CA Defeats Geneva during Vacation Week

- Tuesday: DAY IN REVIEW: It's a slow week during the spring break, but Tuesday saw seven games played. Pal-Mac, Webster Thomas and Penn Yan each outscored their opponents with big numbers.

Liverpool led for nearly the entire game in their 7-6 win over Aquinas. The Little Irish kept the game close, especially late in the game. Casey Hochheimer fed Jonathan Parrinello to pull within a single goal with 2:07 left on the clock. As time continued to count down, the Little Irish had one final shot at the goal. With time expiring, Josh Quatela (2g on the game) took a shot at the cage and Liverpool goalie, Cole Zaferakis, made a great save to secure the win for the Warriors.

Marcellus (Section III) fought back to defeat Hilton 10-9 with the game winning goal coming with only 0:21 left on the clock. The Cadets led for the entire game up until the game winning goal for the Mustangs. Hilton led 7-1 halfway through the second quarter before the Mustangs fought back to their first tie at 9-9 on a goal by Matt Reich with only 1:03 remaining in regulation. Gabe VanOrder scored the game-winner with 0:21 left in the game. Jordan DePetres led the offensive charge for the Cadets with 4g. Midfielder Shawn Doran was also important in the contest with 19/23 face-off wins.

CanandaiguaCanandaigua took an early lead in the first quarter of their win over Geneva and never let the Panthers back in the game. The Braves led 3-0 only ten minutes into the contest. Mitch Pfeiffer scored two goals and Alex Burley scored the third. Geneva responded with two goals of their own to pull within one; however, the Braves scored three more to secure their victory. Junior goalie Aiden Kenyon recorded eight saves (73%) for the win. Kenny Santiago scored two of the three goals for Geneva while senior goalie Jacob Drennen posted twelve saves (67%) for the panthers.

A second half effort by the Pride gave them the 5-3 win against host East United in a game that saw the teams tied twice. The Eagles kept the game close and forced the tie at both 2-2 and 3-3 before the Pride scored the final two goals of the contest. Max Willix led in scoring for B-H with 2g-1a.

Game Results

Report3Brockport22Pal-Mac
Report6Canandaigua3Geneva
Report17Penn Yan2Erie Prep
Report5Bloomfield-Honeoye3East United
Report5Wayne15Thomas
Report10Marcellus9Hilton
Report6Aquinas7Liverpool

 



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