Provided The Bath-Haverling girls are a perfect 8-0-0 on the season. The Lady Rams are the defending Section V Class B2 champions.

BATH — Bath-Haverling girl’s soccer is on a whole other level than most teams in this area.

The Lady Rams improved to 8-0-0 Thursday night following their 8-0 victory over Wellsville in non-league action.

Ella Yartym scored two goals and dished out two assists to lead the way.

Lydia Dickson, Meredith Czajkowski and Keegan Smith each added a goal and one assist,

Natalie Krelie, Skylar Lyke and Triesta Sprague also scored goals for the Lady Rams.

Three keepers — Reese Sweet, Natalie Contello and Lola Coots — combined for the shutout with three saves.

The junior Yartym has scored a team-best 14 goals this season and passed out a team-best 14 assists as well.

Smith, also a junior, has scored 12 goals with six assists.

Bath-Haverling has outscored their opponents 42-4 on the season.

They have impressive wins over Geneseo (1-0), Hornell (2-1) and defending Class D2 champion Notre Dame (6-1).

They play at Livonia Saturday and host Dansville Monday.

The Lady Rams are defending Class B2 champions and finished 18-2 a year ago.

Bath is also a very young team with only five seniors on their roster.

“This season our team has had success in our match-ups, but I feel we are really just starting to find our groove when it comes to possessing the soccer ball and being dangerous going forward,” head coach Braedyn Ordway said. “I have a lot of versatile players this year that have shifted around to new positions to try to find our most threatening shape. We’re getting there. Goal scoring is a definite strength of our team, the rest of the pieces will hopefully fall into place by the postseason. That’s the goal.”

Girls Soccer

Pittsford Sutherland 2, Batavia 0

Batavia suffered their first loss of the season as the Lady Knights got the Monroe County crossover win.

With Sutherland up 1-0, junior Anna Varland and freshman Ella Shamp both had several solid chances in the first half to tie up the game.

“I was very proud of how well we played and how well we moved the ball,” Batavia coach Roger Hume said. “Senior goalie Julia Petry played her best game of season making several goal scoring saves.”

Batavia fell to 4-1-1 on the season . They will play HF-L Saturday in a divisional game.

Warsaw 5, Avon 1

Senior Chloe Hubbard scored three goals to lead Warsaw to the easy win over Avon.

Hubbard scored midway through the first half for Warsaw’s lone goal before the intermission.

She added two more goals in the second half including one with only five minutes left.

Abbey Laubenheimer and Makaylah Higgins also scored goals for Warsaw.

(Ellie Tangeman added two assists while Laubenheimer dished out one.

Warsaw keeper Hailey Degroff stopped five shots.

Geneseo 1, York/Pavilion 0

Geneseo’s Mary Claire Rollins scored with under two minutes left in the second OT as the Lady Blue Devils nipped York/Pavilion.

Y/P almost won it late in regulation when Payton Geer’s one-on-one shot caromed off the post.

“Good teams find a way to win when they don’t have their best and that’s what we did tonight,” Geneseo coach Nick Drollette said. “We didn’t play our style of soccer and couldn’t get into a groove. York did a good job disrupting any build up we attempted and then we would resort to playing a style that really wasn’t us. Thankfully late in that second OT the team played with some pressure and Mary Claire got a clean shot at the top of the box that she was able to bury.”

Cal-Mum 4, Le Roy 1

Holly McGinnis and Bre Bishop both scored twice as Cal-Mum got the victory.

Marissa Roides, Emma Brogan and (Hazell Nickerson had the assists for the Lady Raiders.

Cal-Mum keeper Madison Wyskiel posted 12 saves.

Livonia 2, Dansville 0

After a scoreless first half, Livonia’s Eliza Parker scored just a minute into the second half as visiting Livonia for the win.

Esther Slocum scored an insurance goal with only five seconds remaining.

Keshequa 3, Letchworth 0

Kelsey Davis, Katey Mance and Maddie Strain all scored goals for Keshequa.

Ava Thayer and Libby Benner added the assists.

Keshequa led 1-0 at the half.

Keeper Isabella Hugi posted the clean sheet with three saves.

Boys Soccer

Way-Co 4, Geneseo 3

For different players scored goals for Way-Co in their LCAA crossover victory.

Connor Perry scored the lone first half goal for the Golden Eagles off an assist from Titan Rocha.

Vinicius Guedes, George Baverstock and Isaac Mehlenbacher scored second half goals.

Rocha finished with two assists.

Ethan Bennett had the hat trick for Geneseo.

Attica 6, Holley 1

Simon Lamparelli and Josh Kubik each scored two goals — including Attica’s first four goals of the game as the Blue Devils improved to 7-0 on the season with the road victory.

Lamparelli also added an assist.

Ryan Meides and Bradley Burdett also scored goals for Attica while Meides , Brandon Beal , Jon Beck and Wyatt Bryman all added one assist.

Holley’s lone goal came from Cameron Bates assisted by Brenden Trowbridge.

B-B/Elba 3, Wheatland-Chili 1

Colin Rea, Colin Martin and Gianni Ferrara all scored goals for BB/Elba during their GR victory Thursday.

Rea also added an assist.

Girls Volleyball

Elba over Byron-Bergen

Elba won by scores of 25-23, 23-25, 25-18 and 25-17 during GR action Thursday.

Sydney Reilly led the Lancers with seven digs and three assists while Alexa Ocampo had four kills, three aces, and two digs.

Kennedy Augello chipped in with 13 assists, two aces, and one kill for the winners.

B-B was led by Emma Balduf with 10 digs, five kills and five aces while Lily Stalica had 13 assists and six digs. Carlee Barons had six digs while Deborah Catalino added four kills.

Boys Volleyball

Spencerport over Pavilion/York

The Rangers earned the sweep over P/Y winning 25-21, 25-17 and 25-9.

Pavilion/York (1-3) was led by Evan Carroll with four kills and two aces while Case Cummins added five digs and three kills.

Girls Swimming

Way-Co 58, Dansville 35

Dansville was led by Kaitlyn Lee’s two victories in the 200 IM and 100 Backstroke.

Ella Frazer also won the 500 Free while Abby Kendall hit the wall first in the 100 Breaststroke.

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