Barons 7, Gates-Chili 0
Molly Kase, Keeley Samsonik, Kim Richards, and Ella Charlesworth were among the Barons who put in goals as the Barons defeated Gates-Chili 7–0 at the Brighton turf Thursdsy.
The Barons (5–0–1) take on Penfield at 4:30 Monday, Sept. 22, at Penfield.
Barons 6, Irondequoit 0
Kim Richards scored twice and Katie Cox, Keeley Samsonik, Ella Charlesworth, and Mackenzie Smillie each put in a goal as the Barons defeated Irondequoit 6-0.
Next up for the Barons is a homecoming game against Gates at 7 p.m. Thursday on the Brighton High School turf.
Barons 2, Sutherland 0
Ellie Clement and Kim Richards scored goals for the Barons and Veronica Verstraten had her third shutout in a 2–0 victory over Pittsford Sutherland.
The Barons take on Irondequoit at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 15, at Irondequoit High School.
Barons 5, East Irondequoit 0
Molly Kase, Kim Richards, Miranda Lakis, Sierra Rivers, and Keeley Samsonik each scored a goal as the Barons defeated East Irondequoit 5-0.
The Barons take on Pittsford Sutherland Sept. 12 at the Brighton High School turf.
Barons 0, Mendon 0 (OT)
Veronica Verstraten held Mendon out of the goal as the Barons battled to a 0–0 tie in overtime on the grass at Thornell Road School.
The Barons take on East Irondequoit in the home opener at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 8, at the Brighton High School turf.
Barons 4, Fairport 1
Keeley Samsonik and Catie Golini each scored twice as the Barons opened the varsity season with a 4–1 win over Fairport.
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There’s a new player pack, featuring tops and fleece pants. Download an order form here, and return it to Coach Metz by Friday, August 22.
Updated August 11
The Barons went undefeated to win the 2014 Penfield summer tournament, claiming the title for the second year in a row.
Youth Tournament Celebrates Success
Updated July 15
The first Brighton Youth Field Hockey Tournament was a success. Thanks to all the volunteers and players.
Champions at ER Tournament
Updated June 22
A note from Coach Metz:
Our teams played extremely well. Our first U12 team won both of their games. The varsity teams both made it to the finals but opted to forego the championship game and leave the tournament as cochampions! Great day!
Thank you to all the outstanding coaches and a huge thank you to Katy Hanrahan for all of the organizational work.
A Record-Setting Season
State Runners-Up, Section V and Regional Champions
The Barons return this fall from a record-setting 2013 season, when they finished second in the state, won the Section V title for the first time since 1998, and finished with a 19–2 record. Relive the season . . .
Play for the Cure!
The annual play for the cure game is at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 15, at the Brighton High School turf.
All the concession stand proceeds are donated to support breast cancer research.
Youth Field Hockey Opportunities
Girls and boys under the age of 14 can participate in a fall youth league.
Find out more.
Booster Club Dues
The Brighton Booster Club asks each family to donate $30—a base contribution of $20 plus $10 to pay for concession supplies. Donations can be sent to the Brighton Field Hockey Booster Club, c/o Katy Hanrahan, 52 Babcock Drive, Rochester 14610.