Tuesday: Section Five Wins Two in NYS Quarter Finals

- Section Five won two out of three as Penn Yan beat Silver Creek 17-6 and Canandaigua beat Hamburg 17-3. Webster Thomas fell to Orchard Park in the Class A game 22-10. In the three games, the combined scores were 61-19. Two of the games went into running time, with the third (Penn Yan) being decided with an 11 goal differential. 

 

Penn Yan 17 - Silver Creek (Sect 6) 6 

py-scspecial --  Penn Yan came out strong, scoring twelve goals in the first half on their way to a 17-6 victory over Silver Creek.The Black Knights fielded eleven players in the game with ten playing the first three quarters. The Mustangs saw scoring from ten different players with 18 making the stat book.

The Mustangs scored the first four goals of the game including two in the first 39 seconds. The first goal of the game set the pace with Ty Trombley winning the opening face-off himself and finding Matt Osgood open on the crease for the goal. Trombley finished 13/24 at the face-off and Osgood finished with 4g-3a. The second quarter saw the majority of the Mustang scoring with seven goals coming within 9 minutes. Of the seven goals in the second quarter Preston Maciejewski had four assists.

Silver Creek only scored one goal in the second half and it came in the fourth quarter. The Mustangs held the Black Knights to 12 shots with only 7 on cage. The final Silver Creek goal came with 0:03 remaining and was scored by Tommy Jones. Jones' goal was the only goal all night for the Black Knights that Zedekiah Williams did not assist. Williams, a freshman, assisted the first four Silver Creek goals of the py-sccontest.

In the cage, Roland Jimerson finished with 12 saves for the Black Knights. Ethan Kamholtz played the first three quarters and finished with 5 saves (50%); Cody Richardson finished the game with four saves (80%).

Zach Williams was 12/26 at the face off and had 11 ground balls for Silver Creek. Williams was joined by John Jimerson (4) and Jones (3) in ground balls. John Linnan (9), Ty Trombley (7) and Ryan Kerrick (5) led for the Mustangs.

Penn Yan moves on to face the LaFayette (Section Three) in Thursday's Semi Final Round. LaFayette defeated Salmon River 22-9 in the Central Region Championship match today.

Scoring for Penn Yan were Matt Osgood (4g-3a), Preston Maciejewski (2g-6a), Cole Castle (4g), John Linnan (2g), Nate Nichols (2g), Adam Trombley (2a), Anthony Luppino (1g-1a), Adam Stork (1g), Dylan Yonts (1g) and Ty Trombley (1a).

Scoring for Silver Creek were Zedekiah Williams (4a), John Jimerson (3g), Zach Williams (2g) and Tommy Jones (1g).

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Orchard Park 22 - Webster Thomas (Sect 6) 10 

special --  In the second game of the afternoon, Orchard Park defeated Webster Thomas 22-10.The Quakers won each of the the first two quarters 4-1. op-rltOrchard Park dominated in shots with 53 (Thomas had 23). Of significance was the shooting percentages as both teams were nearly equal on goals from shots (42% and 43%). This means that the difference came from volume, with the odds of any given shot resulting in a goal being equal between the two teams.

Orchard Park scored seven of the first eight goals spanning the first two quarters. Jeff Tundo was the big scorer in the game with 5g-3a for the Quakers. Sean Rimmer (6g) and Artie Marrapese (4g-1a) were also major scoring threats for Orchard Park. Tundo and Marrapese alone accounted for more shots (24) than the entire Thomas team.

The game overall was hard hitting form both sides of the field.There were two incidents that required the game to be stopped and an athlete helped off the field.The game had ten penalties (more than both other games combined), including one unsportsmanlike conduct call.

The game was defiantly a story of two high powered offenses with Orchard Park's defense being stronger than that of Webster Thomas.None of the three goalies finished above 50%. Ryan Cole for Orchard Park played the entire game with 8 saves.James O'Neil (6 saves) and Austin Fox (6 saves) split time at the half for Thomas. op-rlt

At the face-off, Orchard Park's Mike Moran was 19/31 (61%) with 8 decided on technical (5-3). Kyle LaVallee (6-6) and Zach Crawford (2-2) were both 50% for the Titans at the face-off. Kenny Tomeno led the Titans with 10 ground balls.Doug Lancie, Andrew Glagoleve and Nick Scalzo joined Tomeno with three ground balls each.Mike Moran led for the Quakers with 13 ground balls.Sean Rimmer and Kevin Collins both had 5 each to add to the Orchard Park total.

Orchard Park moves on to face the Ithaca (Section Four) in Thursday's Semi Final Round. Ithaca defeated West Genesee 6-2 in the Central Region Championship match today.

Scoring for Orchard Park were Jeff Tundo (5g-3a), Sean Rimmer (6g), Artie Marrapese (4g-1a), Kyle Kasprzyk (2g-1a), Mike Moran (1g-2a), Kevin Collins (2g), Sean Purtill (1g), Matt Wilson (1g), Jake Engleman (1a) and David Michael (1a).

Scoring for Thomas were Jack Hinderland (4g-1a), Kenny Tomeno (2g-1a), Brad Hutton (2g-1a), Kyle Rothfuss (2g), Pat Morrill (1a) and Nick Scalzo (1a).

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Canandaigua 17 - Hamburg (Sect 6) 3 

special --  In tonight's final game Canandaigua held Hamburg ca_hamscoreless for the final 29 minutes to win 17-3. The score was tied 2-2 after the first quarter in what appeared to be a close game, however, in the final three quarters the Braves scored 15 while holding the Bulldogs to 1.

Hamburg opened the scoring with a side-arm outside shot from Jon Crean with an assist from Ryan Feuerstein four minutes into the game. Canandaigua had a hard time getting started but Brian Scheetz stepped up to get the Braves into gear.Scheetz scored the first two goals (unassisted) for Canandaigua and ended the game with 4 goals and 2 assists.

The first goal for Scheetz was scored after working back and forth from behind the cage and eventually coming around for the score.The second, occurring only six seconds later, came during a fast-break from the face-off win by Marshall Johnson.Johnson finished the game 12/18 (1-1 on technicals).The final goal of the quarter was scored by Ryan Tilley and assisted by Crean with a feed from behind the cage.The first quarter ended tied at 2 goals each.

In the second quarter the Braves stepped up the pace. Their scoring could not be stopped and their defense was only breached once.After a time out by Hamburg during a clear, the Bulldogs found long-stick Shawn Needham open in the middle of the field with no Brave in sight.Needham continued down the field and finished in the back of the net.

Although three Braves saw the net in the fourth quarter, none faced a shot on cage. Nick King, who played the first three quarters, finished the game with 2 saves. Anthony DeLeo was in for 6 minutes and LaShawn Williams was in for 2 minutes, however neither saw a shot on cage. In fact, after the first quarter the Bulldogs only took 6 shots with only the goal being on cage.James Maxwell played the ca_hamentire game for the Bulldogs and finished with 14 saves.

Canandaigua outshot Hamburg 49-13 (31-5 on cage).Scheetz led with 10 shots with Deven Alves and Marshall Johnson each taking 8 shots for the Braves.Johnson led in ground balls with 13.Tom Lacrosse (5) and Deven Alves (4) also contributed for Canandaigua.James Maxwell (6), Shawn Needham (5), Mark Stamer (4) and Justin Strain (4) led for Hamburg.

Canandaigua moves on to face the Jamesville-DeWitt defeated St. Lawrence 9-3 in the Central Region Championship match today. 

Scoring for Canandaigua were Brian Scheetz (4g-2a), Deven Alves (3g-1a), Marshall Johnson (4g), Tom LaCrosse (2g), Tanner Scharr (1g-1a), Brandon Thomson (1g), Jordan Reals (1g), John Klein (1g) and Will Johnson (1a).

Scoring for Hamburg were Jon Crean (1g-1a), Ryan Tilley (1g), Shawn Needham (1g) and Ryan Feuerstein (1a).

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