Mackenzie Winn scored off an assist from Abbey Leon two minutes into the second golden-goal overtime as top-seeded Pittsford Mendon claimed the Section V Class A girls soccer title with a 1-0 victory against No. 2 Mercy on Monday.
Katie Krapf played a ball to Leon. She dropped the ball back to Winn, who placed the ball inside the right post.
The game was scoreless through regulation, two 10-minute overtimes and the first five-minute golden-goal overtime.
Barb Bruce made five saves for her 17th shutout. Bruce has allowed one goal this season.
“The game was back-and-forth,” Pittsford Mendon coach Eric Pritchard said. “We both had chances early on and Bruce came up with a couple of outstanding saves.”
The Vikings (17-1-2) won the Class A title for the first time since 2010.
“We knew we had a strong defensive team,” Pritchard said. “We expected to do well, not this well, though.”
Mercy finished 14-3-3.
Class C state qualifier
Avon 3, York 2
Katrina Yencer scored the winner in the 72nd minute from the top of the 18 for Avon (15-4-1).
The ball went off the crossbar and into the net over the top of the goalkeeper.
Mackenzie Culhane tallied the equalizer in the 26th minute and Yencer slotted the winner six minutes later for the Braves.
Class C state qualifer
Byron-Bergen 25-25-25, Midlakes 15-20-20
Abigail Kelley recorded 17 kills and 17 digs and Lauren Burke collected 33 assists, 7 kills and 4 digs for the Bees (20-3).
Bryanna D’Agostino added 9 digs, 7 kills and 2 aces for Erin Casey had seven digs for the Bees.
Byron-Bergen advances to play Section III’s Cazenovia in the regional round at 5 p.m. on Wednesday at Jamesville-Dewitt.
At Tri-City Fitness, Latham
Brighton’s Chhinda Som and Chandrika Sanapala took third place to medal in the doubles bracket.
Som and Sanapala, the fourth seed, rallied for a 2-6, 6-4, 6-4 victory against No. 2 seeds Gillian Perrotta and Caroline McAtee of Section I’s Eastchester in the third-place match.
Som and Sanapala, who were undefeated in league play this season, advanced to the semifinals against the top-seeded team, but lost 6-0, 6-1. The duo won back-to-back Section V championships and improved from its fourth-place finish at states year.
Joyce Luo and Liza Pinchman of Pittsford Mendon rebounded from a first-round loss to win four straight matches to claim the consolation-bracket title. Luo and Pinchman won 9-8 (8-6) over No. 8 Connie Li and Connie Hou of Corning-IV in the consolation final.