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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

05/17 - Eastr-8 - MW-15

05/16 - BAND-2 - Liv-Av-19

05/16 - Bri-4 - Fpt-8

05/16 - C-C-11 - Brpt-8

05/16 - GC-16 - Eastr-13

05/16 - Spen-7 - HFL-4

05/16 - IRQ-8 - Pen-9

05/16 - StF-9 - Pit-13

05/16 - Vic-5 - Corn-9

05/16 - PY-4 - Thom-5

05/16 - Bath-5 - McQ-16

05/16 - B-H-11 - New-5

05/16 - Wat-5 - Gan-15

05/16 - P-M-11 - Gen-10

05/16 - Mid-11 - Wayn-12

05/14 - Bath-17 - BAND-1

05/14 - Schr-5 - Bri-14

05/14 - Pen-4 - CA-8

05/14 - Spen-12 - C-C-6

05/14 - Eastr-6 - R-H-19

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Tournament Seeding Released

- The Brackets for the 2019 are now available on the brackets page.

A BracketIn Class A, Fairport takes the top seed, with Pittsford second. Hilton is third and the Greece Storm takes the fourth place.

In Class B, Canandaigua takes the top position with Victor second, Brighton third and McQuaid Jesuit fourth.

In Class C, Geneva is first, Wayne is second, Livonia-Avon is third and HF-L is fourth.

In  Class D, Pal-Mac takes top honors, with Penn Yan in second, Midlakes in third and Marcus Whitman in fourth.

There is lot more information on the Tournament Page. How close are the teams in each class? Take a look at the "Seeding list".

 


Marcus Whitman Wins Last Game

- Friday: DAY IN REVIEW: In the last game of the regular season, Marcus Whitman (9-7) defeated Eastridge (3-13) 15-8 as Seth Benedict led the Wildcats with 4g-3a. DeCouteau Blueye added 3g-1a and Ryan Herod and Kyle Murphy each added four points. Justyn Hiscock scored 5g-2a and Zachary Hiscock added 1g-3a for the Lancers.

Eastridge at Marcus Whitman

Game Results

Report   8Eastridge15Marcus Whitman

 


Season Ends with 5 One-Goal Games

- Thursday: DAY IN REVIEW: With only one game left to be played when Eastridge and Marcus Whitman meet on Friday, the last big day of the regular season came to an end with lots of close games. Wayne beat Midlakes 12-11, Marcus Whitman beat Mynderse 12-11 in overtime, Pal-Mac beat Geneva in overtime and Thomas beat Penn Yan 5-4.

Penn Yan at ThomasPenfield held a five goals lead going into the fourth quarter; however, it took overtime for them to defeat Irondequoit 9-8. The Eagles scored five goals in the fourth quarter and held the Patriots scoreless for the final 15 minutes of regulation (and three more minutes in overtime). However, the Patriot offense was too strong in the long-run and the Patriots came away with the win. A key component of Penfield’s success came from face-off midfielder John Richiusa won finished 17/20 (85%). The game winning goal was scored by Jack Schlifke off a feed from Michael Mitchell.

Spencerport scored the game opener and never trailed in their 7-4 win over HF-L. The Cougars kept the game close, but after a 1-1 tie, they never forced a second tie. All four HF goals were scored by different players with Josh Kosciol leading in scoring at 1g-1a. For Spencerport, Connor Mesh finished with a team leading 3g and goalie Adam Birkbeck recorded 10 saves (71%) in the win.

Pal-Mac had a 12-11 double overtime win over Geneva in the second day of the Finger Lakes Tournament. The Red Raiders scored the final five goals of the game and held the Panthers scoreless in the final quarter. The game winning goal was scored in the second overtime period by Grady Arnold.

Penn Yan at ThomasMarcus Whitman defeated Bloomfield-Honeoye on Tuesday, 12-11 in the first overtime period. Tonight, they did it again, this time defeating Mynderse 12-11 in the first overtime period. Tonight, they fought back with the final two goals of regulation to force overtime. The Blue Devils held a four-goal lead late in the third before Marcus Whitman started a 5 out of 6 goal stretch to tie the game at 9-9 halfway through the fourth. Connor Tomion scored the final three goals for the Wildcats. He finished with 4g on the game. STORY CONTINUES

In a back and forth matchup that was heavily defensive, Thomas defeated Penn Yan 5-4. The game was marked with long periods of both teams playing slow offense. After clearing the ball upfield, both teams would hold while looking for opportunities. The game was almost always within a single goal with both teams leading throughout. The Titans briefly held a two-goal lead at 5-3 before Penn Yan scored to pull it within one again. Evan Pashalidis scored 2g for the Titans and Colton Smith scored 2g for the Mustangs.

Victor travelled south to Corning today, where the Hawks defeated the Blue Devils 9-5. Ending their regular season with a 15-1 record, Corning's only lost was in overtime and at the hands of Geneva in their opening game.

Also winning today were Livonia-Avon, Churchville-Chili, Gates Chili, Pittsford, McQuaid Jesuit, Bloomfield-Honeoye and Gananda.

Penn Yan at Thomas

Game Results

Report5Waterloo15Gananda
Report2BAND19Livonia-Avon
Report5Bath16McQuaid Jesuit
Report11Midlakes12Wayne
Report   4Penn Yan5Thomas
Report   12Marcus Whitman11Mynderse
Report11Churchville-Chili8Brockport
Report16Gates Chili13Eastridge
Report7Spencerport4HFL
Report8Irondequoit9Penfield
Report9St. Francis13Pittsford
Report5Victor9Corning
Report11Pal-Mac10Geneva
Report4Brighton8Fairport
Report11Bloomfield-Honeoye5Newark

 


Tournament Seeding to be Released On Saturday

- As the regular season winds down this last week, prognosticators and amateur math wizards are working hard to figure out who will take the top seeds in each of the four tournaments that begin with the out-bracket round on Monday, May 20th.

bracketThe seeding procedures for Section Five Lacrosse have been successful for more than twenty years, with only a few modifications over the years. In Class A, for example, in a study of the results since 2007, the seeding predicted three of the top four finishers 92 percent of the time. Twenty-six times the top two seeded teams finished in the top two.

So, why play the tournament one might ask? Paul Wilson, one of the people responsible for the seeding, responds," Irondequoit serves as a good example. In 2010 the Eagles, with a very good team, struggled in the early season and was seeded fifth in the Class B tournament after sorting out their issues. They won the championship. You never know, but the seeding does seem to create the best games," he says.

Coach WilsonThe procedure is well documented in the in the Seed Procedures document in the SportsFive Knowledge base and in the example documents, but in its simplest form, each team receives points for each of the games they play. The number of points is based on the final winning percentage for each opponent. When the points are added together and divided by the number of games played, each team ended up with an average seeding number which is used to rank order each team in each class. Paul Wilson says,

"There is no doubt that teams that play good and hard competition can do well in the seeding," says Wilson. If you play a top team and lose, you get the same number of points as if you beat a very weak team."

Mike SimonBecause the numbers are based on the final record of opponents, in some cases, key "thresholds" may be changed at the last minute. For example, a team playing sixteen games can lose four games and still be a "75% team", giving opponents ten points for a win and four points for a loss. If they drop one more and loose five games, the give 8 points for a win and 3 points for a loss. In some cases teams will "be on the bubble" right down to their last game of the season.

"We will be looking at out of section teams as well as our own Section Five teams when loading the data on Saturday," says Boys Lacrosse Coordinator, Mike Simon. "Any team that is played by a Section Five team must be tracked. It can be very detailed work, but the results are worth it."

So it looks like it will be fun to guess this week who will take the top spots and who will play in the early rounds, but look for the official seedings here on Saturday.

 


Hilton Over Irondequoit, McQuaid Over AQ

- Tuesday: DAY IN REVIEW: With only one more "big night" of games left in the regular season after today, there were many important games played today, which will have an impact of the tournament seeds at the end of the week. Hilton, Geneva, Pal-Mac and Canandaigua both locked up 75% records with wins today, but there will be more changes for other teams on Thursday and Friday.

Shawn DoranFace off specialist Shawn Doran won all thirteen faceoffs and collected twelve ground balls, to help Hilton defeat Irondequoit 7-3 tonight. Senior goalie Jacob Kelsey recorded seven saves (70%) while junior attackman Ben Mitrano led scoring with 2g-2a. Zach Boyatzies added 3g for the Cadets who finish their regular season at 12-4, the best record in school history. There was no report from Irondequoit at post time, but the Eagles will finish their regular season with Penfield on Thursday.

Marcus Whitman held off a late push by Bloomfield-Honeoye to defeat the Pride 12-11 in the first overtime period. The Wildcats had a six-goals stretch to the end the third and start the fourth quarter. The streak took them to a three-goal lead with just under six minutes remaining in regulation. The Pride fought back and scored three goals of their own before regulation expired. However, it was Kyle Murphy who scored the game winning goal for the Wildcats in overtime. STORY CONTINUES

Penn Yan at FairportPal-Mac took a 7-4 halftime score and held on despite three unanswered goals by Wayne in the final quarter. Grady Arnold posted 4g-2a and Jake Gallina added 2g-3a for Pal-Mac. Ryan Cahill had 1g-3a and Andy Hamel had 3g for Wayne. Both teams will finish their regular seasons with day two of the Finger Lakes Tournament.

The Greece Storm fought off the late push by HF-L to defeat the Cougars 10-9 in the first overtime period. Greece led by four with ten minutes left in regulation. HF-L scored four goals to force overtime. However, Matthew McHale scored for the Storm with 0:54 left in the first overtime period. The Storm controlled the entire game, and although the Cougars tied the game twice (1-1 and 9-9), Greece never trailed. They also held a four-goal lead at three different points before HFL’s late stretch forced overtime. STORY CONTINUES

After four lead changes, Waterloo scored the final three goals to defeat Newark 10-8. The Reds held the lead with 2:16 left in the third quarter before being held scoreless by the Indian’s defense for the final 14 minutes. Dillion McCann scored two of the last three goals for the Indians to secure the win. He finished with 5g-1a on the game. STORY CONTINUES

Canandaigua scored the first five goals on their way to an 8-4 win against Penfield with even scoring by four played who each scored four points. The Braves finished their regular season at 12-4. Penfield will play Irondequoit on Thursday.

Penn Yan at FairportFairport scored the only three goals in the first half, but Penn Yan came back with two in the third quarter. The teams both scored one in the fourth and the Red Raiders took the 4-3 victory. Colin Peers scored 2g-1a and Klay Stuver added 1g-2a and junior goalie Tim Defendis made five saves (63%) for the Red Raiders who will finish with Brighton on Thursday. Penn Yan goalie Griffin Emerson had an outstanding eleven saves (73%) for the Mustangs who will play Thomas on Thursday.

Also winning today were Rush-Henrietta, Brighton, Bath, McQuaid Jesuit, Spencerport, Geneva, Livonia-Avon and Mynderse.

Penn Yan at Fairport

Game Results

Report17Bath1BAND
Report6Eastridge19Rush-Henrietta
Report6Midlakes11Geneva
Report2East United15Livonia-Avon
Report9Pal-Mac8Wayne
Report12Spencerport6Churchville-Chili
Report   3Penn Yan4Fairport
Report4Aquinas15McQuaid Jesuit
Report   9HFL10Greece Storm
Report4Penfield8Canandaigua
Report   10Waterloo8Newark
Report7Hilton3Irondequoit
Report   11Bloomfield-Honeoye12Marcus Whitman
Report3Gananda9Mynderse
Report5Schroeder14Brighton

 


Pittsford over OP, JD Over Victor, Gates Over East

- Monday: DAY IN REVIEW: Pittsford defeated Orchard Park and JD defeated Victor, while Gates Chili had a big win against East United today.(Score only from Pittsford at post time.)

Camden HayVictor played a close game with one of the other top teams in the state at Jamesville-DeWitt but lost 12-9 after the Red Rams (15-1) scored the last two goals in the last two minutes of the game. There were four ties in the game and neither team had more that three goal lead. Camden Hay led the Victor offense with four goals and Liam Haller made sixteen saves (56%). Connor Durkin led the JD offense with 2g-3a. Victor will end their regular season at Corning on Thursday.

Gates Chili (2-13) defeated East United (4-11) this afternoon after scoring the first five goals in the game. Kyle Krystan led the Spartans with 7g-1a while Kyle Fingar added 3g-2a. Anthony Nguyen won eleven of fourteen faceoffs and Samuel Servati made nine saves (69%) for Gates Chili who will finish their regular season with Eastridge on Thursday. There was no report from East United at post time.

Game Results

Report4East United18Gates Chili
Report9Victor12JD
Report10Pittsford3Orchard Park

 


Week In Review - Week 8

- There were forty-six games played last week and lots of exciting ones. At the moment there are seventy-two out of section games scheduled and sixy-eight have been played. Section Five has won thirty-eight and the out of section teams have won thirty.

Games played last week: 46 Games played this season: 280
Leagues games played last week: 20 Out of Section games last week: 8
Undefeated teams: 0 Games scheduled for next week: 34

 

Looking Back

Fairport celebrationThere were five games played on Monday including Canandaigua who beat Hilton 11-10 and Eastridge who posted a 10-9 victory against Newark. Wayne took an 8-5 win from McQuaid as goalie Jack Acker made 10s (67%).

Tuesday was busy with eleven games including Fairport's win over Irondequoit, Brighton's win at Pittsford and Penfield's win against Thomas.

Wednesday saw Pal-Mac and Waterloo winning.

There were fourteen games on Thursday. Thomas scored the first six goals in their 11-10 win over Churchville-Chili. Seven players made the offensive book for Brighton (11-2) as they beat visiting Irondequoit 15-11. Penn Yan defeated Geneva 12-6. Pittsford beat Penfield, Canandaigua beat Schroeder and Hilton beat R-H 11-10.

Fairport celebrationEast United, Marcus Whitman and Hilton won games on Friday.

On Saturday Fairport celebrated fifty years of lacrosse on Saturday with a 12-3 win over Orchard Park. There were lots of games at all levels, dinners, and an alumni game. At the start of the Varsity game against Orchard Park, three of the four coaches that have led the Red Raiders were acknowledge at midfield. The first coach, Jim Slusarski, who started the team in 1969 was present along with Randy Garrett, who took over in 1980 was in charge until Mike Torrelli took over in 2005. 

The Greece Storm (10-5) played a close game with Webster Schroeder (7-8) as they won 10-8 with scoring by six players, led by Nicholas Leonardi (2g-2a) and Trevor Gillard (4g). Penn Yan was a 17-7 winner at West Seneca East (Section VI) today. The win gave Head Coach Brian Hobart his 250th win at Penn Yan.

 

Looking Ahead

Fairport celebrationThere is only one week left in the regular season and games will be played on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. The Tournament seeding and brackets will be posted here on Saturday

On Monday, Victor will play JD (14-1) and Pittsford will play Orchard Park (11-4). Wins for them could boost their tournament seeding positions. Eastridge will play Marcus Whitman and East United will play Gates Chili.

On Tuesday fifteen games will be played It looks like the Aquinas at McQuaid game will be important in determining the GRALL Champion. Hilton at Irondequoit looks like a good one, as does Pal-Mac at Wayne. Penfield will play at Canandaigua and Waterloo is at Newark. The Finger Lakes tournament is Tuesday and Thursday. 

On Thursday, the Finger Lakes tournament finishes. Penn Yan is at Thomas, Irondequoit is at Penfield and St. Francis is at Pittsford. Victor will play Corning (14-1) whose only loss was their first game of the season against Geneva. Brighton will finish their regular season at Fairport.

The Section Five Tournaments will starts with out bracket games on Monday, May 20th. More information is available on the Tournament Page.

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,  week-3  week-4, week-5  week-6 and week-7

 


Irondequoit Over McQuaid - Lots to Celebrate

- Saturday: DAY IN REVIEW: With the games played today, there is only one week left in the regular season. Although more games played today were mismatches, several were close, starting with a double overtime win for Spencerport and a one goal win for Irondequoit.

Irondequoit at McQuaidThe Greece Storm (10-5) played a close game with Webster Schroeder (7-8) as they won 10-8 with scoring by six players, led by Nicholas Leonardi (2g-2a) and Trevor Gillard (4g). The Warriors had scoring from seven players with four players scoring two points each. Greece will finish their regular season with HF-L on Tuesday. Schroeder will finish their season with Brighton , also on Tuesday.

Fairport 50th CelebrationThe big highly anticipated weekend finally arrived for Fairport where they had all sorts of activities to celebrate their 50th lacrosse season. There were lots of games at all levels, dinners, and an alumni game. At the start of the Varsity game against Orchard Park, three of the four coaches that have led the Red Raiders were acknowledge at midfield. The first coach, Jim Slusarski, who started the team in 1969, a year after his graduation from Hobart College, was present along with Randy Garrett, who took over in 1980 was in charge until Mike Torrelli took over in 2005. Also present was John Torrens, who was one of the team captains and one of two team MVPs on the first team. Fairport won the game 12-3 with Tim Defendis recording 8s (73%) and ten players making the offensive stat book, led by Colin Peers with 3g-4a. See GALLERY

Brian HobartPenn Yan was a 17-7 winner at West Seneca East (Section VI) today. The win gave Head Coach Brian Hobart his 250th win at Penn Yan. Coach Hobart, after many years a an assistant under Harry Queener, took over the program in 2004 and won his first Section V championship his first year and every year since, except one. His teams have made the NYS final four twelve times. His current record is 250-86.

After trailing for nearly the entire game, Irondequoit came back to take their first lead early in the fourth quarter. The Eagles won 9-8 over McQuaid Jesuit with the game winning goal coming in the final minute. The Knights took the early lead with four of the first five goals; they led by three goals twice in the first half before Irondequoit came back to tie the game (6-6) at the half. STORY CONTINUES

Spencerport fought back with the last three goals to defeat Midlakes 7-6 in the second overtime period. The Rangers held the Screaming Eagles scoreless for the final twenty-one minutes spanning the third, fourth quarters and two overtime periods. Spencerport had an early lead before Midlakes scored five out of six straight goals to take a two-goal lead into the late third quarter. STORY CONTINUES

Also winning today were Brockport, Penn Yan, Livonia-Avon, Brighton, Aquinas and Mynderse.

C-C at Brighton

Game Results

Report20Livonia-Avon2Eastridge
Report   6Midlakes7Spencerport
Report16Mynderse1BAND
Report7Baldwinsville4Thomas
Report10Greece Storm8Schroeder
Report17Penn Yan7West Seneca East
Report   3Orchard Park12Fairport
Report6Bath13Aquinas
Report      9Irondequoit8McQuaid Jesuit
Report18Brockport8Gates Chili
Report   11Churchville-Chili19Brighton

 


Whitman, Hilton and East United Win

- Friday: DAY IN REVIEW: Only the Hilton vs Williamsville East game was originally scheduled for Friday, but there were two additions today. Hilton was a 13-3 winner over Williamsville East with ten players making the offensive book, led by Zach Boyatzies, Michael Galante, Tyler Hacker and Ben Mitrano who each scored three points. Jacob Kelsey made 7s (70%) for Hilton (11-4_ who will finish their regular season with Irondequoit on Tuesday.

Marcus Whitman played an even game, but always held the lead in their game at Watkins Glen which was originally scheduled for Saturday. The Wildcats won 10-6 with DeCouteau Blueye scoring five goals. Robert Craine made 9s (60%) for Marcus Whitman who will play Eastridge on Monday and then will finish their regular season with the Finger Lakes Tournament.

East United tied the series history with Newark at 1-1 with their 6-3 win against visiting Newark. There was no report from East at post time, but Henry Huynh led the Newark offense with 2g-1a and goalie Talyn Pierce recorded 12s (67%).

Game Results

Report3Newark6East United
Report10Marcus Whitman6Watkins Glen
Report3Williamsville East12Hilton

 


Thomas Holds on for Win vs C-C

- Wednesday: DAY IN REVIEW: Thomas scored the first six goals in their 11-10 win over Churchville-Chili.  Although the Titans led by six twice during the contest, the Saints kept the game interesting in the fourth.  Churchville-Chili came within one goal twice in the final quarter, but could not tie the game.  Their tenth goal was scored with 3:04 remaining, but they did not get the needed eleventh goal before time expired. STORY CONTINUES

Seven players made the offensive book for Brighton (11-2) as they beat visiting Irondequoit 15-11. Casey McDermott led the Baron scoring with 3g-2a and Owen Ronchetti added 4g. The Barons play Churchville-Chili on Saturday. There was no report from Irondequoit at post time.

Penn Yan at GenevaRush-Henrietta had the lead at the end of the first quarter and also at the end of the first half, but Hilton caught up with two unanswered goals in the third to take the lead (6-5) at the end of the third quarter. Both teams scored five goals in the last quarter with Matthew Mojsej (3g) scoring the last Hilton goal with 1:47 left in the game. Nick Cowie had 3g-1a and Zack Lenhard and Gunner MacMillan each has 2g-2a for the Royal Comets (8-7) who will finish their regular season with Eastridge on Tuesday. Hilton (10-4) will play Williamsville East on Friday.

Conner Finger (2g-3a) led the Mustang offense, with Colt Smith and Ayden Mowry each adding 3g-1a as the defeated Geneva 12-6. Jeff Kinyoun had 7s (54%) in the cage for Penn Yan (9-4). Nick Askin had 3g-1a to lead Geneva (11-3).

Also winning today were Wayne, Livonia-Avon, Brockport, Pittsford, Victor, Canandaigua, Fairport and Spencerport.

Penn Yan at Geneva

Game Results

Report8Kenmore West3BAND
Report5Greece Storm10Fairport
Report19Victor1Gates Chili
Report11Hilton10Rush-Henrietta
Report   12Penn Yan6Geneva
Report12Canandaigua4Schroeder
Report15Wayne9Bath
Report4HFL10Spencerport
Report7Eastridge14Brockport
Report   10Churchville-Chili11Thomas
Report8Penfield12Pittsford
Report9Mynderse13Livonia-Avon
Report4Aquinas11Clarence
Report11Irondequoit15Brighton

 


Players of the Week - Group 5

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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 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  Group 4

Group 5 Player of the Week

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