Thursday: Schroeder over C-C, Fairport over Irondequoit


There were fourteen games in the section today and more were played under dark or rainy conditions. Webster Schroeder won an 8-6 victory over Churchville-Chili while Fairport stunned Irondequoit (13-4) and Canandaigua beat Penfield (19-6). East Rochester won it's second game (Arc/Oly 8-7) and it was Pittsford over Victor (17-9) while McQuaid beat Bath (14-8).


Schroeder 8 - Churchville-Chili 6  

The book for Churchville-Chili: Ryan Yunker (2g), Scott Shamp (2g), Zach Yehl (1g), Jon Hemink (1g-3a), Goaltending: Jack Corcoran 7s/8ga (48 mins)

The book for Schroeder: Cody Consul (4g-3a), Alex Powell (2g-1a), Cody Henry (2g), Goaltending: Scott Tota 11s/6ga = 65% (48 mins).

special -- In one of the best games of the day, Schroeder held off a late Churchville-Chili advance to defeat the Saints 8-6. The Saints tied the score early in the fourth; however the Warriors quickly retook the lead and held off one more Churchville-Chili goal for the win.

Schroeder struck first when Cody Consul passed the ball to the open crease and found Cody Henry with 5:12 remaining in the first quarter. Just 0:19 later, Jon Hemink drove to the cage and found Ryan Yunker open on the crease for the goal. Consul, who contributed to seven out of eight Schroeder goals, assisted the second Schroeder goal when he dodged to the crease and found Alex Powell open after the slide. Junior midfielder Scott Shamp scored his first goal of the game after a pick from Trevor Hodgins helped him get open in front of the cage. With the score tied at 2-2 and 3:33 remaining in the first quarter, the Warriors stepped up and scored two more goals at 3:04 and 2:04.

schro_ccChurchville-Chili senior defenseman Dan Fingland knocked down a pass from the Saints and goalie Jack Corcoran picked up the loose ball and looked for the quick outlet pass, however, Consul intercepted the pass and drove in for an unassisted goal for the Warriors. One minute later, after a dead ball, Consul drove to the crease and found Powell open after the slide. In the first quarter both teams had a number of bad breaks. Both had trouble capitalizing on opportunities which resulted in the ball frequently changing hands. Due to the rainy weather, both teams had trouble on the slick grass field. The first quarter ended 4-2 with Schroeder leading.

Over the next twenty-one minutes the Warriors were held scoreless with Churchville-Chili controlling the pace of the game and the ball itself. Jon Hemink scored the only goal of the quarter during a flag down situation. Hemink took the ball from the midfield (where a flag was thrown for holding) and took the ball all the way to the crease and finished with a shot into the back of the net. Schroeder's goalie, Scott Tota, had seven saves in the second quarter alone including one set of three quick back-to-back saves within five seconds of each other. Schroeder, although scoreless, kept the Saints from gaining more than one goal and held the 4-3 lead going into halftime.

Both teams scored one goal in the third quarter and they were scored in nearly the same manner. Schroeder scored first at 5:02, followed by Churchville-Chili's goal at 2:57. In both case Consul (then Yunker) took the ball behind the cage and through a personal effort put the ball into goal. Both Yunker and Consul dodged three slides to make it around to the front of the cage for the goal. The score ended after three quarters 5-4 in favor of the Warriors. Overall the third quarter was much like the second with Churchville-Chili controlling the ball and keeping it away from the Warriors. Neither team challenged the goalies during the quarter nor did the Saints finish with quality shots after controlling the ball for minutes in a possession.

schro_ccIn the fourth quarter Hemink found Zach Yehl open on the outside during an extra-man opportunity and for the first time since eight minutes into the game the score was tied. The Warriors were not going to let go of the lead that easily. Only 0:12 after the Saints tied the score, Consul took the ball and drove straight in from the right side of the crease, diving and placing the ball in the upper far corner of the net past Corcoran. Schroeder kept up the pressure scoring less than a minute later when Henry added his second goal of the game after a bad deflection off a defensive player found the ball in the back of the cage. Consul added the final Schroeder goal of the game after a dead ball drive from behind the cage were some communication error had left Consul unguarded. With 4:41 remaining the Saints' Schamp scored the final goal after a picked give and go with Jon Hemink. Although the Saints kept up the pressure it was too little too late and the Warriors held on for the victory.

In the cage, Corcoran finished with seven saves for the Saints and Tota finished with 11 saves for the Warriors. At the face-off Pete Noto finished 9/12 for the Warriors. Noto led the Warriors with five ground balls; while Hemink led the Saints with six.

Throughout the entire game both teams had difficultly capitalizing on their opponents mistakes. Both teams had plenty of opportunities but due to the weather or a bad pass or a bad shot, they could not use the errors to their advantage. The game was close throughout its entirety and both teams demonstrated that they deserve to be in top echelon of Section Five.

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Fairport 13 - Irondequoit 4  

The book for Irondequoit: Mike Utz (1g), Erik Kleehammer (1a), Ian Brooks (1g), Nick Doktor (1g), Matt Wolfe (1a), Emmy Poccia (1g), Goaltending: Tyler Nash 9s/13ga (48 mins)

The book for Fairport: Stephen Danylyshyn (1g), Chris Button (2a), Brendan Saylor (6g), Tim Modesti (1a), Derek DeJoe (1g-1a), Martin Manilla (3g-4a), Andrew Hays (2g), Goaltending: Blaze Riorden 12s/4ga = 75% (48 mins).

special -- With the rain pouring down, Fairport held Irondequoit scoreless for thirty-two minutes to defeat the Eagles 13-4. The first quarter started competitive with each team scoring two goals. Martin Manilla scored the first goal of the game to give Fairport the early lead. Although the score tied at 1-1 and 2-2, the Red Raiders never lost the lead.

In the first quarter Nick Doktor scored the first Irondequoit goal with 4:01 remaining in the first quarter (assisted by Erik Kleehammer). The last two goals of the quarter were both scored during extra-man offense. Fairport's Andrew Hays scored (assisted by Chris Button) and Irondequoit's Ian Brooks scored unassisted to end the quarter. The game, in general, was plagued by penalties as both teams started to get penalties as the game progressed. The Red Raider finished 4/7 and the Eagles finished 1/4. The score was tied 2-2 at the end the first quarter.

Throughout the second and third quarters the Eagles were unable to find the back of the net. Between shots that missed the cage or hit Fairport's goalie (Blaze Riorden) in the chest, the Eagles could not get a ball between the pipes. The Fairport defense did a great job of forcing bad shots and keeping the Eagles on their heels. During this time the Fairport offense kept up their normal steady pace scoring three goals in each of the second and third quarters.

Brendan Saylor scored two with Derek DeJoe, Martin Manilla, Stephen Danylyshyn and Hays each adding one goal. Two of the Red Raider goals were also scored during extra-man offense. In the fourth quarter, Fairport continued the pressure. Saylor scored the first three goals of the quarters with Manilla assisting the first goal and scored unassisted for the second two goals. Irondequoit's final two goals were scored with 3:10 and 2:50 remaining in the game; Mike Utz and Emmy Poccia scored for the Eagles. The final goal of the game was scored during extra-man with DeJoe feeding Manilla on the crease with 2:06 remaining.


Brighton 17 - Spencerport 3  

The book for Spencerport: Nick Fischer (2g), Ben Tribunella (1g), Austin Hintz (2a), Goaltending: Tyler Schweikert 10s/17ga (48 mins)

The book for Brighton: Brackett Bourne (4g-1a), CJ Wool (3g-3a), Kurt Minges (3g-3a), Nick Wolak (2g-2a), Casey Kopp (2g), Max Brauer (1g-1a), Dan Pierce (1g), Brandon Kleiman (1g), JT Haag (1a), Goaltending: Jordan Carey 4s/2ga = 67% (24 mins), Matt Ingalls 5s/1ga = 83% (24 mins).

 -- In a night game today, Brighton was a 17-3 winner over Spencerport in a MC3 divisional game at Spencerport.

Brighton jumped out to the early 5-1 first quarter lead with junior attackmen Brackett Bourne and Kurt Minges scoring two goals each. Fellow junior, CJ Wool added his first of three in the game to close out the scoring in the first with an assist from senior middie Nick Wolak. Ben Tribunella scored the lone goal for the Rangers.

Spencerport started the second quarter with a three minute non-releasable stick penalty. Max Brauer controlled the face-offs (16/20 for the game) and the Baron man up unit scored six goals during the penalty time, increasing their lead to 11-1. Brighton added two more extra man goals in the quarter to bring the score to 13-1 at the half.

In the second half Brighton outscored Spencerport 4-1 ending up winning 17-3.


Rush-Henrietta 14 - Brockport 5  

The book for Brockport: Jake Burns (2g), Bryan Johnson (1g), Nick Sutphen (1g), Kevin Bentley (1g), Dominic Trento (3a), Goaltending: Paul Duthoy 15s/14ga = 52% (48 mins)

The book for Rush-Henrietta: Joe Perkins (3g-3a), Jake Alvarez (3g-2a), Austin Freudenvoll (4g), Torry Whitcher (2a), Chauncey Scissum (1g), Tyler Badger (1g), Jackson Sadowski (1a), Dylan Saxon (1a), Brad Sauln (2a), Kenny Pattridge (2g), Goaltending: Corey Spuck 11s/4ga = 73% (44 mins), Mark Wagner 1s/1ga = 50% (4 mins).

 --  The Royal Comets started out with all of the goals in the first quarter and the first two in the second on their way to a 14-5 victory over host Brockport in a Monroe County crossover game this evening. Ten R-H players made the offensive book with attackmen Austin Freudenvoll (4g), Jake Alvarez (3g-2a) and Joe Perkins (3g-3a) leading the way.


Canandaigua 19 - Penfield 6  

The book for Canandaigua: Collin Peck (2g-2a), Bryan Peck (1g), Deven Alves (4g-4a), Gannon Osborn (2g-2a), Mark Greer (1a), Nic Wood (1g), Jordan Reals (1g), Brandon Thomson (2g-1a), Adam Knapton (2g-1a), Tom LaCrosse (4g-1a), Matt Scharr (2a), Goaltending: Nick King 6s/4ga = 60% (28 mins), LaShawn Williams 2s/1ga = 67% (15 mins), Corey Griffin 1s/1ga = 50% (5 mins)

The book for Penfield: Connor Russell (1a), Dan O`Brien (1g), Matt Condon (1g-1a), Tucker Nelson (2a), Matt Springer (1g), Will Schoeneck (2g), Alex Miles (1g), Goaltending: Jamie Solomon 11s/19ga (48 mins).

 -- Canandaigua increased their winning streak to 24 games with a 19-6 win over Penfield. The Braves scored ten unanswered goals in the first quarter. The Patriots scored the first goal with 11:21 remaining in the second quarter. The Braves held the Patriots to zero shots in the first quarter. Dan O`Brien scored the opening goal for Penfield followed only two minutes later with a goal by Alex Miles (assisted by Connor Russell). Penfield scored their third goal with 1:39 remaining in the second quarter with Tucker Nelson assisting Will Schoeneck.

In the first half, the Braves had eight different players score goals. Seven of the eight players that scored were seniors with the lone exception coming with 5:12 remaining in the half when junior attackman Nic Wood scored. Senior attackmen Adam Knapton, Brandon Thomson and Deven Alves scored seven goals total; while senior midfielders Bryan Peck, Collin Peck, Tom LaCrosse and Gannon Osborn scored seven goals.

The third quarter started in running time with Canandaigua leading 15-3. Penfield scored the first goal of the quarter to pull the game back into stop-time when Schoeneck scored with Matt Condon assisting. Tom LaCrosse put the game back into running time with an assist from Alves and then extended the lead with an assist from Matt Scharr. With 1:09 remaining Alves scored with an assist from Knapton (during extra-man offense). Penfield added the final goal of the quarter at the buzzer with Condon scoring after a feed from Tucker Nelson. In the fourth quarter each team added one goal in the last minute of the game with Matt Springer scoring for Penfield and Jordan Reals scoring for Canandaigua.

Parker Weeks finished 6/8 at the draw for Canandaigua in his first game back from injury and Mark Greer finished 9/12 for the Braves. Penfield's Connor Russell, who has been successful overall this season at the draw, finished with a disappointing 4/16. C. Peck led in ground balls for Canandaigua with 4; Weeks, Osborn, Greer, Kyle Stanney and Matt George all added three ground balls for the Braves. Goalie Jamie Solomon and Nelson both had three ground balls for Penfield. Solomon finished with 11 saves for the Patriots.

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Geneva 10 - Midlakes 4  

The book for Midlakes: Matt Barilla (1a), Cory Gray (2g), Tyler Brooks-Lambert (1g), Rob Buchwald (1g), Goaltending: Matt Brennessel 13s/8ga = 62% (38 mins), Tucker Jensen 4s/2ga = 67% (10 mins)

The book for Geneva: Will Brennan (8g-1a), Patrick Roll (3a), Sam Rollo (1g-1a), Chris Pitifer (1g), Mike Warner (1a), Frank Triana (1a), Goaltending: Ross Dinan 18s/4ga = 82% (47 mins), Sam Rollo 0s/0ga (1 mins).

special -- Although there were times when the teams looked equal, the Geneva defense was always superior and gave the Panthers a great deal more ball time as they won a Finger Lakes games against Midlakes 10-4.

The first quarter did not see much scoring as Geneva scored the first at 8:50 and did not score again until 0:24, while Midlakes has a single goal from Cory Gray at 2:57 with a drive from the right wing. Junior attackman Will Brennan was in on all but one goal for Geneva, scoring 8g-1a. His first goal was scored on a fast break clear with an assist from senior defenseman Mike Warner.

At the top of the second quarter Geneva scored again (Brennan from Sam Rollo) at 11:21 and then again at 11:06 when the goalie came out of the cage early to play him. There was a great deal of transition play for the next nine minutes before the Panthers scored three goals in the last two minutes of the half, which ended with Geneva up 7-1.

Geneva scored the only goal in the third quarter when Brennan received the ball in a cross-crease pass from senior attackman Patrick Roll.

The last quarter started with a Panther man up goal which saw junior midfielder Chris Pitifer score his lone goal of the game with a feed from Brennan behind the cage. Ten seconds later Geneva scored again on a face off fast break. At 8:10 Midlakes scored on a drive from behind the cage by Gray. The Eagles scored again at 4:23 when senior middie Rob Buchwald threw one high into the right upper corner of the net. The last goal of the game, scored by Tyler Brooks-Lambert (assisted by Matt Barilla) was a back to front feed at 2:46.

The Geneva defense, which included seniors Mike Warner, Schuyler Helmer, Keiondre Woody and junior Dan Pufnock had a terrific day, creating many turnovers and takes with their aggressive play.

Geneva, now 1-2 takes on Mynderse on Saturday, while Midlakes (2-1) will look toward Bloomfield-Honeoye.



East Rochester 8 - Arc/Oly 7  

The book for East Rochester: John Reiss (2g), Nick Reiss (2g), Clayton Vaughn (1g), Darnell Rhodes (2a), Kyle Knopp (1g-1a), Jordan Michele (1g-4a), Raymond Shalvoy (1g), Goaltending: Jonathan Caton 7s/7ga = 50% (48 mins)

The book for Arc/Oly: David Powlowski (1g-1a), Ian Lenz Emmi (1a), Robert Kitchen (4g-1a), Kendrick Heintzelman (1g), Dylan Mahan (1g), Richard Fischer (1a), Goaltending: Tyler Catalfano 11s/8ga = 58% (48 mins).

 -- East Rochester got their second win over the season as they Greece Arcadia/Olympia 8-7 today. This is the second one goal win of the season for the Bombers and the third game in a row that was decided by one goal.

Greece Arc/Oly scored the opening goal with Kendrick Heintzelman putting the ball in the back of the net. The Lightning goal was the only one of the quarter. In the second quarter the Bombers scored three straight unanswered goals with Jordan Michele, Clayton Vaughn and John Reiss each scoring. Michele assisted the later two goals. Michele was involved in five of East Rochester's eight goals. With 3:03 remaining in the first half Robert Kitchen scored for Greece Arc/Oly and brought the game back to within one goal (3-2).

The third quarter started out the same way as the second quarter with the Bombers scoring three unanswered goals. Kyle Knopp, Nick Reiss and J. Reiss each scored one goal for the Bombers. Michele assisted the first two goals and Knopp assisted the final goal as the Bombers led 6-2 with 8:16 remaining in the third quarter. Sophomore midfielder Dylan Mahan scored his seventh goal of the season for the Lightning with 7:00 remaining in the third quarter. East Rochester added the last goal of the quarter with Darnell Rhodes assisting N. Reiss. The Bombers held a four goal lead (7-3) after three quarters.

The Lightning attempted to come back in the fourth quarter and nearly succeeded. Greece Arc/Oly's Robert Kitchen scored the first two goals of the quarter. The lone East Rochester goal was scored by Raymond Shalvoy (assisted by Rhodes). It was the final Bombers goal and it was scored with 5:41 remaining in the goal. The goal by Shalvoy proved to be enough as even with two more goals the Lightning could not catch the Bombers. David Powlowski and Kitchen scored the final two goals for Greece Arc/Oly.

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Thomas 21 - Hilton 11  

The book for Thomas: JT Hauck (3g-6a), Kenny Tomeno (3g-5a), Jack Hinderland (3g-1a), Brad Hutton (3g-1a), John Zawacki (2g), Rob Guenther (2g), Justin Bird (1g-1a), Ben Morrill (1g), Zach Crawford (1g), John Hart (1g), Kurt Erhardt (1g), Richard Nguyen (1a), Michael Kellman (1a), Conor Smith (1a), Goaltending: Don Grace 9s/4ga = 69% (24 mins), Zack Mayer 9s/7ga = 56% (24 mins)

The book for Hilton:

 -- Fourteen players, led by JT Hauck(3g-6a) and Ken Tomeno(3g-5a) made the offensive book for Webster Thomas as they defeated Hilton 21-11 in a Monroe County League crossover game at McAvoy Park in Irondequoit. The Titans led 4-2 after the first quarter and 8-4 at the half.

Ken Tomeno(9/11), Richard Nguyen(6/8) and Troy Crevier(7/11) collectively won 22 of 32 face offs for Thomas who outshot the Cadets 51-44.


Pittsford 17 - Victor 9  

The book for Victor: Mitch Rupp (1a), Collin O`Shea (1g), Max Hill (1g), Connor Kimball (3g-1a), Pat D`Angelo (1g-1a), John Maloney (1g-1a), Trevor O`Shea (2g), Dale Mattice (1a), Goaltending: Steve Basile 10s/17ga (48 mins)

The book for Pittsford: TJ Iuppa (3g-4a), James Burke (5g-1a), Matt Palmer (1a), Thomas Rodenhouse (1g), Jack Lauroesch (2a), Alex Kober (1g), Matt Gold (1a), James Purpura (7g), Goaltending: Alex Howell 4s/7ga (36 mins), Conor Quinn 2s/2ga = 50% (12 mins).

 -- Pittsford's seven goal second quarter propelled them to a 17-9 win over Victor this evening. The Panthers scored the first goal of the game and never looked back. James Purpura opened the scoring during an extra-man opportunity only 1:00 into the game (with an assist from TJ Iuppa). He led in scoring with seven goals while Iuppa led in assists with four. Iuppa assisted the second goal of the game as well, feeding James Burke. Victor's Connor Kimball scored the first Victor goal of the game with a feed from John Maloney. Purpura added the last goal of the first quarter (unassisted) at 4:01 remaining in the first quarter.

The second quarter opened with Iuppa scoring only 0:34 into the quarter. Victor added three of the next four goals to bring the game within one at 5-4. Victor's Trevor O'Shea scored the fourth goal of the game at 7:19. However the Panthers scored just 0:09 later with James Burke running the ball straight for the face-off of the goal. Pittsford scored the next four goals to end the quarter leading 9-4 (Thomas Rodenhouse, James Burke and two goals for Purpura).

Pittsford split goals with Alex Howell playing the first three quarters and Conor Quinn finishing up the game. Howell finished with four saves and Quinn finished with two. Steve Basile played the entire game for Victor and finished with ten saves. Burke led in face-offs for the Panthers winning 12/20 (60%).

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Mynderse 11 - Newark 4  

The book for Mynderse: Matt Koopman (3g-3a), Nick Giovannini (4g-1a), Aaron Peterman (1g-1a), Jerry Jones (1g), Mike Clark (1g), Danny Galusha (1g), Brett Wood (1a), Jesse Janas (1a), Goaltending: Tim Trickler 10s/4ga = 71% (48 mins)

The book for Newark: Ryan Kommer (1g), Luke Hartman (2g), Jack Timerson (1g), Alex Peake (1a), Josh Williams (1a), Goaltending: Dominic Camblin 10s/10ga = 50% (43 mins), Nate Gardner 1s/1ga = 50% (5 mins).

 --  Tied at the half, the Blue Devils from Mynderse outscored Newark 8-1 in the second half to take an 11-4 win at home. "Our offense has been struggling all year and we started to mesh about half way through the second quarter," remarked Mynderse Academy Head Coach Joe Caraher after the game. We seemed to get in a rhythm today and hope the offense keeps improving and our defense remains solid.


Bloomfield-Honeoye 14 - Waterloo 11  

The book for Bloomfield-Honeoye: Luke Anderson (4g-1a), Sean Beaney (2g-1a), Zach Hammond (2g), Ben Cratsley (1g-1a), Keeton Mashtare (1g), Zach Blain (3g), Luke Blain (1g-3a), Goaltending: Jay Nichols 13s/7ga = 65% (44 mins), Aaron Stevens 3s/4ga (4 mins)

The book for Waterloo: Joe Shaffer (1g), Tim Wright (1a), Cody Riegel (2g-1a), Tim Freier (2g), Dylan Chilson (1g), Chance Lowry (4g), John Butlak (1g), Goaltending: Josh Bailey 7s/5ga = 58% (24 mins), Zach Ramirez 1s/9ga (24 mins).

updated -- The Pride came right out, five goals in the first quarter and ended up with a 14-11 win over visiting Waterloo.

The Indians returned with three unanswered goals in the second quarter. The Pride scored the first two goals in the first 0:23 of the third quarter, when Sean Beaney won his own face off and sent the ball to Luke Blain (0:07) and scored the second by himself, just sixteen seconds later.

After a 6-2 third quarter, Waterloo came back in the last quarter 5-3. Although the Pride was down for three minutes (non-releasable) at the top of the fourth quarter (and two men down for part of that), their man down unit kept the Indians from scoring.


Pal-Mac 8 - Marcus Whitman 0  

The book for Pal-Mac: Ben Reeves (1a), Edmund Williams (1g), Mike Benedict (3g-1a), Jeff Kier (2g-1a), Mike Russell (1g-4a), Pat Russell (1g), Goaltending: Matt Carkner 14s/0ga = 100% (48 mins)

The book for Marcus Whitman: Goaltending: Nick Cosmano 10s/8ga = 56% (48 mins).

 --  Junior goalie, Matt Carkner won a rare shut out victory as Palmyra-Macedon won their Finger Lakes games against Marcus Whitman's 8-0 at home this afternoon. Mike Benedict(3g-1a), Jeff Kier(2g-1a) and Mike Russell(1g-4A) led the offensive effort for the Raiders.


McQuaid Jesuit 14 - Bath 8  

The book for McQuaid Jesuit: Alex Pochodylo (4g), Chris Barilla (1g-1a), Mike Crawford (2g-2a), James Sturnick (3a), Ryan Williams (3g-1a), Alex Paroda (1a), Jack Pomeroy (1a), Clark Hadley (1g), Tim Caton (1a), Duncan Ayer (1g), Brian Nally (1g), David Haseley (1g), Goaltending: Pat Sheridan 15s/8ga = 65% (48 mins)

The book for Bath: Matt Nesbitt (2g-1a), Zach Reed (2g-1a), Brian Gable (2g), Mark Martuscello (1a), Nick Rossi (2g-1a), Trevor Lang (1a), Goaltending: Robert Masti 10s/14ga (48 mins).

 -- McQuaid Jesuit overcame a 5-3 deficit at the half to defeat Bath 14-8 in GRALL action this afternoon. The Knights scored six goals in the third quarter and five in fourth quarter and had twelve players make the offensive scorebook.

Bath struck first with a goal from Nick Rossi only 2:45 into the game (assisted by Trevor Lang). McQuaid scored the next two goals (Mike Crawford and Ryan Williams) to take their first lead of the game and finished the first quarter leading 2-1. The Rams came back strong in the second quarter with Brain Gable scoring two quick goals (assisted by Nick Rossi and Zach Reed). Crawford scored the next goal during man-up to tie the game at 3-3; James Sturnick added his first of four assists in the game. The Rams added two more goals at 3:54 and 1:49. Matt Nesbitt scored the first (unassisted) and Rossi scored the second during man-up offense (assisted by Mark Martuscello). The Rams held the two goal lead after two quarters.

In the third quarter the Knights came out strong, scoring six goals and holding the Rams to just one. Alex Pochodylo scored three of the six goals for McQuaid Jesuit. Chris Barilla, Clark Hadley and Williams each added one goal each in the third quarter. The final goal was scored by Pochodylo with only 0:02 remaining (Jack Pomeroy assisted). In the fourth quarter the Knights continued the pressure scoring the first three goals to increase their lead to six. Brian Nally, Williams and Duncan Ayer each added a goal in the final quarter. The goals for Nally and Hadley are the first Varsity goals in their careers. The final goal of the game was scored unassisted by Zach Reed. Reed finished with 2g-1a for the Rams.

McQuaid's junior Hadley also did well controlling the ball for McQuaid at the draw finishing the game 14/18 with a team leading eight ground balls. Crawford (4), Sturnick (3), Jake Bailey (3) and Pochodylo (3) also contributed for the Knights. Nesbitt (8), Rossi (8) and Lang (6) led in ground balls for Bath.

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HFL 11 - Gates Chili 10  

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