BERGEN — Sophomore Emma Sisson scored off a direct kick just 10 minutes into the game as visiting Notre Dame held on for the 1-0 victory over a Byron-Bergen squad that was on a seven game winning streak Saturday.
Notre Dame (6-2-2) received a shutout in goal from Rebeka Nickerson who posted nine saves for her fifth clean sheet of the season.
Sisson also man marked B-B’s leading scorer Mia Gray, who entered the game with a GR-leading 16 goals.
Byron-Bergen keeper Brooke Jarkiewicz made five saves.
“It was a great game,” ND coach Jarrod Clark said. “Both teams played extremely well.”
Warsaw 2, Geneseo 0
Host Warsaw got goals from Chloe Hubbard — assisted by Emma Tangeman — and Makaylah Higgins — also assisted by Tangeman — as the host Lady Tigers (10-0) stayed unbeaten snapping Geneseo’s seven game winning streak.
Warsaw keeper Sarah Cox posted her fourth straight shutout with six saves,
Geneseo fell to 7-2.
Kendall 2, Oakfield-Alabama/Elba 0
T’Mia Kitchings scored two goals, both in the second half, as the Lady Eagles got the GR victory.
Kitchings broke the ice just four minutes into the second half and then added some insurance about 20 minutes later.
Kendall keeper Kailie Regan posted the shutout with nine saves.
Keshequa 5, Perry 0
Freshman Maddy Strain scored the Indians first goal off an assist from Ava Thayer.
Thayer would score eight minutes later off a feed from sophomore Kelsey Davis.
Davis would open the second half with a blast into the net off an as assist from senior Catrina Pierce.
Pierce scored three minutes later unassisted, while freshman Emma Jo Pierce would score the Indians’ final goal off a through-ball from her cousin Catrina.
Keshequa keeper Aurora Sabins posted the shutout with two saves.
Bath 5, Dansville 1
Ella Yartym scored three more goals and added two assists as Bath breezed past Dansville.
Sydney Burns and Triesta Sprague also scored goals for Bath.
Dansville’s lone goal came from Sidney Stone midway through the second half off a direct kick.
Dansville keeper Abbey Belcher made 12 saves.
Cal-Mum 4, Mt. Morris 0
After a scoreless first half, Bre Bishop scored two goals while Holly McGinnis and Lizzy Pies each netted one as Cal-Mum cruised to the Saturday victory.
Bishop scored her first goal seven minutes into the second half off an assist from Marissa Roides.
McGinnis added her goal just four minutes later assisted by Adrianna DiSalvo.
Rachelle Richter also had an assist for the Lady Raiders.
Cal-Mum keeper Avery DeMarco posted the shutout.
Attica over Wheatland-Chili
Attica defeated Wheatland Chili 25-22, 25-19, 25-14.
Ellie Cusmano led the Blue Devils with six aces and four kills, while Maddy Robinson had three kills and three aces.
Setter Elise Dressel had six aces and four kills as Attica improved to 6-1.
Byron-Bergen over Elba
Byron-Bergen won by scores of 25-12, 25-17, 25-11.
Lexi Vurraro once again led the way with 21 assists to go with four digs, four aces and three kills while Grace Huhn added seven kills with three aces and three digs.
Sadie Cook added six digs and five aces while Jorie Strzelecki added eight kills and four digs. Madelynn Pimm added four digs for the Lady Bees (6-3).
“It was a great senior day match for our five seniors,” B-B coach Cindy D’Errico said.
Elba was led by Rachel Walls with four kills. Mariah Ognibene and Sydney Reilly had two aces apiece and Carol Sybertz added five digs.
Alexander over Lyndonville
The Lady Trojans won by scores of 25-15, 25-19 and 25-11.
Alyssa Kramer had a big game serving with nine aces while Sam Sawyer had five kills as Alexander improved to 7-1 overall.
Le Roy over Perry
Le Roy improved to 6-1 on the season with the victory over Perry (3-3).
Quinn Doty led Le Roy with nine kills while Kylee Green added nine points from serve and five digs.
Hailey Johnson dished out 11 assists with nine digs and seven kills while Riley Wood added eight digs and six aces.
For Perry, Lea White added nine digs and four kills while Leah Fisher handed out 12 assists with five digs.
Le Roy hosts Geneva Monday
Letchworth over Avon
Visiting Letchworth was led by Morgan Brace’s 11 assists and five kills while Brooke DeGroff added five kills and three aces as the Indians swept past Cal-Mum Friday.
Letchworth won by scores of 25-13, 25-16 and 25-9 to improve to 7-1 on the season.
Cal-Mum was led by Montgomery Kessler with 22 digs.
Pavilion over Warsaw
Visiting Pavilion swept past Pavilion 25-16, 27-25, 25-14.
Pavilion (9-0) was led by Shannon Campbell’s 20 assists while Karlee Zinkievich added nine kills and eight digs.
Adeline Milligan added nine digs with seven kills while Lauren Kingsley contributed seven ills with five digs and four blocks.
Warsaw (5-2) was led by Leah O’Geen with 10 digs and seven kills while Deana Johnson-Meyers added seven kills and four blocks. Carlee Hunt dished out 10 assists while Gianna Girod posted 11 digs.
“It was a great match up with both teams playing well,” Pavilion coach Rex Eighmey said. “There were long rallies and great plays by both teams.”
Avon over York
Avon dropped the first set but rallied for the victory in five winning 19-25, 25-22, 25-17, 17-25, and 25-22.
The Braves (2-5) were led by seniors Brooke Arnold with eight kills, seven digs, five assists, and four aces; Gianna Trubia with 11 kills, nine aces and seven digs; Ali DiFranco with nine assists, six aces and four kills.
York (3-4) was led by Molly Grant with 10 kills and six aces while Katelyn Curry added 10 kills and two aces.
Geneseo over Keshequa
Geneseo swept past Keshequa 25-16, 25-17 and 25-12.
Geneseo (3-4) was led by Shelby Baker with 12 kills and four aces while Megan Bailey added nine aces.
Tiffani Aho contributed 15 assists and four aces for the Lady Devils.
Keshequa (4-4) was led by Jade Wolfer with 12 digs and two aces.
Oalfield-Alabama over Holley
The Lady Hornets won in four sets — 25-12, 25-19, 22-25 and 25-20.
Colbi Heineman led the way with nine kills with four aces and three digs while Kayleigh Williams added 15 assists.
Sayde Bush added five kills and four digs while Jo Carabello added three kills, three digs and two aces. Emma Wray added three digs and two aces for O-A.
Holley (1‐6) was led by Adriana Botello with eight assists, eight digs and five aces while Grace McKeon added six digs and five kills.
Wayne over Pavilion/York
The Eagles defeated Pavilion/York by scores of 25-22, 25-16 and 25-20.
Will Van Wyk led P/Y with 10 digs and nine kills while Tyler Alwardt chipped in with six kills and four aces.
Christian Walburn added 14 assists.
Hornell 1 Livonia 0
Shawn Rose scored in the first half off a scramble in front of the bet as host Hornell downed Livonia 1-0 handing the Bulldogs their second straight shutout loss Saturday night down in the Maple City.
It was Rose’s fifth goal of the season and it was assisted by Ian Ashworth.
Livonia, who fell to 5-4-0, also was shutout by Aquinas in their previous game.
“We played great and deserved a better result,” Livonia coach Ray Maxwell said.
“Man of the Match” honors for Livonia were shared by Matt Connor and Connor Feehan.
Livonia outshot Hornell 15-7 but many of those shots were harmless chances from 25 yards away and right at Hornell keeper Gates Miller.
Hornell improved to 8-2-1 as the two teams will meet again in Livonia Oct. 14 in the regular season finale.
Pavilion/York 3, Avon 1
Quintin Barrett scored five minutes into game, while Kyan Tiede scored just three minutes later and also added a second goal off a corner luck later as P/Y picked up the convincing win over Avon Saturday.
Pavilion/York led 3-0 at the half.
Case Cummins recorded five saves in his first varsity start for Pavilion/York (6-3).
Avon’s goal came from Lee Hartke assisted by Evan Masten.
Avon is 5-2-1.
Mt. Morris 4, Perry 1
Ben Bacon scored two goals while Alec Mann scored once and assisted on two others as M-M (6-3) downed Perry Friday.
Chase Young also added one goal with Jack Lonsberry chipping in with an assist for the Blue Devils.
Perry (1-7) got their lone tally off an Ivan West penalty kick as the Yellowjackets led 1-0 early.
LetSaw 4, Perry 0
Host LetSaw got the homecoming hat trick from Nik Eustace as they blanked visiting Perry Saturday.
Johnny Mertsock also netted a goal for LetSaw (4-3-1).
Reece Grisewood had two assists while Caleb Runfola assisted once for the United.
Batavia 6, Gates-Chili 1
Batavia improved their record to 4-3 with an impressive victory over Gates-Chili in Monroe County tennis Friday.
At first singles, Batavia’s Lidia Pehrson got the Blue Devils off and running early with a solid 7-5, 6-0 victory over Shea Perry.
The Blue Devils would then sweep all four doubles matches as Maya Schrader/Casey Tatarka, Sophie Fulton/Ally Debo, Leda Bartz/Ella Houseknecht, and Lilyana Burk/Liliana Espinoza won in their respective contests.
Burk/Espinoza won the deciding point for Batavia.
“Our team bounced back in a big way following a tough loss the last time out,” Batavia coach Jim Fazio said. “Hopefully we can continue to play well as we head into the last week of the season.”