Pittsford, Brighton, Livonia-Avon Win By One

- THURSDAY: DAY IN REVIEW: Three of the fourteen games played today were one-goal games. Pittsford fended off a last minute barrage from Fairport, Brighton saw a goal from Lukas Stanat (5g) to break their tie with Hilton and Cullen Coons scored his third goal of the game in the first overtime period to give Livonia-Avon the 17-16 win over Marcus Whitman.

Hilton at BrightonBrighton scored the first goal and held the lead for the first half on their way to a 7-6 win against visiting Hilton. The Cadets tied the game in the third quarter when Matt Gouger scored his the first of his two goals. The teams swapped goals three more times and were tied at 7-7 with just over five minutes left in regulation. Lukas Stanat (5g) scored the winning goal with an assist from Calvin Tourangeau with 3:22 left in the game. Caleb Green made nine saves for Brighton (56%) and Jacob VanWuychuyse (made six save in thirty-six minutes (55%) for Hilton.

Spencerport defeated Eastridge 17-4. The Rangers had two players scored their first Varsity goal: Junior Riley Schmeer and Sophomore Todd Smith. Face off midfielder Owen VanWie led in groundballs with six and was 8/12 at the draw. Jonathan Agness, Tyler O`Neal and Rocco Santillo each added four groundballs to the count. O`Neal also recorded 4 takes.

Gananda trailed 2-7 halfway through the second quarter before they scored 11 unanswered goals on their way to a 16-9 win over Midlakes. The Blue Panthers were led in the turnaround by Brett Cunningham. He assisted three of the first four goals in the streak. He finished the game with 3g-7a. Defenseman Logan Chasey recorded a team leading 12 groundballs in the win.

Irondequoit scored four unanswered goals to open up the fourth quarter and pull away from Aquinas in their 11-6 win over the Little Irish. Aquinas scored the first goal 0:46 into play with an unassisted goal from Casey Hochheimer. The Eagles re-tied the game a little less than two minutes later and never trailed for the remainder of the game. Irondequoit held a 7-5 lead going into the final 12 minutes before their streak. Freshman Yavin Stefano scored his first Varsity goal. The Eagles were led in scoring by Kessel Stefano (3g-1a) and Jack Brennan (2g-2a).

Victor at PenfieldVictor used a 5-2 second quarter to propel them to an 11-8 win over Penfield. The Blue Devils scored five of the first six goals to go up 5-1 before Penfield added another two goals. Victor led 7-3 at the half and the Patriots could not come back. They continued to press through the third and fourth, but never got closer than 2 goals. Penfield was led in scoring by Joey Barboza (2g-2a). Junior Jacob Emmick recorded a team leading 5 groundballs. Alexander Mabbett (2g-2a) and Sam Lambert (3g-1a) led in scoring for the Blue Devils. Tucker Hill was 12/16 at the face-off.

Thomas defeated Canandaigua 10-5 after holding the Braves scoreless for the entire second half. The game was close for the first half with the score tied at both 2-2 early in the second quarter and 5-5 at halftime. Alex Burley scored 2g for the Braves. Trevor Ford led in scoring for the Titans with 4g-1a.

Cullen Coons scored his third goal of the game just over one minute into the first overtime period to give Livonia-Avon the 17-16 win over Marcus Whitman. Ryan Lambert, who led Livonia-Avon with 6g-1a, recorded his lone assist on the overtime goal. Livonia-Avon controlled the majority of the first three quarters before the Wildcats fought back in the fourth to take their first lead of the game with 6:01 remaining in regulation.  More on Livonia-Avon/Marcus Whitman

Pittsford scored the game opener and although Fairport forced a single tie, the Panthers never trailed in their 7-6 win over the Red Raiders. Harrison Cross scored the opening goal 1:59 into the first quarter. Ryan Dumont, who led the Panthers with 2g-1a, got his assist on the opening goal. Matt Powers scored the second Panther goal less than two minutes later. The Red Raiders responded with two goals of their own to force the tie. Colin Peers and Klay Stuver scored for Fairport.  More on Pittsford/Fairport

Other winners today were Pal-Mac, Spencerport, HF-L, Newark, Greece, Geneva and Schroeder.

Pittsford at Fairport

Game Results

Report17Spencerport4Eastridge
Report   7Pittsford6Fairport
Report1Gates Chili15Greece Storm
Report11Victor8Penfield
Report13Schroeder1Rush-Henrietta
Report11Newark7Bloomfield-Honeoye
Report16Gananda9Midlakes
Report17Livonia-Avon16Marcus Whitman
Report6Waterloo16Pal-Mac
Report6Aquinas11Irondequoit
Report15HFL6Brockport
Report10Thomas5Canandaigua
Report14Geneva1Mynderse
Report   7Hilton8Brighton

 



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