Buck Ties School Record in Win

- Jacob Buck tied his school record for most goals in a single game in the 16-15 Churchville-Chili win over Spencerport.  He finished with 8g-1a for the Saints.  Historically this was the 17th consecutive win for Churchville-Chili over Spencerport.  The last win for the Rangers was eleven years ago.  Today’s game was close throughout with the largest lead being a three goal lead late in the game for Churchville-Chili (16-13).  During the contest both teams lead and neither could pull away.  Both teams survived 3 minute non-releasable stick penalties with only 1 goal against for each team.

Spencerport scored the opening goal with Owen VanWie assisting Jonathan Agness.  VanWie finished with 6g-2a and Agness with 6g-6a.  Only a single goal of the 15 had neither Agness nor VanWie involved.  VanWie was also a dominate force at the face-off.  He finished 19/25 with a team leading 10 ground balls.  Joe Curcio added another 5 for Spencerport.

The Saints took their first lead late in the first quarter.  Nicholas Colucci scored off a feed from Patrick Sheridan to take a 4-3 lead with 2:32 remaining.  The Saints continued to hold the lead until midway through the third when the Rangers went back on top.  Churchville-Chili came back at the end of the third into the beginning of the fourth when they scored five unanswered goals to take the largest lead of the game by either team 16-13.  In addition to Buck, Sheridan (2g-2a) and Corey Yunker (3g-1a) added to the scoring totals.  Sheridan also led in groundballs with 5.

 



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