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• The MIndoft.HonIoy. F.II,·LImIStntlntl· Thursday, September 24, 2009 Visit U. at www.MendonMI .. k.I.IIO •• CClm~tJ for great savings, unadvertised specials, healthier eating, hometown happenings and more! HF-L tennis holds two wins BY DONNA MACKENZIE Wilh nine plo)'ers n:lurning fmlll 1051 yeor's Seelion V Closs 88 IiI Ie winning sqlllld 111Il1 held o 9-5 record. Ihe Uoneoye foils· I.illlo Girls Vorsity Tennis leam hus hopes for another good season Ihis year. Among the players Uf·L conch Josh Bartolottn welcomed bock is Ihree·time Seclion V Closs B singles champion in sopho. more Quinn Gleason. Gleason is ranked 25'h in Ihe nalion in Ihe girls 14-and·under age calegory. Olher vc:terans are seniors Chloe Farmer, Cara Farrell, Gabriella 17.1.0 and Somh Kac7JIlluek,juniors Laura Mueller, Ginny Tale and Teresa Weissend and sophomore Hailey ROlh. Gleason was Ihe AII·Grealer Rochester Player of the Year, on the AGR first leam and a Monroe County AII·League first leam selection in singles. Farrell was a Monroe County AII·League second team pick in doubles, Weissend an AII.League second team selection in singles and Roth an AII.League honorable mention in singles. Newcomers are sophomores Alexandra Gilligan and Brianne Kaufman. HF·L opened its season in the Oneida Tournament in Utica on Sept. 4, a tournament that featured teams from the Rochester area, Albany area and Syracuse area. Each team had three matches with each match featuring three singles contests and four doubles contests as opposed to the four·single, three·double format used in Sec· T.re .. W.llltnd II one 0' thl top retum.,. 'or the HF· L 'Innls \Im. Photo hy Dnnoo MacKen:lt! tion V. The Cougars dropped a6-1 match to Shenendehowa from the Albany area with Gleason winning her match 10-0 at first singles in the 10·game pro·set format. HF· L edged Liverpool 4-3. Gleason again won in first singles by 10-0. Weissend and Roth paired up in first doubles for a 10-1 victory. Farrell and Farmer won 10-2 in second doubles. Kaczmarek and Kaufman battled in third doubles for a 10-9 (7-5 tiebreaker) win. The Cougars fell 5-2 to Fairport with Gleason winning the first singles by 10-1 and Weissend and Roth gaining a 10-1 victory at first doubles. The Cougars roared past Eastridge 6-1 on Sept. 9. Gleason shut out her opponent 6-0, 6-0 in first singles. Weissend cruised past her second singles opponent by 6- 0, 6-0. Roth netted a 6-0, 6-0 win at third singles. Farrell collected a 6-3, 6-2 win in fourth singles. HF-L boys post first win BY DONNA MACKENZIE The Honeoye Falls·Lima Boys Varsity Soccer team began to find the back of the net last week and it paid off in the form of a victory and tie in the squad's two contests. After generating a number of shots but not scoring a goal in regulation play during its first three games, HF·L had four goals. The Cougars opened the week with a 3-2 win in overtime over Brighton on Sept. 14. Mickey Allan tallied the first goal with an assist from Constantine Deir in the first half. A pair of newcomers to the varsity, juniors Todd Alexander and Greg Buisman, teamed up for the second goal. Alexander served a good pass from the right side to Buisman, who knocked the ball in for a 2-1 lead in the second hal f. Brighton tied the game. In overtime, Buis· man had a great kick off a restart to Jim Burgasser, who headed the ball into the far post with 3 :00 left for the game·winner. Jay Tallon made four saves. HF·L (1-2-2) tied 1-1 with Victor on Sept. 16. The Blue Dev· ils held a 1-0 halftime lead. Allan tied the game for the Cougars, taking a pass from Buisman and tucking it past the goalie with 16 minutes remaining in the game. Tallon stopped nine shots. \Greg has made the most of his offensive opportunities,\ coach Mike Merrill said. \Mickey has also stepped up as far as putting the ball into the back of the net for us.\ HF-L is at Eastridge Sept. 24 and hosts Dr. Freddie Thomas Sept. 26. Youth Trophy Cup Runs is this weekend The Honeoye Falls Youth Trophy Cup Runs event is this weekend - Sunday, September 27th is the date. This will be the 13th year for the event, which will give one hundred or so area children, ages 5 to 12, a great athletic thrill with the running of eight age group races. Their cheering parents, friends and the many high school volunteers all draw inspiration from witnessing unbounded spirit, desire and fun. Participation is limited only to youth living in the Honeoye Falls-Lima school district. These cross-country style runs are Yo, V. or .9 miles, depending on Co\';\,,~11 0\ [HIg~ 7 Koufmpn and TOle corned 0 6-0, 6-1 victory 01 second doubles. Mueller and 17.1.0 teamed up 10 win 6.0, 6-0 in Ihird doubles. Pittsford SUlherland lopped the Cougars 6-1 on Sept. 14. In a rematch of lasl year's Section V championship, Gleason routed SUlherland's Elena Vidroscu 6-0, 6-0 in firsl singles. \Teresn ond Hoiley played fil'llt doubles and foced 0 rell10tch wilh the doubles Icam from SUI her land which knocked them out of last year's stale quolifier,\ Bartolotta soid. \They lost this time 6-2, 6-2 but the match was much closer than that score indicated.\ HF·L is at Fairport Sept. 23 and hosts Irondequoit Sept. 25. DI NTISTS Ollcello.,. by Appolnl.tnt (585) 226-2110 39 West Main Street, Avon ANTHONY C. SHIDELER, DDS 624-2910 G~n,,\1 D~ntlstry 67 West Main St., Honeoye Falls '. .. ,I. ........ . ,,' 62~1917 Gene ..... Dentistry for tbe entire family 1~ fo~ o,,,n:\ St. HOlleo~F.,16 ' CHIROPRACTIC Reddin. Chiropnetie Associates ' JDr.J)IIV1d Redding Providing care for: Neck & Back pain, Headaches & TMJ pain, Shoulder & Ann pain. Sore Muscles & Joints. Numbness & TIngling. Hip & Leg pain & Sports Injuries. Massage Therapy & Acupuncture available on sile 582·1866 1879 Rochester St., Limo Most major insumnces accepted PHARMACIES JohnT,\\p~ln'I'IIAk.\lM·IST MENDON r_T.....p' .. MIAk\AClST CD WI WIlY A ruu. LINI Dr MIIIII:AI. PHARMACY I1/PPLIII Ph:SBS-S24-a01Q Fx:SBS-624-a019 51 Assembly Drive Mendon. NY UMA PHARMACY Your Full Service Pharmacy FREE DELIVERYI 1923 lake Avenue. Lima 582-1140 We honor all major Third Party plans HF-L volleyball earns two wins BY DONNA MACKENZIE The Honeoye folls·Umo Girls Vorsity Volleyball team picked up its firsltwo \Yin.~ of the season lost week to od\'ance ils record to 2-4 for Ihe season. UF·L overpowered Bloomfield 25-25-25 10 17-18-22 on Sept. 14. Gabby Morey finished with four aces, six kills and Iwo blocks. Audrey Pease hnd a greal passing game wilh 14 assists. Jessica Hughes nOlched five kills. The Cougars fell 10 Victor 25-25-26 to 12-12-24 on Sepl. 16. Morey hod 0 greot defensive conlc:st with 12 digs 10 go with five kills. Peose collected II assists. Morgan Herrington tallied 16 digs, four blocks and Iwo aces. The squad rebounded with 0 25-25-25 to 18-11-18 victory over Bishop Keorney on Sept. 17. Herrington had the best game with 12 kills and seven oces. \Morgan had a very strong game,\ coach Rene Monks soid. \We had two setters working together with Audrey ond also Chelsea Jonas. Kearney did not attack the net very much. II HF·L hosts Eastridge Sept. 24 and is at Brighton Sept. 26. OPIOMIIHY/OPI\(f\\ Dr. Barry T. KI ... ck 7 North Main St., Honeoye Falls 624-2585' ,·'Co ......... I I.~.:. Serpa! 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