Tuesday: Eastridge wins in Double Overtime


There were fifteen games played today in Section Five, a couple of close ones but mostly mismatches. Eastridge won their first game of the season using double overtime to defeat the Thunder 11-10. East Rochester beat Newark 8-7. All the other games were won by six goals.

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Eastridge 11 - Ath/Ody 10  

The book for Ath/Ody: Gino Prestigiacomo (3g-2a), Tyler Gorgione (3g-1a), Eric Hostetter (1g-1a), Anthony Merola (1g), Danny Vyverberg (1g), Matt Keough (1g), Andrew Prestigiacomo (1a), Goaltending: Zack Rudgers 9s/11ga (54 mins)

The book for Eastridge: Mike Mortillaro (4g), Chris Giruzzi (3g-1a), Ethan Printy (2g), Brandon Burley (1g), Kevin Stewart (1g), Luke Martello (1a), Matt Hess (1a), Goaltending: TJ Ennis 16s/10ga = 62% (54 mins).

 -- special report The Lancers, with just fifteen players, won their first game of the season, in double overtime, as junior midfielder Mike Mortillaro (4g) scored with 1:50 left to give Eastridge an 11-10 victory over the Greece Thunder. The game, played at Athena High School, saw twenty-one penalties (fifteen against Ath/Ody and six against Eastridge), including two three minute, non-releasable stick penalties against the Thunder.

The Lancers scored the first three goals of the game starting with senior middie Kevin Stewart's man up, unassisted goal, scored from outside. Mortillaro scored the second from a clear and a pass from junior defenseman Matt Hess and Ethan Printy scored an unassisted goal on a drive, sweeping right and bouncing the ball into the cage from medium range. Just when it looked like a first quarter shutout, sophomore middie Gino Prestigiacomo (3g-2a) worked his way from top right to center and scored for the Thunder with 0:02 left in the quarter which ended with the Lancers up 3-1.

eastr-athThe Thunder received a three minute stick penalty to start the second quarter and five goals during the penalty. Eastridge took the first one, just 0:25 into the quarter sophomore Chris Giruzzi picked up a loose ball and popped in past Greece goalie, Zack Rudgers. On the face off, Prestigiacomo won his own face off and when straight to the goal, scoring seven seconds later. Twenty-four second later, Mortillaro took the feed from Giruzzi and bounced the ball into the net. After a couple of clears (both ways), junior middie scored the second man down goal for Ath/Ody when, after taking some time off the penalty clock, he cut from behind the goal and shots one step past goal line extended. The last goal of the penalty was another man down goal by the Thunder when Eric Hostetter caught a feed from Andrew Prestigiacomo and scored from the high crease. The Thunder had scored three man down goals and the Lancers had scored two man up goals in the three minutes.

Eastridge then settled down and scored the next three goals including two in man up. Mortillaro took the ball from Giruzzi at 8:08 and bounced the ball in while in man up. About one minute later, the Lancers scored on another man up opportunity as Ethan Printy scored on a broken clear and a ground ball effort. Brandon Burley scored his unassisted goal during a fast break when sophomore Luke Martello fed him the ball. His shot bounced off Rudgers' chest pad and slowly rolled into the net. Less than a minute later, the Thunder scored the last goal of the quarter when Hostetter passed to Gorgione from wing to center and he scored with an outside shot, ending the half with Eastridge up 8-5.

After the break, the Thunder scored three unanswered goals, staring just forty-five seconds into the quarter. Gorgione scored on a sidearm shot and a drive to the right. Senior Matt Keough took a pass from the top of the box from Gino Prestigiacomo and scored from the right wing in man up and senior attackman Danny Vyverberg took a clearing feed from Gorgione and bounced the ball past Eastridge goalie TJ Ennis with just 0:05 left in the third quarter.

eastr-athWith the teams tied at 8-8 at the start of the last quarter, the thunder was hit with another three minute stick penalty. To the credit of the man down unit, not goals were scored during the penalty as the Thunder controlled the ball for most of the time. Eastridge broke the tie with 7:17 left when Giruzzi dodged his man behind the cage, and with no slide, scored on the one-on-one with Rudgers. They held the lead for about four minutes until Gino Prestigiacomo made a crosse field feed to freshman attackman Anthony Merola who scored with an outside overhand with 3:21. The Thunder gained possession of the ball after the ensuing face off and Gino Prestigiacomo ran the ball straight to the goal to give the Thunder a short-lived lead at 3:03. Seventeen seconds later Giruzzi found himself unguarded behind the cage and sprinted to the corner where he put it in the goal to end the scoring in the regulation and both teams tied at 10-10.

During the first overtime period both teams had opportunities and both goalies made at least one save. The teams were still tied after the first four minute period. As usual, in overtime, volume is the name of the game and both teams took as many shots as they could. Mortillaro's shot at 1:50 in the second overtime period was the winner for the Lancers.

Both goalies made a number of creditable saves. Ennis ended the game with sixteen and Rudgers ended with nine. Senior defenseman Brandon Cheeseman intercepted quite a number of Lancer passes and also stopped a number of Lancer fast breaks. Gino Prestigiacomo won a large number of face offs and picked up fifteen ground balls with his five points (3g-2a).

Mike Mortillaro (4g) and Chris Giruzzi (3g-1a) led the offense for the Lancers who travel to Brighton on Thursday. The Thunder travels to East Rochester for a late game on Thursday. return


Aquinas 13 - McQuaid Jesuit 4  

book for Aquinas: Anthony Bianchi (2g), Klay Heston (4g-1a), Brendan Hall (1g-1a), Mike Messina (4g), Bernard Gauthier (1g-2a), Austin Gorman (1g), Goaltending: Erich Wischmeyer 17s/4ga = 81% (48 mins)

The book for McQuaid Jesuit: Alex Pochodylo (1a), Mike Crawford (2g), Ryan Williams (1a), James Sturnick (1g), Tim Caton (1g), Goaltending: Pat Sheridan 11s/13ga (47 mins), Jon Crawford 0s/0ga (1 mins).

  --  Aquinas scored the first three goals of the game and led 5-3 at the half on their way to a 13-4 win over visiting McQuaid in GRALL action tonight. In the first AQ goal, Brendan Hall hit the cross bar and Anthony Bianchi picked the rebound out of the air and put it in the net. The game was marred by twenty-two penalties.

Klay Heston (4g-2a) and Mike Messina (4g) led the Little Irish offense while sophomore goalie, Erich Wischmeyer made 17s/4ga on the defensive score sheet. Mike Crawford led the Knight's offense with two goals.

Aquinas (8-3) is 1-1 with the Knights and will travel to Churchville-Chili for their next game on Thursday. McQuaid (9-2) travels to Bath on Thursday. return



Fairport 22 - Penfield 7  

The book for Penfield: Tucker Nelson (1g-1a), Matt Bilak (1g), Alex Miles (5g-1a), Goaltending

The book for Fairport: Brian Martin (2g), James Downs (1g), Connor McJury (1g), John Hawk (1g), Griffin Eberhardt (1g), James Manilla (3g-1a), James Cunningham (2a), Craig Heier (1g), Chris Button (1g-2a), Brendan Saylor (1g-4a), Tim Modesti (2g-2a), Derek DeJoe (2g-2a), Chris Reed (1g), Martin Manilla (1g-3a), Andrew Hays (4g), Goaltending: Kyle Bowerman 4s/7ga (48 mins).

  --  Fairport dominated Penfield 22-7. The Red Raiders reached a twelve goal lead three times; the first time with 11:05 remaining in the first quarter and the final time with 5:10 remaining in the third quarter. Only one Fairport player had more than two goals; midfielder Andrew Hays scored four goals for the Red Raiders. Attackman Brendan Saylor led with five points (1g-4a). Joining Hays with four points were Martin Manilla with1g-3a and Derek DeJoe with 2g-2a.

The Red Raiders had sixteen different players score at least one goal or one assist. Junior Griffin Eberhardt and senior Craig Heier both scored their first Varsity goals of the season. Stephen Danylyshyn finished at 56% at the face-off draw (10/18) and led in ground ball production for the Red Raiders. Additional ground ball tallies came from James Cunningham (4), Spencer Wright (4), Kyle Hale (3) and Jerry Warner (3). For Penfield, face-off man Connor Russell finished with seven ground balls. Russell was 52% (13/25) at the draw for the Patriots. return

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Geneva 9 - Bloomfield-Honeoye 0  

The book for Geneva: Andrew Ritter (1a), Patrick Roll (1g), Will Brennan (3g-2a), Sam Rollo (1g), Chris Pitifer (1g), Billy Eddington (3g), Goaltending: Ross Dinan 6s/0ga = 100% (48 mins)

The book for Bloomfield-Honeoye: Goaltending: Jay Nichols 8s/9ga (48 mins).

  -- special report Geneva handled the Pride, keeping them scoreless the entire game for a 9-0 win. Goalie Ross Dinan secured the shut-out with six saves. Leading the charge for the Panthers were junior attackmen Will Brennan (3g-2a) and Billy Eddington (3g). The Pride started the game strong and looked in control of the ball, however as the game progressed they slid downward, eventually resorting to illegal checks and getting multiple flags.

In the first quarter the Pride controlled the ball for nearly the entire quarter. Geneva added two goals in the first quarter. The first goal was a garbage goal with Brennan picking up the loose ball on the crease and finishing in the back of the net. The second goal was scored with an outside drive from the top left by Sam Rollo. The Pride, although unable to score, played nearly equal (if not better than) Geneva in the first quarter. They were patient, they controlled the ball and waited for opportunities as they kept the ball from the Panther offense. Although they were down by two goals they were still in the game.

In the second quarter, the Pride began to slip and the Panthers kept up the pressure. Geneva added two more goal within the first two minutes. Much like in the first quarter, the Panthers scored their first goal in an unsettled situation and the second goal with a more traditional drive. The first goal was scored during a fast-break with senior midfielder Zach Koczent picking up the ground ball at midfield and finding Brennan open down field. Brennan dodged the slide and finished into the back of the net. The second goal of the quarter was scored when Brennan drove from behind the cage and hit Patrick Roll, who was cutting ahead of him and was on the crease for the pass. The Panthers led 4-0 going into halftime.

In the third quarter the Pride began their fall. Geneva added two more goals, this time in the back-half of the quarter. Both Panther goals this quarter were in unsettled situations. The first was another loose ball at the crease with Chris Pitifer picking up the ball and finishing into the back of the net. The second goal was Eddington's first goal and was scored during a fast-break with a feed from Andrew Ritter. In the third quarter, Bloomfield-Honeoye was assessed four penalties (three personals). Although the Panthers could not convert, it was obvious to tell that the Pride was beginning to get frustrated that they could not get any points on the board. Overall the play of Dinan was just a portion of the reason why as the close defense played an equally important part in keeping the Pride off the scoreboard. The close defense held the Pride to only eighteen shots with only six on cage. Defensemen Schuyler Helmer, Mike Warner and Dan Pufnock were instrumental in the Panther win. Helmer finished the game with five one-on-one takes and seven ground balls, Warner finished with three takes and four ground balls and Pufnock finished with two takes and four ground balls.

In the fourth quarter, the Pride continued to lose focus. They added another four penalties in the quarter with Geneva only capitalizing on one goal. The first goal of the quarter was scored by Eddington and assisted by Brennan. The Panthers started the quarter with the ball after a hold-over penalty (their own penalty). Only 0:20 into the quarter, BH were given another penalty and the game went to 5-on-5 for 0:18. The Panthers patiently waited to be even and scored just 0:07 after being given the go-ahead by the coaching staff. The final two goals of the game were scored with more traditional drives. Eddington scored with a drive from behind and Brennan scored with a sweep from the top.

Overall, the Panthers demonstrated that they could be patient and wait for their opponents to make mistakes and then capitalize on them. Although they did poorly at man-up (1/6), they scored five of nine goals in unsettled situations. Conversely, the Pride got more and more frustrated as the game progressed and they could not find the back of the net. Leading the ground all charge for Bloomfield-Honeoye were Luke Blain (7), Luke Anderson (5) and Sean Beaney (4). In the cage for the Pride, Jay Nichols finished with eight saves. return

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Brighton 17 - Arc/Oly 4  

The book for Arc/Oly: Kendrick Heintzelman (2g), David Powlowski (1g), Robert Kitchen (1g), Goaltending: Tyler Catalfano 17s/17ga = 50% (48 mins)

The book for Brighton: CJ Wool (5g-2a), Steven Cregan (3g-3a), Brackett Bourne (2g), Casey Kopp (2g), Matan Cohen (2g), Kurt Minges (1g-2a), Dan Pierce (1g-1a), Matt Schuster (1g-1a), Alex Lebowitz (2a), Goaltending: Jordan Carey 4s/4ga = 50% (35 mins), Matt Ingalls 3s/0ga = 100% (13 mins).

   --  After an even 3-2 first quarter Brighton poured on the goals for a 17-4 win over the Greece Lightning this afternoon at Arcadia High School. Nine different players made the offensive book for the Barons including CJ Wool (5g-1a) and Steven Cregan (3g-3a).

The Brighton defense kept the ball away from their goalies, Jordan Carey (4s/4ga 35 mins) and Matt Ingalls (3s/0ga 13 mins). Kendrick Heintzelman had two goals for Arc/Oly who next play Ath/Ody on Saturday.

Brighton (11-0) hosts Eastridge on Thursday night. return


Livonia 15 - Bath 6  

The book for Bath: Zach Reed (1g-1a), Brian Gable (2g-1a), Mark Martuscello (1g), Nick Rossi (2g-2a), Goaltending: Robert Masti 6s/15ga (42 mins), Adam Force 2s/0ga = 100% (6 mins)

The book for Livonia: Chris Bausch (5g-4a), Jeff Wester (7g-4a), Mike Donals (3g-1a), Josh Wester (1a), Goaltending: Ethan Jamison 14s/6ga = 70% (43 mins), Joe Simpson 2s/0ga = 100% (5 mins).

  --  Livonia defeated Bath, 15-6 on the shoulders of midfielder Jeff Wester's 7g-4a and attackman Chris Bausch's 5g-4a. Mike Donals (3g-1a) and Josh Wester (1a) finished out the scoring for the Bulldogs. The Bulldogs were patient and kept up a good pace throughout of entire game.

Bath scored the first goal of the game with an unassisted goal from Nick Rossi. Rossi finished leading for the Rams with 2g-2a. Livonia came back with their own goal from Donals (assisted by Bausch) to tie the game at 1-1. Bath took the lead again with Rossi assisting Brian Gable at 6:41. Livonia came back with a face-off fast-break goal from Wester only 0:21 later to tie the game for the second time at 2-2. Bath took the lead for the third time with an unassisted goal from Gable. Two minutes later, Livonia tied the game yet again at 3-3 with Bausch assisting Donals. For the first time Livonia took the lead with another unassisted goal from Wester only 0:16 after their last goal. liv-bathWith 2:37 remaining in the first quarter Livonia took their first lead. Livonia scored yet another goal with 0:01 remaining when Wester assisted Bausch. Livonia led 5-3 after the first quarter.

Livonia kept up the pressure and added three more goals before Bath scored again (a total of six unanswered goals). Bath scored two goals before the end of the first half with Zach Reed (assisted by Rossi) and Mark Martuscello (assisted by Gable) scoring the two goals. Livonia held a four goal lead going into halftime (9-5). Livonia, before the game, made it a key point to win the third quarter. They came out and dominated the second half, scoring the first four goals of the third quarter and holding Bath scoreless until 0:06 remaining in the third quarter. Bath's final goal was scored with a set play with Reed drive from the top and Rossi coming off a pick for the goal. Livonia added two more unanswered goals in the fourth quarter to cement the victory.

Ethan Jamison stepped up for the Bulldogs and finished with 14 saves, including a number of key saves early that kept Livonia in the game. Joe Simpson finished the game with two saves for Livonia. Bath's Robert Masti played the majority of the game and finished with six saves. Adam Force finished the game for the Rams and made two saves.

Wester finished 69% at the face-off draw for Livonia and led in ground balls with seven. Defenseman Tristan Hudak also had four ground balls for the Bulldogs. For Bath, Zach Reed (7), Matt Nesbitt (5) and Drew Wager (4) led in ground balls. return

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Pal-Mac 16 - Waterloo 8  

The book for Waterloo: Joe Osterhout (1a), Tim Wright (1g-2a), Cody Riegel (1g), Spencer Dino (1a), Tim Freier (2g), Chance Lowry (1g), Dylan Chilson (3g-1a), Goaltending: Zach Ramirez 6s/7ga (24 mins), Josh Bailey 7s/9ga (24 mins)

The book for Pal-Mac: Dom Chapman (1g), Mike Russell (2g-2a), Jeff Kier (3g-2a), Sean Nolan (2a), Mike DeMar (7g-2a), Ben Reeves (2g-3a), Luke Prince (1a), Matt Carkner (1g) Goaltending: Matt Carkner 18s/8ga = 69% (48 mins).

  --  After a 2-2 first quarter, Pal-Mac outscored Waterloo 11-3 over the next two quarters on their way to a 16-8 win on the road.

Junior attackman, Mike DeMar recorded 7g-2a to lead the (7-2) Raiders along with Jeff Kier (3g-2a). Goalie Matt Carkner was 18s/8ga for Pal-Mac who play at Marcus Whitman on Thursday.

Dylan Chilson (3g-1a) led the offensive effort for the Indians who host the Pride on Thursday. return


Midlakes 16 - Newark 2  

The book for Newark: Jack Timerson (1g), Eli Ebanks (1g), Ryan Kommer (1a), Goaltending: Dominic Camblin 11s/14ga (38 mins), Nate Gardner 0s/2ga (10 mins)

The book for Midlakes: Matt Barilla (1g-4a), Cory Gray (3g), Brandon Sauve (1g-2a), Tyler Brooks-Lambert (6g-2a), Nick Judge (3g-2a), Rob Buchwald (2g-2a), Goaltending: Matt Brennessel 5s/2ga = 71% (42 mins), Tucker Jensen 2s/0ga = 100% (6 mins).

   --  Midlakes scored eight goals in the second quarter on their way to a 16-2 win over their hosts, Newark this afternoon.

Six players made the offensive book for the Eagles while the defense in front of sophomore goalie, Matt Brennessel and junior goalie, Tucker Jensen held the Reds scoreless in the second half.

Midlakes travels to Geneva on Thursday while Newark hosts Mynderse Academy. return


Thomas 17 - Victor 9  

The book for Victor: Mitch Rupp (1g-1a), Max Hill (1g-1a), Connor Kimball (2g-2a), Andy Poitras (1g), Pat D`Angelo (1g-1a), John Maloney (2g-2a), Kyle Benwitz (1g), Goaltending: Steve Basile 13s/17ga (48 mins)

The book for Thomas: Troy Crevier (1g), Kenny Tomeno (3g), Brad Hutton (5g-1a), Zach Crawford (2a), Jack Hinderland (7g-1a), JT Hauck (1g-3a), Goaltending: Don Grace 11s/6ga = 65% (36 mins), Zack Mayer 3s/3ga = 50% (12 mins).

   --  Although Victor stayed close for the first six minutes, the Titans scored twelve out of fourteen straight goals spanning the first three quarters to defeat the Blue Devils 17-9. Thomas and Victor traded the first four goals, with each team scoring two goals. The score was tied at 2-2 with a goal from Pat D'Angelo (assisted by Connor Kimball) at 4:59 remaining in the first quarter.

Thomas scored the next eight goals unanswered into the third quarter. Thomas added three more in the first quarter, three more in the second quarter and two more in the third quarter before Victor scored again. Thomas continued the pressuring, after trading one goal with Victor, Thomas added three more goals to take a twelve goal lead for a short time. Victor fought back to within six goals however the Titans never let the game get out of their control.

Thomas was led by Jack Hinderland (7g-1a). Hinderland finished with fourteen shots and twelve on cage. Face-off man Kenny Tomeno finished at 50% (7/14) and led the Titans in ground balls with seven. For Victor, Collin O'Shea finished at 54% (13/24) and also led his team with six ground balls. Between the pipes, Thomas played two different goalies. Don Grace played three quarters and finished with eleven saves and Zack Mayer played one quarter and finished with two saves. Steve Basile played the entire game for Victor and finished with 13 saves. return

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Schroeder 16 - Hilton 6  

The book for Schroeder: Cody Consul (6g-2a), Alex Powell (2g), Joe Nicodemi (1g), Parrish McKnight (1g), Johnny Murray (1a), Brett Farrell (3g-2a), Dylan DiFante (1g-1a), Cody Henry (2g-1a), Goaltending: Scott Tota 9s/5ga = 64% (40 mins), Nick Russo 1s/1ga = 50% (8 mins)

The book for Hilton: Mike Meeks (3g-1a), David Smith (3g), Jake Montgomery (1a), Kyle Youngman (2a), Goaltending: Mitch Smith 9s/16ga (48 mins).

   --  Schroeder scored eight straight goals in the second and third quarters on their way to a 16-6 win over Hilton. The Warriors scored the first four goals of the game before Hilton scored their first. Schroeder held the Cadets scoreless in the first quarter, taking a three goal lead.

In the second quarter, Cody Consul scored the first goal with an assist from Cody Henry. Hilton came back and scored the next three goals to bring the game within one goal. With 6:43 remaining in the first half, the Cadets were within one goal, however the Warriors started their run and it wasn't until the score was 12-3 that the Cadets scored again. Hilton added two more goals late in the third quarter to end the quarter 13-5 in favor of Schroeder. In the fourth quarter Schroeder kept up the pressure and led 3-1. Parrish McKnight, Alex Powell and Dylan DiFante scored in the fourth quarter for Schroeder.

Consul finished the game with 6g-2a for the Warriors and three ground balls. Also leading in ground balls were Johnny Murray with four and Josh Reed with five. Hilton saw David Smith and Mike Meeks each scoring three goals. Smith took the most shots for the Cadets with 14 shots and eight on cage. Cory Endres led the Cadets with four ground balls. Defenseman Dylan Hickey and Luke Trowbridge both had two ground balls as well for Hilton.

In the cage for Hilton, Mitch Smith finished with nine saves. The teams split evenly for the face-off draw, with each team winning 12 face-offs. Luke Trowbridge took all the face-offs for Hilton. For Schroeder, Johnny Murray finished 2/5 and Josh Reed finished 8/12. return

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Pittsford 15 - Gates Chili 4  

The book for Gates Chili: Grant Ferguson (1g-1a), Tyler Webb (1g-1a), Steven Campaniello (1g), Joe Drabin (1g), Goaltending: Brian Lane 7s/15ga (48 mins)

The book for Pittsford: James Purpura (5g-1a), Alex Kober (3g-1a), TJ Iuppa (3g-1a), Jack Lauroesch (1g), Thomas Rodenhouse (2g), James Burke (1g), Steven Troup (1a), Goaltending: Conor Quinn 5s/2ga = 71% (24 mins), Luke Loveys 6s/2ga = 75% (24 mins).

   --  The Panthers took an 11-2 halftime score and advanced it to a 15-4 victory at Gates Chili this evening.

Senior midfielder TJ Iuppa and junior Alex Kober each had (3g 1a) and senior attackman James Purpura added 5g-1a for the Panther offense while starting goalie Conor Quinn (5s/2ga) and second half goalie Luke Loveys (6s/2ga) protected the defensive end. Pittsford (9-1) host Hilton on Thursday.

Grant Ferguson and Tyler Webb each had 1g-1a for the Spartans who host Penfield on Friday night. return


Canandaigua 11 - HFL 5  

The book for HFL: Nick Weston (1g), Drew Tallon (1a), Eric Boike (3g), Benjamin Stewart (1a), Mickey Allan (1g), Jason Breau (2a), Goaltending: Jay Tallon 12s/11ga = 52% (48 mins)

The book for Canandaigua: Brandon Thomson (1g), Adam Knapton (1g-1a), Deven Alves (1g-1a), Tom LaCrosse (1g-1a), Bryan Peck (2g), Gannon Osborn (2g-1a), Jordan Reals (1a), Nic Wood (1g), Evan Helming (2g), Goaltending: Nick King 16s/4ga = 80% (43 mins), Corey Griffin 1s/1ga = 50% (4 mins), LaShawn Williams 0s/0ga (1 mins).

   --  Canandaigua scored five goals in the second quarter, while holding the Cougars scoreless on their way to an 11-5 win. The Braves held HFL for 25:11 spanning the first three quarters. The Cougars scored the opening goal with 10:44 remaining in the first quarter with Jason Breau assisting Eric Boike during an extra-man opportunity. The Braves came back and scored their first goal with 6:14 remaining in the quarter with an unassisted goal by Tom LaCrosse.

The first quarter ended with the score 1-1. The Braves continued in the second quarter with five unanswered goals (four in the second and one in the third quarter). Canandaigua led 5-1 going into halftime. The first goal of the third quarter was scored by Bryan Peck (unassisted). HF-L came back with two more goals to bring the game to back within three goals. Boike added his second goal (once again assisted by Breau and ca-hflonce again during man-up). With 8:48 remaining Nick Weston scored (assisted by Benjamin Stewart). Three goals was the closest the Cougars could get. Canandaigua added four more goals before the end of the third quarter. Gannon Osborn and Evan Helming each scored two goals in the final half of the third quarter. Adam Knapton, LaCrosse and Jordan Reals each assisted one of the goals.

HFL added two goals in the fourth quarter and Braves added one goal. Boike and Mickey Allan added the two goals for the Cougars. The sole Canandaigua goal was scored by Brandon Thomson. The Braves had three different players between the pipes. Nick King played the majority of the game and finished with 16 saves. Corey Griffin played for four minutes with one save and one goal against. LaShawn Williams played for one minute, but did not face a shot.

At the face-off draw, Jordan Gushue finished at 60% for the Cougars (12/20). Gushue also led his team with ten ground balls; goalie Jay Tallon and midfielder Jake Lee also made contributions with four ground balls each. return

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Churchville-Chili 14 - Brockport 6  

The book for Brockport: Geoff Catlin (1a), Nick Sutphen (1g), Jake Burns (3g), Jack Burns (1g), Trevor Hayward (1a), John Pacitto (1g-1a), Goaltending: Chris Ioannone 9s/14ga (48 mins)

The book for Churchville-Chili: Ryan Yunker (1g-2a), Taylor Kolmer (1g-2a), Adam McWilliams (1a), Alex Pavone (5g-2a), Zach Yehl (2g), Trevor Hodgins (1g-1a), Pat Bonafede (1g), Nick Gray (2g), Jon Hemink (4a), Kevin Widzinski (1g), Goaltending: Wolodia Huley 3s/1ga = 75% (24 mins), Jack Corcoran 2s/5ga (24 mins).

   --  Churchville-Chili easily defeated Brockport 14-6. The Saints scored the first seven goals of the game before Brockport's John Pacitto scored unassisted with 1:30 remaining in the first quarter. Churchville-Chili continued the pressure after Pacitto's goal scoring another six goals before Brockport scored again.

The Saints were up 13-1 in the third quarter when the Blue Devils scored their second goal. Jake Burns scored two unassisted goals for Brockport late in the third quarter. The Saints only scored one more goal with 2:01 remaining in the third quarter. Taylor Kolmer passed the ball to Zach Yehl for the final Churchville-Chili goal. Brockport scored the final three goals of the game. Nick Sutphen scored with 0:56 remaining in the third (assisted by Trevor Hayward) and Jake Burns scored with 0:21 remaining in the third quarter (assisted by Geoff Catlin).

Jack Burns scored the final goal of the game with 9:44 remaining in the fourth quarter. The Saints dominated nearly all statistical areas. Churchville-Chili led 55-38 in ground balls. Attackman Trevor Hodgins finished with a team leading ten ground balls. Midfielders Kolmer (6) and Nick Gray (4), along with attackman Ryan Yunker (4) and Alex Pavone (4) and defenseman Steven Rinck (4) also made contributions. For Brockport, midfielder Jake Burns finished with ten ground balls to lead his team. Also defensemen Pat Steves (7) and John Pacitto (5) finished with leading ground balls.

At the face-off draw, Hodgins finished 11/16 (69%) for Churchville-Chili. For Brockport Jake Burns finished at 58% (7/12). In the cage, Chris Ioannone finished with nine saves for the Blue Devils. Wolodia Hurley and Jack Corcoran each played a half for the Saints. Hurley finished with three saves and Corcoran finished with two saves. return

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Mynderse 18 - Marcus Whitman 6  

The book for Mynderse: Aaron Peterman (5g-2a), Matt Koopman (5g-2a), Nick Giovannini (3g), Mike Clark (2g-1a), Danny Galusha (3a), Jesse Janas (2g), Brett Wood (2a), Jerry Jones (1g), Goaltending: Tim Trickler 14s/5ga = 74% (40 mins), Aaron Peterman 2s/1ga = 67% (8 mins)

The book for Marcus Whitman: Shawn Allen (2g), Jeffrey Bero (1g), Taylor Lazzaro (1g), Perry Mortensen (1g), Karl Gray (1g), Goaltending: Bobby Mason 9s/18ga (48 mins).

   --  After a 2-2 first quarter Mynderse Academy took off with six goals in the second and ten more in the second half on their way to an 18-6 victory over visiting Marcus Whitman.

Junior midfielder Danny Galusha won twenty-one of twenty-five face offs for the Blue Devils. Freshman middie Aaron Peterman (5g-2a) and senior attackman Matt Koopman (5g-2a) led the offensive charge for Mynderse (4-4) while Tim Trickler recorded 14s/5ga in the cage (40 mins).

Senior attackman Shawn Allen led the Wildcats with 2g.

Mynderse will be at Newark on Thursday while Marcus Whitman will host Pal-Mac. return


East Rochester 8 - Batavia 7  

   --  There were no reports from East Rochester or Batavia. return