HONEOYE FALLS — Visiting Batavia played very well in the second half, taking a 2-1 lead with six minutes left in regulation, only to allow a penalty kick which HF-L’s Maria Karipidis drilled home for the equalizer as the two teams eventually played to a 3-3 game during Monroe County action in Honeoye Falls Tuesday.

HF-L led early in this one as Kailey Annesi scored off an assist from Kyleigh Dudley before Batavia tied things up with 12 minutes left in the first half when Anna Varland scored off a feed from Campbell Riley to make it 1-1 at the intermission.

The sophomore Varland would put Batavia up 2-1 about 12 minutes into the second half off an assist from Mackenzie Harmon.

The PK by Karipidis sent the game into OT.

Batavia took the 3-2 lead nine minutes into overtime when Varland notched his first ever hat trick for the Lady Devils — off an assist from Olivia Halpin but with just a minute left in OT Katie Adams scored off an assist from Izabela Woloszuk to tie it up once again.

Batavia keeper Maddie Barone posted five saves while HF-L keepers Emily White (three saves) and Maeve O’Brien (six saves) combined for nine saves.

“Maddie Barone had another good game and if Batavia cleans it up we should have a strong season,” Batavia head coach Roger Hume said.

Batavia (2-0-1) will play Geneseo on Thursday at the Livonia Tournament.


Notre Dame 2, Alfred-Almond 1

Arabella Rogers and Autumn Mathisen each scored first half goals as ND edged Alfred-Almond at the Keshequa Tournament Tuesday.

Rogers scored unassisted 11 minutes in.

Mathisen added the eventual game winner with six minutes left in the first half assisted by Clairissa Milliman.

ND keeper Rebeka Nickerson posted nine saves.

The Lady Irish are 2-1 on the season.

Warsaw 11, Mt. Morris 0

Chloe Hubbard scored three goals, including her first two in the first five minutes of action, as visiting Warsaw got the easy win Tuesday.

Hubbard also added two assists for Warsaw (1-0).

Makaylah Higgins and Mattie Heim also scored twice each while both assisted on a goal.

Emma Tangemann, Peyton Cartwright, Madeline Burger and Taylor Howard also scored goals for Warsaw.

Warsaw keeper Sarah Cox picked up the shutout.

Bath 3, Geneseo 0

Meredith Czajkowski scored twice while Ella Yartym added one goal as visiting Bath blanked defending sectional champion Geneseo.

Bath keeper Lola Coots posted seven saves for the shutout.

Geneseo keeper Caroline Capel made five saves.

“We knew coming into this game Bath was going to be a very tough opponent,” Geneseo coach Nick Drollette said. “The first half I think we were flat footed and didn’t quite play our style. We made a few adjustments at the half and the second half we were able to play them 0-0 and play a much more balanced game. A lot of young players on this team got very good experience in their first varsity game tonight and that always helps to improve their abilities at this level.”

Hornell 4, Le Roy 1

Visiting Hornell got two goals apiece from Ireland Harrison and Sophie Wilkins as they defeated Le Roy Tuesday in LCAA action.

Tayghan Doorley dished out two assists for the Lady Raiders.

Hornell keeper Juliet Marino registered five saves.

Le Roy is 0-1.

York 6, Letchworth 0

Sydney Boyd scored two goals while Hailey Wilson, Adison Plank, Sydnee Emerson and Audrey Koch each netted one goal as York blanked Letchworth Tuesday.

Wilson scored the ice breaker 16 minutes into the game off an assist from Peytyn Geer, who finished with a team-best two assists.

York led 2-0 at the half.

Cierra Smith, Alyssa Bowick and Evie Smith also had assists.

York keeper Libby Voisey recorded five saves for the shutout.

Letchworth netminder Lilly Crane registered seven saves.

Keshequa 2, GV/Belfast 0

The Lady Indians defeated Genesee Valley Belfast in their first round of their tournament Tuesday.

The Indians were led by sophomore Elyse Klump who scored on a through ball from senior McKenzie Gillen.

Gillen would then score off a corner kick from junior Julia Wilkins for the insurance goal.

Junior keeper Aurora Sabins had one save for the shutout.

Keshequa will play in the championship game Thursday night against Norte Dame.

Avon 2, Livonia 1

Livonia’s Kylie Buckley scored six minutes into the game off an assist from Isabelle Vinci put the Lady Bulldogs couldn’t hold on as they fell just short at Avon Tuesday, despite outshooting the Lady Braves 12-4.

Livonia keeper Mark Kwak made four saves for the Bulldogs (1-3-0).

Avon is 3-0-0.

Pavilion 6, Lima Christian 2

Ella Tillotson and Lia Lombardo each netted two goals as Pavilion ousted L-C in non league action Tuesday.

Tillotson scored both her goals in the first half.

Kylie Conway and Lily Beardsley also scored goals for the Lady Gophers.

Pavilion keeper Ella Conway posted two saves.

Holley 2, Kendall 1

Samantha Bates and Emma Quintern both scored second half goals as Holley squeezed out the GR victory.

Bates opened the second half scoring off an assist from Jailyn Bishop.

Quintern scored unassisted just two minutes later to make it 2-0.

Emma Brady cut the deficit in half off an assist from Jailyn Bishop.

Holley keeper Layne Walker would tighten up and not allow any other goals as she finished with six saves.

Kendall keeper Kailie Regan finished with 15 saves.

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