Thursday: 16 Games on the Last Day of April

- It was a busy night for SportsFive as there were 16 games held under mostly rainy skies today in Section Five. Fairport was able to beat Irondequoit 10-6 at home. In close games, R-H beast Eastridge (9-8), the Thunder beat the Lightning (11-10), Midlakes took Mynderse 10-9 in over time, HFL was the 7-6 winner over Gates Chili and Bath was a 12-11 winner over Owego (Section IV). Thomas was the winner of the Webster teams with their 17-7 victory over Schroeder. Other winners included Canandaigua, Pittsford, Penn Yan, Brockport, Geneva, Hilton, Spencerport, Livonia and Aquinas.


Livonia 14 - Bloomfield-Honeoye 8    

  --  Bloomfield-Honeoye scored two goals in each quarter, but it was not enough as they fell to Livonia 14-8 tonight. Coach Brett Wood was complementary in saying, "It was good to get back in the win column against a very hungry and physical H-B team. They came out and played us very tough the whole game and I give their players a lot of credit for their hustle and toughness."

Scoring for Livonia were Mike Donals (6g), Wyatt Struble (1g-1a), Chris Bausch (2g-2a), Jeff Wester (2g-4a), Matt Girolmo (1g-3a), Ryan Smith (1g) and Charlie Bergen (1g). Justin Becker made 3s/8ga for the Bulldogs (7-4).

Scoring for Honeoye-Bloomfield were Luke Blain (1g),Luke Anderson (2g), Zach Hammond (1g-1a), Sean Beaney (1g-1a) and Zach Blain (3g). Freshman goalie Aaron Stevens had 9s/14ga for the Bombdogs.


Aquinas 14 - Brighton 8   

updated  --  Aquinas came out strong in the second half of tonight's game and overcame a three goal deficit to defeat Brighton 14-8. Brighton came out ready to play by playing tough defense and a strong offense. Max Brauer started the scoring when he took the pass from Steven Cregan to make the score 1-0 Brighton. While Steven was working the ball around the goal, Aquinas received a penalty. Brighton took advantage of this and worked the ball around the box. Cregan eventually found Brauer in front of the net for the score. Aquinas evened up the game with a goal by Mike Messina with 8:55 left. Brighton scored the last two goals of the first quarter. Max Brauer scored his second of the night. He was just outside of the crease when the rebound from a shot came right to him. He did not waste anytime picking it up and putting it in the back of the net. Evan Davis scored Brighton's third goal with 2:28 left. After a change, Davis came on the field, took the ball and fired a shot past Kraig Heston of Aquinas. The score was 3-1 Brighton after one quarter.

Brighton started out the second quarter with a goal from Mark Henrichs with 9:28 left. Henrichs scored another goal with 6:55 left. Aquinas took a slashing call while Brighton had possession. Brighton keep it in the box and Henrichs made them pay as he drove hard to the net and scored, 5-1 Brighton. Davis keep the Brighton scoring machine going as he scored on a man up possession with 5:01 left in the half. Austin Gorman of Aquinas worked very hard for his goal with 3:41 left. Gorman worked the ball from behind the goal, went through three Brighton defenders before he was finally able to get the shot off to score. Bernard Gauthier of Aquinas finished the scoring in the half with a man up score with 2:35 left in the half. The score at half time was 6-3 Brighton. aq-bri

Whatever Aquinas head coach Jerry Dawes told his team at halftime seemed to work. Aquinas came out in the second half and totally dominated the rest of the game. Aquinas took the second half face off, drove it down the field and Gorman eventually scored with 11:22 left. Twenty three seconds later Mike Messina added another goal as he took the ball from behind the goal, worked it to the front and rifled it past Kyle Hohmann. Austin Gorman tied the score with a pass from Mike Messina at 9:35. Aquinas took the lead and never looked back with another goal by Messina who took the ball from behind the goal, fought through two Brighton defenders and scored on a bouncing shot taking the score to 7-6 Aquinas. Aquinas added one more goal from Klay Heston to make the score 8-6 Aquinas after three.

There were some scary moments at the start of the Fourth. At 11:38, an Aquinas player was checked hard and had to be transported to the hospital with a possible head injury. Aquinas scored the next six goals. Brighton added two more goals late in the game after Aquinas had two men down on non releasable penalties.

Scoring for Aquinas was Austin Gorman (3g), Cameron Corsaro (3g-2a), Bernard Gauthier (2g-1a), Anthony Bianchi (1g), Mike Messina (3g-1a), and Klay Heston (2g-2a). Kraig Heston had 17 saves for Aquinas (11-1).

Scoring for Brighton were Evan Davis (4g), Max Brauer (2g), CJ Wool (1g-1a), Mark Henrichs (1g) and Steven Cregan 3a. Kyle Hohmann played 46 minutes in the goal and had 17s/14ga and Jordan Carey 2 minutes and had 1s/0ga for Brighton (7-2).



Pittsford 6 - Victor 2  

  --  Pittsford scored their six goals all unanswered in their 6-2 win over Victor. Victor scored both the first and last goals of the game.

Vince Pettrone opened up the scoring for the Blue Devils with a goal in the first quarter assisted by Trevor O'Shea. Steven Troup scored the first of the six Panther goals with 5:21 remaining in the first quarter. The score was tied 1-1 at the end of the first quarter.

Pittsford scored two more goals in the second quarter, both of which were assisted by TJ Iuppa. The first goal was scored by James Burke and the second was scored by James Purpura. Purpura's goal was scored during an extra-man opportunity. Purpura scored with a shot from the left side of the cage; Purpura faked low and finished with a high shot against the goalie Kevin Donnelly. Donnelly played an incredible game finishing with 23 saves (79%). The Blue Devil goalie made a number of point blank saves that kept the game as close as it was. The Panthers led 3-1 at the end of the first half.

Pittsford, like the second quarter, added two more goals. Alex Kober scored the first goal after a take from Victor Donnelly on a clear. Kober's goal was scored on an empty net. Purpura scored the second goal with long stick defenseman Justin McLiverty assisting. The goal was scored on a fast-break with less than 10 seconds remaining in the quarter. The Panthers had increased their lead to 5-1 after three quarters.

In the fourth quarter each team scored one goal. Kober added his second goal of the game at 6:55 for the Panthers with Thomas Rodenhouse assisting. With 2:03 remaining, Pat D'Angelo added the final goal of the game for the Blue Devils.

Scoring for Pittsford were Alex Kober (2g), James Purpura (2g), TJ Iuppa (2a), Steven Troup (1g), James Burke (1g), Justin McLiverty (1a) and Thomas Rodenhouse (1a). In the cage, Alex Howell and Ernie Hook split time for the Panthers; Howell finished with 3 saves (75%) and Hook finished with 2 saves (66%).

Scoring for Victor were Vince Pettrone (1g), Pat D'Angelo (1g) and Trevor O'Shea (1a).


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HFL 7 - Gates Chili 6  

 -- Junior midfielder Jordan Gushue was the key to HFL's success in their win over Gates-Chili 7-6. Gushue won 10/13 face-offs and picked up a team high 9 ground balls. Coach Todd Morgan writes, "His ability to control the possession really helped us come back and win the game."

Gates Chili scored the first goal of the game only 0:53 into game. Brian Eckam scored (assisted by Tyler Webb). Webb finished as the big scorer for the Spartans with 3g-1a. HFL struck back with a goal of their own at 7:44 with Eric Boike scoring unassisted. The score was tied at 1-1 at the end of the first quarter.

Each team scored one goal in the second quarter with Gates-Chili's Grant Ferguson scoring unassisted. With 2:13 remaining in the half, Jason Breau scored off an assist from Boike to keep the game tied at 2-2 for halftime.

In the third quarter, each team scored three goals. Gates-Chili took the two goal lead after Webb added two of his goal at 10:48 and 9:12; the first goal was assisted by Zack Smith, while the latter was unassisted. HFL came back with two of their own with Mickey Allan and Tommy O'Leary scoring for the Cougars. Webb added his third for Gates-Chili with 2:42 remaining and Bryan Gardner added the Cougar goal with 1:43 remaining. After three quarters the score was still tied, 5-5.

Allan struck first for the Cougars with an unassisted goal less than two minutes into the quarter. The final Spartan goal was scored by Ferguson with 9:29 remaining in the game. Clai Kuhn scored the game winning goal with 7:43 remaining off an assist from Allan. Kuhn also scored the game winning goal in overtime against Victor earlier this season.

Scoring for HFL were Mickey Allan (2g-2a), Eric Boike (1g-1a), Clai Kuhn (1g-1a), Jason Breau (1g-1a), Tommy O'Leary (1g) and Bryan Gardner (1g). Jay Tallon played the entire game between the pipes and finished with 14 saves.

Scoring for Gates-Chili were Tyler Webb (3g-1a), Grant Ferguson (2g-1a), Brian Eckam (1g) and Zack Smith (1a). Jason Baetzhold finished with 6 saves for the Spartans.


Canandaigua 20 - Waterloo 3  

 --  Canandaigua wasted no time, scoring the first nineteen goals over the first three quarters while holding Waterloo scoreless and then finished the win with a score of 20-3. Fourteen different Braves made the offensive scorebook and fourteen of their goals were assisted. Head Coach Ed Mulheron was pleased. "The boy's came out and played very well. That was a key as we are heading to number two ranked Hamburg tomorrow."

Scoring for Canandaigua were Deven Alves (2g), Tanner Scharr (2g), Brian Scheetz (2g-2a), Marshall Johnson (2g-1a), Will Johnson (2g), Gannon Osborn (2g), Parker Weeks (1g-1a), Brandon Thomson (3g-2a), Jordan Reals (1g-2a), Adam Knapton (1g-2a), Matt George (1a), Adam Fingar (2a), Sam Post (2g) and John Klein (1a). Nick King played the first quarter made 2 saves and gave up no goals. Anthony DeLeo played 16 minutes made 2 saves and gave up no goals and LaShawn Williams played the final 20 minutes made 2 saves and gave up 3 goals for the Braves (8-2).

Scoring for Waterloo were Pete Vacca (1g), Jeff Wadhams (1g), Chance Lowry (1g) and Dylan Chilson (1a). Zach Ramirez had 10s/20ga in goal for Waterloo.


Fairport 10 - Irondequoit 6  

 --  There was great tension in the air at Fairport at the start of their game against Irondequoit and in the end the Red Raiders were the winners, 10-6. Beyond the rivalry, both teams are near the top of their divisions and Classes at this point and winning this game was for important bragging rights.

The Raiders set the tone with an immediate goal directly from the face off. Scoring just eighteen seconds into the game when junior attackman Brendan Saylor received the ball form the clearing team, ran it behind the goal and made a close cut to the goal for a one-on-one with Irondequoit goalie Tyler Nash.

Irondequoit tied the game at 1-1 with a goal from Drew Coholan at 7:24, when he made a long left sweep and shot a hard side arm shot past Fairport goalie Kris Sterzin. Fairport finished the quarter with two more goals, both by Senior middie Aaron Jones, who ended the day with four goals and an assist. This first was at 5:21 and the second , with only nine second left on the clock was from a clear when he ran right to the goal and scored with a behind the back shot.

Fairport started the second quarter with four goals in row, amassing a 7-1 lead before the Eagles scored their two goals to end the half with the Raiders up 7-3. Brendan Saylor Scored the first three (each unassisted). Their first, at 5:32 came from a sweep from the right. The second, at 4:43 was from a drive from behind the cage during which he dropped back to shoot. He immediately scored this third (at 4:27) on a drive from the back right and scoring as he fell to the ground.

Fairport won a number of critical face offs and leading that effort for the Red Raiders was senior midfielder Mike Lehmann who finished the game with twelve of twenty.

Irondequoit, demonstrated resolve and to their great credit could easily have folded at this point, but junior defenseman Ryan Vella, on clearing the ball found himself undefended and took the ball to the goal for a one-on-one with Sterzin. fpt-ironHis goal, at 2:14 sparked another goal buy Coholan, who drove from the top , faded left and took a heard shot into the top corner. The half ended with Fairport up 7-3, but the momentum belonged to the Eagles.

The Fairport defense helped with key defensive takes at the top of the third quarter, and Fairport took the game to 8-3 with 4:54 left in the quarter with another unassisted goal by Jones. Irondequoit came back with a goal by Coholan to finish the quarter with Fairport up 8-4.

In the last quarter Irondequoit got right back into the contest by scoring the next two goals in row, taking the game to 8-6, but Fairport closed out the game with two of their own.

Fairport was two for three in man up while Irondequoit was zero for three.

In previous years, we could expect to see these two teams play more than one contest, but between league alignments, moving Irondequoit into D-2 and Class alignments putting The Eagles in Class B, this will be the only game for the teams this season. That's too bad, because they play great lacrosse together.

Scoring for Fairport were Brendan Saylor (3g), Aaron Jones (4g-1a), Connor Lowe (1g) and Martin Manilla (2g). Kris Sterzin had 15s/6ga and led the team in ground balls with 7 for the Red Raiders.

Scoring for Irondequoit were Drew Coholan (3g), Ryan Vella (1g),Mike Utz (1g), Ian Brooks (1a), Erik Kleehammer (1) and Emmy Poccia (1g). Tyler Nash had 12s/10ga including 8 in the third quarter for the Eagles (6-3).



Hilton 14 - Churchville-Chili 11  

 --  Hilton defeated Churchville-Chili 14-11, using two stretches of unanswered goals to cement their victory. The first stretch was a set of six goals in the last seven minutes of the first quarter to take a 6-2 lead. The second was a five goal stretch from the last three minutes of the third into the first four minutes of the fourth quarter.

Churchville-Chili scored all of their goals in pairs, with one exception of a set of three at the end of the second and beginning of the third quarters. The Saints scored the first two goals of the game with Zach Yehl and Ryan Yunker scoring unassisted goals. Yehl and Yunker both finished with 4 goals in the game. After the first quarter the Cadets led 6-2.

The Saints came back in the second quarter outscoring Hilton 5-3. Churchville-Chili added the first two goals of the quarter. Brett Endres and Mike Crumlish hooked up for the Hilton goal at 5:32 to keep the three goal lead. Yunker then scored two more unassisted goals for the Saints to bring the game within one goal, 7-6. The Cadets added two more of their own from David Smith (assisted by Matt Fracassi and Steve Bernsten). With 0:12 remaining in the quarter, Zach Yehl scored his second goal of the game and first of three straight unassisted and unanswered goals for Churchville-Chili. The half ended with Hilton up 9-7.

Churchville-Chili, for the third time, scored the first two goals of the quarter with Yehl finishing his three goal set for the Satins and tying the game at 9-9. The Cadet's began their second series of unanswered goals that cemented the win. Bernsten, Fracassi, Crumlish and Kyle Youngman all scored for the Cadets with Crumlish, Fracassi and Mike Barbone assisting. The final two goals of the game were scored by Churchville-Chili's Jon Hemink and Yunker. Hemink's goal was assisted by Yunker and Yunker's goal was assisted by Hemink.

In the cage, Adam DiFulvio finished with 6 saves for the Saints and Ken Stiles finished with 17 saves (61%) for the Cadets.

Scoring for Hilton were Fracassi (4g-2a), Crumlish (2g-3a), Bernsten (1g-4a), Smith (2g), Jimmy Gaffney (1g-1a), Youngman (1G), Frank Turrie (1g), Mike Meeks (1g) and Barbone (1a).

Scoring for Churchville-Chili were Yunker (4g-2a), Yehl (4g-1a), Hemink (1g-1a), Taylor Kolmer (1g) and Alex Pavone (1g).


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Thomas 17 - Schroeder 7  

 --  In the battle of the two Webster High Schools, Webster Thomas came out on top with a 17-7 win over Webster Schroeder. The Titans won three quarters (1st, 2nd and 4th) and tied in one (3rd). The Titans scored 10 of their 17 goals unassisted.

The Titans came out strong, scoring the first three goals, keeping the Warriors scoreless in the first quarter. Schroeder defenseman Mike Blood scored the opening goal of the second quarter during man-up with an assist from Brett Farrell. Thomas scored the next five straight goals to take an 8-1 lead. In the first seven goals, only one player scored two goals; Pat Morrill, Kyle LaVallee, Nick Scalzo, Kenny Tomeno, Kyle Rothfuss each scored one with Jack Hinderland scoring two.

Schroeder's Cody Consul scored the first of his team high four goals with a drive from behind with 3:27 remaining in the second quarter. However, before the end of the quarter, the Titans added two more goals with both Morrill and Hinderland scoring unassisted. The Titans led 10-2 at halftime.

In the third quarter, the teams alternated scoring with Thomas scoring first. Kenny Tomeno scored unassisted at 10:11 and then only 8 second later face-off man Chris Topping scored unassisted. Topping finished the day with 5/18 at the face-off draw. Billy Gurowski assisted the final Thomas goal of the quarter with JT Hauck scoring the goal. The final Schroeder goal of the quarter was scored by Consul (with an assist from Pete Noto).

Gurowski assisted the first two goals of the fourth quarter with Hinderland and John Skovira scoring the goals. John Hart scored the final Thomas goal with 5:23 remaining to bring the game into running time. However, the Warriors scored again with 2:41 remaining to bring the game back into normal time. Chris Mason assisted the goal scored by Noto. Consul scored his fourth and final goal of the game with 0:51 seconds remaining for the Warriors.

Schroeder played two goalies with Eric Saltrelli and Scott Tota each getting time. Tota played the majority of the game and finished with 10 saves. Saltrelli was in the cage for 9 minutes and did not make a save. Thomas had three different goalies playing in the match-up; James O'Neil, Austin Fox and Dan Solimano. O'Neil plead the first half and finished with 3 saves (60%). Fox played the third quarter and part of the fourth and finished with 5 saves (63%) and Solimano finished the game with 2 saves (50%).

Scoring for Thomas were Gurowski (6a), Hinderland (5g), Morrill (3g-1a), Tomeno (2g), Scalzo (2g), Skovira (1g-1a), LaVallee (1g), Hart (1g), Rothfuss (1g) and Hauck (1g).

Scoring for Schroeder were Consul (4g), Noto (1g-1a), Topping (1g), Blood (1g), Farrell (1a) and Mason (1a).


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Thunder 11 - Lightning 10  

 --  The Thunder started out with a quick lead, scoring 11 seconds into the game and ended with a 3-1 lead after one quarter but the Lightning caught up and went into the half leading 7-4. The Thunder kept the Lightning scoreless in the third while scoring three goals themselves.

The real action was all in the last quarter. Both teams went into the fourth quarter tied at 7-7. The Thunder took the first lead, scoring at 11:30 and 10:36 to make it 9 to 7. At 8:44 and 3:54 the Lightning rallied to tie the game at 9-9. Thunder long pole middie Tyler LePore had two key ground balls on the last two of three face offs to get the Thunder the ball. Feeding Wallenhorst, who made a quick pass to Phil Bond at 3:57 put the Thunder up by one goal with 3:37 remaining in the game.

The lightning scored at 2:00 minutes but With 1:23 left in the game Thunder attackman Nate Wallenhorst drove from the side and put in a beautiful side arm shot to win the game. The Lightning had a man up chance at the end of the game, but was unable to score.

Scoring for the Thunder were Mason Rosso (1g), Phil Bond (2g), Tyler Gorgione (1a), Nate Wallenhorst (5g-3a), Gino Prestigiacomo (2g), Danny Vyverberg (1g-1a), Brandon Cheeseman (1a) and Tyler LePore (1a). Steve Cole had 12s/10ga for the Thunder.


Midlakes 10 - Mynderse 9   OT  

updated  --  It was Midlakes in a 10-9 overtime win over visiting Mynderse this afternoon in Finger Lakes D-2 action. Midlakes took this first quarter 5-2 and led at the half 6-3. Penalty trouble cost the Eagles some ball time and that, along with excellent goalie play by Mynderse eighth grade goalie, Tim Trickler kept Midlakes from their offensive sets. Mynderse won the third quarter 4-1 to send the game into overtime.

Scoring for Midlakes were Ben Uveges (2g), Tyler Brooks-Lambert (5g-1a), Nick Judge (3g) and Tom Cheney (2a). Tucker Jensen had 8s/9ga for the Eagles (6-2).

Scoring for Mynderse were Steve Lucchesi (1g), Nick Giovannini (1g), Charlie Barbay (1g-3a), Matt Koopman (2g-1a), Mike Warrick (2g-1a) and Brett Wood (2g). Tim Trickler had 15s/10ga for the Blue Devils.


Brockport 9 - Batavia 4  

 --  Brockport defeated Batavia 9-4. This is the first time that Batavia has held Brockport under double digit scoring in the history of the program.

Batavia was down four starters due to a senior trip, and Brockport took the advantage as they scored the first eight goals of the game spanning the first three quarters. Brockport led 4-0 after the first quarter.

Senior attackman Ryan Pratt led Brockport with three goals in the first quarter (and finished with 5g-1a). The Batavia defense stepped up in the second quarter, holding Brockport scoreless. Batavia's man-down defense held Brockport scoreless on four attempts. Brockport added four more goals to their lead in the third quarter. The opening four goals of the final quarter were all scored by Batavia. Will Mulcahy scored 2g-1a in the final quarter for Batavia.

Scoring for Brockport were Ryan Pratt (5g-1a), Cody Hill (2a), Joe Storms (2g), Lester (1g-1a), Nathan Wall (1a), Jake Burns (1g) and Bryan Johnson (1a). In the cage, Chris Ioannone and Dylan White split time for Brockport; White had 7 saves, with one goal allowed, and Ioannone finished with 1 save.

Scoring for Batavia were Will Mulcahy (2g-1a), Chip Chapman (1g-1a) and Kyle Maniace (1g). In the cage, Theo Hill finished with 14 saves (56%).


Geneva 19 - Marcus Whitman 1  

updated  --  Geneva defeated Marcus Whitman 19-1 tonight. In the cage, Ross Dinan and Billy Craft split time for the Panthers; Dinan finished with 2 saves and Craft finished with 1 save. For Marcus Whitman, finished with saves.

Scoring for Geneva were Billy Eddington (2g-4a), Pat Roll (3g-1a), Frank Triana (2g-2a), Will Brennan (2g-1a), Gary Parmalee (2g), Tyler Travis (1g), Chris Tapscott (1g-1a), Dan Pufnock (1g), Bobby Martin (1g), Chris Pitifer (1g), Zach Koczent (1g), Sam Rollo (1g) and Harrison Hardy (1g).

Scoring for Marcus Whitman was Shawn Allen (1g). Nick Cosmano had 7 saves and 12 goals against in 20 minutes and Bobby Mason had 8 saves 7 goals against in 28 minutes between the pipes for the Wildcats.


Rush-Henrietta 9 - Eastridge 8  

 --  In a close game, it was Rush-Henrietta over visiting Eastridge by a score of 9-8. The teams were tied after the first quarter and R-H led at the half 6-5. The Lancers tied it at 6-6 in the third quarter and then were outscored by the Royal Comets 3-2 in the fourth for the win.

Scoring for Rush-Henrietta were Chris Aycock (2g-1a), Mark Mattiacio (2g-1a), Joe Perkins (2g-2a), Jake Alvarez (2g-1a), Torry Whitcher (1g) and Brad Sauln (1a). Matt Gladstone had 7s/8ga for the Royal Comets.

Scoring for the Lancers were Trevor Horne (4g-2a), Patrick Moynihan (1g-1a), Adam Sisson (1g), Mike Mortillaro (1g), Jeremy Wolocki (1g). Jake Czwilinski made 6 saves allowing 9 goals.


Bath 12 - Owego 11  

 --  Bath overcame a two goal deficit three times during the game to beat Owego Free Academy (Section IV) 12-11. The Rams were down 11-9 in the fourth quarter when sophomore Nick Rossi scored the last three goals to seal the win for Bath.

The winning goal was scored with 2:09 remaining in the game. Bath's defensive unit of Brent Harrison, Tim Wolfer, Trevor Land and LSM Tyler Hutcheson played a strong game for the Rams. Coach Ken DiDomineck speaking of the defensive unit said, "They did an excellent job of clearing and controlling the ground balls on the defensive side of the ball." The Rams had a team high 52 ground balls for the game.

In the cage, goalies Chris Wolfer and Tyler Reed both played time for the Rams; Wolfer finished with 6 saves and Reed with 3 saves. Bath assisted on 10 of their 12 goals.

Scoring for Bath were Nick Rossi (6g-2a), Zach Reed (4g-3a), Tyler Reed (3a), Cole Beebe (2g) and Mark Martuscello (2a).

Scoring for Owego were Byron Worthing (5g), Zach Lessler (2g-4a), Joe Terenz (1g), Ryan Bullock (1g-2a), Parker Evans (1g-2a), Harry Bean (1g) and Stanley Gogg (1a). In the cage, Dan Baileys finished with 8 saves for the Indians.


Penn Yan 20 - Newark 1  

 --  Penn Yan defeated Newark 20-1 in a Finger Lakes Division 1 league contest.  The Mustangs played a large number of underclassman including freshman goalie Cody Richardson in the cage for three quarters.  Richardson finished with 7 saves.

Goalie Ethan Kamholtz played the first quarter but did not face a single shot from the Reds.  The Mustang defense continued strong play, including stopping four man-up situations for Newark.  Ty Trombley finished 11/15 at the face-off with a team high 7 ground balls.  Brendan Minor, Tim Dyer, John Linnan and Danny Guererri each picked up 5 ground balls for the Mustangs.

Scoring for Penn Yan were Cole Castle (2g), Adam Stork (2g-2a), Anthony Luppino (2g-1a), Adam Trombley (2g-3a), Linnan (2a), Matt Osgood (5g-2a), Preston Maciejewski (1g), Tim Yetter (1g), Baird Wilber (1g), Jamil Modafarri (2g), Ryan Kerrick (1g) and Andy Button (1g).

Scoring for Newark were John Gonzalez (1g) and Jack Timerson (1a). In the cage, Dominic Camblin finished with 14 saves for the Reds and Nate Gardner finished with 1 save.


Spencerport 17 - East Rochester 7  

 --  Spencerport took a 5-2 lead after the first quarter and led at the half 7-4, but a six goal production in the third quarter help them win a 17-7 win over visiting East Rochester in MC-3 action today.

Scoring for East Rochester were John Reiss (3g), Nick Reiss (1g), Jordan Michele (2a), Clayton Vaughn (2g) and Torin Hudson (1g). Freshman goalie Liridon Dervisholli had 12/17ga for the Bombers.