Tuesday: CA, AQ and R-H all Winners in Overtime.


Canandaigua beat Penn Yan 12-11, Aquinas beat Livonia 9-8 and Rush-Henrietta beat Churchville-Chili 9-8 and each game was won in overtime. The others winning games today were Penfield, Geneva, Thunder, Batavia, Thomas, Irondequoit, Schroeder, Brockport, Mynderse, Hilton, Bloomfield-Honeoye, McQuaid Jesuit and Brighton.


Canandaigua 12 - Penn Yan 11   OT 

special  --  SportsFive called this the "Game of the Week", and it truly was, as it took overtime for Canandaigua to beat Penn Yan 12-11 before the Mustang home crowd. The stands were full and the fence on the bench side was packed for what one fan said was the biggest lacrosse crowd at Penn Yan in many years.

ca-pyAlthough Canandaigua crushed the Mustangs in the first game, Penn Yan was a different team tonight. One of the keys was the face off work of Ty Trombley, who was 12 for 25 this time, including 7 of 10 in the fourth quarter which gave Penn Yan much more offensive ball time than was seen in the first game.

Canandaigua started off the scoring with the first two goals of the game. Tom LaCrosse shot low and outside for his unassisted goal against Ethan Kamholtz. Marshall Johnson won his own face off and took it straight to the cage to score the second goal just seven seconds later. Coach Brian Hobart's game plan included taking time off the clock on each set, so the Mustangs routinely passed the ball around the cage a couple of times before setting up their play. In the first half, this resulted in few shots on CA goalie, Nick King. The Mustangs lost control of the ball numerous times in the first half, which frustrated both players and coaches. This problem was solved over the course of the game, much to the credit of Coaches Hobart and Queener, who spent a great deal of the game, reassuring and calming the players.

ca-pyAt the start of the second quarter, Canandaigua was up 2-0 when, at 11:18, Anthony Luppino scored on a pass from Adam Stork. While Stork circled the crease, Luppino cut to the front for the score. Transition was the name of the game for the next seven minutes as the ball went to each offensive end, only to be lost or a shot to be saved. Canandaigua took the score to 3-1 when Brian Scheetz bounced the ball in the cage at 3:45 but Penn Yan came back fifteen seconds later when John Linnan picked up a ground ball at the face and gave it to Adam Trombley who scored from the top of the box. Johnson won the next face off and took it right the the goal, where Kamholtz made a fantastic one-one-one save and moved the ball back up field.

After moving the ball around the circle offense a couple of times, Adam Trombley took the ball from Stork and drove from the front center, throwing a hard shots while on the run and taking the score to a tie (at 3-3). Canandaigua scored with 1:35 left in the half when Deven Alves took an interior feed from Brian Scheetz, who pass started out as a shot. The Mustangs received a thirty second penalty and the man down successfully defended, but shortly thereafter, Scheetz found Tom LaCrosse for the last goal of the half, giving Canandaigua a 5-3 lead.

Although Penn Yan was certainly in the game in the first half, there were always playing from behind, but returned for the second half with an unusual amount of enthusiasm and determination. Brendan Minor scored on a fast break from a Mustang clear and a feed from senior defenseman Tim Dyer to take them to within one goal. The ca-pyBraves came right back however less than two minutes later when Tanner Scharr made a tight drive from behind the goal and popped it in the net, giving CA a 6-4 lead. Penn Yan took its turn, scoring at 4:43 on a cross-crease feed from Preston Maciejewski to Matt Osgood, making it a one goal game again. Johnson gave the ball to Bryan Peck who scored the final goal of the third quarter which ended with CA up 7-5.

Penn Yan started with possession at the top of the last quarter and made the most of it, scoring at 11:37 when Adam Trombley ran a sweep right from above the top of the box and scored (unassisted) to take the game to 7-6. Once again, Canandaigua responded, this time when Tanner Scharr picked up a loose ball in a very busy scrum and scored on an outside shot at 9:59. Forty-four seconds later, John Linnan scored on an outside shot with an assist by Preston Maciejewski to take the game to 8-7. Once again, Canandaigua responded, this time less than a minute later, as Johnson beat his defender outside and popped the ball just inside the pipe to give the Braves a 8-7 lead. On the next face off, Penn Yan returned when Ty Trombley picked up his own face and ran to the goal, scoring his unassisted goal and taking the Mustangs back to a one goal game.

At the seven minute mark, Penn Yan finally forced the tie at 9-9. Trombley scored on an unassisted bounce shot but the tie lasted less than two minutes when Gannon Osborn took a inside feed from Johnson to send the score to 10-9 for CA. Trombley tied the game again, this time with a pass from Matt Osgood, when he ran from the box during an exchange and was not picked up by the Canandaigua defense. Several minutes later, Penn Yan was assessed a penalty and the Braves capitalized when Tanner Scharr picked up the loose ball on the crease and ca-pyscored with 3:40 left in regulation and CA up 11-10. Osgood made it a 11-11 tie with 2:50 left in the game when he scored on a pass from Cole Castle.

Canandaigua won the next possession and took considerable time off the clock before losing the ball before they could take a shot. Penn Yan moved the ball up field, and Coach Hobart called for a time-out with 37 seconds left in the game. His players lost the ball before they could get a shot and the game was sent into overtime.

Canandaigua had the first offensive set in overtime and Ethan Kamholtz, who had 14 saves in the game made a big save early in the period. Penn Yan lost the ball on their clear and was hit with a thirty second pushing call, but the man down defense kept the ball away from the goalie. Thirty seconds after the penalty expired, Deven Alves received the ball on a crossing feed from from Marshall Johnson and scored the game winner with 1:29 left in the period.

Scoring for Canandaigua were Deven Alves (3g), Tanner Scharr (2g), Brian Scheetz (1g-2a), Marshall Johnson (2g-3a), Tom LaCrosse (2g), Gannon Osborn (1g) and Bryan Peck (1g). Nick King had 8s/11ga for the Braves (11-2).

Scoring for Penn Yan were: Cole Castle (1a), Matt Osgood (2g-1a), Adam Trombley (5g), John Linnan (1g-1a), Adam Stork (2a), Anthony Luppino (1g), Preston Maciejewski (2a), Ty Trombley (1g), Brendan Minor (1g), and Timmy Dyer (1a). Ethan Kamholtz was 14s/12ga in the cage for the mustangs (12-2).


Aquinas 9  - Livonia 8   OT

 --  Mike Messina scored the game winning goal 0:46 into the first overtime period to lead Aquinas to a 9-8 win over Livonia in GRALL action tonight. Aquinas led 3-1 after the first and 5-4 after the second quarter. In the third quarter, Livonia tied the game at 7-7 and the final regulation score was 8-8.

Coach Brett Wood writes, "This was a great game to watch and was back and forth all day." With 0:56 remaining in the game, Aquinas was called for an unnecessary roughness call for one minute. Livonia had two more attempts at the cage, but Kraig Heston stopped both shots one-on-one. With time expiring, no one was able to maintain possession. Aquinas won the overtime face-off and ran out the last four seconds of their penalty. Then Aquinas called a time out after which Messina took the ball for the game winner.

In the cage, Heston had 17 saves (68%) for Aquinas. For Livonia, Justin Becker had 13 saves.

Scoring for Aquinas were Austin Gorman (1g-1a), Cam Corsaro (1g), Anthony Bianchi (2g), Klay Heston (2g-1a), Mike Messina (3g-1a) and one team goal.

Scoring for Livonia were Mike Donals (2g-1a), Jeff Wester (3g-4a), Matt Girolmo (2g-2a) and Ryan Smith (1g).



Rush-Henrietta 9 - Churchville 8    OT 

special  --  Rush-Henrietta's Joe Perkins scored the game winning goal just 0:17 into overtime with a hard side-arm shot as he came around the right side of the goal on a drive to defeat Churchville-Chili 9-8.

The scoring was back and forth with neither team having more than a two goal lead at any point in the game. The Saints scored the opening goal with Jon Hemink driving from behind the cage. Hemink finished with 2g-2a for Churchville-Chili. RH's Chris Aycock scored the first goal for the Royal Comets. Aycock led the charge for RH with 3g-1a. Hemink came back and passed the ball to Alex Pavone for the third goal of the game, to give Churchville-Chili a one goal lead. The Saints finished the first quarter leading 2-1.

Churchville-Chili added the first goal of the second quarter with Ryan Yunker scoring unassisted. Yunker led in scoring for the Saints with 3g-2a. RH came off the next face-off and scored from a fast-break. Brad Sauln won the face-off and took the ball straight into the center of the field and put the ball in the back of the net. Sauln finished the game 11 of 19 at the face-off (6 of 7 in the first half); four out of eight losses for Sauln were on technical losses. Aycock added his second of the game during an extra-man opportunity for the Royal Comets (assist from Jake Alvarez). Man-up was a key part of today's game. The Royal Comets scored on 2 of 5, while the Saints scored on all four man-up opportunities they were given. The score was tied 3-3 at halftime.

In the third quarter, RH took a stand and outscored the Saints 4-2. RH scored the first goal with another unassisted, man-up goal from Aycock. Only 26 seconds later, and also during a man-up attempt, Churchville-Chili scored to keep the game tied. Yunker scored with an assist from Keith Preston. RH scored the next two goals to take their first two goal lead of the game. Mark Mattiacio and Torry Whitcher scored for the Royal Comets (with Perkins assisting the latter goal). The ensuing Churchville-Chili goal was scored when Yunker hit Alex Pavone as he cut from the upper right corner, towards the goal. The final RH goal of the third quarter was scored by Mattiacio with 0:06 remaining. Mattiacio scored with a side-arm shot after driving from behind the cage. RH led 7-5 after three quarters.

Churchville-Chili came back in the fourth and outscored the Royal Comets 3-1 with two of their goals scored during extra-man situations. Hemink and Yunker hooked up for the next goal, the only time the two scored together in today's game. Both were on the right side and Yunker passed the ball up to Hemink during a circle offense on a man-up play. RH scored their final goal of the quarter with 6:12 remaining Aycock passed the ball to Chauncey Scissum for the goal. Churchville-Chili scored the last two goals of regular time with Yunker and Pavone both scoring (assists from Taylor Kolmer and Hemink). The first goal was scored on a slow face-off break. Hemink, took the face-off and picked up the ground ball in the defensive area. He pushed the ball up to Kolmer, who found Yunker open in front of the cage. The final Churchville-Chili goal was scored during man-up. After 48 minutes, the score was tied 8-8.

Sauln took the face-off for RH and won, after picking up his own ground ball. The ball was worked around behind the cage and Perkins was given the go ahead from the coaches. Perkins drove to the right side of the cage; as he made his way around to GLE he was checked and began to fall. However, he still had the presence of mind to get the shot off and the ball went into the goal, stick side high against goalie Adam DiFulvio.

Both goalies had an exceptional game and made the game as close as it was. Matt Gladstone, of RH, finished with 13 saves (62%). DiFulvio finished with 15 saves (63%).

Zach Yehl finished 6/11 at the face-off for Churchville-Chili. DiFulvio (6), Nick Bruno (5) and Hemink (5) led in ground balls for Churchville-Chili. Sauln led in ground balls with 9 for the Royal Comets; Mattiacio, Aycock, Perkins and Alvarez each had four ground balls for RH.

Scoring for RH were Aycock (3g-1a), Mattiacio (2g), Perkins (1g-1a), Whitcher (1g), Scissum (1g), Sauln (1g) and Alvarez (1a).

Scoring for Churchville-Chili were Yunker (3g-2a), Hemink (2g-2a), Pavone (3g), Kolmer (1a) and Preston (1a).

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Penfield 17 - Eastridge 5 

updated  --  Penfield defeated Eastridge 17-5 today.

Scoring for Eastridge were Curtis Scott (1g), Matt Doeller (1g), Trevor Horne (1a), Adam Sisson (2a), Kevin Stapleton (1g) and Mike Mortillaro (2g). Jake Czwilinski finished the game with 11 saves.

Tucker Nelson (5g-3a), Kyle VanThof (2g-6a), Alex Miles (4g), Dan O`Brien (2g), Kevin Westcott (1g-1a), James Dwyer (2a), Mike Malloy (1g), Chandler Hoffman (1g) and Dan Villa (1g). Brady DelPozzo played 3 quarters in goal had 4 s/3ga and Jamie Solomon played the 4th quarter and had 2s/2ga for Penfield.


Brighton 12 - East Rochester 5  

 --  Brighton lead 5-0 after one quarter and increased their lead to 8-1 at halftime. The second half saw many missed opportunities for both teams with Brighton winning the third quarter 2-1 and led 10-2 after three quarters. The Bombers outscored Brighton 3-2 in the fourth quarter. Final score was 12-5 in favor of the Barons. Long stick midfielder Dan Pierce led the Barons with 8 ground balls and Conor Stucki added six.

Scoring for Brighton were CJ Wool (3g-2a), Evan Davis (3g-1a), Brackett Bourne (3g), Mark Henrichs (2g-2a), Max Brauer (1g) and won 14 of 17 face offs and Conor Stucki (1a). Kyle Hohmann had 1s/0ga (18 mins) and Jordan Carey had 6s/5ga (30 mins) for the Barons (10-3).


Hilton 10 - Victor 4 

updated  --  Hilton defeated Victor 10-4.

Scoring for Hilton were Kyle Youngman (2g-1a), David Smith (2g), Jimmy Gaffney (3g-1a), Steve Bernston (1g), Matt Fracassi (1g-2a) and Mike Meeks (1g). Ken Stiles and Jareth Wischmeyer each played in the cage; Stiles finished with 6 saves and Wischmeyer finished with 1 save.

Scoring for Victor were Trevor O`Shea (3g), Vince Pettrone (2a), Dale Mattice (2a) and Brian Gilbert (1g). Kevin Donnelly had 21s/10ga for the Blue Devils.

Schroeder 15 - HFL 4 

updated  --  Schroeder scored the first five goals, 10 of the first 11 goals and 15 of the first 17 goals. The Warriors led 15-2 with 4:07 remaining in the third quarter. HFL scored the lone goal of the fourth quarter.

HFL's Eric Boike scored during man-up in the fourth quarter with an assist from Clai Kuhn. The final goal of the game was scored by Bryan Gardner.

The Warriors had nine players make the scorebook with eight players scoring goals. 20 different Warriors picked up a ground ball during today's contest. Chris Topping, Brett Farrell and Ryan Martin led the charge in ground balls for the Warriors. Jim Burgasser and Tyler Burgasser led in ground balls for HFL.

At the face-off, Pete Noto (Warriors) was 5/7. In the cage, Scott Tota and Eric Saltrelli split halves for the Warriors. Tota finished with 3 saves and Saltrelli finished with 6 saves. For HFL, Jay Tallon finished with 3 saves.

Scoring for Schroeder were Cody Consul (5g-1a), Brett Farrell (2g-1a), Pete Noto (2g), Chad Willmes (2g), Chris Mason (1g-1a), Johnny Murray (1g-1a), Vin Barilla (1g), Chris Topping (1g) and Jake Spadoni (1a).

Scoring for HFL were Jeff Roth (1g-1a), Mickey Allan (1g ), Eric Boike (1g), Bryan Gardner (1g), Jason Breau (1a) and Clai Kuhn (1a). Jay Tallon recorded 3s/15ga for the Cougars.

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Geneva 17 - Waterloo 0 

 --  Geneva defeated Waterloo 17-0 this afternoon. The score was 4-0 after the first and 13-0 after the first half. Geneva scored two goals in both the third and fourth quarters. Zach Koczent won 11/14 face-offs in the first half. Ross Dinan and Billy Craft combined for the shut out; Dinan finished with 2 saves and Craft finished with 4 saves. Zach Ramirez, or Waterloo, finished with 15 saves for the Indians.

Scoring for Geneva were Patrick Roll (3g-5a), Chris Tapscott (4g-3a), Will Brennan (3g-1a), Sam Rollo (2g-1a), Frank Triana (1g-1a), Zach Koczent (1g), Gary Parmalee (1g), Jeff Springmeier (1g) and Mike Warner (1g).


Thunder 12 - Spencerport 11  

updated  -- With their fourth straight win, Greece Athena/Odyssey defeated Spencerport 12-11. This is the first time in program history that Greece has won four straight games.

Spencerport led 2-1 after the first quarter and 7-6 at halftime. As has been the case in the last couple Greece games, the Thunder stepped up in third quarter. Greece scored four unanswered goals in the third quarter. Nate Wallenhorst scored the first two goals for Thunder in the third quarter. The first was scored at 8:36 with an assist from Tyler Gorgione. The second goal, at 5:25, was scored unassisted. Danny Vyverberg added the third goal at 3:21 and Derek Langdon added the final goal of the third quarter during a man-up situation (assist from Wallenhorst). The score was 10-7 after three quarters.

Spencerport came back, scoring the first three goals of the final quarter to tie the game at 10-10 (at 10:10, 8:48 and 4:47). With 3:39 remaining in the game, Gorgione brought the ball down in transition and fed Vyverberg on the crease. The final Thunder goal of the game was scored by Phil Bond with 2:07 remaining in the fourth. Gorgione picked up the loose ball after a bad pass and found Bond for the assist. Spencerport scored one more goal (at 1:31) but it wasn't enough. The Rangers had two more additional opportunities to score, however, Steve Cole stepped up with two big saves to keep the one goal lead. Cole finished the game with 13 saves (54%).

Scoring for Thunder were Phil Bond (2g), Nate Wallenhorst (2g-2a), Danny Vyverberg (3g-1a), Tyler Gorgione (1g-3a), Eric Bodine (2g), Derek Langdon (1g) and Tyler LePore (1g).

Scoring for Spencerport were Nick Fisher (2a), Austin Hintz (2g-1a), Kyle Mark (7g), Kristian Barbato (1g-1a), Sean DeMers (1g-1a), Rocky Gruttadaria (1a). Tyler Schweikert had 11s/12ga for the Rangers.


Bloomfield-Honeoye 13  - Midlakes 12

 --  In their first night game of the year, Bloomfield-Honeoye defeated Midlakes 13-12.

Midlakes jumped out to an early 6-2 lead in the second quarter, before Bloomfield added two quick goals to bring the score to 6-4. In the last 1:16, however, the Eagles scored two more goals to bring the halftime score to 8-4 Midlakes.

In the third quarter, the BHers scored the first three goals to bring the game within one goal. The Eagles then answered with three goals of their own to maintain the 11-7 lead going into the final quarter.

Sean Beaney scored the opening goal of the fourth quarter. Midlakes' Cory Gray scored his second goal of the game to bring the score to 12-8 midlakes. In the next four minutes, Beaney scored two goals and had one assist to bring the score to 12-11. With 3:56 remaining, Zack Stevens scored his first goal of the game to tied to score at 12-12. Then, only 54 seconds later, Stevens scored his second goal of the game to give the Bombdogs their first lead of the game. The BHers held off a two man down situation with 2:41 remaining to hold on to the lead.

In the cage, junior goalie Jay Nichols finished with 11 saves for Bloomfield-Honeoye. Sophomore Tucker Jensen finished with 10 saves for the Eagles

Scoring for Bloomfield-Honeoye were Sean Beaney (4g-2a), Zach Hammond (3g-1a), Zack Stevens (2g-1a), Luke Anderson (1g-1a), Luke Blain (1g), Pat Marble (1g) and Zach Blain (1g).

Scoring for Midlakes were Nick Judge (4g), Tyler Brooks-Lambert (3g-1a), Ben Uveges (1g-3a), Mike Newland (2g) and Cory Gray (2g).


Brockport 11 - Lightning 4 

 --  Brockport held Greece Lightning to only one goal in each of the quarters in their 11-4 victory.

Scoring for Brockport were Matt Lester (2g-3a), Ryan Pratt (4g-3a), Jake Burns (1g-1a), Pat Steves (1g), Bryan Johnson (2g-1a), Trevor Hayward (1g-1a) and Cody Hill (1a). In the cage, Dylan White finished with 14 saves for the Blue Devils.

Scoring for Greece Lightning were Dustin Lenz Emmi (1g), Kendrick Heintzelman (1g-1a), Brandon Wood (2g) and Robert Kitchen (1a). In the cage, both Keifer Phillips and Shane Trost played for Greece; Phillips finished with 10 saves (50%) and Trost finished with 2 saves (66%).


McQuaid Jesuit 6 - Bath - 2 

 --  McQuaid Jesuit played a very patient game, and defeated GRALL rival 6-2. McQuaid Jesuit scored two goals in the first and fourth quarters with one goal in the second and third quarters. Bath scored their goals in the second and fourth.

At the end of the first quarter, Chris Wolfer (who finished with 7 saves) was injured and out for the rest of the game. Back-up goalie Tyler Reed finished the game and recorded 11 saves. McQuaid Jesuit took over in the second half and won the ground ball war. Eric Wright and defenseman Tim Caton cemented the win for the Knights with their two goals in the middle of the fourth quarter.

Scoring for McQuaid Jesuit were Chris Barilla (1g-2a), James Sturnick (1g), Alex Pochodylo (1g), Eric Wright (2g), Bobby Stuver (1a) and Time Caton (1g). Ethan Matteson played the entire game for McQuaid Jesuit finishing with 4 saves (66%).

Scoring for Bath were Andy Nesbitt (1g), Cole Beebe (1g) and Zach Reed (1a).



Batavia 12 - Newark 8 

 --  Batavia defeated Newark 12-8 this afternoon. Batavia won three out of four quarters. The Blue Devils won both the first and second quarters 3-1 and the third quarter 3-2. The Reds won the fourth quarter 4-3.

Joe Pedro and Joe Muoio each scored two goals in the first half. In the goal for Batavia, Theo Hill finished with 11 saves (61%). Anthony Siedlecki played for one minute and allowed one goal. In the cage for Newark, Dominic Camblin finished with 12 saves (50%) for the Reds.

Scoring for Batavia were Joe Muoio (3g-2a), Will Mulcahy (2g-2a), Joe Pedro (2g), Kyle Maniace (2g), Chip Chapman (2g) and Josh Marr (1g).

Scoring for Newark were Luke Hartman (5g), Jack Timerson (3a), RJ VanDeMortel (1g-1a), Cody Skinner (2g) and John Gonzalez (1a).


Thomas 10 - Pittsford 6 

 --  Pittsford came out early with a 2-1 lead over Webster Thomas, however, in the end the Titans won 10-6. In the second quarter, Thomas scored four unanswered goals to take the 5-2 lead. Each team scored 2 goals in the third quarter and Thomas won the fourth quarter 3-2.

Thomas was 11 of 19 at the face-off. Pittsford won the ground ball battle 26-17. Thomas took more shots, 35-31. In the cage, Austin Fox played the entire games for the Titans and finished with 16 saves (73%). Alex Howell finished with 11 saves (52%) for the Panthers.

Scoring for Thomas were Kyle Rothfuss (3g), Jack Hinderland (1g-2a), Nick Scalzo (2g), Billy Gurowski (2g), Pat Morrill (1g), Zach Crawford (1g), Brad Hutton (1a), Kenny Tomeno (1a), JT Hauck (1a), Kyle LaVallee (1a) and John Hart (1a).

Scoring for Pittsford were TJ Iuppa (2g-2a), Thomas Rodenhouse (1g-1a), James Burke (1g), Tim Moulton (1g), James Purpura (1g), Alex Kober (1a) and Matt Gold (1a).


Irondequoit 14 - Gates Chili 2 

 --  Irondequoit defeated Gates-Chili 14-2. The Eagles held the Spartans scoreless for the first two quarters, leading 6-0 at halftime. The Spartans scored one goal in each the third and fourth quarters.

Scoring for Irondequoit were Drew Coholan (3g-2a), Greg Coholan (2g-1a), Ian Brooks (1a), Nick Doktor (2g-1a), Emmi Poccia (3g-1a), John Padulo (1a), Erik Kleehammer (1g-3a), David Shields (1g-1a), Dave Micheli (1g) and Justin Buonomo (1g). Tyler Nash finished with 14 saves and William Martin finished with 2 saves.

Scoring for Gates Chili were Tyler Webb (2g) and Grant Ferguson (1a). In the cage, Jason Baetzhold had six saves for the Spartans.


Mynderse 14 - Marcus Whitman 7 

updated  -- Mynderse Academy defeated Marcus Whitman 14-7. Tim Trickler, Mynderse, finished the game with 6 saves for the Blue Devils. Nick Cosmano finished with 15 saves for the Wildcats.

Coach Bruce Teague of Marcus Whitman writes, "The team kept playing as a whole and never quit tonight. . .Nick played a great game in goal, and our defense has really pick up their play in the last couple games."

Scoring for Mynderse were Matt Koopman (4g-2a), Mike Warrick (1g-1a), Nick Giovannini (3g-1a), Charlie Barbay (2g-2a), Steve Lucchesi (2a), Jerry Jones (1g), Andrew Giannino (1a), Jesse Janas (2g) and Brett Wood (1g).

Scoring for Marcus Whitman were Shawn Allan (3g), Perry Mortenson (1g), Tyler Stell (1g), Mark Personale (1a), Jordan Hathorn (2g), Brendan Personale (1a) and Tyler Hurlbutt (1a).