Brighton goalie Mary Flanagan, front, hugs teammate Ally Thayer, left, and Lena Lucas as they celebrate their 1-0 win over Pittsford Mendon in a match played at Thornell Road Elementary on Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014.
Charlotte Williams scored in the 23rd minute as Brighton handed Pittsford Mendon its first loss of the season, winning 1-0 on Wednesday in a Monroe County soccer game.
Lauren Donnelly played a ball into the corner and Williams maneuvered past two defenders for the goal.
Mary Flanagan made eight saves for the shutout for the the Barons (9-4-2), who have won seven straight games.
Pittsford Mendon is 12-1-2.
Webster Schroeder 2, Penfield 0
Maddy Lowe scored twice for the Warriors (9-5-1).
Lowe gave Webster Schroeder a 1-0 lead in the 26th minute and added another score in the 52nd minute.
Sara Jakobsze stopped eight shots for the shutout.
Penfield is 4-9-2.
Honeoye Falls-Lima 4, Irondequoit 1
Morgan Machiele scored twice with one assist and Elise Olivo and Julia Rowe each added a goal for HF-L (10-4-1).
Sophia Hetelekides made five saves for the Cougars.
Irondequoit is 3-8-4.
Pittsford Sutherland 3, Canandaigua 0
Vicki Beatham, Emma Tenhoopen and Annie Hanna scored for Sutherland.
Fairport 1, Victor 1
Hayley Alden scored four minutes into the second half to tie the game for Victor (7-5-3).
Hannah Shin had a goal for Fairport four minutes into the first half.
Greece Odyssey 7, Eastridge 0
Liana Bucciarelli and Alayna Riefer scored twice and Lexi Henderson added a goal and three assists for Odyssey (10-4-2).
Eastridge is 2-12-1.
Gates Chili 2, Brockport 1 (OT)
Ruby Gadomski scored five minutes into overtime to lift Gates Chili (2-12-1).
Emily Miller tied the game midway through the second half for the Spartans.
Taylor Sweeney scored in the first half for Brockport.
Webster Thomas 2, Rush-Henrietta 2
Rebecca Thrash and Jennifer Moran scored for R-H (7-7-1).
Nicole Gerritz and Madison Mason scored goals for Webster Thomas (9-2-4).
Caledonia-Mumford 7, Mount Morris 0
Rachel Hume and Jessica Garland each scored twice for Cal-Mum (16-0).
Abby Webster added a goal for the Red Raiders.
Keshequa 7, Pavilion 0
Laura Sherlock scored twice with two assists and Cameryn Bugman and Felicia Perham added a goal and an assist for Keshequa (11-4-1).
Payton Powers made four saves for the shutout.
Livonia 2, Bath 0
Sarah English scored 21 minutes into the second half and Ali Minnehan added a goal on a penalty kick for Livonia (14-1), which clinched the Livingston Division 1 Title and Class B No. 1 seed.
Le Roy 3, Letchworth 0
Tess Diskin, Kaitline Cartwright and Lydia Borrelli for Le Roy (5-9-2).
Kayla Heimlich made six saves for the shutout.
York 3, Geneseo 0
Jennifer Mandarano scored two goals off corner kicks and Katie Mandarano tallied a goal in the 6th minute to give York (7-7-1) a 1-0 lead.
Geneseo is 9-6-1.
Greece Arcadia 4, School of Inquiry 0
Lexi Couture, Julia Green, Jessica Ballou and Lily Schultz scored for the Titans (5-9-1).
Dansville 6, Wellsville 1
Kate Ferguson scored four goals and Leah Whitman added a goal and an assist for Dansville (4-11).
Maddie Farrell had the last goal for the Mustangs.
Honeoye Falls-Lima 25-25-25, Greece Athena 9-12-14
Katie Mansfield had 26 digs and Lauren Chlebove added six aces and 12 digs for HF-L (12-4).
Maddy Joseph recorded seven kills and 10 digs for the Cougars.
Wilson 25-14-25-25, Edison 22-25-21-17
Emma Serapilio-Frank finished with four aces and seven kills and LaQweda Walker added five aces and nine kills for Wilson (7-7).
Perry 25-24-25-25, Le Roy 23-26-14-12
Sydney Cowie had 21 kills and six blocks and Micaela Van Buren added 10 digs for Perry (14-6).
Le Roy is 15-2.
Warsaw 18-23-25-25-25, Letchworth 25-25-14-22-18
Sammi Robb had 14 kills and four aces and Ashton Abbitt added nine kills and six blocks for Warsaw (11-6).
Livonia 26-25-25-18-25, Dansville 28-21-12-25-15
Kelly Hierlwimmer had 13 kills and Trudy Shull added 10 digs and six kills for Livonia (12-3).
Caledonia-Mumford 25-25-14-25, Avon 18-23-25-14
Angela Coyle finished with 18 kills, 5 aces and 16 digs and Emily MacDonald added 19 digs for the Cal-Mum (10-7).
Caroline Christiano had eight kills and two blocks for Avon (9-8).
Mercy 25-25-25, Pittsford Mendon 15-9-21
Kailey Falk had 12 kills and 10 digs and Maddie Kocoloski added 12 digs and eight aces to pace Mercy (9-3).
The Vikings are 6-11.
Kendall 25-25-25, Charlotte 11-6-11
Sarah Pearson served 15 points with 9 aces, 3 kills and 2 digs and Alexis Payton added 10 aces and two digs for Kendall (7-11).
Abby Horst had seven aces and three kills for the Eagles.
Bishop Kearney 25-25-25, School for the Deaf 14-16-12
Maura Nicholson had 15 assists, 5 digs and 3 aces for Bishop Kearney (10-4).
Pittsford Sutherland 1, Pittsford Mendon 1
Amanda Chen tallied a goal with six minutes left to tie the game at 1 for the Knights (7-4-2).
Jennifer Lee scored in the first half for the Vikings (8-1-4).
Brighton 9, Irondequoit 0
Keeley Samsonik scored three goals and Miranda Lakis added two goals and an assist for Brighton (12-0-1).
East Rochester 3, Eastridge 0
Christine Touranjoe scored twice and Meghan Brock added a goal for ER (8-3-2).
Webster Schroeder 4, Hilton 1
Jessica Belt scored twice with one assist and Lindsay Scott had a goal and two assists for the Warriors (9-4).
Myu Arujunan tallied the other goal in the win.
Hilton is 1-10-2.
Top-seeded Tami Comins of Pittsford Mendon won 10-0 in the first round and 6-2, 6-0 to advance to the semifinals.
Quarterfinals: No. 1 Tami Comins (Pittsford Mendon) def. No. 8 Rene Gangarosa (Brighton) 6-2, 6-0; No. 4 Alyx Hullfish (Brockport) def. No. 5 Alyssa Brault (Churchville-Chili) 6-7(5), 6-2, 6-2; No. 3 Emily Stanley (Victor) def. No. 6. Jackie Lisak (Irondequoit), 6-1, 6-4; No. 2 Olga Shvetosva (Brighton) def. Laura Freeman (Churchville-Chili) 6-0, 6-1.
First round: No. 1 Comins (Pittsford Mendon) def. Haily Filer (Spencerport), 10-0; No. 8 Gangarosa (Brighton) def. Monica Morgan (Canandaigua) 10-3; No. 5 Brault (Churchville-Chili) def. Meghana Kakaaria (Greece Athena); No. 4 Hullfish (Brockport) def. Linda Vasavong (Wilson) 10-0; No. 3 Stanley (Victor) def. Alyssa DeMott (Canandaigua) 10-0; No. 6 Lisak (Irondequoit) def. Eliza Gonzalez (Brockport) 10-5; No. 7 Freeman (Churchville-Chili) def. Eddiena Cheney, 10-0; No. 2 Shvetsova (Brighton) def. Kristen Snodgrass (Pittsford Mendon), 10-0.
Quarterfinals: No. 1 Chhinda Som/Chandrika Sanapala (Brighton) def. Anna Wedly/Emma Remis (Irondequoit) 6-0, 6-0; No. 4 Grace Doyle/Irena Gao (Pittsford Mendon) def. Sarah Marro/Mia Haller (Victor) 5-7, 6-4, 6-2; No. Emily Chei/Rachel Herrmann (Brighton) def. No. 6 Brenna Marine/Sarah Newton (Victor) 6-0, 6-0; No. 2 Joyce Luo/Liza Pinchman (Pittsford Mendon) def. No. 7 Stacey Belikov/Emily Dowler (Brighton), 6-2, 6-0.
First round: Wedly/Remis (Irondequoit) def. No. 8 Eliza Soth/Julia Gardner (Canandaigua), 10-3; No. 5 Marro/Haller (Victor) def. Alyssa Daggs/Skye Probst (Greece Athena), 10-0; No. 4 Doyle/Gao (Pittsford Mendon) def. Jenna Putt/Jamie Putt (Spencerport), 10-0; No. 3 Cehi/Herrmann (Brighton); Brianna Starr/Lauren Burr (Churchville-Chili) 10-0; No. 6 Marine/Newton def. Katie Miller/Amelia Sykes (Irondequoit), 10-5; No. 7 Belikov/Dowler (Brighton) def. Era Gjonbala/Linda Coleman (Canandaigua), 10-3.