Friday - Island over ADK 11-2

- Long Island dominated Adirondack in their first game of the day with an LI-ADK11-2 win. The Island topped most aspects of play and showcased their high caliber of athletes and overall skill level.

The first Adirondack goal tied the game at one when Jared Franze caught the ball near the crease and turned and fired his shot for the goal. The second Adirondack goal occurred with 0:34 remaining in the half when Luke Walsh put a hard shot on cage that went in. Long Island held Adirondack scoreless in the second half.

Adirondack played Robert Wordwell in the cage for the entire game and he finished with 5s/11ga. Long Island split goalies at the half; Rob Bellairs played the first half and Ryan Zaremba played the second half. Bellairs finished with 3s/2ga, white Zaremba made 3 saves and kept ADK scoreless.

Long stick defenseman Jack Reilly took a number of face-offs for ADK LI-ADKand finished 7/12. Five of his wins were on technical fouls and his two losses were also on technical fouls.

Ten of Long Island's goals were scored by attackman. Thomas Schreiber, a midfielder, was the lone exception as he scored in the first quarter with an outside shot that found itself between the pipes.

This game included the first (and so far only) stick penalty of the tournament as one of the Long Island players was called with a one-minute non-releasable penalty for a too deep pocket. ADK did not score in man up.

Scoring for Long Island were Galasso (3g), O`Reilly (2g-1a), Palasek (2g), Hodgson (2a), Schreiber (1g-1a), English (1g-1a), Chapman (1g-1a), William Manny (1g), Steve Murphy (1a), Ian Braddish (1a).

Scoring for Adirondack were Franze (1g) and Walsh (1g).

  

 



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