GENEVA — The Geneva boys soccer team handed Waterloo a season-opening defeat in the Panthers’ Willie Rago Memorial tournament.

The Indians’ return to Ontario County Tuesday night didn’t go well, either.

Geneva continued its recent surge with a 4-0 Finger Lakes East victory at Loman Stadium.

Kaya Para scored Geneva’s first goal 12 minutes into the opening half. Fadly Kafrawi doubled the lead 4 minutes before halftime. Kafrawi, who also notched an assist, found his scoring touch again just 1 minute into the second half.

Mason Rusinko completed the scoring 17 minutes after the break, assisted by Jordan Myer.

Senior goalkeeper Mitch Burrall made 3 saves for Geneva (5-4, 3-2), which had beaten Greece Olympia 4-1 Monday afternoon. Dillon MCann piled up 14 saves for the Indians (1-7, 0-6).

In other East games Tuesday:

Pal-Mac 4, Mynderse 1

SENECA FALLS — Nick Sapienza netted a pair of first-half goals to power league-leading Palmyra-Macedon (5-2, 5-0).

Griffin Herron logged a first-half goal for the Blue Devils (5-2, 3-2), heading a corner from Jared Hartwell into the net.

Wayne 3, Penn Yan 0

PENN YAN — Wayne’s Cullen Bock scored twice in the early stages of the opening half to lead the Eagles. Joe Camp finished the scoring 30 minutes into the match.

Matt Gentile assisted on two goals.

Penn Yan netminder Mason MacKerchar amassed 13 saves. Oliver Connelly relieved him in the second half and added 2 stops.


Midlakes 1, Newark 0

PHELPS — Defense was a key component in the Screaming Eagles’ victory: Winning ’keeper Alondra Jones made 12 saves.

Midlakes’ Kate Mahoney scored the lone goal off a corner kick from Hannah Galloway in the 64th minute.

Newark’s Bailey McCormick totaled 15 saves.


Pal-Mac 3, Waterloo 0

WATERLOO — The Indians (0-5, 0-7) gave Palmyra-Macedon (3-1, 4-1) a better test than their records suggest, falling 25-20, 25-19, and 25-22.

Waterloo junior Jillian Panek led the way defensively with 13 digs. Sophomore Maddy DeFrancesco chalked up 12 digs. Up front, senior Emily Miracle poked 5 kills.

Wayne 3, Geneva 0

ONTARIO — Maddie Chacchia served 10 aces and rang up 12 digs to spark division-leading Wayne (5-2, 4-0) to the sweep. The scores were 25-11, 25-16 and 25-15.

Tessa Edwards powered the Eagles up front with 6 kills.

Lauren DeVaney pounded 5 kills and 4 blocks for the Panthers (4-2, 2-2). Maria Silva distributed 8 assists. Sophia Cook chipped in with 2 kills and 2 digs.


Penn Yan 4, Aquinas 0

ROCHESTER — The Pullen sisters prevailed in abbreviated singles matches for the Mustangs. In matches consisting of an 8-game pro set, Molly beat Anna Rankin, while Claire took down Camryn Zeitvogel.

In doubles, the duos of Abby Garvey/Sydney Moravec and Sam Denson/Jayden Hollister received forfeits.

Naples 5, Newark 0

NAPLES — Chloe Wright, Kara Cusson and Kharyl Judith swept singles for the Big Green.

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