Canandaigua Over Hilton, McQ Wins GRALL Title

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Tuesday: DAY IN REVIEW: With a 13-9 win over Aquinas, McQuaid Jesuit (12-3) won the GRALL Championship tonight. Aquinas took an early lead, but the Knights came back to a 3-3 tie by then end of the first quarter and then never lost the lead. Ryan McEvily led with 4g-1a and Jack Bilitier added 3g. Jon Gaglio made 12 saves for McQuaid Jesuit including 7 in the second Quarter. McQuaid Jesuit ends the regular season with a 12-3 record. Full Story

Fairport Takes Out Penfield

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Monday: DAY IN REVIEW: Fairport scored first and never trailed in a game they could be replayed in the next two weeks. This time the Red Raiders led 3-1 after the first quarter and ended up with an 8-3 win at home. Full Story

Week in Review: Week 7

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It is hard to imagine, but we are entering the final week of regular season games. The last games will be played on Friday and the tournaments will begin on May 21st. Two hundred and forty-seven games have been played thus far. Sixty-four (of seventy-three out of Section games scheduled) have been played. Section five teams have won forty-five (70%). Victor, Thomas, HF-L, Gananda and McQuaid Jesuit continue at the top of their leagues. Full Story

Schroeder over Hilton

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Saturday: DAY IN REVIEW: With the end of the regular season less than a week away, thirteen games were played today. Among the close ones were Irondequoit over Spencerport, Thomas over Baldwinsville, Gates Chili over the Pride, Schroeder over Hilton and Penn Yan over St. Joseph. Full Story

Penfield and Canandaigua Win

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Friday: DAY IN REVIEW: Section Five picked up two more out of section wins against Section 6 teams tonight as Canandaigua beat Hamburg 9-4 and Penfield beat West Seneca East 16-7. Junior attackman Jack Johnson started the scoring in Canandaigua and finsihed with 3g-1a. Mark Belles, also a junior attackman added 1g-3a for the Braves. Full Story

McDermott Leads Brighton to Victory

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Brighton scored six unanswered goals in the third quarter to pull away from Spencerport.  The Barons won 18-11 after the Rangers scored the final two goals.  Brighton was led in scoring by Brady McDermott with 6g-3a.  The first goal of the game was scored only 0:25 into play with B. McDermott finding Shea McDonald open on the crease after a fast-break down the field. Full Story

Irondequoit over McQuaid, Pittsford over Hilton

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Thursday: DAY IN REVIEW: There were thirteen games played today with a mix of close ones and mismatches. Full Story

Players of the Week - Group 5

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This week we honor a sophomore from Fairport and a senior from Victor. Full Story

Warriors Win Second Straight OT Game

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Connor Ball scored an unassisted goal 1:13 into the first overtime period to give Webster Schroeder their second straight overtime line.  The Warriors defeated Webster Thomas 11-10 in the inter-district match.  The game was back and forth for its entirety; the score was never further apart than a two goal difference. Full Story

Pittsford and Schroeder Win OT games

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Tuesday: DAY IN REVIEW: There were most certainly a lot of exciting games played in the section today that included four one-goal games, two in overtime. Pittsford beat Brighton in overtime and Schroeder won the battle in Webster in overtime. The Finger Lakes Tournament began today with three good matchups. Full Story

 

Other Stories of Interest

2017 Season Wrap Up

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Section V lacrosse lost a team during the season (UPrep) to low numbers and injuries so the Section ended the season with thirty-six team. The session ended with 955 Varsity boys playing. Full Story

US Lacrosse Rochester Hall of Fame Class of 2017

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The Greater Rochester Chapter of US Lacrosse held their twenty-fifth Hall of Fame dinner Friday night at the Burgundy Basin Inn in Pittsford. Full Story

Boys and Girls Lacrosse Continue to Grow

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The NFHS (National Federation of State High School Associations) released their annual participation statistics last month that shows that participation in High School sports has, for the twenty-eighth time, increased again. The report states that almost eight million students play on interscholastic athletic teams, which is up by about 95,000 players in the last year. Full Story

 


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