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    Underclassmen lead Golden Eagles

    Freshman Camryn Pettit scored twice and classmate Kayla Usborne made seven saves for her second collegiate shutout as Brockport defeated Oswego 2-0 to open conference play during Homecoming weekend. Usborne came way out of her net to...

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  • Calus leads Saints swimmers

    Junior Taylor Calus took first in both the 50-freestyle and 100-breaststroke and was part of the winning 200-freestyle relay team to lead Churchville-Chili to their first win of the season; a 93-76 victory over RCSD-United in girls...

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  • Kendall silences fighting Irish

    Senior Katie Pearson, junior Brianna Wakefield, and sophomore Aleyza Brown each scored two goals as Kendall built an 8-0 first half lead on their way to a 9-0 shutout of Batavia Notre Dame in a girls soccer...

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  • The Bees are off to a winning start this season. Photo by Warren Kozireski.
    Bees volleyball off to 6-0 start

    Byron-Bergen continued their winning ways to begin the 2019 season as they extended their non-tournament record to 6-0 and had not lost a single game in dual competition after sweeping Kendall 25-11, 25-17, 25-16 in girls volleyball....

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  • Tardy, Fuller pace Bees

    It took only 90 seconds for Byron-Bergen to score and they didn’t stop in their 7-1 girl’s soccer rout of Oakfield-Alabama/Elba. Senior Miriam Tardy netted four goals with one assist while fellow-senior Kelsey Fuller racked up one...

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  • Sagan helps Blue Devils swamp Batavia

    Junior Elizabeth Sagan won two individual events and was part of a winning relay team, and Brockport finished one-two in four different races as they defeated Batavia 100-66 in girls swimming. Sagan took first in the 50-freetyle...

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  • Blue Devils sweep doubles

    Brockport swept all three doubles matches and won two of four singles events to defeat Gates-Chili 5-2 in girls tennis. Freshman Philia Wood and eighth-grader Prophecy Wood had little trouble winning their first doubles match 6-1, 6-0...

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  • Breanna Giacolone (l) scored the winning goal on a cross from Leah Marron (r). Photo by Warren Kozireski.
    Giacolone nets O-T winner

    Despite ten glorious scoring chances over the first 40 minutes and at least three more in the second half, Churchville-Chili and Irondequoit played over 90 minutes of scoreless soccer. Until junior Leah Marron surprised the defender by...

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  • Saints netters win second straight

    The first doubles team of senior Julianna Saxena and junior Adrianna Agnello overcame a 2-6 loss in the first set to win the final two sets 6-3, 6-3 to provide the clinching victory in Churchville-Chili’s 5-2 win...

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  • Rangers sweep Titans in soccer DH

    Sophomores came through in the clutch as Jacob Lenhard staked the boys to a 1-0 lead on their way to a 2-1 victory before Bre DeHond registered one goal and one assist to lead the girls to...

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