LIVONIA — The Livonia boys soccer team has been a scoring juggernaut through its first three games this season, lighting up the scoreboard for 25 goals, and a perfect 3-0 start for the defending sectional champions.

But LetSaw had other plans.

Nik Eustace scored in the first half while Kissler Tumangob netted the eventual game winner after the intermission as the United picked up the huge 2-1 road victory over Livonia Tuesday night.

John Mertsock assisted on Eustace’s goal midway through the first half while Patrick Klump assisted on Kissler Tumangob’s winner midway through the second half.

LetSaw improved to 1-1-1 while Livonia suffered their first loss of the season and fell to 3-1-0.

Livonia’s “Man of the Match” was defender Nick Sheldon.

LetSaw junior keeper Patrick Grover made 12 saves.

“I am proud my entire team,” LetSaw head coach Tim Eustace said. “Every kid left his mark on this game. The seniors set the tone early and kept pressure on Livonia all night. I am proud of our effort and energy level tonight. Livonia is an excellent team and very well coached. They did a great job in the attack but could not solve our keeper Patrick Grover. It was a nice game to create confidence and prepare for the rest of the season against a very good Livingston county soccer league.”

LetSaw hosts Hornell Thursday night looking to avenge an earlier season 4-0 loss to the Red Raiders.

Livingston Conference

Avon 1, Keshequa 0

Sophomore Gavin Waide scored the game’s only goal off an assist from classmate Austin Lattuca with about 12 minutes left in the second half as host Avon handed Keshequa its first LCAA loss in a few years Tuesday night.

It was Waide’s first ever varsity goal and Lattuca’s first varsity assist.

Avon keeper Ethan Campbell made 11 saves for the shutout.

“Center back Evan Masten served as the glue of our defense throughout the night,” Avon head coach Anthony Patti said. “Their keeper Tyler Mallaber played very well while midfielder Reese Powers was very dangerous throughout the game.”

Mallaber made 12 saves for Keshequa (2-2).

Avon improved to 3-0-1.

Geneseo 3, Perry 0

James Hy, Sean McCaughey and Jack Rubeck all scored second half goals as Geneseo defeated Perry in Tuesday action.

Ethan Bennett dished out two assists for the Blue Devils while Sebri Fantauzzo had one.

AJ Agosto earned the shutout in goal with three saves for the Blue Devils (2-1).

Perry fell to 0-2.

Mt. Morris 5, Rochester Charter 3

Ben Bacon scored a career high four goals, including a first half hat trick, as the Blue Devils stayed unbeaten at 4-0 with the non league win.

Payton Bownds scored M-M’s other goal and also assisted on another.

Alec Mann, Danny McCart and Lance Warren also had assists for M-M.

Bacon leads the entire LCAA with nine goals.

Pavilion/York 4, Cal-Mum 2

Kyan Tiede netted the hat trick as he led P/Y to the victory over Cal-Mum.

Jackson Feltham also scored for the winners.

Winning keeper Tim Lonnen made eight saves many in the second half as Caledonia mounted a furious comeback.

Pavilion/York is 4-2.

Genesee Region

Attica 2, Byron-Bergen/Elba 1

Simon Lamparelli scored 12 minutes into the game while Joshua Borycki netted the game winner with under a minute left as Attica nipped B-B/Elba in GR action Tuesday.

Noah Wheeler and Evan Dickhut had assists for the Blue Devils who improved to 3-0-0 with the road victory.

Dickhut’s beautifully placed free kick led to Borycki’s winning goal with just 35 seconds left.

“Attica had a solid night on defense despite several key injuries,” Attica coach John Dickhut said. “I was so proud of my guys tonight. Several of them had to go into new positions during the game due to injuries. It was a hard fought win, and they showed a lot of character tonight.”

Attica faces Pembroke on Thursday.

B-B/Elba falls to 0-3.

Girls Soccer

Livingston Conference

Keshequa 4, Pavilion 0

Catirna Pierce scored the hat trick for the Indians off assists from Ava Thayer, Julia Wilkins and Emma Jo Pierce during their victory over Pavilion.

Thayer scored the game’s other goal as she blasted a ball from the 18 off a feed from Abby Lendowski .

Keeper Aurora Sabins recorded seven saves for her third shutout of the season.

Girls Volleyball

Pavilion over York

Host Pavilion has been making quick work out of everyone this fall.

That happened again Tuesday as the undefeated Lady Gophers swept past York in three sets winning 25-16, 25-13, 25-7 to move to 4-0.

Pavilion was led by Shannon Campbell with 16 assists while Adeline Milligan had seven kills and three aces. Lauren Kingsley added five service aces and five kills while Karlee Kingsley contributed seven aces and four kills.

Dansville over Hornell

The Lady Mustangs improved to 4-0 on the season with the home win Tuesday.

Dansville won by scores of 25-13, 28-26 and 25-17.

Tessa Gregorius had a solid effort with 11 kills and six aces while Erin Patanella added eight aces and three kills. Samantha Mackey contributed 13 assists and five kills while Abi Henderson handed out 12 assists with four aces and two kills.

Brooke Coombs and Emma Heiman had three and two kills respectively.

Le Roy over Letchworth

Unbeaten Le Roy (3-0) picked up the victory Tuesday handing Letchworth their first loss of the season.

Scores were 22-25, 25-23, 25-21 and 25-19.

LeRoy was led by Riley Wood’s big game with 29 digs, eight service points and three aces while Allie Ingles added 16 kills with 11 digs, seven service points and four aces.

Also for Le Roy, Hailey Johnson had 14 assists with seven service points and three kills while Emma Hobart contributed 11 service points with five kills, six digs and three aces.

Letchworth was led by Brooke DeGroff’s 11 kills and two aces while Morgan Brace added 16 assists with six kills.

LeRoy travels to Pavilion on Saturday for a battle of the unbeaten’s.

Cal-Mum over Keshequa

Cal-Mum picked up the victory over Keshequa winning by scores of 25-14, 25-14, and 25-15.

The Raiders (2-2) were led by Reba Kessler with nine kills and Fiona Maruska with 14 assists and two aces.

Keshequa (2-1) was led by Jade Wolfer with eight digs while Cheyenne Cotton added six kills.

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