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Barker scores narrow win in Class C field hockey sectional semifinals

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 30 October 2014

Making a lone goal stand up, defending champion No. 1 seed Barker edged past No. 4 East Aurora 1-0 in the Section VI Class C semifinals this evening at Amherst.


Becky Stoloski scored the lone goal for Barker with 13:31 to go in the second half off an assist from Lydia Dewart. Kelsey Blackley started the decisive play with a pass to Gaby Clare who then passed to Dewart who in turn got the ball to Stoloski for the winning shot.


Caitlyn Mason earned the shutout in goal for the Lady Raiders making three saves.


Barker while next faces No. 2 Akron for the Class C title next Wednesday at Amherst at 5:30 p.m. Akron nipped No. 3 Wilson 2-1 in the other semi on a pair of first half goals by Molly Jennings.

 

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Albion spikers romp in Class B2 semis

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Albion's Chanyce Powell tries to spike the ball against the block attempt of East Aurora's Maddie McLaughline (10) and Kayla Norton (8) during the host Purple Eagles sectional semifinal win over the Blue Devils this evening.

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 30 October 2014

Rebounding quickly from an 8-1 deficit at the outset, No. 2 seed Albion romped to a 25-18, 25-14, 25-6 victory over visiting No. 3 East Aurora this evening in the Section VI Class B2 semifinals.


Kelsee Soule had 13 spiking kills and 9 digs, Chanyce Powell 9 kills and 3 aces, Meghan Hurley 16 assists, 3 aces and 2 kills and Olivia Neidert 10 assists to lead the way for Albion which will face either No. 1 Depew or No .4 Cheektowaga in the B2 title match next Tuesday at Lockport at 8 p.m.


Breaking away from a 17-17 deadlock, Albion regained the lead for good in the opening set as Powell served up points 18-20 registering aces for both points 19 and 20.


Mallory Broda then quickly closed out the set by serving up points 22-25 as Soule registered kills to polish off points 23 and 25.


Keeping the momentum, Albion used two big scoring runs to key the second set win. Hurley served up points 3-8, a run which featured two kills and a block by Powell, and Ashley Bocach scored points 16-21.

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Olivia Neidert serves up a point for the Purple Eagles.


The Purple Eagles wasted little time in closing out the win by rolling to a 25-6 win in the third set. Powell served up points 5-10, a run which featured kills by Aleah Foos and Soule; Neidert scored points 13-18, a run capped off by a kill by Soule, and Bocach served up points 20-23, a run started with a kill by Soule and finished with a block by Powell.


Another kill by Powell polished off point 24 and Morgan Ferris followed up by serving an ace for the st and match winner.


Albion is now 18-1 overall on the season.

 

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Ken East gridders outlast Medina

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Medina's Ty Hrovat is surrounded by a trio of Kenmore East tacklers including Kurt McGowan (44), Mike DeBenedetti (5) and Dion Woods (7) during the Mustangs loss to the Bulldogs this evening at Vets Park.


By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 30 October 2014

A rash of early turnovers proved costly as Medina dropped a 39-32 decision to Kenmore East this evening in a season ending interdivisional game at Vets Park.


Kenmore East capitalized on two Medina fumbles and a pass interception in the opening quarter to jump out to a 21-6 lead which the Bulldogs never relinquished.

 

Kurt McGowan scored touchdowns on runs of 1 and 65 yards after each of the fumble recoveries, one on the opening kickoff and other other in the Bulldogs end zone. Dion Woods returned the interception 99 yards for the other score.


Medina though did battle back cutting the deficit to just one, 27-26 at the half.


Quarterback Jason Hellwig threw touchdown passes of 54 yards to Dylan Lewis, 41 to Brett Pecoraro and 24 to Eddy Schild and also ran 1 yard for another TD to lead that comeback. Hellwig's TD pass to Schildt came with just four seconds to go in the opening half.


However, the Mustangs could get no closer as the Bulldogs used short touchdown runs of 1 yard by Andy Fields in the third quarter and 4 yards by McGowan in the opening minute of the final period to move back out to a 39-26 lead.


Medina did answer back with a 16 yard Hellwig to Lewis touchdown pass cutting the deficit to 39-32 but the Mustangs could not find the end zone again.


The gridiron meeting was the first ever between the Mustangs and Bulldogs.


Medina finishes the season at 5-4.

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Medina quarterback Jason Hellwig tries to get away from Ken East's Kurt McGowan.

 

Mynderse 32, Holley 12

Jumping out to a 21-0 first half lead, host Mynderse went on to defeat Holley 32-12 this evening the finals of the Section V Class C Conners and Ferris Consolation Bowl.


Holley scored twice in the second half on a 45 yard pass from quarterback Nick Passarell to Clarence Moyer and on a 32 yard run by Zach Day.


Pioneer 50, Barker/Roy-Hart 8

Barker/Roy-Hart scored early in the opening quarter but it was all Pioneer after that as the Panthers rolled to a 50-8 victory Wednesday evening in a season ending interdivisional game.


Dominick Snider scored on a 51 yard run for Barker/Roy-Hart's only touchdown as Brandinlee Woods added the two-point conversion.


Barker/Roy-Hart finishes the season at 3-6.

 

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Albion booters bow in Class B1 final

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Albion's Connor McQuillan (8) tries to get the ball away from East Aurora's Sean Conroy (20) during the Purple Eagles loss to the Blue Devils this evening in the B1 championship game at Hamburg. Albion's Jacob Squicciarini moves in on the play.

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 29 October 2014

Exploding for four quick goals in the first 14 minutes, top seeded East Aurora went on to defeat No. 10 Albion 6-0 this evening in the Section VI Class B1 championship game at Hamburg.


East Aurora wasted little time in taking the lead as Harrison Fay scored just 2:35 in.


The Blue Devils then quickly broke the game wide open as Noah Thomson tallied at 8:11, Eric Roetzer at 12:13 and Bryce Schiltz at 14:12 to make it 4-0.


East Aurora upped the advantage to 5-0 by halftime.


Devin Gaylord and Morgan Seielstad shared the goaltending duties for Albion.

 

The Purple Eagles advanced to their first ever sectional championship game by defeating No. 7 Burgard 7-0 in the opening round, No. 2 Bennett 2-1 in overtime in the quarterfinals and No. 2 Medina/Lyndonville 1-0 in double overtime in the semifinals.


East Aurora will now face Class B2 champion Wilson for the Section VI Class B berth in the state playoffs.


Wilson nipped Falconer/Cassadaga Valley 1-0 in overtime to claim the B2 title as Cesar Carlin scored seven minutes into the first overtime period off an assist from Zach Sarratori.

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Albion's Daniel Beam (21) battles with East Aurora's Max Kilijanski (17) for control of the ball.

 

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Kendall nipped in PK shootout in semis

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Kendall's Will Condo (18) heads the ball away from Keshequa's Jack Mann (20) during the Eagles Class C2 semifinal loss to the Indians this evening at Spencerport.


By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 29 October 2014

In a marathon battle, No. 4 seed Keshequa nipped No. 1 Kendall 5-4 in a penalty kick shootout this evening in a Section V Class C2 semifinal game at Spencerport.


Deadlocked at 1-1 at the end of regulation time, the two teams then battled to a scoreless draw through two 15 minute overtime periods setting the stage for the deciding penalty kick shootout.


Each team scored on four of five shots in the first round of penalty kicks as Jake Adams, Will Condo, Cody Travis and Justin Barrett took turns tallying for Kendall.


Keshequa then opened the second round of penalty kicks with a goal and this time Kendall was unable to match the tally earning the Indians the narrow win.


Keshequa had grabbed a 1-0 lead on a goal by Tim Fanaro with 9:53 to go in the first half.


Kendall goalie Riley Reis made several good saves in the opening half to keep the Indians from scoring again including a big stop of a line shot from close range.

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Kendall's Sage Summers (12) battles to keep the ball away from Keshequa's Tim Fanaro (11).

 

Kendall did battle back to knot the contest at 1-1 when Condo scored just 6:38 into the second half. On the play, Condo, after firing an initial shot which the Keshequa goalie was unable to hold onto, alertly rammed home the rebound shot for the equalizer.


Reis made a key sliding save early in the half to keep the Indians from tallying again.


Later in the half Kendall just missed on a direct kick attempt and had another shot sail just high. Then in the overtime, the Eagles had a shot rattle off the post setting the stage for the deciding penalty kick shootout.


Kendall finishes the season at 15-0-4 while Keshequa advances to C2 finals with a 16-2-1 record.

 

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Medina JV football team completes 6-2 season

 

Contributed story, Posted 29 October 2014

The Medina JV football team, led by head coach Gordy Luthart, wrapped up its season last Saturday with a 36-18 win over previously unbeaten Bennett, avenging an earlier meeting which Bennett won 34-6.


The Mustangs finished the season with a 6-2 record with wins over Newfane, Lake Shore, Barker/Roy-Hart, Lew-Port, Albion, and Bennett. The only other loss was a 22-21 defeat against Burgard that came on the game’s final play. The 6-2 record was the best record posted by a Medina JV team since the 2006 team which went 6-1-1.


The high powered offense averaged 34.8 points per game and was led through the air by eighth grade quarterback Izaiah Rhim. In his first JV season, Rhim threw for 636 yards and 11 touchdowns with just 3 interceptions. Rhim’s top targets included freshman Jalin Cooper who hauled in 17 balls for 263 yards and 4 touchdowns, and sophomore Eddy Schildt who made 10 catches for 234 yards and also had 4 touchdowns.


The Mustangs rolled up an average of 234 yards per game on the ground as the rushing attack was led by sophomore Jake Cotter. Cotter totaled 802 yards and 9 touchdowns while running for over 11 yards per carry. Schildt added 346 yards, 5 touchdowns and an average of over 10 yards per carry, while Rhim contributed 177 yards and 6 touchdowns on the ground.


Medina was also strong on defense, allowing 17.5 points per contest. Schildt and sophomore Powell Stephens led the way with 41 tackles a piece, followed by freshman Cody Crane and sophomore Ryan Kruger contributing 39 and 32 tackles, respectively.


Rounding out the JV Mustangs roster were: sophomores Frank Carrasquillo, Michael Carson, Devin Cleveland, Nolan Donald, Zach Petry, Emmanuel Sones; freshman Thomas Culmo, Mike Eckerd, Owen Frasier, Joe Gates, Ogilber Gonzalez, Trenton Jones, Ian Joseph, Mason Lewis, Brendan Luthart, Mason Pecoraro, Elijah Sones; and eighth graders Damon Bloom, Ronnie Koonce, Vincent Montague, Johnny Salone, Daemon Shatara.

 

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Kendall girls post shutout victory in sectional semifinals

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Kendall's Kristen Jacob (9), who scored the opening goal, tries to head the ball off a corner against Warsaw defenders Grace Wolf (13) and Meryl Wakefield (21) during the Lady Eagles sectional semifinal victory this evening at Cal-Mum.

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 28 October 2014

No. 2 seed Kendall has earned a return trip to the finals as the Lady Eagles blanked No. 6 Warsaw 3-0 in the Section V Class CC semifinals this evening at Caledonia-Mumford.


The victory propels Kendall into a rematch of last year's title contest against top seeded Cal-Mum which defeated No. 4 Geneseo 3-1 in the other semifinal. Cal-Mum nipped Kendall 1-0 in last year's final. The title contest is scheduled for Friday at a site and time to be announced.


Kristen Jacob, Taylor Rutland and Maya Rutland took turns scoring the goals for Kendall  which improves to 16-1-1.


Jacob scored what proved to be the game winning goal on a penalty kick with 17:42 remaining in the first half.

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Kendall's Taylor Rutland, who scored the second goal, battles for control of the ball with Warsaw's Riley Mucher (8).

 

Kendall, despite dominating play throughout, remained locked in a tight 1-0 game until 10 minutes remained in the second half when Taylor Rutland scored on a long shot from straight away.


The Lady Eagles then capped off the victory when Maya Rutland scored with three minutes to go off an assist from Marisa Hanlon.


"We did a really great job of possessing the ball and kept control in the attacking third of the field," said Kendall Coach Pam Beres. "We definitely would like a rematch (with Cal-Mum) but it will be a tough matchup. The key will be if we can possess the ball like we did tonight and keep control in the attacking third. But we know we have our work cut out for us."

 

Section VI Class B Semifinals

No. 6 East Aurora nipped No. 2 Wilson 1-0 and No. 5 Falconer outlasted No. 9 Newfane 1-0 in four overtimes.

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Maya Rutland heads in the final goal for Kendall past Warsaw net minder Abbey Monahan.

 

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Albion spikers roll in sectional opener

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Albion's Aleah Foos smashes a spike kill during the Purple Eagles quarterfinal sectional victory this evening over visiting Dunkirk.

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 28 October 2014

No. 2 seed Albion wasted little time in getting through the opening round of the Section VI volleyball playoffs as the Purple Eagles romped to a 25-17, 25-8, 25-16 victory over visiting No. 7 Dunkirk this evening in the Class B2 quarterfinals.


Chanyce Powell had three service aces and two spiking kills and Kelsee Soule 3 kills and 1 ace to spark Albion in the opening set.


Meghan Hurley then put together a huge run of 15 straight service points in the second game to rally the Purple Eagles from an early 3-2 deficit into a commanding 17-3 lead. Hurley had four aces and Powell registered three kills to highlight that decisive run.


Breaking away from an 8-8 tie, Albion moved on top to stay in the match clinching third set as Elizabeth Bentley served up four straight points including an ace. Aces by Soule, Powell and Bentley, along with a kill by Soule, helped Albion quickly close out the set and the match.


Powell finished with a total of 7 kills, Soule 4 and Aleah Foos 2. Powell and Hurley both had 5 aces and Soule 4.


Albion will next host No. 3 East Aurora in the semifinals at 6 p.m. Thursday. East Aurora ousted No. 6 Pioneer in three straight sets.

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Albion's Elizabeth Bentley digs for the ball.

 

Class C1
City Honors 25-25-25
Medina 14-12-17

Emily Kams had 8 assists, Nicole Blount 3 aces and 3 kills, Emma Ambrose 3 kills and 5 digs, Molley Gross 4 kills and 2 blocks, Brittany Schultz 3 kills and 3 blocks and Megan O'Keefe 5 digs for No. 7 Medina in the straight set quarterfinal round loss at No. 2 City Honors.

 

Class C2
Wilson 25-25-25
diVinci 11-15-8

Haylea Day had 13 service points in the opening set, Megan DiLaura 6 kills and 1 dig and Amanda Culverwell 15 kills to lead Wilson past diVinci in three straight sets in the quarterfinals.

 

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Jr Wilson extends Euchre League lead

 

Contributed Story, Posted 28 October 2014

Jr. Wilson stretched its lead to 15 points by defeating Sacred Heart 44-26 Monday in Medina Euchre League action.


Vets Club downed Legion 38-32 in the other game.


Jr Wilson now has a league leading record of 153-127 followed by Legion 138-142, Vets Club 135-145 an Sacred Heart 134-146.


League action continues on November 3 with Jr. Wilson at Legion and Vets Club at Sacred Heart.

 

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Medina gridders will host Kenmore East

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 28 Ocotber 2014

In a change of schedules, Medina will close out the football season by hosting Kenmore East in an interdivisional game at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at Vets Park.


Medina had originally been slated to visit East Aurora in the finale on Thursday but that game has been cancelled.


Medina brings a 5-3 record into the contest while Kenmore East is a 2-6 after defeating Buffalo East 39-0 this past weekend.

 

This will be the first ever griidiron meeting between the Mustangs and the Bulldogs.


In another game on Thursday, Holley will visit Mynderse Academy in Seneca Falls at 5:30 p.m. in the Section V Class C Connors and Ferris Consolation Bowl final. Holley bested Wellsville 27-12 in the semifinals last weekend.


On Wednesday, Barker/Roy-Hart will visit Pioneer at 5:30 p.m. in an interdivisional game.

 

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Kendall Eagles will face high scoring foe in semifinals

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Kendall's Justin Barrett and his Eagle teammates will face Keshequa Wednesday in the semifinals of the Section V Class C2 playoffs at Spencerport.


By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 28 October 2014

Undefeated (15-0-3) top seeded Kendall will take on high scoring No. 4 seed Keshequa in the semifinal round of the Section V Class C2 playoffs at 5 p.m. Wednesday at Spencerport.


"The one stat that jumps out at you with Keshequa is that they have scored 88 goals," said Kendall Coach Brian Duffy. "That's amazing and they don't have just one guy doing all the scoring they have several scorers (5 with at least 9 goals) so we have to account for all of this fire power. Defense will definitely be a very big key. It will be an absolute battle."


Keshequa, which brings a 16-2 record into the semis, has outscored its opposition 88-13.


Kendall likewise has allowed only 13 goals on the season while the Eagles have scored 65 goals.


Sophomore Jake Adams has 24 goals and 12 assists to lead the Kendall offense which also has Will Condo with 11 goals and 8 assists, Riley Iqbal ( 6 goals, 13 assists), Mookie Nauden (6 goals, 4 assists), Justin Barrett (4 goals, 5 assists), Skyler Heller (4 goals, 1 assist) and Cody Travis (3 goals, 5 assists), all are seniors.


Kendall blanked No. 8 Marion 2-0 and Keshequa nipped No. 5 Honeoye 2-1 in the quarterfinals.


The Kendall/Keshequa winner will face the winner of the other semi matching No. 3 Bishop Kearney against No. 1 Wheatland-Chili in the Class C2 finals on Saturday.

 

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Albion booters to challenge top seed for Class B1 title

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Albion goalie Devin Gaylord, shown here diving to make a save during Saturday's semifinal as defender Nick Reed moves in, and their Purple Eagle teammates will face top seeded East Aurora for the Section VI Class B1 title on Wednesday at Hamburg.


By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 28 October 2014

They have already eliminated the No. 2 seed and the No. 3 seed, now the Albion boys soccer team looks to keep their Cinderella postseason run going as the Purple Eagles take on top seeded East Aurora for the Section VI Class B1 championship at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Hamburg.


"They are a traditional powerhouse and a very good, high scoring offensive team," said Albion Coach Keith Akers whose Purple Eagles will be making their first ever appearance in the sectional finals. "We've been pretty solid defensively and we're playing our best soccer of the year at the right time so I hope we can continue to do that."


The Purple Eagles defense is anchored by freshman goalie Devin Gaylord along with defenders Nick Reed, Drake Arnold, Donato Rosario, Josh Metzler and Kevin Rosario. Gaylord made 16 saves in the Purple Eagles semifinal round double overtime win over Medina/Lyndonville in what was his first varsity start.


East Aurora, which is at 14-3-1, has outscored its opponents 60-11 on the season. The Blue Devils offense is led by junior Noah Thompson (15 goals, 9 assists) and freshman Bryce Schiltz (11 goals, 7 assists).

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Marcos Sanchez (17), shown here working against Josh Klotzbach (14) of Medina/Lyndonville during the semifinals, leads Albion in scoring.

 

Albion's balanced attack is led by seniors Marcos Sanchez (9 goals, 9 assists), Jacoby Miller (8 goals, 2 assists) and Cam Usselman (6 goals, 4 assists) along with junior Dylan Bader (4 goals, 1 assist) and freshman Connor McQuillan (4 goals, 1 assist).


East Aurora has advanced to the finals by romping past Maryvale 8-1 in the quarterfinals and blanking No. 4 Newfane 4-0 in the semifinals.


Albion, which opened the sectionals with a 7-0 win over No. 7 Burgard, then upended No. 2 Bennett 2-1 in overtime in the quarterfinals and No. 3 Medina/Lyndonville 1-0 in double overtime in the semis.


'We're resilient and we're drawing some confidence from both of those overtime wins," said Akers. "Everybody has really stepped up and now we need to have 80 solid minutes from everyone."

 

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Roy-Hart's field hockey, softball teams benefit from community support project

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Roy-Hart's girls varsity field hockey and softball teams will enjoy improved facilities for their games in the future thanks to a community support project spearheaded by the Roy-Hart Sports Boosters Club. Thanks to a major donation of materials and labor by two Gasport firms, All Metal Works and A Superior Concrete, the field hockey and softball teams will each be able to utilize two new large all metal dugouts. Here Frank Maynard, right, representing the Sports Boosters Club, checks out one of the completed dugouts on the varsity field hockey field with Dominick Ciliberto of All Metal Works, left, and Dave Hill of A Superior Concrete
. Posted 27 October 2014

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Maynard, Hill and Cilberto here stand between the two dugouts for the field hockey field that have been completed and were utilized by the Lady Rams squad for the last part of the season. They noted that three other individuals, Jeff Heiser, Chuck Gieoli and Ryan Townsend, also provided a good deal of volunteer manpower to help get the dugouts constructed. "They are just a bunch of great guys and we really appreciate all they have done," said Maynard of all the volunteers.


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Work is also underway for the two dugouts on the varsity softball field as the metal frameworks are already in place.

 

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Kendall girls face semifinal test Tuesday

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Kendall's Emily Boyle and her Lady Eagle teammates will face Warsaw Tuesday in the Section V Class CC semifinals.


By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 27 October 2014

No. 2 seed Kendall will take on No. 6 Warsaw in the Section V Class CC semifinals at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Caledonia-Mumford High School.


Kendall, which brings a 15-1-1 record into the semis, needed a big second half scoring explosion to blank Campbell-Savonia 6-0 in the quarterfinals, a contest that was deadlocked 0-0 at the half.


"We definitely have to come out and play like we did in the second half against Campbell-Savona and not like we did in the first half," said Kendall Coach Pam Beres. "It definitely will be a tough matchup so we can't afford another first half like that. If we can come out and play hard and connect offensively in the first half that will give us a little momentum."


Kendall is led offensively by junior Maya Rutland who has 26 goals and 5 assists. The Lady Eagles also have freshman Taylor ReQua with 11 goals and 14 assists, junior Taylor Rutland 4 goals and 7 assists and sophomore Elizabeth Rath 3 goals and 3 assists.


Warsaw, which is at 9-8-1, advanced by upending No. 3 South Seneca 1-0 in the quarterfinals.


Tuesday's other semifinal will have No. 4 Geneseo vs. No. 1 Cal-Mum which nipped Kendall 1-0 in the championship game last year.

 

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Albion spikers will host Dunkirk Tuesday in sectional opener

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Kelsee Soule and her Albion teammates will host Dunkirk Tuesday to open Section VI Class B2 volleyball playoff competition.

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 27 October 2014

Looking to keep the momentum from a second straight successful 12-0 Niagara-Orleans League championship campaign, No. 2 seed Albion will begin Section VI playoff action by hosting No. 7 Dunkirk at 6 p.m. Tuesday in a Class B2 quarterfinal contest.


"You have to come to play every day as in sectionals there is no tomorrow," said Albion Coach Anne Capacci. "I always tell them there is no game more important than the one you are playing so hopefully we will come out an execute."


Albion is led by a quartet of players who were starters on last year's squad which advanced to the sectional finals. That veteran foursome includes senior Sara Millspaugh, juniors Kelsee Soule and Meghan Hurley and sophomore Chanyce Powell. The Purple Eagles also have playoff experience in senior Olivia Neidert and junior Aleah Foos.


"Having experience like that is a plus," said Capacci whose Purple Eagles have advanced to the finals three of the last four years capturing the title in 2011. Albion lost in the finals to Eden in 2010 and to Starpoint last year.


The winner of Tuesday's match will advance to Thursday's semifinal against the winner of the No. 6 Pioneer vs. No. 3 East Aurora quarterfinal.

 

In a Class C1 quarterfinal match Tuesday No. 7 Medina will visit No. 2 City Honors at 6 p.m. The Mustangs opened sectional competition with a three set win over Roy-Hart last Friday.

 

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