Game Day Reports for

Saturday June 10, 2017

Scores Today
Pittsford - 9Ward Melville - 10REPORT
Victor - 9Yorktown - 3REPORT
JD - 9Cold Spring Harbor - 11REPORT
CBA - 12Westlake - 5REPORT


CBA - 12
Westlake - 5
1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 CBA 4 3 0 5   12
  Westlake 3 0 1 1   5


Class D State Title - CBA over Westlake

- 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. 

cba vs westlakeCBA scored the first three goals of the game beginning with Calkins scoring unassisted from the crease off a feed from Patrick O’Brien.  Just over a minute later, Ben McCreary scored on a sweep across the top of the restraining line.  The third goal was another drive from the top with Calkins scoring unassisted.  Westlake scored their first goal with Kyle Donnery scoring from the left flat off a feed from Rob DiNoto.  The Brothers came back with their fourth goal, an outside shot from Michael Matheson with 5:35 remaining on the clock.  The Brothers led 4-1.  The Wildcats scored the final two goals of the quarter to bring the game within one.  Gorman scored with a drive from the right wing and DiNoto scored with an outside shot.  After 12 minutes, the Brothers led 4-3.

<cba vs westlakeIn the second quarter, CBA held Westlake scoreless and added three of their own to extend their lead.  Calkins scored unassisted on a fast-break with 10:24 remaining. The score remained 5-3 for another 8 minutes before CBA scored their second with 1:39 left.  McCreary scored with an inside dodge from the right flat.  With 0:01 remaining in the first half, Calkins fed the ball across the crease to O’Brien.  CBA led 7-3 at the half.

In the third quarter, Westlake added the only goal.  Augustus Bonacci scored with inside dodge along the crease with 7:21 remaining.  In the fourth quarter, CBA scored the first four goals of the quarter to secure their win.  Bonacci scored his first goal on a fast-break when man-down.  O’Brien scored his second off a feed from behind the net by Matheson.  Ryan MacKenzie scored with an outside shot and Calkins scored another fast-break goal.  With 4:13 remaining, the Wildcats scored their final goal.  Gorman fed DiNoto who finished with an outside shot.  The final goal of the game was scored with a cross crease pass from Matheson to Bonacci.  In the cage for CBA, Nicholas Papaleo recorded 5s/5ga.  For Westlake, Nick Ryan finished with 6s/12ga.

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JD - 9
Cold Spring Harbor - 11
1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 JD 3 2 2 2   9
  Cold Spring Harbor 0 4 2 5   11


Class C State Title - CSH over JD

- 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. 

JD vs CSHJamesville-Dewitt scored the first three goals of the game and led 3-0 after 12 minutes.  Joseph Kiesa scored the opening goal less than one minute into the game.  Ryan Archer drove from behind the cage and fed across the crease to Joseph Kiesa.  The Red Rams sat at 1-0 for seven minutes before scoring again in man-up.  Jack Mulvihill scored off a feed to the crease from Griffin Cook.  The final goal of the opening quarter was scored with 1:54 remaining.  Cook scored during a fast-break with a feed from Kiesa.

In the second quarter, CSH began their first comeback.  They outscored the Red Rams 4-2 in the second quarter to pull within a single goal at the half.  CSH scored the first goal of the quarter with a dodge from Ian Laviano 0:35 into play.  The Red Rams responded with two more goals.  The first, in man-up was scored with an inside feed from Cook to Mulvihill.  A minute and a half later, JD scored again with Archer feeding Casey Platenik.  The Red Rams led 5-1 halfway through the second quarter.  Cold Spring Harbor scored the final three goals to round out the half and pull within one.  Strough scored the first two with outside shots and Teddy Bentley scored the third.  Bentley’s goal began with a defensive take from Aidan Hunphy.  The ball was quick cleared up the field and Bentley dodged to the crease.  JD led 5-4 after 24 minutes.

JD vs CSHIn the third quarter, both teams added two goals and JD held the one goal lead.  CSH tied the game with a drive from behind by Laviano only 0:38 into the half.  Two minutes later, JD took back the lead with an outside shot by Archer.  The game continued with JD holding the single goal lead for seven minutes before CSH tied the game again.  Will Reed stopped a loose ball as it went to the sideline and came driving back in to the cage.  When the slide came, he crossed to Matt Licciardi to tie the game for the second time.  The Red Rams scored their seventh goal with a dodge from behind by Andrew Barclay and a dump to Archer on the flat.  Jamesville-Dewitt led 7-6 after three quarters.

In the fourth, the Seahawks exploded.  They scored five unanswered goals to take over the game and win their third straight title.  The Red Rams scored the first goal of the quarter with an inside feed from Archer to Fontanta.  Archer finished with 2g-3a for the Red Rams.  CSH’s first two goals were scored by Strough.  The first was a fast-break goal and the second was an outside shot during man-up.  The second, third and fourth goals for the Seahawks were all scored during extra-man.  Licciardi got his second goal of the game off a loose ball on the crease after Bennett Chirco made the initial stop.  Chirco finished with 8 saves for JD.  The next goal was scored during double man-up with Winkoff feeding Jaklitsch on the inside.  Jaklitsch came back with another goal to finish out the Seahawk scoring fourty-one seconds later with a drive from behind. 

JD vs CSHJD called a timeout after the goal and attempted to regroup.  Although the Red Rams held CSH scoreless for the remainder of the game, their offense could only get one more goal.  In general, the Cold Spring Harbor defense was stellar.  They played a great four quarters with goalie Chris Porzelt finishing with 11 saves (9 in the first half).  Defensemen Hunter Guarneri and Matt DeGennaro joined Dylan Guarneri in having a great game for the Seahawks.  The Red Rams scored the final goal with 3:52 remaining with Fontana scoring off a feed from Kiesa.  The final four minutes did not see any additional scoring and Cold Spring Harbor was able to hold on for the win.

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Victor - 9
Yorktown - 3
1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Victor 3 4 1 1   9
  Yorktown 1 0 2 0   3


Class B State Title - Victor over Yorktown

- 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.

Vic vs TownYorktown opened up the scoring with Kyle Casey assisting Jamison Embry on a feed from behind the cage.  Victor scored three more goals to finish out the quarter.  Mitchell Cain scored the first Blue Devil goal on a drive down the middle.  Forty seconds later, Mabbett scored his first goal from a cut to the crease and feed from Joey Pezzimenti.  Anthony Pezzimenti scored the third goal with another drive down the lane.  Victor led 3-1 after 12 minutes.

In the second quarter, Victor added another four goals and continued to hold Yorktown scoreless.  Zach Estabrooks and Mabbett scored back to back with straight drives from the top of the restraining line.  The latter two goals were scored with inside feeds to the crease.  The first was scored by Sam Lambert (assisted by Mabbett) and the second was Connor Keenan (assisted by Lambert).  Victor led 7-1 at halftime.  In the third quarter, Yorktown scored the first two goals to put the score at 7-3, but that was their last goal of the game.  Justin Comerford scored with a feed from behind by Casey and Hunter Embury scored with a drive through traffic.

Vic vs TownThe Blue Devils added one goal in the third quarter.  With 0:04 remaining on the clock, Lambert drove from behind the cage and crossed the cage to Keenan.  The Blue Devils led 8-3 after three quarters.  In the fourth, Victor added a single goal and held off Yorktown’s offense.  The only goal was scored during man-up with Joey Pezzimenti scoring with a feed to the flat during extra-man offense.  The Blue Devils controlled the pace and slowed it down to hold for their third Title.  In the cage for Yorktown, Louis Ragusa finished with 10 saves.  For Victor, Chayse Ierlan recorded 6 saves.

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Pittsford - 9
Ward Melville - 10
1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Pittsford 1 2 4 2   9
  Ward Melville 2 0 1 6 1 10


Class A State Title - Ward Melville over Pittsford

- 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.Pittsford v Ward Melville 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).

The first three quarters were led by the Panthers.  Ward Melville scored the first goal with a drive from the top left by Zach Hobbes only 1:01 into the game.  Pittsford slowed their pace and scored their first goal with 4:47 remaining.  Colby Barker, who led Pittsford with 3g-1a, scored his first with a dodge and outside shot from the top left.  The Patriots scored the final goal of the first quarter with Dylan Pallonetti scoring off a drive from behind the cage.  That was the last goal for Ward Melville for nearly two full quarters.  The Patriots led 2-1 after 12 minutes.Pittsford vs Ward Melville

In the second, Pittsford added two and held the Patriots scoreless.  The first goal began with a shot by Sonny Imburgia that was saved by Perry Cassidy.  The loose ball was grabbed by John Mozrall and was put into the back of the net.  Seven minutes later, they took their first lead of the game 3-2 with an inside feed from Barker to Jake Belias.  In the third quarter, Pittsford continued their offensive domination and scored the next four goals.  Barker scored on a floater past Cassidy.  Cassidy finished with 6 recorded saves.  John Galbraith scored the next Panther goal with a drive from the top.  Two minutes later, they scored on another unsettled situation.   Imburgia started the play again with a missed shot.  Mozrall grabbed the ball out of the air from behind the cage.  He fed the ball up to Brennan Mooney on the left flat.  The final Panther goal of the quarter was scored by Belias.  He grabbed a loose ball on the crease and finished into the back of the net.  The Patriots finally broke their scoring drought with a face-off fast-break goal from Giaquinto.  Pittsford led 7-3 after three quarters.

The Panthers scored the first goal of the fourth quarter with a doge from Belias.  Two minutes later, the Patriots scored again off a fast-break with Andrew Lockhart scoring off a feed from Dominic Pryor.  Pittsford’s final goal of the game was scored with 4:26 remaining in regulation.  Barker scored off a feed from Mooney.  Pittsford led by five 9-4.

Ward Melville began their comeback with Liam Davenport assisting Grillio for this first of his three goals.  The next three goals were all scored by Munoz.  The first two were unassisted goals with the latter being scored during extra-man offense with 0:34 on the clock.  Eight seconds later, Munoz scored again on a face-off fast-break to pull within one.  The game tying goal was an outside shot by Grillo (assisted by Lockhart) with 0:08 remaining.  The final face-off was won by Ward Melville, but they could not get a shot on the cage.Pittsford vs Ward Melville

In overtime, Ward Melville won the draw and had the first opportunity at the cage.  They spent a couple minutes and had 1 shot on cage that was saved by Gavin Catalano.  Catalano finished with 11 saves for Pittsford.  Pittsford cleared the ball up the field and had their own attempt to score.  They put two shots on cage that were saved.  Ward Melville cleared the ball for their second attempt on offense.  They scored with 0:00.8 remaining on the clock to win their 9th State Title.  Grillo scored with a drive from behind the cage.

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