Get a recap of Friday's high school sports action as the Pal-Mac girls lacrosse team defeats East Rochester in the opening round of the Class C tournament.
Get a recap of Thursday's high school sports action as the Marcus Whitman softball team defeats Red Jacket 12-1 to close out the regular season.
In a rematch of last year’s Section 5 Class B championship game, the Irondequoit boys lacrosse team held off Canandaigua for an 11-8 win on Thursday.
The Eagles held the Braves scoreless for the first 18 minutes of the second half after the teams were tied at halftime. Junior Joshua Merkel led Irondequoit with four goals, and senior Joel Roemer chipped in three goals.
The senior attacker scores 1:18 into overtime as the Red Raiders finish the regular season 14-2 and earn the Monroe County Division I title. Fairport will most likely be the top seed when the Section 5 Class A pairings are announced this weekend.
The 15th annual Davenport & Taylor Golf Classic will take place Thursday, June 13, 2013 at the Bath Country Club with shotgun start at 9 a.m. Proceeds from the Golf Classic will benefit the modernization and expansion of the Donald F. Coon and Joseph F. Meade, Jr. Emergency Department at Ira Davenport Memorial Hospital.
Before the start of the spring season, the Victor boys golf team set a goal to go undefeated in Monroe County East Division 2 this year. The Blue Devils succeeded, finishing with a 12-0 record to win their second straight league championship.
Before winning in 2012, Victor’s previous league title came in 1994. The Blue Devils had never won two back-to-back league championships before.
“It feels great,” Blue Devils senior Nick Cieslica said. “Last year we won and it was awesome, it was my first time winning with the team. Going undefeated just topped it off.”
The Knights build a 5-0 lead before the Vikings cut the lead to one, but Mendon can't get any closer. Michael VanderZwaag earns the win on the mound, while Jimmy Murray leads Sutherland with two hits.
Get a recap of Wednesday's high school sports action as the Spencerport baseball team defeats Brockport to its third consecutive victory.
The Canandaigua softball team played well offensively and defensively in a 5-0 win over Irondequoit on Wednesday.
Braves sophomore Kaitlyn Schmeer hit a two-RBI double in the fourth inning, scoring senior Grace Thomas and junior Libby Roberts to extend the Braves' lead to 5-0. Schmeer also had added a single and a run in the third inning.
Get a recap of Tuesday's high school sports action as Victor's Tom Wagner records a pair of doubles against Rush-Henrietta to become the career leader in hits in Section 5.
Senior night festivities gave the Midlakes girls lacrosse team a big boost Tuesday night. The Screaming Eagles picked up a 6-3 win over Palmyra-Macedon in what could have been the final home game for the team’s seniors.
The Red Raiders won a match-up between the two teams 19-8 on April 29.
“We just played as a team,” Midlakes senior Maggie Notter said. “It was probably the best game we’ve ever played. It was great to come out on senior night like that.”
Thomas Robbins Jr. with his first turkey and his uncle Randy, who took him hunting.
Get a recap of Monday's high school sports action as the Mydnerse boys tennis team defeats Midalkes to win the 2013 Finger Lakes West league championship.
The Bloomfield softball team overcame a two-run deficit and picked up a win against Naples in extra innings on Monday. Bomber Olivia Rodgers scored on a passed ball in the top of the eighth inning to lift her team to a 5-4 win in a Finger Lakes West League game.
“It feels really good, we needed it,” Bombers senior Brittney Hastings said. “They beat us last time, and it felt good to step up and show them how we could play.”
The Red Jacket baseball team is one of the most experienced groups in Section 5 with nine seniors on its 14-man roster. Many of the players are in their third year on the varsity team and are looking to make the most of their last season together.
The Indians are in the hunt for a Finger Lakes West League, holding a 10-2 record with less than a week left in the regular season.
Get a recap of Friday and Saturday's high school sports action.
Two Finger Lakes Community College baseball players and head coach Sean Marren were honored by the Mid-State Athletic Conference earlier this week. Infielder Nate Eastman garnered Mid-State Athletic Conference Player of the Year honors, while teammate Joey Simmons received first team honors. Marren was named the conference’s co-coach of the year.
Buffalo Bills coach Doug Marrone is keeping his expectations in check when it comes to assessing rookie quarterback EJ Manuel.
Marrone wasn't in a position to award Manuel the starting job when the Bills drafted him in the first round out of Florida State two weeks ago. And the coach certainly didn't have a change of heart after keeping a close eye on the quarterback Friday, when the team opened a three-day rookie minicamp.
The past two weekends have been very busy for the young Bath laxers. The teams from Bath’s K-6 program have traveled to Geneva and Pal-Mac for games and some of the players participated in the Clinic for a Cause lacrosse clinic held by Cornell University.
With just a couple weeks left in the regular season, Bath Haverling got the kind of win teams need during sectionals.