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Quarters: All Top Seeds Move on Except One

DAY IN REVIEW: MONDAY - There were 7 games played today and all of them were won by the high seeded teams except for one. In Class C, Livonia-Avon, HFL, and Geneva will join Pal-Mac who had a bye in the quarters. In Class D, Aquinas, Marcus Whitman, Penn Yan and Mynderse won their games. Marcus Whitman (#5) defeated Bloomfield-Honeoye (#4) 10-6.

Haverling at AQNEXT UP for Class C: Livonia-Avon (#4) vs Pal-Mac (#1) and Geneva (#3) vs HFL (#2) on Wednesday.

NEXT UP for Class D: Marcus Whitman (#5) vs Aquinas (#1) and Mynderse (3) vs Penn Yan (#2) on Wednesday.

HAVERLING-2 at AQUINAS-19 - Seven different players scored goals for Aquinas including freshman midfielder Mike Martell who scored his first Varsity goal and sophomore attackman Jake Guggino (5g-3a), sophomore attackman Tano Auriuso (6g-1a), and junior attackman Noah Olbrich (3g-2a). Scoring for Haverling were junior offensiveman Gavin Price (1g), senior attackman Cameron Boyer (1g), and sophomore Warren McCormick (1a). Rams sophomore goalie McLane Stermole reached his 500th save with his 15 saves (511svs)   [ BOX SCORE]   - - More images in the photo gallery.

Haverling at AQMIDLAKES-RED JACKET-8 at MYNDERSE-19 - Nine different players scored goals for Mynderse (11-6) including  Griffin Hilimire (7g-5a), senior midfielder Dylan Tandle (3g-1a), and junior attackman Jack Brady (3g-0a).  There was no report from Midlakes-Red Jacket (6-11) at post-time.    [ BOX SCORE

NEWARK-3 at GENEVA-19 - Geneva extended their winning streak to nine wins (13-4) as nine different players scored goals including Freshman midfielder Alex Pesante who scored his first Varsity goal, sophomore attackman Ryland Dunham (8g), senior midfielder Jeremy Askin (1g-2a), junior midfielder Max Heieck (2g-1a), freshman attackman Jack Dunham (2g-1a), and freshman midfielder Max Delgado (2a). Askin won 15+/1- = 94%, and freshman Alex Pesante won 7+/3- = 70%. Geneva goalie Paul Williams had 7s/3ga = 70% (48 mins). Scoring for Newark (6-10) were sophomore attackman John Camblin (2g), sophomore offensiveman Sam Underhill (1g-1a), and senior attackman Devon Bulman (1a). Newark senior goalie Thomas Kirnie reached his 400th save with his 11 saves (407svs).   [ BOX SCORE

Haverling at AQBATAVIA-NOTRE DAME-1 at HFL-19 - Twelve different players scored goals for HFL including five players who scored their first Varsity goal: Ethan Troung, Jayden Hillegeer, Jackson Coon, Lucas Gould, and Alexander Meisenzahl. Others on the offensive list include senior attackman Chase Perryman (1g-3a), senior midfielder Rowan Lyle (3g-1a), freshman attackman Grady Goodberlet (3g), junior offensiveman Mathew Brassie (2g-1a), senior midfielder Zack Zollo (2g-1a), and senior face off midfielder Drew Angelo (2g) who won 2+/0- = 100%, and junior Carsen Montone with 15+/6- = 71%. Leading the scoring for Batavia-Notre Dame were junior Jon Smith (1g), and junior attackman Kayla Richenberg (1a).    [ BOX SCORE

WAYNE-9 at LIVONIA-AVON-14 - The Lakers scored four goals in each of the first three quarters while in their goal junior goalie Colton Rose (13s/9ga = 59% ) recorded his 200th save in a single season which is a record for the Lakers. Leading the scoring for Livonia-Avon (10-7) were 8th grade offensiveman Brayden Arber (5g), junior offensiveman Max McEnerney (3g-2a), sophomore offensiveman Nikolai Hanna (2g-1a), and junior offensiveman Henry Walters (2g). Facing off for Livonia-Avon was junior Joey Cinquino with 11+/4- = 73%, and freshman Rider VanZandt with 10+/2- = 83%.  There was no report from Wayne (7-10) at post-time.    [ BOX SCORE]   - - More images in the photo gallery.

Haverling at AQMARCUS WHITMAN-10 at BLOOMFIELD-HONEOYE-6 - In the single upset of the tournament so far, the Wildcats had a five goal second quarter that made the difference. This dispite a three-goal surge by the Pride in just under two minutes in the last quarter took them within two goals. Leading the scoring for Marcus Whitman (8-9) were sophomore midfielder Tariku Blueye (4g), senior midfielder Melkamu Blueye (2g-1a), and senior attackman Teague Gallogly (2g). Facing off for Marcus Whitman was sophomore Cullen Kephart with 9+/8- = 53%. In the goal was sophomore Tyler Speers with 13s/6ga = 68% (48 mins). Leading the scoring for Bloomfield-Honeoye (8-9) were senior offensiveman Jonathan Nelson (2g-1a), junior midfielder Tyler Bruder (2g), and sophomore offensiveman Caleb Beadnell (1a).    [ BOX SCORE

Haverling at AQGANANDA-0 at PENN YAN-19 - Nine different players scored goals for Penn Yan including freshman attackman Cole Branach who scored his first Varsity goal in the game. Leading the scoring for Penn Yan (11-5) were junior midfielder Teagan Fingar (4g-2a), sophomore attackman Tukker Fisher (3g-2a), freshman attackman Cole Branach (1g-4a), and sophomore midfielder Braden Fingar (3g-1a). Penn Yan was freshman goalie Jaxon Jensen had 2s/0ga = 100% (24 mins), freshman Miles Ditzell had 1s/0ga = 100% (12 mins), and sophomore Aiden Griffiths had 1s/0ga = 100% (12 mins). There was no report from Gananda (5-12) at post-time.    [ BOX SCORE