Game Day Reports for

Saturday May 5, 2018

Scores Today
Bath - 11Chenango Valley - 5REPORT
Canisius - 8McQuaid Jesuit - 18REPORT
Batavia - 5Waterloo - 18REPORT
Brockport - 3Aquinas - 15REPORT
Irondequoit - 11Churchville-Chili - 7REPORT
JD - 12Fairport - 14REPORT
Spencerport - 27Gates Chili - 0REPORT
HFL - 8Hilton - 6REPORT
Pittsford - 6Fayetteville-Manlius - 8REPORT
Victor - 15Baldwinsville - 7REPORT
Thomas - 14Clarence - 5REPORT
Penn Yan - 14West Seneca East - 3REPORT
Bloomfield-Honeoye - 2Livonia-Avon - 14REPORT
Gananda - 9Wayne - 8REPORT


Gananda - 9
Wayne - 8
1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Gananda 2 1 3 2 1 9
  Wayne 1 4 2 1   8


Weise Scores in Overtime to Lift Gananda

- Gananda’s John Weise scored the game winning goal during the first overtime period.  The Blue Panthers defeated Wayne 9-8 after scoring four of the last five goals.  Gananda opened up the game with the first two goals.  Evan Smith scored off a feed from Jake Rapp followed by Rapp scoring off a feed from Weise.  Wayne responded with five unanswered goals to go up 5-2 with 2:23 remaining in the half.  Brett Cunningham scored the final goal of the half to put the Blue Panthers within two goals.

Gananda file photo Like the first half, Gananda scored the first two goals of the second half.  Henry Bush scored the first goal with a drive from behind the cage.  Five minutes later, Gananda tied the game for the second time at 5-5.  Cunningham drove at the cage through heavy traffic.  His shot missed, but was scooped up by Bush at the X.  He came around the side and fed Smith at the top of the restraining line.  Smith fired a low sidearm shot into the bottom corner.  Wayne responded with two more goals to put them back in the lead.  Similar to the Blue Panther goal, the Screaming Eagle goal began with a missed shot that was picked up behind the cage.  Ryan Cahill grabbed the loose ball, cut the crease and then fed across to Dominic Stramonine on the opposite side.  The second Wayne goal was a straight drive at the cage from the top by Billy Thomson.

Gananda scored the final goal of the third quarter.  The goal was 15 seconds after Thomson’s goal off the faceoff.  The ball was sent into the Wayne defensive area off the draw.  Midfielder Joel Bean fought hard for the ball approximately 8m off the goal but could not get a handle on it.  The ball was checked out of his cross before it was scooped up by Cunningham and fired into the back of the net.  Wayne led 7-6 going into the final quarter.

Wayne file photoGananda scored the first goal of the third quarter to force the third tie of the game.  Jake Rapp began the play with a hard ride on a Wayne clear.  He forced a bad pass that went out on the sideline.  Cunningham started with the ball and forced the ball quickly upfield.  He turned a 3-on-3 into a double that caused Rapp to be open across the crease.  Cunningham crossed the ball and Rapp finished before the defense could slide back into position.  Wayne scored their final goal of the game on an unsettled fast-break.  The Blue Panthers were called for over and back giving Wayne the ball heading up the field in a break.  The offense took a 2-on-1 and pushed the defense into leaving Zach Boyatzies alone on the far side.  He finished unassisted to put the Screaming Eagles back on top.  The fourth and final game tying goal again began with a broken clear.  Bush intercepted a pass from the Wayne goalie Jack Acker.  He passed the ball up to Rapp.  Rapp looked to feed Cunningham across the crease; however, the ball was knocked down by the defense.  Rapp’s quick thinking led him to grab his own ground ball and step towards the crease (cutting off the defense) and tying the game with 4:42 remaining on the clock.

Late into regulation, Gananda found themselves in a two-minute non-releasable penalty.  The Screaming Eagles had 0:52 remaining in regulation.  They passed the ball around before and after a time out; however, could not put a shot on the cage.  With seconds remaining, they held the ball going into sudden victory overtime.  They began with the ball in overtime, but again could not convert.  The Blue Panthers grabbed a loose ball near the crease and quickly forced the ball upfield for a fast-break.  Weise scored with a fast-break drive right down the middle.  His shot bounced just under the top bar to give Gananda their second overtime win of the season.

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Pittsford - 6
Fayetteville-Manlius - 8
1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Pittsford 0 4 1 1   6
  Fayetteville-Manlius 3 1 3 1   8


FM Defeats Pittsford

- Fayetteville-Manlius scored the first three goals of the game and although Pittsford tied the game three times, the Hornets never let go of the lead in their 8-6 win.  FM’s opener was scored with an outside shot by Nick Papa.  Papa finished with 3g-2a to lead his team.  Two minutes later, Chris Lubrino scored on a fast-break goal.

FM at Pittsford With 4:04 remaining, the Hornets added their third goal with a cut from behind by Papa.  He came high off the crease and stepped inside GLE against the defense for a point blank shot.  The Hornets led 3-0 after 12 minutes.  Pittsford responded by scoring the first three goals of the second quarter to tie the game for the first time at 3-3.  Sonny Imburgia scored the first two goals.  His first was a dodge down the left side and his second was a midrange shot that bounced high into the corner.  John Avery scored the first tying goal from the crease.  John Mozrall cut to the crease and then crossed to Avery.

After being tied for just over a minute, FM scored again.  Jack Shanley scored the first of his three goal off with a midrange shot from the right side off a feed from Papa at the top of the restraining line.  With time running down in the half, Jake Robinson scored off a fast-break down the left alley.  The score was tied 4-4 going into halftime.

FM at Pittsford In the third quarter, FM scored the first goal two minutes into play with an inside feed from Papa to Shanley.  Shanley, facing away from the cage, grabbed the pass, dropped his shoulder and turned into the shot.  Less than thirty seconds later, Pittsford tied the game for the final time.  Mozrall received a fast-break pass from Patrick Sanna.  He took the ball and cut into the defense.  He turned the defenseman and finished into the back of the net.  FM finished out the third with back to back goals to put them up by two going into the final quarter.  Papa scored his third with a drive along the right goal line.  With 3:57 remaining in third quarter, Lubrino fed inside to Shanley on the crease.  All three of Shanley’s goals were scored off of inside feeds.  The Hornets led 7-5 going into the final quarter.

Each team added a single goal in the last 12 minutes. For Pittsford, Avery assisted Jake Robinson and for FM, Michael Howe assisted Lubrino.  In the cage for Pittsord, Brecken Catalano finished at 53% with 9 recorded saves.  FM will face their second Section Five opponent next Saturday when Victor travels out to them.

FM at Pittsford

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HFL - 8
Hilton - 6
1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 HFL 3 2 0 3   8
  Hilton 2 0 4 0   6


HFL Comes Back in Fourth Quarter for Win

- HFL and Hilton played a close game tonight with the Cougars winning 8-6.  HFL opened up with the first goal less than one minute into play.  Jonathan Roth scored with a single player drive down the left side to give the Cougars and early 1-0 lead.  Two minutes later and Hilton responded.  Justin Mosher drove at the cage and instead of taking a shot, he passed off to Jordan DePetres behind the cage.  DePetres was already moving and came around the goal line to finish into the back of the net.

HFL file photo Hilton scored again thirty seconds later with an outside shot by Michael Laber (again off an assist from Mosher).  The Cadets took their first lead and held it for two minutes.  HFL’s second goal was scored off an unsettled situation.  A missed shot that bounced off the pipe was fielded by Garrett Ruff about 8m off the goal.  He grabbed the loose ball and finished into the top shelf to tie the game for the second time (2-2).  The Cougars re-took the lead with another goal at 5:26. Roth scored his second goal of the night with an outside shot from the top left.  HFL led 3-2 after the first quarter.

 There were only two goals in the second quarter and they were both scored by HFL’s Ruff of feeds from Tyler Kaufman.  The first was an outside shot during extra-man offense and the second was an outside during even play.  The Cougars led 5-2 going into halftime. 

 In the second half, Hilton came back with vengeance.  They scored four unanswered goals in the third quarter and held the Cougars scoreless.  With 0:33 remaining in the quarter, DePetres scored his third goal of the night off a feed from Ben Mitrano to put the Cadets in the lead for the first time since 2-1.  They led 6-5 going into the final quarter.  In the fourth quarter, HFL scored three goals and held the Cadets scoreless.  Andrew Mapstone scored two and Roth scored one.  Roth finished the game with 3g.

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