HORNELL – The Red Raiders of Hornell just needed one goal to end their season on a high note, as they sent their seniors out in style at Maple City Park with an early first half goal that fueled a 1-0 shutout over visiting Perry on Friday.

Chase Freeland picked up the goal for the Red Raiders (8-5-3), with Braeden Caruso dishing the assist to give the hosts the lead for good for an offense that earned seven shots on goal.

Tanner Stutzman recorded 13 saves in net for Hornell, which ends the regular season having won three straight games.

Bishop Kearney 3, Wellsville 0

IRONDEQUOIT – TJ Tytler netted a pair of second half goals to help BK pull away from Wellsville with a 3-0 win.

“This is respectable for the quality teams we’ve played,” Wellsville coach Dana Hand said. “Their record isn’t indicative of their play, they’re on the same level as Bath. We could’ve had a couple more games go more in our favor but injuries decimated us towards the end as they do with everyone. We will see what our efforts bring us this weekend to make a run.”

Gage Caldwell picked up seven saves for the Lions, as they finish regular season play with a 6-9-1 record.

Bath-Haverling 3, Mount Morris 2

BATH – Haverling edged Mount Morris 3-2 in overtime Friday as Keefer Calkins netted the game-winning goal with a minute left in the first overtime on an assist from Nick Strong.

Thomas Binkowski had a goal and an assist for the Rams and Sam Arnts had a goal. Cameron Regal and Collin Young scored for Mount Morris. The Blue Devils led 1-0 at halftime before Haverling stormed back.

With the win, the Rams finish their season a perfect 16-0 for the first time in 20 years.

"It’s fun for the kids, but now we’ll get ready for sectional play," Haverling head coach Matt Hill said.

Jasper-Troupsburg 3, Bradford 0

JASPER – Allesandro Sozzani helped Jasper-Troupsburg end the season strong, as he connected with Devon Hawkins for the team's first goal at the 17th minute mark to set the tone on a 3-0 home shutout of Bradford to end the regular season at 14-1-1 on Friday.

Lance Baumgarner and Aaron Flint each chipped in with a goal for the Wildcats in their 16-shot effort against the Braves. Weston Hayes made five saves for the hosts in the shutout, while Tyler Spina made 13 saves for the Braves (11-5).

Keshequa 4, Dansville 2

DANSVILLE – Riley Rease was unstoppable Keshequa, which closed out the regular season strong behind Rease's hat trick in a 4-2 win over host Dansville on Friday.

Rease collected his first goal on a feed from Hunter Zangerle two minutes in. Rease later added his final two goals in a three-minute span to give Keshequa (10-6) the lead for good. Hudson Vasile and Reese Powers had the assists on the last two goals, while Powers added a goal of his own late in the first half from Aidan Wood.

"We've been able to score in almost every game that we play, unfortunately Keshequa scored a few more than us and they definitely deserved the win tonight,” said Dansville coach Steve French. 

Andrew Vogler handed out both assists on Dansville's (5-9-1) goals from Jacob Avery and Sven Barth. Nick Camuto made nine saves for the Mustangs.

Way-Co 3, Cal-Mum 0

COHOCTON – It was scoreless at the half at the Cohocton Sports Complex, but host Wayland-Cohocton changed it all up in the second half, scoring three unanswered goals to power their 3-0 shutout of Caledonia-Mumford on Friday.

All three goals for the Eagles (4-11-1) were scored in an eight minute span, as Jaden Rocha, Kevin Klimm and Asher Fox picked up the tallies for the hosts. Wayland-Cohocton totaled nine shots on goal, with James Carman making nine stops to preserve the shutout.

Belfast 3, Houghton 2

FILLMORE – In a battle of this year’s Allegany County Division II co-champions, Houghton Academy got the game’s first jump to take the lead at the half. But the Bulldogs brought it together in the second half to pull ahead for good with a 3-2 win on Friday.

Ayo Banwo got the Panthers (10-4-1) up early behind his 10th goal of the season. They held the lead until Belfast (13-2-1) scored three of the final four goals of the game to take the lead away for good.

Adam Enders led the charge with a goal and assist, while Matt Weaver and McKenzie Cox added a goal each. Shayer Khan helped the Houghton cause with a goal of his own.

In net, Devin Harriger picked up the win with eight saves, while Chris Habecker had four for the Panthers.

Cuba-Rushford 2, Genesee Valley 1 (OT)

BELMONT – The Jaguars had the lead all game long on Friday at Judy Bliven Field. But with two seconds left in the game, the momentum shifted for good.

Caden Larabee netted the game-tying goal with seconds to spare, and Malik Ghirri ended it for the Rebels past the midway point of the first overtime period to give them the 2-1 comeback win over Genesee Valley.

“It was the worst case scenario,” said GV coach Ryan McKnight. “There was about 12 seconds left on the clock, and we had the pressure going good. They got a goal kick, and the boys felt like that was the game. It wasn’t. They took advantage of the two seconds left.”

In a game that saw 34 shots taken on goal, the Jaguars (7-8-1) held the advantage by an 18-16 count. Hunter Jones gave the hosts the lead through nearly 80 minutes of play, making an unassisted run to the net for his fifth goal of the season with 10 minutes left in the first half.

The Rebels answered with a pair of Kaden Moyer assists on back-to-back goals for the Rebels (6-7-2) that tied and won the game to end their season on a strong note.

In goal, Connor Whitney took the win behind six saves, while Keegan McKnight had eight for Genesee Valley.

Canisteo-Greenwood 2, Alfred-Almond 1

CANISTEO – Alfred-Almond picked up the lead at the break, but in the second half, Canisteo-Greenwood took over, as Corey Barker and Carter France were the heroes for the Redskins, scoring back-to-back goals in just under a minute to give them the 2-1 come-from-behind win on the final day of regular season action on Friday.

Dylan Coots provided the game's first tally for Alfred-Almond (9-7), making an unassisted run to the net with just under 10 minutes left in the first half. The Redskins (3-11-2) changed course in the second half, and stuck right with the Eagles until the 76th and 77th minutes when Barker and France gave them the lead the rest of the game. Barker had the assist on France's goal, while Dawson Jackson added an assist.

Alfred-Almond managed to narrowly outshoot Canisteo-Greenwood by a 12-11 count, with Austin Swackhamer making five saves. Dylyn Bailey had 10 saves for the Redskins.

Addison 3, Arkport/Canaseraga 1

ADDISON – Mikah Hoyt scored the lone goal for the Wolves in a 3-1 loss to Addison. Arkport/Canaseraga wraps up an even 8-8 on the regular season. 

Hinsdale 4, Friendship 2

FRIENDSHIP – Spencer Sklar will finish up as Section V’s leading goalscorer at the end of the regular season a second straight year, as he netted all four of Hinsdale’s goals, three coming in the first half in their 4-2 win over host Friendship on Friday.

Sklar enters the Sectional tournament with 38 goals for the Bobcats (6-9-1), five more than Avoca’s LaDre Stanford, who finished with 33 goals. Kuzma Harmon and Austin Musslewhite spoiled the shutout for Friendship (5-10), recording a second half goal each. Alex Smith provided an assist.

GIRLS SOCCER

Canisteo-Greenwood 2, Arkport/Canaseraga 0

ARKPORT – It was a tight battle at the Melody J. Harwood Soccer Complex on Friday, but in the late stages of the second half, Canisteo-Greenwood managed to come through with a pair of goals in a three-minute span to come away victorious with a 2-0 shutout of the Lady Wolves.

Allie Smith picked up the first goal at the 31st minute for the Lady Redskins (12-4), before Elizabeth Roach followed up with one of her own to secure the victory for good. Both goals came unassisted.

In goal, Gretchen Hendrickson made six saves to solidify the shutout for Canisteo-Greenwood, while Elizabeth Buisch had 15 stops for the Lady Wolves (5-9).

Belfast 2, Cuba-Rushford 0

BELFAST – Belfast concluded the regular season strong on Friday with a 2-0 shutout over Cuba-Rushford under the lights.

Hanah Helms gave the Lady Bulldogs (5-10-1) the 1-0 lead at the half with her 16th goal of the season off an Isabelle Male feed. Cierra Wallace followed up with a goal of her own with just over 10 minutes left in the game to lock up the victory for good.

“Finally we put together 80 solid minutes, and we ended the regular season great. We’re going in as the four seed in Class D2, and hopefully that helps us,” said Belfast coach Jim Schneider.

Addison Male earned the shutout for Belfast, stopping four shots. Tara Duvall made 10 saves for the Lady Rebels (1-14).

Alfred-Almond 4, Campbell-Savona 1

CAMPBELL – Amy Evingham recorded a pair of goals, while Olivia Ormsby chipped in with a pair of assists as they led Alfred-Almond to a strong finish to the regular season with a 4-1 win at Campbell-Savona on Friday.

The Lady Eagles (10-4) scored a pair of goals in each half of play, with Maeve Looney leading the way with a goal and helper each. Nora Looney chipped in with a first half goal, while Emily Agnello handed out an assist. Campbell-Savona found the back of the net in the final two minutes of play, as Corinne Morris received a Leah Robie feed from center.

In goal, Morgan Davidson picked up the victory for Alfred-Almond behind four saves.

Jasper-Troupsburg 5, Scio 0

JASPER – Taryn Hayes recorded a hat trick for the Lady Wildcats on Friday, as they went on to close out the season with a 5-0 shutout of visiting Scio.

Emily McCaig and Kathryn Groff each added a goal for the Lady Wildcats (7-9), while Valicity Gavitt had an assist. Taylor Aldrich picked up the shutout of the Lady Tigers (5-11) in goal.

Avoca/Bradford 7, Lima Christian 2

AVOCA – Alexis Weldy was simply unstoppable for Avoca/Bradford, as she continued her goalscoring tear with four more for the Lady Tigers in their 7-2 rout of visiting Lima Christian on Friday.

Delaney Stowe added a goal and assist to help the cause for Avoca/Bradford (14-2). Roxie Ross and Stephenie Longwell each found the net once, while Maria Antonio, Alivia Phenes, Shauna Pimm and Samantha Welch all handed out assists.

Kirsta Sleve and Jolien Gay combined to record a three save effort for the Lady Tigers.

Way-Co 3, Naples 0

COHOCTON – All it took was just three minutes to set a tone. Wayland-Cohocton did just that with Ayslinn Holbrook's goal from Madison Gregorius, as the Lady Eagles came out swinging and picked up the 3-0 shutout at home over the Lady Big Green of Naples on Friday.

Ashley Page added a second first half goal for Wayland-Cohocton (5-10) by making an unassisted run to the net with nearly 10 minutes left to play. The Lady Eagles put the game away just four minutes into the new half, as Mackenzie Kota buried a Delaney Brehm feed home.

In goal, Hannah James recorded the shutout behind seven saves.

VOLLEYBALL

Genesee Valley 3, Fillmore 0

BELMONT – Emma Petrichick led the charge at the net, providing 17 big assists to pace Genesee Valley to a huge straight set win over visiting Fillmore, earning the 26-24, 25-22, 25-18 decision on Friday.

Lexi Deichmann led the offensive effort for Genesee Valley (14-2), collecting seven kills and two aces. Hailey Herring had six kills and two blocks.

“This match could have easily gone five sets, but the girls found ways to win points when it really mattered,” said GV coach Jake Bannerman. “I have never seen them so focused and determined, with our whole team having such positive energy the whole time. Our girls simply did not let the ball hit the floor without someone diving or running after it. Fillmore really put the pressure on, but the girls were able to do enough to win.”

Fillmore (11-4) was led by Erin Mawn, who had 21 assists to pair with her 12 digs and two aces. Tayler Bedow chimed in with seven kills, six digs, two blocks and one ace.

Houghton 3, Belfast 0

HOUGHTON – Martina Ni recorded 14 kills to go with two aces and one block in a sweep of Belfast by a 25-18, 25-10, 25-7 count on Friday.

Abagail Phillips added five aces and four kills for Houghton (6-5). Carissa Hilsher had 21 assists to go with five aces, one dig and one kill. Ali Tucker added five aces and four kills. 

Belfast (5-7) was led by Ashley Estabrook, who had five digs, three aces and two kills. Jadyn Golden had six dig, and three aces. Rachel Marsh had two aces and one dig.

Hornell 3, Wayland-Cohocton 0

HORNELL — Hornell improved to 6-7 with a 3-0 sweep of Wayland-Cohocton.

Maggie Shepard had eight points and 16 assists to pace the Red Raiders. Lexi Hooker added 10 points and five kills, while Taylor Davis had nine points, and two kills

For Way-Co, Amber Babcock had 13 digs.