Thursday: Churchville over Schroeder in a Close One

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Of the "West-Side" team, the Saints of Churchville-Chili have been a team on the move, and made an early season statement with a 10-9 win over Webster Schroeder tonight at McAvoy park in Irondequoit. Senior midfielder Ryan Yunker led his team with 4g-1a as the Saints held on to the ball at the end of the game to secure the win. Also winning on Thursday were Eastridge, Fairport, Penfield, Thomas and Brighton.
  

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Churchville-Chili 10 - Schroeder 9  

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 Schroeder
     Record: 0-2
1 0 5 3 0 9
 Churchville-Chili
     Record: 1-0
1 4 4 1 0 10
 
 

The book for Schroeder: Parrish McKnight (1a), Tyler Mason (3g-2a), Kenny Nelson (4g), Dylan DiFante (2g), Goaltending: Eric Saltrelli 6s/10ga (48 mins)

The book for Churchville-Chili: Ryan Yunker (4g-1a), Taylor Kolmer (2g-2a), Trevor Hodgins (1g), Steven Rinck (1g), Pat Bonafede (1g-1a), Jeff Gurbacki (1g-1a), Goaltending: Jack Corcoran 8s/9ga (48 mins).

 

  -- special report  In the most exciting game of the night, if not the season so far, Churchville-Chili held off multiple late advances by Webster Schroeder to win 10-9. The Saints have faced Schroeder four times since their inception and with this win move to 2-2. Last season, they lost 8-6 and, this season, were looking for revenge. Churchville-Chili played a focused first half, but had some difficulty keeping it together in the second half. Conversely, Schroeder was disorganized in the first half and came out of halftime as a different team. All things considered, the game came down to the final 15 seconds of the third quarter when Bryant University bound senior attackman Ryan Yunker took the game from a one goal game to a three goal game nearly single-handedly.cc_schroeder

Churchville-Chili came out with the first goal. Yunker scored his first of 4g-1a with a drive from behind from a dead ball whistle. He was demonstrative throughout the entire game. He carried his team, scoring when necessary and holding the ball when needed. Schroeder tied the game at 1-1 when Dylan DiFante drove from the top of the restraining line and scored. Schroeder only had three players score goals (DiFante, Kenny Nelson and Tyler Mason). Churchville-Chili finished with six different players scoring goals. The first quarter ended tied.

In the second quarter, Churchville-Chili came out swinging, adding four unanswered goals. Pat Bonafede started when he drove towards the crease. Halfway into his drive, he fed the ball inside to Taylor Kolmer. Kolmer finished the game with 2g-2a and 12/17 (71%) at the face-off. Kolmer was key to keeping the ball in Churchville-Chili's hands. Freshman Trevor Hodgins scored his first goal of the season with a straight drive from the top of the box. Last year he finished with 13g-8a as a freshman year. The final two goals of the quarter were scored 0:41 apart. Yunker scored the first goal after an inside feed from Jeff Gurbacki. The second goal was scored by Gurbacki after a cross-crease pass from Yunker. The first half ended with Churchville-Chili leading 5-1 and apparently firmly in control of the game.

Schroeder came together during halftime and came out a greatly different team. In the first half, they took 15 shots with only 6 on cage and only 1 resulting goal. In the second half, Schroeder took 16 shots with 11 on cage and 8 resulting goals. The Warriors came back dedicated to a win and knowing that they could pull it off. If not for the spectacular play of Yunker, cc_schroederthe Warriors probably would have won.

Churchville-Chili scored from the opening face-off. Defenseman Nick Bruno, who spent a lot of time on the face-off wings, picked up the ground ball and found face-off man Kolmer up field. Kolmer dodged two defensemen and put the ball into the back of the net in only 0:15. At the time, it looked as though Churchville-Chili would continue their dominate play. However, on the ensuing face-off, Schroeder did nearly the same maneuver. Face-off man Parrish McKnight picked up his own ground ball and looked up field to Mason who finished into the back of the net. Two minutes later, Nelson picked up the loose ball on the crease and netted his first of four goals. He scored his second after a cross-crease pass from Mason with 6:07 remaining to bring the game within two. Churchville-Chili's Steven Rinck scored the next goal after Kolmer broke a Warrior clear and found him open near the crease. Mason came back with another goal after a dead ball drive from the sidelines to bring the game to within one goal with 1:18 remaining.

Even though Churchville-Chili led, Schroeder gained momentum and felt in control of the game. Yunker, knew what needed to be done. He took the ball down behind the cage and then came around the left side and through force of will, broke through multiple Schroeder defensemen to put the ball into the back of the net with 0:11 remaining in the quarter. The Saints were immediately re energized. On the following face-off, Kolmer won on a technical. He moved towards the goal, but looked to Yunker instead who added an exclamation point with another only goal 0:07 later. The result was devastating, erasing not all of the gains by Schroeder, but moving from a one goal game to a three goal game. The third quarter ended 9-6 for Churchville-Chili.cc_schroeder

Schroeder kept their heads in the game, believing that they could come back. The scored the next two goals to once again bring the game to within one goal. It took them six minutes to erase Yunker's 0:07. Mason and Nelson each added one goal. With 3:31 remaining, The Warriors were flagged for slashing and the Saints capitalized both on the time and the extra-man. After taking 0:45 off the clock, Bonafede scored (unassisted).

With 2:09 remaining, Churchville-Chili controlled the ball and called a time-out shortly after clearing the ball. They had to keep the ball in the box and control the ball in order to hold the two goal lead. The Saints moved the ball around and Schroeder began to pressure them. With 1:07 remaining a Saint forgot to keep it in the box and the ball was turned over. Schroeder took full advantage of the situation and after clearing, Nelson scored an unassisted goal to bring the game back within one.

Schroeder needed a face-off win and the day was not in their favor. As a team, Churchville-Chili was winning 74%. The final face-off fell with the statistics and Kolmer picked up his own ground ball. The Saints took the ball behind the net and looked to hold the ball once again. Schroeder kept up pressure but it was not enough. As if to tempt fate, with 0:13 remaining, Churchville-Chili made the same mistake as before and stepped outside the box. Schroeder has one more chance. The Warriors took the ball down field, but not in time to get a shot off. As time expired, the Saints ran onto the field in celebration and the Warriors fall to their knees, devastated over how close they were to winning.

In the cage, Eric Saltrelli finished with 6 saves for the Warriors and Jack Corcoran finished with 8 saves for the Saints. Joining Kolmer at face-off, were Nolan Jessop (3/4) and Bonafede (2/2). Leading in ground balls for Churchville-Chili were Bruno (8), Kolmer (7) and Rinck (4). For Schroeder, Nelson (6), Liam Wheatley (5), Mason (4), McKnight (4) and Saltrelli (4) added to the count.

Next up: Churchville-Chili travels to Arcadia on Tuesday and Webster Schroeder travels to Fairport, also on Tuesday.   return to top

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Eastridge 9 - Gananda 1  

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 Eastridge
     Record: 1-1
3 2 4 0 0 9
 Gananda
     Record: 0-1
1 0 0 0 0 1
 
 

The book for Eastridge: Ethan Printy (2g), Markus Lembcke (1g), Chris Giruzzi (1a), Mike Mortillaro (4g), Danny Ott (2g), Anthony Coffaro (1a), Goaltending: TJ Ennis 7s/1ga = 88% (36 mins), Odin Abril 1s/0ga = 100% (12 mins)

The book for Gananda: Zach Rink (1g), Josh Anken (1a), Goaltending: Steven Fisher 19s/9ga = 68% (48 mins).

 

  --  Fifteen years from now, when men are sitting around the table recounting the tales of their youth, someone will ask the trivia question, "Who scored the first varsity goal in Gananda history?" The answer will be, "sophomore attackman Zach Rink with an assist from sophomore middie Josh Eastridge-GanandaAnken."

They may forget the rest of the story; that Eastridge secured the first win of their season with a 9-1 win. The Lancers had scoring from six different athletes including senior attackman Mike Mortillaro who finished with 4g. Eastridge scored the first three goals which spanned the first quarter. Ethan Printy, Mortillaro and Danny Ott each scored one goal and Chris Giruzzi and Anthony Coffaro each added one assist.

In the second quarter, at 9:56, the Blue Panthers scored their goal. Mortillaro added two more unassisted goals for the Lancers to finish the first half with a 5-1 lead. In the third quarter Eastridge scored their final four goals with Markus Lembcke, Ott, Printy and Mortillaro each adding an unassisted goal.

In the cage, Eastridge split time between juniors TJ Ennis and Odin Abril. Ennis played the first three quarters and finished with 7 saves (88%) and Abril finished the game recording one save. For Gananda, Steven Fisher played the entire contest finishing with 19 saves. At the face-off, Printy finished at 100% for the Lancers (7/7). He also led in ground ball production with eight. Attackman Lembcke and midfielder Giruzzi each added four more ground balls. For Gananda, seven different players each recorded one ground ball.

Next up: Eastridge hosts Thomas and Gananda travels to Waterloo, both on Saturday.  return to top

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Fairport 14 - Gates Chili 1  

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 Fairport
     Record: 1-0
7 3 4 0 0 14
 Gates Chili
     Record: 0-1
1 0 0 0 0 1
 
 

The book for Fairport: Jerry Warner (1g), Brian Martin (1g-1a), James Manilla (3g-5a), Stephen Danylyshyn (4g-2a), Derek DeJoe (2g-1a), Kevin Vaughn (1g), Andrew Hays (2g-1a), Max Gerling (1a), Goaltending: Kyle Bowerman 2s/1ga = 67% (24 mins), Pete Gropp 1s/0ga = 100% (24 mins)

The book for Gates Chili: Grant Ferguson (1g), Brian Lane (1a) Goaltending: Brian Lane 22s/14ga = 61% (48 mins).

 

  --  Updated Fairport defeated Gates-Chili 14-1, moving into running time three minutes into the third quarter. The Red Raiders had eight different players make the scorebook. Leading the charge were Stephen Danylyshyn (4g-3a) and James Manilla (3g-3a). For Gates-Chili, the lone goal came, when senior goalie Brian Lane cleared the ball up the field and found his classmate, Grant Ferguson open for the goal.

Fairport finished with 10/14 goals assisted. In the cage, Kyle Bowerman and Pete Gropp split time at the half. Bowerman finished with 2 saves (67%), while Gropp did not face a shot on cage. For the Spartans, Lane finished with 22 saves (61%). Overall, Fairport took 59 shots (36 on cage). The most prolific shooter for the Red Raiders was senior midfielder Andrew Hays (10 shots, 5 on cage). return to top

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Thomas 17 - Ath/Ody 3  

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 Thomas
     Record: 1-0
10 2 3 2 0 17
 Ath/Ody
     Record: 0-1
0 0 0 3 0 3
 
 

The book for Thomas: Justin Dibernardo (1a), Don Grace (1a), Ben Morrill (1a), Troy Crevier (2g-1a), Jake Giudice (2g-2a), John Zawacki (3g-1a), Conor Smith (1g), Michael Kellman (1g), Kyle Rothfuss (4g), John Hill (2g), Nick Soures (1a), JT Hauck (1g-5a), Mickey Campisi (1g), Goaltending: Don Grace 2s/0ga = 100% (24 mins), Zack Mayer 0s/3ga (24 mins)

The book for Ath/Ody: Tyler Gorgione (1a), Gino Prestigiacomo (2g), Scotty Tam-Grimshaw (1g), Anthony Merola (1a), Goaltending: Zach Rudgers 17s/17ga = 50% (48 mins).

 

  --  special report Thomas defeated Greece Athena/Odyssey this afternoon, 17-3. The Titans took the score to 10-0 after the first, and began the third quarter in running time. The Thunder scored their last two goals in the final four minutes of the game. Thomas finished with 30 of 34 players on their roster with at least one statistic. Thomas_ThunderThe Titans had 24 different players with at least one ground ball and 16 players with at least one shot.

Thomas finished with 51 shots (34 on cage). Leading the offensive charge was sophomore Jake Giudice with 9 shots (6 on cage and 2 goals). Junior attackman John Zawacki and senior midfielder JT Hauck both finished with 8 shots. Zawacki recorded 7 on cage and 3 goals and Hauck recorded 3 on cage and 1 goal. Hauck also finished the game with team leading 5 assists and 9 ground balls. Zawacki (7), Justin Bird (5) and Troy Crevier (4) also added to the ground ball count. For the Thunder, Scotty Tam-Grimshaw finished with a team leading 8 ground balls. Defenseman Ryan Walsh (5), midfielder Tyler Gorgione (3) and Goalie Zach Rudgers (3) also contributed to the ground balls.

In the cage, Rudgers finished with 17 saves (50%) for Greece Ath/Ody. For Thomas, both Don Grace and Zack Mayer saw time between the pipes. Grace played the first half and finished with 2 saves. In addition, during a clear Grace cleared the ball up and assisted Giudice for a goal. Mayer finished the game but did not record a save.  return to top

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Penfield 11 - Hilton 4  

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 Penfield
     Record: 3-0
4 3 1 3 0 11
 Hilton
     Record: 0-1
1 0 2 1 0 4
 
 

The book for Penfield: Andrew Huntington (1a), Mike Larkin (1g), Dan O`Brien (2a), Dan Maring (2g-1a), Matt Condon (1g-1a), Matt Springer (1g-1a), Alex Miles (3g), Matt Bilak (3g-2a), Goaltending: Keith Keehn 13s/4ga = 76% (48 mins)

The book for Hilton: Derek Richards (1a), Kyle Youngman (1g-2a), David Smith (1g), Evan Pace (2g), Goaltending: Mitch Smith 10s/11ga (48 mins).

 

 --  Updated Penfield advanced to 3-0 with their win over Hilton 11-4. The Patriots' special teams continue to be a key to their victory with goalie Keith Keehn and face-off man Connor Russell both continuing to have strong performances. Keehn finished with 13 saves (77%) increasing his three game total to 30 saves (81%). Russell finished with another solid performance at the face-off, finishing 11/17. Of his six losses, four were due to technical fouls.

Hilton scored the first goal of the game when Kyle Youngman assisted Evan Pace during an extra-man opportunity. Pace finished with 2g and Youngman with 1g-2a. Penfield scored the next four goals. Dan Maring, Mike Larkin, Matt Condon and Alex Miles each added one goal for the Patriots. Matt Bilak assisted both Maring and Larkin's goals while Dan O'Brien assisted Miles during extra-man. Penfield led 4-1 after the first quarter. They added three more unanswered goals before the halftime break with Bilak, Matt Springer and Maring each scoring.

In the third quarter, Hilton outscored the Patriots 2-1. The Cadets scored the first goal, again during extra-man offense. Youngman scored, assisted by Derek Richards with 8:48 remaining in the quarter. Penfield's lone goal in the quarter was scored when Condon found Miles open in front of the cage. David Smith scored the final Hilton goal. Smith's goal was the only non-man-up goal for the Cadets.

In the fourth quarter, Evan Pace added his second goal with an assist from Youngman during another period of extra-man for the Cadets. Penfield added the final three goals of the game (two from Bilak and one from Miles). In the cage, Mitch Smith finished with 10 saves for Hilton.  return to top

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Brighton 13 - Brockport 5  

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 Brighton
     Record: 2-0
4 3 3 3 0 13
 Brockport
     Record: 0-2
0 2 0 3 0 5
 
 

The book for Brighton: CJ Wool (7g-1a), Kurt Minges (1g-5a), Steven Cregan (1g-1a), Brackett Bourne (2g), Casey Kopp (1a), Alex Lebowitz (1g), Justin Ryan (1g), Goaltending: Jordan Carey 9s/5ga = 64% (48 mins)

The book for Brockport: Paul Kysor (2g), Nick Sutphen (1g-1a), Geoff Catlin (1g), Bill Russell (1g), Jack Burns (2a), Goaltending: Paul Duthoy 14s/13ga = 52% (48 mins).

 

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