Tuesday: Newark in OT, Penn Yan over McQuaid

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Five games were canceled for today due, mostly to poor field conditions, but eleven games were played in the often bitter cold throughout the Section. Four teams were held to scoring in just a single quarter and in two games, losing teams were held to man up goals only. Among the winners, Penn Yan, Fairport, Canandaigua, Irondequoit, Churchville, East Rochester and Pal-Mac.
  

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Penn Yan 12 - McQuaid Jesuit 2  

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 McQuaid Jesuit
     Record: 0-2
0 2 0 0 0 2
 Penn Yan
     Record: 2-0
4 3 3 2 0 12
 
 

The book for McQuaid Jesuit: Brian Nally (1g), Clark Hadley (1g-1a), Goaltending: Brendan Caufield 0s/1ga (1 mins), Pat Sheridan 8s/11ga (47 mins)

The book for Penn Yan: Rion Davison (2g), JJ Voigt (1g), Anthony Luppino (1g), Bradley Voigt (6g-2a), Ryan Maciejewski (2g-1a), Dylan Yonts (2a), Goaltending: Brandon Maciejewski 5s/2ga = 71% (39 mins), Matt Spoor 3s/0ga = 100% (9 mins).

 

  --  Special report After their close win over Pal-Mac earlier in the week, Penn Yan came into their game this evening against McQuaid Jesuit looking to redeem themselves. The Mustangs soared to a 12-2 win and demonstrated loud and clear that they are just as strong as past seasons. Penn Yan held McQuaid to only two goals, both of which were scored during man-up offense.

In the goal, freshman Brandon Maciejewski played the majority of the game and finished with five saves (71%). He was relieved with 9 minutes remaining by Matt Spoor. Spoor added another three saves to the Mustangs tally and did not have a goal scored against him.

RefAlthough Maciejewski had a good game, the problem with McQuaid scoring came from their inability to hit the cage. In the first quarter, McQuaid took nine shots and only a shot by long-stick Jake Bailey hit the cage. Over all, McQuaid took 26 shots with only 10 on cage.

Penn Yan scored the first four goals, three by freshman Bradley Voigt and one by senior Anthony Luppino, spanning the entire first quarter. Voigt on the offense and Luppino on the defense had the two stand-out performances of the game. Offensively, Voigt finished with 6g-2a. He scored the first three goals of the game and contributed on five of the first six. His ability to find space and force the ball into the back of the net will be an asset for Penn Yan for years to come.

Luppino was demonstrative on the ride and at short-stick defense. He finished with five takes, including three during rides and a highly impressive one on one take against a clearing midfielder. Luppino also finished with a team leading six ground balls (defenseman James Burdette also had six). He was a key player in this game and will be a major factor all season for the Mustangs.

In the second quarter, the Knights started what appeared to be a come-back. The quarter began with a three minute non-releasable stick penalty against Penn Yan. The Knights only capitalized on the penalty once with Brian Nally scoring (assisted by Clark Hadley). As the quarter continued, Penn Yan kept finding themselves in the penalty box. They spent 4.5 minutes in the penalty box in the second quarter alone. Hadley scored again, this time unassisted with 4:25 remaining to bring the score to 4-2. The Knights appeared to be back in the game. However, the Mustangs had other plans. They added three more goals in the final two minutes of the half, including two in the final minute. Voigt scored two and assisted the third while Rion Davison scored the remaining goal. Davison scored after Voigt drove from behind the cage and the McQuaid slide left him open on the crease. The half ended with Penn Yan leading 7-2. Penn Yan added three more goals in the third and two more in the fourth.

For McQuaid Jesuit, Jake Bailey finished with a team leading six ground balls. Bailey was impressive both at close defense as well as on the face-off wing. Alex Paroda and Hadley both finished with five ground balls. The one area that the Knights excelled at was the face-off draw. Penn Yan could not stop the Knights from getting possession. Hadley took 15 face-offs and won 13 (4 by technical). Between the pipes, Pat Sheridan played nearly the entire game and finished with eight saves. Brendan Caufield played for one minute after Sheridan was called on a non-releasable "to the head" penalty.

Next up: The Knights host Livonia and Penn Yan travels to Carthage (Section III), both on Saturday.  return to top

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Canandaigua 13 - Eastridge 1  

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 Eastridge
     Record: 1-3
0 1 0 0 0 1
 Canandaigua
     Record: 2-1
1 4 5 3 0 13
 
 

The book for Eastridge: Mike Mortillaro (1g), Goaltending: TJ Ennis 19s/13ga = 59% (48 mins)

The book for Canandaigua: Taylor Spike (1g-1a), Matt Scharr (3g), Evan Helming (1g-2a), Dave Serron (3a), Dan LaCrosse (1g-1a), Nic Wood (2g), Mark Greer (2g-3a), Nick Como (2g), Connor Moore (1a), Goaltending: Corey Griffin 3s/1ga = 75% (28 mins), Michael Cuciti 1s/0ga = 100% (16 mins), Anthony Laudisi 1s/0ga = 100% (4 mins).

 

  --  Canandaigua took the game to running time in their 13-1 win over Eastridge. The Braves scored first with an unassisted goal by Matt Scharr. Scharr's goal was the only score of the first quarter. It wasn't until the second quarter that Canandaigua picked up the action.

The second quarter started with Eastridge scoring their lone goal, an unassisted goal by Mike Mortillaro. Canandaigua added four more in the second quarter, five more in third quarter and three more in the final quarter. The final goal of the game was scored by Dan LaCrosse and assisted by Dave Serron.

At the face-off, Nick Como finished 6/7 for the Braves and recorded eight ground balls. For Eastridge, Ethan Printy finished with a team leading five ground balls.

In the cage, Canandaigua played three goalies, Corey Griffin, Michael Cuciti and Anthony Laudisi. Griffin played the first 28 minutes and recorded three saves, Cuciti played the next 16 minutes with one recorded save and Laudisi finished the game with one save. For Eastridge, TJ Ennis finished with 19 saves.   return to top

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Pal-Mac 11 - Marcus Whitman 5  

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 Pal-Mac
     Record: 1-1
2 4 1 4 0 11
 Marcus Whitman
     Record: 0-1
3 1 0 1 0 5
 
 

The book for Pal-Mac: Ben Reeves (3g-2a), Mike Russell (2g-1a), Mike DeMar (1g-1a), Mike Marvin (1a), Jeff Kier (2g), David Ellsworth (2g), Kyle Ludwig (1g), Pat Russell (2a), Goaltending: Matt Carkner 5s/5ga = 50% (48 mins)

The book for Marcus Whitman: Matt Hall (3g), Clay Wilson (1g), Matt Hey (1g), Taylor Lazzaro (1a), Tyler Dancause (1a) Goaltending: Merritt Bailey 9s/11ga (48 mins).

 

  --  Special report  It was a cold day at Palmyra-Macedon High school as the Red Raiders hosted the Wildcats of Marcus Whitman in Finger Lakes play. Although the Wildcats led at the end of the first quarter and they were close at the half, Pal-Mac came back in the second half with four unanswered goals on their way to a 11-5 win.

pal-mac vs whitmanPal-Mac scored the first goal of the game at 8:27 when freshman attackman Ben Reeves scored the first of his 3g-2a on a drive from the left and a pass from senior middie Mike Russell. Marcus Whitman returned to tie the game less than a minute later with an unassisted goal by junior midfielder Clay Wilson who had a drive from out front before bouncing the ball past P-M goalie, Matt Carkner. One minute later Russell drove from the goalie's left for his unassisted goal , giving the Red Raiders the lead for a couple of minutes before Wildcat junior middie, Matt Hey tied the game on a feed from Taylor Lazzaro. With 1:43 left in the quarter, freshman attackman Matt Hall scored the go-ahead goal for Whitman on a clearing pattern and a pass from sophomore Tyler Dancause. The Wildcats led at the end of the first quarter 3-2.

After the break Pal-Mac came back to control the game, scoring the next four goals, the first two right from the face offs and in the first thirty seconds in the quarter. Senior attackman Mike DeMar received the ball from Mike Martin and scored the first goal at 11:49. Senior Middie Jeff Kier took the ball right from the face off and scored just thirteen seconds later. After five minutes of transition,junior middie David Ellsworth, on a clearing run, dodged his defender out front and took the ball to the cage at 6:29. Kier scored the fourth goal on a drive from behind the cage to give the Red Raiders a 6-3 advantage. Matt Hall scored a lone goal for Marcus Whitman on his drive from behind the goal with 1:45 left in the half, which ended with Pal-Mac ahead 6-4.pal-mac vs whitman

The Marcus Whitman defense was aggressive and focused in the first half of the game and seemed to pursue ground balls with a passion. They did not always get the ball, but they were tenacious when the ball was on the ground, and it was there quite often. The combination of very cold hands and the early season, made the game look more like field hockey during parts of the game. To the credit of both teams, however, there were always multiple players going after the loose balls.

The Red Raiders composed themselves during the abbreviated halftime break and took control of the second half, scoring five goals while allowing only one goal for the Wildcats, that occurring in the last two minutes of the game, when Hall scored an unassisted goal on a drive from the midfield.

Ben Reeves scored the single third quarter goal, at 2:08 on a wing feed from Mike DeMar as he cut to the goal. David Ellsworth scored on an outside-to-inside pass from Reeves. That goal was followed by a clear out for Reeves as he cut from behind the goal. Later, Mike Russell scored on a pass from Reeves and a tight cut from the goal line extended. Junior attackman Kyle Ludwig scored the last Red Raider goal (1:53) during a full field clear.

Pal-Mac senior goalie Matt Carkner ended the game with five saves and Marcus Whitman freshman goalie, Merritt Bailey, who made some nice pressured saves, ended the game with nine saves.

Next up: Pal-Mac hosts Geneva on Friday and Marcus Whitman travels to Livonia on Thursday.  return to top

 

Hilton 11 - Ath/Ody 5  

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 Ath/Ody
     Record: 0-2
0 1 3 1 0 5
 Hilton
     Record: 1-1
2 3 4 2 0 11
 
 

The book for Ath/Ody: Tyler Gorgione (1g), Scotty Tam-Grimshaw (2g), Gino Prestigiacomo (2g), Goaltending: Zack Rudgers 5s/11ga (46 mins), Ken Mohrman 0s/0ga (2 mins)

The book for Hilton: Dante Giordano (1g), Harald Juergens (1g), Joe Lavier (1a), Jake Montgomery (2g), Evan Pace (2g), Derek Richards (1a), David Smith (3g-1a), Matt Sorce (1g), Kyle Youngman (1g-4a) Goaltending: Mark Detroia 3s/1ga = 75% (8 mins), Mitch Smith 9s/4ga = 69% (40 mins).

 

  --  Hilton scored the first goal of the contest and never looked back in their 11-5 win over Greece Athena/Odyssey. The Cadets (1-1) were led in scoring by Alex Alvarado, a defenseman, who finished with 1g-4a. Midfielder David Smith finished with 3g-1a for Hilton. In the cage for the Cadets, Mitch Smith finished with nine saves and Mark Detroia finished with eight saves.

For the Thunder, Scotty Tam-Grimshaw and Gino Prestigiacomo both finished with two goals. Tyler Gorgione scored the fifth goal for Greece. In the cage, Zack Rudgers finished with five saves; while Ken Mohrman did not face a shot during his two minutes between the pipes.  return to top

 

Churchville-Chili 12 - Arc/Oly 2  

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 Arc/Oly
     Record: 1-2
0 0 2 0 0 2
 Churchville-Chili
     Record: 2-0
2 1 2 7 0 12
 
 

The book for Arc/Oly: Richard Fischer (2a), Bryan Collister (2g), Goaltending: Tyler Catalfano 20s/12ga = 63% (48 mins)

The book for Churchville-Chili: Ryan Yunker (3g), Taylor Kolmer (2g), Kevin O`Donnell (1g), Nolan Jessop (1g), Trevor Hodgins (1g), Pat Bonafede (1g-1a), Jeff Gurbacki (1g-1a), Kevin Widzinski (1g-1a), Nick Gray (1g-1a), Goaltending: Jack Corcoran 6s/2ga = 75% (48 mins).

 

  --  Churchville-Chili played a close game against Greece Arcadia/Olympia for the first three quarters before opening up and scoring seven unanswered goals in the fourth quarter resulting in a final score of 12-2. The Saints won the ground ball battle 61-24 and outshot the Lightning 46-12,

Churchville-Chili's Kevin Widzinski scored the opening goal unassisted with 7:31 remaining in the first quarter. Only 0:07 later, Jeff Gurbacki scored with an assist from face-off man Pat Bonafede. The first quarter ended with Churchville-Chili leading 2-0. In the second quarter, the Saints added the only goal, unassisted by Ryan Yunker.

Both of the goals scored by Greece were scored during man-up opportunities. Additionally, both were scored by Bryan Collister and assisted by Richard Fischer. Collister's first goal was scored less than one minute into the third quarter to bring the score to 3-1. Churchville-Chili's Yunker scored a man-up goal of his own with 4:29 remaining in the third quarter. Collister's second goal brought the game to 4-2 with 2:06 remaining in the third quarter. With 0:06 remaining, Churchville-Chili's Yunker added his third goal (assisted by Jeff Gurbacki) to end the quarter. Churchville-Chili led 5-2 after three quarters. In the fourth quarter, Nolan Jessop and Kevin O'Donnell each added the first varsity goals of their careers; both were unassisted. The game ended victoriously for the Saints, 12-2.

Leading the ground ball charge for the Saints were Yunker (7), Steven Rinck (7) and Taylor Kolmer (6). For Greece, Josh Opladen led his team with six ground balls. Robert Kitchen (3), Nick Capone (3). Dylan Frank (3) and Andy Chester (4) added ground balls for the Lightning.

Penalty time may have contributed to the tone of the game. Overall, the Saints spent 5 minutes in the penalty box and the Lightning spent 3.5 minutes in the box.  return to top

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Victor 17 - HFL 11  

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 Victor
     Record: 2-2
6 6 1 4 0 17
 HFL
     Record: 0-3
2 2 3 4 0 11
 
 

The book for Victor: Mitch Rupp (2g-3a), Connor Kimball (2g-2a), Max Hill (2g-1a), Dale Mattice (2g-1a), John Maloney (2g-1a), Andy Poitras (2g-1a), Roy Young (2g), Kyle Benwitz (2g), Trevor O`Shea (1g), Mike Capezzuto (1a), Goaltending: Steve Basile 7s/8ga (37 mins), John Phillips 5s/3ga = 63% (11 mins)

The book for HFL: Drew Tallon (4g-2a), James Spencer (2g), Connor Flaherty (1g-2a), Jason Boike (1g-1a), Peter Pluta (1g), Mitchell Kinney (2g), Goaltending: Nick Beniamino 6s/12ga (24 mins), Stephen Leonard 7s/5ga = 58% (24 mins).

 

  --  Victor outscored HF-L 12-4 in the first half on their way to a 17-11 win. The Cougars came back in the second half, outscoring the Blue Devils 7-5. At the most, Victor led 12-3 late in the second half. They had scoring from ten different players with seventeen different players recording at least one ground ball. Connor Kimball led Victor with nine ground balls. John Maloney and Dale Mattice each added eight more ground balls for the Blue Devils. In the cage, Victor's Steve Basile finished with seven saves and John Phillips finished with five saves.

HF-L had twelve different players with at least one stat and ten with at least one ground ball. Midfielder James Spencer finished with a team leading nine ground balls. Cassidy Kuhn (7), Keanan O'Brien (6), Mitchell Kinney (5) and Drew Tallon (5) also added to the Cougar's tally. In the cage, HFL played two goals that split halves. Nick Beniamino finished with six saves and Stephen Leonard finished with seven saves. . return to top

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East Rochester 14 - Batavia 3  

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 East Rochester
     Record: 1-1
3 4 1 6 0 14
 Batavia
     Record: 0-3
0 0 3 0 0 3
 
 

The book for East Rochester: Jordan Michele (4g-1a), Raymond Shalvoy (2g-2a), John Reiss (2g), Torin Hudson (2g), Jessee Walsh (1g), Clayton Vaughn (3g-1a), Goaltending: Liridon Dervisholli 5s/3ga = 63% (39 mins), Jonathan Caton 0s/0ga (9 mins)

The book for Batavia: Alex Cliff (1g), Chad Luce (1g), Phil Boyd (1a), Trevor Day (1g) Goaltending: James Gomez 6s/14ga (48 mins).

 

  -- East Rochester moves to 1-1 this season with a 14-3 win over Batavia. The Bombers held Batavia scoreless during three quarters (first, second and fourth). Batavia won the third quarter 3-1, scoring all their goals in 12 minutes. Jordan Michele (4g-1a) and Raymond Shalvoy (2g-2a) led the scoring for East Rochester. In the cage, Liridon Dervisholli and Jon Caton split time. Dervisholli finished with five save and Caton did not face a shot on cage.  return to top

 

Newark 6 - Waterloo 5 in Overtime  

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 Waterloo
     Record: 1-1
0 2 2 1 0 5
 Newark
     Record: 2-0
1 2 1 1 1 6
 
 

The book for Waterloo: Cody Riegel (2g), Joel Phillips-Pearson (1g), Elliott Messmer (1g-1a), John Butlak (1a), Zarrien Sloan (1g), Goaltending: Josh Bailey 9s/6ga = 60% (49 mins)

The book for Newark: Jeff Nowak (1g), John Denniston (1g), Eli Ebanks (1g), Jack Timerson (3g-1a), Goaltending: Dominic Camblin 8s/5ga = 62% (49 mins).

 

  --  Newark defeated Waterloo in overtime this afternoon 6-5. The Reds took the early lead (1-0) after the first quarter and held onto the lead for a majority of the game. Going into the fourth quarter, the score was tied 4-4. Early in the fourth quarter, Jack Timerson passed the ball to Jeff Nowak for the go ahead goal. Waterloo fought back, but did not tie the score until 0:04 remained in the game.

Newark's Landon Alvarado won the over time face-off and brought the ball down into Newark's offensive end. On their first possession of the game, Timerson scored the game winning goal for the Reds. In the cage for Waterloo, Josh Bailey finished with nine saves. For Newark, Dominic Camblin finished with eight saves.

Newark moves to 2-0 this season and will play Midlakes on Friday. Waterloo (1-1) hosts Marcus Whitman on Saturday.
Newark defeated Waterloo in overtime this afternoon 6-5. The Reds took the early lead (1-0) after the first quarter and held onto the lead for a majority of the game. Going into the fourth quarter, the score was tied 4-4. Early in the fourth quarter, Jack Timerson passed the ball to Jeff Nowak for the go ahead goal. Waterloo fought back, but did not tie the score until 0:04 remained in the game.

Newark's Landon Alvarado won the over time face-off and brought the ball down into Newark's offensive end. On their first possession of the game, Timerson scored the game winning goal for the Reds. In the cage for Waterloo, Josh Bailey finished with nine saves. For Newark, Dominic Camblin finished with eight saves.

Newark moves to 2-0 this season and will play Midlakes on Friday. Waterloo (1-1) hosts Marcus Whitman on Saturday.  return to top

 

Bishop Kearney 11 - Gananda 10  

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 Gananda
     Record: 0-3
0 0 0 0 0 10
 Bishop Kearney
     Record: 2-0
0 0 0 0 0 11
 
 

The book for Gananda: Zach O`Connor (3g-4a), Ian Palmer (2g-2a), Zach Rink (1g-2a), Trevor Schraffenberger (1g), Collin Dotterer (1g), Colin Brillian (1g), Goaltending: Steven Fisher 12s/11ga = 52% (48 mins)

The book for Bishop Kearney: Dylan Miller (2g-2a), Matt Armstrong (3a), Andrew Chadwick (5g-2a), Nate Kessler (3g-2a), Joe Costello (1a), Kyle Kuebler (1a), Zach Agliata (1g) Goaltending.

 

  --  Two different scores were reported in Bishop Kearney's win over Gananda. Bishop Kearney reported the win at 11-10; while Gananda reported the win at 10-9.

With the win, Bishop Kearney moves to 2-0 this season. Leading the charge for Bishop Kearney was Andrew Chadwick (5g-2a) and Matt Armstrong (3a).

For Gananda, Zach O'Connor (3g-4a) and Ian Palmer (2g-2a) led the charge. In the cage, Steven Fisher finished with 12 saves (52%) for Gananda.  return to top
  

Irondequoit 15 - Thomas 4  

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 Irondequoit
     Record: 3-0
          15
 Thomas
     Record: 2-1
          4
 
 

The book for Irondequoit: Jake Schmidt (3g-1a), Greg Coholan (2g), Nick Doktor (2g-1a), Briele Caples (2g), Emmy Poccia (3g), Max Kostyk (2g-2a), Mitch Morrill (1a), Connor Enright (1a), Joel Roemer (1g), Goaltending

The book for Thomas: Kyle Rothfuss (1g), JT Hauck (1g), Troy Crevier (1g), Justin Dibernardo (1g), Richard Nguyen (1a) Goaltending.

 

  --  Troy Crevier and JT Hauck led the ground ball effort for Thomas with seven each.  return to top

 

Fairport 18 - Schroeder 5  

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 Fairport
     Record: 3-0
3 7 7 1 0 18
 Schroeder
     Record: 0-3
1 2 2 0 0 5
 
 

The book for Fairport: Stephen Danylyshyn (4g-1a), James Manilla (3g-3a), Jerry Warner (1g), Brian Martin (1a), Derek DeJoe (3g), Andrew Hays (3g-1a), Andrew Brennan (1g-1a), Joe Arcarese (1a), Shane Stickle (2g), Griffin Eberhardt (2a), Kevin Bane (1g), Goaltending: Kyle Bowerman 5s/5ga = 50% (36 mins), Pete Gropp 2s/0ga = 100% (12 mins)

The book for Schroeder: Tyler Mason (1g), Liam Wheatley (1g), Kenny Nelson (2g), Dylan DiFante (1g), Goaltending: Eric Saltrelli 14s/17ga (36 mins), Nick Russo 0s/1ga (12 mins).

 

  --   updated  Fairport took a 3-1 lead in the first quarter and added seven more before the half on their way to an 18-5 win over Webster Schroeder. James Manila (3g-3a) and Stephen Danylyshyn (4g-1a) led the offense for the Red Raiders. Kenny Nelson has two goals for the Warriors.

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