BATAVIA — Notre Dame’s leading scorer Callie McCulley scored the only goal of the game late in the second half as the Fighting Irish edged visiting Attica 1-0 on Wednesday at Notre Dame.
Rebeka Nickerson earned the shutout in net for the Fighting Irish as she stopped all seven shots she faced.
The goal for McCulley was already her ninth this season as Notre Dame improved its overall record to 5-2-1. The Fighting Irish are 4-0-1 in their last five games.
The loss dropped improving Attica to 0-7.
KENDALL 2, LYNDONVILLE/MEDINA 0
Hailee Mitchell scored the only goal the Eagles would need at the 28-minute mark of the first half as they blanked the Tigers.
Alezya Brown would find the back of the net midway through the second half to provide some breathing room.
Katherine Pearson made 10 saves to earn the shutout as Kendall moved to 5-3.
Selena Austin and Haylee Seefelt combined for seven saves in the loss for Lyndonville/Medina (2-6).
HOLLEY 2, PEMBROKE 2 (OT)
Olivia Radford and Rachel Killian each scored first half goals for the Hawks as they played to the tie with the Dragons.
Halee Passarell and Allison Lyndake each added assists for Holley (2-3-2), while Sarah Klatt stopped three shots in net.
Pembroke is now 2-3-1.
LE ROY 4, AVON 1
Bryn Luckey notched a hat trick and also added an assist as the Oatkan Knights continued their up-and-down season as they moved to 4-4.
Stephany Samis also found the back of the net for Le Roy, while Macy Purdy finished with two assists and Sydney Vanderhoof added one helper.
Emma Andrews was outstanding in net as she made 14 saves in the win.
CAL-MUM 3, PAVILION 1 (OT)
Bri Raniewicz scored two goals, including one in the second overtime period that gave the Red Raiders a two-goal lead, as they edged the Golden Gophers.
Gwen Gominiak scored what would prove to be the game-winner four minutes into the second overtime.
Grace Walker stopped two shots as Cal-Mum snapped a two-game skid to move to 3-5.
WARSAW 4, LETCHWORTH 0
It was another big day from Savannah Till as she finished with a hat trick, scoring the first three goals for the Tigers in the easy win.
Till had one goal two minutes into the game and her second came 20 minutes later off of an assist from Nicole Till. The hat trick came five minutes into the second half from Sanya Abbasey.
Abbasey then scored with an assist from Riley Mucher midway through the second.
Taylor Laubenheimer stopped four saves in the net for Warsaw (6-1).
ALBION 6, BARKER 0
Brylie Hapeman and Claire Squicciarini each scored a pair of goals and the Purple Eagles opened up a 4-0 lead at the half on their way to the easy win.
Abby Scanlan and Sarah Gregori also added goals for Albion (5-0, 9-0).
Hapeman and Scanlan each finished with two assists as well.
ADDISON 4, BYRON-BERGEN 0
Tayah Jackson had two goals and an assist to pace the Knights.
Payton Woodhouse and Makayla Bills also scored, with Gabby Coletta, Jillian Ames and Alyssa Lynde adding assists.
Addison has won four in a row to move to 4-2, while the Bees fell to 6-2.
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