Lightning Goes on a Run to Win

- Greece Arcadia/Olympia defeated Brockport 10-7 to increase their record to 2-7.  The Lightning have not won a game since their opener (also against Brockport) when they defeated the Blue Devils 13-12 (HERE).  With the loss, Brockport is also 2-7 on the season.

The contest was close until the final quarter when Arc/Oly increased their lead to 10-5.  Arc/Oly scored the opening goal with an unassisted drive from Matt McHale.  The Lightning held the lead for six minutes before Tucker Sutphen scored the first goal for the Blue Devils off a feed from Jeremy Hopsicker.  Hopsicker finished with 1g-4a and Sutphen finished with 5g.  The first quarter ended with the score tied 1-1.

The Lightning also scored the first goal of the second quarter with another unassisted goal from McHale.  Brockport responded with three unanswered goals to take the lead.  Tyler Stiefel scored two (both assisted by Hopsicker) and Hopsicker scored the third himself.  Brockport led 4-2 with 3:42 remaining in the half.  Arc/Oly added one more before the half ended to take the halftime score to 4-3.

Arc/Oly took off over the third quarter and scored eight out of nine straight goals to go from trailing by 2 to leading by 5.  The Blue Devils scored the final two goals, but could not catch up.  In the cage for the Lightning, Nicholas Chilano recorded 13 saves (65%).  Calum Dunbar finished at 50% for the Blue Devils.

 



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