Tuesday: Penfield and Aquinas both win one goal games


The 'Lil Irish came back, late in the fourth quarter to force overtime where they defeated Bath-Haverling in overtime this afternoon at Aquinas. Penfield held off a fired-up Rush-Henrietta and won their game 13-12 in regulation. Thomas won a 14-11 game with HFL while the rest of the fifteen games played today were not that close.

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Penfield 13 - Rush-Henrietta 12  

The book for Penfield: Connor Russell (1g), Dan O`Brien (5g-1a), Matt Condon (1g), Tucker Nelson (1g-4a), Will Schoeneck (2g-1a), Matt Bilak (1g), Alex Miles (2g), Goaltending: Jamie Solomon 10s/12ga (48 mins)

The book for Rush-Henrietta: Jake Alvarez (1g-1a), Joe Perkins (2g-3a), Torry Whitcher (1g-1a), Chris Aycock (4g-1a), Chauncey Scissum (2g), Brad Sauln (1g), Austin Freudenvoll (1g), Goaltending: Corey Spuck 12s/13ga (48 mins).

 -- special reportPenfield came out to an early 6-0 lead, and then held out late onslaught by RH to win 13-12. Penfield scored the first six goals and led 7-2 going into the second quarter before RH scored five unanswered goals to tie the score at 7-7. The game continued to go back and forth with no team having more than a one goal lead for the remainder of the contest. RH took the lead 12-11 with 4:04 remaining in the game. However, Penfield scored at 3:39 and 3:28 to secure the win.

The contest's opening goal was scored when Tucker Nelson drove from behind the cage and found Alex Miles open on the crease. One minute later, Matt Condon drove the top and finished into the back of the net. The Patriots continued the pressure. Nelson drove to the cage but goalie Corey Spuck came up with the save. With the ball loose on the crease, Miles came in, scooped up the ground ball and finished into the back of the cage. The next goal came during extra-man offense. pen-rhFor the first of three times in the game, Nelson fed the ball to Dan O'Brien for the goal. This goal (along with the third goal from the pair) was scored with an outside shot from the top of the restraining line. The next goal was scored with a feed from O'Brien to Will Schoeneck. Only 0:06 later, face-off man Connor Russell picked up his own ground ball and went all the way to the cage. Russell finished the game with a 71% day at the draw. In addition he led his team in ground balls with 14 (including picking up 12 ground balls on the face-off). The Patriots now led 6-0 with 3:02 remaining in the first quarter. RH scored their first goal during an unsettled situation with Chris Aycock scoring unassisted. This was the sixth RH shot of the quarter, but the first one to be on cage. RH scored their second goal with 0:33 remaining in the quarter. Brad Sauln took a shot that was saved by goalie Jamie Solomon and like the Penfield goal earlier, Torry Whitcher picked up the loose ball on the crease and finished into the back of the net. The final goal of the quarter was scored once again with a ground ball on the crease after a save. The initial shot was taken by O'Brien; then Schoeneck picked up the loose ball, but instead of shooting looked back to O'Brien across the crease for the goal. Penfield led 7-2 at the end of the first quarter.

pen-rhIn the second quarter RH stepped up their game and added four goals to the scoreboard while holding the Patriots scoreless. RH scored their first goal during an extra-man opportunity with an unassisted goal by Aycock. The second goal was scored by Joe Perkins, who after receiving the ball in the middle of the field, dodged the incoming slide and scored top-shelf. The Royal Comets continued the pressure with a goal during a broken clear attempt. Aycock intercepted the ball near the midfield line; he brought the ball up-field and found attackman Austin Freudenvoll open on the crease for the goal. The fourth goal of the quarter was scored after a bad slide from the defense that left Aycock open near the crease (Joe Perkins had the heads up play to feed the ball to Aycock). The Patriots maintained the lead going into halftime (7-6), but the Royal Comets had the momentum going.

The Royal Comets only took 1:04 to tie the game at 7-7. The goal was once again scored during an unsettle situation. The ball was quickly pressed up field from near midfield and concluded with Whitcher finding Jake Alvarez. The game was tied for the first time since 0-0 with 10:56 remaining in the third quarter. The game became tied at every score from 7-7 until 12-12 with no team having more than a one goal lead. Penfield's Schoeneck scored after a broken clear; Nelson caused the initial take from the defense, but it was Schoeneck who picked up the ground ball and finished with the goal. RH came back again with a goal from Chauncey pen-rhScissum. Scissum scored from GLE with a feed from behind and on the other side of the cage from Perkins. Penfield's Matt Bilak scored with a drive from behind the cage one-on-one to score with 7:51 remaining in the third quarter. The next tying goal came during a man-down situation for the Royal Comets. The play began with a strong save by Spuck off a shot by Schoeneck. The ball was quickly cleared up the field and Scissum scored his second goal with yet another assist from Perkins. With 0:18 remaining in the quarter the Royal Comets took their first lead of the game 10-9. The goal was scored with a drive from behind by Alvarez; Alvarez looked across the crease to Perkins for the goal. The third quarter ended with RH leading 10-9.

In the fourth quarter, Penfield tied the score only 0:39 into the game with the second feed from Nelson to O'Brien. RH scored the next goal with a drive from the outside by Aycock to take the lead once again. Penfield's next goal came during man-up with the third and final feed from Nelson to O'Brien. O'Brien scored the goal much like his first man-up goal with an outside shot. RH took their final lead of the game with an unassisted goal from Sauln. The Royal Comets led 12-11. Penfield tied the game only 0:25 later when Nelson rocked back and forth behind the cage and eventually sneaked past his defenseman for the unassisted goal. The game winner was scored on fast-break face-off with O'Brien picking up the ground ball from the wing and taking it all the way to the goal only 0:11 after the last goal. RH won the last face-off of the game and had another shot at the cage. However, they could not capitalize and the Patriots took the ball back to their offensive end. The Patriots stalled the ball for nearly the entire final three minutes. With 0:12 remaining the Royal Comet picked up the loose ball near the midfield line and called a time-out. They had one more shot at the cage with 0:02 remaining, however Aycock missed the cage and time expired.

Although the Patriots took the early lead, the Royal Comets demonstrated that they can play at the same level as Penfield. The Royal Comets won the ground ball battle 48-44. Leading the charge for RH were face-off man Sauln (9), Aycock (7), Saxon (6) and defensemen Zach Ackerson (5) and Chris Swanson (5). For Penfield, O'Brien (5), Justin Rehm (4) and Charlie Cummins (4) joined Russell. In the cage, Spuck finished with twelve saves for RH and Solomon finished with ten saves for Penfield. Overall, both teams played strong in different quarters. The Patriots stepped up early in the first quarter to take the lead and late in the fourth quarter to secure the win. The Royal Comets demonstrated that they will not give up, fighting from a deficit and then fighting to stay in the game. return

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Pittsford 11 - Schroeder 2  

The book for Schroeder: Cody Consul (1g), Joe Nicodemi (1a), Tyler Mason (1g), Goaltending: Scott Tota 9s/11ga (41 mins), Eric Saltrelli 2s/0ga = 100% (7 mins)

The book for Pittsford: TJ Iuppa (2g-3a), James Burke (2g-1a), Thomas Rodenhouse (1g), Jack Lauroesch (3g-1a), Alex Kober (1g), Matt Gold (2g-2a), James Purpura (2a), Goaltending: Alex Howell 2s/1ga = 67% (39 mins), Conor Quinn 2s/1ga = 67% (9 mins).

  --  Pittsford scored the first eleven goals of the contest, defeating Schroeder 11-2. The Panthers controlled the entire game and cleared the bench in the fourth quarter. The Panthers added five goals in the second quarter and two each in the remaining three quarters.

Pittsford won the ground ball battle 29-18. Defenseman Ryan Sullivan led the tally for Pittsford with eight. Adding to Pittsford's count were Alex Kober (4), James Purpura (3) and James Burke (3). For Schroeder, Cody Consul (3) and Chase Kuhl (3) led with Joe Nicodemi, Johnny Murray and Josh Reed each adding two ground balls each.

In the cage, both teams played two goalies that switched in the fourth quarter. For Pittsford, Alex Howell played the majority of the game and finished with two saves. Conor Quinn replaced Howell and finished with two saves as well. For Schroeder, Scott Tota played the majority of the game and finished with ten saves. Eric Saltrelli finished the game and recorded three saves with no goals against. Five of the games thirteen goals were scored during extra-man offense. Overall there were 14 penalties with Pittsford Finishing 4/8 and Schroeder finishing 1/4. return

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East Rochester 19 - Arc/Oly 10  

The book for Arc/Oly: Kendrick Heintzelman (1g), Dustin Lenz Emmi (2g), Ian Lenz Emmi (1a), David Powlowski (2g), Josh Opladen (3a), Robert Kitchen (2g-1a), Dylan Mahan (1g), Richard Fischer (2a), Billy Slapar (2g), Goaltending: Shane Trost 11s/10ga = 52% (24 mins), Tyler Catalfano 6s/9ga (24 mins)

The book for East Rochester: Torin Hudson (4g), Nick Reiss (2g), Clayton Vaughn (3g-1a), Jake Vaughn (1g), Darnell Rhodes (5g-2a), Jordan Michele (6a), Raymond Shalvoy (4g-2a), Goaltending: Liridon Dervisholli 15s/10ga = 60% (48 mins).

  --  East Rochester scored thirteen goals spanning the second and third quarters while holding Greece Arcadia/Olympia to only three on their way to a 19-10 win over the Lightning. The Lightning scored the first goal with Kendrick Heintzelman scoring his lone goal of the game. Heintzelman also finished 66% at the face-off draw.

East Rochester scored the next two to take their first lead of the game with 8:12 remaining in the first quarter. The first goal was scored by Raymond Shalvoy and assisted by Jordan Michele. Michele finished with six assists for the Bombers. Greece came back with two more goals to take the lead back with 2:02 remaining. Darnell Rhodes tied the score for the third time only 0:17 later. The score ended 3-3 after the first quarter.

It was the second and third quarters were East Rochester blew the score open. East Rochester scored ten unanswered goals (and 12 out of the next 13 goals). By the time the Lightning score again the Bombers led 15-4. David Powlowski scored the fifth Lightning going during extra-man offense. East Rochester took the game to running time with 5:01 remaining in the game; however Greece Arc/Oly scored the final three goals of the game with 2:44, 0:51 and 0:04 remaining in the game. Billy Slapar and Robert Kitchen scored the final goals for the Lightning.

In the cage for East Rochester, Liridon Dervisholli played the entire game and finished with fifteen saves. Shane Trost and Tyler Catalfano split time at the half for the Lightning. Trost finished with 11 saves and Catalfano finished with six saves. return

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Aquinas 14 - Bath 13  

The book for Aquinas: Klay Heston (4g), Austin Gorman (3g-3a), Bernard Gauthier (3a), Mike Messina (2g-1a), Anthony Bianchi (1g-1a), Brendan Hall (2g), Billy Lombardi (2g), Goaltending: Erich Wischmeyer 5s/13ga (48 mins)

The book for Bath: Matt Nesbitt (3g-2a), Drew Wager (1a), Zach Reed (4g-4a), Brian Gable (1g), Mark Martuscello (2g), Nick Rossi (3g-1a), Goaltending: Robert Masti 11s/14ga (48 mins).

 --  Aquinas' Brendan Hall scored on a feed from Austin Gorman with 0:03 remaining in regulation to send the game into overtime. 0:12 into the first overtime period, Billy Lombardi scored for the Little Irish to defeat Bath 14-13. The Little Irish won the face-off in overtime and scored on their first shot.

The first quarter began with two goals by Aquinas. Mike Messina and Klay Heston scored (unassisted) with 10:16 and 10:01 remaining in first quarter. Four minutes later Bath scored third first goal when Zach Reed found Brian Gable open for the goal. Aquinas' Bianchi scored next to give the Little Irish the 3-1 lead. Bath, not to be let down, came back with two goals from Matt Nesbitt to tie the game at 3-3. The second goal by Nesbitt was also assisted by Reed. With 3:32 remaining in the opening quarter the score remained tied. Aquinas added two more goals with under a minute remaining in the quarter. aq-bathMessina scored his second goal (again unassisted) and Lombardi scored his first goal during an extra-man opportunity with 0:09 remaining. The Little Irish led 5-3 after the first quarter.

In the second quarter Bath scored the first goal when Nick Rossi fed the ball to Reed for his first goal of the game. Aquinas scored two more goals with Gorman scoring the first and assisting the second. Gorman's goal was assisted by Bernard Gauthier and his assist was to Hall. Bath score two more goals before the end of the first half to cut the Little Irish lead from two goals after the first quarter to only one goal. Both Bath goals came in the last minute. Reed scored unassisted with 0:57 remaining followed by Mark Martuscello scoring with only 0:04 remaining in the half (with an assist from Nesbitt). The Little Irish led 7-6 at halftime.

Although the Rams came close they could not take the lead. Aquinas scored the first goal of the third quarter with Bianchi feeding Gorman. Bath's Rossi added another goal (with an assist from Drew Wager) to keep the score within one goal. Aquinas added two more at 7:16 and 6:27 with an unassisted goal by Gorman and Gauthier feeding Heston. aq-bathAquinas led in third and increased their lead back to three goals. The Little Irish led 11-8 after three quarters and appeared to be in control of the game.

In the fourth quarter Bath scored first (Reed unassisted) at 7:07. Heston added his fourth and final goal of the game to keep the Little Irish lead at three with 4:47 remaining in the game. Bath took the final four minute to stage their comeback. Martuscello started the comeback with his second goal (assisted by Nesbitt). One minute later Reed scored his final goal of the game to bring the score within one. Reed assisted the tying goal with Rossi scoring. The score was tied 12-12 with only 1:50 remaining and then Rams had the momentum scoring the last three goals in only 1:43. Only 0:27 later with 1:23 remaining in the game Bath took their first lead of the game. Reed passed the ball to Nesbitt for the goal. The Rams had come back from a three goal deficit to take the lead with just over one minute remaining.

The Rams won the ensuing face-off and took the ball down to their offensive end. However, the Little Irish stripped the ball and had one more chance before time expired. Gorman took the ball and drove to the cage, finding Hall open for the tying goal with only 0:03 remaining in the game. The Little Irish sent the game into overtime. Over the game, Lombardi had demonstrated his strength at the face-off (65%) and when it matter he won another face-off. Lombardi won the face-off and took the ball down for the winning goal just 0:12 into overtime.

In the cage for Bath, Robert Masti finished with 11 saves. For Aquinas, Erich Wischmeyer finished with five saves and played the entire game. Long stick midfielder Anthony Starnino led in ground balls for Aquinas with eleven. The Little Irish won the ground ball battle 27-25. For Bath, defenseman Trevor Lang led with five ground balls. return

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Brighton 21 - Spencerport 13  

The book for Brighton: CJ Wool (6g-1a), Steven Cregan (4g-2a), Brackett Bourne (4g-1a), Kurt Minges (3g-2a), Alex Ballatori (2g), Nick Wolak (1g-1a), Matan Cohen (1g), Drew Trausch (1a), Goaltending: Jordan Carey 7s/12ga (40 mins), Matt Ingalls 1s/1ga = 50% (8 mins)

The book for Spencerport: Kristan Barbato (5g), Austin Hintz (2g-1a), Nick Fischer (2g-1a), Marcus Palvino (3a), Ben Tribunella (1g-1a), Seth Miller (2a), Matt Kaser (1g), Levi Basynnnski (1g-1a), Andrew Sformo (1g) Goaltending: Tyler Schweikert 21s/21ga = 50% (48 mins).

 --  Spencerport took the first quarter lead with a 6-4 score, but Brighton led at the half 10-8 on their way to a 21-13 win at home. Twenty-six minutes of penalties were assessed in the high scoring game. Ten players from Brighton and nine players from Spencerport made the offensive books.

Leading the Barons were CJ Wool (6g-1a), Steven Cregan (4g-2a), Brackett Bourne (4g-1a) and Kurt Minges (3g-2a). Jordan Carey made seven saves for Brighton (31-1) who will play at Batavia on Thursday.

Leading the Ranger offense were Kristan Barbato (5g) and Austin Hintz and Nick Fischer with 2g-1a each. Tyler Schweikert recorded twenty-one saves for Spencerport who take on the Lighting on Thursday. return


Canandaigua 14 - Churchville-Chili 6  

The book for Canandaigua: Brandon Thomson (2g), Adam Knapton (3g-2a), Tom LaCrosse (3g-1a), Gannon Osborn (1g-3a), Bryan Peck (1g), Collin Peck (1g-1a), Parker Weeks (2g), Jordan Reals (1g), Goaltending: Nick King 7s/3ga = 70% (24 mins), Corey Griffin 6s/3ga = 67% (24 mins)

The book for Churchville-Chili: Ryan Yunker (1a), Taylor Kolmer (2g), Adam McWilliams (1g), Alex Pavone (2a), Jacob Shepard (1g), Jon Hemink (2g-1a), Goaltending: Wolodia Huley 18s/14ga = 56% (48 mins).

 --  Canandaigua took 53 shots in their 14-6 win over Churchville-Chili. The Braves hit the cage 32 times (nine more shots on cage then Churchville-Chili had in total shots). This resulted in a record setting day for Churchville-Chili goalie Wolodia Huley. Huley, who finished with 18 saves, set the C-C record for most saves in one game.

The Braves also won the ground ball battle 38-23. Midfielder Parker Weeks finished with a team leading eight ground balls; Mark Greer (6), Adam Knapton (4), Gannon Osborn (3) and Jordan Reals (3) also made contributions to the ground ball totals. For Churchville-Chili, attackman Trevor Hodgins and midfielder Taylor Kolmer both led with five ground balls.

The Braves scored early to take the lead 3-1 late in the first quarter and continued the pressuring leading 10-3 at the half. In the second half, the Saints played better. Churchville-Chili tied Canandaigua 3-3 in the third quarter, but lost 1-0 in the fourth quarter. In the cage, Nick King played the first half for the Braves and finished with seven saves. Corey Griffin played the second half for Canandaigua and recorded six saves. AT the face-off draw, Canandaigua finished at just over 50%. Mark Greer (4/6) and Collin Carson (2/3) both finished at 66% for Canandaigua. For Churchville-Chili, Hodgins finished 9/18. return

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Thomas 14 - HFL 11  

The book for HFL: Nick Weston (3g), Drew Tallon (1g), Eric Boike (2g-2a), Benjamin Stewart (1g-1a), Jason Breau (3g-1a), Jeff Roth (1g), Goaltending: Jay Tallon 7s/14ga (48 mins)

The book for Thomas: Jack Hinderland (6g), Brad Hutton (3g-1a), Kenny Tomeno (2g-3a), JT Hauck (2g), John Zawacki (1g-1a), Kyle Rothfuss (1a), Chris Dalton (1a), Goaltending: Don Grace 6s/11ga (48 mins).

  --  Thomas used two different streaks of unanswered goals to defeated HFL 14-11. The Cougars took an early lead that was wiped out by the first Thomas streak. The second Thomas streak, seven unanswered goals spanning the third and fourth quarters, cemented the win for the Titans. The Titans largest lead was six goals. HFL attempted a final comeback, but could not overcome the large deficit.

HFL scored the first goal of the game 1:11 into the game with an unassisted goal by Jason Breau. Two minutes later, Kenny Tomeno scored unassisted to tie the game for the first time. The score was tied four times throughout the entire game. HFL scored the next two goals. Breau came back and assisted the second Cougar goal to Drew Tallon. Breau scored his second goal to give the Cougars a 3-1 with 5:21 remaining in the game. The Titan's Brad Hutton scored the next goal unassisted. Breau, in his fourth point of the game, scored with Eric Boike assisting. The Cougars led 4-2 with 1:33 remaining in the first quarter. Thomas began their first streak with four unanswered goals. The first two goals in the streak were scored in the first quarter. Thomas' Jack Hinderland scored with 1:03 and 0:16 remaining in the quarter. The first goal was assisted by John Zawacki. The score was tied for the second time at 4-4 at the end of the first quarter.

In the second quarter, Thomas continued its unanswered streak with two more goals. JT Hauck and Hinderland each scored unassisted goals. Thomas led 6-4 with 3:56 remaining in the second quarter. Benjamin Stewart broke the unanswered streak with an unassisted goal of his own for the Cougars. Hinderland scored his fourth goal to keep the two goals lead for the Titans. Thomas led 7-5 at the end of two quarters.

HFL came back and scored the first three goals of the third quarter to tie the game for the third time and then retake the lead. Boike scored the first goal unassisted and then assisted Nick Weston in an extra-man goal. Weston also scored the final of the three goals for the Cougars (assisted by Stewart). HFL led 8-7 with 5:23 remaining in the third quarter. Thomas then started their second streak. Hinderland added his fifth goal (unassisted) to tie the game for the fourth and final time. Before the third quarter ended, Thomas added another four goals (three of which were assisted by Kenny Tomeno). The Titans led 12-8 after three quarters.

In the fourth quarter, Thomas scored the first two goals. With 10:05 remaining in the game, Thomas scored their final goal with Kyle Rothfuss assisting Tomeno. HFL scored the final three goals of the game, but it was not enough. Jeff Roth, Boike and Weston scored the last three goals for the Cougars.

HFL led in the ground ball battle 42-33. Face-off man Jordan Gushue led for the Cougars with ten ground balls. Goalie Jay Tallon (5), defenseman Jim Burgasser (4), attackman Mickey Allan (4) and midfielder Jake Lee (4) also added to the Cougar tally. For Thomas, Tomeno led in ground balls with fifteen; Don Grace, Mark Vaccarrelli, Chris Siderakis and JT Hauck all had three ground balls for Thomas.

Tomeno finished at 65% at the face-off for the Titans (15/23). In the cage for Thomas, Don Grace finished with six saves. For HFL, Jay Tallon had seven saves. return

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Bloomfield-Honeoye 14 - Newark 5  

The book for Newark: Ryan Kommer (1g), Luke Hartman (1g), Alex Peake (2g), Ed Facer (1a), Eli Ebanks (1g), Jeff Nowak (1a), Goaltending: Dominic Camblin 17s/10ga = 63% (43 mins), Nate Gardner 0s/4ga (5 mins)

The book for Bloomfield-Honeoye: Jered Maloney (1g-1a), Luke Blain (4g-1a), Luke Anderson (4g-1a), Sean Beaney (1a), Zach Hammond (1a), Ben Cratsley (2g), Keeton Mashtare (1g), Adams Kurtis (1g), Zack Starke (1g), Pat Marble (1a), Goaltending: Jay Nichols 7s/3ga = 70% (36 mins), Aaron Stevens 3s/2ga = 60% (12 mins).

 --  The Pride scored three unanswered goals in the first quarter and other seven before the half on their way to a 14-5 win over host Newark. Luke Blain and Luke Anderson both scored four goals and an assist to lead Bloomfield-Honeoye (8-3). Alex Peake scored two goals for the Reds.

The Pride plays again tomorrow when they go to Pal-Mac for a 7:00 PM game. Newark hosts Geneva on Thursday.



Geneva 18 - Marcus Whitman 2  

The book for Geneva: Patrick Roll (2g-2a), Sam Rollo (1g), Will Brennan (5g-2a), Frank Triana (4g), Chris Pitifer (1g), Zach Koczent (2g), Sean Cunningham (2g), Robbie Whitwell (1g), Mike Warner (1a), Goaltending: Ross Dinan 6s/2ga = 75% (48 mins)

The book for Marcus Whitman: Jeffrey Bero (1g), Perry Mortensen (1g), Karl Gray (1a), Goaltending: Bobby Mason 16s/17ga (43 mins), Bryant Jones 0s/1ga (5 mins).

  --  Marcus Whitman scored two goals in the first quarter, but that would be all, as Geneva led 11-2 at the half and finished with an 18-2 win tonight at Geneva.

Will Brennan (5g-2a) and Frank Triana (4g) led the offensive book for the 10-2 Panthers. Jeffrey Bero and Perry Mortensen scored for the Wildcats.

Newark plays at Newark and Midlakes travels to Whitman on Thursday. return


Midlakes 15 - Waterloo 5  

The book for Midlakes: Matt Barilla (3g-4a), Cory Gray (1g), Brandon Sauve (1g-4a), Tyler Brooks-Lambert (5g-3a), Nick Judge (3g-1a), Rob Buchwald (2g), Goaltending: Matt Brennessel 4s/2ga = 67% (24 mins), Tucker Jensen 5s/3ga = 63% (24 mins)

The book for Waterloo: Tim Wright (1g), Cody Riegel (1g), Dylan Chilson (1g-1a), Chance Lowry (1g), John Butlak (1g), Goaltending: Josh Bailey 3s/6ga (5 mins), Zach Ramirez 8s/9ga (43 mins).

  --  Midlakes scored seven unanswered goals in the first quarter and then cruised to a 15-5 win over visiting Waterloo this afternoon.

Tyler Brooks-Lambert (5g-3a), Matt Barilla (3g-4a) and Brandon Sauve (1g-4a) led the offensive stats for the Eagles.

Five different players scored for Waterloo. Matt Brennessel (4s/2ga) and Tucker Jensen (5s/3ga) split time in the goal for Midlakes who travel to Marcus Whitman on Thursday. Waterloo will host Mynderse.


Pal-Mac 14 - Mynderse 8  

The book for Mynderse: Matt Koopman (4g-1a), Aaron Peterman (2a), Mike Clark (1g), Brett Wood (1g-1a), Jerry Jones (2g), Goaltending: Tim Trickler 10s/14ga (48 mins)

The book for Pal-Mac: David Ellsworth (2g-1a), Mike DeMar (3g-2a), Thomas Marble (1g), Ben Reeves (4g-2a), Mike Russell (4g-2a), Goaltending: Matt Carkner 11s/8ga = 58% (48 mins).

 --  Ben Reeves and Mike Russell both has four goals and two assists and Mike DeMar added 3g-2a for Pal-Mac as they won a 14-8 victory over Mynderse Academy in Seneca Falls.

Matt Koopman led the offensive effort for the Indians with four goals and an assist.

Pal-Mac (10-2) will play Bloomfield-Honeoye tomorrow night and Mynderse again on Saturday. Mynderse goes to Waterloo on Thursday. return


Fairport 17 - Hilton 5  

The book for Hilton: Evan Pace (1a), Mike Meeks (1g), Kyle Youngman (2g), David Smith (1g), Jake Montgomery (1a), Cory Endres (1g), Goaltending: Mitch Smith 33s/17ga = 66% (48 mins)

The book for Fairport: Andrew Hays (1g-1a), Martin Manilla (3g-3a), Tim Modesti (2g), Devon Errigo (1g), Austin Roland (1a), James Manilla (2g-1a), Craig Heier (1g-1a), James Cunningham (2a), Derek DeJoe (2g-2a), Stephen Danylyshyn (1g), Brian Martin (1a), Brendan Saylor (4g-2a), Goaltending: Kyle Bowerman 5s/4ga = 56% (36 mins), Jake Newkirk 0s/1ga (12 mins).

 --  Kyle Youngman scored two goals for the Cadets as Hilton fell to Fairport 17-5. There was no report from Fairport tonight. return


Gates Chili 20 - Eastridge 7  

The book for Gates Chili: Matt Martin (4g-1a), Grant Ferguson (8g-6a), Matt Dakin (1a), Tyler Webb (3g-3a), Pete DiLaura (1g), Kyle Eckam (1g), Steven Campaniello (2g-1a), Steve DiSessa (1g), Goaltending: Brian Lane 17s/7ga = 71% (48 mins)

The book for Eastridge: Brandon Burley (2g), Mike Mortillaro (2g-1a), Chris Giruzzi (2g), Nick Manaci (1g), Ethan Printy (1a), Luke Martello (1a), Goaltending: TJ Ennis 14s/20ga (48 mins).

 --  Mike Mortillaro scored two goals and and added an assist for Eastridge who lost to Gates Chili 20-7 today. There was no report from the Spartans (2-11). return


Irondequoit 16 - Brockport 2  

The book for Brockport: Jake Burns (1g), Pat Steves (1g), Goaltending: Paul Duthoy 6s/10ga (24 mins), Chris Ioannone 5s/6ga (24 mins)

The book for Irondequoit: Ian Brooks (2g), Nick Doktor (1g-3a), Emmy Poccia (1g), Erik Kleehammer (2g-2a), Justin Buonomo (1g), Greg Coholan (3g), John Mikel (1g), Matt Wolfe (2g), Max Kostyk (1g-4a), Gunnar Miller (1a), Jake Schmidt (1g), AJ Donoghue (1g), Goaltending: Tyler Nash 3s/0ga = 100% (17 mins), Eric Fischer 3s/2ga = 60% (31 mins).

  --  Max Kostyk (1g-4a), Erik Kleehammer (2g-2a), Nick Doktor (1g-3a) and Greg Coholan (3g) led the offensive effort for Irondequoit in their 16-2 win over host Brockport. Brockport did not send in reports tonight. return


Ath/Ody 15 - Batavia 10  

The book for Ath/Ody: Matt Keough (7g), Danny Vyverberg (1g-5a), Anthony Merola (3g), Gino Prestigiacomo (2g-1a), Andrew Prestigiacomo (2g-1a), Joey Flores (1a), Goaltending: Zack Rudgers 12s/10ga = 55% (48 mins)

The book for Batavia: Chip Chapman (6g-2a), Will Mulcahy (2g), Kyle Maniace (2g-2a), Kyle King (1a), Scott McAllister (1a), Goaltending: Theo Hill 17s/15ga = 53% (48 mins).

  -- There were no reports from either the Thunder or Batavia on game day. return