Thursday: The Streak Ends, Thomas over CA


After 30 straight wins, Canandaigua lost in a close game to Webster Thomas, 11-10 this afternoon. The Titans overcame a 5-4 halftime score with a strong third quarter and determination in the last quarter with the winning goal by TJ Hauck with twenty-five second left the regulation. Aquinas played a close one and with seven goals in the second half beat Churchville-Chili 12-10. Rush-Henrietta beat Schroeder 13-11. Other winners were Batavia, Brighton, Victor, Pittsford, Mynderse, Geneva, B-H, Pal-Mac and McQuaid.

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Thomas 11 - Canandaigua 10  

The book for Thomas: Jack Hinderland (4g), Zach Crawford (3g), JT Hauck (2g-2a), Kenny Tomeno (2g), Brad Hutton (1a), Goaltending: Don Grace 14s/10ga = 58% (48 mins)

The book for Canandaigua: Brandon Thomson (3g), Deven Alves (2g), Tom LaCrosse (3g), Gannon Osborn (1g-2a), Bryan Peck (1g), Goaltending: Nick King 16s/11ga = 59% (47 mins), Corey Griffin 0s/0ga (1 mins).

  -- special report The SportsFive ranked number one and number two teams faced off today in what could be a preview of the Class B championship and it was Thomas over Canandaigua 11-10. Canandaigua's last loss came at the hands of Corning East early last year and had been unbeaten in the last thirty games.

The first quarter started off slowly with a great deal of transition and numerous shots off the mark but by the quarter Canandaigua had a one goal lead, 3-2. With each team scoring two goals in the second quarter, the Braves still led 5-4 at the halftime break.

A strong third quarter saw the Titans take a 3-1 advantage and a 7-6 lead by the end of three quarters. Thomas scored at 10:52 to take a two goal advantage in the fourth but Canandaigua returned with a goal at 8:11 and then tied the game at 8-8 at 7:46. A strong effort by Tom LaCrosse kept the Braves in the offensive game at this point. Canandaigua was ahead 10-9 with 4:52 left, but thom-cathe Titans came right back to tie the game at 10-10 with 4;39 remaining. JT Hauck scored the final goal for the Titans with 24.6 second left in the game and, after gaining possession, kept the ball away from Canandaigua for the win.

Key players for the Titans included Jack Hinderland (4g), Zach Crawford (3g) and JT Hauck (2g-2a). Ken Tomeno (2g) won fifteen of twenty face offs, which gave Thomas critical ball time, particularly toward the end of the game when the pressure was on. Don Grace who made 14 saves for Thomas, including a dramatic one in the last minutes of the game was also a large factor in the game.

Canandaigua had quite a few shots miss the cage and unlike the precision passing game that they played last weekend when the beat Fairport, spent most of their play-making in single dimensional drives and passing around the outside of the Titan defense. Although they possessed large amounts of ball time, they had numerous turnovers without productive shots on cage. In the last quarter, however, based greatly on individual efforts, they nearly staged a comeback.

Thomas gets to savor their win over the weekend as their next game is on Tuesday when they travel to HF-L. Canandaigua will study the video and prepare to host Churchville-Chili on Tuesday. return



Rush-Henrietta 13 - Schroeder 11  

The book for Rush-Henrietta: Jackson Sadowski (1g), Jake Alvarez (1g-1a), Corey Spuck (1a), Joe Perkins (5g), Torry Whitcher (1a), Chris Aycock (2g-2a), Brad Sauln (2g-1a), Austin Freudenvoll (2g), Goaltending: Corey Spuck 8s/11ga (48 mins)

The book for Schroeder: Cody Consul (5g-1a), Alex Powell (2g-2a), Eric Saltrelli (1a), Johnny Murray (1a), Brett Farrell (2g-2a), Mike Blood (1g), Cody Henry (1g), Goaltending: Scott Tota 10s/13ga (48 mins).

-- special report Rush-Henrietta started slowly, but outscored Webster Schroeder 11-7 in the second half to cement their 13-11 win over the Warriors. The Royal Comets scored six unanswered goals to end the second quarter and start the third quarter moving from being down 1-4 to leading 7-4 with 5:33 remaining in the third quarter. Going into the fourth quarter, Schroeder re-took the lead 9-8, however the Royal Comets stepped up again with another streak of three goals (and five of the next six) to keep their lead. There were six goals scored in the final three minutes of play.

Schroeder's Cody Consul scored the first three goals of the competition all unassisted. Consul scored the first two driving from behind the cage and the third during a slow break from the midfield line. Consul finished the game with a team leading 5g-1a. Consul also took 13/37 shots for the Warriors. RH added their first goal of the game with 0:26 remaining in the opening quarter when Joe Perkins drove from behind the cage. The first quarter ended with the score 3-1 in favor of Schroeder.

rh-schroSchroeder added another goal half way through the second quarter, with a dead ball drive by Eric Saltrelli where he found Alex Powell open on the crease for the goal. Schroeder led 4-1 with 6:50 remaining in the first half. RH added their first of six straight goals with a face-off fast-break from Chris Aycock. Aycock picked up the ball from the wing line and brought it all the way down for the goal only 0:12 after the Schroeder goal. Both teams jockeyed back and forth for position during the remainder of the first half. The Warriors had difficulty clearing the ball; at one point Jake Alvarez intercepted a pass during a clearing try and shot at what appeared to be an open goal. Schroeder goalie Scott Tota made a running and diving save from 10 yards out, stopping the ball with the extended shaft of his cross. Tota played well throughout the game; although he only finished with ten saves, many were incredibly difficult saves. The second quarter ended with Schroeder still holding their two goal lead from the first quarter.

The second half was a different team for the Royal Comets. RH was composed and although they were taking similar number of shots (21 in the first half 22 in the second half) many more were on cage (9 in the first half and 14 in the second half). The Royal Comets took the pressure up a couple steps in the third quarter. 1:03 into the quarter RH took first blood. During another clearing attempt by the Warriors, Aycock intercepted the ball and found Joe Perkins open up field for the goal. Exactly thirty seconds later RH scored again with an outside shot by Brad Sauln. Sauln led his team in ground balls with nine and also finished at 60% at the face-off draw. Tying the scoring caused the Warriors to call a time-out and attempt to regroup, but it was not enough. The Royal Comets took the ball down and forced a few too many shots on the cage (four missed shots in a row). With 7:26 remaining in the third quarter the Royal Comets took the first lead of the game with an unassisted by from Jake Alvarez. The coaching staff for RH felt one of the missed shots was a goal that tore the net and after stopping the play to inspect the net, play resumed with Alvarez having the ball. Alvarez took the ball straight from the side left into the crease and put the ball into the back of the net. Another minute later and RH extended their lead with a cross-crease feed from Alvarez to Austin Freudenvoll. Less than thirty seconds later the Royal Comets scored their sixth straight unanswered goal after a shot by Torry Whitcher went wide of the cage and Perkins scooped up the loose ball behind the net. Perkins came up around GLE and put the ball into the back of the cage.

At this point the Royal Comets had their own three goal lead (7-4). Schroeder came back with two goals of their own with another unassisted goal from Consul (during man-up) with 4:36 remaining. The next Schroeder goal came just over a minute later and began with a RH fast-break. RH had a fast-break going up the field with Alvarez taking the shot. Tota came up with another of his strong saves and quickly looked up field to find Powell breaking near the midfield line. Powell brought the ball up and found Brett Farrell open on for their fast-break goal. Schroeder brought the score within one goal. However, it was RH that scored next duringrh-schro another clearing situation. Much like Tota, RH goalie Corey Spuck had a number of impressive moments for the Royal Comets. Spuck, on this play, took the ball all the way up the field during a clear and, after the slide, found Perkins unguarded on the crease. Schroeder scored the last goal of the third quarter only 0:12 later with a face-off fast-break of their own. Long stick defenseman Ryan Martin picked up the ground ball and found Consul open in the attack. Consul looked to Farrell for the goal to keep the Warriors within one goal. RH held on to an 8-7 lead going into the fourth quarter.

Schroeder came out of the gates in the fourth quarter with a vengeance. Schroeder scored their first goal of the quarter during man-up to tie the game. Johnny Murray found Cody Henry open with and outside shot to tie the game. A cross-crease feed from Powell to Consul gave Schroeder the lead back after 11:22. However, the Royal Comets stepped up and scored the next three goals (and five of the next six) to take the lead back and hold on to it. RH's Aycock scored with a fast-break from the midfield line. Three minutes later another fast-break gave the Royal Comets the lead back. Aycock found Freudenvoll open across the crease for the go ahead goal. Freudenvoll's goal came at 3:06 remaining in the game. Another five goals were scored before the end of the contest. RH added another goal 0:33 seconds later when, during a subbing opportunity, Sauln took advantage of the distraction to drive past his man and score. Schroeder scored their own goal on a face-off fast-break 0:14 later with long stick Mike Blood scoring (assisted by attackman Farrell). 0:10 after the Schroeder goal, RH face-off man Sauln found Perkins open for a face-off fast-break of their own. The next goal was over a minute later and occurred against an open net. Schroeder was pressing out with their goalie, attempting to get the ball back and Jackson Sadowski took the shot on the open goal (assisted by Whitcher). The final goal of the game was scored by Powell (assisted by Farrell) with 0:46 remaining. Sauln won the last face-off and the Royal Comets stalled the ball for the remaining time.

RH definitely had the volume to win the game. Both teams had 30% of their shots resulting in goals; however the Royal Comets outshot the Warriors 43-37. Perkins and Aycock combined for 21 shots for the Royal Comets. Schroeder won the ground ball battle 39-37. Face-off man Murray finished at 53% for the Warriors (8/15) and led in ground ball production for Schroeder with nine. Defensemen Blood and Roach both added five ground balls to the team tally. In addition to Sauln's nine ground balls, Aycock and Whitcher both added five. In the cage for RH, Spuck finished with eight saves. return

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Batavia 13 - Spencerport 8  

The book for Batavia: Will Mulcahy (7g-1a), Joe Pedro (2g-1a), Kyle Maniace (2g-1a), Chad Luce (1a), Chip Chapman (2g-6a), Trevor Powers (1a), Goaltending: Theo Hill 16s/8ga = 67% (48 mins)

The book for Spencerport: Nick Fischer (3g-1a), Kristan Barbato (2g), Seth Miller (1g-1a), Matt Kaser (1g-1a), Austin Hintz (1g-1a), Marcus Palvino (2a), Andrew Sformo (1a) Goaltending: Tyler Schweikert 14s/12ga = 54% (47 mins), Josh Sweeney 1s/1ga = 50% (1 mins).

  --  Although Spencerport came out to an early lead, Batavia won in the end 13-8 over the Rangers. The Blue Devils were led in scoring by Will Mulcahy with 7g-1a. Spencerport scored the first three goals of the game with Nick Fischer, Seth Miller and Kristan Barbato all scoring. Batavia's Kyle Maniace scored with 0:09 remaining in the first quarter to put the Blue Devils on the board. The Rangers led 3-1 after the first quarter.

In the second quarter, Batavia started fighting back. Batavia's Mulcahy scored the first goal of the quarter unassisted with 5:45 remaining in the half. Spencerport came back with a goal of their own only 0:41 later, with Andrew Sformo finding Fischer open. Batavia added the next two with goals from Joe Pedro and Chip Chapman to tie the game at 4-4. Spencerport's Fischer added yet another goal to retake the lead for the Rangers. However, it was short lived as Batavia scored goals at 0:44 (Mulcahy for Pedro) and 0:19 (Mulcahy from Chapman). The Blue Devils led 6-5 at halftime.

In the third quarter the Blue Devils extended their lead scoring the first four goals of the quarter. Batavia led 10-5 before the Rangers scored again. The teams traded goals back and forth but, Batavia held off any further advances for the win. In the cage for Batavia, Theo Hill finished with 16 saves. For the Rangers, Tyler Schweikert played nearly all the game and made 14 saves. Josh Sweeney played one minute and finished with one save and one goal against. return


Brighton 17 - Eastridge 3  

The book for Brighton: Nick Wolak (4g-1a), CJ Wool (4g), Matan Cohen (4g), Alex Ballatori (2g), Steven Cregan (1g-1a), Alex Lebowitz (1g-1a), Brackett Bourne (1g), Dan Pierce (1a), Goaltending: Matt Ingalls 7s/3ga = 70% (48 mins)

The book for Eastridge: Mike Mortillaro (1g), Chris Giruzzi (1g), Ethan Printy (1g), Goaltending: TJ Ennis 16s/17ga (48 mins).

  --  Brighton continued their unbeaten streak, now at 12-0 with a 17-3 win over visiting Eastridge as eight different players made the offensive book for the Barons.

Scoring four goals each were Nick Wolak (4g-1a), CJ Wool (4g) and Matan Cohen (4g). Matt Ingalls recorded 7 saves for the Barons who travel to Pittsford on Saturday.

Mike Mortillaro (1g), Chris Giruzzi (1g), and Ethan Printy (1g) scored for the Lancers while TJ Ennis made 16 saves. Eastridge travels to Hilton on Saturday. return


Victor 10 - Brockport 4  

The book for Victor: Mitch Rupp (2a), Max Hill (1g-2a), Connor Kimball (1a), Pat D`Angelo (4g), John Maloney (1g-1a), Trevor O`Shea (1a), Mike Ewanechko (1g), Dale Mattice (3g), Goaltending: Steve Basile 19s/4ga = 83% (48 mins)

The book for Brockport: Nick Sutphen (1g), Jake Burns (2g), Jack Burns (1a), Trevor Hayward (1g), Goaltending: Paul Duthoy 25s/10ga = 71% (48 mins).

 --  Victor controlled the game against Brockport, defeating them 10-4. Victor won all but the second quarter (which they tied). Victor outshot Brockport 41-27 with 35-23 shots on cage. Victor's scoring was led by Pat D'Angelo (4g) and Dale Mattice (3g).

Both teams had 85% of their shots on cage. For Victor, D'Angelo finished with nine shots, all on cage; Connor Kimball took six shots (five on cage, no goals); John Maloney had seven shots (six on cage, one goal) and Mattice with four shots (all on cage, three goals). Overall, 19 different players had at least one ground ball for Victor. Leading the charge were defensemen Alex Davis (5) and Dan Declerk (4) as well as midfielder Kimball (4). For Brockport, attackman Dominic Trento (6) and Jake Burns (4) led in ground balls. Trento and Burns also took the most shots for Brockport. Burns finished with eight shots (six on cage and two goals) and Trento finished with eight shots (six on cage, no goals). In the goal for Brockport, Paul Duthoy finished with 25 saves. For Victor, Steve Basile played the entire game and finished with 19 saves. return

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Aquinas 12 - Churchville-Chili 10  

The book for Churchville-Chili: Ryan Yunker (2g-1a), Taylor Kolmer (2g-1a), Alex Pavone (2g-2a), Trevor Hodgins (1g), Jon Hemink (3g), Goaltending: Wolodia Huley 5s/12ga (48 mins)

The book for Aquinas: Bernard Gauthier (1g), Klay Heston (2g), Brendan Hall (2g), Anthony Starnino (1g), Austin Gorman (3g-3a), Anthony Bianchi (2g-1a), Jake Vogl (1g), Goaltending: Erich Wischmeyer 6s/10ga (48 mins).

  --  Churchville-Chili controlled the first half of play but Aquinas scored seven unanswered goals in the second half to defeat the Saints 12-10. The Little Irish trailed 9-4 with 1:12 remaining in the second quarter before scoring eight straight. The Saints scored the final goal of the game with 2:08 remaining in the game.

Churchville-Chili scored the first goal of the game when Taylor Kolmer scored on the first shot of the game. Less than a minute later Austin Gorman passed the ball to Anthony Bianchi for the goal. Two minutes later Churchville-Chili scored again with an unassisted goal from Jon Hemink. Gorman scored his first goal of the game to tie the game yet again at 2-2. Aquinas took their first lead of the game with a no angle shot by Brendan Hall with 2:58 remaining in the first quarter. Churchville-Chili tied the game once again at 3-3 with an unassisted goal by Trevor Hodgins. The first quarter ended with the score still tied at 3-3.

aq-ccIn the second quarter the Saints stepped up their play and dominated. Churchville-Chili scored six goals and held Aquinas to only two. Churchville-Chili scored the first four goals of the quarter, including two goals during extra-man offense. With 6:25 remaining, the Little Irish added a goal when Gorman found Anthony Starnino open. Churchville-Chili scored two more goals with Pavone scoring (during extra-man) and then assisting Hemink. Overall, Churchville-Chili scored three man-up goals in the second quarter. Gorman scored the final goal of the quarter with 0:17 remaining and primed the Little Irish for the upcoming third quarter. The first half ended with Churchville-Chili still leading 9-5.

In the third quarter it was like a different Little Irish team. The Little Irish wiped away the Churchville-Chili lead with goals spread out over the entire quarter. About one minute into the quarter Hall scored his second goal of the game with a drive from behind the cage. Klay Heston, Bernard Gauthier and Bianchi added goals for the Little Irish. Bianchi's goal tied the game with 2:31 remaining with an unassisted goal. The third quarter ended with the score tied for the fourth time at 9-9.

In the fourth quarter Aquinas kept up the pressure with three more goals. Gorman added his third and final goal followed by his third and final assist to Jake Vogl. Vogl scored his goal during an extra-man opportunity. The final Aquinas goal of the game came from an unassisted goal by Heston with 4:01 remaining. Ryan Yunker scored the final goal of the game and the first Churchville-Chili goal in 23:20.

Both teams took 33 shots with Aquinas having 17 shots on cage and Churchville-Chili only having 16 on cage. Churchville-Chili won the ground ball battle 42-36. Defenseman Nick Bruno (9) and attackmen Yunker (7) and Hodgins (7) led in ground balls for the Saints. For the Little Irish, midfielder Mike Messina (8), long stick midfielder Starnino (7) and Hall (6) led in ground balls. In the cage for Churchville-Chili, Wolodia Hurley finished with five saves. For Aquinas, Erich Wischmeyer finished with six saves. return

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Pittsford 15 - Hilton 6  

The book for Pittsford: TJ Iuppa (4g-2a), Alex Kober (2a), James Burke (1g-2a), Matt Gold (2g-2a), James Purpura (3g-3a), Thomas Rodenhouse (1g), Matt Palmer (1g-1a), Corey Parke (2g), Alex Proper (1g), Goaltending: Alex Howell 4s/1ga = 80% (36 mins), Conor Quinn 5s/1ga = 83% (5 mins), Luke Loveys 1s/4ga (7 mins)

The book for Hilton: Kyle Youngman (2g), David Smith (1g), Mike Meeks (3g), Cory Endres (1a), Dylan Hickey (1a), Goaltending: Mitch Smith 5s/15ga (48 mins).

  --  Pittsford (10-1) took a 12-1 halftime lead to a 15-6 victory over visiting Hilton this afternoon. Nine offensive players and three goalies made the book for the Panthers who will host Brighton (12-0) on Saturday afternoon.

T.J. Iuppa (4g-2a) and James Purpura (3g-3a) led the offense for Pittsford while Mike Meeks (3g) led the effort for the Cadets who host Eastridge on Saturday. return



Mynderse 15 - Newark 5  

The book for Newark: Ed Facer (1g), Ryan Kommer (1g), Eli Ebanks (1g-1a), Jack Timerson (2g-1a), Goaltending: Dominic Camblin 15s/15ga = 50% (48 mins)

The book for Mynderse: Matt Koopman (3g-1a), Aaron Peterman (2g-1a), Brett Wood (3g-3a), Mike Clark (2g-1a), Nick Giovannini (3g-1a), Danny Galusha (1g-2a), Jesse Janas (1g), Goaltending: Tim Trickler 13s/5ga = 72% (48 mins).

  --  Danny Galusha (1g-2a) won 17 of 24 draws and helped Mynderse Academy beat Newark 15-5 tonight. The Blue Devils broke a 2-2 first quarter tie in the second quarter and led at the break 5-3. They then scored five unanswered goals in the third and five more goals in the last quarter.

Seven different players made the offensive book for Mynderse, led by Brett Wood with 3g-3a. Tim Trickler made 13s/5ga for the Blue Devils (5-4) who host Geneva on Saturday.

For Newark, Jack Timerson led with 2g-1a, while sophomore goalie Dom Camblin recorded 15 saves for the Reds who host Pal-Mac on Saturday. return


Geneva 15 - Midlakes 5  

The book for Geneva: Will Brennan (6g-3a), Frank Triana (1g-2a), Billy Eddington (1g-2a), Mike Warner (2g), Patrick Roll (2g), Chris Pitifer (2g), Zach Koczent (1g), Sam Rollo (1a), Goaltending: Ross Dinan 11s/5ga = 69% (48 mins)

The book for Midlakes: Matt Barilla (1a), Cory Gray (1g-1a), Tyler Brooks-Lambert (1g-1a), Nick Judge (3g), Goaltending: Matt Brennessel 15s/15ga = 50% (48 mins).

  --  Geneva started off slowly with a 4-3 first quarter lead but took off in the second and fourth quarters with five goals each for a 15-5 win over visiting Midlakes in Finger Lakes League action tonight.

Junior attackman Will Brennan (6g-3a) led the Panthers offensively, scoring or assisting on nine of fifteen goals. Senior goalie Ross Dinan, who recorded his 100th save of the season made 11s/5ga tonight. Next up for Geneva is Mynderse on Saturday.

Nick Judge led the Midlakes offense with three goals and Matt Brennessel had 15s/15ga in the goal for the Eagles who are 6-4 and face Bloomfield-Honeoye next Monday.



Bloomfield-Honeoye 13 - Waterloo 8  

The book for Waterloo: Chance Lowry (3g-1a), Tim Wright (1g-1a), Cody Riegel (2g), Tim Freier (1a), Dylan Chilson (2g), Mike Bohling (1a), Goaltending: Zach Ramirez 14s/13ga = 52% (48 mins)

The book for Bloomfield-Honeoye: Schyler Welch (1g-1a), Luke Anderson (6g-1a), Sean Beaney (2g-2a), Zach Hammond (2g), Adams Kurtis (1a), Ben Cratsley (1g), Keeton Mashtare (1a), Zach Blain (1g), Goaltending: Jay Nichols 10s/8ga = 56% (48 mins).

  --  The Pride scored five goals in the first and added four more before the half on their way to a 13-8 win over Waterloo in an evening game under the lights as Waterloo.

Luke Anderson led the offensive effort for Bloomfield-Honeoye (8-2) who take the rest of the weekend off before hosting Midlakes on Monday.

Chance Lowry (3g-1a) led the offensive side for Waterloo while Zach Ramirez had 14 saves. The Indians host Marcus Whitman on Saturday morning. return



Pal-Mac 10 - Marcus Whitman 5  

The book for Marcus Whitman: Shawn Allen (2g), Justin Englin (1a), Taylor Lazzaro (1g), Karl Gray (1g), Jeffrey Bero (2a), Jaime Vogt (1g), Goaltending: Bobby Mason 10s/10ga = 50% (48 mins)

The book for Pal-Mac: Doug Ellsworth (1g), David Ellsworth (3g), Mike Russell (2g-2a), Sean Nolan (1a), Mike DeMar (2g-2a), Ben Reeves (2g-1a), Goaltending: Matt Carkner 11s/5ga = 69% (48 mins).

  --  Although the Wildcats took a one goal advantage after one quarter Pal-Mac came back with five goals in the second and added five more in the second half to take a 15-5 victory their hosts.

Mike Russell and Mike DeMar led the offensive effort with 2g-2a each for Pal-Mac. Doug (1g) and
David Ellsworth (3g) came up from Junior Varsity for the Raiders while goalie Matt Carkner recorded 11 Saves. Pal-Mac travels to Newark for a Saturday morning game.

Bobby Mason played well for the Wildcats, making 11 saves in goal while Shawn Allen (2g) led the offense for Marcus Whitman who travel to Waterloo on Saturday. return



McQuaid Jesuit 15 - Bath 10  

The book for Bath: Zach Reed (1g-6a), Brian Gable (2g), Mark Martuscello (2g), Eric Dickson (1g), Nick Rossi (4g), Goaltending: Robert Masti 5s/13ga (38 mins), Adam Force 3s/2ga = 60% (10 mins)

The book for McQuaid Jesuit: James Sturnick (2a), Danny Maring (1g), Jack Pomeroy (1g), Mike Crawford (3g-1a), David Haseley (1a), Chris Barilla (1a), Duncan Ayer (5g-1a), Ryan Williams (4g-3a), Clark Hadley (1g), Goaltending: Pat Sheridan 11s/9ga = 55% (46 mins), Brendan Caufield 0s/1ga (2 mins).

  --  McQuaid Jesuit defeated Bath 15-10. The Knights won the first three quarters, with the Rams winning the fourth quarter 4-1. The Rams also scored the last four goals of the game. McQuaid Jesuit had nine different players make the scorebook and had scoring led by Ryan Williams (4g-3a) and Duncan Ayer (5g-1a). For the Rams, Zach Reed led with 1g-6a.

Ayer scored the first two goals of the game for McQuaid Jesuit, both were assisted by Williams. Ayer added another of his goals in the first quarter along with goals from Danny Maring and a goal from Williams. Nick Rossi scored both Bath goals in the first quarter; Reed also added his first assist. McQuaid continued the pressure in the second and third quarters, building a 14-6 lead going into the fourth quarter. Williams scored the lone McQuaid goal of the fourth quarter with an unassisted goal at 10:24.

Three of the last four goals for Bath were assisted by Reed. Rossi, Mark Martuscello and Eric Dickson scored the three goals assisted by Reed. The final goal of the game was scored by Martuscello (unassisted) with 0:15 remaining in the game. Midfielder Brian Gable led in ground balls for Bath with eight; defenseman Trevor Lang (6) and midfielder Matt Nesbitt (5) also led in ground balls. For the Knights, defensemen Tim Caton (6) and Ryan Sheridan (6) along with midfielder James Sturnick (5) and attackman Mike Crawford (5) led.

In the cage, Robert Masti played 38 minutes for the Rams and finished with five saves. Adam Force played ten minutes and finished with three saves. For McQuaid Jesuit, Pat Sheridan played nearly the entire game and finished with 11 saves. Brendan Caufield came in for the final two minutes and had one goals scored against him. At the face-off draw, Clark Hadley finished at 61% (19/31) for McQuaid Jesuit, while Nesbitt finished at 58% (7/12) for the Rams. return

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Ath/Ody 11 - East Rochester 10  

The book for East Rochester:

The book for Ath/Ody: Gino Prestigiacomo (4g-1a), Danny Vyverberg (3g), Matt Keough (5a), Anthony Merola (2g), Tyler Gorgione (2g), Brandon Cheeseman (1a), Parker Bonis (1a), Goaltending: Zack Rudgers 11s/10ga = 52% (50 mins).

  --  There were no reports from East Rochester or the Thunder tonight. return