Alex Ricci scored two goals, including the game-winning goal in overtime off an assist from Johnny Autenrieth to lead No. 1 Brockport 2-1 over No. 5 Spencerport in a Section V Class A1 semifinal soccer game Tuesday.
Ben Leach tallied the assist on Ricci’s first goal.
Joe McNulty made seven saves in goal for Brockport (13-4-1).
Mike Caceci tied the game with 1:47 remaining for Spencerport (10-7-1).
Connor MacKenzie had nine saves for the Rangers.
“We started out pretty well and we tried sitting on the game for the last 20 minutes, and Spencerport kept peppering us and ended up scoring with one minute left,” Brockport coach Chris Zorn said. “We learned a lesson: we can’t sit on it, we have to keep trying to win.”
Zach Koons had two goals and an assist and Ryan Lindeman had a goal and an assist for Athena (13-5).
Anthony Paris recorded a goal and an assist for the Trojans.
Tyler Grey had 12 saves for Athena.
Class A2 semifinals
Bryan Wager netted both goals and Alex Ptucha tallied both assists for Honeoye Falls-Lima (10-6-2).
James Bonadonna had 5 saves in net for the Cougars.
Olympia finished 11-6-2.
John Mozrall and Matthew Kaiser each scored a goal in the first half for Sutherland (11-4-3).
Jack Ramsager scored both of his goals in the second half for the Knights, who will face Honeoye Falls-Lima in a rematch of last year’s Class A2 final.
This is the third straight year Sutherland has advanced to the sectional finals, falling both time by a penalty kick in overtime.
Stevaughn Service scored midway through the second half for Eastridge.
Class D1 semifinals
Levi Lawrence scored six minutes into overtime to lift A-A.
Class D2 semifinals
Stephen Walker scored with an assist from Colby Walker and Hunter Green had a goal from Dakota Gavin for Andover (13-4-1).
Sean Campbell had 10 aces and Garrick Immesoete added six aces and five kills for S/W.
Logan DeRue chipped in with six kills and three blocks for S/W.
Ryan Murphy tallied three blocks and three kills and Charlie Siragusa added five aces for McQuaid (14-1).
Ken DeVey led Midlakes (14-5) with 11 kills and and Seth Walker chipped in 15 digs.