On what was a gorgeous evening in Geneva, the Panthers were able to come out victorious by a score of 17-5 over the Mynderse/Romulus Blue Devils. The first few minutes were even on both sides with the score being tied 2-2 with 18:55 remaining in the first half. After that, Geneva would go on to score 11 of the remaining 13 goals in the first half. Allie Good, a sophomore, was crucial for Geneva notching 10 points in the first half (6 goals, 4 assists). Using the surge, the Panthers were able to take a 13-4 lead into halftime.
The second half proved to be low scoring with only five total goals. Mynderse-Romulus was able to get on the board first as junior Kelly Kohberger netted one on a feed from Chelsea Korzeniewki. That marker was the only goal of the second half for the Blue Devils as Geneva was able to control play for the victory.
GEN: Allie Good (6g, 4a); Rylie McGhan (4g); Mikayla Myer (3g, 1a); Sophie Heieck (1g, 1a); Grace Validzic (1g, 1a); Emma Bossard (1g); Sophia Cosentino (7svs, 5ga)
MYN/ROM: Kelly Kohberger (2g, 1a); Chelsea Korzeniewski (1g, 1a); Amelia Reese (1g); Myah Herron (1g); Bridget Mapstone (7svs, 17ga)
The Mynderse-Romulus Blue Devils look to rebound as they travel to Brockport tomorrow. Game time is scheduled for 5 p.m. The Geneva Panthers look to build off their momentum as they travel to Gananda-Marion on Wednesday. The opening draw is scheduled for 5:30 p.m.
Our next broadcast of local High School Sports will be on Thursday as Penn Yan welcomes Pal-Mac in Boys Lacrosse. Paul Russo and Nate Sharman will have all the action on FL1 Radio. Pregame coverage begins at 5:50 with the opening draw scheduled for 6 p.m.
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