Louis Cup scored twice, including the winner on a breakaway 3:45 into overtime to lift Irondequoit in a 4-3 win over Brighton/Honeoye Falls-Lima/East Rochester on Saturday in a Section V hockey game.
The Eagles (6-4) led 3-0 with early in the third period.
Brett Randall scored twice and Alex Mapstone added a goal for the Barons, all coming in the final six minutes. Randall tied the game with 1:47 left.
Anthony Thurston scored twice in the first period and Cup added a goal in the third period for the Eagles.
Batavia/Alexander 3, Greece Arcadia/Olympia 0
Jake Kasmarek scored twice and Bryce Polito added a goal for the Ice Devils (3-4-1).
Connor Hyde-Hamilton made 21 saves for the shutout.
Gates Chili 4, Geneseo/Livonia/
J.P. Reilly had a goal and an assist for the Spartans (7-3).
A.J. Huck, Joe Blankenberg and Connor Mulhern scored in the first period to give Gates Chili a 3-0 lead.
Morgan Brown made 31 saves for the Lakers (8-3).
Robert J. Smith Memorial Hockey Showcase
Webster Thomas 5, Webster Schroeder 0
Ben Monroe had two goals and an assist and Pierce Curry added a goal and two assists for Webster Thomas (8-3).
Belton Jerzak made 14 saves to earn the shutout for the Titans.
Buffalo St. Joseph’s 3, Pittsford 2
Buffalo Saint Joseph scored twice during the second period, after a scoreless first. A power-play goal early in the third gave St. Joseph’s a 3-1 lead.
Griffin Avery scored from the point with 11:30 remaining to cut Pittsford’s deficit to one goal. Connor Haims scored the first goal for Pittsford, which has lost its last three games.
Brockport 8, Oswego-III 2
Dylan Sharpe recorded a hat trick and Mitchell Henshaw added two goals and four assists for Brockport (3-6-1).
Matt Roe, Alex Harley and Carrolton Ekiyor all had goals for the Blue Devils.
Buffalo Bishop Timon 1
Joe Pasko tallied three goals and two assists and Mike Campbell added two goals and one assist to pace the Knights (12-1).
Jack Dugan had a goal and two assists for McQuaid.
Clarence-VI 4, Canandaigua 3
Hunter Reid recorded a goal and an assist to lead Canandaigua.
Joe Post and Colin Wall added goals for the Braves.
Fairport 3, Baldwinsville-III 0
Tyler Sullivan had a goal and two assists to lead Fairport (9-2).
Mason Eichmann and Alex Schoepfel added goals for the Red Raiders.
Luke Barnes made 20 saves to earn the shutout for the Red Raiders.
Lockport Boosters Wrestling Invitational
Fairport 152-pounder Anthony Bell was named the most outstanding wrestler of the tournament. Jacob Bell at 106, Zack Barker at 132, James Arao at 138, Chris Barker at 145 and Billy Bolia at 195 also won their weight classes.
Fairport, ranked No. 3 in the state among teams from large schools, won its fourth tournament of the season.
“We were six for six in the finals,” Fairport coach Michael Kohl said.
Rush-Henrietta 220-pounder Jesse Trout won his weight class. Austin Kassel at 113, Justin Klein at 145 and Sergio Crespo at 195 advanced to finals and helped Rush-Henrietta to a fourth-place finish.
“We’re wrestling better, but not better than Fairport,” Rush-Henrietta coach Mickey Marlowe said.
Fairport wrestles at Fulton of Section III, or Syracuse-region, on Thursday, then will join Penfield and Webster Thomas at Rush-Henrietta on Jan. 17 for the Takedown Cancer Duals.
Team scores: Fairport 235.5 points, Lockport 194.5, Niagara-Wheatfield 186, Rush-Henrietta 146.5, Newfane 117, Buffalo St. Joseph’s 101.5, Lyndonville 87.5, Lewiston-Porter 69, North Tonawanda 56.5, Clarence 51.5, Starpoint 44.5, Akron 41, Depew 35, West Seneca East 32, LeRoy 31, Fairport B 30, Rush-Henrietta B 30, Medina 27.5, Barker/Royalton-Hartland 25.5, Lockport B 3, Wilson-VI 0.
Robert Bradshaw Memorial Tournament
Nate Sanger won by major decision at 160 pounds for Webster Thomas.
At 195 pounds, Donnie Neuffer won by sudden victory in overtime for Hilton.
Team: Fulton 211.5 points, Athens (Pa.) 190, Webster Thomas 182.5, Geneseo 121, Canandaigua 107.5, Irondequoit 106, Greece 89, Chenango Forks 87, Newark 86.5, Palmrya-Macedon 83, Honeoye Falls-Lima 70, Marcus Whitman 68, Gates Chili 55, Hilton 44, Penn Yan 38.5.
Weight class finals: 99 pounds: Wyatt Willis (Fulton) pinned John Chappelle (MW) 2:58. 106: Matt Brothers (Geneseo) dec. CJ Lee (Thomas) 1-0. 113: Brock Horton (Athens) pinned Charles Ribble (Iron) :33. 120: Brian Courtney (Athens) tech. fall Adam DeMauro (Fulton) 17-2. 126: Mitch Woodworth (Fulton) dec. Derek St. James (GC) 6-0. 132: Gage Cannavino (Athens) sudden victory Cole Kirch (PY) 16-14 OT. 138: Jack Borrelli (Greece) dec. Nate Bradley (Athens) 4-2. 145: Robert Lukaszonas (Geneseo) dec. Collin Flynn (Fulton) 7-3. 152: Justin Harter (Greece) tech. fall Devin Soliday (Pal-Mac) 16-1. 160: Nate Sanger (Thomas) major dec. Niko Gorsuch-Chamberlin (Newark) 13-5. 170: James Lukaszonas (Geneseo) dec. Frederick Daniely (Canan) 5-0. 182: Seth Patterson (HF-L) pinned Mitchel Robarge (MW) 3:43. 195: Donnie Neuffer (Hilton) sudden victory Caleb Gould (CF) 4-2, OT. 220: Todd Brockhuizen (Pal-Mac) dec. Allen-Micheal Rios (CF) 5-3. 285: Cameron Rohr (Iron) pinned Mike Macauley (Geneseo) :20.
Swimming and diving
Fab Four Tournament
Noah Stevens of Brighton had state cut times in the 100 butterfly and 100 breaststroke.
Nick Olson made state cut times in the 50 freestyle and 100 freestyle for Brockport.
Team: Class A: 1. Pittford, 2. Honeoye Falls-Lima; Class B: 1. Canandaigua, 2. Brighton; Class C: 1. Avon, 2. Dansville.
Individual: 200 medley relay: Brockport (Chris Phillips, Nick Olson, Nathaniel Bartalo, Brandon Amthor): 1:40.23*: 200 freestyle: Arthur Fan (Pittsford) 1:44.53*; 200 IM: Alex Brion (Canandaigua) 1:58.49*; 50 freestyle: Nick Olson (Brockport) 21.21*; Diving: Scott Lazeroff (Brighton) 541.85; 100 butterfly: Noah Stevens (Brighton) 51.67*; 100 freestyle: Olson (Brockport) 47.14*; 500 freestyle: James Baker (HF-L) 4:46.86*; 200 freestyle relay: Honeoye Falls-Lima (Paul Tobin, David Delaus, Harper Coleman, James Baker) 1:30.92; 100 backstroke: Alex Brion (Canandaigua) 53.35*; 100 breaststroke: Noah Stevens (Brighton) 58.16*; 400 free relay: Brockport (Bartalo, Phillips, Amthor, Olson) 3:16.21*.
*State cut time
Harley Allendale-Columbia Invitational
York won the boys title with 248 points. Notre Dame’s John Lee was named the boys swimmer of the meet, winning both the 100 butterfly (57.11) and 100 freestyle (50.40).
On the girls side, Harley-Allendale Columbia won 8 of 11 events to snap Attica’s three-year winning streak and earn the team title with 352 points. Attica was second with 280.
Nicole Gelb of H-AC was selected girls swimmer of the meet, winning both the 50 freestyle (25.10) 100 freestyle (56.75) in meet and school records while also swimming legs on the winning 200 medley and 400 freestyle relay teams.
Boys/Team: 1. York (248), 2. Harley Allendale-Columbia (214), 3. Gananda (208), 4. Canisteo-Greenwood (164), 5. Attica (159), 6. Notre Dame (129), 7. Fulton (126), 8. Wheatland-Chili (85), 9. World of Inquiry (40).
200 medley relay: Canisteo Greenwood (Westin Perry, Nate Booth, Derek Dennis, Ethan Williamson) 1:52.73; 800 freestyle relay: York (Michael Schultheis, Tanner Streb, Wyatt Copper, Collin Lajoie) 8:07.43; 200 IM: Alex Kunes (Attica) 2:11.28; 50 freestyle: Jack Gumina (HAC) 22.80; 100 butterfly: Jon Lee (Notre Dame) 57.11; 400 medley relay: Canisteo Greenwood (Perry, Booth, Dennis, Williamson) 4:14.84; 100 freestyle: Lee (Notre Dame) 50.40; 100 backstroke: Chris Lemley (Notre Dame) 1:00.14; 400 freestyle relay: Attica (Tyler Stachowiak, Spencer Head, Matthew Langerman, Kunes) 3:46. 76; 100 breaststroke: Nate Booth (C-G) 1:04.30; 200 freestyle relay: Harley Allendale-Columbia (Gil Smolyak, Liam Brennan-Burke, Matthew Gelb, Gumina) 1:37.74.
Girls/Team: 1. Harley Allendale-Columbia (352), 2. Attica (280), 3. Oakfield-Alabama (212), 4. Wheatland-Chili (132), 5. Notre Dame (118).
200 medley relay: Harley Allendale-Columbia (Nicole Gelb, Jasmine Cui, Floriana Milazzo, Sarah Fink) 2:09.48; 800 freestyle relay: Harley Allendale-Columbia (Lily Kegl, Emily Yax, Emma Tracy, Lila Campbell) 9:32.67; 200 IM: Madi LaGrou (Oakfield-Alabama) 2:30.34; 50 freestyle: Nicole Geleb (HAC) 25.10; 100 butterfly: Emma Tracy (HAC) 1:08.68; 400 medley relay: Oakfield-Alabama: Maegen Grossman, Madi Lagrou, Liz Jurs, Brittany Hicks) 4:59.17; 100 freestyle: Geleb (HAC) 56.75; 100 backstroke: Sarah Fink (HAC) 1:07.74; 400 free relay: Harley Allendale-Columbia (Emma Tracy, Lily Kegl, Sarah Fink, Nicole Gelb) 3:58.98; 100 breaststroke: Jasmine Cui (HAC) 1:24.00; 200 free relay: Attica (Sierra Johnson, Macayla Barnes, Amanda Conrad, Jordan Hardie) 1:55.56.