Tuesday: Pittsford over Irondequoit, Fairport over Thomas

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Thirteen games were played in Section Five today. Fairport was a 15-6 winner over visiting Thomas and Pittsford defeated visiting Irondequoit 11-5. In other action Livonia won their game with Bath in overtime, McQuaid Jesuit beat Aquinas 13-8 and Churchville-Chili beat Hilton in a close one (9-7).

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Fairport 15 - Thomas 6  

The book for Fairport: Martin Manilla (5g-1a), Chris Button (2g-1a), Brendan Saylor (4g-2a), James Cunningham (1a), Andrew Hays (1g-2a), Tim Modesti (3g), Goaltending: Blaze Riorden 10s/6ga = 63% (48 mins)

The book for Thomas: Jack Hinderland (2g-1a), Kenny Tomeno (2g), JT Hauck (1g-1a), Kyle Rothfuss (1g), Brad Hutton (1a), Goaltending: Don Grace 10s/12ga (35 mins), Zack Mayer 6s/3ga = 67% (13 mins).

 -- After a slow start during which Webster Thomas scored the first two goals of the game, Fairport took off before the half and took a 15-6 win over the visiting Titans.

Thomas scored their first goal in the first minute of the game. Senior midfielder Kenny Tomeno took and outside shot after the Titans moved the ball around the outside twice sent the ball into the high corner. Fairport was called for a push, giving Webster a man up opportunity on which they scored. Tomeno scored again from the right wing and a pass from junior middie JT Hauck. The Red Raiders caught up in short fashion with a goal from senior attackman Martin Manilla who scooped up a loose ball on the crease. A little over a minute later senior midfielder Tim Modesti took a pass from Manilla and scored from the right wing. The game fpt-rltwas tied at two each until 4:30 when senior attackman Jack Hinderland dodged one defenseman from the left side of the Fairport man up and scored (assisted by Brad Hutton). Fairport scored another pair of goals, the first at 1:51 on an outside sidearm Modesti and the second, a leaping jump shot at goal-line extended by Brendan Saylor with 0:13 left in the quarter. Fairport had a 4-3 lead at the end of the first quarter.

Fairport took over in the second quarter, scoring five unanswered goals starting with senior LSM James Cunningham sprinting on a full-field clear to a fast break and Manilla, unattended on the crease for a one-on-one with Titan goalie Dan Grace. After almost seven minutes of calm (an no scoring), the Red Raiders scored three goals in two minutes to end the quarter up 9-3. Manila scored the first on a broken clear and a feed from junior middie Andrew Hayes. Chris Button scored the first of his 2g-1a after a successful clear and a slow break pass from Saylor and fir 0:23 left in the half, Hays scored an unassisted goal on a cut from behind the cage.

Thomas scored first in the third quarter with Hinderland scoring and unassisted goal in man up after breaking up a Red Raider clear. Fairport added three more, lengthening their lead to 12-5 on goals by Saylor on a wide cut from behind the cage, Button on a beautiful cross crease pass by Saylor and Saylor by himself right after a Fairport clear. Thomas scored the last goal of the quarter, once again in man up, when junior attackman Kyle Rothfuss after receiving the ball from Hinderland sent one high into the net and past Fairport goalie Blaze Riorden who ended the game with 10s/6ga.

The last quarter saw free substitution form the benches and Fairport added three goals while Thomas added two.

James Cunningham led the Red Raiders in ground ball production with nine, with Stephen Danylyshyn adding five more. The starting Fairport defense of Ted Knowles, Chris Reed and Cunningham had not worthy performances and were helpful in producing turnovers and clearing the ball. With the win Fairport jumps to 5-0 while Thomas drops to 4-1.

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Brighton 18 - Batavia 8  

The book for Brighton: Nick Wolak (4g), CJ Wool (3g-2a), Brackett Bourne (3g-1a), Max Brauer (3g-1a), Alex Lebowitz (3g-1a), Matt Schuster (1g), Dan Pierce (1g), Kurt Minges (1a), Justin Ryan (1a), Goaltending: Jordan Carey 6s/4ga = 60% (24 mins), Matt Ingalls 3s/4ga (24 mins)

The book for Batavia: Joe Pedro (2g), Chip Chapman (2g-1a), Kyle Maniace (2g), Will Mulcahy (2g-2a), Goaltending: Dylan Buchholtz 0s/0ga (2 mins), Theo Hill 25s/18ga = 58% (46 mins).

 -- Brighton improved to 6-0 with their 18-8 win over visiting Batavia tonight.

The Barons scored thirteen goals in the first half and used nine players in the offensive book. Junior midfielder Max Brauer won 18 of 23 face offs and added 3g-1a for Brighton. Other offensive leaders for the Barons include Nick Wolak (4g), CJ Wool (3g-2a), Brackett Bourne (3g-1a) and Alex Lebowitz (3g-1a).

 

 Gates Chili 16 - Brockport 4  

The book for Gates Chili: Pete DiLaura (4g-2a), Tyler Webb (4g-1a), Grant Ferguson (3g-1a), Matt Martin (2g-1a), Cam Gormel (2g-1a), Brian Eckam (1g-1a), Brian Lane (1a), Goaltending: Brian Lane 7s/4ga = 64% (48 mins)

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 -- Pete DiLaura won 18 of 24 face off for The Spartans as host Gates Chili defeated Brockport 16-4 tonight.

The Spartans took a 7-2 first quarter and added five more before the halftime break. Pete DiLaura (4g-2a) and Tyler Webb (4g-1a) led the offensive effort.

  

Churchville-Chili 9 - Hilton 7  

The book for Hilton: David Smith (2g-1a), Cory Endres (2g), Mike Barbone (2g), Mike Meeks (1g-1a), Goaltending: Mitch Smith 17s/9ga = 65% (48 mins)

The book for Churchville-Chili: Ryan Yunker (3g-2a), Scott Shamp (1g-1a), Taylor Kolmer (1g), Alex Pavone (1a), Zach Yehl (1g), Nick Gray (1g-1a), Jon Hemink (1g-2a), Nick Bruno (1g), Goaltending: Jack Corcoran 8s/7ga = 53% (48 mins).

 -- Churchville-Chili used a 2-0 win in the third quarter to defeat Hilton 9-7 this afternoon. Hilton led for a major part of the game, however, the Saints scored when it mattered and came away with the win. Hilton's goalie Mitch Smith was a major player in keeping the Cadets in the game. He finished the game with 17 saves (65%) and kept the Cadets close throughout.

Churchville-Chili scored the first goal of the game with Ryan Yunker assisting Jon Hemink. Hemink finished with 1g-2a and Yunker finished with 3g-2a for the Saints. Hilton came back with two quick goals, including a goal in extra-man offense goal. Cory Endres scored the first goal unassisted while David Smith scored the second goal (with an assist from Mike Meeks). Smith's goal was scored during man-up. cc-hiltOverall both teams had a number of opportunities for extra-man offense. Only one penalty did not have a goal associated with it. Churchville-Chili's Gray scored an unassisted goal to tie the game at 2-2. Hilton's Meeks scored unassisted during another man-up opportunity with 1:43 remaining to take the lead again for the Cadets. The first quarter ended with Hilton leading 3-2.

Hilton scored another man-up goal to open up the second quarter. Smith assisted Mike Barbone with 10:14 remaining in the half. Churchville-Chili came back from being two goals down to leading with three straight unanswered goals from three different Saints; Yunker, Nick Bruno and Taylor Kolmer scored for Churchville-Chili. With 4:52 remaining in the half, the Saints held a one goal lead. However, the Cadets did not let that stand and scored two more goals before halftime. Smith and Endres both scored unassisted goals at 2:46 and 2:07. Hilton led 6-5 at halftime.

The third quarter was all Churchville-Chili. The Saints scored two goals in the third quarter while holding the Cadets scoreless. Both goals were scored during extra-man offense. Yunker scored the first goal unassisted with 5:34 remaining in the quarter. With 0:05 remaining in the third quarter Yehl scored (assisted by Hemink) to take the lead for the Saints. At the end of the third quarter Churchville-Chili led 7-6.

Churchville-Chili added two goals to Hilton's one goal in the fourth quarter to increase their lead. The Saints scored the first goal of the quarter with Yunker scoring another unassisted goal. Hilton's Barbone scored the final goal for the Cadets with 6:06 remaining. Only 0:49 later Churchville-Chili added their final goal of the game with Gray assisting Scott Shamp for his first goal of the game.

For the Saints, Jack Corcoran played the entire game between the pipes and finished with eight saves. Churchville-Chili also controlled the face-off draw with Kolmer finishing 9/11 and Shamp finishing 5/6. Hilton won the ground ball battle 38-34. David Smith (5), Shane Endres (5) and Cory Endres (5) led in ground balls for the Cadets. Nick Bruno (10) led in ground balls for the Saints with Kolmer (6), Hemink (4) and Shamp (4) also adding to the total.

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McQuaid Jesuit 13 - Aquinas 8  

The book for McQuaid Jesuit: James Sturnick (4g-1a), Jack Pomeroy (3g), Jake Bailey (2g), Mike Crawford (1a), Alex Pochodylo (1g), Chris Barilla (2a), Ryan Williams (3g-1a), Goaltending: Pat Sheridan 6s/8ga (48 mins)

The book for Aquinas: Bernard Gauthier (1g-1a), Klay Heston (3g-1a), Austin Gorman (1g-1a), Mike Messina (1g), Dave Mason (2g), Goaltending: Erich Wischmeyer 0s/8ga (22 mins), Tom Mscichowski 3s/5ga (26 mins).

 -- updated McQuaid Jesuit took an early 8-1 lead at halftime, and after holding off late advances defeated Aquinas 13-8. The game began in a somber tone, as during the opening announcements it was noted that both the Knight and Little Irish communities were hit this week with tragic losses. Both teams had members of their lacrosse communities unexpectedly pass away this week.

McQuaid Jesuit's James Sturnick scored three of the first four goals of the Knights on his way to a team leading 4g-1a. Jack Pomeroy added a goal (assisted by Ryan Williams) for the Knights in the first quarter as well. Sturnick scored goals on each of his first four shots. The fourth goal for McQuaid Jesuit (Sturnick's third) was scored during extra-man offense with an assist mcq-aqfrom Chris Barilla with 1:18 remaining in the first quarter. Only 0:23 later the Little Irish were on the board with an unassisted goal by Klay Heston. Heston led his team with 3g-1a. There were a number of opportunities where Heston looked as if he was trying to get his entire team back in the game just by himself. He took the ball to the cage a number of times trying to will the ball into the back of the net. The first quarter ended with McQuaid Jesuit leading 4-1.

In the second quarter McQuaid Jesuit added four more goals while holding the Little Irish scoreless. Sturnick added his fourth and final goal at 10:47 remaining in the half. Only 0:43 later, defenseman Jake Bailey took the ball the entire length of the field for his first of two goals. Bailey also had three ground balls and three one-on-one takes for the Knights. Bailey was one of two defensive keys for the Knights. The later was Tim Caton who, took the face-off win and finished with seven ground balls and one face-off win. Pomeroy added his second goal of the game with an assist from behind the cage by Sturnick. The final goal came with 1:49 remaining in the quarter when Barilla found Alex Pochodylo open for the goal. The Knights scored eight on goals on their first eight shots on cage. Erich Wischmeyer played the first twenty-two minutes for the Little Irish before Tom Mscichowski took over between the pipes with two minutes remaining in the first half. Mscichowski finished with three saves for Aquinas. McQuaid led 8-1 after the first half.

Aquinas gathered at halftime and attempted to come back but it was too large of a deficit. Aquinas' Dave Mason scored the first of his two goals only 1:06 into the quarter with an outside shot. McQuaid Jesuit came back with two more goals from Ryan Williams and Pomeroy (assisted by Crawford). Pomeroy's final goal was scored man-up for the Knights. With 6:42 remaining in the quarter, Aquinas was assessed an illegal body check penalty, however, the Little Irish got the ball back and Heston scored on one of his force of will goals . The Little Irish were assessed nine penalties, with McQuaid Jesuit converting on three of their opportunities. The Knights added one more goal before the end of the quarter at 1:29 remaining with Williams adding his second of three goals for the game. In the final 0:36, the Little Irish added two more goals to win the third quarter 4-3. The first goal came in man-up with attackman Bernard Gauthier scoring off an assist from Austin Gorman. With 0:14 remaining in the third quarter Mason added his second goal with an assist from Heston. McQuaid Jesuit led 11-5 after three quarters.

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McQuaid opened up the scoring in the fourth quarter with an unassisted man-up goal by Williams. Aquinas came back with three goals in a row spanning just over two minutes late in the quarter. Heston, Messina, and Gorman each scored unassisted goals. Messina's goal was scored during extra-man offense. Gorman's goal started with a ground ball by Anthony Starnino on the outside, Starnino looked up field to Gauthier who found Gorman open across the crease. The final goal for Aquinas was scored at 2:05 remaining. The Little Irish were attempting to come back late and had momentum on their side. However, after a conduct violation the Knights started with the ball. Aquinas' Manny Magliocco knocked the ball down, but Bailey came up with the ball for McQuaid and took the ball the length of the field for his second goal and a stop to the Little Irish momentum. That was the final goal of the game.

McQuaid Jesuit did well at the face-off draw all day with junior midfielder Clark Hadley winning 15/23 face-offs for the Knights. For Aquinas, Messina finished 5/10 at the draw and had five ground balls for the Little Irish. Billy Lombardi finished with three ground balls for Aquinas. McQuaid won the ground ball battle 41-25; with Sturnick (8), Caton (7), Mike Crawford (6), Hadley (4) and goalie Pat Sheridan (4) all made contributions for the Knights. In the cage, Sheridan finished with six saves for McQuaid Jesuit.

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East Rochester 11 - Eastridge 6  

The book for Eastridge: Ethan Printy (3g-2a), Kevin Stewart (2g), Mike Mortillaro (1g), Goaltending: TJ Ennis 12s/11ga = 52% (48 mins)

The book for East Rochester: Torin Hudson (3g-1a), John Reiss (1g), Nick Reiss (2a), Clayton Vaughn (4g), Darnell Rhodes (2g-2a), Jordan Michele (1g-3a), Goaltending: Liridon Dervisholli 17s/6ga = 74% (48 mins).

 -- East Rochester improved their record to 3-3 with an 11-6 win over Eastridge. The Bombers led the entire game, including a seven goal streak spanning the third and fourth quarters. The Lancers started off strong, however, could not keep up the pace for the entire contest.

East Rochester scored first with an unassisted goal from Darnell Rhodes. Rhodes finished the game with 2g-2a for the Bombers. East Rochester's Clayton Vaughn scored the second Bombers goal, which was assisted by attackman Torin Hudson. Hudson finished the game with 3g-1a and Vaughn with 4g. Four different Bombers finished with a total of four points. Joining Rhodes, Hudson and Vaughn was attackman Jordan Michele with 1g-3a. The first goal for Eastridge was scored by midfielder Ethan Printy; Printy finished with 3g-2a for the Lancers. Printy was involved in all but one goal for the Lancers.

Kevin Stewart added his first of two goals for Eastridge with 11:12 remaining in the second quarter to tie the game for the first time. East Rochester's John and Nick Reiss scored the third Bomber goal. With only 1:19 remaining in the half, Stewart scored his second goals and tied the game for the second time at 3-3. The quarter ended with the score still tied.

The third quarter saw the start of the Bombers seven goal run. East Rochester scored the only three goals of the third quarter. Vaughn, Hudson and Michele each added a goal for the Bombers and Rhodes added two assists. The third quarter ended with East Rochester leading 6-3. In the fourth quarter, the Bombers continued their scoring adding the first four goals of the quarter. Hudson and Vaughn each added two goals with Michele adding two assists and N. Reiss adding one assist. With 7:32 remaining in the game the Bombers led 10-3. Printy scored two quick unassisted goals only 0:16 apart for Eastridge, the first of which was scored during extra-man offense. East Rochester scored their final goal of the game with 2:24 remaining Michele assisting Rhodes. The final goal of the game was scored by Mike Mortillaro (unassisted) for Eastridge.

In the cage, TJ Ennis played the entire game for the Lancers and had twelve saves (52%). Liridon Dervisholli played the entire game for East Rochester and finished with 17 saves (74%). Printy had a strong day at the face-off draw for Eastridge finishing 12/18. N. Reiss (8) and Hudson (6) led in ground balls for East Rochester. Printy (2) and Stewart (2) led for Eastridge.

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Spencerport 16 - Arc/Oly 4  

The book for Spencerport: Nick Fischer (5g-1a), Kristian Barbato (4g-1a), Marcus Palvino (1g-4a), Matt Kaser (1g-2a), Seth Miller (1g-2a), Austin Hintz (1g-2a), Ben Tribunella (2g), Alex Smith (1g), Goaltending: Tyler Schweikert 8s/4ga = 67% (48 mins)

The book for Arc/Oly: Billy Slapar (1g), Robert Kitchen (2g), Dustin Lenz Emmi (2a), Kendrick Heintzelman (1a), David Powlowski (1g), Goaltending: Shane Trost 22s/12ga = 65% (36 mins), Tyler Catalfano 10s/4ga = 71% (12 mins).

 -- It was Spencerport over Arc/Oly 16-4 in Monroe County D3 action at Spencerport tonight.

The Rangers scored the first three goals, but the Greece Lightning responded with two of their own to close the first quarter 3-2. Spencerport took off after that, scoring four in the third quarter, five in the third and four more in the last quarter, while hold the Lightning to two.

Nick Fischer (5g-1a), Kristian Barbato (4g-1a) and Marcus Palvino (1g-4a) led the offensive effort for Spencerport while Rob Kitchen's 2g led the Greece offense. Spencerport, now 2-2 will face East Rochester on Thursday.

 

Penfield 14 - HFL 8  

The book for Penfield: Dan O`Brien (2g), Tucker Nelson (6a), Justin Rehm (1g), Will Schoeneck (5g), Matt Bilak (2g-1a), Alex Miles (4g-1a), Goaltending: Jamie Solomon 11s/8ga = 58% (46 mins), Jake Smisloff 0s/0ga (2 mins)

The book for HFL: Tommy O`Leary (2g-1a), Nick Weston (1g), James Spencer (1a), Eric Boike (1g), Clai Kuhn (1g), Jason Breau (2g-1a), Jeff Roth (1a), Drew Tallon (1g) Goaltending: Jay Tallon 9s/14ga (48 mins).

 -- Penfield held HF-L scoreless in the final quarter and defeated them 14-8 this afternoon. The Patriots won both the first and third quarters as well, with the Cougars winning the second quarter. The Patriots had six different players make the scorebook, while the Cougars had eight players who scored.

The game began close with each team scoring immediately after the other. The score was tied at 1-1, 2-2, 3-3, 4-4, 5-5, 6-6 and 8-8 before Penfield pulled away and scored the final six goals of the contest. Dan O`Brien scored the opening goal for the Patriots. HF-L's Eric Boike added the first Cougar goal only 0:21 later. Alex Miles scored (unassisted) for the next Patriot goal. Miles, along with Tucker Nelson, Will Schoeneck and Matt Bilak combined for 11g-8a for Penfield's attack. Miles (4g-1a), Schoeneck (5g), Nelson (5a) and Bilak (2g-1a) were responsible for all but two goals (O`Brien's two unassisted goals). HF-L scored the next goal during extra-man offense. Nick Weston scored with an assist from Tommy O'Leary. Schoeneck scored the final goal of the first quarter (assisted by Bilak) for the Patriots. Schoeneck's goal was also scored during extra-man offense. The Patriots led 3-2 after the first quarter.

The Cougars struck first in the second quarter with Drew Tallon scoring (assisted by Jason Breau). The score was tied for the third time. Penfield's Justin Rehm scored the next goal (assisted by Nelson). O'Leary struck next for the Cougar with an unassisted extra-man goal to tie the score yet again. Only 0:44 later Miles scored unassisted to take the lead back for the Patriots. HFL was the first team to score two consecutive goals with back to back goals from Breau. The first assisted by James Spencer and the second was assisted by Jeff Roth This was the first time that the Cougars led the game, and the first half ended 6-5 in favor of HF-L.

The third quarter began with three Penfield goals spanning the first four minutes. Bilak, Miles and Schoeneck all added one goal for the Patriots, Nelson assisted by Miles and Schoeneck's goals. Penfield held a two goals lead for the first time in the game. However, HF-L quickly fought back with two goals to tie the game for the final time at 8-8. O'Leary and midfielder Clai Kuhn scored for the Cougars. The final goal for HF-L (Kuhn's) was scored with 3:44 remaining in the third quarter. The Patriots held HF-L scoreless for the final 15:44. Penfield started their six unanswered goals with two more in the third quarter. Miles (from Nelson) and Schoeneck each added one more goal. The Patriots led 10-8 after three quarters.

The fourth quarter was all Penfield with four unanswered goals. Schoeneck added two, with Bilak and O`Brien each adding one goal. Miles and Nelson each had one assist in the fourth quarter. The game was a close match for nearly three quarters and Penfield showed their depth and dedication by played all four quarters. In the cage, Penfield's Jake Smisloff played the final two minutes but not face a shot. Jamie Solomon played the majority of the game for the Patriots and finished with eleven saves (58%). Jay Tallon played the entire game for the Cougars and finished with nine saves.

At the draw, HF-L's senior midfielder Jordan Gushue dominated winning 19/26 (73%) and picking up twelve ground balls to lead his team. Keenan O'Brien (4), Nick Weston (4), Jay Tallon (4) and Jake Lee (4) also made contributions for the Cougars. For Penfield, Dan O`Brien (3), Charlie Cummins (3) and Miles (3) all led in ground ball production.

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Pittsford 11 - Irondequoit 5  

The book for Pittsford: James Purpura (3g-2a), Matt Gold (2g), Alex Kober (1g-1a), Jack Lauroesch (1g-1a), Matt Palmer (1g-1a), TJ Iuppa (1g), James Burke (1g), Steven Troup (1g), Corey Parke (1a), Goaltending: Alex Howell 5s/1ga = 83% (36 mins), Conor Quinn 2s/4ga (12 mins)

The book for Irondequoit: Gunnar Miller (1g), Nick Doktor (1a), Greg Coholan (1g), Jordan Napierala (1g), Erik Kleehammer (1g), Max Kostyk (1g-1a), Ian Brooks (1a), Goaltending: Tyler Nash 14s/11ga = 56% (48 mins).

 -- Pittsford had no difficulty with visiting Irondequoit this afternoon as outscored the Eagles 10-1 in the first three quarters before clearing the bench and winning 11-5 at Mendon High School. It was Coach Andrew Whipple's first win against Irondequoit with his brother Craig at the helm.

James Purpura (3g-2a) led the offensive charge with eight other players making the offensive book for the Panthers (3-1). Pittsford goalie Alex Howell (5s/1ga) played in the goal for the first three quarters. The Panthers will host Webster Thomas on Thursday.

 

Rush-Henrietta 12 - Victor 8  

The book for Rush-Henrietta: Jake Alvarez (3g-2a), Joe Perkins (2g-1a), Torry Whitcher (2a), Chris Aycock (1g), Chauncey Scissum (2g), Brad Sauln (1g-2a), Austin Freudenvoll (3g), Goaltending: Corey Spuck 11s/8ga = 58% (48 mins)

The book for Victor: Mitch Rupp (2g-2a), Max Hill (1a), Connor Kimball (2g), Andy Poitras (1g-1a), Pat D`Angelo (1g), John Maloney (2g) Goaltending: Steve Basile 18s/12ga = 60% (48 mins).

 -- R-H held Victor scoreless in the second quarter on their way to a 12-8 win. The Blue Devils started out strong but a stretch of five unanswered goals spanning the first and second quarters helped the Royal Comets to seal the victory. The third quarter was the only quarter that the Royal Comets did not outscore the Blue Devils.

Victor scored the first two goals of the game with an unassisted goal from Pat D'Angelo and a goal from Connor Kimball (assisted by Mitch Rupp). Only 0:17 after D'Angelo's goal, Jake Alvarez scored for the Royal Comets. Another 0:29 later, Joe Perkins added his first goal (assisted by Torry Whitcher). Alvarez, Perkins and Austin Freudenvoll combined in the attack for 8g-3a. With 7:23 remaining in the first quarter the score was tied 2-2. Victor scored their third goal with 4:08 remaining, with Andy Poitrus scoring unassisted. This was the last time the Blue Devils held the lead. RH scored the next five goals, two during the first quarter. Freudenvoll scored both goals with Alvarez and Brad Sauln assisting. The Royal Comets led 4-3 after the first quarter.

Three more goals staring out the second quarter cemented the RH lead. Three midfielders scored for the Royal Comets; Sauln, Chris Aycock and Chauncey Scissum scored for RH. The Royal Comets held the Blue Devils scoreless for the remainder of the second quarter to hold the 7-3 lead going into halftime. In the third quarter Victor's John Maloney scored the first goal with an assist from Max Hill. With 6:43 remaining Freudenvoll added his third goal and Alvarez scored his second assist for the Royal Comets. Victor added two more goals from Rupp, only 0:38 apart. Rupp's first goal was assisted by Poitrus. RH added the last goal of the quarter with 1:14 remaining with Perkins adding his second goal (assisted by Sauln). The third quarter ended with RH leading 9-6.

In the final quarter, RH added two more goals early on with Alvarez and Scissum scoring (assists from Whitcher and Perkins). Rupp added his final assist on a goal by Kimball with 8:14 remaining in the game. The final two goals were both unassisted with RH's Alvarez and Victor's John Maloney both scoring in the final minutes of regulation.

Collin O'Shea had a strong day at the face-off draw, finishing 15/24 (63%). O'Shea also led the Blue Devils in ground balls with nine. Defenseman Alex Davis (5) and Kimball (3) also made contributions in the ground ball tally. Sauln (6) led in ground balls with defensemen Dylan Saxon (3), Zach Ackerson (3) and Chris Swanson (3) also adding to the RH total. In the cave, Corey Spuck played the entire game for the Royal Comets and finished with eleven saves. Steve Basile played the whole game for Victor had had 18 saves.

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Newark 8 - Bloomfield-Honeoye 6  

The book for Bloomfield-Honeoye: Schyler Welch (1g), Luke Blain (1a), Luke Anderson (1g-1a), Zach Hammond (1g), Ben Cratsley (1g), Pat Marble (1g), Jered Maloney (1g), Goaltending: Jay Nichols 9s/8ga = 53% (48 mins)

The book for Newark: Luke Hartman (5g), Jack Timerson (1g-1a), Eli Ebanks (1g), Alex Peake (3a), Jeff Nowak (1g), Goaltending: Dominic Camblin 15s/6ga = 71% (48 mins).

 -- updated Bloomfield-Honeoye scored the only goal in the first quarter, but Newark rallied with three before the half to take a 3-2 halftime score to an 8-6 win at Honeoye this afternoon.

A four goal run by the Pride in the last quarter made the score 7-6. Newark's Alex Peake won the face off with help on the wing by Alex Thoms and then then found Luke Hartman for the eighth and final goal of the game. Senior attackman Luke Hartman (5g) was the offensive leader for the Reds.

Coach Henry Kuperus explained the win. "The players believe the game was won because Captain Jack Timerson gave up his coin toss calling position to Captain Nate 'Bones' Gardner and won it. I believe it was because for the first time this year we played together as a team defensively as well as offensively. "

 

Midlakes 18 - Waterloo 6  

The book for Waterloo: Joe Shaffer (1g), Tim Wright (1g-1a), Dylan Chilson (1a), Chance Lowry (2g), Mike Bohling (1g), John Butlak (1g), Goaltending: Josh Bailey 1s/5ga (12 mins), Zach Ramirez 8s/13ga (36 mins)

The book for Midlakes: Mike Newland (1g), Matt Barilla (4g-2a), Cory Gray (1g-2a), Tyler Brooks-Lambert (3g-1a), Nick Judge (5g-3a), Rob Buchwald (2a), Brandon Sauve (4g-1a), Goaltending: Tucker Jensen 3s/1ga = 75% (24 mins), Matt Brennessel 3s/5ga (24 mins).

 -- Midlakes spared no time, scoring five goals in the first and six more by halftime as they defeated host Waterloo 18-6 this afternoon. senior Nick Judge led the Midlakes offensive effort with 5g-3 and sophomore Brandon Sauve added 4g-2a for the Eagles who host Marcus Whitman on Thursday.

  

Livonia 14 - Bath 13  

The book for Livonia: Wyatt Struble (1g-3a), Jeff Wester (4g-4a), Mike Donals (5g-3a), Andrew Smith (3g), Josh Wester (1g), Goaltending: Ethan Jamison 11s/13ga (49 mins)

The book for Bath: Matt Nesbitt (1g), Drew Wager (1g), Zach Reed (2g-4a), Brian Gable (2g-1a), Mark Martuscello (4g), Nick Rossi (3g-4a), Tyler Hutcheson (1a), Goaltending: Robert Masti 6s/14ga (49 mins).

 -- Livonia's Mike Donals scored the game winning goal just 0:18 in overtime with an assist from Jeff Wester as Livonia defeated Bath 14-13. Wester and Donals combined for 16 points (out of 24 points total for Livonia). Wester finished with 4g-4a and Donals with 5g-3a. Both teams played a hard fought game. Coach Brett Wood, of Livonia, writes "this was a tough, well played game from both sides." Although Bath was tied a number of times, the Rams only led twice and neither for very long. The first time the Rams led for 1:09 before Livonia tied the game, and the second time was for 0:31 before Livonia tied the game.

Livonia started off the scoring at 10:19 remaining in the first quarter when Donals scored (assisted by Wester). Bath's Zach Reed, who finished with 2g-4a, scored the first goal for the Rams unassisted. Livonia added two more goals before the end of the quarter with Donals feeding Andrew Smith at both 3:30 and 3:14. The Bulldogs led 3-1 after the first quarter.

Bath's Drew Wagner scored the first goal of the second half, during extra-man offense with an assist from Reed. Livonia came back strong, scoring the next three goals to take a 6-2 lead with 9:23 remaining in the second quarter. Wester scored the first two (Donals assisted one) and Donals scored the third. Wyatt Struble assisted Donals goal. Struble finished with 1g-3a for the Bulldogs. Bath scored the next two goals to bring the game back within two goals. Nick Rossi, who led the Rams with 3g-4a, scored his first goal with an assist by Reed. Reed also assisted the second bath goal to Brian Gable. Wester came back with another unassisted goal with 4:03 remaining in the quarter. The last goal of the first half was scored by Bath. Rossi assisted Mark Martuscello with 2:16 remaining. Going into halftime Livonia maintained a 7-5 lead.

Bath came out of halftime and scored the first two goals to tie the game for the first time. Martuscello scored (assisted by Rossi), followed by Rossi scoring his own goal (unassisted). With 9:49 remaining in the third, the Rams had wiped away the Bulldogs lead, but Livonia came back over the span of the next three minutes, scoring three more goals. Struble, Wester and Smith each scored a goal for the Bulldogs. Livonia led 10-7. Only 0:42 later Bath started their comeback. Reed scored (assisted by Gable) followed by two goals from Martuscello to tied the game. Martuscello's goals were assisted by Rossi and Tyler Hutcheson. With 3:49 remaining in the quarter the score was tied yet again. Gable scored (assisted by Rossi) with 1:26 remaining in the quarter to give Bath their first lead of the game. Bath led 11-10; however, only 1:09 later at 0:17 remaining in the quarter, Donals added another goal for Livonia (assisted by Wester). After three quarters, the game was tied 11-11.

Going into the fourth quarter, Wester scored with 8:38 remaining to take back the lead. Bath scored their final two goals of the game with unassisted goals by Nesbitt and a goal from Rossi (assisted by Reed). Bath led for the second time in the game, however, this lead only lasted 0:31. Livonia's Donals scored the tying goal with 1:49 remaining in regulation. Livonia won the ensuing face-off and called a time out with 0:48 remaining in the game. Coach Wood gave the ball to Wester behind the cage. Wester worked around the cage and fed the ball to Chris Bausch with 0:11 remaining. Bausch fired, but missed the cage. Livonia backed-up the shot and had one more chance. Wester drove from behind the cage and attempted to score himself, however, the Bath defense was able to shut him down.

Going into overtime, Wester took the face-off and after picking up his own ground ball, made his way down to the cage. Wester found Donals open near the crease and Donals finished into the back of the net. For Bath, Martuscello and Nesbitt each had eleven ground balls. Reed (8), Trevor Lang (7) and Rossi (7) also made significant contributions in ground balls for Bath. For Livonia, Wester had twelve ground balls with Josh Wester (8) and Tristian Hudak (3) also aiding to the Bulldog's totals.

In the cage, Robert Masti played the entire game for the Bath and finished with six saves. For Livonia, Ethan Jamison played the entire game and had ten saves. At the face-off draw, the teams were evenly matched. Jeff Wester finished with 13/26 (50%) for Livonia and Nesbitt finished 12/26 for the Rams.

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