Thursday Night Wrap-up 🏊♂️ The Boys Swimming and Diving team topped long time rival Avon, 103-81. The team totalled 32 best times with 13 sectional qualifiers. Lane-chain swimmer of the meet was Logan C. for his season best time in the 50 Free. The team is 4-1 on the year. Next meet is a tri-meet @ Avon with Hilton, 12/28. 🏀 Led by sophomores Brayden Amadeo, Derrick Lane, and Ethan Mack, all three of whom finished the game with a double-double, the JV Boys Basketball team stunned Class A Wayne with a 52-48 victory on Thursday night. Amadeo, who faced a box-and-one defense most of the game, ended the contest with 14 points and 10 rebounds. Mack, who typically plays in the post but finally had the opportunity to extend out on the perimeter, also finished with 14 and 10. First-year post player Derrick Lane turned up to a new level, accumulating 16 points and an incredible 27 rebounds by game’s end. “I am so proud of these guys and the corner they turned against an extremely competitive Wayne team on Wayne’s home floor. Also, I think it is important to acknowledge all 14 players on our roster as the increased intensity, competitiveness, and accountability in our practices is a huge part of our noticeable in-game improvement,” Coach Martin notes. Sophomore Aveion Santiago scored 7 points and had 5 steals in his first start of the season, and sophomore Ryan Bosch rounded out the scoring with a free throw. Mack’s 5 assists led the team in that column. The boys will return from a four-day break with some focused practices next week and a re-match against the Honeoye Falls-Lima Cougars at their place next Friday, 12/30.
Tuesday Night Wrap-up 🤼♂️ Our bulldog wrestlers defeated LeRoy last night 39-34 🏀 Last week, the JV Boys Basketball team dropped a couple of tough games against Class A schools Canandaigua and Honeoye Falls-Lima. Highlights included sophomore Ethan Mack’s 8 points and 5 rebounds versus Canandaigua and 8 of 13 players putting the ball in the basket against HF-L. The team was looking to build some momentum at Wayland-Cohocton on Tuesday night, and they did just that with a 44-29 victory in which all 12 players played important minutes. Scoring for the Bulldogs were sophomores Brayden Amadeo (17), Ryan Bosch (2), Derrick Lane (5), Ethan Mack (2), Cameron Mellen (2), Aveion Santiago (4), and Cayden Tuchrello (3) as well as freshmen Carson Beardsley (3), Kaidan O’Connor (5), and Chance Watkins (1). Lane commanded the boards with 10 rebounds, and the team created chaos defensively as per the game plan, forcing Way.-Co. into 20+ turnovers. Amadeo led the team with 6 steals while classmate Santiago added 4. The boys take on a tough Wayne squad at Wayne this Thursday before heading home for Winter Break. 🏀The Boys Varsity Basketball jumped out to a 18-5 1st quarter lead and never looked back last night beating Way-Co 76-28. Jack Kearney scored 8 of his 9 points in the first to pace Livonia early. Connor Feehan scored a game and career high 31 points, including 9-3 pointers, 7 of those in the second half to lead the Bulldogs scoring attack. Feehan added 4 steals as well. Chris Coyle scored 13 points, 6 rebounds and 4 steals. Sibling Nick Coyle added 9 assists and 7 steals. Nick has dished out an incredible 25 assists in the last three games. Tom Stewart finished with 7 points and 5 rebounds for Livonia. Matt Feinman led Wayland Cohocton with 12 points. Livonia travels to Wayne on Thursday night. 🏊♂️ The Boys Swimming and Diving team out swam Way-Coh, 89-79. The team posted 46 best times. The Lane-chain swimmer of the meet was Zack Kreiley who swam season best times in the 200 Fr - 2:01.77 and 100 Breaststroke - 1:06.47. The next meet is our rival neighbors to the North, Avon on Thursday, 12/22. 🏒 Varsity Lakers win 4-3 Tuesday night in non league action against the Amherst Tigers. The first period was slow paced and uneventful, ending with no score. In the second period, the Lakers were plagued by a number of penalties which the Tigers used to their advantage, ending the second period with the Amherst Tigers leading 2-0. In the third period the Lakers came to life, third period also saw many Tigers penalties and now it was the Lakers turn to capitalize. The first Laker goal was scored early in the third by Jack Noto off a pass from Dom Agosto on the power play. The second Lakers goal was also scored on the power play by James Hy, his first of the season, assists went to Joey Cinquino and Christian Rumfola. The third Laker goal was scored again on the power play by Joey Cinquino assisted by James Hy and Christian Rumfola. The Tigers answered back to tie it up 3-3 on a scramble in front of Lakers goalie, Nick Lipome. With only 3 minutes left, the Lakers had to work quickly. Christian Rumfola was able to knock in the game winner with assists from Hy and Cinquino. Final score, Lakers 4, Amherst 3. Some notable defensive play tonight by Travin Ellison drawing a major 5 min boarding penalty to Amherst which helped turn the tide for the Lakers in the third. Lipome was credited with 27 saves on the night. Great game, Lakers! Lakers will play again Thursday night at home against Notre Dame/Batavia at 7pm. 🏀 Teamwork led to every Varsity Lady Bulldog scoring tonight in a 68 to 7 victory over LCAA DI opponent Wayland-Cohocton. Junior Libby Kwak led the team with 24 points followed by Senior Kylie Buckley with 20. Senior Madison King added another 8 points and Mary Kwak had 6 with 11 rebounds. Sophomore Kierstin Einhiple scored 4 points with 10 rebounds. Emma King, Genny Strom and Morgan Meys all added 2 of their own. 🏀 JV Lady Bulldogs won 46 to 12 in our first LCAA DI game of the season over Wayland Cohocton! Balanced scoring led by Gwen Strom with 8 points followed by Alexia Olsen and Bailey Truthart both with 7.
Weekend Wrap-up 🏊♂️ The Bullstangs Swimming and Diving team out performed Letchworth-Perry, 92-58 on Friday night. The team totalled up 50 best times throughout the meet. Lane-chain swimmer of the meet is Jack TeBeau who won the 50 free with a personal best time of 25.97. The teams next meet is Tuesday @ Way-Coh. The boys are 2-1 on the season. 🏀 Girls Varsity Basketball win over Class A Pittsford Sutherland Saturday 60-51! Led by Senior Captain Kylie Buckley with 35 points and 17 rebounds in a crazy physical game. Libby Kwak added another 12 points and Mary Kwak had 6 points with 12 rebounds. Good team ball! 🏀 Girls JV basketball experienced their first loss of the season in a low scoring game 39 to 17. Olsen, Strom and Hitchcock each scored 4 points followed by Gause with 3. We’ll get back on track, GO LADY BULLDOGS!!! 🏀 Varsity boys basketball got their second win of the week against a class A team Friday beating HFL 69-65. The Bulldogs outscored the Cougars 43-35 in the second half after being down by 3 at the half. Connor Feehan had a game high and career high 21 points, along with 5 3 pointers and 3 steals. Chris Coyle added 19 points, 4 assists and 4 rebounds. Nick Coyle scored 9 points and 8 assists. Tom Stewart had 5 points, 5 rebounds. Owen Weterrings, Jackson Cook, Jack Kearney finished with 4 points and Lucas Ray added 3 points for the Bulldogs. The team travels to Way-Coh on Tuesday for their first league game of the season. 🏒 Lakers played a very strong game Saturday against a tough, undefeated Churchville Chili team in the annual Hilton Cadet Christmas Classic. The score definitely did not reflect the work ethic of our Lakers. Much of the game, the Lakers were within one point. The Lakers showed that they can play with some of the best teams in section 5. Jack Fitzsimmons had his first goal of the season, finding the back of the net early in the first and Jack Ruter scored the second of the game midway through the second. Fletch Kingsbury, Christian Rumfola, and Joey Cinquino all picked up assists tonight. Nick Lipome was phenomenal in net stopping 34 shots! Final score 5-2. This week we will play league games on Tuesday and Thursday, both games at home, both games at 7pm. Go Lakers!
All after school & evening activities are canceled for today, December 15, 2022 due to icy weather and road conditions in our area. This includes this evening's scheduled sports practices and the 9-12 band concert.
Wednesday Night Wrap-up 🏀 Gwen Strom led JV girls basketball with 15 points in a 62 to 23 victory over Clyde Savannah. The girls came out strong going up 40 to 6 at the half. Strom was supported by teammates Molly Hitchcock with 10 points, Natalie Gause with another 8, Molly Rowe and Maddie Whitford both with 7. Great team effort girls! 🏀 Varsity girls basketball victory 64 to 38 in Clyde Savannah last night. Senior Kylie Buckley had another impressive night scoring 39 points with 25 in the first half. The Kwak sisters helped seal with deal with Mary scoring 13 points / 11 rebounds and Libby added another 10 points of her own. Keep it up ladies, we are on a roll - GO LADY BULLDOGS!
Tuesday Night Wrap-up 🏀 The boys varsity basketball team played their best game in this early season, and beat Canandaigua by a score of 51-46. Chris Coyle had a game high 15 points and 6 rebounds. Connor Feehan scored 12 points, including 3-3 pointers and 3 assists. Nick Coyle added 9 points and 8 assists, while Jackson Cook rounded out the balanced scoring with 8 points and 8 boards. The Bulldogs host HFL on Friday night. 📷 Photos courtesy Meys Photography 🏒 Lakers Varsity Hockey picks up a 6-4 win on the road Tuesday night in Geneva against Wayne-Finger Lakes bringing their record to 2-3 on the season. First period was played fast and physical with the Lakers picking up 2 goals. The WFL team was very strong on offense and we ended the first period tied 2-2. Second period saw a lot of puck movement and at times Lakers passing was a bit inconsistent. WFL picked up 2 goals in the second and the Lakers answered back with one goal. The score going into the third was WFL 4 - Lakers 3. The third period saw the Lakers create all kinds of great offensive chances that WFL could not defend against. Lakers scored to tie it up early in the third on the power play. The game winner was scored halfway through the third period, we then secured the win with an empty net goal with 2 min left on the clock. Key players on defense tonight were Dom Agosto and Jared Bishop who were able to move the puck consistently out of the zone. Goalies Nate McDonald and Nick Lipome combined in net for the win. Points on the night were awarded to: Joey Cinquino 2G, 2A Jack Ruter 2G, 1A Christian Rumfola 1G, 1A Dylan Anderson 1G (first varsity goal!) Jack Fitzsimmons 1A Travin Ellison 1A Lakers play a tournament at Lakeshore Arena this weekend. On Friday Lakers will play at 6pm where they face off against a tough Churchville Chili team and they will play again on Saturday vs Hilton with a 4:30 puck drop. 🏊♂️ The boys swimming and diving team fell to a talented HFL team, 106-77. The Bullstangs were able to rack up an amazing 57 best times and scores throughout the meet. There are 13 total qualified for Sectionals. Next meet is Friday, 12/16 against Letchworth-Perry.
Boys Pk-2nd Grade Bouncing Bulldog information is now available! Registration and the program start date is Saturday, January 7th. Come dressed and ready to practice. If you have questions please contact Coach Young at firstname.lastname@example.org.
🏀 The Bouncin' Bullpups take the court on Saturday during half-time of the JV (11 AM start) and Varsity (12:30 PM start) Girls Games. We hope you join us for this fun event!
Weekend Wrap-up 🏀 Boys varsity basketball team lost to Avon 63-47 on Friday night. The team clawed back after being down 24-3 at the end of the 1st quarter to outscore Avon 44-39 the next three quarters. Chris Coyle led the Bulldogs with 17 points and 4 rebounds. Connor Feehan added 8 points 3 assists and 3 steals, and Jackson Cook added 8 points. 🏀JV Girls Basketball victory in Avon led by Alexa Olsen with 12 points Friday night. She was supported by 4 teammates that all added 6 points of their own: Clickner, Gause, Hitchcock and Strom. Great team effort girls! 🏀 Girls Varsity Basketball victory 67-25 on Friday over Avon led by 4 girls in double figures! Kylie Buckley with 18 points, Libby with 17, Emma King banked 13 and Mary Kwak another 11. Real teamwork girls - GO LADY BULLDOGS!!! 🏊♂️ The Boys Swimming and Diving team finished 3rd behind Fairport and Canandaigua at the Canandaigua quad meet. The team racked up an impressive 60 best times throughout the meet. There are 11 total qualifiers for Class B Sectionals. Their next meet is home against HFL on Tuesday, 12/13. 🤼 TJ Gause placed 2nd this weekend in the Batavia Wrestling Tournament. The Varsity Girl wrestlers and JV Boy wrestlers went to Penfield for tournaments. The wrestler of the day was Ady West. She won her division with 5 pins, with only 5:02 minutes of mat time. She was selected as most outstanding wrestler. Destiny Latimer also had a strong showing finishing 2nd with 3 pins on the day.
Livonia Cheerleaders began their winter season by cheering on the boys varsity basketball team this Friday night. For the first half of the season, the cheer team will be on the sidelines of the home varsity boys basketball games to show school spirit and bulldog pride before transitioning into their competition season for January and February. Go Bulldogs!
Thursday Night Wrap -up 🏒 Lakers hosted Irondequoit Thursday night at home and came away with a 3-2 win. Lakers goals were scored by Fletcher Kingsbury, Christian Rumfola, and Joey Cinquino, with assists awarded to Christian Rumfola, Ryan O'Duffy, and Dominic Agosto. Nick Lipome played a great game between the pipes with 17 saves in goal. Jared Bishop and James Hy were extremely strong on D and doled out some amazing hits! Logan Presler saw his first varsity start. The Lakers will play again on Tuesday against Wayne/Finger Lakes in Geneva. Lakers will then play a tournament on December 16th and 17th at Lakeshore ice arena in Greece. Photos courtesy Meys Photography
🏒 Tonight December 8th at 7pm, your Gen/Liv/Avon Lakers vs. Irondequoit Eagles at home (SUNY Geneseo). Come out and support!
Wednesday Night Wrap-up 🏀 On Wednesday night, the JV Boys Basketball team bounced back at Marcus Whitman with a 58-37 win. The Bulldogs were led offensively by the sophomore duo of Brayden Amadeo (18 points) and Derrick Lane (14 points). Amadeo added 6 assists and 5 steals while Lane finished with 10 rebounds, earning his first double-double of the season. Freshman Kaidan O’Connor contributed in a big way with 11 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steals, and a block while sophomore Ethan Mack was business as usual: 4 points, 8 rebounds, 3 assists, and 2 steals. Rounding out the scoring in the second game in a row in which all 14 players saw the floor were sophomores Ryan Bosch (2 points) and Aveion Santiago (4 points) as well as freshmen Jack Henry (3 points) and Chance Watkins (2 points). The team is proud of their marked improvement since their first game, especially defensively, and are looking to build on their momentum in their home opener against Avon Friday night. 🏀 Boys varsity basketball led the first three quarters on the road at Whitman last night but couldn’t hold on to get the victory. Final Score Marcus Whitman 55 - Livonia 53. Connor Feehan led the Bulldogs with 20 points, including 6 three pointers. Chris Coyle added 18 point, 5 rebounds and 3 assists. Nick Coyle added 6 points and 6 assists for Livonia (1-1). Whitman (1-1) was led by Brody Royston and Tariku Blueye who both scored a game high 21 points.
Tuesday Night Wrap-up 🏊♂️The Livonia-Dansville Bullstangs topped York-Pavilion last night, 60-34. The team has been very eager for a meet, posting 17 qualifying times and scores. The Bullstangs also racked up 10 qualifiers for Class B Sectionals during this meet! Next meet is a quad meet, Saturday @ Canandaigua, against Canandaigua, Fairport, and HAC. 🏀 Girls JV basketball had a victory 56 to 36 over Keshequa last night bringing their season record to 2-0. Scoring was led by Molly Hitchcock banking 23 points followed by Molly Rowe with 10 of her own. Congratulations girls, great team effort! 🏀 Girls Varsity Basketball beat Keshequa 68 to 44 last night. Senior Kylie Buckley had quite a night scoring 44 points with 20 rebounds. Junior Libby Kwak added 11 points of her own pulling down 6 boards with 6 assists and 2 steals. GO LADY BULLDOGS!!! Photos Courtesy Meys Photography
Congratulations to this year's Football Award Winners! Their banquet was held last night. Jack K. - Black Lion Award Winner TJ G. - Pit Bull Award Winner for Best Lineman Cole B. - Brandon Burlsworth Award Winner Congrats to Jon C., Jack K., and TJ G. who were selected to play in the Eddie Meath All-Star Game on Nov. 22. Congrats also to the Class of 2023 on a great season!
PreK had a Hibernation Celebration!
Athletic Wrap-up 🏀 The JV Boys Basketball team dropped their first contest of the season at LeRoy on Thursday night by a score of 54-38. Sophomores Brayden Amadeo, Ryan Bosch, and Derrick Lane accounted for 29 of the Bulldogs' 38 points with 11, 9, and 9 respectively. Sophomore Ethan Mack and freshmen Jack Henry and Kaidan O'Connor also tallied points for the 'dogs. Mack picked up where he left off last season in his role as stat-sheet stuffer, contributing 8 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals, and 3 blocks. Lane added 10 boards. Proudly, all eligible players saw the floor. Rounding out the roster are Jayden Cauwels, Cameron Mellen, Aveion Santiago, and Cayden Tuchrello (all sophomores) as well as Owen Austin, Carson Beardsley, Seth Eadie, and Chance Watkins (all freshmen). The team looks forward to working on the areas for growth that a tough LeRoy team exposed for them and are looking to bounce back at Marcus Whitman next Wednesday. 🏒 Friday night the Varsity Lakers fell to Kenmore West in a non-league game 4-2. It was a close one point game right until the very end of the third when Kenmore scored on an empty net, securing the win by 2. Scoring both goals for the Lakers was Christian Rumfola (Avon). Assists were given to Jack Ruter (Avon) and Dominic Agosto (Geneseo). Saturday night the Varsity Lakers lost a hard fought game to Williamsville South 6-2 at the Northtown Center. Williamsville proved to be a tough, fast, and very physical team. Scoring for the Lakers were Christian Rumfola (Avon) with 1 goal and Joey Cinquino (Livonia) with 1 goal. Assists were awarded to Christian Rumfola, Jack Ruter, and Joey Cinquino. The Lakers play again on Thursday at 7 at home against Irondequoit in a divisional match up. Come out to SUNY Geneseo and support our Varsity Lakers! 🏀 Friday night girls basketball varsity victory 66-29 over LeRoy led by Senior Captain Kylie Buckley with 26 points going 6 for 7 from the charity stripe with 9 rebounds. Junior Libby Kwak scored 18 points going 5 for 7 from the line. Junior Mary Kwak scored 9 points with 9 rebounds. Balanced team effort. 🏀 Friday night girls JV basketball win over LeRoy 46-40! Great team effort led by Molly Hitchcock and Gwen Strom. GO LADY BULLDOGS!!!
Wednesday Night Wrap-up 🏀 The Lady Bulldogs started the season with a non-conference win over Penn Yan 61 to 29! Balanced scoring led by the Kwak sisters with 15 (Libby) and 13 (Mary) followed by Kylie Buckley with 11 and Emma King added another 10. 🏒 Wednesday night marked the start of the varsity season for Lakers Hockey. Our Lakers lost a heartbreaker to Aquinas 6-7 in OT. Much of the game Lakers were up, but AQ capitalized on a series of Laker penalties late in the third period. Scoring for the Lakers were Dominic Agosto (Geneseo) with 2g, Joey Cinquino (Livonia) with 2g and 1a, Christian Rumfola (Avon) with 1g and 2a, and Ryan O'Duffy (Livonia) with 1g. Jack Ruter (Avon) came away with 3a, and Jack Noto (Geneseo) and Fletch Kingsbury (Avon) notched one assist each. The Lakers will play their home opener at SUNY Geneseo on Friday night 12/3 at 7pm against Kenmore East. Photos Courtesy Meys Photography
🤼♂️ Modified wrestling match results against Letchworth & Pavilion-York at home on November 22 Livonia wrestlers went 12 wins – 2 losses with 3 first period pins, with 5 pins overall and 1 technical fall Landon Feil: 2-0 – 1st period pin Aaron Lubberts: 2-0 Chase Barrett: 1-1 – with a pin Mason Gibson: 1-1 Jordan Ramirez: 2-0 – 1st period pin Zach Yamin: 2-0 – with a technical fall Carter Breu: 2-0 – 1st period pin, and a pin
🏀 The Livonia Modified Girls basketball team faced off against Geneseo last night. Geneseo got off to a fast start in game one, but the Bulldogs fought back and played a great defensive second half. Geneseo won game one 24-12. Scoring for the Bulldogs was Eleanor Walters with 4 points, Emily Whittel, Erin Kolodziej, Peyton Johnson, and Natalie Genthner In game two the Bulldogs gave a great effort against a very good Geneseo team. Geneseo won 46-5. Scoring for Livonia was Audrey DeBolt with 3 points, and Chloe Richardson with 2 points.