Game Day Reports for

Tuesday April 10, 2018


Scores Today
Bath - 7Penn Yan - 10REPORT
McQuaid Jesuit - 10Aquinas - 6REPORT
Churchville-Chili - 10Brighton - 13REPORT
Gates Chili - 6Brockport - 5REPORT
Pittsford - 6Canandaigua - 7REPORT
Eastridge - 1Greece Storm - 15REPORT
Schroeder - 2Fairport - 5REPORT
Hilton - 10Penfield - 11REPORT
HFL - 11Spencerport - 6REPORT
Thomas - 10Irondequoit - 7REPORT
Victor - 19Rush-Henrietta - 5REPORT
Bloomfield-Honeoye - 7Mynderse - 12REPORT
Gananda - 19Marcus Whitman - 8REPORT
Geneva - 17Midlakes - 1REPORT
Waterloo - 7Newark - 11REPORT

 


Pittsford - 6
Canandaigua - 7
 
1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Pittsford 2 1 2 1   6
  Canandaigua 2 2 1 1 1 7
 

 

Burley Scores Game Winning Goal in Second OT

- After a game that was tied at every step, Senior Alex Burley scored his fourth goal in the second overtime period to give Canandaigua their second overtime win of the season over Pittsford 7-6.  The Braves improve to 3-1 after their overtime wins vs. Penn Yan last week and Pittsford this week.  Burley was key in their victory, scoring both the game tying and game winning goals.

Pittsford began the scoring less than a minute into play.  Sonny Imburgia scored 0:31 into play with an unassisted drive to the goal.  Canandaigua responded to force the first of six ties with an unassisted goal of their own.  Mitch Pfeiffer scored the first of his 2g with 10:13 remaining in the first quarter.  Both teams added one more goal before the end of the quarter.  Harrison Cross (assisted by John Avery) scored for the Panthers and Mark Belles scored for the Braves.  The score was tied 2-2 after 12 minutes.

The Braves took their first lead at 3-2 with Burley’s first goal, 0:10 into the second quarter.  Pittsford responded with Imburgia`s second goal (this time assisted by Cross).  The teams continued to alternate until the final quarter.  The score was 5-5 after 36 minutes with Imburgia scoring his third to tie the game at 5-5.

The first seven minutes of the final quarter were scoreless for both teams.  Imburgia scored his final goal to put Pittsford back on top for the first time since quarter one.  The Panthers held the lead for the next four minutes and into the final minute of play.  With 0:38 remaining in regulation, Burley scored unassisted to force overtime.  The game winning goal was not scored until the second overtime period (5 minutes into sudden victory play).

More information is available on the GAME REPORT page.

 


Gates Chili - 6
Brockport - 5
 
1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Gates Chili 3 1 1 1   6
  Brockport 1 2 1 1   5
 

 

Fingar Leads Gates Chili to Victory

- Gates Chili scored the first goal of the game and although Brockport forced the tie once, the Spartans never trailed.  Gates Chili scored three goals to lead off the game in the first seven minutes.  Blake Palozzi scored the game opened unassisted.  Kyle Fingar scored the next two (the first assisted by Kyle Krystan).  The Blue Devils responded with Ashton Howlett scoring unassisted to finish the first quarter at 3-1 Gates Chili.

In the second quarter, the Spartans scored the opening goal 4 minutes into play.  Brockport responded with three unanswered goals to force the tie at 4-4.  Tyler Sutphen scored two of the three goals.  Gates scored the final goal of the third quarter and opening goal of the fourth to pull back ahead by two goals.  The Spartans put on the stall and held off a single late goal from the Blue Devils.  The final Brockport goal was scored by Adam Tobey (1g-1a) and assisted by Sutphen (2g-1a).  In the cage for Gates Chili, Samuel Servati finished at 67% (10s/5ga).

More information is available on the GAME REPORT page.

 


Thomas - 10
Irondequoit - 7
 
1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Thomas 4 4 1 1   10
  Irondequoit 0 2 4 1   7
 

 

Thomas Holds off IQ to Remain Undefeated

- In a game that was dictated by halves, Thomas played a dominating first half to defeat Irondequoit 10-7.  The Titans led 8-1 late in the second quarter and although the Eagles attempted to fight back, the deficit was too large.  They never got the score closer than two goals.  The Titans remain undefeated at 4-0 with their closest matchup of the season.

Thomas dominated the first quarter with five unanswered goals.  All Five goals were scored by different athletes: Jacob Allen, Trevor Ford, Stevie Katz, Matt Hill and Spencer Nuccitelli.  The Titan defense held Irondequoit scoreless for the first 14 minutes of the contest.  Senior Kessel Stefano, who led in scoring with 4g, scored the opening Eagle goal unassisted with 10:06 remaining in the second quarter.  Thomas responded with another three goals.  Nuccitelli added two more and Colin Horan added his first.  With 3:05 remaining in the half, Thomas led 8-1.

Irondequoit added one more goal before halftime with another unassisted goal.  This time scored by Jack Brennan.  In the second half, the Eagles outscored the Titans 5-2.  They scored three unanswered goals of their own (two by Stefano).  The Titans scored a single goal spanning a 20 minute period in the entire third and part of the fourth quarters.  The Eagles pulled within two goals with Stefano’s fourth goal at 8:09 remaining in the fourth quarter.

Irondequoit never got any closer.  Thomas controlled the ball and added another goal with 3:35 remaining.  Horan scored his second for the Titans.  Joe Luconte was 10/18 at the draw for Thomas.

More information is available on the GAME REPORT page.

 


 

 

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