BATAVIA — Junior Ella Radley scored two goals as No. 2 Batavia downed No. 7 Geneva Friday in B1 quarterfinal action at VanDetta.
Radley’s first goal came eight minutes into the second half assisted by Grace Parker.
Radley scored the eventual game-winner with 10 minutes left in regulation assisted by Adyson O’Donnell.
Batavia keeper Julia Petry posted eight saves.
The Lady Blue Devils will take on No. 3 Aquinas in Tuesday’s semifinals.
Fourth-seeded Livonia got three goals from Kylie Buckley as the Lady Bulldogs advanced into the semifinals with the win.
Midlakes got a goal from Kate Mahoney.
Livonia is 7-6-3 and will take on No. 1 Pal-Mac Tuesday.
Bath-Haverling 8, Attica 0
Ella Yartym scored four goals as the No. 1 Lady Rams (18-0) blanked Attica Friday.
Keegan Smith added two goals while Meredith Czajkowski and Triesta Sprague both netted one as Bath will take on
Bath keepers Lola Coots and Reese Sweet combined for the shutout.
Attica keepers Alanna Pellicane (19 saves) and Alyssa Elmore (two saves) combined for 21 saves.
Attica finished 6-12-0 on the season.
Seniors Bridget McMaster and Mary Claire Rollins combined for all three goals as No. 2 Geneseo blanked No. 7 Addison in quarterfinal action.
McMaster scored two goals — the first one 13 minutes into the game and her second with 33 minutes left in regulation.
Rollins scored with 17 minutes left in the first half off an assist from eighth-grader Alison Fowler.
Geneseo keeper Caroline Capel posted seven saves for the shutout.
Geneseo improved to 16-2 on the season and will meet No. 3 Holley in Tuesday’s semifinals.
“This was the most complete game of soccer we’ve played since early season,” Geneseo coach Nick Drollette said. “Front to back, top to bottom, everyone did what was asked of them and it showed. That is a very good Addison team and our girls should be proud of what they did but they also know the job isn’t done yet.”
Holley 4, York/Pavilion 0
Samantha Bates scored three goals as No. 3 Holley blanked Y/P in quarterfinal action.
Bates scored unassisted eight minutes into the game and then added her second goal 10 minutes later off an assist from Jailyn Bishop.
Holley’s Emma Brady scored late in the first half off an assist from Isabella Thom.
Bates netted her hat trick with 18 minutes left in regulation.
Holley keeper Layne Walker posted the clean sheet with one save.
Fourth-seeded Warsaw got goals from Ellie Tangeman and Chloe Hubbard as they blanked Cal-Mum.
The game remained scoreless with seven minutes left in the first half when Tangeman scored off a ball from Hubbard to put the Lady Tigers up 1-0.
The two then reversed their roles in the second half when Hubbard scored a goal assisted by Tangeman with 19 minutes left in regulation.
Keeper Hailey Degroff posted four saves for the shutout.
Warsaw meets No. 1 Byron-Bergen Tuesday in the semifinals.
Byron-Bergen 9, Cuba-Rushford 0
Mia Gray scored four goals and dished out one assist as No. 1 B-B breezed into Tuesday’s semifinals.
Gray scored three of her goals in the first half.
Elizabeth Starowitz added three goals and two assists while Mackenzie Hagen and Janessa Amesbury both scored once.
Cuba-Rushford keeper Tara Duvall made 20 saves.
The unbeaten Lady Bees (18-0) play No. 4 Warsaw Tuesday.
Wheatland-Chili 4, Notre Dame 1
Four different players scored goals as No. 3 Wheatland-Chili advanced to the semifinals.
Vanessa Guererro and Emily Parker scored first half goals while Lillian Swavely and Alison Farrell added second half goals for the Lady Wildcats.
Swavely and Ella Chitaphong added assists for W-C, who will play No. 7 Bolivar-Richburg in the semis.
Notre Dame’s Kate Ricupito scored assisted by Emma Sisson for the Lady Irish.
W-C keepers Marena DeBruyne (two saves) and Keira Nash (three saves) combined for five saves.
Notre Dame keeper Rebeka Nickerson posted eight saves.
Pavilion swept past York Friday winning 25-23, 25-17 and 25-21.
Pavilion (18-2) was led by Lauren Kingsley with 20 kills, six aces and three blocks while Cady Call had 14 assists and six digs.
York (11-7) was led by Joanna Geary’s 13 assists while Anna Lyness had seven kills and three aces.
The victory for Pavilion clinched the LCAA D-III title with a perfect 8-0 record in the division.
Letchworth over Rochester Academy
Letchworth won by scores of 25-14, 25-13 and 25-9 in non league action Friday.
Senior Morgan Brace led the balanced attack with eight kills, eight assists and three aces while junior Trinity Scott added five kills.
Sophomore Alannah Roberts ripped 13 aces with four kills while junior Abbie DeRock added five aces and two kills.
Junior Reagan Bannister had four kills while classmate Jaylene Cole contributed six aces and five digs.
Also seniors Sarah Andrews had three blocks and two kills while Brenda Martin-Kemp and Tessa Sherman both had an ace.
Letchworth improved to 18-2.
Fourth-seeded Keshequa got goals from Ian Hinrich and Danny Burley as they nipped No. 5 Finney in Friday’s quarterfinals.
Aiden Howe and Nathan Thayer had the assists for the Indians, who will play Fillmore in Tuesday’s semifinals in Perry.
Mount Morris 8, Andover/Whitseville 0
Navier Ford scored three goals and added one assist while Payton Bownds added three goals of his own as No. 1 Mount Morris rolled into the semifinals.
Ben Bacon and Chase Young also scored goals for the Blue Devils. Bacon and Jack Lonsberry also added two assists.
Keeper Aidan Stanley had five saves in net for his fifth varsity shutout of the season.
“Tonight we did what we were supposed to, dominated play, escaped with zero injuries and cards and everyone on the team had a chance to get in the game,” M-M coach Joe Connolly said.
Mount Morris is 11-6-0 and will take on Hinsdale in Tuesday’s semifinals in Perry.
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