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2019 Season

Welcome to the home of Section Five Boys Lacrosse. For more than seventeen years we have provided information about games, players and events. It is fun to think that this site has been around longer than more of the seniors playing this season. It is also fun to find a good number of current Head Coaches who still have player pages on this web site. In the last few seasons we have served, each year, more than a million pages to more than sixty-thousand viewers from all over the country and many parts of the world. Thanks for your support.

Well over 900 student-athletes will be competing throughout the season which will culminate in the crowning of championships in each of the four classes at the end of May. The champions will then move on to the New York State tournaments which will end right here in Rochester when the NYS finals are held on June 8th. This will be the third straight year that we have hosted the tournaments (and 5th in total).

There are all kinds of information in the 2018 Wrap Up article. Also of interest are the Player Pages, the Leaders Page and the History Pages.

Recent Scores

04/20 - PY-9 - CA-10

04/20 - Gen-10 - Storm-6

04/20 - WG-11 - Hilt-8

04/20 - Pit-7 - FM-8

04/20 - KM-2 - Vic-17

04/20 - Wayn-10 - AQ-8

04/18 - Thom-5 - CA-6

04/18 - IRQ-13 - AQ-5

04/18 - Schr-14 - Wayn-13

04/17 - Fpt-7 - Pen-2

04/17 - PY-18 - Cath-0

04/17 - McQ-5 - Corn-7

04/16 - Gen-3 - CA-13

04/15 - GC-9 - B-H-13

04/13 - Pen-10 - OP-8

04/13 - Pit-12 - Lanc-5

04/13 - Thom-10 - Hamb-8

04/13 - McQ-13 - StF-8

04/13 - Canis-10 - AQ-5

04/13 - MW-4 - Wayn-17

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Schroeder and Canandaigua Win in Close Ones

- Thursday: DAY IN REVIEW: With 0:17 left in the first overtime period, senior midfielder Noah Germano scored to give the Warriors a 14-13 victory over Wayne. Josh Hauman led Schroeder with 5g-2a and Cole Bolin added 3g-2a. Andy Hamel (5g-1a) and John Reagan (2g-5a) led the Wayne offense. Wayne was the last undefeated team in the section.

Canandaigua scored four goals in the final quarter to secure a 6-5 victory over Thomas.  The Titans played a strong early game, but in the second half, they struggled offensively as they were scoreless for twenty minutes spanning from 0:47 seconds into the third until just under 3 minutes left in regulation.

Irondequoit took a 10-3 halftime lead to a 1305 victory at Aquinas tonight with Jack Brennan scoring six goals and Quinn Simonson adding five. Irondequoit goalie Brett Olney recorded 15s (74%) for the Eagles who will play Pittsford on next Thursday. Aquinas will play Wayne on Saturday.

Thomas at Canandaigua

Game Results

Report14Schroeder13Wayne
Report      5Thomas6Canandaigua
Report13Irondequoit5Aquinas

 


Fairport Over Penfield

- Wednesday: DAY IN REVIEW: After a close first quarter, Fairport scored three unanswered goals in the second and three more in the last quarter to achieve a 7-2 win at Penfield. Fairport at PenfieldJunior midfielder Klay Stuver led the Red Raider offense with 3g while junior goalie Tim Defendis made six saves (75%). Luke Condon and Max Hoadley each scored a goal and Travis Wagner made twenty-one saves (75%) for the Patriots who will play Victor on Tuesday. Fairport will take on Thomas, also on Tuesday.

McQuaid Jesuit score the first three goals, but Corning added four before the half and the teams were tied 4-4. There was no scoring in the third quarter, despite efforts by the Knights to tie the game late in the game, the Hawks won 7-5. Max Ettinghausen scored two goals for the Knights and Connor Winters recorded 13 saves (65%).

Penn Yan had a long drive to get a 18-0 win against Erie Prep (Erie PA). Twelve players made the offensive book, led by Conner Fingar (4g-2a) and Colt Smith (4g-1a). Jeff Kinyoun and Griffin Emerson each made one save for the shutout. Penn Yan will play Canandaigua on Saturday.

Fairport at Penfield

Game Results

Report5McQuaid Jesuit7Corning
Report18Penn Yan0Cathedral Prep
Report   7Fairport2Penfield

 


Canandaigua 13 - Geneva 3

- Tuesday: DAY IN REVIEW:  Updated :There were two games scheduled and only one and a half played today. At Canandaigua Academy, the Braves went right to work, outscoring the Panthers 5-1 in the first and 7-3 in the second quarter. Thomas at WayneAfter that, Geneva was held scoreless in the second half while Canandaigua added six more. Nine players made the Braves offensive list which was led by Tyler Goode (3g-2a) and Mark Belles (2g-3a). Matt Vierhile won 14 of 19 face-offs and Aiden Kenyon made five saves (63%). Sam Miller led the Panther scoring with 2g. Canandaigua (6-1) will play Thomas on Thursday. Geneva (5-2) will play Greece on Saturday.

Meanwhile, at Wayne, the Eagles (4-0) were scheduled to play the Thomas Titans (3-4). Thomas scored first but Wayne came back with two in a row to finish the first quarter up 2-1. Seven seconds into the second quarter, Thomas scored the tying goal and then scored three more before Wayne scored two goals in the last 1:33 to finish the half with Thomas up 5-4. Darkness was a factor in the second quarter, but the lights were not available. At the halftime break, more work was done to try to get them on, but after about forty minutes the game was suspended. The game will be picked up for the second half on MONDAY, APRIL 29th at 5:00 PM. A photo gallery is available.

Thomas at Wayne

Game Results

Report3Geneva13Canandaigua

 


Players of the Week - Group 3

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Player of the Week

Section V Boys Lacrosse Coordinator Mike Simon and conjunction with the Connors and Ferris law firm have restructure the Players of the Week awards and for the first time this year, there will be offensive and defensive winners in each of the four classes.

Players of the week recognizes noteworthy performances by players throughout the section. Previous winners: Group 1 Group 2

Group 3 Player of the Week

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The Pride Defeats the Spartans

- Monday: DAY IN REVIEW: In the only game played today, the Bloomfield-Honeoye Pride defeated the visiting Gates Chili Spartans 13-9. After a 1-1 tie in the first quarter, the Pride took off with six unanswered goals and never looked back. Sophomore attackman Max Willix (4g) and senior midfielder Devin Campbell (2g-2a) led the offense while sophomore goalie Owen Saxby recorded 11 saves (55%). Blake Palozzi led the Spartan effort with five goals.

Game Results

Report9Gates Chili13Bloomfield-Honeoye

 


Week In Review - Week 4

- There were forty-two games played last week and a number of exciting ones. At the moment there are seventy-one out of section games scheduled and thirty-nine have been played. Section Five has won twenty-two and the out of section teams have won seventeen.

Games played last week: 42 Games played this season: 128
Leagues games played last week: 26 Out of Section games last week: 12
Undefeated teams: 1 Games scheduled for next week: 15

 

Looking Back

There were games each day from Monday through Saturday. On Monday, Pal-Mac beat Medina.

CBA at BrightonThere were fourteen games played on Tuesday and all but one was a mismatch. Hilton fought back from an early deficit to defeat Penfield 8-7 in the first overtime period on an unassisted goal from Brenden Howell.

The Bath Rams won the first game of their season as they posted a win over Batavia-Attica-Notre Dame (BAND) on Wednesday.

Once again there were many mismatches in the sixteen games played on Thursday. On the other hand, Penn Yan won a big game (4-2) with Penfield. Hilton was off to its best start at 5-1 with their 8-7 win over the Greece Storm. Thomas was a 6-4 winner over Schroeder in Webster and Pittsford was an 11-7 winner over Rush-Henrietta. 

Fairport posted a demonstrative win (14-5) at Ithaca (Section four) on Friday and on Saturday, Section Five teams won six or eight games with out of section team. Winning were McQuaid Jesuit, Penfield, Thomas, Pittsford, Greece and Penn Yan. Brighton lost to St. Joseph (13-11) and Aquinas lost to Canisius (10-4).In a Section Five matchup Wayne defeated Marcus Whitman.

  

Looking Ahead

Week five starts with fifteen games during the vacation starting with Gates Chili playing at Bloomfield-Honeoye on Monday.

BAND at WaterlooThere are only two games scheduled for Tuesday. Geneva is at Canandaigua and Thomas is at Wayne.

On Wednesday, Fairport plays at Penfield while McQuaid Jesuit and Penn Yan are on the road. The Knights are at Corcoran and the Mustangs are at Cathedral Prep.

Three more games will be played on Thursday as Schroeder is at Wayne, Thomas is at Canandaigua and Irondequoit is at Aquinas.

Finally, on Saturday six games are scheduled. Penn Yan is at Canandaigua, Geneva is at Greece, Wayne is at Aquinas, Hilton will host West Genesee and Pittsford is at F-M. Victor will once again play the highly skilled Kettle Moraine from Wisconsin.

Check out the times and the whole list on the games page.

Of course, if your team is playing it is the game of the week.

The Week in Review for previous weeks can be found at: week 1week 2 and week-3

 


Section Five Wins Six From Section Six

- Saturday: DAY IN REVIEW: Section Five teams dominated against Section Six today, winning six of the eight games played. Winning were McQuaid Jesuit, Penfield, Thomas, Pittsford, Greece and Penn Yan. Brighton lost to St. Joseph (13-11) and Aquinas lost to Canisius (10-4).In a Section Five matchup Wayne defeated Marcus Whitman.

Nichols at Penn YanPenfield delivered Orchard Park their first loss of the season with a comeback win over the Quakers. The Patriots won 10-8 after scoring the final four goals of the game and holding Orchard Park scoreless for the final six minutes of the game. Michael Mitchell scored two of the final four goals and finished with 4g on the game. Overall, Travis Wagner’s performance in the cage was the lynchpin for the Patriots. He finished with 21 saves (72%) including multiple point blank-saves. John Richiusa finished 10/15 at the draw and won four straight draws to keep the ball in the Patriot half for the four goal stretch. (Story Continues

Thomas scored four of the last five goals to pull ahead in their 10-8 win over Hamburg. The game was only outside of a one goal game twice. Throughout the contest, the score was tied each time up to 7-7 with both teams leading at different points in the game. After Thomas scored their 8-7 lead, the game never tied again and Thomas held out the win. Their 10th goal was scored with 0:12 remaining. The Bulldogs fall to 6-2 with the loss, with both losses coming from Section Five teams (Canandaigua on 4/6) (Story Continues)

Nichols at Penn YanMcQuaid Jesuit (5-1) exploded with seven straight goals after trailing 8-6 in the third quarter to defeat St Francis (Buffalo) 13-8. Ryan McEvily Led the Knights With 7 Goals and Max Ettinghausen tallied 4 goals and 1 assist. Also scoring for McQuaid, Alex Klimowski (1g-2a) and Nick Opett (1g- 2a. The Knights won 21 of 25 faceoffs.

Penn Yan took control quickly scoring the first three goals and then coasted to a 9-2 win over visiting Nichols. Colton Smith (3g-1a) led the Mustang offensive book that included seven players. Connor Finger helped give Penn Yan a great deal of ball time winning many faceoffs in the first half. Goalie Jeff Kinyoun made seven saves (78%) including several taken right on the crease.

Marcus Whitman at Wayne

Game Results

Report   2Nichols9Penn Yan
Report11Brighton13St. Joseph
Report10Canisius5Aquinas
Report   4Marcus Whitman17Wayne
Report13McQuaid Jesuit8St. Francis
Report12Greece Storm3East Aurora
Report   10Penfield8Orchard Park
Report12Pittsford5Lancaster
Report   10Thomas8Hamburg

 


Fairport 15-5 Over Ithaca

- Friday: DAY IN REVIEW: Fairport (4-1) seems to have had little difficulty as they defeated Ithaca of Section IV (4-2) in the only game played today. Fairport will play Penfield on Wednesday. Ithaca will play Corning on Monday.

Game Results

Report14Fairport5Ithaca

 


Penn Yan, Hilton, Thomas Among Winners

- Thursday: DAY IN REVIEW: Once again there were many mismatches in the sixteen games played today. On the other hand, Penn Yan won a big game (4-2) with Penfield. Hilton is off to its best start at 5-1 with their 8-7 win today over the Greece Storm. Thomas was a 6-4 winner over Schroeder in Webster and Pittsford was an 11-7 winner over Rush-Henrietta.

Midlakes at GanandaPittsford scored the first goal 0:43 into the game on their way to an 11-7 win over Rush-Henrietta. The Royal Comets forced the tie three times but did not take a lead throughout the game. The Panther’s Ben DiGiovanni scored the first of his 5g-2a for the opener off a feed from Nathan Strauf. RH responded five minutes later with Zack Lenhard scoring the first of three tying goals. Both teams kept up the pressure for the rest of the half. With 0:06 remaining in the first half, Gunner MacMillan scored an unassisted goal for the second tie.

The third quarter began similarly to the first with DiGiovanni scoring less than a minute into the quarter. This time the assist came from Ryan Dumont. The final tie game at 5-5 with Nick Cowie scoring for the Royal Comets. At that point, Pittsford took over and scored four unanswered to secure their lead. The Panthers held off any late push to secure their third win of the season.

Midlakes at GanandaPittsford junior Max Murphy finished 10/12 at the draw with a team leading 9 groundballs. Defenseman Jack Wallace finished with 4 takes to lead the Panthers. In the cage for the Royal Comets, Cameron Kuzniar recorded 15 saves.

In the battle of the Webster High Schools, Thomas defeated Schroeder 6-4 after a consistent four quarters. Schroeder came out strong winning the first quarter 3-2. Thomas came back with two unanswered goals in the second quarter to take the 4-3 lead into halftime. The Titans never lost the lead after that. (Story Continues)

Hilton took control after the first quarter, leading 3-2 after 12 minutes. The remaining quarters were all tied with 2-2 in the second, 2-2 in the third and 1-1 in the fourth. The Cadets were led by Zach Boyatzies (3g) and Tyler Hacker (1g-2a).

Also winning today were Spencerport, Victor, Irondequoit, Geneva, Marcus Whitman, Pal-Mac, McQuaid Jesuit, Bloomfield-Honeoye, Canandaigua, Brighton and Midlakes.

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Game Results

Report19Victor6Churchville-Chili
Report0BAND19Marcus Whitman
Report19Irondequoit5Eastridge
Report11Pittsford7Rush-Henrietta
Report4Newark12Bloomfield-Honeoye
Report   4Mynderse19Geneva
Report17Pal-Mac1Waterloo
Report16Canandaigua0Gates Chili
Report2Penfield4Penn Yan
Report16McQuaid Jesuit2Livonia-Avon
Report   10Midlakes1Gananda
Report19Spencerport10Brockport
Report7Greece Storm8Hilton
Report13East United12City Honors
Report   4Schroeder6Thomas
Report2HFL12Brighton

 


Bath Wins First of the Year

- Wednesday: DAY IN REVIEW: The Bath Rams won the first game of the season as they posted a shutout over Batavia-Attica-Notre Dame. Eleven players made the offensive book which was led by Jamie O'Neil (3g-6a) and Jordon Deats (4g-3a). Bath goalie Dylan Hoad made one save (100%).

Game Results

Report0BAND19Bath

 


Many Mismatches Except One

- Tuesday: DAY IN REVIEW: There were fourteen games played today and all but one was a mismatch. Hilton fought back from an early deficit to defeat Penfield 8-7 in the first overtime period. The Cadets scored the game winning goal 3:28 into the first overtime period with an unassisted goal from Brenden Howell. (Story Continues

Geneva won today against a scrappy and previously undefeated Midlakes team. Geneva took a 5-1 lead and then Midlakes stormed back to make it 5-4 in the 2nd quarter. The rest of the game was hard fought with a sudden bunch of penalties at the half. The Panthers took off in the second half and won 17-9. Sam Miller led the Geneva offense with 6h-1a. Brandon Macdonell led Midlakes with 3g.

Fairport took a 9-1 lead at the half before finishing 13-3 at Pittsford. Eight Players made the offensive book for the Red Raiders with Klay Stuver (6g_2a) leading the list. Time Defendis made nine saves (75%) for Fairport who plays Ithaca on Friday.

The Greece Storm won their third game of the season with a first half performance that gave them a 6-1 lead and eventually a 9-4 win from Rush Henrietta (5-2). Scoring was even with the Storm as seven players made the book. Nicholas Leonardi led with 1g-3a and Nicholas Chilano recorded 7s (64%) for Greece who will play Hilton on Thursday.

Also winning today were Geneva, Brighton, HFL, Schroeder, Canandaigua, Penn Yan, Victor, Marcus Whitman, Newark and McQuaid Jesuit.

Brighton at Spencerport

Game Results

Report4Rush-Henrietta9Greece Storm
Report5Gananda12Marcus Whitman
Report17Geneva9Midlakes
Report1Livonia-Avon18Penn Yan
Report   18Brighton7Spencerport
Report3Churchville-Chili17Canandaigua
Report1Eastridge21HFL
Report   13Fairport3Pittsford
Report4Gates Chili17Schroeder
Report13St. Joseph9Irondequoit
Report4Thomas14Victor
Report12McQuaid Jesuit1Aquinas
Report4Waterloo12Newark
Report   8Hilton7Penfield

 


Pal-Mac Over Medina on Monday

- Monday: DAY IN REVIEW: Palmyra-Macedon produced seventeen unanswered goals in the first three quarters with twelve different players making the offensive scorebook. Zach Baker (2g-4a) and Jake Gallina (3g-3a) led the scoring for the Red Raiders (5-1) who will play Waterloo on Thursday.

Pal-Mac Over Medina

Game Results

Report   1Medina19Pal-Mac

 


Fifty Years for Fairport Lacrosse

- Updated: In 1969 Fairport Lacrosse began their scholastic lacrosse journey with the formation of their first Varsity team.

So... 2019 is the 50th year and the Red Raiders will celebrate on May 10th and 11th with JV, Varsity and Alumni games.

The plans are more settled now and include an alumni game, socials, parties and fun. The committee is looking for registrations for the various events and donations, in general. Find out more at www.fairportlacrosse.com.

Fairport 50

 


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Canandaigua scored four goals in the final quarter to secure a 6-5 victory over Thomas.  The Titans played a strong early game, but in the second half, they struggled offensively as they were scoreless for twenty minutes spanning from 0:47 seconds into the third until just under 3 minutes left in regulation. Full Story


Penfield Comes Back to Give OP First Loss
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Penfield delivered Orchard Park their first loss of the season with a comeback win over the Quakers.  The Patriots won 10-8 after scoring the final four goals of the game and holding Orchard Park scoreless for the final six minutes of the game.  Michael Mitchell scored two of the final four goals and finished with 4g on the game.  Overall, Travis Wagner’s performance in the cage was the lynchpin for the Patriots.  He finished with 21 saves (72%) including multiple point blank saves.  John Richiusa finished 10/15 at the draw and won four straight draws to keep the ball in the Patriot half for the four goal stretch. Full Story


Thomas Hands Hamburg Second Loss of the Season
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Thomas scored four of the last five goals to pull ahead in their 10-8 win over Hamburg.  The game was only outside of a one goal game twice.  Throughout the contest, the score was tied each time up to 7-7 with both teams leading at different points in the game.  After Thomas scored their 8-7 lead, the game never tied again and Thomas held out the win.  Their 10th goal was scored with 0:12 remaining.  The Bulldogs fall to 6-2 with the loss, with both losses coming from Section Five teams (Canandiagua on 4/6) Full Story


Battle of Webster High Schools
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In the battle of the Webster High Schools, Thomas defeated Schroeder 6-4 after a consistent four quarters.  Schroeder came out strong winning the first quarter 3-2.  Thomas came back with two unanswered goals in the second quarter to take the 4-3 lead into halftime.  The Titans never lost the lead after that. Full Story


Players of the Week - Group 2
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Section V Boys Lacrosse Coordinator Mike Simon and conjunction with the Connors and Ferris law firm have restructure the Players of the Week awards and for the first time this year, there will be offensive and defensive winners in each of the four classes. Full Story


Hilton Wins in Overtime
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Hilton fought back from an early deficit to defeat Penfield 8-7 in the first overtime period.  The Cadets scored the game winning goal 3:28 into the first overtime period with an unassisted goal from Brenden Howell.  The Cadets controlled the ball for the majority of overtime and didn’t allow the Patriots a shot at the cage in overtime.  Hilton scored three of the final four goals in the game after trailing 0-3 after the first 10 minutes. Full Story


Week In Review - Week 3
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It was a busy first full week with forty-six games played and all teams have begun their season.. At the moment there are seventy-one out of section games scheduled and twenty-seven have been played. Section Five has won thirteen and the out of section teams have won fourteen. Full Story


Brighton Defeats CBA in 2OT
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Saturday: DAY IN REVIEW: In the closest of games played today, Brighton's junior attackman Lukas Stanat scored the winning goal in the second overtime period. The first quarter was close with Christian Brothers Academy up 2-1, but the Barons responded before the half with four goals and took the halftime breat up 5-3. Five goals from the Brothers in the third quarter tied the game at 8-8 to start the last quarter. Both teams scored three in the final tweleve minutes. With around three minutes left in the game and Brighton up 11-8, the Brothers surged, tying the game with 0:11. Six different Barons made the offensive book led by Casey McDermott (2g-5a) and Stanat (3g-2a). Leading the Brothers were Colin Kelly (2g-3a), Preston Taylor (3g-1a) and Ryan Mackenzie (1g-3a). Brighton, now 4-1 will play Spencerport on Tuesday. Full Story


East United Wins First Game of the Season
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Friday: DAY IN REVIEW: In the only game played on Friday, East United won their first game of the 2019 season, beating Batavia-Attica-Notre Dame 9-3 at home. There was no report from East. Full Story