Game Day Reports for

Wednesday June 5, 2019

Scores Today
Baldwinsville - 7Fairport - 8REPORT
Vestal - 6Victor - 12REPORT
LaFayette - 13Penn Yan - 6REPORT


Baldwinsville - 7
Fairport - 8
1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Baldwinsville 2 1 1 3   7
  Fairport 1 3 2 1 1 8


Peers Scores Game Winner in OT for Fairport

- Fairport tied the game with 0:17 left in regulation to force overtime and then defeat Baldwinsville 8-7 in the first overtime period.  The Red Raiders had a two goal lead going into the final quarter before the Bees scored three unanswered goals within two minutes to get back in the lead.  The Red Raiders kept up their pressure and Kole Herren scored the tying goal on a feed from Klay Stuver.  Stuver was the big scorer for the day and finished with 5g-1a.  He finished as a part of 75% of the Fairport goals.  Defensively, Connor Fundis had a strong day for the Red Raiders with 3 takes.  Leading the offense for Baldwinsville was Michael Tangredi with 3g.  Defensively, both Braden Lynch and Cameron Seeney recorded 2 takes.  In the cage for Baldwinsville, Daniel Stehle recorded 11 saves.  For Fairport, Tim Defendis recorded 7 saves.  NYSPHAA Sportsman of the Tournament were awarded to Matthe Wodka (Baldwinsville) and Nick Krug (Fairport).

NYS Semi Fairport vs BVilleBaldwinsville scored the first goal of the game five minutes into play.  Austin Bolton scored with a drive down the middle with 6:48 remaining on the clock.  The Red Raiders tied up the game just under a minute later with a broken clear.  The Red Raiders intercepted a cross field pass and then pressed quickly upfield.  Stuver scored after dodging the only remaining defenseman and finishing into the back of the net.  The Bees added the final goal of the quarter with 0:09 remaining.  Tangredi scored unassisted with an outside shot.  Baldwinsville led 2-1 after 12 minutes.

NYS Semi Fairport vs BVilleIn the second quarter, Fairport scored back to back to take their first lead of the game.  Stuver scored during a two-man-up situation on a feed from Alex Nicastro.  One minute later with 9:02 left, Nicastro scored on a drive from the top of the restraining line.  The Red Raiders held the lead for five minutes before Baldwinsville forced the third tie of the game.  Braden McCard scored on a feed from Brendan Wilcox from behind the cage.  Fairport went back on top again with an outside shot from Stuver that found the back of the net and Fairport led 4-3 at halftime.

In the third, Fairport extended their lead with two goals, while holding the Bees to only one.  Baldwinsville scored first with an unassisted goal from Tangredi (outside shot from mid-range).  The Red Raiders scored man-down on a face-off fast-break goal as  Stuver scored with faceoff midfielder Jake Knapp assisting.  Knapp finished at 12/18, including the last six straight.  Stuver scored his fifth on another fast-break with an assist from Ryan Derion.  Fairport held the two goal lead (6-4) going into the final quarter.

NYS Semi Fairport vs BVilleStarting the fourth quarter, Baldwinsville scored three unanswered goals in just over two minutes to take back the lead.  McCard scored the first with a feed from Austin Bolton.  Spencer Wirtheim scored the penultimate Baldwinsville goal off a strong single player effort down the center of the field.  He continued through the dodge, even after a hard check to his neck. Tangredi’s final goal was scored on as fast-break down the middle.  The play began on the Fairport side with Stehle making a save from a shot by Peers.  The Bees quick cleared the ball upfield with Tangredi scoring in fast-break.  The Red Raiders tying goal was scored with 0:17 left on the clock with Stuver assisting Kole Herren on a drive from GLE and cross pass to the crease.

Fairport won the face and immediately called a timeout.  They gave the ball out of the timeout to Stuver, who drove to the crease.  He beat his defenseman, but missed the cage.  Coming off the endline, Fairport drove around and missed a second time.  They pulled the ball up to the top and drove again.  Gavin Ingalls drove down from the center to the right side.  After beating his defenseman and forcing a slide, he fed down to Colin Peers who scored from just above GLE on the right side.  Fairport advances to play Massapequa (who defeated Mamaroneck 14-9) on Saturday at St. John Fisher (10AM).

More information is available on the GAME REPORT page.


Vestal - 6
Victor - 12
1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Vestal 2 0 2 2   6
  Victor 3 3 4 2   12


Victor Heads to the Finals for the Fifth Year

- Victor heads to the State Finals for the fifth consecutive season after their 12-6 win over the Section IV Champion, Vestal.  The Golden Bears scored the last two goals to catchup in the final four minutes.  The Blue Devils led by eight halfway through the fourth quarter.  Leading in scoring for Victor were Camden Hay (3g-4a) and Joey Pezzimenti (2g-3a).  For Vestal, senior Matt Thrasher finished with 4g to lead his team.  In the cage for the Golden Bears, Luke Barney and Carter Ruhn split halves.  Barney finished with 4s/6ga and Ruhm finished with 3s/6ga.  For Victor, Liam Haller played the majority of the game and finished with 3s/5ga; Michael Calianese faced a single shot and finished 0s/1ga in the final four minutes.  The NYS Sportsmanship award went to Truman Kurst (Vestal) and Liam Haller (Victor).

NYS Semi Victor vs VestalVestal scored the first two goals to the game when Thrasher scored with an outside shot during extra-man offense two minutes into the game.  Two minutes later he added a second with a sweep along the top.  Six minutes into the game, Vestal led 2-0.  The Blue Devils finished out the quarter with three more goals.  Joey Pezzimenti scored with a midrange outside shot with 4:29 left on the clock.  Under a minute later they tied the game with an outside shot from Hay.  They took the lead with 0:28 left with TJ Brei scoring on an assist from Hay.  Victor led 3-2 after 12 minutes and never trailed for for the rest of the game.  The Blue Devil defense held Vestal scoreless for 23 minutes spanning into the third quarter.

The problem with Vestal wasn’t their inability to shoot, but their inability to put the shots on cage.  Vestal finished the game with 29 shots and only 9 on cage.  On the other hand, Victor took 26 shots, but hit the cage 19 times.  The other major factor in the win was at the face-off.  Regan Endres took all but one face-off and finished 18/19 with his only loss from a technical loss. 

NYS Semi Victor vs VestalIn the second quarter, Victor scored three goals to increase their lead to 6-2.  Jack LaRue, Pezsimenti and Alec Russell scored the Blue Devils.  Coming out of halftime, Victor scored three more to increase their lead to 9-2.  Hay scored in extra-man with an inside feed from Pezzimenti.  Just over a minutes later, LaRue scored with an outside shot (assisted by Hay).  The third goal was scored 5-on-5 with a feed from behind to the right flat from Pezzimenti to Hay.  The Golden Bears scored the next two.  While still in the 5-on-5 non-releasable penalties, Thrasher scored his third.  Four minutes later, Sam Eckert drove up from behind the cage and finished into the back of the net.  The final goal of the quarter was another Victor goal.  LaRue scored off an inside feed from Hay.  Victor led 10-4 going into the final 12 minutes.

In the fourth quarter, Victor scored the first two to take their largest lead (12-4).  Russell and LaRue scored for the Blue Devils.  As time counted down, Vestal added the final two goals in the last four minutes.  Thrasher scored on a fast-break and Aaron Tebo scored with an outside shot with 0:01 left on the clock.  Victor moves on to the Finals where they will face John Jay (who defeated Manhasset 11-10). The B Championship starts at 12:30 at St. John Fisher on Saturday.

More information is available on the GAME REPORT page.



From the Gallery
  • 2019 Pal-Mac at Geneva
    Pal-Mac at Geneva
  • 2019 NYS Semi Victor vs Vestal
    2019 NYS Semi Victor vs Vestal

19_USLax Inside

19_CA Bank

19_Donations Inside