Saturday: Midlakes takes Bath, PY over Geneva by one

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 There were six games played today. Penn Yan won by a goal at Geneva. Midlakes scored the last fourteen goals to beat Bath 18-10. Lightning beat BK 9-6 and Spencerport beat Batavia 12-6. It was Pal-Mac over Mynderse and Thunder over Newark.

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Penn Yan 7 - Geneva 6  

The book for Geneva: Billy Eddington (2g), Frank Triana (1g-1a), Zach Koczent (2g-1a), Sean Cunningham (1g), Will Brennan (1a), Goaltending: Ross Dinan 17s/7ga = 71% (48 mins)

The book for Penn Yan: Bradley Voigt (1g-1a), Nate Nichols (2g), Preston Maciejewski (1g-1a), Jordan Owen (3g), Goaltending: Cody Richardson 10s/6ga = 63% (48 mins).

  -- It was a close game throughout and a single goal in the third quarter gave Penn Yan a 7-6 win at Geneva this afternoon. Jordan Owen (3g) and Nate Nichols (2g and 5gbs) led the Mustangs offense while Cody Richardson recorded ten saves in the goal. Penn Yan (7-6) finishes their season with Penfield and Amherst next week.

Billy Eddington (2g), Frank Triana (1g-1a) and Zach Koczent (2g-1a) led the scoring for the Panthers while Ross Dinan had 17 saves for Geneva (11-2) who finish their season with Waterloo and Pal-Mac next week.

 

Pal-Mac 13 - Mynderse 4  

The book for Pal-Mac: Sean Nolan (1g), Dom Chapman (2g-1a), Jeff Kier (1g), Mike Russell (3g-2a), David Ellsworth (1g-2a), Mike DeMar (3g-1a), Ben Reeves (2g-3a), Goaltending: Matt Carkner 9s/4ga = 69% (48 mins)

The book for Mynderse: Aaron Peterman (2g), Matt Koopman (1g-1a), Brett Wood (1g-1a), Goaltending: Tim Trickler 21s/13ga = 62% (48 mins).

  --  Seven players made the offensive book for Palmyra-Macedon as the defeated Mynderse Academy, 13-4 this morning at Pal-Mac Stadium. Mike Russell(3g-2a), Mike DeMar(3g-1a) and Ben Reeves(2g-3a) led the scoring while Matt Carkner made nine saves for the Raiders (10-3). Pal-Mac finished the season with Midlakes and Geneva next week.

Aaron Peterman (2g), Matt Koopman (1g-1a) and Brett Wood (1g-1a) scored for Mynderse. Freshman goalie Tim Trickler had 21 saves for the Blue Devils who play Bloomfield-Honeoye and Midlakes next week. return

 

Midlakes 18 - Bath 10  

The book for Bath: Matt Nesbitt (1g), Zach Reed (3a), Brian Gable (2g-2a), Mark Martuscello (4g), Nick Rossi (3g-2a), Goaltending: Robert Masti 9s/15ga (39 mins), Adam Force 0s/3ga (9 mins)

The book for Midlakes: Matt Barilla (2g-1a), Cory Gray (5g-3a), Brandon Sauve (2g-4a), Tyler Brooks-Lambert (2g-1a), Nick Judge (6g-2a), Rob Buchwald (1g-2a), Goaltending: Matt Brennessel 7s/10ga (48 mins).

  --  Although Bath took the early 9-5 lead, Midlakes scored nine unanswered goals and thirteen out of the last fourteen goals to win 18-10 and controlled the final 29 minutes. In the second half, face-off man Tyler Brooks-Lambert dominated the draw winning 10/11 draws. The ball control in the second half was one of the key aspects of the Eagles win.

Bath came out strong scoring the first five goals of the game. The Rams scored their first goal when Brian Gable found Matt Nesbitt open for the goal. The next three Ram goals were scored in less than 20 seconds. Bath scored at 8:49, 8:40 and 8:24 remaining in the fourth quarter to jump to a 4-0 lead. Gable added the fifth goal for the Rams with 5:37 remaining in the quarter. Midlakes scored their first goal with an unassisted tally by Nick Judge only 0:42 later. Bath added another goal with Zach Reed assisting Nick Rossi with 4:13 remaining. Midlakes added the final two goals of the quarter. Scoring by Brooke-Lambert and Judge rounded out the first quarter. Bath led 6-3 after the first quarter. It was the only quarter where Bath maintained the lead.

Midlakes scored gain to open the second quarter only 0:18 in. Brandon Sauve scored with an assist from Cory Gray. Bath added their seventh goal with an assist from Gable to Martuscello. Martuscello scored all three goals for the Rams in the second quarter. Midlakes added one more goal with Judge scoring (assisting by Rob Buchwald). Martuscello added the next two goals for Bath (with Reed assisting the first goal). With 7:39 remaining Bath held the 9-5 lead and Midlakes was prepared to score the next nine goals. Midlakes scored five goals before the end of the first half to take the 10-9 lead. Barilla and Gray each added two goals with Judge added one.

In the third quarter, the Eagles continued their onslaught, scoring another four goals before the Rams scored their final goal of the game. Gray added two more goals with Buchwald and Brooks-Lambert adding one each. Sauve added three of the four assists (with the last being unassisted). Bath's final goal was scored by Rossi (unassisted). The third quarter ended with Midlakes leading 14-10. In the third quarter Brooks-Lambert won 6/6 face-off draws.

In the fourth quarter, Midlakes scored the only four goals and held Bath scoreless. Judge added two of the final goals with Gray and Sauve adding the last two goals. Midlakes control of the ball kept the Rams from being able to put an offense together. Additionally, when the Rams did have shots at the cage, goalie Matt Brennessel played well in the second half. Brennessel finished with five saves in the second half and seven overall. For the Rams, Robert Masti played most of the game (39 minutes) and finished with nine saves. Adam Force played time in both the second and third quarters, but did not finish with a save.  return

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Spencerport 12 - Batavia 6  

The book for Spencerport: Kristan Barbato (6g-1a), Austin Hintz (3g-2a), Nick Fischer (1g-1a), Marcus Palvino (2a), Seth Miller (2a), Ben Tribunella (1g), Andrew Sformo (1g), Goaltending: Tyler Schweikert 11s/6ga = 65% (48 mins)

The book for Batavia: Chip Chapman (2g), Kyle Maniace (3g-1a), Alex Cliff (1g), Goaltending: Theo Hill 12s/12ga = 50% (48 mins).

  --  The Rangers won a 12-6 victory over Batavia this afternoon. Spencerport started with a 3-1 first quarter led and both teams scored four goals in the second, giving Spencerport a two goal lead. Both teams added one more goal in the third.

Spencerport took off in the last quarter, scoring four unanswered goals including two by Austin Hintz who ended the game with three goals and two assists. Kristan Barbato led scoring for the Rangers with 6g-1a while Tyler Schweikert recorded 11 saves. Spencerport (6-7) finishes their season with ER and Thunder next week.

Will Mulcahy (3g), Kyle Maniace (2g-2a) and Joe Pedro (2g-3a) led Batavia's scoring while Theo Hill made 19 saves. The Blue Devils (7-6) finish their season with Eastridge and Bath next week. return

  

Ath/Ody 18 - Newark 5  

The book for Ath/Ody: Tyler Gorgione (6g), Danny Vyverberg (4g-4a), Nick Kraft (3g), Joe Trimboli (1g-2a), Matt Keough (1g-1a), Mike LoFaso (1g), Brandon Cheeseman (1g), Eric Hostetter (1g), Andrew Prestigiacomo (1a), Goaltending: Zack Rudgers 9s/2ga = 82% (36 mins), Steve Cole 1s/3ga (9 mins), Zach Cox 0s/0ga (3 mins)

The book for Newark: Luke Hartman (2g-1a), Ryan Kommer (2g-1a), Eli Ebanks (1g), Goaltending: Dominic Camblin 10s/12ga (36 mins), Nate Gardner 2s/6ga (12 mins).

  --  Although Newark scored the first goal, the Greece Thunder (Ath/Ody) scored the next four on their way to an 18-5 win at home. It was 5-2 at the half, but the Thunder scored seven unanswered goals in the third and then outscored the Reds 6-3 in the last quarter for the win.

Lightning goalie, Zack Rudgers finished with (9s/2ga/36 mins) after three quarters, passing the baton to Steve Cole who made 1 save and allow 3 goals in 9 mins, followed by Zach Cox who did not face a shot on cage. Leading the offense were Tyler Gorgione (6g), Dan Vyverberg (4g-4a) and Nick Kraft (3g). Greece Ath/Ody (9-5) finishes with the second "storm game" (Lighting) on Tuesday and Spencerport on Thursday.

Newark's offense was led by Luke Hartman and Ryan Kommer, both with 2g-1a. The Reds finish out with Marcus Whitman and Waterloo next week. return

 

Arc/Oly 9 - Bishop Kearney 7  

The book for Arc/Oly: Billy Slapar (1g), David Powlowski (2g-1a), Robert Kitchen (1g), Kendrick Heintzelman (1g-3a), Richard Fischer (3g-2a), Dylan Mahan (1g), Goaltending: Shane Trost 13s/7ga = 65% (48 mins)

The book for Bishop Kearney:

 --  The Greece Lightning (Arc/Oly) won a 9-7 victory today over visiting Bishop Kearney. Greece won the first quarter 4-1, but the Kings came back in the second with three unanswered goals to force a 4-4 tied at the half time break. The Lightning took a one goal advanced in the third and added one more to their lead in the last quarter to secure the win.

Sophomore goalie Shane Trost made 13 saves for the Lightning, while Richard Fischer (3g-2a), Kendrick Heintzelman (1g-3a) and David Powlowski (2g-1a) led the offensive charge for the Greece. There was no report from Bishop Kearney tonight. return

 



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