Schroeder over Hilton

- Saturday: DAY IN REVIEW: With the end of the regular season less than a week away, thirteen games were played today. Among the close ones were Irondequoit over Spencerport, Thomas over Baldwinsville, Gates Chili over the Pride, Schroeder over Hilton and Penn Yan over St. Joseph.

Penn Yan (8-4) knocked off St. Joseph Collegiate (12-3) with a 5-4 score. Colton Smith (2g) scored game winner on a feed from Conner Fingar (1g-1a) while Jeff Kinyoun made 7 saves (64%) for the Mustangs.

Spencerport at IrondequoitEastridge pulled away in the fourth quarter to defeat Livonia-Avon 16-12. The game stayed extremely close for three quarters before Eastridge scored five unanswered goals to start the final quarter. During the first three quarters, the game was tied at every step from 3-3 to 10-10. The Lakers were led in scoring by Junior Ryan Lambert with 9g. Lambert’s game total was the highest point total for any Laker this season. For the Lancers, Justyn Hiscock led in scoring with 4g-2a. He currently leads Eastridge in goals with 19 and points with 27. Brandon Lappetito added another 5g.

Irondequoit fought back from a 4-8 deficit to defeat Spencerport 15-12. The Eagles turned the game around in the late second and early third quarters. They scored 7 out of 8 straight goals to go from trailing by four to leading by two. In the scoring run, Jack Brennan added 3 and Phil Barilla added 2. As the fourth quarter progressed, the Rangers attempted to keep the game close, but could not force another tie. With 6:11 remaining Mark Schnauber scored the final goal for Spencerport to pull within one (13-12). Irondequoit scored the final two goals to pull away.

Brennan was the big scorer for the Eagles with 7g. For Spencerport, Jonathan Agness (2g-3a) and Mark Schnauber (1g-4a) led in scoring. Owen VanWie added another 4g and finished 14/23 at the faceoff draw with a team leading 11 groundballs.

Aquinas at BrightonSchroeder scored the first goal of the game and never trailed in their 8-6 win over Hilton. Although, the Cadets tied the game twice at 1-1 and 2-2, they couldn’t force a tie late in the game. Coming into the final quarter, Schroeder led 5-3. Justin Mosher scored the first goal of the quarter to put Hilton within one (5-4). The Warriors responded with three unanswered goals from Erik Jakobsze, Collin Griffin and Hunter Olsen. Hilton scored the final two goals in the last couple minutes, but it was not enough.

Junior Brenden Howell led in scoring with 3a for the Cadets. Tyler Carpenter recorded three takes and goalie Jacob Kelsey led in groundballs with six. For Schroeder, Olsen led with 4g and Griffin added 1g-2a. Warrior defenseman Erik Jakobsze led takes with 3.

Gates Chili’s Connor Hamilton scored the first goal of the game with a feed from Kyle Krystan 2:48 into the contest to give the Spartans the early lead. They continued with the pressure and defeated Bloomfield-Honeoye 9-6. Two minutes later, Max Willix scored the first goal for the Pride to force the only tie of the game at 1-1. The first quarter ended at 1-1. The second quarter started the same as the first with Hamilton and Krystan hooking up for the second Spartan goal. Just over a minute later, Krystan scored his first goal of the night. The Spartans kept up the slow grind and increased their lead for the remainder of the game.

Krystan led in scoring for Gates Chili with 2g-3a. LSM face-off man Daniel Spychala finished just under 50% with 5/11 and 5 groundballs. Midfielder Nicholas Croker led in groundballs with nine. For the Pride, Alex Roach (1g-2a) led in offensive scoring. Owen Saxby finished with 11 recorded ground balls and was 53% between the pipes (10 saves).

Also winning today were McQuaid, Thomas, Midlakes, Pittsford and Victor.

Pride at Gates Chili

Game Results

Report   5Aquinas20Brighton
Report   6Bloomfield-Honeoye9Gates Chili
Report4St. Joseph5Penn Yan
Report8St. Francis16McQuaid Jesuit
Report   12Spencerport15Irondequoit
Report4Orchard Park12Pittsford
Report3Waterloo17Chenango Forks