Thursday: McQuaid over Pittsford in OT


James Sturnick scored in overtime to give McQuaid Jesuit an 8-7 victory at Pittsford. Penfield took a won goal, 9-8 win from Schroeder and Waterloo won a 13-12 game from Mynderse. The rest of the fifteen games in the Section were not so close.

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Penfield 9 - Schroeder 8  

The book for Penfield: Dan O`Brien (3g), Matt Condon (1g), Tucker Nelson (1g-2a), Alex Miles (3g), Fred Crilly (1g), Goaltending: Jamie Solomon 9s/8ga = 53% (48 mins)

The book for Schroeder: Cody Consul (1g), Alex Powell (3g), Johnny Murray (2g), Pete Noto (1g-6a), Brett Farrell (1g), Goaltending: Scott Tota 8s/9ga (48 mins).

  -- special reportPenfield's 9-8 win over Schroeder came down to ball control. The Patriots controlled the ball and stopped Schroeder's offense from scoring by not allowing them time with the ball. The Warriors had many things going for them, but the Patriots came in with a plan and in the end that was enough for the win. The Patriots led for the entire game, never allowing Schroeder to catch up after an early 4-0 lead.

Schroeder came in knowing that face-offs were going to be a problem against freshman Connor Russell. Russell finished the game at 65% (13/20) and a team leading nine ground balls. The Warriors started the game with long stick defenseman Mike Blood taking the face-off. Blood finished 3/8 (38%) at the draw; Face-off man Johnny Murray finished 3/8 as well with Josh Reed finishing 1/4. Russell was a major factor throughout the game, but especially in the first quarter. penfPenfield won the first three face-offs of the game (with Russell picking up his own ground ball on all three). The Patriots kept the ball on their offensive end until 4:15 remaining in the first quarter, scoring four goals before allowing the Warriors to have the ball in their offensive restraining area.

The first goal was scored by Alex Miles, with a sweep from the left side with 9:44 remaining in the first quarter. A feed from behind the cage by Tucker Nelson to Fred Crilly brought the score to 2-0. Two minutes later Nelson assisted again, this time to Miles. Nelson drove from behind the cage and turned back not to shoot, but to feed Miles who was open on the crease after the slide. The fourth goal was scored by Dan O'Brien with 4:35 remaining in the quarter with an outside shot that came off the stick of goalie Scott Tota. Tota, who only finished with eight saves, made a number of remarkable saves throughout the game. Tota was a major factor for Schroeder in keeping them in the game. The score was 4-0 and Schroeder had yet to have the ball in their offensive zone.

Blood won the next face-off, picking up his own ground ball and looking up field to attackman Pete Noto. Noto was the key factor for the Schroeder offensive and was involved in seven out of eight goals for the penWarriors and finished with 1g-6a. He scored his lone goal on a drive from GLE and a top-shelf shot against goalie Jamie Solomon. Solomon finished with nine saves for the Patriots. The Warriors scored with their first shot of the game. Schroeder's Murray scored the final goal of the quarter with a wide drive from behind the cage. Murray finished the game with two goals. Murray's goal was the only goal that Noto did not contribute on. The first quarter ended with Penfield leading 4-2.

The second quarter was tied with both teams adding three to their tally and each team only scoring one goal before their opponents scored. Penfield scored the first goal during a one-minute stick penalty against Schroeder. Matt Condon scored with a hard outside shot from the left flat. Schroeder won the next face-off and ran out the remaining time in the stick penalty before scoring. The goal came when Tota drove from behind the cage and then turned back not to shoot but to feed. Brett Farrell had followed Noto's cut with a cut of his own from behind and, following the slide, he was open on the crease. Penfield scored the next goal when Miles intercepted a clearing pass and drove back at the cage for the unsettled goal. Penfield led 6-3. Noto, once again drove to the crease and after the slide hit Murray open near the top of the restraining box. Murray fired into the back of the net with a high side-arm shot. Nelson scored the next goal for the Patriots after working back and forth behind the cage until he beat his defenseman one-on-one. Schroeder scored the final goal of the quarter with a face-off fast break only 0:07 later. Murray picked up his own ground ball at the face-off and looked up field to Noto on the right side. Noto looked down to the crease and found Alex Powell open for the goal. Penfield held the lead 7-5 going into halftime.

In the third quarter the Patriots increased their lead by one goal. Penfield scored the first two goals, both unassisted goals by O'Brien. O'Brien was the only Patriot to shoot in the third quarter, taking five shots with three on cage and two goals and was one of only three Patriots who took a shot in the entire second half (Miles had two shots with one on cage, Condon missed one penf coachshot and O'Brien added one shot on cage in the fourth). O'Brien's second goal, scored with 5:38 remaining in the third quarter, was the last goal for the Patriots. Schroeder held them scoreless for the final 17.5 minutes, while adding three goals themselves. Schroeder added one goal before the third expired. Noto passed the ball from left to right about 10 yards off the crease to Cody Consul for his lone goal of the game. The third quarter ended with Penfield leading 9-6.

Schroeder scored the only two goals of the fourth quarter. Penfield, when they did have the ball, was deep into a stall and rarely went to the cage. The Patriots were given their first stall warning only 1:34 into the final quarter. Schroeder scored their first goal of the quarter with a feed to the crease by Noto to Powell with 9:23 remaining. With 6:40 remaining Schroeder added their eighth and final goal. After the ball went back and forth with fast-break after fast-break for over a minute, Noto found Powell open during a fast-break to score.

With 3:00 remaining Penfield got the ball in their offensive area and went into a deep stall, running the ball back and forth behind the cage. With 1:11 remaining and the ball loose, but in the box, Coach Schembri (of Penfield) called a time-out just as his player was about to step out of the box to keep the ball. After the time-out, Schroeder's Blood and Ryan Martin lined up against Tucker Nelson, preparing for the take-away. Blood and Martin succeeded and Coach Petz (Schroeder) called his own time-out with the ball in his defensive area. Schroeder cleared the ball up and prepared for their final go at the goal. The Shot ended up coming from Liam Wheatley. Wheatley's shot went wide and Solomon was closest to the ball with 0:15 remaining in the game. Penfield lobbed the ball up to midfield; however Schroeder came up with the ball enough to send it towards to goal. As time was expiring three different Schroeder players had a chance to pick up the ball, including an attackman on the crease. But none could get the ball in their stick enough for the final shot. return

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McQuaid Jesuit 8 - Pittsford 7  

book for Pittsford: TJ Iuppa (1g-1a), James Burke (1g), Thomas Rodenhouse (1g), Corey Parke (2a), Alex Kober (1g), Matt Gold (3g), Goaltending: Alex Howell 8s/8ga = 50% (49 mins)

The book for McQuaid Jesuit: James Sturnick (3g-2a), Jack Pomeroy (2g), Jake Bailey (1g), Ryan Williams (2g), Goaltending: Pat Sheridan 12s/7ga = 63% (49 mins).

  --  Ball control was a major factor as McQuaid's James Sturnick scored in overtime to give the Knights an 8-7 victory at Pittsford. Be it Clark Hadley's twelve wins at the face off, or the 36-27 margin at ground balls, the Knights had the ball when they needed it and put pressure on the Pittsford cage at critical times.

McQuaid scored the only two goals in the first quarter, making a strong statement in the last couple of minutes. After both teams spent almost ten minutes moving the ball around the outside of the goal and then losing possession, junior defenseman Jake Bailey ran the ball up field on a McQuaid clear and bounced the ball past Alex Howell for the first goal of the game with 2:15 left on the clock. After Pittsford lost possession of a ground ball behind their cage, Sturnick scooped it up and ran it to the far side and just behind the net before unloading a feed to senior middie Jack Pomeroy who scored at 0:59. mcq-pittMcQuaid led after the first quarter, 2-0.

Pittsford scored the first two goals of the second quarter, starting with a sweep left with a quick turn at the corner by James Burke at 9:36. A minute and a half later, TJ Iuppa broke up a Knight clear, picked up the ground ball and took it straight to the goal, winning the one-on-one with sophomore goalie Pat Sheridan and tying the game at 2-2. The tie lasted about five minutes, but McQuaid repeated their two goal streak with the first by Ryan Williams with a medium range drive left and a shot low on the cage. The second, at 2:53 was in man up as Sturnick shot low from the right post. The half ended with McQuaid, again up by two, 4-2.

There was much to talk about during the half time break. Pittsford needed to get more ground ball production and needed shots on cage. McQuaid was pleased with their work and received encouragement to keep up their efforts. The Knights were very aggressive on defense, more so than the Panthers, who usually have their poke checks all over their opponents. The Panthers were called a number of times for pushes while on defense, but their man down unit, in the first half, shut out the Knights on man up.

Pittsford scored first in the third quarter when, at 9:12, Matt Gold scored the first of his three goals on an outside shot from the left high crease and a pass from Corey Parke. Gold took four shots in the game, all on the cage. McQuaid regained their two goal advantage at 8:36 when Jack Pomeroy drove from the back of the net and beat his man for a one-on-one. Pittsford was frustrated, but converted the frustration to three unanswered goals starting with a sweep right mcq-pittfrom Thomas Rodenhouse. Gold scored at 5:02 on another feed from Parke, this time in fast break from a Pittsford clear. His tying goal was from medium range and low on the cage. The Panthers took their first lead of the game at 3:07 when Iuppa brought the ball down from a Pittsford clear and dished it to Alex Kober, alone on the right post. The lead only lasted forty seconds, as the Sturnick ran from behind the crease on a wide cut and scored at 2:27. The scored remained tied at 6-6 after three quarters.

More than seven minutes passed in the last quarter before McQuaid broke the tie with a feed by Sturnick to Williams, from right to left and an outside shot past Howell. About thirty seconds later Gold drove from the top right and bounced on past Sheridan to tie the game at 7-7 with 4:25 left in regulation. The ball went up and down the field a couple of times. Pittsford had the ball with about thirty second left in the game and produce a couple of shots, the first wide and the second caught by Sheridan and so the game was sent into overtime. Sheridan made six of his ten saves in the last quarter.

Once again, face offs were critical and Hadley won the face of for the Knights when Mike Crawford picked up the ground ball and brought it to the Knight's offensive end. There was en effort to get the ball to Sturnick and when they finally did, he took the ball behind the cage and drove to right on a close crease cut, where he met a Pittsford double and was turned back. He circled back but quickly recut to the crease where, before the double, he popped back to give himself some room and with a short wrist shot, threw the ball into the net at 3:07 in the overtime period. return

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Thomas 13 - Penn Yan 6  

The book for Penn Yan: Jordan Owen (1g), Bradley Voigt (1a), Adam Stork (2g-1a), JJ Voigt (1g), Preston Maciejewski (1g), Nate Nichols (1g-1a), Brett McMichael (1a), Goaltending: Cody Richardson 12s/13ga (48 mins)

The book for Thomas: Kyle Rothfuss (4g-1a), Jack Hinderland (4g), Kenny Tomeno (3g), Justin Bird (1g), Troy Crevier (1g), JT Hauck (2a), Brad Hutton (1a), Goaltending: Don Grace 7s/6ga = 54% (48 mins).

  --  On youth lacrosse night at Mustang Field in Penn Yan, the Mustangs played host to Webster Thomas. The Titans defeated Penn Yan 13-6. A good crowd saw the Mustangs score the first goal of the contest as 8th grade standout, Bradley Voigt, sent a crisp pass to sophomore Jordan Owen who was running down the right alley. Owen quick-sticked the ball past Thomas goalie Don Grace for a 1-0 Penn Yan lead.

This was the only lead for Penn Yan in the game, as the Titans tied the game at 1-1 on a goal by All-American Jack Hinderland who is headed to Navy next year. The first quarter ended with the teams tied 1-1.

The second quarter opened with a Thomas face off win and a fast-break goal just seconds into the quarter and Thomas was up 2-1. The Titans dominated the face-off draw as the Titan's Kenny Tomeno dominated this category going 17/23. Thomas went on a five goal run, pushing the lead to 5-1 halfway through the second. Penn Yan's Adam Stork stopped the bleeding with an unassisted goal when he dodged the right alley hard and fired a hard shot into the back of the net. Stork's goal trimmed the Thomas lead to 5-2. Thomas scored again for a 6-2 lead. Moments later Stork netted his second goal of the period, again unassisted as he swept from left to right across the top of the crease rifling a shot that hit the back of the net. Penn Yan trailed 6-3 and despite having opportunities to tighten the score before the break, were unable to take advantage of their possessions. The Titans led at the half by three (6-3).

The third quarter was tightly contested and saw each team score only one goal. The Mustangs were able to pull to within two early in the third quarter on a goal by junior midfielder, JJ Voigt, assisted by Stork. However Thomas returned the lead to three with another goal later in the quarter. Overall the Mustangs had difficulty clearing the ball against Thomas's hard ride which resulted in Penn Yan turnovers on a number of occasions. The game's momentum shifted in favor of the Titans when, halfway through the third quarter, Hinderland was hit with a tripping penalty. The Titans shut down the extra-man opportunity for Penn Yan and kept the lead at three (7-4).

Thomas scored the first two goals of the final quarter to take a 9-4 lead early in the fourth. Jordan Owen took over at the draw for the Mustangs in the fourth and was able to come away with some wins (4/9). With possessions, Penn Yan was able to trim the lead to 9-5 on a goal by Preston Maciejewski on a feed from behind the goal by Nate Nichols. Thomas tallied the next two to take an 11-5 lead with just minutes remaining on the clock. Nichols scored the final goal for the Mustangs mid way through the final quarter. The Titans added two more before the horn to come away with the 13-6 victory.

In the cage, sophomore goalie Cody Richardson played the entire game and finished with twelve saves. For the Titans, Don Grace had seven saves. return


Bath 20 - Bishop Kearney 3  

The book for Bishop Kearney: Dylan Miller (1g), Andrew Chadwick (2g), Goaltending: Andrew Clarkowski 7s/20ga (48 mins)

The book for Bath: Matt Nesbitt (1a), Drew Wager (1g), Zach Reed (4g-7a), Brian Gable (2g-2a), Robert Masti (1g), Mark Martuscello (5g-1a), Matt Ross (1g), Nick Rossi (3g-5a), Matt Schlink (1g), Jeff Chapman (1g), Tim Wolfer (1g-1a), Goaltending: Robert Masti 2s/1ga = 67% (24 mins), Adam Force 3s/2ga = 60% (24 mins).

  --  Bath led 18-1 at halftime, adding two more in the second half to defeat Bishop Kearney 20-3. The Rams had 11 different players make the scorebook. Sophomore Jeff Chapman (1g), senior Tim Wolfer (1g-1a) and senior Mark Martuscello (5g-1a) were the only non-juniors to score in tonight's contest. The remaining eight players were all juniors and were led by Zach Reed (4g-7a).

Bath finished with 77% of their shots on cage and 57% of their total shots resulting in goals. The Rams also capitalized on four of six extra-man opportunities and were 100% at clears (14/14). Bishop Kearney finished with 80% of their shots on cage and 30% of their total shots resulting in goals. The Kings finished with 13 ground balls; Dave Garbach, John Dilal, John Heisel and Bob Piazza all had two ground balls for Bishop Kearney. The Rams finished with 43 ground balls and were led by midfielder Matt Nesbitt (7). Nesbitt was also 73% at the face-off draw (8/11). Joining Nesbitt at the face-off were Matt Schlink (7/11) and Nick Rossi (2/5). Joining Nesbitt leading ground balls were Tim Wolfer (5), Schlink (4), Dylan Losey (4) and Martuscello (4).

Of note, Zach Reed and Nick Rossi both crossed the one hundred career goal mark as a result of their goals in this game. Both juniors have 102 goals.

In the cage for Bath, Robert Masti played the first half and finished with 2 saves. Masti also played offense in the second half and scored the final goal for the Rams. Adam Force played between the pipes in the second half and finished with three saves. For Bishop Kearney, Andrew Clarkowski finished with seven saves and played the entire game. return

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Midlakes 18 - Marcus Whitman 9  

The book for Marcus Whitman: Jeffrey Bero (3g), Karl Gray (1a), Dalton Ormsbee (2g), Taylor Lazzaro (1g-1a), Perry Mortensen (1g), Clay Wilson (2a), Shawn Allen (2g), Goaltending: Bobby Mason 7s/17ga (47 mins), Bryant Jones 0s/1ga (1 mins)

The book for Midlakes: Matt Barilla (2g-2a), Cory Gray (2g-1a), Brandon Sauve (2g-3a), Tyler Brooks-Lambert (2g-3a), Nick Judge (7g-1a), Rob Buchwald (1g), Cody Wilkes (2g), Goaltending: Matt Brennessel 3s/3ga = 50% (24 mins), Tucker Jensen 6s/6ga = 50% (24 mins).

 --  Midlakes defeated Marcus Whitman 18-9 and won the first three quarters. Marcus Whitman came back in the fourth quarter to win the quarter 4-2.

Going into the final quarter the Eagles led 16-5. Midlakes split goalies at the half. Matt Brennessel and Tucker Jensen each played two quarters between the pipes. Brennessel played the first half and had three saves for exactly 50% and Jensen played the second half and had six saves for exactly 50%.

For Marcus Whitman, Bobby Mason played nearly the entire game, except for a one-minute penalty. Mason finished the game with seven saves. Defenseman Bryan Jones stepped into the goal during Mason's penalty and finished with one goal against. return


Waterloo 13 - Mynderse 12  

The book for Waterloo: Joe Shaffer (1g-1a), Tim Wright (2g-3a), Tim Freier (7g), Dylan Chilson (5a), Chance Lowry (2g-1a), Mike Bohling (1g), Goaltending: Zach Ramirez 15s/12ga = 56% (48 mins)

The book for Mynderse: Matt Koopman (4g-1a), Aaron Peterman (3g-3a), Mike Clark (1g-1a), Danny Galusha (2a), Jerry Jones (1g-1a), Nick Giovannini (2g), Brett Wood (1g) Goaltending: Tim Trickler 14s/13ga = 52% (48 mins).

  --  Mynderse made a strong late effort, winning the fourth quarter 6-4, but it was not enough and Waterloo held on for the 13-12 win. The Indians were led in scoring by senior midfielder Tim Freier (7g) and freshman attackman Tim Wright (2g-3a). Senior midfielder Dylan Chilson also made a significant contribution with five assists. In the cage, Zach Ramirez played the entire game for Waterloo and finished with 15 saves.

For Mynderse, freshman Aaron Peterman finished with a team leading 3g-3a. Three attackman round out the top scorers for the Blue Devils: senior Matt Koopman (4g-1a), senior Nick Giovannini (2g) and junior Mike Clark (1g-1a). Senior Jerry Jones (1g-1a) along with juniors Danny Galusha (2a) and Brett Wood (1g) rounded out the scoring. In the cage, freshman goalie Tim Trickler finished just over 50% with 14 saves. return


Spencerport 18 - Arc/Oly 15  

The book for Arc/Oly: Richard Fischer (3g), David Powlowski (3g-3a), Dustin Lenz Emmi (1g), Dylan Mahan (2g), Kendrick Heintzelman (4g-2a), Robert Kitchen (2g), Goaltending: Tyler Catalfano 2s/11ga (24 mins), Shane Trost 6s/7ga (24 mins)

The book for Spencerport: Kristan Barbato (5g-1a), Nick Fischer (6g-1a), Levi Basynnnski (2g-2a), Austin Hintz (2g-2a), Ben Tribunella (2g), Matt Kaser (1g-1a), Marcus Palvino (2a), Seth Miller (2a), Goaltending: Tyler Schweikert 24s/15ga = 62% (48 mins).

  --  Spencerport defeated Greece Arc/Oly 18-15, relying heavily on a 11-5 lead going into halftime. The Lightning came back within two goals of the Rangers in the third quarter (where they scored seven goals).

The Rangers started the scoring, adding the first five goals. Kristan Barbato scored three of the first five goals for Spencerport. Barbato finished with 5g-1a. With 3:34 remaining in the first quarter Spencerport led 5-0. Greece Arc/Oly scored the final two goals of the quarter with unassisted goals from Richard Fischer and Davis Powlowski. Spencerport led 5-2 after the first quarter.

The Lightning scored the opening goal of the second quarter just 0:38 into play with another unassisted goal by Dustin Lenz-Emmi. Spencerport came back with two of their own in under three minutes; Ben Tribunella (from Matt Kaser) and another goal from Barbato. The game continued in that fashion, with Greece Arc/Oly adding one and Spencerport coming back with two of their own until halftime. At the half, Spencerport led 11-5.

The third quarter turned out to be a turning point for Greece. Spencerport scored the final goal of the quarter with an unassisted goal from Nick Fischer to increase their lead to seven (their largest lead of
the game). Greece scored the next five goals. Kendrick Heintzelman scored at 10:10 with an assist from Powlowski, followed 0:10 later with the pair adding a second goal. Fischer added two and Dylan Mahan added one to round out the five goal run. Greece brought the game within two goals (12-10) with 5:03 remaining in the third quarter. The teams alternated goals for the remainder of the quarter, and the quarter expired with Spencerport holding a two goal lead (14-12).

In the fourth quarter, Spencerport scored the first four goals to retake the six goal lead. Barbato added his final goal along with two from Austin Hintz and one from Fischer. With 5:13 remaining in the game, the Rangers had cemented their lead once more, leading 18-12. The Lightning scored the final three goals of the game only 0:33 apart (at 2:26, 2:13 and 1:53). Heintzelman assisted the first goal, with Robert Kitchen scoring, and scored the final two goals (unassisted).

In the cage, Spencerport's Tyler Schweikert played the entire game and finished with 24 saves. Greece split goalie time with Tyler Catalfano making 2 saves and Shane Trost adding six. return


Gates Chili 15 - Hilton 14  

The book for Gates Chili: Grant Ferguson (2g-2a), Steven Campaniello (1g-1a), Tyler Webb (2g-1a), Matt Martin (4g-1a), Joe Drabin (1g-2a), Pete DiLaura (4g-2a), Brian Eckam (1g-2a), Goaltending: Brian Lane 13s/14ga (48 mins)

The book for Hilton: Evan Pace (1g-1a), Mike Meeks (3g-1a), David Smith (2g-3a), Mike Barbone (1g), Jake Montgomery (7g), Cory Endres (2a), Shane Endres (1a), Goaltending: Mitch Smith 19s/15ga = 56% (48 mins).

 --  Gates-Chili defeated Hilton by one goal, 15-14. The Spartans held off a late advance by the Cadets for the win. Hilton scored with 5:20 and 3:55 remaining in the game to come within one goal, but could not get the last goal to tie the game.

Both teams were close throughout the game. Hilton had the lead after the first quarter 4-2. In the second quarter there were a combined 13 goals (8 for Gates-Chili and 5 for Hilton). The Spartans had a four goal unanswered streak late in the second quarter to go from behind down by two goals to being up by two goals. The second quarter ended with Hilton maintaining a small lead.

Gates-Chili had another five goals streak spanning the end of the third and beginning of the fourth to move from being down to maintaining the lead. The Spartans held out against the last advance from the Cadets for the win. The Spartans had 11 of their 15 goals assisted. Gates-Chili outshot Hilton 41-35 and had 28-27 on cage. In the cage for Hilton, Mitch Smith played the entire game and finished with thirteen saves. Gates-Chili's goalie Brian Lane also finished the game with 13 saves. return

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Fairport 17 - Rush-Henrietta 7  

The book for Rush-Henrietta: Joe Perkins (1g-3a), Jake Alvarez (3g-1a), Brad Sauln (1a), Torry Whitcher (1g), Chris Aycock (2g), Goaltending: Corey Spuck 11s/17ga (48 mins)

The book for Fairport: Chris Button (2g-3a), Andrew Hays (1g), Connor McJury (1g), Brendan Saylor (3g-3a), Martin Manilla (5g-1a), Tim Modesti (1g), Ryan Ramage (1a), James Cunningham (1g), Derek DeJoe (2g), Stephen Danylyshyn (1g) Goaltending: Kyle Bowerman 11s/7ga = 61% (44 mins), Pete Gropp 2s/0ga = 100% (4 mins).

  --  Fairport defeated Rush-Henrietta 17-7, scoring the first nine goals of the contest before the Royal Comets scored on a face-off fast-break with 7:30 remaining in the second quarter. Brad Sauln picked up his own ground ball on the face-off and found Joe Perkins open for the goal. Sauln finished 12/24 at the draw for the Royal Comets.

The Red Raiders won the ground ball battle 45-42 and took more shots than the Royal Comets 41-31. Fairport's early scoring came from Martin Manilla and Brendan Saylor. Manilla scored three and assisted one goal in the first quarter (he finished with 5g-1a) and Saylor assisted two and scored one in first quarter (he finished with 3g-3a). The Royal Comets tied the second quarter 2-2 and won the fourth quarter 4-3. In the fourth quarter, Derek DeJoe added two goals for the Red Raiders and junior attackman Connor McJury scored his third goal of the season with an unassisted goal at 3:40 remaining in the game. RH had scoring from Chris Aycock, Torry Whitcher and Jake Alvarez in the final quarter.

For the Royal Comets, Corey Spuck played the entire game between the pipes and finished with eleven saves. For Fairport, both Kyle Bowerman and Pete Gropp saw time in the cage. Bowerman finished with eleven saves and Gropp finished with two. return


Irondequoit 17 - Churchville-Chili 9  

The book for Irondequoit: Mike Utz (4g-2a), Erik Kleehammer (1a), Max Kostyk (1g), Ian Brooks (2g), Gunnar Miller (1g), Nick Doktor (2g-2a), Jordan Napierala (1g), Matt Wolfe (1g-2a), Greg Coholan (3g-1a), Emmy Poccia (2g), Goaltending: Tyler Nash 7s/8ga (40 mins), Eric Fischer 1s/1ga = 50% (8 mins)

The book for Churchville-Chili: Ryan Yunker (3g-1a), Taylor Kolmer (1g), Alex Pavone (1g), Trevor Hodgins (1g-1a), Jon Hemink (2g-3a), Kevin Widzinski (1g), Goaltending: Wolodia Huley 8s/8ga = 50% (24 mins), Jack Corcoran 4s/9ga (24 mins).

  --  Although Churchville-Chili scored the first goal, Irondequoit scored 12 of the next 13 on their way to a 17-9 win over the Saints. The Eagles scored the next seven goals after the opening goal from Jon Hemink. The Eagles led 5-1 after the first quarter; Nick Doktor added the final goal of the first quarter with 0:06 remaining.

In the second quarter, Irondequoit scored the first two goals with unassisted goals from Greg Coholan. The Eagles led 7-1 before the Saints scored again. Churchville-Chili scored three straight goals in the second quarter. The first two goals were scored during man-up and both were scored by Ryan Yunker. The fourth Churchville-Chili goal was scored by Hemink. Irondequoit led 7-4 and added one more goal before the end of the first half. Ian Brooke scored with 4:06 remaining for the Eagles. At halftime Irondequoit led 8-4.

In the third quarter Irondequoit continued with their streak adding another four goals before Churchville-Chili scored. Emmy Poccia, Doktor, Gunnar Miller and Mike Utz each scored for Irondequoit. The Eagles extended their lead to 12-4. Churchville-Chili scored two more goals, both assisted by Hemink. The first was scored by Alex Pavone and the second by Yunker. Irondequoit came back with three more goals before Churchville-Chili's Trevor Hodgins scored unassisted during man-up. Irondequoit's Coholan fed Utz for the last goal of the third quarter with 0:08 remaining in the third quarter.

In the fourth quarter, Irondequoit scored the first goal of the fourth quarter for their last goal. Max Kostyk scored unassisted. Churchville-Chili scored the final two goals of the goal, both during extra-man offense. Kevin Widzinski (assisted by Yunker) and Taylor Kolmer (assisted by Hodgins) scored the final two goals of the game.

In the cage for Churchville-Chili, Wolodia Huley played the first half and finished with eight saves and Jack Corcoran played the second half and finished with four saves. For Irondequoit, Tyler Nash played most of the game and finished with five saves. Eric Fischer finished the game but did not record a save. return

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HFL 14 - Brockport 1  

The book for Brockport: Jake Burns (1g), Dominic Trento (1a), Goaltending: Chris Ioannone 12s/10ga = 55% (36 mins), Paul Duthoy 2s/4ga (12 mins)

The book for HFL: Tommy O`Leary (1a), Nick Weston (3g), Alex Holton (1g-1a), Eric Boike (2g-5a), Jim Burgasser (1g-1a), Mickey Allan (1g), Jason Breau (4g), Alex Moyer (1a), Jeff Roth (2g), Goaltending: Jay Tallon 4s/1ga = 80% (38 mins), Stephen Leonard 0s/0ga (10 mins).

  --  HFL defeated Brockport 14-1, scoring the final twelve goals of the contest. Brockport scored their lone goal of the game during a three-minute non-releasable stick penalty that began the second quarter. HFL also scored two goals of their own (man-down) during the stick penalty.

The Blue Devils only took ten shots, with five on cage. The Cougars, on the other hand, took 41 shots with 28 on cage. Leading the charge for the Cougars was attackmen Eric Boike (2g-5a) and Jason Breau (4g). The Cougars also won the ground ball battle 43-23. Leading the charge for HFL were defensemen Keenan O'Brien (7), Jim Burgasser (7) and Eugene Stuckless (5) as well as midfielder Jake Lee (5). In the cage, Jay Tallon played the first 38 minute spanning all four quarters and finished with four saves. Stephen Leonard finished the game, but did not face a shot.

For Brockport, Chris Ioannone played three quarters and recorded 12 saves. Paul Duthoy finished the game in the fourth quarter and had two saves. Leading the ground ball charge for the Blue Devils was Ioannone with six. Defenseman John Pacitto also had four ground balls. return

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Canandaigua 20 - Victor 6  

The book for Victor: Mike Ewanechko (1g), Mitch Rupp (2g), Andy Poitras (2a), Andy Poitras (2a), Max Lawless (1g-1a), John Maloney (1g), Max Hill (1g), Pat D`Angelo (1a), Goaltending: Steve Basile 15s/20ga (48 mins)

The book for Canandaigua: Brandon Thomson (5g), Adam Knapton (4g-3a), Deven Alves (1g-4a), Tom LaCrosse (4g), Gannon Osborn (1a), Bryan Peck (1a), Collin Peck (1a), Matt Scharr (1g-1a), Matt George (1a), Jordan Reals (1g), Nic Wood (3g), Evan Helming (1g), Goaltending: Nick King 8s/5ga = 62% (28 mins), Corey Griffin 4s/1ga = 80% (20 mins).

 --  The Braves went right to work, scoring seven goals in the first quarter and adding seven more before the half to take a 14-5 half time score to a 20-6 win at Victor. Parker Weeks had a great day at the face off "x", winning fifteen of twenty draws.

Leading the offensive book for Canandaigua were Brandon Thomson (5g), Adam Knapton (4g-3a), Deven Alves (1g-4a), and Tom LaCrosse (4g).

Nick King played twenty-eight minutes in the cage (9s/5ga) and Corey Griffin finished (4s/1ga) for the Braves (12-1) who take on Hamburg (Section Six - Buffalo) tomorrow night. Hamburg, a Class B school is currently ranked right behind CA (5th) on the NYSSWA poll. No report from Victor tonight. return

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East Rochester 11 - Eastridge 5  

The book for East Rochester: Torin Hudson (2g-1a), Nick Reiss (3g), Clayton Vaughn (3a), Darnell Rhodes (2g), Jordan Michele (3g-1a), Raymond Shalvoy (1g-1a), Goaltending: Liridon Dervisholli 16s/5ga = 76% (48 mins)

The book for Eastridge: Mike Mortillaro (1g), Chris Giruzzi (3g), Ethan Printy (1g), Goaltending: TJ Ennis 9s/11ga (48 mins).

 --  East Rochester defeated Eastridge 11-5 today at home. Eastridge had the lead at the end of the first quarter but the Bombers scored five unanswered goals in the second quarter to take the 6-2 lead going into halftime and they never looked back.

Eastridge won 11/19 at the face-off draw and were led by Ethan Printy who was 10/16 (63%). Printy led his team in ground balls with four and also led his team in shots with 10. Midfielder Mike Mortillaro also took ten shots as well as adding one goal for the Lancers. Chris Giruzzi led the Lancers with three goals. Between the pipes, TJ Ennis finished with ten saves for the Lancers.

For East Rochester, midfielder Torin Hudson led in ground balls with eight; Clayton Vaughn (5), Raymond Shalvoy (3) and Miles Boyer (3) also contributed. Midfielder Kyle Knopp finished with two one-on-one takes for the Bombers. Attackman Jordan Michele (3g-1a) and midfielders Reiss (3g), Vaughn (3a) and Hudson (2g-1a) led their team in scoring. In the cage, Liridon Dervisholli finished with sixteen saves for the Bombers. return

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Geneva 21 - Newark 1  

The book for Newark: Alex Peake (1g), Goaltending: Dominic Camblin 7s/12ga (19 mins), Nate Gardner 10s/9ga = 53% (29 mins)

The book for Geneva: Sam Rollo (1g-4a), Billy Eddington (2g-3a), Patrick Roll (3g), Will Brennan (1g-1a), Zach Koczent (3g), Sean Cunningham (1g-2a), Eric Mason (2g), Frank Triana (4g), Chris Pitifer (1g), Steve Fabrizio (1g), Andrew Ritter (1g), Austin Koczent (1g), Mike Warner (1a), Dave Salone (1a) Goaltending: Ross Dinan 2s/1ga = 67% (48 mins).

  --  Geneva scored eight unanswered goals in the first quarter and then added six more in the second quarter as they cruised to at 21-1 win over host Newark this afternoon.

Fourteen different players made the offensive book for the Panthers (11-2). They were led by Billy Eddington (2g-3a), Sam Rollo (1g-4a) and Frank Triana (4g).

The Panthers host Penn Yan on Saturday afternoon. No report from Newark. return


Brighton 11 - Batavia 7  

The book for Batavia: Chip Chapman (1a), Will Mulcahy (3g), Kyle Maniace (2g-2a), Kyle King (1a), Joe Pedro (2g-3a), Goaltending: Theo Hill 19s/11ga = 63% (48 mins)

The book for Brighton: Kurt Minges (4g-2a), CJ Wool (4g), Dan Pierce (1g-1a), Alex Ballatori (1g), Matan Cohen (1g) Goaltending: Jordan Carey 7s/7ga = 50% (48 mins).

 --  Kurt Minges (4g-2a ) and CJ Wool (3g) led the offense for the Barons as they improved their record to 14-1 with an 11-7 win on the road against Batavia. Brighton started out with a 3-1 lead after the first quarter and a 6-3 lead at the half time break.

Seven different players made the offensive book for Brighton and Jordan Carey recorded seven saves for the Barons, who finish their regular season one week from today when they host East Rochester.

There was no report from Batavia tonight.return