Ryan Stokes, Hunter Critchlow, Cameron Hughes and Drew Kucera scored goals as Fairport defeated 4-0 Victor 4-0 in a Monroe County soccer game on Friday, to finish the first undefeated regular season in Fairport’s history.
Joe Catalfamo made two saves for his 10th shutout of the season for the Red Raiders (14-0-2).
Wheatland-Chili 2, Kendall 0
Ben Gebhardt’s goal off a corner kick and Evan Walker’s goal in the 66th minute led Wheatland-Chili.
Noah Herrick made five saves for W-C (11-2-3) to shut out Kendall (14-1-1), the No.1 ranked team in the state in Class C.
Honeoye 2, Marcus Whitman 1
Jud Hershey scored netted the winner with 18 minutes left for Honeoye (12-4).
Harley-Allendale Columbia 3, South Seneca/Romulus 0
Sophomore Ben Frenett scored netted two goals in the second half and freshman Jamarr Paisley added a goal for the Wolves (7-8-1).
Edison 3, School of the Arts 2
Abdelrasak Mohmoud scored two goals and Rajesh Magar added two assists for Edison/Monroe (5-9-2), which trailed in the first half but rallied for two straight goals.
School of the Arts (2-14) scored twice in a 10-minute span to take a 2-1 lead.
Wilson 4, Franklin 0
Abdu Nyangos scored twice and Alhaji Bah added a goal and an assist for Wilson (12-3).
Franklin is 2-14.
Byron-Bergen 2, Albion 0
Nathan Reiner opened the scoring with two minutes left in the first half for B-B (7-8-1).
Ryan Richardson doubled the lead 10 minutes into the second half.
Marion 5, Bloomfield 1
Hunter Delyser recorded two goals and an assist to propel Marion (13-2-1).
Joe Gonzalez, Preston Crego and Noah Stevens had the other goals for the Knights.
Webster Christian 7, Charlotte 3
Nick O’Dell recorded three goals and an assist and Sasha Gritsak scored a pair for Webster Christian (15-1).
Fairport 25-23-25-25-25, Victor 15-25-17-27-23
Mitch Kennedy recorded 50 assists and four aces and Josh Holm had 16 kills and five blocks, including the 24th point in the fifth set for Fairport (14-1).
Brad Flanagan added 19 digs for the Red Raiders.
Adam Bake recorded 55 assists and Collin Mahan added 25 kills for Victor (10-4).
Irondequoit 25-25-22-23-27, Spencerport 22-21-25-25-25
Junior outside hitter Eric Tuttle recorded the final two points of the fifth game, with a solo block and a kill, to break a 25-all tie for Irondequoit (9-7).
Tuttle finished with 31 kills, 19 digs and three blocks. The Eagles overcame a 12-7 deficit in the final set.
Anthony Macera tallied 22 kills and Henry Gorton added 12 kills and four blocks for Spencerport (12-4), which defeated Irondequoit in three games earlier in the season.
Eastridge 25-25-25, Hilton 13-20-23
Alex Beltran recorded 12 kills and 11 digs to go with Jason Figler’s seven blocks to lead Eastridge (7-11).
Nick Jay had 21 assists for Hilton (3-13).
Webster 25-25-25, Canandaigua 15-17-23
Ian Fien finished with six kills and Ben D’Aurizio added four kills and five blocks to lead Webster (9-7).
The Warriors will be the No. 4 seed in the Section V Class A Tournament.
Penfield 25-25-25, Brighton 9-18-18
Jack Lawatsch recorded four kills and five blocks and Corey Wiktorski tallied five kills and four blocks for Penfield (14-1).
Ken Francis had eight kills for Brighton.
Monroe 25-25-22-19-25, NE/NW College Prep 10-22-25-2518
Michael Voelkl finished with 15 service points and 11 assists to lead Monroe (10-3).
Torry Wright had 19 kills for NE/NW (2-12).
Sodus 18-25-25-25, Charlotte 25-17-19-20
Jerry Minkau totaled five aces and nine kills for Sodus (6-9).
McQuaid 25-25-25, Fayetteville-Manlius-III 15-21-18
Colby Harriman had 11 kills and nine aces and Spencer Wickens contributed 10 digs and three aces for McQuaid (14-0).
Martin Beadle finished in 17:41 to finish first for Holley.
Team: 1. Kendall 70; 2. Alexander 70; 3. Keshequa 71; 4. Batavia Notre Dame 83; 5. Holley 126.
Individual: 1. Martin Beadle (Holley) 17:41; 2. Caelan Welch (Kendall) 17:56; 3. Eric Wright (Warsaw) 18:29; 4. Dylan Fix (BND) 18:46; 5. D.J. Ohlson (Alexander) 18:51; 6. Calvin Thompson (Keshequa) 19:22; 7. Jacob Blanchard (Keshequa) 19:30; 8. Dennis Bleier (BND) 19:42; 9. Jarred Scherer (Holley) 19:43; 10. Ryan Snyder (Keshequa) 19:56.