Thursday: Last Big Day of Regular Season Games


Most teams in Section Five finished their regular season games today, playing fourteen game in total. There are only four games left to be played before Tournament seeding on Sunday. Today Thomas beat Irondequoit 11-8 and Victor had a close win over Churchville-Chili (16-15). Eastridge was a 13-11 winner over the Lightning and Waterloo beat Newark 9-4. The rest of the games were runaways.

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Thomas 11 - Irondequoit 8  

The book for Thomas: Kenny Tomeno (1g), Brad Hutton (1g-1a), John Zawacki (2g), Zach Crawford (1g), Jack Hinderland (3g-2a), Kyle Rothfuss (2g), JT Hauck (1g), Goaltending: Don Grace 18s/8ga = 69% (48 mins)

The book for Irondequoit: Mike Utz (2g), Erik Kleehammer (1g), Ian Brooks (1g), Gunnar Miller (2g), Nick Doktor (4a), Greg Coholan (1g), Emmy Poccia (1g-1a), Goaltending: Tyler Nash 19s/11ga = 63% (48 mins).

  -- Although Irondequoit made a late push, Webster Thomas defeated the Eagles 11-8. The Titans were in control for most of the game, barring a four minute period in the final quarter. Thomas scored eight out of nine goals spanning the first three quarters.

Thomas' early goals were scored during unsettled situations. They scored the first goal during man-up. Brad Hutton took a shot from the outside that was saved by goalie Tyler Nash, but Nash could not control the ball and it was loose in front of the cage. Zach Crawford picked up the loose ball and fired into the back of the net at point blank range. Irondequoit followed with their first goal. Like the Titan goal, Irondequoit's goal was scored during a semi-unsettled situation. Greg Coholan took a shot from the outside that missed thom-ironthe cage. However, instead of going out of bounds, Nick Doktor picked up the ground ball and found Mike Utz open on the crease for the goal. The score was tied at 1-1. Thomas scored the next five goals and eight of the next nine to take control of the game. The second Thomas goal was scored during a fast-break. Kenny Tomeno took the ball from their defensive end all the way to the crease before shooting the ball. The final goal of the first quarter was scored nearly identically to the first Thomas goal. Tomeno took an outside shot that was saved by Nash but this time Jack Hinderland picked up the ground ball and scored. The Titans led 3-1 after the first quarter.

In the second quarter the Titans scored the first three goals before Irondequoit added their goal for the quarter. Thomas kept up the unsettled goals with another fast-break goal. This goal was scored unassisted by Kyle Rothfuss after dodging his defenseman only 0:23 into the quarter. The first goal that was scored in a settled situation was scored by Hinderland. Hinderland drove from the top and shot side-arm into the upper corner for the four goal lead. The fifth unanswered goals from the Titans was scored when Hutton drove down the left side of the field; but instead of shooting, rolled back thom-ironand found John Zawacki across the field open for the goal. The final goal of the game was scored by Irondequoit's Gunnar Miller. Miller scored from the right side of the cage with a feed from Emmy Poccia from goal line extended. The first half concluded with Thomas leading 6-2.

In the third quarter, Thomas kept the pressure up against the Eagles scoring the first three goals to take a 9-2 lead over Irondequoit. Thomas scored again only seconds into the quarter. Rothfuss scored with a hard outside-side arm shot only 0:24 into the quarter. JT Hauck scored his lone goal of the game with a drive from the outside for the titans. Thomas' third goal of the quarter was scored during a fast-break with Hinderland feeding Zawacki. The Titans held the largest lead 9-2 with 3:36 remaining in the third quarter. Irondequoit started their comeback with two goals, one before the end of the quarter. The Eagles scored six of the next seven goals. The last goal of the third quarter was scored during man-up with Doktor assisting Erik Kleehammer with only 0:13 remaining in the quarter. Thomas held a 9-3 lead after three quarters.

In the fourth quarter, the Eagles really stepped up. Although they only got within two goals, they played hard and for a time looked like they might be able to win the game. The Titans however had other things in mind. They kept up the pressure and were able to stop Irondequoit and hold on to their lead. Irondequoit scored the first goal of the quarter with a straight dodge from the top by Utz. Thomas scored their first goal of the quarter when Hinderland drove from behind the game. Irondequoit scored the next four goals spanning a 3:22 period. Each of the four Eagle goals were scored by a different player. The first and fourth goals were assisted by Doktor. The first began when Jordan Napierala thom-ironmissed the cage. Doktor picked up the ball behind the cage and found Miller open for the goal. The second goal came with a straight drive from Ian Brooks. The third goal began with a drive by Doktor from behind the cage; instead of shooting Doktor fed the ball to Poccia who dodged his defenseman for the goal. The fourth and final goal for the Eagles was scored with a outside shot by Greg Coholan with a feed from Doktor during man-up. Irondequoit had brought the game within two goals (10-8) but that was as close as it got. The Titans got the ball back with less than a minute remaining, but instead of holding the ball, they scored with 0:41 remaining. Hinderland took the ball all the way down the field during a clear and found Hutton open for the goal.

The story of the game, came from the goalie play of both Nash for Irondequoit as well as Don Grace for Thomas. Both goalies were stellar. Nash finished with 19 saves (63%) and Grace finished with 18 saves (69%). Both goalies had unbelievable saves and were key components in their team's success. Irondequoit's Nash kept them close and Thomas' Grace kept them in the lead. At the face-off draw, Irondequoit's Justin Buonomo finished at 65% for the Eagles (15/23). Both teams finished the game with 29 ground balls. Leading the charge for Irondequoit was Buonomo with 10; Doktor (4), Utz (4) and Poccia (3) also made contributions. For Thomas, Hinderland (5) and Tomeno (5) led with Hauck (4), Zawacki (4) and Grace (4) adding to the total. return

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Brighton 22 - East Rochester 10  

The book for Brighton: CJ Wool (5g-3a), Brackett Bourne (3g), Steven Cregan (2g-3a), Kurt Minges (2g-3a), Dan Pierce (2g-2a), Max Brauer (2g), Alex Ballatori (2g), Matan Cohen (2g), Nick Wolak (1g-1a), Casey Kopp (1g), Matt Schuster (1a), Drew Trausch (1a), Goaltending: Jordan Carey 6s/6ga = 50% (28 mins), Matt Ingalls 3s/4ga (20 mins)

The book for East Rochester:

  --  It was a great day in Brighton this afternoon as their 22-10 win over East Rochester gave the Barons another Monroe County Division III championship (12-0).

The Barons also established a new school lacrosse record for games won in a season as they finish the regular season at 15-1.

Max Brauer won 21 of 23 face offs for Brighton who also used twelve different players on the offensive scorebook. CJ Wool led the pack with 5g-3a and Steven Cregan and Kurt Minges each added 2g-3a.

Jordan Carey (6s/6ga) and Matt Ingalls (3s/4ga) shared time in the goal for Brighton.

Jordan Michele led the Bombers (9-7) with 3g-2a. return



Canandaigua 17 - Brockport 3  

The book for Canandaigua: Brandon Thomson (2g), Adam Knapton (3g-1a), Deven Alves (1g-4a), Gannon Osborn (1g-1a), Collin Peck (1a), Matt Scharr (2g), Mark Greer (2g), Collin Carson (4g-2a), Cody Jones (1a), Nick Smith (1a), Jordan Reals (1g-1a), Nic Wood (1a), Corey Griffin (1g), Goaltending: Corey Griffin 4s/3ga = 57% (44 mins), Nick King 0s/0ga (4 mins)

The book for Brockport: Trevor Hayward (2g-1a), Geoff Catlin (1g), Bryan Johnson (1a), Goaltending: Paul Duthoy 12s/10ga = 55% (24 mins), Chris Ioannone 6s/7ga (24 mins).

  --  Canandaigua ended their regular season at 15-1 with a 17-3 victory over visiting Brockport this afternoon. Starting with six unanswered goals in the first quarter, the Braves led at the half 10-0.

Thirteen different players made the offensive book for Canandaigua. Led by senior midfielder Collin Carson (4g-2a), Deven Alves (1g-4a) and Adam Knapton (3g-1a), the Braves played starting goalie Nick King for only four minutes (0s/0ga), turning the cage over to Corey Griffin who made four saves and added one goal for Canandaigua.

Trevor Hayward scored two goals and added an assist to lead the Brockport offense, who will end their regular season on Saturday when they travel to Bath-Haverling. return


Victor 16 - Churchville-Chili 15  

The book for Churchville-Chili: Ryan Yunker (1g-2a), Taylor Kolmer (1g-2a), Alex Pavone (2g-1a), Zach Yehl (6g), Jon Hemink (4g-2a), Kevin Widzinski (1g), Nick Bruno (1a), Goaltending: Jack Corcoran 9s/16ga (48 mins)

The book for Victor: Mitch Rupp (2g-1a), Collin O`Shea (1g), Connor Kimball (3g-1a), Andy Poitras (1a), Pat D`Angelo (4g-1a), John Maloney (3g-3a), Trevor O`Shea (1g-1a), Dale Mattice (2g-1a), Goaltending: Steve Basile 19s/15ga = 56% (48 mins).

  --  Victor and Churchville-Chili played a close game for 48 minutes with the Blue Devils holding on to the lead in the final minutes. Victor took the lead back with 8:16 remaining in the fourth quarter and held out through two late Churchville-Chili goals to win 16-15.

Victor scored the first goal of the game with Pat D'Angelo assisting Dale Mattice. Churchville-Chili tied the game for the first time at 1-1 with a goal from Jon Hemink (assisted by Taylor Kolmer). Victor came back with three more goals to take the 4-1 lead. Churchville-Chili's Zach Yehl scored the second Saints goal unassisted with 5:46 remaining in the first quarter. Victor added two more goals including one man-up goal. John Maloney assisted Connor Kimball followed by Andrew Poitrus assisting Mitch Rupp. Rupp's goal was scored during an extra-man opportunity by Victor. Victor led 6-2 with three minutes remaining. Churchville-Chili added the last two goals of the quarter with scoring from Kolmer and Alex Pavone. The first quarter ended with Victor leading 6-4.

Victor came out strong in the second quarter, scoring three unanswered goals. D'Angelo, Trevor O'Shea and Rupp scored the three goals for the Blue Devils. Victor led 9-4 with 0:55 remaining in the first half. The five goal lead was the largest lead by either team. O'Shea's goal was scored during a man-down period by Victor. Churchville-Chili's final goal was scored with no time left on the clock. Pavone scored with an assist from Kolmer. The first half ended with Victor leading 9-5.

In the third quarter the Saints started their comeback. Churchville-Chili scored the first goal of the quarter only 0:46 into the quarter with an unassisted goal by Yehl. Victor's Maloney scored the next goal for the Blue Devils to maintain the four goal lead. The Saints came together and scored the next four goals to tie the game for the second time (10-10). Yehl and Hemink each scored two goals. Victor retook the lead with an unassisted goal by Mattice with 1:52 remaining in the game. Churchville-Chili added another goal from Hemink to tie the score for the third time at 11-11. The third quarter ended with the game still tied.

Churchville-Chili came out and scored the first goal of the fourth quarter to take the lead for the first time in the game. Pavone passed the ball to Kevin Widzinski for the go ahead goal. The Saints added a second goal with a man-up goal form Yehl (assisted by Hemink). The Saints two goal lead was the largest that they had with 9:43 left in the game. Victor scored the next four goals to go from behind down two goals to leading by two goals. Four different Blue Devil's scored; Kimball, Collin O`Shea, Maloney and D'Angelo. Overall the Saints only led for 2:21 out of 48 minutes. Churchville-Chili brought the game within two goals twice, but could not tie the game again. With 5:26 remaining a goal from Yunker brought the score to 15-14 and a goal from Yehl with 0:39 brought the score to 16-15.

In the cage for Churchville-Chili, Jack Corcoran finished with nine saves. Both teams sent in "Full Stat" reports (see below) and there was a vast different in the number of saves reported for Victor's Steve Basile. Victor reported 19 saves for Basile while Churchville-Chili reported 10. return

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Eastridge 13 - Arc/Oly 11  

The book for Eastridge: Brandon Burley (2g-1a), Mike Mortillaro (4g-3a), Chris Giruzzi (2g), Ethan Printy (3g-1a), Nick Manaci (1a), Kevin Stewart (1g-1a), Luke Martello (1g), Matt Hess (1a), Goaltending: TJ Ennis 8s/11ga (47 mins), Kevin Schlyer 1s/0ga = 100% (1 mins)

The book for Arc/Oly: Robert Kitchen (5g), Kendrick Heintzelman (4g-2a), David Powlowski (2g-1a), Dustin Lenz Emmi (1a), Richard Fischer (1a) Goaltending: Shane Trost 16s/13ga = 55% (48 mins).

  --  It was an exciting night for the Lancers as the defeated the Lightning (Arc/Oly) 13-11 in the last game of the regular season and before a home crowd.

The Lancers took the first quarter 5-3 and led at the half 8-4. At the start of the last quarter, with Eastridge up 12-7, the Lightning scored four goals to get close.

Mike Mortillaro (4g-3a) and Ethan Printy (3g-1a) led the scoring for the Lancers while TJ Ennis made eight saves in the cage.

Robert Kitchen (5g) and Kendrick Heintzelman (4g-2a) led the scoring for the Lightning. return


Fairport 17 - Gates Chili 0  

The book for Fairport: Chris Button (4g-3a), John Hawk (1a), Connor McJury (1g), Brendan Saylor (4g-2a), Martin Manilla (4g-1a), Tim Modesti (3a), Chris Benza (1g-1a), Brian Martin (1g), James Manilla (1a), Mitchell Harris (1g), Derek DeJoe (2a), Sam Covell (1g), Goaltending: Kyle Bowerman 0s/0ga (24 mins), Jake Newkirk 3s/0ga = 100% (35 mins)

The book for Gates Chili:

  --  It was a shutout for junior Kyle Bowerman and freshman Jake Newkirk who slit the goal-tending duties for Fairport as they defeated Gates Chili 17-0 at home this afternoon.

Kyle Hale won 11 of 13 face offs for the Red Raiders (14-2) who the ground ball game 57 to 13 and outshot the Spartans 38 to 6.

Chris Button (4g-3a), Brendon Saylor (4g-2a) and Martin Manilla (4g-1a) led the scoring for Fairport. return


Spencerport 16 - Ath/Ody 12  

The book for Spencerport: Nick Fischer (7g-1a), Kristian Barbato (3g-1a), Ben Tribunella (3g), Marcus Palvino (1g-3a), Seth Miller (1g-3a), Austin Hintz (1g), Matt Kaser (1a), Tyler Schweikert (1a), Goaltending: Tyler Schweikert 15s/12ga = 56% (48 mins)

The book for Ath/Ody: Tyler Gorgione (5g), Danny Vyverberg (3g-2a), Matt Keough (2g-2a), Andrew Prestigiacomo (1g), Nick Caracci (1g), Nick Kraft (1a), Goaltending: Zack Rudgers 11s/16ga (48 mins).

 --  Spencerport used a seven goal third quarter effort as they went on to win a 16-12 victory over the visiting Greece Thunder (Ath/Ody) tonight.

The Rangers (8-8) were led by Nick Fisher (7g-1a), Kristan Barbato (3g-1a), Sean Miller (1g-3a) and Marcus Palvin (1g-3a). Tyler Schweikert recorded 15 saves for Spencerport.

The Thunder offense was led by Tyler Gorgione (5g) and Dan Vyverberg (3g-2a). Ath/Ody finishes the regular season at 10-6. return


Penfield 14 - Hilton 9  

The book for Hilton: Evan Pace (2g), Mike Meeks (3a), Kyle Youngman (3g), Jake Montgomery (1a), Mike Barbone (1a), Cory Endres (2g), Kyle Schmidt (1g-1a), Shane Endres (1g), Goaltending: Mitch Smith 15s/14ga = 52% (48 mins)

The book for Penfield: Dan O`Brien (2g-1a), Tucker Nelson (3g-8a), Will Schoeneck (3g), Alex Miles (6g-1a), Goaltending: Jamie Solomon 10s/8ga = 56% (44 mins), Keith Keehn 1s/1ga = 50% (4 mins).

  --  Penfield remained in control for the entire game and defeated Hilton 14-9. Although the game was tied at 1-1 and 2-2, the Patriots led for the entire 48 minutes. Overall the game was plagued by penalties; there were 19 penalties between the two teams and eight goals were scored during man-up.

In the cage, Jamie Solomon played the majority of the game for the Patriots, with Keith Keehn playing the final four minutes of the game. Solomon finished with 10 saves and Keehn finished with one save. For Hilton, Mitch Smith played the entire game and finished with 15 saves. Both teams finished with 24 ground balls. Leading the charge for Penfield was face-off man Connor Russell with five ground balls. Russell finished 16/24 at the face-off draw. For Hilton, Mitch Smith finished with a team leading five ground balls and defenseman Dylan Hickey added four ground balls.

Hilton finished with more shots then Penfield (40-35), however Penfield had more shots on cage (28-20). Alex Miles finished with 12 shots (10 on cage) to lead Penfield. Kyle Youngman led the Cadets with 9 shots (5 on cage). return

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Pittsford 14 - Rush-Henrietta 3  

The book for Pittsford: James Burke (1g), Matt Palmer (1g-1a), Thomas Rodenhouse (3g), Kevin Sanna (1g), Steven Troup (1g), Corey Parke (2g-1a), Matt Gold (1a), James Purpura (3g-5a), Tyler Aycock (1g), David Belias (1g), Goaltending: Alex Howell 10s/2ga = 83% (40 mins), Conor Quinn 0s/1ga (8 mins)

The book for Rush-Henrietta: Kenny Pattridge (2g), Chris Aycock (1g-1a), Torry Whitcher (2a), Goaltending: Corey Spuck 10s/14ga (48 mins).

  --  Pittsford easily defeated Rush-Henrietta 14-3. The Panthers scored the first six goals of the game and ten of the first eleven goals and held the Royal Comets scoreless until the second quarter when Chris Aycock found Kenny Pattridge open for the goal 0:48 into the quarter. The Royal Comets added one goal in each of the second, third and fourth quarters.

For Pittsford, James Burke finished 10/17 at the face-off draw. For RH, Brad Sauln was 10/20. The Panthers led in ground ball production 34-28.

Defenseman Joe Dupra (5) led the Panthers; Justin McLiverty (4), Kevin Sanna (3), Craig Jerabeck (3), Alex Howell (3), Burke (3) and Ryan Sullivan (3) all added to the total. For RH, Sauln led with seven ground balls. Jake Alvarez, Dylan Saxon, Aycock and Chauncey Scissum each added three ground balls. return

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Waterloo 9 - Newark 4  

The book for Newark: Luke Hartman (1g), Ryan Kommer (2g), Eli Ebanks (1g), Alex Peake (1a), Goaltending: Nate Gardner 10s/9ga = 53% (48 mins)

The book for Waterloo: Joe Shaffer (2g), Tim Wright (3g-3a), Cody Riegel (2g-2a), Tim Freier (1g), Dylan Chilson (1g-1a), Goaltending: Zach Ramirez 9s/3ga = 75% (41 mins), Josh Bailey 1s/1ga = 50% (4 mins).

  --  It started out close in the first quarter, with both teams scoring two goals, but Waterloo scored four goals in the second quarter and that was enough as they beat host Newark 9-4 tonight.

Tim Wright had 3g-3a and Cody Riegel added 2g-2a to lead the Indian offense while Zach Ramirez had 9 saves (3ga - 41 mins) and Josh Bailey added one save (1ga - 4 mins) for the winners.

Ryan Kommer scored two goals and Nate Gardner made 10 saves for Newark. return


Bath 19 - Batavia 5  

The book for Bath: Matt Nesbitt (2g-2a), Drew Wager (1g), Zach Reed (6g-7a), Brian Gable (1g), Mark Martuscello (1g-2a), Dylan Losey (1g), Nick Rossi (6g-2a), Matt Schlink (1a), Jeff Chapman (1g-1a), Tim Wolfer (1a), Goaltending: Andrew Clark 2s/3ga (36 mins), Adam Force 3s/2ga = 60% (12 mins)

The book for Batavia: Will Mulcahy (1g), Kyle Maniace (2g-1a), Joe Pedro (1a), Chip Chapman (2g), Austin Wilkinson (1a) Goaltending: Theo Hill 17s/19ga (48 mins).

  --  Although the game was close in the first quarter, Bath scored 12 goals in the second quarter on their way to a 19-5 victory. The Rams scored the first two goals of the game with goals from Jeff Chapman and Zach Reed. Reed finished with 6g-7a. 6:40 into the first quarter, Bath led 2-0. The Blue Devils came back with two goals of their own before the conclusion of the quarter. Both Batavia goals were scored during man-up. The first was scored unassisted by Chip Chapman and the second by Kyle Maniace. The score was tied after the first quarter 2-2.

In the second quarter the Rams stopped messing around and scored 12 goals. Bath scored the first three goals before Batavia added their goal. Bath then added twelve straight unanswered goals and held Batavia scoreless until into the fourth quarter. The Blue Devils were scoreless for 27:49 spanning three different quarters. In the cage for Bath, sophomore JV goalie Andrew Clark played the first three quarters and finished with two saves. Adam Force played the final quarter and finished with three saves. For Batavia, Theo Hill played the entire game and Bath reported Hill to have 13 saves. return

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Bloomfield-Honeoye 11 - Marcus Whitman 3  

The book for Bloomfield-Honeoye: Luke Anderson (3g-1a), Ben Cratsley (1g-2a), Zach Hammond (1g), Sean Beaney (2g-1a), Aaron Stevens (1g), Luke Blain (2g-1a), Jered Maloney (1g), Goaltending: Jay Nichols 7s/3ga = 70% (28 mins), Aaron Stevens 6s/0ga = 100% (20 mins)

The book for Marcus Whitman: Shawn Allen (2g), Clay Wilson (1g), Jaime Vogt (1a), Taylor Lazzaro (1a), Goaltending: Bobby Mason 17s/11ga = 61% (48 mins).

  --  It was "senior night" at Bloomfield-Honeoye as they celebrated with a 12-3 win over visiting Marcus Whitman. The Pride (12-3) finish their regular season tomorrow at Bishop Kearney.

The Pride started with five unanswered goals in the first quarter and led at the half 9-2. The second half was quieter with the Pride adding three and the Wildcats adding one.

B-H had nine players make the scorebook. Leading the effort were Luke Anderson (3g-1a), Sean Beaney (2g-1a) and Luke Blain (2g-1a). Jay Nichols recorded seven saves (3ga - 28 mins) and Aaron Stevens added six saves (0ga - 20 mins).

Senior attackman Shawn Allen led the offense with two goals while Bobby Mason made seventeen saves for the Wildcats.



Midlakes 19 - Mynderse 11  

The book for Midlakes: Matt Barilla (4g-5a), Cory Gray (4g-2a), Tyler Brooks-Lambert (10g), Nick Judge (4a), Brandon Sauve (1g-3a), Rob Buchwald (1a), Goaltending: Matt Brennessel 1s/7ga (36 mins), Tucker Jensen 1s/4ga (12 mins)

The book for Mynderse: Matt Koopman (5g-1a), Nick Giovannini (1g), Aaron Peterman (1g-2a), Mike Clark (1g), Brett Wood (2g-2a), Jesse Janas (1g), Goaltending: Tim Trickler 21s/19ga = 53% (48 mins).

  --  Senior midfielder Tyler Brooks-Lambert scored ten goals for Midlakes as the Eagles won their last game of the regular season with a 19-11 victory over Mynderse. Starting with a 10-1 first quarter margin, Midlakes led at the half 13-5.

Matt Barilla added 4g-5a and Cory Gray added 4g-2a for the Eagles (12-4) who saw six players score for the offense.

Matt Koopman (5g-1a) and Brett Wood (2g-2a) led the offense for Mynderse and Tim Trickler has twenty-one saves. return


Geneva 15 - Pal-Mac 6  

The book for Geneva: Patrick Roll (2a), Billy Eddington (4g-1a), Will Brennan (1g-1a), Frank Triana (3g-1a), Chris Pitifer (1g), Zach Koczent (2g-1a), Sean Cunningham (2g), Sam Rollo (2g), Goaltending: Ross Dinan 9s/6ga = 60% (48 mins)

The book for Pal-Mac: Ben Reeves (2a), Mike DeMar (4g-1a), Dom Chapman (1g), Jeff Kier (1g), Mike Benedict (1a), Goaltending: Matt Carkner 15s/15ga = 50% (48 mins).

  --  Geneva scored four unanswered goals in the first quarter and three in the second, while holding Pal-Mac to four before the half on their way to a 15-6 win tonight at home.

Junior attackman Billy Eddington led the Panthers in scoring with 4g-1a and senior middie Frank Triana added 3g-1a while Ross Dinan recorded nine saves in the cage for Geneva (13-3).

Mike DeMar (4g-1a) led the offensive book for Pal-Mac (11-5). return