2016 Fall Sports Season Results and Highlights

November 16th, 2016
JV Girls' Volleyball:
The JV girls volleyball team had a slow start to the season losing 5 of the first 7 matches.  But after that the team came together and won their next 6 matches.  Finishing the season with a 12 - 8 record and beating the LeRoy team, I feel that the season was very successful.  We are all looking forward to another successful season next year.

November 5th, 2016:
Varsity Cross Country:
Section V Sectionals

Varsity Volleyball (17-5):
Section V Semi-Finals:
(2)Pavilion - 3 Sets
(6) North Rose Wolcott - 0 Sets
**The boys varsity volleyball team moves on to the Section V, Class B Finals against Midlakes. The match will be held on Tuesday, November 8th at Webster Schroeder High School. The match begins at 6:00pm.

November 1st:
Boys Varsity Volleyball (16-5):
Pavilion - 25-25-25
Sodus - 11-16-10
**The number 2 seeded Golden Gophers got off to a hot start in the first round of the Section V playoffs. The team won in three straight sets and move on to the semi-finals against North Rose Wolcott. The game is on Saturday, November 5th at Webster Schroeder High School. 

October 29th
Girls Varsity Volleyball (14-8):
Pavilion - 1 set
Bolivar-Richburg - 3 sets

October 27th

Girls Varsity Volleyball (14-7):
Pavilion - 3 sets
Notre Dame - 2 sets
**The Girls Volleyball Team won the first round of sectional play in an exciting five set match. Lydia M. put down 17 kills, 5 aces, and 15 digs in the match. Mackenzie G. handed out 28 assists and had 10 digs. Emily M. had 10 digs and 2 kills. Mikayla T. added 4 kills and 3 digs. Maddy R. and Stefanie C. led the team will strong serving. The Lady Gophers travel to Bolivar-Richburg on Saturday  for their next playoff match. Good Luck Girls!!

October 25th, 2016
Boys Varsity Volleyball (15-5):
Pavilion - 2 matches
Edison Tech - 0 matches

October 21st, 2016

Girls Modified Volleyball:
The girls modified volleyball team worked hard to learn a 6-2 and 4-2 rotation. Their passing and serving skills were definitely their strengths. The girls became better communicators on the court throughout the season which helped their game immensely. They had a very successful season ending with a 10-3 record. Congratulations girls. Thanks for a great season!
Coach Milligan

October 19th, 2016
Boys Varsity Soccer (8-8-1):
Pavilion - 2
Perry - 4

Girls's Varsity Volleyball (13-7):
Pavilion - 0 Sets
Avon - 3 sets

Boys JV Soccer:
After a slow start, along with a 1 win, 3 loss record, the JV Boys Soccer team changed course, ultimately ending the season with 8 wins, 5 losses and one tie.  Defensively the team grew stronger with each game.  During the first 4 games, we gave up 16 goals…Throughout the remaining 10, only 10 goals were allowed, including only 2 in our final 4 games. Clay S. moved into goal in game 5 and earned a 7-2-1 record with 3 shutouts.  Notable contributors defensively were Chalmers W., Owen S. and Cayleb D. By season’s end, the boys outscored the opposition 33-26.  Cody P. led the team with 10 goals, followed by Zach W. with 7 and Tony T. with 5.  Six other players scored.  All of the team members contributed in big and small ways, becoming a true TEAM on and off the field.

October 18th, 2016
Girls Varsity Soccer (5-11-1):
Pavilion - 1
Cal-Mum - 4
**Emma M. scored for the Gophers. Kim D. got the assist. Congrats to the Golden Gophers on a successful season!!!!

October 17th, 2016:
Boys Varsity Volleyball (12-4):
Pavilion - 25-23-25-25
Rush Henrietta - 23-25-17-23

Girls Varsity Volleyball (13-6):
Pavilion - 3 sets
Oakfield-Alabama - 0 sets

Boys Modified Soccer:

The boys modified soccer team season record was 6 wins – 3 loses and 2 ties.  The team started strong defeating Cal – Mum, LeRoy, and tying Avon before struggling a bit mid-season.  However, after a tough loss to Letchworth one early Saturday morning during miserable weather, the team redoubled its focus and efforts and went undefeated in its last 4 games.  Leading goal scorer for the season was definitely David C. but many others contributed on assists and with their own goals throughout the season.  The defense was led by Zach D., but was formidable thanks to great work by many.  Mid-field play was crucial in every game and every player tasked with this most demanding position stepped up their game and contributed hugely to the team’s success.  Our primary goal keeper Evan A. was a key element in every game, making ridiculous goal saves look easy and effortless.  Thanks for a great season guys!  --Coach Flint