Marion striker passes Abby Wambach on Section V career-goal list

Marion sophomore striker Chloe DeLyser surpassed U.S. Women’s Soccer legend Abby Wambach’s Section V girls soccer career goal-scoring mark of 142 and is in a tie for fifth all-time with Jamie Koehnlein (Honeoye, 2001) with 144 goals after finishing off a penalty kick in a 4-1 win over Gananda on Friday night. DeLyser, the 5-foot-4 varsity starter since seventh grade,... more

Solid passing lifts Lady Falcons over Moravia

South Seneca junior Jenna McDonald scored five goals in a 6-0 victory over Moravia Monday afternoon, more than doubling her season output in the cross-section match-up. She put away the first five, notching all three of the Falcons’ (3-3, 1-2 Fingerlakes) first-half goals, while senior Skylar Shaulis tapped in the final one with four minutes to play in the game... more

South Seneca soccer goes for 3-peat

For the South Seneca girls varsity soccer team, success has been the norm for the past two seasons. Finishing with an undefeated regular season record for two consecutive seasons, coaching duo Nicole and Tom Hayward have created a powerhouse of a program, with no intention to cease their winning ways. Being products of South Seneca High School, the coaching couple... more

Mynderse boys soccer opens 2017 with 5-1 win over NR-Wolcott

The Mynderse Academy boys varsity soccer team hosted North Rose-Wolcott on Monday night in Seneca Falls in the season opener for both squads. The Blue Devils came away with a 5-1 victory. Mathew Reardon scored the first two goals. Sophomore Griffin Herron scored off an assist from senior Keegan Baker. Baker also assisted on the Blue Devils’ final two goals,... more

Section V preseason high school boys soccer polls released

Webster Thomas and World of Inquiry will start the season as the No. 1 teams in the Democrat and Chronicle’s boys soccer preseason polls, but based on the opinions of Section V coaches they’ll be hard-pressed to hold onto the top spots. Three other teams — defending Section V champions Fairport and Greece Athena, along with McQuaid — also received... more

Section V girls soccer: From big-school talent to small-school stars

Even before Mary Abigail Wambach became the national high school Player of the Year in 1995, Rochester was regarded as an area that was strong in girls soccer players. While there isn’t another Wambach in sight — there may never be, right? — there is another solid crop of talent. Here are 10 players to watch… Democrat & Chronicle: Read... more

Ithaca High campus springs to life for fall sports

With the stresses of handing in paperwork and medical records behind them, high school athletes can now focus on the competition as programs throughout the state hosted their first practices of the season on Monday. On a comfortable 80-degree day at Ithaca High School, several teams were scattered on the athletic fields and courts in the morning. IthacaJournal.com: Read More more

Mynderse Academy’s Doell, Brown-Trice selected to All-State soccer team

Mynderse Academy junior Hannah Brown-Trice and sophomore Mary Doell were recent selections to the NYS Class B All-State Girls Soccer team. Hannah and Mary were among the 55 girls selected from across the state to receive this recognition. Both girls were selected to receive 5th team honors. Hannah and Mary were also 1st Team All-Finger Lakes League Selections following the... more

Meet the All-Greater Rochester Fall 2016 selections

Meet the 2016 All-Greater Rochester Fall Sports teams — 163 athletes and 15 coaches selected to represent 11 teams. Several athletes repeated as Players of the Year — one two years after receiving her first recognition — while another garnered her second such honor before the end of her freshman year. What is becoming most notable about AGR athletes is... more

Catching up with… So. Seneca Falcons’ Krystofer Mosher

The South Seneca/Romulus boys soccer team finished the season 5-11-1 overall, including a 3-8-1 record in the Finger Lakes East league. The year included a spot in the Section V playoffs, where the Falcons lost 5-2 to Campbell-Savona, which made it to the section’s final four. The team graduates six of its 15 players on the roster. Three of them... more

Class C state title within reach of Lansing boys

When the high school soccer season started a little more than two months ago, the Lansing High School boys team was still reeling from the sudden death of their coach, Adam Heck, in late August. Following an emotional and trying season, the Bobcats have found strength through each other and are now two wins away from a state championship. Lansing... more

Soccer Sectionals: Lansing wins boys title

The Lansing and Trumansburg Section IV Class C boys soccer title game Saturday in Oneonta at the Wright National Soccer Campus was every bit as good as expected. The game between Interscholastic Athletic Conference (IAC) rivals went into two overtimes before Lansing’s Langston Hopkins got the game-winner and gave the Bobcats a 1-0 win. Ithaca.com – Sports: Read More more

Victor girls leave no doubt, repeat as soccer champ

Despite being the defending Class AA champion with a decent amount of talent back, the Victor girls soccer team was never ranked higher than third this fall in the Democrat and Chronicle’s large-school coaches’ poll. “Coach (Kelly) Ahern really loves to fly under the radar,” junior defender Jojo Leonardo said, “and surprise everyone.” Democrat and Chronicle – Sports: Read More more

Riemer scores duo; Lansing advances to Class C final

The Lansing Bobcats turned up the heat in the second half on a 44-degree Wednesday afternoon at Sobus Field. Two go-ahead goals lifted Lansing to a 2-1 victory over Unatego and a berth in the Section IV Class C final. The championship bout will be played Saturday in Norwich. The Bobcats (14-1-1) will play Elmira Notre Dame, a 2-0 winner... more

South Seneca girls soccer squad delivers

South Seneca came into the season as the reigning league champs, but turned heads after its first game, a 1-0 victory over Mynderse Academy. The Blue Devils had defeated South Seneca, 6-1, the year prior and though they had lost some talent to graduation, Tom Hayward said they’re always a tough team. Ithaca.com – Sports: Read More more
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