Tuesday: McQuaid over Penn Yan 8-7


 A strong fourth quarter gave McQuaid Jesuit an 8-7 win over Penn Yan. James Sturnick dodged across the middle for the winning goal. In other action HFL defeated Churchville-Chili 9-8, Spencerport beat the Thunder 9-7, Pal-Mac won a 9-8 game with Midlakes and Newark beat Marcus Whitman 7-6. Other winners were Pittsford, Brighton, Thomas, Lightning, Fairport, R-H, Irondequoit, B-H, Aquinas and Bath.

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Pittsford 14 - Penfield 5  

The book for Pittsford: TJ Iuppa (1g-3a), James Burke (2a), Matt Palmer (1g), Thomas Rodenhouse (3g), Joe Dupra (1g), Steven Troup (1g), Jack Lauroesch (1a), Corey Parke (2g), Alex Kober (1g), Matt Gold (3g-3a), James Purpura (1g), Goaltending: Alex Howell 3s/2ga = 60% (24 mins), Conor Quinn 2s/3ga (19 mins), Luke Loveys 0s/0ga (5 mins)

The book for Penfield: Matt Condon (1g), Tucker Nelson (1a), Will Schoeneck (2g), Matt Bilak (2g), Goaltending: Jamie Solomon 7s/13ga (44 mins), Keith Keehn 0s/1ga (4 mins).

-- special report It took more than seven minutes for either team to score, but Pittsford did score first and last and after a 10-2 half, beat visiting Penfield 14-5. The Panthers played excellent defense and their offense moved the ball like it was tournament time.

Junior Matt Gold driving behind the net to the right wing, dished off to senior midfielder TJ Iuppa who scored first for the Panthers at 4:35. Less than two minutes later Thomas Rodenhouse scored after receiving a high cross-crease pass from Iuppa. Junior Alex Kober, driving from "x" beat his defenseman and when the slide was later, ended up on the winning end of a one-on-one with Penfield goalie Jamie Solomon giving Pittsford a 3-0 lead. Penfield scored their first goal at 1:13 when sophomore midfielder Matt Condon beat his man outside and shot past Pittsford starting goalie, Alex Howell.

The Panthers led 4-1 at the end of the first quarter, but a narrow Penfield stick checked during the break, gave the Panthers possession at the top of the second quarter and a three minute non-releasable man up opportunity. The Panthers made the most of it and in what was clearly a defining event, scored four goalies during the penalty time. Pittsford moved the ball quickly throughout the game, but without the pressure of even play, moved the ball exceptionally well during the man up play. Gold scored the first goal at 11:41 and then another at 11:10, both with feed from the top to his point on the right wing. Although the Patriots got control of the next face off there was a defensive takeaway before they could shoot and on the way back, senior attackman James Purpura scored on a drive from the right wing. With 0:18 left in the penalty, Gold scored once again, this time on a feed to the crease from Jack Lauroesch With the Pit-PenPanthers up 8-1, the Patriots scored at 6:52 when sophomore attackman Mike Bilak drove from behind the goal and found the back of the net with a bounce shot. With an underhand shot from the right wing, Steven Troop scored an unassisted goal for Pittsford at 4:13 and a minute and a half later Rodenhouse scored from the top on a pass from Iuppa on the wing. Pittsford led at the Half 10-2.

Pittsford started to make personnel changes after the half, and unloaded the bench by the fourth quarter. Alex Howell (4s/2ga) left the goal at the half and was replaced by junior goalie Conor Quinn. The Panther scorings slowed down, but the added two unanswered goals in the third. Rodenhouse, on the left wing scored on a feed from Burke up top at 4:07 and senior defenseman Joe Dupra ran the ball from end to end for an unassisted goal at 3:04. ThePit-Pen Panthers led after three quarters, 12-2.

Penfield started with two goals in the last quarter. Bilak scored again on an outside dodge from right front and senior attackman Will Schoeneck added one after batting a loose ball into the next at 6:52. After Pittsford scored on another wing feed (sophomore middie Corey Parke from Gold), Conor Quinn (3s/3ga) left the Pittsford goal and sophomore goalie Luke Loveys took the last five minutes for Pittsford. Schoeneck scored Penfield's last goal with a cross-crease feed from Tucker Miles. Pittsford's Cory Parke picked up a loose ball behind the Penfield goal and ran to the goal for an unassisted last goal of the game.

This was a good game for the Panthers, whose defense played well up to expectations, being patient as needed and being aggressive when called for. The Pittsford offense, which has on occasion, been eager to get to the goal, move the ball extraordinarily well in this game. Their efforts to find the best last pass gave them a number of goals that were simply unstoppable.

Penfield's Connor Russell was 12 of 18 at the face off (60%) and his wins gave Penfield more than their share of the ball time. He continues to be one of the top face off players in the area. Pittsford's James Burke, who is also a top face off man won nearly half of his attempts.

Pittsford (7-1) plays at Churchville-Chili on Thursday. Penfield (4-5) travels to Victor. return

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McQuaid Jesuit 8 - Penn Yan 7  

The book for Penn Yan: Adam Stork (1g), Preston Maciejewski (1g-1a), Nate Nichols (3g-1a), Anthony Luppino (1g), Adam Trombley (1a), Jordan Owen (1g), Bradley Voigt (1a), Goaltending: Cody Richardson 6s/8ga (48 mins)

The book for McQuaid Jesuit: Alex Pochodylo (1g), Chris Barilla (1g), Mike Crawford (1a), Ryan Williams (2g), James Sturnick (2g-2a), Tim Caton (2g), Goaltending: Pat Sheridan 10s/7ga = 59% (48 mins).

--  With a strong finish and five goals in the last quarter, McQuaid Jesuit won an exciting 8-7 game at Penn Yan tonight. In a game that displayed strong defense by both teams, the Mustangs scored first with an unassisted goal by Adam Stork as he drove the alley to the right of McQuaid goalie Pat Sheridan. That was the only score of a tightly contested first quarter.

Both teams scored three goals in the second quarter and the Mustangs led at the break by a 4-3 margin despite sophomore goalie Cody Richardson making only one save and junior Anthony Luppino winning 3/9 at the face off "x".

Penn Yan came out with a solid performance in the 3rd quarter as Richardson was able to turn away all four shots that he faced. On the offensive end of the field, senior Nate Nichols scored unassisted back-to-back goals to stretch the Mustang lead to 6-3 heading into the final stanza.

The Knights took control during the last twelve minutes. McQuaid quietly inched their way back into the game and midway through the quarter they knotted the score at 6-6 and a short time later following a Penn Yan turnover Tim Caton scored for the Knights with 2:50 left in the game to put them up 7-6. A penalty with 1:57 left put Penn Yan in the man up where Jordan Owen scored to tie the game at 7-7 with 1:47 left. Clark Hadley won the face off for the Knights and James Sturnick then dodged across the middle and scored to make it 8-7 Knights with 0:31 seconds left. Hadley won the ensuing face off and McQuaid ran out the clock.

Penn Yan's offense was led by senior Nate Nichols who had a (3g-1a). For McQuaid, James Sturnick (2g-2a) and Tim Caton (2g both in fourth quarter) were offensive leaders. Caton also picked up 13 gbs (out of 28 for the whole team. Long sticks Tim Caton and David Haseley had had powerful game, as did Jake Bailey on defense, holding Adam Trombley to a single assist. Clark Hadley won 13 of 18 face offs for the Knights who celebrate their win with the rest of the week off as they prepare for Aquinas on Tuesday. Penn Yan will play The Little Irish on Thursday. return


Arc/Oly 13 - Eastridge 8  

The book for Arc/Oly: David Powlowski (2g-2a), Robert Kitchen (2g-3a), Dustin Lenz Emmi (2g), Nick Capone (1g), Kendrick Heintzelman (3g-1a), Dylan Mahan (3g), Goaltending: Shane Trost 4s/6ga (24 mins), Tyler Catalfano 7s/2ga = 78% (24 mins)

The book for Eastridge: Nick Manaci (1a), Ethan Printy (4g), Chris Giruzzi (3g), Mike Mortillaro (1g-2a), Goaltending: TJ Ennis 15s/13ga = 54% (48 mins).

  -- special report Greece Arcadia/Olympia found their second win of the season after holding Eastridge scoreless in the third to win 13-8. Eastridge played a strong 36 minutes; however, the Lightning came strong and played the entire game. The Lightning had 63 ground balls and 54 shots (while holding Eastridge to 42 ground balls and 32 shots).

Eastridge came out early with Ethan Printy scoring the first two Lancers goals (unassisted). The first was scored with an outside shot with 6:36 remaining and was followed by a fast-break goal only 0:38 later. Printy finished the day with four goals for the Lancers and led his team in shots with eleven and ground balls with ten. The Lightning came back with one of their own when Robert Kitchen fed the ball from behind the cage to Dustin Lenz Emmi, who was waiting on the crease. Only 0:28 after the Lightning goal, Eastridge scored their third goal with a similar feed from behind the cage from Mike Mortillaro to Chris Giruzzi. The next goal was even faster as Kendrick Heintzelman picked up his own ground ball and passed it up field to Kitchen, who with an inside dodge, put the ball into the back of the net. The first quarter ended with Eastridge maintaining a 3-2 lead.

In the second quarter, both teams played nearly equal and each scored three goals. Greece Arcadia continued their scoring streak with three more unanswered goals to move to a 5-3 lead before the Lancers came back. Greece scored the tying goal with an inside feed from Kitchen to Dylan Mahan. The next goal came less than a minute later when Mahan scored during a scrum on the crease. Mahan shot the ball over his head in the general area of the goal, where it found the back of the net. Only 0:12 after Mahan's goal, Heintzelman won another face-off, except this time he fed the ball to Nick Capone for the goal. Only two and a half minutes into the second quarter the Lightning held a two goal lead. Eastridge came back with three of their own spread out over the remainder of the second quarter. Mortillaro drove from behind the cage for the first of Eastridge's three goals at 5:45. With 2:17 remaining in the first half, Printy added his third goal (once again unassisted, however this time during extra-man offense). Printy scored his only assisted goal of the game with an outside shot and a feed from Nick Manaci. Eastridge had taken back the one-goal lead with 1:00 remaining in the first half.

The third quarter was all Lightning and there was nothing that the Lancers could do about it. Just in the third quarter, Greece Arc/Oly took 21 shots and had 18 ground balls. To compare, Eastridge had five shots and eight ground balls. The Lightning were also 5/6 at the face-off. Overall, the face-off was controlled by Greece Arc/Oly throughout the game. Heintzelman finished the game at 80% (16/20) with a team leading 18 ground balls. The Lightning had four different scorers add to their tally in the third quarter. David Powlowski scored two goals along with one assist in the third quarter. By the end of the third quarter Greece Arc/Oly led 10-6.

The fourth quarter was once again a close quarter, but the Lancers did not half enough left to mount a significant comeback and the Lightning just held them off the remainder of the game. Eastridge scored first in fourth quarter with a drive from behind from Giruzzi. His shot was initially stopped by goalie Tyler Catalfano but momentum carried the ball over the plane. Catalfano played the third and fourth quarters and finished with seven saves (78%). Greece Arc/Oly came back with two goals of their own with Heintzelman scoring during man-up (assisted by Kitchen) and Mahan scoring after a cross-crease pass from Powlowski. The final Lancer goal came after a dead-ball restart when Mortillaro found Giruzzi unguarded on the crease. With 0:12 remaining in the game, Heintzelman scored the final Greece Arc/Oly goal after a fast-break.

Overall, the control of the face-off by Heintzelman and the ground ball game in general were key facets of the Lightning victory. The Lightning controlled the ball much more the Lancers and had more opportunities at the cage. Dustin Lenz Emmi (8), Powlowski (8) and Kitchen (6) also had significant ground balls for Greece. Goalie TJ Ennis (7), Giruzzi (6) and Luke Martello (5) added to the Lancer ground ball tally. Ennis played the entire game for Eastridge and finished with 15 saves. The first two quarters between the pipes for Greece Arc/Oly saw Shane Trost completing four saves. return

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Irondequoit 12 - Victor 9  

The book for Irondequoit: Mike Utz (3g-1a), Erik Kleehammer (2g), Max Kostyk (1g), Ian Brooks (3g-1a), Nick Doktor (1a), Greg Coholan (1g-2a), Emmy Poccia (2g), Goaltending: Tyler Nash 3s/7ga (24 mins), Eric Fischer 4s/2ga = 67% (24 mins)

The book for Victor: Mitch Rupp (1g), Connor Kimball (1g), Andy Poitras (1a), Pat D`Angelo (1g-2a), John Maloney (2g), Trevor O`Shea (1g-1a), Dale Mattice (3g), Goaltending: Steve Basile 15s/12ga = 56% (48 mins).

 --  Five unanswered goals spanning the third and fourth quarters was all that Irondequoit needed to defeat Victor 12-9. The game was close for the first three quarters but the Eagles capitalized in the fourth quarter to cement their victory.

Irondequoit opened the scoring first with Greg Coholan finding Ian Brooks open only 0:37 into the game. Brooks was one of two Eagles to have 3g-1a (along with Mike Utz). Victor's Trevor O'Shea scored the first Blue Devil goal to tie the score at 1-1. Irondequoit controlled the next eight minutes and added two unassisted goals. Emmy Poccia and Erik Kleehammer each scored goals in the first quarter to take the 3-1 lead. Victor's O'Shea came back to assist the second Blue Devil goal with a pass to John Maloney. Irondequoit held on to a 3-2 lead after the first quarter.

The second quarter was dominated by Victor. Victor scored the first two goals of the quarter, scoring at 6:49 and 6:11. Dale Mattice and Mitch Rupp scored for Victor (with Rupp's goal assisted by Andy Poitrus). Half way through the second quarter, the Blue Devils controlled the game, leading 4-3. Irondequoit's Nick Doktor passed the ball to Brooks to tie the score for the third time at 4-4. Victor kept up their pressure adding two more goals from Mattice and Maloney (both goals were assisted by D'Angelo). Irondequoit's final goal of the second quarter came from Utz (unassisted). Victor came back with another goal of their own with 0:04 remaining in the quarter with D'Angelo's first goal. The Blue Devils were in control of the game at 7-5 going into halftime.

Irondequoit added three goals, while holding Victor to one goal to tie the game at 8-8 after three quarters. Irondequoit opened the scoring only 0:27 into the third quarter with Brooks finding Utz open for the goal. Victor's lone goal of the third quarter was scored by Connor Kimball. With 8:02 remaining in the third quarter Victor still held a two goal lead; however, it did not last, with Irondequoit adding two more goals in the third and three more early in the fourth to take a three goal lead into the final four minutes of play. Each of the five goals was scored by a different Eagle; Kleehammer, Poccia, Utz, Max Kostyk and Coholan.

The final two goals of the game, coming at 2:20 and 1:50, were scored by Mattice for Victor and Brooks for the Eagles (assisted by Coholan). Overall, the Blue Devils played a great game with the Eagles but Irondequoit kept up the pressure and played an entire game. Both teams took approximately the same number of shots (28-27 Irondequoit); however, Irondequoit only missed the cage once and the Blue Devils missed the cage 11 times. The difference in goalie play was noticeable. Irondequoit split goalies at halftime with Tyler Nash playing the first two quarters and making three saves and Eric Fischer playing the third and fourth quarters and making four saves. For Victor, Steve Basile played the entire game and finished with 15 saves. return

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Aquinas 12 - Livonia 7  

The book for Livonia: Mike Donals (1g), Chris Bausch (3g-1a), Wyatt Struble (1g-1a), Jeff Wester (2g-3a), Goaltending: Ethan Jamison 9s/12ga (48 mins)

The book for Aquinas: Austin Gorman (4g-2a), Klay Heston (3g-3a), Mike Messina (1g-1a), Anthony Bianchi (2g), Dave Mason (1g), Brendan Hall (1g), Anthony Starnino (1a), Goaltending: Erich Wischmeyer 5s/7ga (48 mins).

--  In a good game at Livonia, Aquinas was the 12-7 winner.

The Bulldogs came out early with three unanswered goals, scoring on their first two shots on goal, but Aquinas battled back with two and the quarter ended with Livonia up 3-2. With each team holding the ball longer in the second quarter, both teams scored a single goal, giving Livonia a 4-3 lead going into the half time break.

Aquinas scored four unanswered goals in the third quarter and then added five more in the fourth for the win. Austin Gorman (4g-2a) and Klay Heston (3g-3a) led the offense for the Little Irish.

Even in defeat, Bulldog Head Coach Brett Wood was pleased with the outing, "A lot of positive things came out of the game, especially when people have said we can't play with the top teams in class C". The Bulldogs (5-5) take Thursday off and travel to Eastridge on Saturday. return


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HFL 9 - Churchville-Chili 8  

The book for Churchville-Chili: Ryan Yunker (3g-1a), Taylor Kolmer (1g), Alex Pavone (2g-3a), Zach Yehl (1g), Jon Hemink (1g-2a), Goaltending: Wolodia Huley 13s/9ga = 59% (48 mins)

The book for HFL: Eric Boike (3g), Clai Kuhn (1g), Tommy O`Leary (1a), Nick Weston (1a), Mickey Allan (1g-1a), Jason Breau (3g-4a), Jeff Roth (1g), Goaltending: Jay Tallon 10s/8ga = 56% (48 mins).

 --  HFL came back from an 8-4 deficit to defeat Churchville-Chili 9-8. The Cougars scored the last five goals spanning the final seven minutes of play to secure the win. The Saints held a 6-1 lead going into halftime, but the Cougars came back in the second half with a different team.

Churchville-Chili scored the first three goals of the game while holding the Cougars scoreless. Alex Pavone scored the first two goals (with Jon Hemink assisting on the first goal), followed by an unassisted go by Zach Yehl with 5:01 remaining. Going into the second quarter, Jason Breau opened the scoring for the Cougars with a man-up goal assisted by Nick Weston. However, the Saints came back with increased pressure scoring the next three goals before halftime. Taylor Kolmer scored the first goal after a pass from Pavone. One minute later Hemink scored after a pass from Ryan Yunker; followed by another goal only 0:16 later by Yunker (assisted by Pavone). The last seven minutes of the second quarter was scoreless, with both teams having problems putting their shots on cage. The first half ended with Churchville-Chili leading 6-1.

Coming out of halftime the Cougars scored three unanswered goals in the third quarter. Much like the first quarter where Churchville-Chili held HFL scoreless while adding three, the Cougars added three goals to bring the score within two goals. Breau scored the first goal and assisted the second and third goals. The second goal was scored by Eric Boike and the third by Mickey Allan. Churchville-Chili continued to lead 6-4 going into the final quarter.

The fourth quarter started with Yunker scoring both of the final two goals for the Saints. The first was assisted by Pavone and the second was scored during extra-man offense with an assist from Hemink. The final Saint goal was scored with 7:01 remaining in the fourth quarter. HFL did not let the game go scoring the next five goals nearly a minute apart on each of the goals. Jason Breau was a key part of the comeback, scoring one and assisting two of the final five goals. The Cougar's tied the game with a goal from Boike at 2:07 and took the lead at 1:46 with another goal from Boike (both of the final two goals were assisted by Breau).

Overall, HFL took control of the ball; winning the ground ball battle 40-29, outshooting the Saints 42-31, and controlling the face-off draw (85%). Jordan Gushue was a major success at the face-off draw winning 17/20. Gushue also led his team with ten ground balls. In the cage, HFL's Jay Tallon finished with ten saves (56%) and Churchville-Chili's Wolodia Hurley finished with eleven saves (55%). return

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Fairport 18 - Schroeder 7  

The book for Fairport: Chris Button (1g), Andrew Hays (3g-1a), Kyle Hale (1a), Brendan Saylor (3g-3a), Martin Manilla (2g-1a), Tim Modesti (3g-1a), John Hawk (1g), Stephen Danylyshyn (1g), James Manilla (1g), Brian Martin (1g), James Cunningham (1a), Derek DeJoe (1g-3a), Sam Covell (1g), Blaze Riorden (1a), Goaltending: Blaze Riorden 8s/5ga = 62% (36 mins), Kyle Bowerman 1s/2ga (12 mins)

The book for Schroeder: Cody Consul (4g-1a), Alex Powell (1g-1a), Johnny Murray (1a), Pete Noto (1a), Brett Farrell (1g), Cody Henry (1g), Goaltending: Scott Tota 11s/13ga (43 mins), Nick Russo 0s/5ga (5 mins).

 --  Fairport defeated Schroeder 18-7 and although the game was close into the second quarter, the Red Raiders scored seven straight goals to end the second and start the third quarters. The Red Raiders controlled the ball, winning the ground ball battle 19-16 and face-off battle 18/29. At the draw, Stephen Danylyshyn finished the day 12/16 (75%) for the Red Raiders. In the cage for Fairport, Blaze Riorden finished with seven saves in three quarters and Kyle Bowerman finished the final quarter. For Schroeder, Scott Tota played the majority of the game and had eleven saves, while Nick Russo finished the remaining five minutes.

Fairport scored the first three goals of the game, spanning the entire first quarter, while holding the Warriors scoreless. The Red Raiders held the 3-0 lead going into the second quarter. Cody Consul scored the first two goals of the second quarter to keep the Warriors in the game. Consul's second goal was assisted by Johnny Murray. With 8:50 remaining in the second quarter, the Warriors had brought the game within one goal. However, the Red Raiders scored the next seven goals spanning 15 minutes. The Warriors did not score again until 8:32 remaining in the third quarter.

In the third quarter Schroeder added three more goals, including two early in the quarter by Consul and Cody Henry and one with 0:20 remaining in the quarter (Brett Farrell from Pete Noto). Fairport continued the pressure for the fourth quarter. Schroeder scored their final two goals early in the quarter with Alex Powell scoring unassisted at 11:03 and Consul scoring (assisted by Powell) at 7:50. The final four goals of the game were scored by the Red Raiders. Fairport finished the game 5/6 at extra-man opportunities. return

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Rush-Henrietta 16 - Gates Chili 6  

The book for Rush-Henrietta: Tyler Badger (1g), Jake Alvarez (2g-3a), Joe Perkins (4g-2a), Torry Whitcher (3a), Chris Aycock (2g-2a), Chauncey Scissum (2g-1a), Brad Sauln (2g-1a), Austin Freudenvoll (3g), Goaltending: Corey Spuck 6s/6ga = 50% (45 mins), Mark Wagner 0s/0ga (3 mins)

The book for Gates Chili: Matt Dakin (1a), Cam Gormel (3g), Grant Ferguson (1a), Steven Campaniello (2a), Tyler Webb (3g), Goaltending: Brian Lane 16s/16ga = 50% (48 mins).

 --  R-H scored the first eight goals of the contest spanning the first twelve minutes of the game, while holding Gates-Chili scoreless, to win 16-6. The Royal Comets had eight different players make the scorebook. Leading the charge was attackman Joe Perkins with 4g-2a. Both teams were very judicious with their shooting; the Royal Comets hit the cage 91% of the time and the Spartans hit the cage 92% of the time. However, RH significantly outshot RH 35-13.

In the cage, R-H's Corey Spuck played the majority of the game and finished with six saves; Mark Wagner finished the game for RH without facing a shot. For Gates-Chili, Brian Lane also finished at exactly 50% with 16 saves. At the face-off draw, RH's Brad Sauln finished with a 75% draw percentage (12/16).

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Spencerport 9 - Ath/Ody 7  

The book for Ath/Ody: Anthony Merola (2g-2a), Gino Prestigiacomo (2g-1a), Danny Vyverberg (2g), Matt Keough (1g-1a), Joe Trimboli (1a), Goaltending: Zack Rudgers 10s/9ga = 53% (48 mins)

The book for Spencerport: Marcus Palvino (2g-2a), Nick Fischer (3g), Seth Miller (2g-1a), Matt Kaser (1g-2a), Ben Tribunella (1g), Goaltending: Tyler Schweikert 19s/7ga = 73% (48 mins).

 --  In a defensive battle with solid goaltending at both ends of the field by Zack Rudgers (10s/9ga) and Tyler Schweikert (19s/7ga), it was Spencerport over Greece Thunder (Ath/Ody) 9-7 in an afternoon game at Athena. Spencerport took a 4-0 first quarter lead and added three more before the half to go 7-1 into the break but the Thunder came back strong the second half with a combined 6-2 score, but a bit too short for the win.

Senior defenseman Brandon Cheeseman had an outstanding game leading the defense for Thunder with 8 gbs and several hits and Dan Vyverberg and Joe Triboli contributed 7 gbs and 6 gbs respectively toward Thunder's cause. Junior defensive midfielder Parker Bonis made his varsity debut in the game for Greece (4-2) who play at Brighton on Thursday night.

Anthony Merola (2g-2a) and Gino Prestigiacomo (2g-1a) led the offensive book for the Thunder. return


Pal-Mac 9 - Midlakes 8  

The book for Midlakes: Matt Barilla (1g-1a), Tyler Brooks-Lambert (2g-2a), Nick Judge (4g), Rob Buchwald (1g), Goaltending: Matt Brennessel 17s/9ga = 65% (48 mins)

The book for Pal-Mac: Mike Marvin (1g), Sean Nolan (1a), Mike DeMar (1g-3a), Ben Reeves (2g-2a), Mike Russell (2g), Jeff Kier (3g-1a), Goaltending: Matt Carkner 13s/8ga = 62% (48 mins).

 --  Three unanswered goals in the last quarter gave Palmyra-Macedon a 9-8 win over visiting Midlakes.

Junior Jeff Kier (3g-1a), eighth grader Ben Reeves (2g-1a and junior Mike DeMar (1g-3a) led the offensive book for Pal-Mac (6-1). Junior goalie Matt Carkner recorded 13s/8ga for the Red Raiders who play Geneva on Thursday.

Nick Judge (4g) led the offense and senior Tyler Brooks-Lambert won seventeen face offs for Midlakes who take on Mynderse on Thursday.


Bloomfield-Honeoye 13 - Mynderse 8  

The book for Bloomfield-Honeoye: Jered Maloney (1g), Luke Blain (3g-1a), Luke Anderson (1g-1a), Sean Beaney (3g-1a), Zach Hammond (4g-2a), Ben Cratsley (2a), Keeton Mashtare (1g), Goaltending: Jay Nichols 8s/4ga = 67% (30 mins), Aaron Stevens 5s/4ga = 56% (18 mins)

The book for Mynderse: Aaron Peterman (5g-2a), Nick Giovannini (2g), Jerry Jones (1g), Danny Galusha (1a), Goaltending: Tim Trickler 17s/13ga = 57% (48 mins).

 --  Bloomfield-Honeoye (6-1) continued their winning ways with a 13-8 win over Mynderse Academy this afternoon.

The Pride started with a 4-1 first quarter and added six more before taking a 10-2 lead into the half time break. Mynderse made up a little in the second half, outscoring the Pride 3-1 in the third and 3-2 in the fourth quarter.

Luke Blain (3g-1a), Sean Beaney (3g-1a) and Zach Hammond (4g-2a) led the offensive effort while Jay Nichols (8s/4ga 30 mins) and Aaron Stevens (5s/4ga 18 mins) split the goaltending duties for Bloomfield-Honeoye who travel to Marcus Whitman on Thursday. Freshman midfielder Aaron Peterman led the Blue Devils with 5g-2a. return


Newark 7 - Marcus Whitman 6  

The book for Newark: Jeff Nowak (1g), Nate Gonzalez (2g), Jack Timerson (3g-1a), Tom Barrett (1g), Dave Milliman (1a), Goaltending: Dominic Camblin 15s/6ga = 71% (48 mins)

The book for Marcus Whitman: Shawn Allen (3g), Dalton Ormsbee (1g), Jeffrey Bero (1g), Taylor Lazzaro (1g), Jaime Vogt (1a), Goaltending: Bobby Mason 14s/7ga = 67% (48 mins).

 --  Junior attackman Jack Timerson scored the game winning goal with 4:05 remaining to lift Newark to a 7-6 win over Marcus Whitman at Newark. After a 3-3 tie in the first quarter, The Wildcats scored two unanswered goals in the second quarter to take a 5-3 lead into the half time break. The Reds returned, however with 2-1 and 2-0 margins in the third and fourth quarters.

"We had some opportunities in the second half to put it away but just could not find the back of the net", commended Wildcat coach Bruce Teague Jr after the game. He praised senior goalie Bobby Mason (14s/7ga) who he thought has an excellent day in the cage.

Newark's offensive leaders included Timerson (3g-1a) and Nate Gonzalez (2g) while Dominic Camblin recorded 15s/6ga for the Reds who play at Waterloo on the only Section Five game on Friday. Midlakes' offense was led by Shawn Allen with 3g. The Wildcats (4-3) host Bloomfield-Honeoye on Thursday.


Bath 17 - Batavia 8  

The book for Batavia: Will Mulcahy (1g-2a), Kyle Maniace (1g), Joe Pedro (4g), Chip Chapman (1g-3a), Kyle King (1g-1a), Goaltending: Theo Hill 17s/17ga = 50% (48 mins)

The book for Bath: Matt Nesbitt (1g), Zach Reed (5g-5a), Brian Gable (2g-1a), Mark Martuscello (5g-2a), Nick Rossi (3g-2a), Jeff Chapman (1g), Tim Wolfer (1a), Goaltending: Robert Masti 7s/8ga (48 mins).

 --  Bath controlled the game, holding the lead the entire time, on their way to a 17-8 win over Batavia. This is the first win for the Rams in the last five games; the Rams improve to 3-4. Bath's Brian Gable scored the opening goal (with an assist from Nick Rossi) and held a 16-4 lead going into the final quarter, however, Batavia scored four goals in the final quarter while holding Bath to only one goal.

Zach Reed was the big scorer for the Rams with 5g-5a. Reed added four straight goals spanning the second and third quarters. Attackman Reed (13), midfielder Nick Rossi (15) and attackman Mark Martuscello (10) led in shots for Bath. Overall the Rams outshot Batavia 52-22. Reed also led in ground balls with eleven; Gable (9), Rossi (9) and Martuscello (7) also made contributions to the ground ball battle. The Rams had 61 ground balls spanning 13 different players. Batavia's Kyle King led in ground balls for Batavia with eleven. Midfielder Chip Chapman also had nine ground balls for the Blue Devils.

In the cage, Robert Masti played the entire game for the Rams and finished the game with seven saves. For Batavia, Theo Hill played the entire game and finished with seventeen saves (50%). King was also a major player for the Blue Devils at the face-off draw winning 58% (15/26). return

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Brighton 18 - East Rochester 5  

The book for East Rochester: Torin Hudson (1g), Nick Reiss (1g-1a), Clayton Vaughn (1g), Darnell Rhodes (1g), Jordan Michele (1g), Goaltending: Liridon Dervisholli 18s/17ga = 51% (39 mins), Jonathan Caton 0s/1ga (9 mins)

The book for Brighton: CJ Wool (4g-4a), Brackett Bourne (3g), Kurt Minges (2g-2a), Alex Ballatori (2g-2a), Max Brauer (1g-1a), Steven Cregan (1g-1a), JT Haag (1g-1a), Matt Schuster (1g-1a), Justin Ryan (1g-1a), Alex Lebowitz (1g), Dan Pierce (1g), Goaltending: Jordan Carey 7s/2ga = 78% (34 mins), Matt Ingalls 2s/3ga (14 mins).

 --  After a relatively slow start, Brighton took a 3-1 quarter to a 6-3 half time score before amassing seven goals in the third and five more in the fourth quarter as they defeated host East Rochester 18-5.

Eleven different players made the offensive book for the Barons (8-0) and junior middie Max Brauer (1g-1a) won 15 of 20 face-offs for Brighton. The offensive charge was led by CJ Wool (4g-4a), Brackett Bourne (3g) and Kurt Minges and Alex Ballatori who each earned (2g-2a). Junior goalie Jordan Carey played most the game and recorded 7s/2ga for Brighton. Five different players for East Rochester each scored one goal. The Barons host the Thunder on Thursday while the Bombers take the rest of the week off. return

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Thomas 15 - Brockport 8  

The book for Thomas: Jack Hinderland (6g), JT Hauck (3g-3a), Kyle Rothfuss (2g), Zach Crawford (1g-1a), John Zawacki (1g), Brad Hutton (1g), Kenny Tomeno (1g-2a), John Hart (1a), Goaltending: Don Grace 0s/6ga (34 mins), Zack Mayer 4s/2ga = 67% (14 mins)

The book for Brockport: Jake Burns (4g), Bryan Johnson (2g), Jack Burns (1g), John Pacitto (1g), Dominic Trento (1a), Goaltending: Paul Duthoy 12s/15ga (48 mins).