Thursday: Last Big Night of Games in Regular Season

- Thomas won a contest of heavyweights with a 18-6 victory over visiting Irondequoit. Rush-Henrietta was a 13-11 winner over Gates Chili and HFL won their game 11-10 over Eastridge. Other winners on the last big night of games were Fairport, Brighton, Canandaigua, Brockport, Penn Yan, Batavia, Schroeder, C-C, Midlakes and Pal-Mac.




Thomas 16 - Irondequoit 8 

special  --  Webster Thomas and Irondequoit tied (5-5 ) at the end of the first quarter, but Thomas scored seven goals in the second quarter for a 12-7 half and won 16-8 in this game of heavyweights at Webster today.

"Where was the defense," was the question of the first half, as the teams seemed to score at will in the first quarter. Drew rlt-ironCoholan scored the first of his four goals, just forty seconds into the game with his well known drive right down the middle, bull dodging past anyone in his way. Less than a minute later, Thomas returned with an unassisted goal by William Gurowski who broke an Irondequoit clear, picked up a ground ball, and had a one-on-one with Eagle goalie, Tyler Nash. Irondequoit scored on their next possession when they broke a Titan clear with an interception by freshman attackman Nick Doktor who scored at 9:56. The Eagles scored the next goal in man up when Greg Coholan fed his brother, Drew, on the left side of the cage to give the Eagles a 3-1 lead. Jack Hinderland brought the Titans back just fifteen seconds later on a drive from behind the cage and JT Hauck tied the game at 3-3 when he took the ball on a substitution and ran it straight to the goal.

Irondequoit took its turn at 5:27 with a man up combo from John Padulo to Mike Utz. At 4:59 Thomas scored their man up goal with an outside shot by Pat Morrill. The Titans scored their first go-ahead goal just eighteen seconds later with a fast break setup from Hinderland to Nick Scalzo. As the first quarter started to wind down, Drew Coholan scored an unassisted goal on a drive to the right to tie the teams at 5-5.

At the end of the first quarter, Thomas received an unnecessary roughness call and before the call could be made, Irondequoit also picked up one, so both teams started the second quarter short-handed. Thomas scored at 11:24 on a cross-crease feed from Gurowski to Brad Hutton to give the Titans a 6-5 lead, but the Eagles came back with a tie with another outside shot from Drew Coholan. Thirty seconds later Thomas went up with a feed from behind the cage by Hinderland to Scalzo who was cutting to the crease. The Titans held that lead for a whole twelve seconds, as Erik Kleehammer scored on a fast break from the face off and a pass from Ian Brooks.

rlt-ironThe game was tied at 7-7, but that was the last Irondequoit score of the quarter and Thomas added the next five goals over the next three and a half minutes to go into the half up 12-7. Hinderland was the first to score, on a drive past two Eagle defenseman from behind the cage. Scalzo scored an unassisted goal on a sweep from the top of the box. JT Hauck hit Hinderland for a fast break goal from a face off. Pat Morrill scored on an outside bounce shot that bounced on the hard grass surface over the shoulder of Nash and on his next trip to the offensive end Morrill used the same shot from the same spot for another bounce shot goal.

A great many Titan opportunities for offense came from Kenny Tomeno who won 13 of 15 face offs in the game and who often picked up his own ground ball, finishing with a team high six.

After a first half that saw nineteen goals, the second half was relatively quiet with the Titans winning the third quarter 2-1 and the final quarter 2-0. The Thomas defense became far more aggressive in the second half, and gave the Eagles far fewer opportunities to take shots. Austin Fox, who started in the goal for Thomas was replaced by Jim O'Neil in the second half.

The scoring started at 6:10 in the third, when Nick Doktor scored an unassisted goal from a clear. It was the last goal for the Eagles. Thomas scored from the next face off on a slow break that had Hinderland feed Scalzo giving the Titans a 13-8 lead. Senior defenseman Mason Hill broke up an Eagle clear and took the ball to the cage for an unassisted goal at 1:15 in the third.

Kyle LaVallee scored at 10:59 with a short pass from Scalzo to the wing and Hauck ended the scoring on a drive from the right to give the Titans a 16-8 win at home.

The Titans will finish their season on Saturday when they host Hilton. Irondequoit ends their regular season at 12-4 and will await their Class B seed on Sunday.

Scoring for Thomas were Brad Hutton (1g), Jack Hinderland (3g-3a), Nick Scalzo (4g-1a), William Gurowski (1g-1a), Pat Morrill (3g), JT Hauck (2g-1a), Kyle LaVallee (1g) and Mason Hill (1g). Austin Fox had 3s/7ga (24 mins) and James O`Neil finished with 7s/1ga (24 mins) for the Titans (14-1).

Scoring for Irondequoit were Drew Coholan (4g), Nick Doktor (2g), Greg Coholan (1a), Mike Utz (1g), John Padulo (1a), Erik Kleehammer (1g) and Ian Brooks (1a). Tyler Nash had 21s/16ga.


Fairport 15 - Penfield 5 

special  --  Fairport defeated Penfield 15-5 this afternoon. In the first five minutes it looked like the game was going to be close, but the Red Raiders stepped up and scored the last four goals of the first and the only three goals in the second to take a 10-2 lead at halftime.

Penfield's first two goals were scored within 25 seconds of each other (with a Fairport goal splitting between them). Both goals were scored by Kyle Van Thof (unassisted). For the first goal, Penfield gained possession during a man-down situation and waited for time to expire; after time expired Van Thof ran straight in towards the cage for the goal. Fairport's goal was scored on a face-off fast-break with Mike Lehmann picking up his own face-off and passing the ball to James Cunningham, who found Martin Manilla for the goal. The second Penfield goal was similar to the first, with Van Thof running straight in after a dead ball situation, Van Thof shot side-arm from the restraining line to beat goalie Kris Sterzin. Sterzin finished the game with 6 saves and 3 goals against.

Lehmann was a major factor for the Red Raiders at the face-off. He demonstrated his continued dominance in Section Five. Lehman finished with 16 of 22 (with 5 of the 6 losses on technical). Lehmann was called on three technicals for having the ball caught in the back of his stick. Lehmann also finished with 10 ground balls. Andrew Kristy was also a major player for Fairport on the face-off wing (5 ground balls) as well as on short stick defense. Kristy, who doesn’t often get the credit he deserves, is a major player for the Red Raiders and should be watched as we approach the post-season.

Brady Del Pozzo played the entire game for the Patriots and finished with 9 saves. Kyle Hall played the fourth quarter for the Red Raiders and had 3 saves and 2 goals against.

Scoring for Fairport were Brendan Saylor (4g-1a), Andrew Hays (4g), Martin Manilla (2g-2a), Aaron Jones (1g-2a), Connor Lowe (2g), Timothy Cook (1g), Paul Dancy (1g) and James Cunningham (1a).

Scoring for Penfield were Van Thof (3g), James Dwyer (1g-1a), Tucker Nelson (1g) and Gian Maggio (1a).


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Brockport 12 - Thunder 3

 --  Brockport defeated Greece Ath/Ody 12-3. The Thunder scored in the first, third and fourth quarters. Brockport led 5-1 at halftime.

In the cage, Brockport's Dylan White finished with 19 saves. Greece played two goalies with Steve Cole playing the majority and finishing with 8 saves; Zach Cox finished the remaining 5 minutes, but did not face a shot.

Scoring for Brockport were Jake Burns (3g-2a), Trevor Hayward (2g-3a), Bryan Johnson (2g-1a), Ryan Pratt (1g-2a), Matt Lester (1g), Joe Storms (1g), Nate Wall (1g), John Pacitto (1g) and Pat Steves (1a).

Scoring for Greece Ath/Ody were Phil Bond (1g-1a), Nate Wallenhorst (1a), Tyler Gorgione (1g) and Eric Bodine (1g).



Brighton 20 - Lightning 5 

 --  Brighton scored ten unanswered goals on their way to a 20-5 win over the Greece Lightning. With the win, the Barons clinched the Monroe County Division Three league title with an 11-1 league record.

The Barons led 7-0 after one, 10-0 at the half, and 14-4 after three quarters. In the fourth quarter, the Barons led 6-1. Brighton had nine different players make the score book and Greece had six.

Greece played three different goalies between the pipes: Keifer Phillips had 8 saves, Shane Trost had 3 saves and David Edwards had 2 saves. Brighton played two different goalies: Kyle Hohmann had 3 saves and Jordan Carey had 3 saves.

Scoring for Brighton were Mike Asselin (5g), Evan Davis (3g-1a), Brackett Bourne (3g), CJ Wool (2g-4a), Conor Stucki (2g-1a), Jared Ricks (2g-1a), Steve Cregan (1g-4a), Mark Henrichs (1g-2a), Matan Cohen (1g) and Drew Trausch (1a).

Scoring for Greece were Dustin Lenz Emmi (1g), Robert Kitchen (1g-1a), Chris Guido (1g), Joe Malovics (1g), David Powlowski (1a) and Kendrick Heintzelman (1g-1a).


Churchville-Chili 15 - Victor 5  

 --  Churchville-Chili dominated Victor 15-5. The Saints scored 11 out of the first 12 goals. The final game of the season for both teams was marred with three players ejected for fighting (and subsequently will be suspended for the first game of Sectionals).

The Saints rallied behind Ryan Yunker (6g-2a) for the win. Zach Yehl and Jon Hemink both added three goals as well. Keith Preston finished with 12 of 18 face-offs and led Churchville-Chili with nine ground balls. Adam DiFulvio (5) and Taylor Kolmer (4) also had ground balls for the Saints. Collin O'Shea (5), Vince Pettrone (4) and Andrew Pfeffer (4) led for the Blue Devils.

In the cage, DiFulvio finished with 15 saves for the Saints. Kevin Donnelly started the game for Victor and played one quarter, amassing four saves. Steve Basile finished the game and made 5 saves.

Scoring for Churchville-Chili were Yunker (6g-2a), Yehl (3g-2a), Hemink (3g-1a), Alex Pavone (3a), Kolmer (1g-1a), Preston (1g) and Nick Gray (1g).

Scoring for Victor were Pettrone (2g-2a), Trevor O'Shea (1g-1a), Brian Gilbert (1g), Dale Mattice (1g) and Matt Koval (1a).


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Honeoye Falls-Lima 11 - Eastridge 10  

 --  HFL defeated Eastridge 11-10 tonight after holding off a late run by the Lancers. This was the last time that the Lancers will play on their current stadium. HFL came out early with a 4-1 lead in the first quarter.

Mickey Allan, Jason Breau, and Jake Lee scored three of the first four goals. Tommy O'Leary assisted the first and scored one of his own in the initial volley. Mike Mortillaro (assisted by Trevor Horne) scored the first goal for Eastridge. The Cougars started off strong; however, the Lancers were not going to be left behind.

Eastridge scored the first two goals of the second quarter with face-off man Adam Sisson scoring the first goal, followed by Riley Austin's first goal of the game. Austin finished the game with 2g-2a. O'Leary added his fourth point (2nd goal) to finish out the quarter and keep the HFL lead at two (5-3).

When the third quarter started Eastridge came out swinging with Patrick Moynihan scoring the opening goal within the first minute of play. However, the Cougars scored the next four goals to take the five goal lead (9-4) with five minutes left in the third. Jake Lee assisted two of the five goals. Eastridge added one more goal before the quarter expired. The Cougars led 9-5 after three quarters.

In the fourth quarter, the Cougars scored the opening goal with Eric Boike scoring (with another assist from O'Leary). With five minutes remaining in the game the Cougars led by four goals (11-7). The Lancers scored the last three goals as they attempted to come back for the win. Kevin Stapleton, Moynihan and Austin scored for the Lancers. Austin's goal came at 0:28 remaining in the game.

In the cage, Jake Czwilinski played the entire game for the Lancers and finished with 13 saves. Jay Tallon made 14 saves for HFL.

Scoring for HFL were O'Leary (2g-4a), Jason Breau (2g-3a), Mickey Allan (2g-1a), Jake Lee (1g-2a), Eric Boike (2g) and Jeff Roth (2g).

Scoring for the Eastridge were Riley Austin (2g-2a), Matt Doeller (1g-1a), Patrick Moynihan (2g), Trevor Horne (2a), Adam Sisson (1g), Jeremy Wolocki (1g), Mike Mortillaro (2g), Kevin Stapleton (1g) and Curtis Scott (1a).


Canandaigua 19 - Waterloo 1   

 --  Canandaigua defeated Waterloo 20-1, with 14 assisted goals for the Braves. Waterloo's lone goal came in the fourth quarter; the Braves scored 9 in the first and led 13-0 at halftime.

In the cage for Waterloo, Zach Ramirez played the entire game and finished with 10 saves. The Braves played three different goalies. Nick King played the first 15 minutes and finished with four saves, Anthony DeLeo played for 18 minutes and had two saves and LaShawn Williams played the final 15 minutes with 2 saves and 1 goal against.

Scoring for Canandaigua were Deven Alves (3g-1a), Tanner Scharr (2g), Brian Scheetz (3g-3a), Marshall Johnson (2g-1a), Tom Lacrosse (1g-1a), Collin Peck (1g-1a), Gannon Osborn (1g), Shane Dobies (2g), Brandon Thomson (2g), Jordan Reals (2a), Adam Knapton (2g-2a), Adam Fingar (1g), Sam Post (1a) and John Klein (2a).

Scoring for Waterloo was Jordan Cook (1g).


Schroeder 14 - Hilton 7 

 --  Schroeder scored five goals in both the first and fourth quarters on their way to a 14-7 win over Hilton.

Schroeder started the scoring with Chris Mason scoring less the two minutes into the game. Hilton came back four minutes later schro-hiltwith their first goal with Mike Crumlish assisting Steve Bernsten. Cody Consul scored only 5 seconds later with an assist from Pete Noto. Noto finished the game 9 of 10 face-offs and with a team high 5 ground balls. Ryan Martin also had 5 ground balls for the Warriors.

Webster took 27 shots with 16 hitting the cage and 14 resulting in goals. The Warriors looked to Consul with four goals on six shots. Schroeder scored two goals in both the second and third quarters, with Hilton only adding one goal in the second quarter.

In the fourth quarter Schroeder scored the first two goals with Consul and Martin scoring unassisted goals. Hilton came back with their own unassisted goal from Mike Meeks. Schroeder added three more goals in the span of 36 seconds. Pete Noto scored (assisted by Johnny Murray) at 6:22, 26 seconds later Consul scored with an assist from Topping and only 10 seconds after that Tyler Mason scored with an assist from Chad Willmes. The Warriors led 14-4 with 5:46 remaining in the game.

Schroeder subbed out their goalie with four minutes remaining, and the Cadets added three more goals. Unassisted goals from Steve Bernsten, Matt Fracassi and Mike Meeks ended the game.

Aaron Hayward led in ground balls for the Cadets with four. Ron Schiefer, Hayward and Frank Turic each had two takes for Hilton and Consul and Vin Barilla added one take each for the Warriors.

Ken Stiles played the majority of the game for the Cadets and finished with 3 saves; Jareth Wischmeyer played the final six minutes and failed to make a save. Scott Tota played the majority of the game for Schroeder and finished with 17 saves; Eric Saltrelli finished the game and failed to make a save.

Scoring for Schroeder were Cody Consul (4g-1a), Chris Topping (2g-1a), Pete Noto (2g-1a), Chad Willmes (1g-1a), Mark Saltrelli (2g), Ryan Martin (1g-1a), Chris Mason (1g), Tyler Mason (1g), Johnny Murray (1a) and Brett Farrell (1a).

Scoring for Hilton were Mike Crumlish (2a), Jimmy Gaffney (1g), Steve Bernston (2g-1a), Matt Fracassi (2g) and Mike Meeks (2g).


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Midlakes 16 - Mynderse 7  

updated --  Midlakes outscored Mynderse in every quarter, winning 16-7.

Tucker Jensen played the majority of the game and finished with 8 saves (46 min), while Matt Brennessel finished the game with two saves.

Scoring for Midlakes were Mike Newland (2g), Matt Barilla (2g), Ben Uveges (1g-5a), Tyler Brooks-Lambert (4g), Nick Judge (3g-1a), Tom Cheney (2g), Rob Buchwald (1g), Justin Huntsman (1a) and Cory Gray (1g-1a).

Scoring for Mynderse were Steve Lucchesi (1g-1a), Nick Giovannini (2g-1a), Charlie Barbay (1g-2a), Matt Koopman (1g), Mike Warrick (1g) and AJ Bachman (1g). Tim Trickler had 12/13ga (40 mins) and Brad Dove had 0/2ga (8 min) for the Blue Devils.


Rush-Henrietta 13 - Gates Chili 11  

 --  Rush-Henrietta used strong performances in the first (4 goals) and third (5 goals) on their way to a 13-11 win over visiting Gates Chili. RH led 6-5 at halftime and 11-8 after three quarters. With 45 seconds remaining in the game, the Spartans were man-up and down one goal. R-H middie, Chauncey Scissum grabbed control of the ball and cleared it down to their offensive side of the field and scored with 10 seconds remaining.

Brad Sauln was 14/26 at the face-off for the Royal Comets. In the cage, Matt Gladstone played the entire game for the Royal Comets and finished with 13 saves. For Gates Chili, Jason Baetzhold finished with 13 saves.

Scoring for RH were Joe Perkins (3g-1a), Chris Aycock (1g), Jake Alvarez (4g-2a), Torry Whitcher (2g-2a), Mike Hudson (1g), Mark Mattiacio (1g-2a), Chauncey Scissum (1g) and Tyler Badger (1a).

Scoring for Gates Chili were Grant Ferguson (4g-4a), Adam Wacenske (1a), Pete DiLaura (1g), Tyler Webb (5g), Zack Smith (1a), Steven Campaniello (1g) and Matt Dakin (1a).


Penn Yan 20  - Newark 0

 --  On a 90 degree afternoon at Coach Floyd Greene Field in Newark, the Penn Yan Mustangs posted a 20-0 victory over the Newark Reds.

Penn Yan raced out to a 7-0 lead in the first as Matt Osgood scored 4 of his 6 goals and Cole Castle tallied 2 of his 6 goals. Preston Maciejewski chipped in the other to complete the scoring in the first. Coach Hobart began subbing at the 6 minute mark of the first. Penn Yan goalie, Ethan Kamholtz, never even saw a shot in the first and only one in the second. His day was over at the half, finishing with 1s/0ga.

In the second, freshman Jordan Owen netted his first goal of the season while four other Mustangs tallied goals and Penn Yan led 14-0 at the break.

The Mustangs came out and scored 6 more in the third to take a 20-0 before the siren sounded to end the quarter.

Freshman goalie, Cody Richardson, made 1 save in the third and another in the fourth. In 24 minutes he was 2s/0ga. Coach Hobart ordered his players to possess the ball and move it around the perimeter for the final 12 minutes.

Penn Yan won the FO battle (17/24), with Ty Trombley winning 13/18 of his draws and picking up 8 ground balls. Other top ground ball getters for the Mustangs were Maciejewski and John Linnan each picking up 5.

Scoring for Penn Yan were: Preston Maciejewski (3g-2a), Matt Osgood (6g-1a), Cole Castle (6g), John Linnan (2a), Adam Stork (1a), Adam Trombley (1g-1a), Nate Nichols (1a), Ty Trombley (2a), Jordan Owen (2g), and Anthony Luppino (2g).

Penn Yan closes out their regular season this Saturday at Mustang Field against Section 6 rival Amherst.


Batavia 16 - East Rochester 11 

 --  On senior night in Batavia, the Blue Devils defeated upstart East Rochester 16-11. Senior Joe Muoio, the all time point's leader with 125 points, led his team to victory.

The Blue Devils won the first quarter 5-2 and added six more in the second half to take an 11-6 lead into halftime. ER's goalie Hayden Walsh played a solid game for the Bombers and kept their team within reach. After three quarters, Batavia led 15-9.

In the cage for Batavia, Theo Hill finished with 14 saves and played the entire game. Hayden Walsh finished with 19 saves for East Rochester as well.

Scoring for Batavia were Joe Pedro (7g), Will Mulcahy (3g-6a), Joe Muoio (3g-2a), Chip Chapman (3g), Kyle Maniace (1a) and Chad Luce (1a).

Scoring for East Rochester were Jordan Michele (3g-3a), John Reiss (4g-1a), Conor Boyer (1g-1a), Torin Hudson (1g), Clayton Vaughn (1g), Kyle Knopp (1g-1a) and Nick Reiss (2a).


Pal-Mac 13 - Marcus Whitman 4 

updated --  Although the teams ended the first quarter tied at 2-2, Palmyra-Macedon scored nine unanswered goals in the second and third quarters and finished with a 13-4 win over Marcus Whitman in Rushville tonight.

Scoring for Pal-Mac were Jamie Consler (2g-1a) Edmund Williams (4g) Mike DeMar (2g-4a) Jeff Kier (1g-3a) Greg Kier (2g-1a) Mike Russell (1g), Sean Nolan (1a) and Scott Welch (1g). Tim Doyle had 10s/4ga for the Raiders.

Scoring for Marcus Whitman were Shawn Allen (2g) Mark Personale (1g) Perry Mortensen (1g) and Clay Wilson (1a). Nick Cosmano had 12s/13ga for the Wildcats.