ATTICA — The Attica/Alexander boy’s soccer team is hitting their stride.
A/A improved to a perfect 6-0 on the season with the 6-0 road victory over Pembroke Tuesday night in Genesee Region action at Alumni Field.
Senior Simon Lamparelli is not only fast on the track but also quick on the turf as it took him only three minutes to put A/A up 1-0 when he scored off a Joe Parkhurst assist.
Lamparelli would finish with another hat trick on the night as he added another first half goal and also scored after the intermission to raise his season total to 16 goals on the year.
Four other players scored goals for A/A including Brandon Beal and Jonah Clark in the first half and Brayden King and Josh Kubik in the second half.
Ryan Meides was in a giving mood as he dished out three assists while Clark and Carter Gorski added one.
The senior Meides leads the team with nine assists.
“Solid efforts tonight by Parker Savidge, Wyatt Brymann, Bailey Burdett, Owen Strzelec, and Bradley Burdett,” head coach John Dickhut said. “Our team is performing at a very high level right now. Lots of people will see the stats, and put an immediate focus on Simon’s goals. His contributions are essential to our success, but all of our players play a critical role in the team’s achievements.”
A/A has a big road game coming up at Holley Thursday.
“(Holley) has always been a top program, and traveling to play at their place always presents a challenge,” coach Dickhut added. “Next week will also be a tough schedule with games against Bergen and Kendall early in the week. Hopefully, the boys stay focused, and continue to work hard.”
Dansville 3, Cal-Mum 2
Abram Barron, Tyler Harris and DJ Lamonte scored for Dansville as the Mustangs nipped C-M.
Lamonte’s game winner in the second half came off a header from a Harris corner kick.
Jacob Wiley and Logan Karn both scored for Cal-Mum as Kadan Vanelli assisted on both goals.
“It was a great night of soccer tonight,” Dansville coach Steven French said. “The first game between the two teams earlier this season was decided by a one goal game, this game it was different. Excellent play by our keeper Cameron Delaney and our senior leaders on the team. Man of the match is DJ LaMonte scoring the winning goal off a wonderful header.”
Geneseo 1, Dansville 0
Visiting Geneseo got a goal at the 53-minute mark from junior Maddie Mark as the Lady Devils earned the hard-fought LCAA road victory on the turf at Dansville Tuesday.
Geneseo keeper Caroline Capel posted the clean sheet with two saves.
Dansville’s Emma Butters made 11 stops.
Geneseo is 6-1 while Dansville fell to 5-2.
“We played pretty well but their keeper earned her money tonight for sure,” Geneseo coach Nick Drollette said. “We had a number of opportunities that were blocked by defenders or their keeper made a good save. Finally, Maddie was able to cash in for us in that second half. We did a good job of limiting their offensive opportunities and in the end all we needed was the one.”
Way-Co 3, Perry 1
Madelyn Cartwright scored two goals and added one assist as Way-Co as beat Perry Tuesday.
Cartwright scored with four minutes left in the first half and then scored midway through the second half.
Emily King also scored for Way-Co early in the second half assisted by Cartwright.
Brooke Kwiecien scored Perry’s lone goal assisted by Courtney Westfall.
Way-Co keeper Mackenzie Pickard made 15 saves for the Lady Eagles while Aurora Berry stopped 11 shots for Perry.
Livonia 2, Avon 0
Hannah Weldy scored with 11 minutes left in the first half while teammate Emily Foley scored after the intermission as host Livonia blanked Avon in LCAA crossover action Tuesday.
Esther Slocum had the assist on Foley’s goal.
Livonia keeper Mary Kwak and Avon netminder Alissa Kaufmann both had eight saves.
“Eliza Parker and Avery Bernard were outstanding playmakers,” Livonia coach Jen Bugbee said. “We made many passing combinations through the midfield in order to make progress toward the goal.”
Livonia is 3-2-1 while Avon slipped to 1-5-0.
Bath 125, Dansville 93
Dansville swam well but Bath’s overall depth played a factor during swimming action Tuesday in Bath.
Ella Frazer led Dansville once again with two victories including the 200 Free and 500 Free while Kaitlyn Lee added a victory in the 100 Back.
Frazer, Lee and Haidyn Scollon and Abby Kendall were also victorious in the 400 Free Relay.
According to head coach Chris Everett, Scollon stole the show with personal bests in three out of her four events — dropping almost eight seconds in her 200 Free, over 26 seconds in her 500 Free, and almost a second in her 100 Free.
“These times put her within seconds of her first sectional cut,” coach Everett said. “This Thursday she will have another shot at qualifying in all three.”
Letchworth-Perry 60, Hornell 45
Letchworth’s Sidney Simmons blew away her previous six-dive scores with a first place finish of 274.28 as she helped L/P to the victory.
L/P placed first in the 200 Medley Relay with the team of Isabelle Talley, Emma McLaughlin, Keira Weber, and Abigail Rockcastle with a time of 2:25.54.
Perry’s Abigail Rockcastle won the 200 Free (2:32.76) and qualified for sectionals in the 100 Breast (1:28.87).
Perry’s Keira Weber also qualified with a first place finish in the 100 Free (1:02.94).
The 200 Freestyle Relay was won by Sidney Simmons, Lila Bailey, Abigail Rockcastle, and Keira Weber (2:02.04).