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06/10 - WM-10 - Pit-9

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06/07 - BVille-8 - Pit-11

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06/03 - Hamb-4 - Vic-7

06/03 - GI-6 - P-M-8

05/31 - Wat-6 - PY-13

05/31 - CA-4 - Vic-13

05/30 - Fpt-5 - Pit-9

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Brockport need Varsity Coach

- BrockportBrockport High School has a Varsity Boys Lacrosse Coaching cacancy.

Any interested candidates should contact:

Todd Hagreen, Brockport Athletic Director at
637-1836 or email todd.hagreen@bcs1.org

 


Monroe County Awards for 2017

- MC PatchThe All Star list is out recognizing the Monroe County League players for the 2017 season. Senior attackman Brett Randall (Brighton), senior attackman Devin Andrews (Canandaigua) and junior goalie Chayse Ierlan (Victor) were named US Lacrosse All Americans from Monroe County.

Senior attackman Carson Greene (Canandaigua), Fairport senior defenseman Michael Kozar and senior midfielder John Galbraith (Pittsford) along with junior midfielder Garrett Rull (HF-L) were selected as US Lacrosse All-Academics.

The Monroe County Division 1 Players of the Year were Chayse IerlanDevin Andrews and Brett Randall were the Division 2 Co-Players of the Year and the Division 3 Player of the Year was Andrew Doktor from Eastridge. Nominees for the Bob Scott Award were Peter Schwab (Penfield), Connor Haims (Pittsford) and Tyler Bushnell (HF-L).

The Section Five Bob Scott Award winner was Peter Schwarb (Penfield).

The Monroe County Coaches of the Year were Mike Torrelli (Fairport - MC1), Deven York (Canandaigua MC2), and Jack Beaney (HF-L MC3).

The Monroe County Assistant Coaches of the Year were John McGurk (Fairport MC1 and Jake Spadoni (Schroeder MC1), Robin Hulme (Canandaigua MC2) and Jeff Price (HF-L MC3).

The Monroe County Men of the Year were Mike Ierlan (Victor- MC1) and Mark MacNeil (Canandaigua MC2).

Links to the Monroe County Division 1, Division 2 and Division 3 lists. 

 


Finger Lakes Awards for 2017

- Finger LakesThe All Star list is out recognizing the Finger Lakes League players for the 2017 season. Senior defenseman Nate Arnold (Pal-Mac) was named US Lacrosse All Americans from the Finger Lakes.

Senior defenseman Bryce Saba (Wayne) and  HF-L senior midfielder Garrett Ruff were selected as US Lacrosse All-Academics.

The Finger Lakes Players of the Year were attackman Jon Ecker (Wayne), midfielder Sam Miller (Geneva), defenseman Bryce Saba (Wayne) and goalie Jake Drennan (Geneva). The Finger Lakes Player of the Year was defenseman Nate Arnold (Pal-Mac).

The Finger Lakes Coach of the Year was Eric Carlsen (Wayne). The Finger Lakes Assistant Coach of the Year was John Hanss (Wayne) and Man of the Year was Tyrone Thomas (Waterloo).

The full list of Finger Lakes award winners are available here.

 


GRALL Awards for 2017

- GRALLThe All Star list is out recognizing the GRALL players for the 2017 season. Senior defenseman Tyler Olbrich (Aquinas) was named US Lacrosse All Americans from the GRALL.

The GRALL Player of the Year was attackman Evan Kelly (Aquinas).

The GRALL Coach of the Year was Grant Catalino (Aquinas). The GRALL Sportsmanship Award was presented to Aquinas.

The full list of Finger Lakes award winners are available here.

 


Saturday: Victor wins Third Straight NYS Title

- DAY IN REVIEW: For the third year in a row, The Victor Blue Devils won a New York State Championship. Pittsford lost as Ward Meleville overcame a five deficit in the last four minutes of the game to force the game into overtime where Matthew Grillo scored the winnning goal for the Patriots. In the class C game, Cold Springs Harbor overcame a 5-1 deficit and beat Jamesville DeWitt 11-9. In the first ever Class D game, Christian Brothers Academy defeated Westlake with a score of 12-5.

One minute it looked like Pittsford would win their first NYS Championship and the next minute they lost in overtime to a dertermined team from Ward Melville.

After trailing by five with 4:26 remaining, Ward Melville scored the final six goals of the game to win the Class A State Championship 10-9 in the first overtime period. Tournament MVP Eddie Munoz scored three of the five goals to force overtime and was a key offensive player for the Patriots. Defensive MVP Michael Giaquinto was also demonstrative in the win. He finished 19/22 (86%) at the face off and gave Ward Melville multiple extra attempts at the ball. His pick-ups allowed four goals in the final 1:01. Matthew Grillo finished with 3g-1a including the game tying and game winning goals. Later in the day, the Pittsford girls also played in the State Finals. Just like the boy’s game, the girl’s matchup went to overtime after a 9-9 tie in regulation. Pittsford girls defeated Middle Country 10-9 (HERE). STORY CONTINUES

Pittsford v Ward Melville

Victor won their third straight State Title with a 9-3 win over Yorktown. The Blue Devils trailed briefly after Yorktown scored the opening goal. However, they responded with seven goals and controlled the pace of the entire game. The Huskers added two goals in the third, but they never came back within range. The Blue Devils were led in scoring by Class B Offensive MVP Alexander Mabbett with 2g-2a. Matt Gardner was named Defensive Player of the Game. STORY CONTINUES

Pittsford v BVille

Today’s contest saw the defending Class B Champions (Jamesville Dewitt) playing the defending Class C Champions (Cold Spring Harbor) and CSH followed Victor in winning their third consecutive State Championship. The Seahawks completed an undefeated season at 21-0 when they defeated JD 11-9 after coming back from a 5-1 deficit in the second quarter and an 8-6 deficit in the fourth quarter. Offensive MVP Taylor Strough finished with 4g for CSH. The defensive player of the tournament was awarded to Dylan Guarneri. STORY CONTINUES

CSH v JD

The Christian Brothers Academy took an early three goal lead and never trailed in their 12-5 win over Westlake to secure their first ever State Title and the first ever Class D Title. The Brother’s Alex Calkins led the scoring list with 4g-1a and was named the tournament offensive MVP. Defensive Player of the tournament was awarded to Peyton Bowler. Although Westlake fought back hard in the first quarter, the Brothers continued their pressure and increased their lead all the way through the final quarter. STORY CONTINUES

cba_westlakes

Game Results

Report      10Ward Melville9Pittsford
Report      3Yorktown9Victor
Report      11Cold Spring Harbor9JD
Report      5Westlake12CBA

 


Wednesday: Pittsford, Victor Move on to the Finals

- DAY IN REVIEW: Section Five will have two teams in the Championship round on Saturday as both Pittsford (Class A) and Victor (Class B) earned their tickets today at St. John Fisher College. Pal-Mac (Class C) played in Syracuse and ended their 18-3 season with a loss to Jamesville-DeWitt.

Pittsford dominated the second half and defeated Baldwinsville (Section III) 11-8 to advance to the Class A State Finals. The Panthers will face Ward Melville on Saturday at 10:00 AM at St. John Fisher after they defeated Lakeland-Panas 9-6. Colby Barker led in scoring with 5g-1a for Pittsford and was a force on the field. For the Bees, Matthew Dickman and Peter Fiorini each finished with 2g. STORY CONTINUES

Victor advanced to their third straight State Finals with an 11-5 win over Vestal (Section IV). The Blue Devils are the two-time defending State Champions and are looking for their third straight win. Victor will face Yorktown (Section I).Victor wins The Huskers defeated Garden City 5-4 in double overtime to advance. STORY CONTINUES

Pal-Mac's Joe Lyko scored the first of his three goals early to tie the game at 1-1 before JD scored 13 unanswered goals and extended their lead to 14-1 at the half. The Red Raiders finish their season at 18-3. Jamesville-Dewitt, the defending Class B Champions, move on to play in the Class C Finals against Cold Spring Harbor on Saturday at 3:00 PM.

The final lineup is:

  • Class A: Pittsford vs Ward Melville
  • Class B: Victor vs Yorktown
  • Class C: J-D vs Cold Spring Harbor
  • Class D: CBA-Syracuse vs Westlake

Pittsford v BVille

Game Results

Report   8Baldwinsville11Pittsford
Report20JD6Pal-Mac
Report   5Vestal11Victor

 


Saturday: Pittsford, Victor, Pal-Mac Win

- DAY IN REVIEW: Three out of four of the Section Five teams will play on Wednesday in the NYS semi-finals after victories today at St. John Fisher College.

Section Five representative Pittsford defeated Section Six representative Orchard Park 20-6 in the Western Regional Championship. The Panthers scored the first seven goals of the match and held the Quakers scoreless for the first 18:49. Pittsford finished with 13 different players making their offensive book. Leading the charge was Brandon Barker 4g-1a . STORY CONTINUES.

Victor CaptainsSection Five representative Victor defeated Section Six representative Hamburg 7-4 in the Western Regional Championship. The Blue Devils were led in scoring by Joey Pezzimenti with 3g-1a. Sam Lambert added another 3a. Each of the four Hamburg goals were scored by a different player . STORY CONTINUES.

Palmyra-Macedon defeated Grand Island 8-6 in the Western Regional Championship this afternoon. At the same time, Pal-Mac girls defeated East Aurora 17-0 to become the Girls Western Regional Champions (HERE). The Red Raiders trailed for a significant portion of the game before mounting a four goal comeback in the final quarter. Pal-Mac held the Vikings scoreless for the final 13 minutes. James Blazey led the Red Raiders in scoring with 2g-1a . STORY CONTINUES.

Section Six representative Akron defeated Section Five representative Penn Yan 10-9 in the Western Regional Championship. The game was tied after regulation and the Tigers scored the game winning goal in the second overtime period. Akron was the only Section Six team to defeat a Section Five team in either Girls or Boys Western Regionals . STORY CONTINUES.

The New York State Brackets are HERE.

Pittsford v OP

Game Results

Report   6Orchard Park20Pittsford
Report   4Hamburg7Victor
Report   6Grand Island8Pal-Mac
Report   10Akron9Penn Yan

 


Wednesday: Penn Yan and Victor Advance

- DAY IN REVIEW: Penn Yan started out the final day of sectional play with their 22nd Championship as they defeated Waterloo 13-6. It was the seventh in a row for the Mustangs as Austin Blumbergs scored 5g-2a and Connor Fingar added 3g-2a. STORY CONTINUES

Victor won their fourth consecutive (and sixth overall) Section Five Title tonight with a 13-4 win over Canandaigua. The Blue Devils have reached the finals five straight times, with their loss four years ago against Canandaigua in overtime 11-10. Tonight, the Blue Devils scored the first five goals and continued to hold at minimum a four goal lead the remainder of the game. STORY CONTINUES

The final brackets are available

Class D finals

Class B finals

Game Results

Report      6Waterloo13Penn Yan
Report      4Canandaigua13Victor

 


Tuesday: Pittsford and Pal-Mac Advance

- DAY IN REVIEW:Pittsford won their fifth Section Five Championship with a 9-5 win over Fairport. Pittsford took off and scored the first six goals before the Red Raiders got on the scoreboard. and the Panther defense held Fairport scoreless for 28 minutes. STORY CONTINUES.

Pal-Mac won their first ever Section Five Championship with a 16-11 win over Honeoye Falls-Lima. The Red Raiders lead for nearly the entire game. The Cougars took an early lead but Pal-Mac took over late in the first quarter and slowly increased their lead for the remaining three quarters. STORY CONTINUES.

Class A semifinals

Class A semifinals

Game Results

Report      16Pal-Mac11HFL
Report      5Fairport9Pittsford

 


2017 Section Five All-Americans Announced

-  SPORTSFIVE REPORT:  

The head Coaches of Section Five meet last week to listen to the presentations of thirty players who had been nominated for All-American and All-Academic awards. The awards, sponsored by US Lacrosse, identify some of the best players from each area around the country. Each of the thirty-six coaches in the section has a vote on each of the awards.

US LacrosseThe All-American award is given to great lacrosse players from the area. US Lacrosse allows one award for each six teams in the area, so with thirty-six teams in Section Five, there were six awards available this year. Twenty-two players were nominated, but after the first team league lists were determined, twenty players were considered. Section Five coaches require that players who are in leagues must make first team league honors in order to be considered.

After another redefinition of the All-Academic award, US Lacrosse, an emphasis has been placed on the academic qualification of nominees. Where, in the past, nominees for this award were first considered for their skill on this field, this year, although skill was considered important, nominees did not need to be "All-American" quality players. Players needed to be "starters or significant contributors" and had to have played in a majority of their team's games. Academically, nominees needed to have an average GPA of 3.7 (93%). There are also six awards available in Section Five.

In 2012, US Lacrosse added an award named for the long-time Johns Hopkins lacrosse coach and Athletic Director, Bob Scott. The annual award is given to a senior of outstanding character, good academic standing and one who demonstrates good sportsmanship and safe play. The winner from Section Five, this year, is Penfield senior Peter Schwab.

The coaches also made their picks for Coach of the year. It was, from Wayne Central, Head Coach Eric Carlsen.

2017 All-Americans

2017 All-Americans

2017 All-Academics

2017 All-Academics

 


Friday: Top Two Teams Advance

- DAY IN REVIEW: The top two teams advanced in the Class A and Class C semifinals today. `Pittsford (#1) will take on Fairport (#2) and HF-L (#1) will play Pal-Mac (#2) in the championship rounds next Wednesday.

Penfield vs FairportTop seeded Pittsford defeated fourth seeded Hilton 13-5 in the first of the two back-to-back Semi-Final matchups played at Webster Thomas. The game was a close for the first half, before Pittsford scored five unanswered in the third quarter and pulled ahead. The Cadets scored the final goal of the game, but Pittsford scored eight unanswered goals, spanning the second through fourth quarters. Pittsford advances to the Finals for the sixth time in eight years (2 wins in 2015 and 2011; 3 losses in 2016, 2014 and 2010).

Second seeded Fairport came to play and defeated Penfield 13-9. The Red Raiders scored the first four goals and held Penfield scoreless into the second quarter. The Patriots fought back hard for the entirety of the game, but never got closer than 2 goals. Fairport was led in scoring by TJ Hendricks with 4g-2a. Jake Bucci (4g-1a) and Spencer Bell (3g-1a) also added significant scoring for the Red Raiders. Fairport advances to the Finals for the sixth time in nine years (3 wins in 2014, 2012, 2010 and 2 losses in 2011 and 2009). They have not reached the finals since their win over Pittsford in 2014.

In the Aquinas vs HF-L game it was a tail of two halves. Aquinas scored the first goals and led into the third quarter but then the Cougars scored nine goals in a row and then coasted to a 12-7 lead. Andrew Mapstone led the Cigars with 3g-4a and Garrett Ruff added 4g-1a for HF-L.

Pal-Mac had a six goal second quarter and with Brian Burger scoring 2g-4a and Jared Hurlbutt making 15 saves in the Red Raider cage (65%), Pal-Mac punched their ticket to the finals with their win over Wayne.

Class A semifinals

Game Results

Report      5Hilton13Pittsford
Report7Aquinas12HFL
Report      9Penfield13Fairport
Report8Wayne12Pal-Mac

 


Wednesday: Churchville-Chili Defeats Thomas

- DAY IN REVIEW: In the biggest upset in many years, Churchville-Chili (#10) beat Webster Thomas (#2) 15-14 in a quarter final matchup tonight. Coming into the contest today, Schroder at BrightonThomas had previously defeated Churchville-Chili 20-15 in the second game of the season and had finished the regular season with a 13-3 record.  MORE

The rest of the brackets today ran as seeded, starting with Gananda over Livonia where the game was fairly close, but with the Blue Panthers always in the lead. Eight players made the scorebook and leading the pack was Henry Bush with 3g-1a and Evan Smith winning 17 of 21 draws for Gananda. It was the first meeting of the two teams. Gananda will play Waterloo in the semi finals (Saturday).

Penn Yan held Mynderse to two shots on cage and advanced to play Bath on Saturday. Austin Blumbergs and Ben Emerson each scored 5g-1a for the Mustangs.

Victor scored the first four goals and never looked back as they defeated Irondequoit. Joey Pezzimenti led the well-rounded scoring list with 3g-1a. The Blue Devils will play Brighton on Saturday (at Penfield).

Churchville-Chili at Thomas

Game Results

Report7Livonia12Gananda
Report6Midlakes8Waterloo
Report0Mynderse16Penn Yan
Report7Bloomfield-Honeoye12Bath
Report   8Irondequoit12Victor
Report   4Schroeder13Brighton
Report      15Churchville-Chili14Thomas
Report7Spencerport19Canandaigua

 


Tuesday: Aquinas Takes Out Geneva

- DAY IN REVIEW: The Class A tournament bracket held as Hilton (#4) defeated Greece Lightning and Penfield (#3) beat Rush-Henrietta (#6). Nine different Cadets made the scorebook, led by Jordan DePetres with 3g-1a. Shawn Doran won 13 of 14 draws for the winners and Jacob VanWuychuyse made six saves (100%). Hilton will take on Pittsford at 5:00 on Friday. In the lower bracket Penfield beat R-H with fifteen players making the offensive book. Joey Barboza (5g-2a) and Dan Taddeo (2g-4a) led the Patriots who will play Fairport at 7:00 on Friday at Webster Thomas.

There were four games in the Class C quarter finals today and one broken bracket when Aquinas (#5) defeated Geneva (#4) in a close game that went right down to the wire. Aquinas control the majority of the game and was leading by a four goal margin before a strong comeback by Geneva to taken them within one goal. In the last two minutes of the game the Panthers had four shots but were unable to tie the game. Aquinas will play HF-L on Friday.

HF-L had two players on the offensive books, led by Jonathan Roth with 4g-3a. Pal-Mac beat Newark, using eight offensive players. Brian Burger recorded 4g-3a and goalie Jared Hurlbutt made 11 saves (92%). The Red Raiders (#2) will play Wayne (#3) at 7:00 on Friday at Penn Yan.

Aquinas at Geneva

Game Results

Report   7Aquinas6Geneva
Report8Eastridge15Wayne
Report1Arc/Oly15Hilton
Report4Rush-Henrietta19Penfield
Report6Batavia18HFL
Report2Newark15Pal-Mac

 


Monday: The Tournaments Begin

- DAY IN REVIEW: With one exception, the brackets played out as seeded on the first day of the 2017 tournaments. In the Class B, Irondequoit beat McQuaid. Irondequoit sophomore attackman Jack Brennan scored 4g-1a to lead the Eagles and in the cage, Patrick Hynes made 12 saves (80%). Irondequoit will move on to Victor on Wednesday. Webster Schroeder (#5) defeated Brockport (#12) after breaking a tie late in the first quarter. Eleven different players scored points for the Warriors. Schroeder will play at Brighton on Wednesday.

Churchville-Chili (#10) broke the bracket with their win over the Greece Thunder and will travel to Thomas for the next round. Mike Miara made 11 saves for the Saints (69%) and Jacob Buck (5g-1a) and Austin Orengo (4g-2a) led the offense. Spencerport (#6) took out Gates Chili (#11) with Charlie McMahon scoring six goals. The Rangers will go to Canandaigua for the quarters on Wednesday.

There were two out bracket games in the Class D tournament. Livonia (#8) defeated Marcus Whitman (#9) with Ryan Lambert (4g-2a) and Franz Leinders (2g-4a) leading the offense. The Bulldogs will play the top seeded Gananda on Wednesday. In the lower bracket, Mynderse beat Avon and will face second seeded Penn Yan. Nine Blue Devils made the offensive book with Ian Anderson scoring 4g-2a.

McQuaid at Irondequoit

Game Results

Report   18Churchville-Chili5Ath/Ody
Report6Brockport13Schroeder
Report5Gates Chili18Spencerport
Report   5McQuaid Jesuit11Irondequoit
Report8Marcus Whitman13Livonia
Report5Avon20Mynderse

 


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