Saturday: Penn Yan over Hamburg in Overtime

- Matt Osgood scored the game winner for Penn Yan in overtime as they defeated Hamburg (Section VI) 11-10. The Thunder beat Newark 11-9 and Pal-Mac was an 11-10 winner over Waterloo. Other winners were Bath, Geneva, Brighton, Rush-Henrietta, Fairport, Irondequoit, Spencerport, Pittsford, Livonia and Brockport. The Thomas-Hilton game was stopped at halftime with Thomas ahead 10-2. It will be finished on May 23rd.



Penn Yan 11 - Hamburg 10  OT 

 --  In a back and forth battle that never saw either team take more than a one goal lead, the Penn Yan Mustangs improved their record to 12-1 with their thrilling overtime victory over Section VI powerhouse, Hamburg this afternoon at Howe Field. Penn Yan struck first as Ty Trombley won the opening face off, passed the ball to Adam Trombley Coach Hobartwho found John Linnan at the top of the crease. Linnan put his shot in the upper right corner of the net for a 1-0 lead. The assist was the first of five for Trombley, currently rankled number two in Section Five assists. The teams traded goals for the next nine plus minutes, and the first quarter ended with the score tied at 4-4. The hard, close play continued into the second quarter as teams once again traded goals with neither team gaining more than a one goal advantage. The half ended with the Mustangs up 6-5 thanks to two clutch saves by Penn Yan goalie, Ethan Kamholtz, with less than 5 seconds on the clock.

Kamholtz turned back seven shots in the first half. Hamburg held a slight edge in first half face offs winning 7 of 12. The second half started with Hamburg receiving a 3 minute non releasable penalty for an illegal stick, but the Bulldogs played excellent man down defense and the Mustangs were unable to score. Throughout the third quarter, the two teams, once again, traded goals with Hamburg winning the quarter 3-2 to force another tie at 8-8 at the end of the third quarter.

The tension began to build as both teams traded goals as time ticked down in the fourth. Penn Yan went up 10-9 with 3:30 left in the game but Hamburg was able to get possession and Bulldog attackman, Matt Springer was able to get free and put a low shot through the legs of Kamholtz at the 1:44 mark of the fourth to knot the game at 10-10.

Hamburg won the ensuing face off and called a timeout. When play resumed, Hamburg ran the clock down to 0:20 seconds and called yet another time out to set up an isolation play for Springer to take the final shot. The play was executed properly, but Kamholtz was able to smother the shot as the horn sounded in regulation.

In the first overtime period, senior Ty Trombley came up big at the "x" for the Mustangs with a win and Coach Hobart immediately called a time out. When play resumed, Linnan held the ball on the restart, passed it to Adam Trombley who found senior attackman Matt Osgood to the right of the net. He took a step to his left upon receiving the ball and fired the game winner over Maxwell's right shoulder. The Mustang bench charged the field in jubilation. It was A great high school lacrosse game between two very well coached teams. Ty Trombley finished the day with 12 of 23 (52%) face offs and Kamholtz turned back 14 Hamburg shots (58% saves). The game will be broadcast on Time Warner Sports channel 26 Sunday night at 7:00 PM.

Scoring for the Mustangs were: Adam Stork (1g-1a), John Linnan (1g-1a), Cole Castle (2g-2a), Adam Trombley (2g-4a), and Matt Osgood (5g-2a).


Brighton 20  - Batavia 5

 --  Led by Conor Stucki (4g-1a), Mark Henrichs (1g-6a) and Mike Asselin (4g), Brighton used eleven different players and a 13-5 halftime score to beat their hosts, Batavia 20-5, in a Monroe County Division-3 game this morning. Max Brauer won 19 of 23 face-offs and long stick midfielder Dan Pierce had 12 ground balls to lead the Barons.

Scoring for Brighton were Conor Stucki (4g-1a), Mike Asselin (4g), CJ Wool (3g-1a), Evan Davis (2g-2a), Matan Cohen (2g), Mark Henrichs (1g-6a), Steven Cregan (1g-2a), Jared Ricks (1g-2a), Brackett Bourne (1g-1a), Dan Pierce (1g-1a) and Max Brauer (2a). Kyle Hohmann had 5s/1ga (30 mins) and Jordan Carey had 2s/4ga (18 mins) for the Barons (9-3).

Scoring for Batavia were Will Mulcahy (2g-1a), Joe Muoio (1g-1a), Joe Pedro (1g), Nick Lazarony (1g), Vin Pedro (1a) and Josh Marr (1a). Theo Hill recorded 17s/19ga (47 mins) and Jacob Bell had 0s/1ga (1 min) for the Blue Devils.


Brockport 15 - East Rochester 2 

updated  --  After a close 3-1 first quarter the Blue Devils added three more for a 6-1 half as Batavia defeated the Bombers by a score of 15-2 at East Rochester this morning.

Scoring for Brockport were Ryan Pratt (4g-3a), Pat Steves (3g-1a), Jake Burns (3g), Trevor Hayward (2g-4a), Matt Lester (1g-1a), Cody Hill (1g-1a), Dan Castaneda (1g), Will Glynn (2a). Dylan White had 4s/2ga (33 mins) and Chris Ioannone made 2s/0ga (15 mins) for Brockport (6-4).



Pal-Mac 11 - Waterloo 10 

 --  Waterloo opened the game with a 3-0 advantage and the two teams went into half time tied at 7-7. Pal-Mac took a 10-7 lead late in the fourth when a series of penalties cost Pal-Mac three goals. Jeff Wadhams scored his third goal of the game with 0:44 left on the clock to even the game at 10-10. Greg Kier won the ensuing face-off and time out was called with 0:33 seconds remaining. Mike DeMar assisted sophomore attackman Edmund Williams with the game winning goal with 0:04 seconds left for the win.

Scoring for Pal-Mac were Edmund Williams (5g), Mike DeMar (1a), Jeff Kier (2g-2a), Greg Kier (3g-1A) and Mike Russell (1g-2a). Coach Joe Hill reports that senior goalie Tim Doyle had 20s/10ga for the Raiders (10-3).

Scoring for Waterloo were Rob Goodenow (2g-1a), Pete Vacca (1g-1a), Jeff Wadhams (3g-4a), Chance Lowry (1g) and Dylan Chilson (3g). Zach Ramirez had 11s/11ga for the Indians.


Irondequoit 14 - Schroeder 6  

updated  --  Irondequoit scored the first three goals and took the first quarter 4-1 on their way to a 14-6 Monroe County crossover game today. Both teams scored a single goal in the second quarter, but the Eagles added six unanswered goals in the third quarter. Schroeder won the face off match with 13 of 23, led by Peter Noto's 8 or 13 and Chris Topping's 4 of 7. Coach Craig Whipple reported that Irondequoit's junior goalie, Tyler Nash had 21 saves for the Eagles (9-3).

Scoring for Irondequoit were Emmy Poccia (1g-2a), Drew Coholan (3g-2a), Nick Doktor (1g-6a), Mike Utz (3g), Erik Kleehammer (1g), Ian Brooks(1g), Greg Coholan (1g), John Padulo (2g) and Jeff Englert (1g).

Scoring for Schroeder were Cody Consul (2g), Tyler Mason (1g-1a), Johnny Murray (1g-1a), Mark Saltrelli (1g) and Brett Farrell (1g). Scott Tota recorded 4s/10ga (39 mins) and Eric Saltrelli had 2s/4ga (9 mins) for the Warriors.


Bath 16 - Midlakes 5 

 --  Bath started with a 6-1 first quarter lead and never looked back as the Ram offense, led by Mark Martuscello, Nick Rossi, Tyler Reed and the passing of Zach Reed (1g 6a) helped the Rams to a 16-5 victory over visiting Midlakes. The Bath man up unit scored on 4 of 6 penalties.

Scoring for Bath were Tyler Reed (4g), Cole Beebe (1a), Nick Rossi (3g-3a), Drew Wager (1g-1a), Brian Gable (1a), Mark Martuscello (5g), Zach Reed (1g-6a), Brent Harrison (1g-1a), and Chris Wolfer (1g). Chris Wolfer made 5s/3ga (36 mins) and Tyler Reed added 4s/2ga (12 mins) for the Rams (6-5).

Scoring for Midlakes were Ben Uveges (2g-2a), Mike Newland (2g), Matt Barilla (1a) and Cory Gray (1g). Tucker Jensen made 14s/16ga for the Eagles.


Fairport 23 - Eastridge 6 

 --  Eighteen players made the scoring book for Fairport as they defeated visiting Eastridge 23-6 in a Monroe County crossover game at Fairport. Senior midfielder Mike Lehmann led the Red Raiders in ground balls with eleven. Lehmann also won 17 of 18 face offs and Kyle Hale added 11 of 14. The Fairport defense limited the Lancers to eighteen shots.

Scoring for Fairport were Chris Button (2g-1a), Brendan Saylor (2g-1a), Martin Manilla (1g-1a), James Manilla (1a), Aaron Jones (1g-2a), Paul Dancy (2g), Connor Lowe (3a), Gary Salamone (1g-1a), Timothy Cook (1g), Ben Herzog (1a), Stephen Danylyshyn (3g-2a), Andrew Hays (2g), Derek DeJoe (1g-2a), Brian Martin (1g-1a), Tim Modesti (1g-1a), Mike Schwab (1g), Kyle Hale (1a), Chris Benza (1g),John Hawk (1g) and Sam Covell (1g). Kyle Hall had 5s/6ga for the Red Raiders (11-1).

Scoring for the Lancers were Riley Austin (2g-2a), Patrick Moynihan (2g), Adam Sisson (1g), Mike Mortillaro (1g), Curtis Scott (1a), Jeremy Wolocki (1a). Jake Czwilinski made 8s/23ga.


Rush-Henrietta 12 - Victor 6 

 --  Rush-Henrietta won the first and third quarters with a scored of 4-1 and won the game, 12-6 when they traveled to Victor for a Monroe County cross over game.

The Royal Comets had ten shots (all on cage) in the first quarter and scored the first of four at 10:30 (Chris Aycock unassisted). They added a second at 9:10 when Brad Sauln received a pass from Mark Mattiacio and a third from Chauncey Scissum (unassisted, who ended the game with (3g-1a). Victor came right back and scored their first goal of the game thirty-eight seconds later when Connor Kimball scored an unassisted goal. The scoring ended with at a goal at 6:16 when Jake Alvarez scored the first of his three goals in the game. The first quarter ended with R-H up 4-1.

The second quarter was a bit more quiet in the scoring department, Victor won the quarter 2-1 with goals by Dale Mattice (assisted by Connor Kimball at 9:53) and junior attackman Vince Pettrone (assisted by Mattice at 8:00). The R-H goal was by Alvarez (assisted by Saul), scored between the two Victor goals. The Royal Comets led at the half 5-3.

Rush took nine more shots in the third quarter, with only one off cage, and four in a row were goals and each one was assisted. The quarter ended with R-H up 9-4.

Although man up for form than four minutes in the last quarter, R-H's three goals were scored in even play. Victor had goals from TJ DiSanto from Pettrone at 2:28 and again at 0:53.

Scoring for Rush-Henrietta were Joe Perkins (2g), Chris Aycock (3g), Jake Alvarez (3g), Chauncey Scissum (3g-1a), Mark Mattiacio (2a), Torry Whitcher (1a) and Brad Sauln (1g-2a). Matt Gladstone started the game and played until 4:10 in the 4th, recording 12s/4ga and Corey Spuck finished the game with 1s/2ga.

Scoring for Victor were Connor Kimball (1g-1a), Dale Mattice (2g-1a), Vince Pettrone (1g-3a) and Brian Gilbert (2g). Kevin Donnelly had 17s/12ga for the Blue Devils.


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Spencerport 17 - Lightning 11  

 --  In a high scoring game, Spencerport ended up the 17-11 winner over host Greece Lightning in a Monroe County Division-3 match this morning. The Rangers took the first quarter 6-2 but the Lightning scored four goals before the half which ended with Spencerport up 8-6. The Rangers continued to score, winning the third quarter 6-4 and the last quarter 3-1.

Scoring for the Greece Lightning were Dustin Lenz Emmi (3g-2a), Robert Kitchen (2g-1a), Kendrick Heintzelman (3g-1a), Brandon Wood (2g), Richard Fischer (1g) and Joe Malovics (2a). Shane Trost made 4s/14ga and Keifer Phillips made 5s/3ga for Greece.


Livonia 16 - Marcus Whitman 1 

 --  On "Senior Day" at Livonia, the Bulldogs started with two unanswered goals in the first quarter and added five more before the half before winning a 16-1 victory over Marcus Whitman this afternoon.

The Bulldog defense, led by Seniors Mike Suess, Brandon Braun , Andrew Keller and Josh Saxton and goalie Justin Becker held the Wildcats to seven shots. Senior midfielder Adam Wingate tallied two goals along with his classmate Matt Girolmo who added (2g-2a).

Scoring for Livonia were Wyatt Struble (1a), Jeff Wester (6g-5a), Mike Donals (2g-1a), Chris Bausch (3g-2a), Matt Girolmo (2g-2a), Adam Wingate (2g) and Charlie Bergen (1g). Justin Becker had 3s/1ga (40 mins) and Ethan Jamison had 0s/0ga (8 mins).

Adam Chapman scored the Marcus Whitman goal assisted by Clay Wilson. Nick Cosmano made 13s/16ga for the Wildcats.


Pittsford - 10 - HFL 2 

 --  It was "senior Day" at Pittsford and the boys brought home a 10-2 win for the fans against HFL in a a Monroe County crossovers game. The Panthers shut out the Cougars for the first three quarters and into the last quarter when HFL scored at 4:20 and again at 1:47.

Pittsford's offense was led by sophomore attackman Alex Kober who score 4g-1a and junior midfielder TJ Iuppa who recorded 4a. The Panthers used three goalies in the win.

Scoring for Pittsford were Thomas Rodenhouse (2g), James Burke (1g), TJ Iuppa (4a), Corey Park (1a), Alex Kober (4g-1a), Matt Gold (2g), James Purpura (2a) and Tim Moulton (1g-1a). Erie Hook had 3s/0ga (24 mins), Harry Goluses had 4s/0ga (17 mins) and Ben Parker finished with 3s/2ga (7 mins) for the Panthers (8-5).

Scoring for HFL were Eric Boike (1a), Clai Kuhn (1g) and Tyler Burgasser (1g). Jay Tallon made 13s/10ga for the Cougars.


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Thomas  - Hilton (Game Suspended)  

 --  The game was postponed at half with the score Thomas 10 and Hilton 2. The game will be completed on May 23rd.


Thunder 11 - Newark 9 

updated  --  The Greece Thunder used a late game surge to capture an 11-9 win in a non-league game at Newark. The Reds started with a 3-1 lead after the first quarter and led at the half 5-3.

The game was stopped in the third as the result of lightning with the Newark up 6-5. After the 30 minute break, The Reds scored a quick goal (at 6:26) to make it 7 to 5. They then scored with 0:56 left to make it 8-6.

In the last quarter, in monsoon-like conditions, the Thunder scored five goals for the win. Thunder attackman Phil Bond stepped up, scoring at 7:54 to tie the game at 9-9, and then scored at 2:38 with a great feed from Danny Vyverberg for the go-ahead goal. Vyverberg put in an insurance goal at 1:03 to seal the game for the Thunder.

Seven players made the scorebook for the Thunder and Scotty Tam, taking face offs for the first time, won 8 out of 14.

Scoring for the Thunder were Phil Bond (3g), Nate Wallenhorst (2g-2a), Danny Vyverberg (2g-1a), Scotty Tam (2g), Tyler Gorgione (1a), Eric Bodine (1a) and Derek Langdon (2g). Steve Cole made 6s/9ga for the Thunder (6-6).

Scoring for Newark were Jack Timerson (2g), Luke Hartman (3g-1a), RJ VanDeMortel (1g-1a) and John Gonzalez (3g-2a). Dominic Camblin had 10s/11ga for the Reds.


Geneva 12 - McQuaid Jesuit 4 

 --  Geneva scored five unanswered goals in the first quarter and led at the half 8-1 on their way to a 12-4 non-league victory over the Knights at McQuaid Jesuit this morning. "We came out early and scored some goals and used some great defense and goalie play to secure the win," commented Coach LJ Russell. Panther junior goalie Ross Dinan had 13 saves.

Scoring for Geneva were Frank Triana (4g-1a), Will Brennan (1g-2a), Dan Pufnock (1g-1a), Mike Warner (1g-1a), Chris Tapscott (2g), Billy Eddington (1g), Gary Parmalee (1g) and Tyler Travis (1g) for Geneva (7-6).

Scoring for McQuaid Jesuit were Chris Barilla (2g), Marty Corcoran (1g) and Nick Wolak (1g). The Knights split goalie time with Pat Sheridan making 6s/9ga and Ethan Matteson making 5s/3ga.