This week in Section V action saw a number of sectional final rematches in boys and girls volleyball and scorching hot offense from a number of boys and girls soccer players. Here are the week's top performances. Churchville-Chili got off to one of the hottest starts in Monroe County with seven straight wins while outscoring opponents, 18-4.
Breathe in the air on the sideline during a Sunday morning soccer match at Kent Park in Webster or in men’s locker rooms at ice rinks around Monroe County and you’ll probably catch a whiff of a distinctive odor, one that tells you these aren’t games featuring kids or professional athletes. “On any given day you smell the strong odor of Ben Gay,” says a smiling Bo Mansouri, 58, the manager/player for the Renegades in the Over-40 division of the Webster Fall Soccer League.
More: Top-ranked Victor has challenge ahead from No. 3 PittsfordMore: Edison's light-bulb moment: Teamwork leads to wins, spotlight game with undefeated McQuaidSchool of the Arts/NE Douglass at East, 4:15 p.m.School of the Arts at Lyons, 4:30 p.m.School of the Arts at World of Inquiry, 4:30 p.m.Katie Singleton won 6-2, 2-6, 6-3 at first singles for Hilton (6-5). Angela May won 6-2 at first singles for Marion (6-4). Taylor Loiacono won 6-0, 6-0 at first singles for Mercy (8-3).
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