DUNDEE — It had been two years since Dundee had played at Scotsmen Field and Saturday, the Scottmen returned to their home turf with teammates…
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LYONS — Solid pitching by Zoe Swann and a strong defensive performance helped sixth-seeded Lyons hold Perry/Mt. Morris to one run in a 5-1 Sec…
HONEOYE FALLS — The No. 2 Palmyra-Macedon girls soccer team is on its way to the Section V Class B championship game after a 1-0 win over No. 3 Livonia on Tuesday night.
Abie LaRocca scored a goal midway through the first half off an assist from CC Scheik and the Pal-Mac defense would make that score stand up.
Felicity Brockhuizen stopped four shots for Pal-Mac, which outshot Livonia by a 9-7 count in the win.
“I’ll be honest. I thought Livonia was the better team tonight, but we put one of our chances in, and our keeper had a great game,” said Mike Karns.
Pal-Mac will take on No. 1 Hornell in the sectional final on Friday night. The location has not been determined as of press time.
HENRIETTA — South Seneca coach Heather Mott didn’t recognize her team through the first 16 minutes of Saturday’s Class C2 girls final against Perry.
SHORTSVILLE — A lot of hard work earned South Seneca’s Luke MacIntosh a second straight trip to the podium this weekend.