3 goals for Pal-Mac.
Class C1 quarterfinals
No. 2 Williamson 6, No. 7 Marcus Whitman 0
Williamson (15-2): Jamie Cook, Josh Bailey, Simon VanHoover 2 goals.
No. 1 Byron-Bergen/Elba 3, No. 8 Gananda 0
No. 4 Sodus 3, No. 5 Avon 0
Will Lamar scored twice for Sodus.
Class C2 quarterfinals
No. 9 Red Creek 5, No. 1 Bloomfield 2
Keith Vivlamore and Tristan McIntyre each scored 2 goals.
No. 6 Geneseo 3, No. 3 Marion 2
Girls Varsity Soccer
Wednesday, October 25
Spencerport 5, Wayne 0
Tuesday, October 24
No. 3 Aquinas 4, No. 2 Palmyra-Macedon 0
Class C2 semifinal
No. 1 Marion 5, No. 4 Caledonia-Mumford 1
Marion: Chloe DeLyser 3 goals, 2 assists; Abigail Fisher 1 goal, 1 assist.
Girls Varsity Volleyball
Thursday, October 24
Class B Pre-Quarterfinals
No. 11 Newark 25-25-20-25, No. 6 School of the Arts 7-20-25-16
Newark: Ladonia Smith 12 kills, 7 aces; Medina VanDuyne 7 aces, 5 kills. SOTA: India Jordan 3 kills.
No. 1 Wayne 25-25-25, No. 16 Greece Olympia 9-7-7
Wayne (16-1): Brookelyn Kunzer 6 aces, 2 kills; Kelsey Ludwig 7 digs, 3 aces, 3 kills; Tessa Edwards 2 aces, 4 digs, 2 kills.
No. 8 Palmyra-Macedon 25-22-25-16-26, No. 9 Batavia 23-25-22-25-24
Pal-Mac: Brandy Morrison 13 kills, 15 digs; Isabelle Brewer 13 kills, 40 digs; Kierstin Hammond 30 digs. Batavia: Taylor Stefaniak 18 kills, 30 digs, 6 aces; Ryann Stefaniak 29 kills, 15 digs; Courtnee Yasses 47 assists.
Wednesday, October 25
Class C1 Pre-quarterfinals
No. 4 Mynderse 25-25-25, No. 12 North Rose-Wolcott 8-15-13
Mynderse (14-6): Heidi Miller 5 aces, 5 kills.
Class C2 Pre-quarterfinals
No. 6 Warsaw 25-25-25, No. 11 Williamson 7-2-9
Warsaw (13-7): Janelle Scott 6 kills; Jessa Stores 7 aces.
Class D1 Pre-quarterfinals
No. 1 Lyons 25-25-25, No. 16 Wheatland-Chili 14-11-3
Lyons (19-1): Jaelyn Linzy-Richardson 8 aces; Morgan Verbridge 6 kills.
No. 8 York 26-27-26, No. 9 Clyde-Savannah 24-25-22
York (10-9): Jessie McCann, Haleigh Wood 7 kills.
No. 11 Alexander 21-25-25-25, No. 6 Marion 25-18-19-20
Marion: Grace Lennox 5 kills; Allison Spanganberg 4 kills, 3 digs; Emma DeYoung 10 assists, 3 aces; Elly Hepburn 4 kills. Alexander (7-10): Riley Merle 6 kills, 2 blocks.
Cross Country
Saturday, October 21
Marion Invitational
Boys team: 1. Victor 44, 2. Rush-Henrietta 67, 3. Mynderse 114, 4. Irondequoit 144, 5. Penn Yan 150, 6, Wayne 168, 7, Red Creek 188, 8. Williamson 22, 9, Midlakes 233, 10. Clyde-Savannah 235, 11. Marion 250, 12. Bishop Kearney 281
Top-5: 1. Jacob Appleton (L-C) 17:12, 2. Jeremiah Carnicelli (MA) 17:26, 3. Aaron Vivlamore (RC) 17:31, 4. Ethan Dietschler (C-S) 17:34, 5. Matt Woodworth (V) 17:35.
Girls team: 1. Rush-Henrietta 23, 2. Victor 78, 3. Wayne 94, 4. Penn Yan 110, 5. Red Creek 125, 6. Williamson 149, 7, Bishop Kearney 160, 8. Midlakes 192
Top-5: 1. Haley Riorden (R-H) 19:32, 2. Bailey Pierce (R-H) 20:23, 3. Adriana Behrendt (W) 20:37, 4. Alexandra Ventresca (R-H) 21:04, 5. Paige Lind (V) 21:14.
Girls Varsity Swimming
Friday, October 20
Pal-Mac 466, Marcus Whitman 460, Gananda 312, Newark 286, Midlakes 214, North Rose-Wolcott-Red Creek 152, Geneva-Mynderse 95
The Finger Lakes League Swimming Invitational was held at Victor, NY on Friday, Oct 20. Marcus Whitman and Palmyra-Macedon were both undefeated in their season, facing each other for their final dual meet on Oct 12. Marcus Whitman was victorious, claiming the Finger Lakes Girls Swimming League Title.
Tonight, however, Marcus Whitman and Pal-Mac faced each other again for the Finger Lakes Invitational title. Both teams traded leads throughout the course of the meet, the win coming down to the final race of the night, the 400 Freestyle Relay. Pal-Mac claimed the Invitational title by only 6 points.
Teams from Gananda, North Rose Wolcott-Red Creek, Geneva-Mynderse, Newark, Midlakes, Marcus Whitman, and Pal-Mac competed. 1,985 points were awarded in the meet and only a 6 point difference was the end result.
Swimer of the Meet: Krista Willard from Gananda
Ross Nelson Senior of the Year: Abby Schonefeld from Midlakes
Co-coach of the Year – Marcy Adams from Marcus Whitman and Mark Sixby from Gananda.
Wayne County League Bowling
at Doug Kent’s Rose Bowl Lanes
Mark’s Pizzeria Doubles League
Saul Bueso Jr. 257, 709
Gordy Butler 610
Chelsey Palmer 612
Jan Hence 514