High school sports scores from Oct. 16 and 17

It’s been a rough stretch for the Canandaigua Academy girls soccer team, but the stretch is not without its potential for lessons.

a group of people playing football on a field: Canandaigua's Makenna Crouse (19) helps goalie Payton Malec keep Pittsford Sutherland's Callie Johnson from the ball during Saturday's match.

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Canandaigua’s Makenna Crouse (19) helps goalie Payton Malec keep Pittsford Sutherland’s Callie Johnson from the ball during Saturday’s match.

On Saturday, the Braves lost their third straight match, a 4-0 decision at home to Pittsford Sutherland. The loss drops the Braves to 1-3-0 overall and the combined record of CA’s opponents over that stretch is 9-3-0.

Freshman Payton Malec got her first start and made eight saves for Canandaigua, which plays at home against Batavia (1-3-0) on Tuesday.

Ashley Finkbeiner, Abby Dunnigan, Ava O’Neil and Laura Bennett scored for Sutherland (3-1-0) and Samantha Michaud made one save.

Honeoye 3, Bloomfield 0

Rylie Weston, Sydney Pulver and Christy Johnstone scored goals for Honeoye (4-1-0). 

Grace Hall had an assist for the Bulldogs and

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Vote at high school gym this year

Stephanie Piro
 |  Fosters Daily Democrat

The General Election on Nov. 3 will be held at the Farmington High School gymnasium, 40 Thayer Drive. Polling hours are 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. The town held the state primary election there in September and the extra room for social distancing was great. The Town Clerk’s Office will be closed Nov. 3, as everyone will be working at the polls. As always, if you have any questions, call 755-3657, option 2.

From the Town Administrator

Arthur Capello reports about the town’s Focus Groups: “You have the opportunity to have your voice heard in person. So far, we only have a couple of people signed up for the Focus Groups. There have been comments on Facebook with great feedback. I ask that you please bring these suggestions to us by signing up for the Focus Groups. If we can’t get the community involved

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