Thursday: Three Games in Double Overtime

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Sixteen games but three went to double overtime. HF-L beat Schroeder 8-7, Pittsford beat Thomas 13-12 and McQuaid Jesuit beat Livonia 7-6, each in the second overtime period. Penn Yan remained unbeaten with a 15-13 win over West Seneca East (Section 6) and East Rochester beat Spencerport 12-11 while Batavia was a 9-8 winner over Eastridge.

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Pittsford 13 - Thomas 12  

The book for Pittsford: TJ Iuppa (1g-1a), James Burke (2g), Matt Palmer (1g), Thomas Rodenhouse (1a), Alex Kober (2g-1a), Matt Gold (3g-1a), James Purpura (4g-1a), Goaltending: Alex Howell 8s/12ga (53 mins)

The book for Thomas: Kenny Tomeno (2g), Brad Hutton (1g), Jack Hinderland (2g), Kyle Rothfuss (4g-1a), JT Hauck (3g-2a), Goaltending: Don Grace 13s/13ga = 50% (53 mins).

 -- special report Senior attackman James Purpura (4g-1a) was the hero, as his unassisted goal in the second overtime period, lifted Pittsford over visiting Webster Thomas 13-12. It was a game of tiny runs, with Thomas holding a three goal lead once and for only a brief time in the first quarter. Both teams had to make comebacks, the most demonstrative of which was Pittsford, who in the last quarter fought back from two goals down to tie the game on a goal by junior midfielder Matt Gold (assisted by Alex Kober) with 0:19 left on the clock.

Thomas scored the first two goals of the game. Junior attackman Kyle Rothfuss drove from top right and scored from the outside at 9:18. Senior midfielder Kenny Tomeno scored on a bounce shot and an assist from JT Hauck to give the Patriots a 2-0 lead which they kept for forty-one seconds. pit-rltPittsford got on the scoreboard with an unassisted goal by Kober when, after fast break clear and a shot that bounced off Thomas goalie Don Grace, he picked up the rebound and popped it in the cage.

Two minutes later, Thomas made it 3-2 when Brad Hutton scored with in inside feed from Rothfuss in man up. Although it appeared that the Titans had a vast majority of ball time, it was a shooting fest in the first quarter, with Pittsford taking eight shots (all on) and Thomas taking fourteen shots (ten on). The Panthers pulled the score back to within one goal when senior middie TJ Iuppa drove from behind the cage and after two switchbacks, scored on a bounce shot to take the score to 3-2 Thomas. The Titans came back a minute later with another drive by Rothfuss with 2:47 left and then took the score to 5-2 with an unassisted goal by Tomeno with 0:38 left. Pittsford came back after the face off and took the ball behind the cage, waiting for the last shot, which came with one second left in the quarter and a goal by Purpura. The Patriots led 5-3 after twelve minutes.

The second quarter belonged to the Panthers, who scored six goals, to three for Thomas, but the scoring was, like the first quarter, back and forth. A difference, however, was that in the first quarter, both teams seemed to "run-and gun" and although the Titans had a number of assisted goals, the offenses for both teams were single dimensional. In the second quarter the offensive units settled down and became more patient while looking for play-making opportunities. The goal production, however came mostly from drives and sweeps at both ends of the field.
pit-rltPittsford briefly came back to a one goal at 10:34 when Gold (3g-1a) scored on a drive from the side and (after scoring) ended up in at the goalies feet. Thirty-one seconds later, Hauck scored on a drive from the top of the box, giving the Titans a 6-4 lead. Both goalies struggled with the next part of the game, as Pittsford scored on their next five shots while Thomas scored on their next three. Taking turns, Pittsford scored, while Thomas was caught exchanging players, as Kober (2g-1a) put one in with an assist from Gold at 8:16. Thomas was next (at 7:47) with another unassisted goal by Hauck (sweep right) and Pittsford junior middie James Burke used the same sweep at his end of the field to take the score to 7-6 Titans. Thomas went up by two again when Hinderland scored on his drive from the left.

Thomas Rodenhouse made a drive to the goal, but dumped the ball off to Gold on the crease and one minute later, Purpura scored on a bounce shot after receiving the ball from Iuppa. The ball bounced off the goalie's stick and up and over his head at 4:57. After the face off, Thomas went right to work, with another unassisted goal by Hauck. Purpura tied the game at 2:54 with an isolation dodge from behind the cage and a shot into the high outside corner. At this point the Panther offensive had settled into a passing pattern, moving the ball on the outside quite well, and building obvious confidence in doing so. The teams were tied as they left the field for the halftime break.

After the break, there was a great deal of transition, but only one goal; an unassisted score by Burke for the Panthers who had twelve shots in the quarter (only two by Thomas). Don Grace made six saves including the last four in a row. Pittsford goalie, Alex Howell saved both of the Titan shots on. Pittsford had a one goal lead after three quarters.

pit-rltThe last quarter saw a series of runs, starting with Thomas with three goals in a row. Hauck made a beautiful cross crease pass after driving from the left to give Rothfuss a goal at 10:59. Hinderland scored thirty seconds later when he got by a Pittsford defender and shot from a step past the goal line extended. After five minutes of transition and simple takes, Thomas had the ball and after forty-five seconds of sweeps and outside passes, Rothfuss threw and outside bounce shot past Howell to give the Titans an 12-10 lead with 4:17 left in the game.

Pittsford was patient in offense and their long-sticks were aggressive. They took advantage of one of the few penalties and scored in man up (Matt Palmer from Purpura on a pass to the wing) at 2:14. With less than a minute, the Panthers slowed their offense and Kober found Gold on the wing for the tying goal with 0:19 left in regulation.

In the first overtime period, Pittsford had two shots; the first by Purpura was saved by Grace. Ryan Sullivan had a big take away to give the Panthers another shot, but Burke's shot was wide. In the second overtime period, Nino DiPasquale won the face off for Pittsford and picked up his own ground ball and moved it to the Panther offense. Purpura took the ball behind the cage in isolation and drove to the cage for the unassisted goal at 3:26.

It was an exciting and interesting game, with simple one-on-one drives and complex passing plays. There were small runs, but neither team dominated the game. Neither goalie had an outstanding day, but both made important, game changing saves. Clears, shots and ground balls were pretty even, but Thomas was the face off winner, taking sixty-five percent on the efforts of Tomeno who won14 of 19. In the end, however, "there can be only one", and after fifty-three minutes, this one went to Pittsford.

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Batavia 9 - Eastridge 8  

The book for Batavia: Kyle Maniace (1g-1a), Chip Chapman (4g-1a), Will Mulcahy (4g-2a), Goaltending: Theo Hill 15s/8ga = 65% (48 mins)

The book for Eastridge: Mike Mortillaro (3g-1a), Ethan Printy (2g), Chris Giruzzi (1g), Brandon Burley (1g), Nick Manaci (1g), Kevin Schlyer (1a), Goaltending: TJ Ennis 18s/9ga = 67% (47 mins), Kevin Schlyer 1s/0ga = 100% (1 mins).

 -- Batavia took the first quarter 3-1 and led at the half 6-2, but the Lancers came back in the second half, scoring two unanswered goals in the third and outscoring the Blue Devils 4-3 in the last quarter. It was not enough, however, as Batavia held on and won 9-8.

Batavia went up 9-7 with 28.6 seconds left but Eastridge scored came back with 5.8 seconds left. The Lancers won the ensuing face off and called a timeout with 3.2 seconds. Ethan Printy raced the ball towards the goal and got a shot off that went in the goal just after the final buzzer went off, no goal.

 

Penfield 10 - Brockport 6  

The book for Penfield: Dan O`Brien (2a), Matt Condon (1a), Tucker Nelson (1g-5a), Will Schoeneck (4g), Matt Bilak (3g), Alex Miles (2g), Goaltending: Jamie Solomon 4s/4ga = 50% (46 mins), Jake Smisloff 1s/2ga (2 mins)

The book for Brockport: Geoff Catlin (2g), Nick Sutphen (2g), Jake Burns (1g), Jack Burns (1g-1a), Trevor Hayward (3a), Goaltending: Paul Duthoy 11s/10ga = 52% (48 mins).

 -- Penfield scored a majority of their goals in streaks, scoring two sets of four straight unanswered goals and one pair of unanswered goals in their defeat of Brockport 10-6. The Patriots had six players make the scorebook and were led by Tucker Nelson, who finished with 1g-5a. Attackman Will Schoeneck (12) and Matt Bilak (10) accounted for more shots between the two of them then the entire Brockport team (16).

Brockport scored the first goal less than 15 seconds into the game with an unassisted goal by Nick Sutphen. Sutphen scored two goals for the Blue Devils. Brockport held the Patriots scoreless for over nine minutes before Schoeneck added two of his four goals (both were assisted by Nelson). The Patriots led 2-1 after the first quarter.

Penfield added two more goals early in the fourth to continuing their first four goal streak. Goals from Bilak (assisted by O'Brien) and Miles (unassisted) rounded out the first volley of Patriot scoring. Brockport's Sutphen scored next with an assist from Trevor Hayward. Penfield added one more goals before the end of the quarter. Nelson assisted Miles with 1:51 remaining to take a three goal lead into halftime (5-2).

Schoeneck's third goal (assisted by Nelson) opened up the scoring in the second half. Brockport scored the next two goals, to bring the score within two goals. Geoff Catlin and Jake Burns both scored (with both assists coming from Hayward). That was the closest that the Blue Devils came, as Penfield began their second four-goal streak. Nelson (assisted by Condon) and Schoeneck's final goal were both scored before the end of the three quarter (8-4 Penfield).

Bilak added his final two goals at 9:37 and 8:06 in the fourth quarter. The first goal was assisted by O'Brien and the second was assisted by Nelson. Brockport's final two goals both came in the final one minute of play. Catlin scored with 0:56 and Jack Burns with 0:17. In the cage for Brockport, Paul Duthoy played the entire game and finished with eleven saves. Jamie Solomon played all but the final two minutes for the Patriots and finished with four saves and four goals against. Jake Smisloff finished the game for Penfield and had one save.

Penfield's Connor Russell finished at 94% at the draw (15/16) including 10/10 in non-technical face-offs. Russell also added seven ground balls for the Patriots. Other ground ball contributions came from Solomon (5), Charlie Cummins (5) and Condon (4). For Brockport, defenseman John Pacitto (8) led the charge in ground balls with attackman Dominic Trento (4) and defenseman Pat Steves (3) and midfielder Jake Burns (3) adding to the count.

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Irondequoit 16 - Rush-Henrietta 7  

The book for Rush-Henrietta: Tyler Badger (1g), Jake Alvarez (1g-2a), Joe Perkins (1g-1a), Torry Whitcher (2g), Kenny Pattridge (1g), Chris Aycock (1g), Goaltending: Corey Spuck 8s/15ga (40 mins), Mark Wagner 2s/1ga = 67% (8 mins)

The book for Irondequoit: Erik Kleehammer (1g), Max Kostyk (3g), Ian Brooks (1g), Briele Caples (1a), Gunnar Miller (1g), Nick Doktor (1g-4a), Jordan Napierala (3g), Matt Wolfe (2g), Greg Coholan (2g), Emmy Poccia (2g-2a), Goaltending: Tyler Nash 9s/5ga = 64% (36 mins), Eric Fischer 4s/2ga = 67% (12 mins).

 -- special report Irondequoit won each of the four quarters to defeat R-H 16-7. The Eagles took an early lead and never looked back. Irondequoit led 16-5 late into the fourth quarter, with RH adding the final two goals of the game.

The Eagles scored seven out of the first eight goals spanning both of the first two quarters. In the first quarter, the Eagles scored the first four goals of the contest with goals from two midfielders and two attackman. Midfielders Matt Wolfe and Jordan Napierala scored the first two goals (Nick Doktor assisted the opening goal with a feed from behind the cage). Attackman Emmy Poccia and Erik Kleehammer scored the third and fourth goals from Irondequoit (Doktor added another assist to Kleehammer's goal after finding him open on the crease). RH's inaugural goal was scored by attackman Joe Perkins with an assist by Jake Alvarez during a fast-break situation. Irondequoit added the final goal of the quarter only 0:29 later with Doktor feeding Wolfe again from behind the cage. The Eagles led 5-1 after the first quarter.

Irondequoit added two more early in the second quarter with Napierala's second goal (assisted by Doktor) and midfielder Gunnar Miller adding his first goal with a straight drive from the outside. With 7:39 remaining in the first half, the Eagles led 7-1. RH added one more goal before halftime. Torry Whitcher took the ball behind the cage, with a flag down, and drove towards the cage. Whitcher came around the right side and put the ball into the back of the net. The score at the end of the first half was 7-2.

RH scored the first two goals of the third quarter. The opening goal of the quarter was scored during a man-up opportunity from the end of the second quarter. The Royal Comets started with possession and finished with a goal from Chris Aycock (assisted by Perkins). Whitcher added his second goal with a drive down the right side of the field. RH had pulled within three goals, however that was as close as they got. Irondequoit added the next five goals (and nine out of the next ten). The Eagles scored all five of the goals in a span of 2:12, to increase their led to 12-4. The Royal Comets final two goals, one in the third and one in the fourth, were scored by Tyler Badger and Kenny Partridge. His goal was assisted by Alvarez.

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Canandaigua 15 - Hilton 4  

The book for Hilton: Mike Meeks (1g-1a), Cory Endres (1g), David Smith (1g-1a), Jake Montgomery (1g), Goaltending: Mitch Smith 15s/15ga = 50% (48 mins)

The book for Canandaigua: Jordan Reals (3g-3a), Adam Knapton (2g), Deven Alves (1g-3a), Tom LaCrosse (1g), Gannon Osborn (1g-4a), Bryan Peck (1g-1a), Collin Peck (1g), Matt Scharr (1g-2a), Evan Helming (2g-2a), Nick Smith (2g), Goaltending: Nick King 5s/2ga = 71% (24 mins), Corey Griffin 2s/1ga = 67% (12 mins), LaShawn Williams 2s/1ga = 67% (12 mins).

 -- Canandaigua remained undefeated (5-0) with a 15-4 win over their hosts at Hilton tonight. Nine players made the offensive book and the Braves used three goalies.

The Cadets had four different scorers, one in each of the quarters.

Canandaigua, with a winning streak of twenty-five games, will host Section Four powerhouse, Corning East, on Saturday. It was one year (to the date) that the Braves lost to the Trojans 6-9, and they have been winning every since.

 

Fairport 18 - Churchville-Chili 8  

The book for Fairport: Chris Button (6g-2a), Andrew Hays (1a), Stephen Danylyshyn (2g), Brendan Saylor (2g-2a), Martin Manilla (2g-4a), Tim Modesti (1g), Brian Martin (1g), Chris Benza (1g), Derek DeJoe (2a), Austin Roland (2g), Sam Covell (1g), Jerry Warner (1a), Kyle Hale (1a), Goaltending: Blaze Riorden 5s/1ga = 83% (24 mins), Kyle Bowerman 4s/7ga (24 mins)

The book for Churchville-Chili: Ryan Yunker (3g-2a), Alex Pavone (1g-1a), Zach Yehl (2g), Jon Hemink (1a), Kevin Widzinski (1g), Nick Bruno (1g), Goaltending: Jack Corcoran 8s/12ga (24 mins), Wolodia Huley 4s/6ga (24 mins).

 -- Fairport easily controlled Churchville-Chili, winning 18-8. The Red Raiders came out strong scoring twelve goals in the first half, while holding the Saints to one goal. The game was much closer in the second half, when the Red Raiders cleared the bench. In the fourth quarter the Saints won 5-4, scoring three goals early in the fourth quarter.

In the cage, Blaze Riorden played the first half for Fairport and finished with five saves (83%). Kyle Bowerman picked up at halftime and completed the game with four saves. Churchville-Chili also split goalie at the half with Jack Corcoran starting the game with eight saves and Wolodia Hurley finishing the game with four saves.

Fairport scored the first goal with Andrew Hays assisting Chris Button who was the big scorer for the Red Raiders, finishing with 6g-2a. Churchville-Chili scored their first goal of the game with an unassisted goal by Zach Yehl with 7:26 remaining in the first quarter. The Saints did not score again for 19 minutes until the opening 0:15 of the third quarter. In that time Fairport added eleven goals. Starting the second quarter, Martin Manilla added three assists for the Red Raiders on the first three goals (including one extra-man goal). Churchville-Chili's opening goal of the third quarter was scored with 11:44 remaining in the quarter when Alex Pavone found Yehl open during a man-up opportunity. Both teams added two goals during the third quarter. Churchville-Chili's Alex Pavone and Jon Hemink hooked up for their second goal. Fairport saw scoring from Button and Manilla with Derek DeJoe assisting Button.

Stephen Danylyshyn scored unassisted to start the scoring frenzy in the fourth quarter for Fairport. Churchville-Chili scored the next three goals with defenseman Nick Bruno and attackmen Ryan Yunker and Kevin Widzinski all scoring. Yunker assisted both Bruno and Widzinski's goals. The final two Churchville-Chili goals were both scored by Yunker. Austin Roland and Sam Covell rounded out the scoring for Fairport.

Fairport also controlled the face-off draw. Jerry Warner (5/6) and Danylyshyn (8/12) both had strong games at the draw. Long stick midfielder James Cunningham led the Red Raiders in ground balls with eleven; all told 21 Fairport players had at least one ground ball. Bruno (8), midfielder Taylor Kolmer (7) and attackman Pavone (4) led in ground balls for the Saints.

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Victor 15 - Gates Chili 7  

The book for Gates Chili: Dan Daugherty (1a), Cam Gormel (1g), Grant Ferguson (1g-1a), Steven Campaniello (1g-1a), Matt Martin (2g), Kyle Eckam (1g), Joe Drabin (1g), Goaltending: Brian Lane 16s/15ga = 52% (48 mins)

The book for Victor: Mitch Rupp (3g-1a), Max Hill (1a), Pat D`Angelo (3g-4a), John Maloney (3g), Brian Gilbert (1g), Max Lawless (1a), Trevor O`Shea (3g-1a), Mike Ewanechko (1g-1a), Dale Mattice (1g), Goaltending: Steve Basile 10s/5ga = 67% (36 mins), John Phillips 7s/2ga = 77% (12 mins).

 -- Victor scored nine unanswered goals to move from a tie game to a significant lead to cement their 15-7 victory over Gates-Chili. The Blue Devils held the Spartans scoreless for 23 minutes spanning the second, third and fourth quarters.

Victor scored the first three goals of the contest from three different players. Pat D'Angelo, Mitch Rupp and Trevor O'Shea each scored in the first four minutes. O'Shea and D'Angelo both also got assists in those same goals. With 8:56 remaining in the first quarter Victor led 3-0. Gates-Chili came back scoring the next three goals to tie the game with goals from Matt Martin, Cam Gormel and Grant Ferguson. Steven Campaniello assisted Martin's goal during an extra-man opportunity. Victor added the last goal of the quarter to take the one goal lead into the second quarter with another goal by Rupp. Victor led 4-3.

The game remained close through the first half of the second quarter. Joe Drabin scored for Gates-Chili to tie the game at 4-4. Two minutes later Rupp added his third goal (assisted by D'Angelo) during another man-up opportunity. With 7:10 remaining in the second quarter the Spartans added their last goal for 23 minutes when Dan Daugherty assisted Campaniello. Victor scored six straight goals to close out of half. John Maloney, D'Angelo and O'Shea scored two goals each in the series. The score was 11-5 at halftime.

Coming out of halftime the Blue Devils kept up the pressure with another three unanswered goals, spanning the entire quarter. Dale Mattice, Brian Gilbert (assisted by Mike Ewanechko) and Maloney scored in the third quarter Victor. Ewanechko, in his first year on Varsity, scored 1g-1a during the game, bringing his season total to 2g-2a. It wasn't until 8:27 remaining in the fourth quarter that the Spartans broke their scoring draught with an unassisted goal from Kyle Eckam. Ewanechko scored the final Blue Devil's goal (assisted by Max Lawless). The final goal of the game was scored with an assist from Ferguson to Matt Martin with 1:34 remaining.

Victor split goalies after the third quarter; Steve Basile (67%) finished with ten saves and John Phillips (77%) finished with seven saves. Brian Lane played the entire game for the Spartans and finished with 16 saves (52%). Collin O'Shea finished at 71% at the draw for the Blue Devils, also scooping up 13 ground balls. Overall, 19 players had at least one ground ball for Victor. Midfielder Pete DiLaura led the Spartans with six ground balls and Campaniello finished with four.

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HFL 8 - Schroeder 7  

The book for Schroeder: Cody Consul (1g-1a), Alex Powell (1g), Tommy Roach (1a), Johnny Murray (1g), Pete Noto (1g), Mike Blood (1g), Cody Henry (2g), Tyler Mason (1a), Goaltending: Scott Tota 7s/8ga (53 mins)

The book for HFL: Nick Weston (2g), Eric Boike (2g-1a), Clai Kuhn (3g), Mickey Allan (1a), Jason Breau (1g), Goaltending: Jay Tallon 10s/7ga = 59% (53 mins).

 -- HF-L scored two goals in the final 1:26 seconds to send the game into overtime and with 3:00 remaining in the second overtime period Jason Breau scored unassisted to give the Cougars an 8-7 win over Webster Schroeder. The Cougars were tied at three different points during the game, but never led until the winning goal.

Schroeder's Cody Henry scored the opening goal with an assist from Tommy Roach. HF-L kept the game close with their own goal, an unassisted goal by Clai Kuhn. Only 0:22 later the Warriors scored the second goal with face-off man Pete Noto scoring unassisted. Noto finished the game 6/14 at the draw. HF-L's Jordan Gushue finished at 58% (11/19). The first quarter ended with Schroeder leading 2-1. HF-L tied the score again at 2-2 with the opening goal of the second quarter. Eric Boike passed the ball to Nick Weston with 10:50 remaining in the first half. Schroeder came back with two goals over the next six minutes to take the first two goal lead of the game. Cody Consul and Henry both added unassisted goals for the Warriors. With only 1:44 remaining in the second quarter Boike added a man-up goal with an assist from Mickey Allan. The Warrior held on to their one goal lead 4-3 at halftime.

It was over twelve minutes before either team scored again with Schroeder scoring with 0:29 remaining in the third quarter. Defenseman Mike Blood scored during man-up with an assist from Consul. After three quarters the Warriors had built up their second two goal lead of the game (5-3).

Only 0:25 into the fourth quarter the Warriors added another goal to increase their lead to three goals. Tyler Mason found Alex Powell open for the goal. Schroeder looked to be in control of the game, however the Cougars were far from out. Only 0:22 later HF-L was back on the board with an unassisted goal from Kuhn. Four minutes later Kuhn added another unassisted goal to bring the game within one goal. Johnny Murray added the final Schroeder goal with 4:20 remaining in regulation. Schroeder was back to a two goal lead with limited time remaining. HF-L kept up the pressure, refusing to give in. With 1:26 remaining , Weston added his second goal of the game to bring the score within one goal. The Cougars kept up the pressure and were able to get another shot at the offense end of the field and with 0:03 remaining Boike scored the tying goal to send the game into overtime.

HF-L's Gushue won the face-off for the Cougars with Allan picking up the ground ball. The Cougars took the ball down and worked the ball around the offense. Eventually Weston came up with a shot on cage that was saved by Tota. Schroeder cleared the ball up field and had two opportunities at the net before the first overtime expired. Noto and Consul both had shots on cage that were saves by Tallon. The first overtime ended in a tie. Gushue won the face-off again with Deanan O'Brien scooping up the ground ball. The Cougars took their time again and with 3:00 remaining, Breau scored unassisted to complete the comeback for the Cougars and give them their first lead of the game at the only point that mattered.

O'Brien led the Cougars in ground balls with nine. Allan (5), Gushue (4), Tallon (3) and Alex Moyer (3) all made solid contributions to the Cougar total. The Cougars won the ground ball battle 35-28. Martin (4), Consul (3), Tota (3) and Blood (3) all led in ground ball production for the Warriors.

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East Rochester 12 - Spencerport 11  

The book for East Rochester: Torin Hudson (1g), John Reiss (2g), Nick Reiss (2g), Clayton Vaughn (1g-1a), Darnell Rhodes (2g-2a), Kyle Knopp (1a), Jordan Michele (2g-2a), Raymond Shalvoy (2g), Goaltending: Liridon Dervisholli 12s/11ga = 52% (48 mins)

The book for Spencerport: Kristian Barbato (2g), Ben Tribunella (2g-1a), Seth Miller (1g-1a), Nick Fischer (3g-2a), Alex Smith (1g-1a), Matt Kaser (1a), Marcus Palvino (2g-4a), Goaltending: Tyler Schweikert 11s/11ga = 50% (47 mins), Andrew Connolly 0s/1ga (1 mins).

 -- Although the game did not go to overtime, like so many today, East Rochester versus Spencerport was one of the most exciting, with the Bombers pulling out at narrow 12-11 victory with two unanswered goals in the fourth quarter. The game in general was plagued by penalties with twenty-six assessed between both teams and Spencerport in general spending 16:00 in the penalty box. Regardless of the number of penalties, only six were scored during man-up.

Spencerport scored within the first minute with an unassisted goal from Nick Fischer. East Rochester came back quickly with their own unassisted goal from Darnell Rhodes. Rhodes finished with 2g-2a for the Bombers, while Fischer finished with 3g-2a for the Rangers. Midfielder Seth Miller looked to midfielder Marcus Palvino for the next Spencerport goal with 4:22 remaining in the opening quarter. Two minutes later Nick Reiss tied the score again with an unassisted goal. Spencerport added the last goal of the quarter when Palvino assisted Fischer. The Rangers led 3-2 after the first quarter.

Spencerport kept up the pressure in the second quarter when Palvino assisted Kristian Barbato to take the first two goal lead of the game (4-2). However, East Rochester had other plans, scoring in 0:37 with Jordan Michele assisting Raymond Shalvoy. John Reiss added two more unassisted goals for the Bombers at 9:15 and then again seventeen second later at 8:58. East Rochester moved from being down by two to leading in under 1:25. Again the momentum swung back to the Rangers, who scored four unanswered goals. Ben Tribunella started the swing with an extra-man goal (assisted by Fischer). Fischer also assisted the second goal, this time with Palvino scoring. Spencerport had taken back the lead halfway through the second quarter. Alex Smith (from Tribunella) and Tribunella (from Smith) scored the final two goals of the second quarter for the Rangers to increase their lead to three (8-5). With only 0:01 remaining on the clock in the first half Nick Reiss scored his first goal (assisted by Kyle Knopp) to bring the game back to within two goals.

The last goal started the momentum going back in the Bombers direction. Coming out of halftime East Rochester scored the first four goals to take a tow goal lead. Each of the four goals were scored by different players and three out of four involved Rhodes. He scored the first goal unassisted. Michele scored the second (assisted by Rhodes) and scored during man-up. Clayton Vaughn scored the third (assisted by Michele) and also during man-up. Finally, Torin Hudson scored the fourth (assisted by Rhodes). Once again the pendulum moved back towards the Rangers. Spencerport finished their scoring with three more goals, all assisted. Barbato (from Kaser), Miller (from Palvino) and Fischer (from Palvino) brought the Rangers from down by two to leading the game at the end of the third quarter. With fourteen minutes left to play the Rangers led 11-10.

East Rochester held Spencerport scoreless for the last fourteen minutes while adding two of their own, both during extra-man offense. Vaughn assisted Michele with 5:59 remaining in the fourth quarter and Shalvoy scored unassisted with 4:56 remaining in the game. The Bombers held on the rest of the game to cement the victory.

East Rochester's Liridon Dervisholli played the entire game and finished with twelve saves. Tyler Schweikert played all but the final minute and finished with eleven saves. Andrew Connolly played one minute during a penalty for Schweikert, but did not have any saves. Miller finished 13/24 at the draw for Spencerport.

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Mynderse 14 - Waterloo 10  

The book for Mynderse: Matt Koopman (4g-4a), Mike Clark (5g), Aaron Peterman (1g-2a), Nick Giovannini (3g), Danny Galusha (3a), Brett Wood (1g-1a), Goaltending: Tim Trickler 17s/10ga = 63% (48 mins)

The book for Waterloo: Tim Wright (3g-1a), Cody Riegel (5g-3a), Dylan Chilson (1g), Chance Lowry (1g) Goaltending.

 -- Junior middie Danny Galusha (3a) did a great job at the face off winning 21 of 26 draws for Mynderse Academy in their 14-10 win over visiting Waterloo.

Senior attackman Matt Koopman (4g-4a) and junior Mike Clark (5g) led the offensive effort with five others for the Blue Devils.

 

Midlakes 21 - Marcus Whitman 5  

The book for Midlakes: Mike Newland (3g), Matt Barilla (3g-4a), Cory Gray (3g-3a), Tyler Brooks-Lambert (3g-6a), Nick Judge (4g-1a), Rob Buchwald (1g), Brandon Sauve (3g), Chris Swart (1g), Goaltending: Tucker Jensen 2s/4ga (24 mins), Matt Brennessel 2s/1ga = 67% (24 mins)

The book for Marcus Whitman: Jaime Vogt (2g), Taylor Lazzaro (1g), Perry Mortensen (1g), Jeffrey Bero (1g), Goaltending: Nick Cosmano 4s/11ga (24 mins), Bobby Mason 2s/10ga (24 mins).

 -- Midlakes scored eight goals in the first quarter and seventeen before the half on the way to a 21-5 win over traveling Marcus Whitman.

It was a tough day for the Wildcats, as after scoring four goals in the first quarter, they were held scoreless until the last quarter. Seven players scored for the Eagles, each posting at least three scored each. Marcus Whitman hosts Livonia on Saturday.

 

Geneva 16 - Newark 1  

The book for Geneva: Sam Rollo (2g-2a), Zach Koczent (3g), Frank Triana (3g), Will Brennan (2g), Billy Eddington (2g-1a), Patrick Roll (2g), Steve Fabrizio (1g-1a), Mike Warner (1g), Goaltending: Ross Dinan 7s/1ga = 88% (48 mins)

The book for Newark: Jack Timerson (1g), Goaltending: Dominic Camblin 11s/10ga = 52% (32 mins), Nate Gardner 4s/2ga = 67% (16 mins).

 -- Geneva scored five unanswered goal sin the first quarter on their way to a 16-1 victory over Newark in an afternoon game at Geneva.

Eight different players made the offensive book for the Panthers. Junior attackman Jack Timerson scored the loan goal for the Reds.

 

Bloomfield-Honeoye 11 - Pal-Mac 5  

The book for Bloomfield-Honeoye: Jered Maloney (1g), Luke Blain (1a), Luke Anderson (3g), Sean Beaney (1g-1a), Zach Hammond (2g), Ben Cratsley (2g), Zach Blain (2g), Keeton Mashtare (1a), Goaltending: Jay Nichols 17s/5ga = 77% (48 mins)

The book for Pal-Mac: Ben Reeves (1g-2a), Edmund Williams (1g), Mike DeMar (1g-1a), Mike Russell (2g), Mike Marvin (1a), Goaltending: Matt Carkner 10s/11ga (48 mins)

 -- Bloomfield-Honeoye scored the first four goals in the game and took the win over visiting Pal-Mac 11-5. Senior goalie stopped at least eight point-blank shots (ending with 17s/5ga) for the Pride.

Pal-Mac, missing two starting defensemen on the disabled list, used young replacements who, according to Red Raider Coach Joe Hill, "were put in a difficult situation but played pretty well". Pal-Mac and B-H both move to 4-1 for the season..

 

Aquinas 15 - Bath 3  

The book for Bath: Zach Reed (1g-1a), Mark Martuscello (2g), Nick Rossi (2a), Goaltending: Robert Masti 8s/15ga (48 mins)

The book for Aquinas: Bernard Gauthier (4g), Klay Heston (1g-3a), Brendan Hall (1g), Austin Gorman (4g-6a), Anthony Bianchi (2g-2a), Mike Messina (2g), Billy Lombardi (1g), Goaltending: Erich Wischmeyer 5s/2ga = 71% (24 mins), Tom Mscichowski 6s/1ga = 86% (24 mins).

 -- Both Aquinas and Bath came into this contest looking for redemption after losses to GRALL opponents earlier in the week. Aquinas came to play and dominated the Rams 15-3. Bath scored one goal in the first, second and fourth quarters. Aquinas had seven different players make the score book and were led by attackman Austin Gorman with 4g-6a.

Aquinas' Mike Messina scored the first goal of the game with an assist from Anthony Bianchi. There were only three goals in the entire contest that did not included one (and in some cases two) members of the starting Aquinas attack. Messina's second goal, which was unassisted, was the second midfield only goal and the final goals of the contest with midfielder Bianchi feeding Billy Lombardi. The starting attack aq-bathline of Austin Gorman, Bernard Gautheir and Klay Heston were involved in each of the remaining goals and were exclusive in nine of the remaining twelve.

Bath's first quarter goal was scored by Mark Martuscello and assisted by Nick Rossi. In the second quarter, Martuscello scored again, this time assisted by Zach Reed. Finally, in the fourth quarter Reed scored with an assist from Rossi. The Little Irish split goalies at halftime. Erich Wischmeyer played the first half and finished with three saves. Tom Mscichowski played the second half and finished with two saves. Bath's Robert Masti played the entire game for the Rams and finished with eight saves.

Only four players from Bath took shots; Rossi (9), Reed (7), Martuscello (4) and Drew Wager (4). Overall only 33% of the Rams shots were on cage. For Aquinas, 47% of all their shots resulted in goals with 72% on cage. Long stick midfielder Anthony Starnino led the ground ball tally for the Little Irish with seven, Gauthier (6) and Messina (5) also contributed. Messina finished 8/10 at the draw for Aquinas. For Bath, Reed (7) led the ground ball tally with Rossi (5), Wager (4), Martuscello (4) and defenseman Trevor Lang (4) adding to the Ram's total.

 

McQuaid Jesuit 7 - Livonia 6  

The book for McQuaid Jesuit: James Sturnick (2g-1a), Jack Pomeroy (1a), Mike Crawford (2g-1a), Max Phelps (1g), Ryan Williams (2g), Goaltending: Pat Sheridan 7s/6ga = 54% (56 mins)

The book for Livonia: Chris Bausch (1g-1a), Jeff Wester (4g), Mike Donals (1g), Josh Wester (1a), Goaltending: Ethan Jamison 15s/7ga = 68% (56 mins).

 -- special report McQuaid Jesuit preserved their undefeated season, defeating Livonia 7-6 in the second overtime period. Midfielder James Sturnick scored the game winning goal with 0:01 remaining as he drove from the midfield line after receiving a clearing pass from the defense. The Knights improve to 6-0.

The game was close throughout, with both teams having opportunities to lead. Livonia scored the opening goal with a straight dodge from attackman Chris Bausch half way through the first quarter. Ryan Williams scored the first goal for the Knights with a sweep down the right side. As the first quarter came to a close, Jeff Wester scored with a drive from behind the cage with only 0:08 remaining in the first quarter. Wester finished with four goals for the Bulldogs. The Bulldogs led 2-1 after the first quarter.

The second quarter started with three goals from McQuaid Jesuit before the Bulldogs scored one of their own. Senior attackman Mike Crawford, who led the Knights with 2g-1a, scored the first goal of the second quarter mcq-livunassisted with a hard outside shot. Crawford came back an assisted the second Knight goal. Max Phelps scored the first Varsity points after he scored with a cross-crease feed from Crawford. 7:12 into the second quarter Sturnick scored for McQuaid Jesuit with a drive from behind the cage. The Knights held a 4-2 lead half way through the first half. Wester struck again after a dead ball drive from behind the cage to bring the game within one goal before halftime.

McQuaid scored the only goal of the third quarter with an outside shot by Williams and an assist from Jack Pomeroy. The Knights took 15 shots in the third quarter, with only four on cage. McQuaid Jesuit controlled the pace of the game and kept the ball away from the Bulldogs for a majority of the game. They led 5-3 after three quarters.

In the fourth quarter Livonia outscored the Knights 3-1 to tie the game at 6-6 and force overtime. Livonia scored the first two goals of the quarter. The first goal was assisted by Josh Wester and scored by Mike Donals during an extra-man offense attempt by the Bulldogs. There were eleven penalties between both teams and Donals goal was the only attempt that was scored on. With 3:47 remaining in the game the Bulldogs tied the score for the second time in the contest. Chris Bausch drove towards the cage from behind at the same time as Wester drove from the top; Bausch found Wester open, and he finished into the back of the net. Less than a minute later the Knights scored again; Crawford added his final goal of the game on a fast-break feed from Sturnick. With 0:45 remaining, Wester took the ball after a dead ball behind mcq-livthe cage and came around to score. The Knights had one more attempt at the cage, but goalie Ethan Jamison shut them down and the game was sent into overtime.

The two key players in the overtime periods were Sturnick and Jamison. Jamison kept Livonia in the game through two overtime periods. In total Jamison made four quality saves during the eight minutes of overtime. Including three in the last 1:30 of the second overtime period before Sturnick's shot came. Both teams had opportunities during overtime; however, the Bulldogs only took one shot, and did not get it on cage. McQuaid Jesuit continued their shooting spree with ten shots spanning the two periods. With 0:33 remaining Livonia called a time-out immediately after crossing the midfield line during a clear. Wester started with the ball and drove towards the cage, after beating his man he fed Bausch who was on the right-side crease. Bausch looked across the crease for another feed, however the pass went high and out of bounds, giving the Knights another attempt with 0:24 remaining. After taking full advantage of the twenty seconds to clear, Sturnick came to the midfield to take the ball. After catching the ball at midfield, he ran towards the cage and fired from just inside the restraining line, scoring the game winner with 0:01 remaining.

Jamison finished the game with 15 saves (68%). Pat Sheridan finished with seven saves for McQuaid Jesuit. Wester (5), Jamison (3), Tristan Hudak (3) and Bausch (3) led in ground balls for the Bulldogs. For McQuaid Jesuit, Sturnick (7), Crawford (7), Caton (7) and Chris Barilla (5) led in ground balls. Overall the Knights had more than double the ground balls of Livonia (56-24).

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Penn Yan 15 - West Seneca East 13  

The book for Penn Yan: Anthony Luppino (1g-1a), Bradley Voigt (4g-1a), Nate Nichols (3g-1a), Adam Stork (1g-1a), Preston Maciejewski (2g-3a), Adam Trombley (2g-3a), JJ Voigt (1g), Jordan Owen (1g), Goaltending: Cody Richardson 3s/6ga (18 mins), Brandon Maciejewski 5s/7ga (30 mins)

The book for West Seneca East:

 -- After a slow 3-1 first quarter, Penn Yan opened up the scoring 8-5 in the second quarter on their way to a 15-13 win over West Seneca East (Section Six - Buffalo) tonight at Penn Yan.

Six players had multiple points for the Mustangs (4-0)who led after three quarters, 14-8. Senior attackman, Adam Trombley, who saw limited play in last week's Carthage game, scored 2g-3a tonight. Two eight graders had significant playing for the Mustangs tonight. Attackman Bradley Voigt turned in 4g-1a and Brandon Maciejewski played thirty minutes in the goal and recorded 5 saves. The Mustangs face Webster Schroeder on Saturday at McAvoy Park in Irondequoit.

 



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