AVON — When Tony Patti, Avon’s 11th year head boys soccer coach was asked following Wednesday night’s 1-0 victory over Cal-Mum, how he felt about this season, it was a simple response.

“I feel blessed.”

Sparked by Carson Williams’ direct kick goal late in the first half, Avon earned the season sweep over Cal-Mum this season.

It was Williams’ team-leading 15th goal of the year.

Avon defeated Cal-Mum 2-1 in their first meeting.

Avon keeper Christopher Kashorek posted seven saves for the clean sheet — his fifth of the year and third straight.

“This team makes me feel super proud,” coach Patti said. “They have all worked so hard to get to this point. They have put in the time and effort. We’ve had six football players join us this season and that has worked out very well. Those kids have made us better, both in games and by working hard in practice. They are all great kids that have really come together well as a team.”

The victory for Avon improved their record to 10-2 heading into next week’s Class C1 tourney which the Braves could get the No. 2 seed and a quarterfinal home game.

Despite the loss, Cal-Mum finished the regular season 7-4-1 and could also earn a No. 2 seed in Class C2 with a first round home game.

Genesee Region

ATTICA 3, HOLLEY 3 (OT) Sophomore Simon Lamparelli scored all three goals for Attica during their GR tie with visiting Holley Wednesday.

Lamparelli scored twice in the first half and netted his hat trick after the intermission, his team-leading 13th goal of the year.

The game was tied at 2-2 at the half.

Attica took a 3-2 lead on Lamparelli’s third goal but Holley was able to force overtime on a direct kick from Nathan Nothnagle.

The teams traded good scoring chances during the two overtimes, but each goalie was up to the task.

Evan Dickhut dished out two assists while Andrew Newell assisted on one for the Blue Devils, who are 8-2-2.

Attica will finish the regular season at Wheatland-Chili Friday. Holley is 9-2-1.

Livingston Conference

KESHEQUA 7, BISHOP KEARNEY 2

Most nights, junior midfielder Reese Powers is in a giving mood with his Section V-leading 17 assists this fall.

But on Wednesday night, Powers was in the mood to knock some through.

Powers scored three goals and dished out one assist as Keshequa finished their regular season 13-1 following their non league blowout win over B-K in Nunda.

Aidan Wood, Riley Rease, Jake Schiano, and Avery Strobel also scored goals while Rease dished out three assists as well.

Wood, Trey Learn, and Jordon Luther also contributed assists for the Indians, who are expected to be a tough out in the upcoming Section V Class D1 bracket.

WAY-CO 5, LETSAW 0

Better not overlook this Way-Co team come sectional time, they are rolling under head coach Brent Owens, a Letchworth grad.

Michael Gammell, Brogan Cotter, Jaden Rocha and Markus Brehm all scored goals as Way-Co (5-7) posted their third victory in the last four games, and did so in dominating fashion over a LetSaw squad that blasted the Golden Eagles 9-4 in their first meeting of the season.

Gammell and Cotter scored first half goals while Jaden Rocha and Brehm added post intermission scores.

Cotter, Brehm, and Titan and Jaden Rocha also added assists.

LetSaw fell to 6-6.

LIVONIA 6, DANSVILLE 1

Shane Melead scored two goals while Jackson McEnerney, Shawn Minnehan, Jack Donnelly and Connor Feehan all split the posts once as Livonia defeated visiting Dansville Wednesday night.

Coach Ray Maxwell’s “Man of the Match” honors went to Bryce Hoang.

Melead leads Livonia with 11 goals this season.

Dansville’s goal came off a 25 yard blast from Tyler Harris which Maxwell described as “an incredible strike.”

Livonia finishes their regular season 11-2 and is expected to be the No. 2 seed in Class B1 sectionals.

Dansville is 0-11.

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