By Chris Metcalf
GENESEO – Chris Masters and the Geneseo boys are rolling.
Host Geneseo picked up another victory Thursday night as they downed rival Keshequa 4-1 in LCAA action,
Geneseo, who started the season 1-2, has now reeled off nine straight dubs and improved their overall record to 10-1-1.
After Owen Pike scored in the first minute for Keshequa, Geneseo rallied for four unanswered goals sparked by goals from Caleb Rice, Cooper Warner, Sam Chanler and Kellen Obrien.
Rice also finished with two assists while Obrien and Oren Ray each had one assist for the Blue Devils.
“We have some great kids and excellent team play,” coach Masters said.
Keshequa fell to 7-6.
Avon 3, Cal-Mum 1
The defending state finalists got two goals from Austin Lattuca and one from Dominic Patti as they downed Cal-Mum.
Lattuca scored the first goal about 20 minutes into the game assisted by Trevor Stroud.
Just five minutes later Patti converted a PK for the Braves.
Lattuca put the game on ice with his second goal with 10 minutes left in regulation assisted by Jack Ruter.
Cal-Mum’s lone goal came halfway through the second half by Jacob Wiley assisted by Tyler McClurg.
Avon controlled possession and outshot Cal-Mum by a large margin.
“Overall the Braves dictated play but Cal-Mum played very hard and never let down,” said Avon coach Tony Patti.
Avon improved to 6-4-2 on the season while Cal-Mum slipped to 3-7-2.
LetSaw 2, Mount Morris 1
Host Mount Morris suffered a tough LCAA crossover loss to the United.
Letsaw started the scoring on a corner kick from Brody McGirr on a finish by Gavin Kemp.
Mount Morris would get one back early in the second half on a misplayed ball as Owen Yencer scored the goal to make it 1-1.
It stayed that way until three minutes left in regulation when Jacob Stowell scoring off another assist by McGirr who slid the ball across the six to an open Stowell for the game-winner.
“It was a tough loss, a game I feel could have gone either way,” M-M coach Joe Connolly said. “I thought Owen Yencer, Tyler Guzzardi and Bryson Constantino played solid games for us and their hard work gave us plenty of opportunities to be successful.”
Bath 2, Dansville 0
Dansville keeper Cameron Delaney ended the night with eight saves in goal as the Mustangs fell to 3-9-2 on the season.
“We had a few opportunities to score and were not able to convert on their chances,” said Dansville coach Steve French. “Player of the match was Logan Kendall and best play of the game goes to Carson Mays, who did a great job marking his man tonight and keeping him from scoring.”
Dansville plays again Tuesday in Caledonia Mumford.