ATTICA — Simon says “Score goals, and win games.”
Senior Simon Lamparelli scored twice as unbeaten Attica/Alexander (15-0-0) defeated Holley 2-1 in Genesee Region action Wednesday at Alumni Field.
The victory gave A/A a perfect 12-0-0 record in the GR winning the title.
It was Attica’s second league championship since 2020.
Lamparelli opened the scoring on ‘Senior Night’ about 20 minutes into the game when he scored off a pass from Ryan Meides.
Holley tied the score just before halftime on a goal by Cameron Bates.
Lamparelli scored the game winner with 20 minutes left in the game off a pass from Josh Kubik.
The defense held up for the final 20 minutes, and goalie Ben Kipfer made a couple of key saves to preserve the win for A/A, who will finish their regular season Friday night with a match against non-league opponent Albion.
On the season, A/A has outscored their opponents 73-12.
Lamparelli leads the league with 38 goals and four assists.
Notre Dame 3, Lyndonville 1
Three different players scored goals for Notre Dame as they improved to 8-6-1 on the season following their GR victory Wednesday.
Kate Ricupito scored nine minutes into the game while Emma Sisson drilled a PK late in the first half.
Autumn Mathisen scored unassisted midway through the second half for the final margin.
Mathisen also assisted on ND’s first goal.
Lyndonville’s lone goal came from Michayla Greene off an assist from Elizabeth Whipple in the first half.
ND keeper Rebeka Nickerson made four saves for the Lady Irish, who will play Kendall in their regular season finale Friday.
Anna Varland scored four goals while Alyssa Turner added two goals as host Batavia blanked Eastridge at VanDetta.
Grace Parker and Julia Preston also scored goals.
Batavia celebrated their three Seniors Julia Petry, Cesia Isamay Murillo Rios, and Tiarah Banks.
Petry made three saves for her clean sheet while Banks assisted on the game’s first goal.
Ella Shamp added two assists while Parker, Libby Grazioplene, Lillian Emerson and Lilly Mileham each had one assist.
Batavia is 10-1-4. The Lady Blue Devils host Greece Arcadia Friday night.
Warsaw clinched the LCAA D-III title with their victory over Keshequa Wednesday.
Taylor Howard, Chloe Hubbard and Kaitlyn Treutlein all scored goals for Warsaw.
Howard’s goal came in the first minute of action off a corner kick.
Makaylah Higgins dished out two assists for the Lady Tigers.
Keshequa’s Braelyn Isaman scored both goals for her team while Libby Benner and Ava Thayer added assists.
Warsaw keeper Hailey Degroff posted eight saves while counterpart Isabella Hugi made four saves for Keshequa.
Mary Claire Rollins and Lili Weber both scored two goals as Geneseo blanked Perry.
Rollins scored her first goal just two minutes into the game and added her second one early in the second half.
Weber also scored one goal ion each half.
Maddie Mark added a goal of her own — late in the first half — assisted by Brynn Videtti.
“This was a very good bounce back win with people stepping up to fill some spaces for injured players,” Geneseo coach Nick Drollette said. “It was a great way to close out the regular season and head in to sectionals.”
Bre Bishop and Emma Brogan both scored twice as Cal-Mum blanked M-M in LCAA action.
Adrianna DiSalvo and Marissa Roides also scored goals for the Raiders.
Bishop, Rachelle Richter, Holly McGinnis and Hazell Nickerson all had assists.
Cal-Mum keeper Madison Wyskiel posted the clean sheet with two saves.
Hana Gill scored two goals while Charity Scott added one as Letchworth downed Avon in LCAA D-II action.
Scott’s goal came 12 minutes into the game off an assist from Lindsay Constable.
Both Gill’s goals came unassisted within a 90-second span in the first half.
Letchworth keeper Ella Belkota posted 11 saves.
Katie Adams scored two goals — one coming in each half — as host HF-L downed Livonia in non league action.
Kyleigh Dudley and Maria Karipidis assisted on the goals.
Livonia’s lone goal came from Olivia Feehan in the second half.
HF-L keeper Emily White posted two saves while Livonia’s Mary Kwak stopped 14 shots.
Attica swept past Byron Bergen winning 25-18, 25-19, and 25-15.
Leading the way for Attica was Ellie Cusmano with 10 kills, four digs and three aces while Elise Dressel had 20 assists.
Olivia Mercado also helped the cause with eight kills and six aces.
For B-B, Emma Balduf had seven digs, two kills and one ace while Noel Dormann added four digs and one kill.
Pavilion over Oakfield-Alabama
The wake-up call came late in the first set for Pavilion and head coach Rex Eighmey.
With Oakfield-Alabama holding a 16-10 lead, Eighmey called a time out and proceeded to watch his Lady Gophers outscore O-A 15-2 to grab the lead during their three-set sweep.
Pavilion won by scores of 25-18, 25-14, and 25-18 in non-league action.
“Once we got in our rhythm late in the first, we were able to play our game,” coach Eighmey said. “O-A played hard and had a lot of great digs.”
Pavilion was led by Lauren Kingsley with 15 kills, five aces, and three blocks while Karlee Zinkievich had eight digs and seven kills. Courtney Gurbacki tallied 10 assists and three digs for Pavilion.
Oakfield-Alabama was led by Renna Robinson’s 13 digs, Ryleigh Kirkum’s five kills and four digs and Jo Carabello’s six digs, four kills and two aces.
LeRoy (14-1) swept past Elba (6-9) in non league action winning by scores of 25-8, 25-13 and 25-12.
Sophia Braun had seven service points including five aces while Kylee Green added nine points and five digs.
Allie Ingles knocked down nine kills for the Lady Knights.
Host Letchworth swept past Perry Wednesday — 25-12, 25-19 and 25-18.
Letchworth was led by Alannah Roberts with nine kills and four digs while Trinity Scott added eight kills, two aces and two blocks. Morgan Brace dished out 19 assists with three kills and two aces while Jaylene Cole tallied three aces and two digs. Abbie DeRock added three digs and two aces, Reagan Bannister had four kills and two digs and Sarah Andrews added two kills and a block.
For Perry, Emma Darocha had five digs and three aces while Nellie Koronas added 12 assists and a block.
Letchworth improved to 14-2 on the season while Perry fell to 11-5.
Livonia swept past Way-Co winning 27-25, 25-9 and 25-9.
Livonia was led by Emma Simmons with eight aces and six kills while Julie Renner had nine assists with five aces.
For Way-Co, Reese Ferguson had seven digs with three kills and one ace.
Pavilion/York over Keshequa
Pavilion/York downed Keshequa in four sets Wednesday winning 25-27, 25-18, 25-14 and 25-16.
P/Y (4-7) was led by Brad Gurbacki with 16 digs, 11 kills and six aces while Evan Carroll had 13 kills.
Christian Walburn dished out 30 assists while Nick Weber and Evan Sidhu had 10 and six digs respectively.