GREECE — The visiting Marcus Whitman girls lacrosse team had eight different players find the back of the net as they picked up a 15-6 win over Greece Athena-Odyssey on Thursday.

Emily Thompson led the way for Whitman as she scored four goals. Abbie Alvord had three goals and one assist and both Ellie Nemitz and Charlotte Alvord scored twice for the Wildcats.

Whitman would also get a goal and an assist from Cameron James, while Jordan Knapp, Kelsey Tiffany and Emily Paddock also scored.

Liz Cooley stopped three shots and Alyssa Chase made one save for the Wildcats.

Emily Benham led Greece with three goals and one assist.

In other girls lacrosse action:

FINGER LAKES

Pal-Mac 17, Geneva 4

GENEVA — Aldyn Savage had three goals and three assists to lead Pal-Mac to the win.

Emma Arnold had three goals and two assists for Pal-Mac.

Anna Leva added three assists and two goals for the Red Raiders, who got eight saves from Sophia Leva.

Geneva was led by Meghan Sands and Lauren DeVaney with two goals each. Hailey Fulton made five saves in goal for the Panthers.

NON-LEAGUE

Newark 6, Gates Chili 5

NEWARK — Katie Thoms had two goals and one assist to lead Newark to the win.

Grace Gajan had two goals and both Caitlin Chopan and Alivia Moore scored one goal for the Reds, who also got an assist from Hayley Godfrey.

Newark’s Alexis Horn stopped 10 shots in goal.

Boys

FINGER LAKES

Geneva 20, Newark 0

NEWARK — Sam Miller scored four times and added two assists to lead the Panthers to the win.

Quinn Eighmey added three goals and two assists and Michael DeVaney had two goals and three assists for Geneva.

The Panthers would get two goals and one assist from both Dugan Doeblin and Blake Knifley, while Jagger Kerr chipped in two goals.

Geneva goalie Jake Drennan made eight saves in the win.

Wayne 13, Waterloo 1

WATERLOO — Jon Ecker scored four times and Kurtis Lash added three goals to lead the Eagles over Waterloo.

Andre Pinkard led Waterloo with one goal.

Pal-Mac 22, Bloomfield/Honeoye 2

PALMYRA — Bryan Burger scored five times and also had three assists as Pal-Mac cruised to the win.

Pal-Mac would also get four goals and two assists from Grady Arnold, while Kasey Galina had four goals and one assist and James Blazey scored three times.

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