Provided The Warsaw girls soccer seniors went out with a bang with their 7-0 victory over Le Roy. Warsaw will play at Alexander Friday in hopes of a perfect 16-0-0 season.

GENESEO — Geneseo has had no success solving Warsaw this season.

In fact, nobody has.

For the second straight game playing Warsaw, host Geneseo fell short 2-0 on goals from Emma Tangeman and Taylor Howard as unbeaten Warsaw (15-0-0) blanked Geneseo during LCAA D-II action Wednesday in Geneseo.

Tangeman scored 27 minutes into the game off an assist from Ellie Tangeman.

Howard added an insurance goal just three minutes into the second half to make it a 2-0 game.

Warsaw keeper Sarah Cox pitched her second shutout against Geneseo this season, this time posting the clean sheet with five saves.

Geneseo keeper Caroline Capel made 10 saves for Geneseo.

“I thought we played extremely well and very hard but we got caught flat footed on the first goal and gave up a bad corner on the second. Had we buried our chances we would have had three goals by the half but we struggled to find the back of the net,” Geneseo coach Nick Drollette said. “All of that taken into consideration, I’m proud of how hard the girls played and maybe we can get another shot at Warsaw in sectionals. For now, though, we need to turn our attention to Friday.”

Geneseo is 12-3-0 and will host Avon Friday in their regular season finale.

Warsaw, who has outscored their opponents 77-5 this fall, will go for an undefeated regular season when they visit Alexander Friday.

Livingston Conference

Keshequa 2, Perry 0

Keshequa got goals from Elyse Klump and Ava Thayer as the Lady Indians blanked Perry.

Klump scored 20 minutes in off an assist from Thayer to make it a 1-0 game.

Thayer scored 20 minutes into the second half off a through ball from Emma Jo Pierce to make it 2-0.

Keeper Aurora Sabins posted the shutout with one save.

Bath 6, Dansville 2

Bath improved to 14-1-0 on the season with the blowout victory.

Lillian Dickson scored the hat trick while Keegan Smith added two goals and one assist.

Ella Yartym added one goal and dished out four assists for the winners.

Natalie Krelie also had an assist for Bath, who plays Livonia Friday in their regular season finale.

Maddie Lee scored both of Dansville’s goals as Sydney Stone and Kali Meyers had the assists.

Dansville keeper Abbey Belcher had nine saves in goal.

Dansville finished their regular season 7-8 dropping six of their last seven games.

Avon 6, Letchworth 2

Avon defeated Letchworth Wednesday as the Lady Braves improved to 7-5-3 on the season.

Ellie Cochrane led the way with two goals and two assists.

Maggie Vanderbilt, Riley Paylor, Maddy Ruder and Hayley Trewer also had goals for Avon.

Avon Led 3-1 at the half.

Mia Belkota and Lindsay Constable each scored goals for Letchworth while Victoria Franklin dished out two assists.

Letchworth keeper Kasey Krenzer registered nine saves.

Letchworth fell to 2-13.

Livonia 5, Way-Co 1

Host Livonia beat Way-Co on senior night as Anna Cinquino scored a goal for the Lady Bulldogs.

Isabelle Dennis added two goals and one assist while Esther Slocum and Kylie Buckley also scored goals for Livonia, who plays at Bath Friday.

Chloe Kress added an assist for Livonia, who improved to 4-9-1 on the season.

Senior keeper Kylei Waters posted four saves.

York 3, Pavilion 0

Alaina Englert scored two goals as York improved to 10-1-3 on the season with the victory over Pavilion.

Hailey Wilson added a goal for York.

Keeper Libby Voisey made one save for the shutout for York, who plays at home against Perry Friday.

Genesee Region

OAE 2, Kendall 1

After Kendall took the early 1-0 lead on a goal from Grace Levett, assisted by Megan Gates. CJ Ryan and company went to work.

Levett’s goal came just two minutes in.

Ryan scored the equalizer eight minutes later assisted by Macy Altamirano.

Ryan gave OAE the lead 13 minutes into the second half assisted by Makena Reding.

OAE keeper Lily Davis made nine saves.

Notre Dame 6, Alexander 1

Junior Autumn Mathisen netted four goals as Notre Dame won their seventh straight game Wednesday.

Since playing Kendall to a 2-2 tie back on Sept. 21, ND has went 7-0 outscoring opponents 19-3.

Mathisen, who scored three of her goals before the intermission, leads the Lady Irish with 13 goals and nine assists (35 pts).

Kate Ricupito added two goals while Arabella Rogers dished out three assists.

Emma Sisson added two helpers for ND, who improved to 11-2-2 on the season.

Rebeka Nickerson had eight saves for ND, who plays at Attica Friday.

Attica 4, Lyndonville 2

Four different players scored goals as Attica doubled up Lyndonville Wednesday.

Skylar Savage and Anya Clark (scored in the first half while Emily Gersitz and Emma Spink scored in the second half for Attica.

Mia Ficarella dished out two assists while Grace Gominiak and Olivia Rudolph added one assist.

Lyndonville got both their goals from Ella Lewis.

Attica keeper Rily Rzepka was very busy in net with 17 saves while Lyndonville’s Megan Zakes added 14 stops of her own.

Attica improved to 6-8-1 while Lyndonville fell to 3-13.

Holley 2, Wheatland-Chili 1

Samantha Bates scored 10 minutes into the game while Emma Brady added the game winner 10 minutes into the second half as Holley got the GR victory.

Isabella Thom added an assist for Holley.

Holley keeper Layne Walker made one save.

The Hawks improved to 10-4-2 while W-C fell to 6-7-3.

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