Saturday: Fairport falls to JD 13-11


Previously unbeaten, Fairport lost its's first game of the season to Jamesville-DeWitt (Section III) this afternoon at Onondaga Community College. In other action today, Aquinas beat Webster Thomas, Pittsford beat HFL, Hilton beat Frontier, B-H beat BK and Pal-Mac beat East Rochester. Livonia, Penfield and McQuaid Jesuit has easy wins.

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Aquinas 16 - Thomas 9  

The book for Aquinas: Bernard Gauthier (2g), Klay Heston (2g-2a), Brendan Hall (1a), Anthony Starnino (2a), Manny Magliocco (1g), Austin Gorman (3g-3a), Anthony Bianchi (3g), Mike Messina (4g-1a), Billy Lombardi (1g), Goaltending: Erich Wischmeyer 8s/9ga (48 mins)

The book for Thomas: Kenny Tomeno (1a), Brad Hutton (1g), John Zawacki (1g), Jack Hinderland (3g), Kyle Rothfuss (4g), JT Hauck (4a), Justin Bird (2a), Goaltending: Don Grace 8s/13ga (34 mins), Zack Mayer 3s/3ga = 50% (14 mins).

 -- special report Aquinas scored on all seven of Thomas' penalties in their 16-9 win over the Titans. The Little Irish won each of the first three quarters and held a 13-5 lead going into the final quarter. Thomas finished 3/7 in extra-man offense. In total, 11/14 penalties had goals scored during their duration (Aquinas scored one of their goals during man-down).

Aquinas came out strong, scoring four goals in the first quarter, while holding the Titans scoreless. The game was going back and forth, when Thomas was given their first penalty, a one minute slashing call at 8:17. Aquinas scored their first goal 43 seconds into the extra-man when passing the ball around the outside, Anthony Bianchi shot from near the restraining line for the goal. Five minutes later and the Titans are assessed a second slashing call and once again Bianchi scores. This time, however, he scored when Austin Gorman cut from the top and found him cutting around from behind the cage. Gorman came back less than a minute later with a goal of his own (assisted by Klay Heston). The final goal of the first quarter aq-thomaswas also scored during a penalty, however, this time Aquinas was man-down when Mike Messina drove around behind the cage and finished into the back of the net. Overall the Titans had six shots during the first quarter; however, only two were on cage.

In the opening two minutes of the second quarter the Titans attempted to make their first comeback of the game and it was once again penalties that were their downfall. The first two Thomas goals were scored with single player drives from the outside. The first came from Jack Hinderland and the second came from Kyle Rothfuss. Hinderland's was initially saved by Aquinas goalie Erich Wischmeyer but then momentum carried it into the goal and Rothfuss scored his on a high bounce shot. Thomas had brought the game back within two goals when once again there was a flag down for slashing. Aquinas looked to Austin Gorman this time (with an assist from Heston). Four minutes later another slash was called against the Titans and once again Gorman was given the ball. Gorman came from behind the cage appearing to look for a feed and instead snuck the ball into the back of the net. Less than a minute later, defenseman Manny Magliocco came down and put the ball into the back of the net to give Aquinas a five goal lead (7-2). Thomas converted their first extra-man opportunity with JT Hauck assisting Hinderland. Thirty seconds after the Titan goal, Aquinas had yet another man-up attempt at the cage, this time with Gorman assisting Bernard Gauthier. The Little Irish led 8-3 going into halftime.

aq-thomasIn the third quarter Aquinas came out scoring, adding two more to their tally before the Titans found the back of the net. Both of their goals were scored at even strength. The first was scored when Brendan Hall fed Bianchi from behind the cage and the second was scored during fast-break with long stick midfielder Anthony Starnino assisting Heston with 8:00 remaining in the quarter. Thomas scored the next goal 0:13 later with a face-off fast-break. Face-off man Kenny Tomeno picked up his own ground ball and fed the ball to John Zawacki for the goal. Tomeno finished the game at 50% (6/12 at the draw). Aquinas added three more goals before the Titans were able to score again. Billy Lombardi scored on a fast-break and Messina scored with his own drive from behind the cage. The final Little Irish goal of the quarter was scored once again during extra-man offense, after the Titans were given an unsportsmanlike penalty. Gorman assisted Gauthier for the goal. The Little Irish had their largest lead of the game at 13-4. Thomas came back with one more before the quarter expired with Hauck assisting Rothfuss with 0:42 remaining.

In the fourth quarter the Titans outscored the Little Irish 4-3. Thomas scored the first two goals of the quarter, both assisted by Hauck. The first goal was scored at 10:23; the play began after Aquinas was told to keep it in the box and, after stepping out the Titans got the ball. The Titans came straight up and scored on a fast-break. The second Titan aq-thomasgoal happened when Hauck found Hinderland open on the crease. Aquinas came back with three goals of their own before the end of the quarter, including their final extra-man goal. Heston (from Starnino) scored the first goal, followed by two unassisted goals by Messina. Thomas added the final two goals of the game. Both were scored by Rothfuss and assisted by Justin Bird and both were scored during extra-man offense and outside shots. The Titans played two goalies; Don Grace played the first half and part of the third quarter and finished with eight saves. Zack Mayer took over in the third and finished at 50% with three saves. For Aquinas, Wischmeyer finished just under 50% with eight saves.

At the face-off, Aquinas' Messina finished 10/16 (63%) and picked up a team leading nine ground balls. Starnino, who played a lot of time on the wing, also picked up seven ground balls for the Little Irish. For Thomas, Tomeno finished with six ground balls while Brad Hutton, Zach Crawford, Hauck and Chris Dalton all had three ground balls.

Overall, the Little Irish capitalized on many opportunities there were presented with and that at the end of the day gave them the win. The Titans, on the other hand, often had trouble with the little things. Many times they were one catch away from an easy goal, but couldn't finish on the crease or, instead of shooting, they were looking for that elusive "one more pass". The man-down defense for the Titans had difficulties all day, and for whatever reason could not stop the Little Irish offense. return

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Livonia 19 - Waterloo 8  

The book for Waterloo: Cody Riegel (4g-1a), Chance Lowry (4g-1a), Tim Wright (1a), Mike Bohling (1a), Goaltending: Josh Bailey 12s/13ga (24 mins), Zach Ramirez 4s/6ga (24 mins)

The book for Livonia: Mike Donals (2g), Chris Bausch (4g-4a), Wyatt Struble (4g-1a), Jeff Wester (6g-5a), Josh Wester (1a), Phil Wallace (1g-1a), Jake Fox (1g), Ryan Smith (1g-1a), Goaltending: Jake Keller 12s/7ga = 63% (46 mins), Joe Simpson 3s/1ga = 75% (2 mins).

--  Jeff Wester turned in eleven points as the Livonia Bulldogs defeated Waterloo 19-8 this morning.

Sparked by great goalie play by Indian goalie Jake Keller who made a number of big saves in the first quarter, it took the Bulldogs a while to get started, and they did, going into the halftime break with a 13-7 lead.

Bulldog attackmen Wyatt Struble (4g-1a) and Chris Bausch (4g-4a) each had four goals and thirteen of the Livonia's goals were assisted while at the other end of the field, junior goalie Jake Keller turned away twelve shots on cage. return




Pal-Mac 10 - East Rochester 8  

The book for Pal-Mac: Mike Benedict (1g), Mike DeMar (3g-3a), Mike Marvin (1g-1a), Jeff Kier (2g), Ben Reeves (1g-1a), Mike Russell (1g-2a), Sean Nolan (1g-1a), Goaltending: Matt Carkner 16s/8ga = 67% (48 mins)

The book for East Rochester: Torin Hudson (3g), Nick Reiss (1a), Clayton Vaughn (1g), Darnell Rhodes (1g), Jordan Michele (3g-2a), Goaltending: Liridon Dervisholli 22s/10ga = 69% (48 mins).

--  Pal-Mac held off the late advances of East Rochester to defeat them 10-8. East Rochester tied the game at 8-8 with 8:52, however the Reds scored the final two goals of the game for the win. Mike Russell and Mike DeMar scored the final two goals to cement the win for Pal-Mac.

East Rochester scored the first goal of the game with Nick Reiss assisting Darnell Rhodes 3:11 into the first quarter. Pal-Mac came back with two goals of their own, and although the score was tied twice more the Reds never lost the lead again. The first quarter ended 2-1 with Pal-Mac leading.

In man-up, Jordan Michele found Torin Hudson for East Rochester to tie the game at 2-2. Pal Mac- scored four of the next five goals. At halftime, the Reds led 5-3. In the third quarter, the Bombers cut the East Rochester lead to only one goal. The Bombers scored the final two goals of the third quarter with Hudson scoring unassisted at 2:26 then with an assist from Michele at 0:33. The Reds were still leading 8-7 after three quarters. Clayton Vaughn scored the final East Rochester goal to tie the game with 8:52 remaining in the game.

In the cage, Liridon Dervisholli played the entire game for the Bombers and finished at 69%. For Pal-Mac, Matt Carkner played the entire game and finished at 67%. return

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Pittsford 12 - HFL 7  

The book for HFL: Eric Boike (1g-1a), Tommy O`Leary (1g), Nick Weston (1g), Clai Kuhn (2g), Jordan Gushue (1g), Jeff Roth (1g), Goaltending: Jay Tallon 8s/12ga (48 mins)

The book for Pittsford: Ryan Sullivan (1g), TJ Iuppa (1g-1a), James Burke (1g), Matt Palmer (1g-1a), Thomas Rodenhouse (1g), Jack Lauroesch (2g-1a), Alex Kober (1g), James Purpura (4g-3a), Goaltending: Alex Howell 8s/7ga = 53% (48 mins).

--  Pittsford held off late advances from HF-L on their way to a 12-7 win. The score was close early on, with the score being tied at 1-1, 2-2 and 3-3 before Pittsford came out with a five goal streak spanning the second and third quarters. Late in the third quarter the Cougars came within two (7-5) and later within one (8-7); however the Panthers came out with another four goal streak spanning the third and fourth quarter. The Panthers held the Cougars scoreless for the final 15 minutes of play.

Pittsford's Matt Palmer scored the opening goal unassisted just 2:06 into the game. The game was a defensive battle back and forth and the Cougars did not score until 1:40 remaining in the game with an unassisted goal from Jeff Roth to tie the game. Only 0:33 later the Cougars scored again to take their first lead of the game with an unassisted goal from Eric Boike. The Panthers quickly re-tied the score with a face-off fast break scored unassisted by Ryan Sullivan. The first quarter ended with the score tied 2-2.

HF-L scored the first goal of the second quarter during an extra-man opportunity. Boike assisted Clai Kuhn with 9:01 remaining in the second quarter. The Cougars held the lead until 3:31 when James Purpura assisted Jack Lauroesch to tie the game. Purpura came back with a goal of his own to take the lead back for the last time. The Panthers held the lead for the remaining 27 minutes. The Panthers tacked one more goals onto their lead before the first half expired. Purpura assisted TJ Iuppa with 0:34 remaining. The Panthers held a 5-3 lead going into halftime.

The third quarter began with two more Panthers goals; Thomas Rodenhouse scored unassisted, followed by an extra-man goal by Purpura (assisted by Palmer). The Panthers led 7-3 with 8:27 remaining. The Cougars, unwilling to give up, came back with two goals of their own. The first coming just 0:19 after the Panther goal, with face-off man Jordan Gushue scoring unassisted. Gushue finished the game with a 70% draw rating (14/20). Tommy O'Leary scored only 0:50 later (unassisted) to bring the game within two goals. Purpura notched another assist to Lauroesch to increase Pittsford's lead to three goals. The Cougars kept up the pressure with their final two goals at 3:29 and 3:21. Nick Weston scored unassisted, followed by Kuhn (unassisted). The Cougars had fought back the game within one goal; however that was as close as they got. The Panthers added two more in the third quarter with Lauroesch assisting Purpura and Kober scoring unassisted with only 0:04 remaining in the third quarter. The Panthers led 10-7 after three quarters.

In the fourth quarter there were only two goals: James Burke (from Iuppa) and Purpura (unassisted). HF-L's goalie, senior Jay Tallon, finished the game with eight saves. For the Panthers, senior Alex Howell also finished with eight saves. HF-L's Keenan O'Brien led in ground balls for the Cougars with seven. Gushue (4) and Tallon (3) also led in ground balls for the Cougars. For the Panthers, midfielder Tyler Aycock (6), defenseman Ryan Sullivan (4), Lauroesch (3) and Justin McLiverty (3) led. return

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Penfield 13 - Binghamton 5  

The book for Binghamton:

The book for Penfield: Dan O`Brien (3g), Matt Condon (2a), Tucker Nelson (3g-4a), Matt Springer (1g), Will Schoeneck (1g-1a), Matt Bilak (3g), Alex Miles (1g), Garrett Hoyler (1g), Goaltending: Jamie Solomon 9s/5ga = 64% (42 mins), Keith Keehn 2s/0ga = 100% (6 mins).

-- Penfield defeated Binghamton (Section Four) in every quarter on their way to a 13-5 win. The Patriots saw scoring from eight different players. Leading the charge was attackman Tucker Nelson with 3g-4a. Binghamton scored the first goal of the game only 1:31 into play; however, the Patriots returned with three goals of their own and never lost the lead again.

Matt Bilak, Dan O`Brien and Nelson scored the first three goals for Penfield (with Matt Condon assisting both Bilak and Nelson's goals). Overall the Patriots dominated the game. They won the ground ball battle 43-13; while outshooting Binghamton 35-22. Each of the five goals from Binghamton were unassisted while seven of Penfield's goals were assisted. Face-off man Connor Russell finished the game 13/15 (87%) and with a team leading twelve ground balls.


JD 13 - Fairport 11  

The book for JD:

The book for Fairport: Chris Button (1a), Andrew Hays (4g), Brendan Saylor (3g-1a), Martin Manilla (2g-1a), Tim Modesti (1g-1a), James Manilla (1a), Chris Reed (1g), James Cunningham (1a), Goaltending: Blaze Riorden 15s/13ga = 54% (48 mins).

 --  After a 4-4 tie in the first quarter and trailing 8-6 at the half, Fairport lost to Jamesville-DeWitt (Section III) in a game at Onondaga Community College.

The teams traded goals in the third and last quarters. JD marginally won the shooting contest (32-28) but was in charge of face offs (21-8).

Sophomore goalie Blaze Riorden had 15 saves for the Red Raiders (7-1), who now leave only Canandaigua (8-0) and Brighton (7-0) with unblemished records. return


Bloomfield-Honeoye 14 - Bishop Kearney 10  

The book for Bloomfield-Honeoye: Schyler Welch (2g-1a), Luke Blain (1g-2a), Jered Maloney (4g-1a), Sean Beaney (1g-2a), Zach Hammond (2g-1a), Ben Cratsley (1g), Jake Webber (1a), Jake Stevens (1g), Zack Starke (1g-1a), Luke Anderson (1g), Travis Young (1a), Goaltending: Jay Nichols 7s/3ga = 70% (22 mins), Jake Stevens 4s/7ga (26 mins)

The book for Bishop Kearney: Nate Kessler (4g), Matt Armstrong (1g), Bob Longboat (2g), Andrew Chadwick (1g-1a), Dylan Miller (2g-1a), Dave Garbach (1a) Goaltending.

-- Bloomfield-Honeoye took the first quarter and then exploded before the half with six more on their way to a 14-10 win over visiting Bishop Kearney.

Junior attackman Jered Maloney led the Pride offensive charge with 4g-1a. After a 10-4 half Bloomfield-Honeoye held a 3-1 advantage in the third before the Kings returned in the last quarter, winning 5-2.

Nate Kessler had four goals for the Kings.


McQuaid Jesuit 17 - Potsdam 0  

The book for Potsdam:

The book for McQuaid Jesuit: Alex Pochodylo (1g-1a), Mike Crawford (3g-1a), Ryan Williams (4g-2a), James Sturnick (2g-1a), Jack Pomeroy (2a), Ian Horning (2g-1a), Brian Nally (1g), Duncan Ayer (2g-1a), Max Phelps (2g-1a), Goaltending: Pat Sheridan 6s/0ga = 100% (36 mins), Jon Crawford 1s/0ga = 100% (12 mins).

 --  The game was over quickly with only one penalty per team and a 10-0 half, as McQuaid Jesuit lifted their record to 8-1 as they beat host Potsdam (3-4) of Section Ten, 17-0.

The Knights used nine player on the offensive book and two goalies in the shutout. Junior midfielder Ryan Williams (4g-2a) and senor attackman Mike Crawford (3g-1a) led in points. Pat Sheridan had six saves (36 mins) and Jon Crawford added 1s (12 minutes) for the Knights. return


Hilton 13 - Frontier 6  

The book for Hilton: Dylan Hickey (1a), Kyle Youngman (1g-2a), Kyle Schmidt (2g), David Smith (4g-2a), Cory Endres (1g-1a), Evan Pace (2g), Mike Barbone (3a), Mike Meeks (2g), Derek Richards (1g), Goaltending: Mitch Smith 13s/6ga = 68% (48 mins)

The book for Frontier:

--  Hilton was the 13-6 winner as they traveled to the Buffalo area to take on the Falcons from Frontier (Section Six).

Nine different players made the offensive book for the Cadets. Junior midfielder David Smith led the scoring with g-2a.

Sophomore goalie Mitch Smith recorded thirteen saves for the Cadets.