We have moved into the meat of the Section V fall season with performances and games getting much more important. Here's a few of best from this week:Bright Week: Brighton senior midfielder Felipe Hanuch started a great week for the Barons, leading them to a 3-0 win over Honeoye Falls-Lima on Saturday. Hanuch had three goals and two assists in three wins this week, adding a 2-0 win over Pittsford Sutherland and a 3-0 win over Pittsford Mendon. Hanuch helped Brighton (6-1) jump to No.
Irondequoit showed it is going to be a tough team to deal with in sectionals after a 27-14 win at Brighton on Saturday. Both teams won the first week but the Barons couldn’t do much against an improved Irondequoit defense. Here are a few takeaways from Saturday:Irondequoit may be the best team in Class A. While Saturday's game was a big win for the Eagles (2-0), they have a bigger matchup in their home opener with Canandaigua next week in a battle of 2-0 teams.
After Labor Day weekend, high school sports will be in full swing. These are a few of the games we'll be looking at this week. Boys volleyball: Gates Chili at Spencerport, 6 p.m. Spencerport senior outside hitter Josh Rabidoux earned team MVP honors with 310 kills last season, helping lead the Rangers to the Division II state final. He also earned Monroe County Division II MVP a year ago and was named to the All-Greater Rochester team.
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