Tuesday: Pittsford over Irondequoit

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Perhaps the most exciting game of the day was at Irondequoit tonight, where Pittsford kept their winning streak alive with a 13-11 win over the Eagles. The Panthers dominated the first three quarters of play but Irondequoit fought back in the third quarter with seven straight goals and held the lead for a brief time. There were fourteen other games in the Section today. Eastridge had an overtime win at HF-L. Aquinas edged out McQuaid Jesuit 7-6 and Churchville had a one goal win over Hilton. Penn Yan defeated Geneva 10-1. Other winners included Fairport, Thomas, Penfield, Brockport, Spencerport, Bath (over Livonia 15-7), Pal-Mac, Midlakes and Mynderse.
  

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Fairport 11 - Canandaigua 2  

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 Fairport
     Record: 5-0
2 2 6 1 0 11
 Canandaigua
     Record: 3-3
0 2 0 0 0 2
 
 

The book for Fairport: Stephen Danylyshyn (2g), Max Gerling (1g-1a), Jerry Warner (1g), Brian Martin (2g), Derek DeJoe (1g-2a), Andrew Hays (1g-1a), Kyle Bowerman (1a), Kevin Vaughn (1g), Jay Vakiener (2g), Kevin Bane (1a), Goaltending: Kyle Bowerman 7s/2ga = 78% (24 mins), Blaze Riorden 8s/0ga = 100% (24 mins)

The book for Canandaigua: Mark Greer (1g), Nic Wood (1g), Connor Moore (1a), Evan Helming (1a), Goaltending: Corey Griffin 15s/10ga = 60% (36 mins), Michael Cuciti 5s/1ga = 83% (12 mins).

 

  --  Special report  The Braves from Canandaigua came to Fairport's "Death Valley" today where the Red Raiders scored six unanswered ca at fptgoals in the third quarter and another in the last quarter on their way to an 11-2 victory.

The first quarter started off slowly with Fairport scoring two unanswered goals. The first, at 9:24 saw sophomore middie Max Gerling picking off a loose ball that had bounced off Canandaigua goalie, Corey Griffin's stick. With just under two minutes left in the first quarter, senior midfielder Jerry Warner scored on a drive from the left wing. The bounce shot to the goalie's left side gave the Red Raiders a 2-0 lead as the quarter ended.

Fairport made it 3-0 in the opening minutes of the second quarter when senior goalie, Kyle Bowerman cleared the ball to nearly midfield. He then unloaded a sharp long pass to sophomore middie Jay Vakiener who scored from a shot from front center. Thirty seconds later, at 8:13, Canandaigua saw their first goal on a crease cut from senior middie Mark Greer taking the ball from sophomore middie Connor Moore. Two minutes after that the Braves scored their final goal of the game when senior attackman Nic Wood took a feed from Even Helming and cut to the goal on the goalie's left. Fairport junior Derek DeJoe threw the ball from behind the net to Brian Martin with 4:10 left and the half ended with the Red Raiders up 4-2.

A significant number of normal starters, who were absent in the first half appeared in the third quarter and the Red Raiders scored six unanswered goals to finish up 10-2. Martin scored the first goal, shortly after the face off on a drive from behind the cage and after breaking free of his defenseman. At 9:24 Stephen Danylyshyn drove from behind the cage. His defenseman stripped one hand off his stick and Danylyshyn finished the play with a one-handed underhand shot while falling in front of the crease.ca at fpt

After taking nearly six minutes off the clock, Fairport scored two in a row starting at 3:28. Vakiener received a long pass from Max Gerling and scored on Griffin with a bounce shot to the lower left. Danylyshyn scored again seven seconds after the face off on a shot low to the ground. Andrew Hays picked off a CA clearing pass and took it right to the goal at 1:54 and at 1:18 DeJoe scored on a pass from Hays in man up. The quarter ended with Fairport up 10-2.

While both teams cleared the bench at some point in the last quarter, Fairport scored the only goal. Sophomore middie Kevin Vaughn scored from the top left with a bounced shot that got past Canandaigua sophomore goalie, Michael Cuciti. Cuciti played the last quarter for the Braves and made five saves.

Bowerman had the first half of the game in the Fairport nets, making seven saves (78%). Blaze Riorden took the second half and made eight saves for the Red Raiders who improve their record to 5-0.

Next up: On Thursday, Fairport hosts Brockport and on Friday, Canandaigua travels to Hamburg.  return to top

 

Pittsford 13 - Irondequoit 11  

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 Irondequoit
     Record: 3-1
1 1 8 1 0 11
 Pittsford
     Record: 5-0
5 3 1 4 0 13
 
 

The book for Irondequoit: Max Kostyk (1g), Emmy Poccia (4g), Briele Caples (2g), Nick Doktor (3g-2a), Matt Wolfe (1g), Goaltending: Eric Fischer 12s/13ga (48 mins)

The book for Pittsford: James Burke (5g-1a), Albie DiPasquale (1g), Kevin Sanna (1g), Jack Lauroesch (1g), Corey Parke (2g-1a), Steven Ricci (1g), Alex Kober (1g-1a), Matt Gold (1g-3a), Goaltending: Conor Quinn 4s/10ga (48 mins).

 

  --  It was another round for the Whipple brothers and this one went to Pittsford's Andrew Whipple as his Panthers defeated Craig Whipple's Eagles 13-11 at Irondequoit. andrew whipple

Pittsford dominated the first three quarters of play playing exceedingly well in the first half and final quarter. Irondequoit fought back in the third quarter with seven straight goals and held the lead for a brief time. With this win, the Panthers move to 5-0.

The Panthers came out early, scoring the first two goals of the contest. James Burke, who finished with 5g-1a, scored the opening goal four minutes into the game with an assist from Corey Parke. Parke finished with 2g-1a. Less than a minute later Steven Ricci scored with an assist from Matt Gold. Gold, in his first game back from an off-season injury, finished with 1g-3a. Irondequoit's opening goal was scored by Max Kostyk and assisted by Connor Enright. Pittsford added three more goals to finish out the quarter. The Panthers led 5-1 after the first quarter.

Pittsford kept up the pressure in the second quarter. Burke added two more goals in the first minute of play. The first was assisted by Gold and the second was unassisted. Kostyk scored his second goal (unassisted) with 7:28 remaining in the quarter. The final goal of the first half was Burke's fourth goal (unassisted). The Panthers held an 8-2 lead going into halftime.

The third quarter was a defining quarter for Irondequoit. The Eagles scored the first seven goals of the third quarter to move from down by six to leading by one. The turning point was their seventh goal which was scored by Nick Doktor. Pittsford called a time out during a clear and when play resumed, Doktor stripped the ball and scored on an open net with 3:46 remaining in the third quarter. Emmy Poccia scored the last of his three goals to tie the score for the first time at 8-8. The go-ahead goal for Irondequoit was scored by Matt Wolfe (assisted by Doktor). Irondequoit's lead was short craig whipplelived, however, as during the face-off, long-stick defenseman Kevin Sanna picked up the loose ball and scored to give the lead back to the Panthers. With 0:02 remaining, the Eagles' Briele Caples scored unassisted to take the lead 10-9.

Pittsford returned to form in the fourth quarter and retook control of the game. They scored the first goal of the quarter (to tie the game at 10-10) when Gold assisted Albie DiPasquale for his lone goal of the game. Burke's final goal in the game gave the Panthers the lead once again. With 9:37 remaining, Doktor scored his final goal to keep the score tied at 11-11. The game winning goal was scored by Parke with a drive from the top of restraining line. Pittsford won the ensuing face-off and scored again with Jack Lauroesch scoring (unassisted). The Panthers kept up their face-off wins and controlled the ball for nearly all the remaining time. Irondequoit had one last chance with the ball late, but could not get anything to materialize.

Burke, along with his scoring, was a key to Pittsford's success at the face-off draw. He finished 17/22 (77%) with six ground balls. Sanna, on the wing, also finished with six ground balls. Tyler Aycock finished with five ground balls and Nick Panara finished with four. In the cage, Conor Quinn finished with four saves for the Panthers. For Irondequoit, Eric Fischer finished with 12 saves for the Eagles. Poccia and Doktor led the ground ball count with four. Fischer, Loren Caples and Matt Wolfe each finished with three ground balls.  return to top

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Thomas 21 - Rush-Henrietta 11  

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 Thomas
     Record: 4-1
6 7 4 4 0 21
 Rush-Henrietta
     Record: 1-3
4 1 2 4 0 11
 
 

The book for Thomas: Troy Crevier (6g-2a), JT Hauck (4g-1a), John Zawacki (2g-1a), Kyle Rothfuss (1g-2a), Jake Giudice (1g-1a), Ben Morrill (2g), Justin Bird (1g), Richard Nguyen (1a), John Hill (1g-1a), Michael Kellman (2g-1a), Nick Soures (1g), Goaltending: Don Grace 13s/7ga = 65% (36 mins), Zack Mayer 1s/4ga (12 mins)

The book for Rush-Henrietta: Chauncey Scissum (2g-3a), Torry Whitcher (4g), Austin Freudenvoll (1g), Nick Binnert (1g-1a), Tyler Badger (1g), Kenny Pattridge (1g), Colin Guy (1g), Goaltending: Mark Wagner 6s/20ga (45 mins), Jeff Delaney 0s/1ga (3 mins).

 

  --  Webster Thomas defeated R-H this afternoon 21-11. The Titans finished with 11 different players making their scorebook. Leading the charge were junior Troy Crevier with 6g-2a and senior JT Hauck with 4g-1a. Sophomore Chauncey Scissum (2g-3a) and senior Torry Whitcher (4g) led for the Royal Comets.

In the cage, Webster Thomas played both Don Grace and Zack Mayer in the goal. Grace played three quarters and finished with 13 saves (65%) and Mayer finished the game with 1 save. For R-H, Mark Wagner played nearly
the entire game and recorded 6 saves. Jeff Delaney played the final three minutes, but did not record a save.

Next up: On Thursday, Thomas is hosting Hilton and Rush-Henrietta hosts Spencerport.   return to top

 

Penfield 15 - Schroeder 6  

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 Schroeder
     Record: 0-5
1 1 2 2 0 6
 Penfield
     Record: 5-1
4 4 5 2 0 15
 
 

The book for Schroeder: Nick Powell (2g), Tyler Mason (1g), Liam Wheatley (1g), Kenny Nelson (1g), Dylan DiFante (1g), Cody Henry (1a), Goaltending: Nick Russo 16s/15ga = 52% (48 mins)

The book for Penfield: Andrew Huntington (2g-1a), Mike Larkin (1g), Connor Russell (2g), Dan O`Brien (1g), Matt Condon (2g-2a), Jacob Aldrich (1g), Matt Springer (1g-2a), Alex Miles (2g-1a), Matt Bilak (3g-1a), Goaltending: Nick Presicci 1s/1ga = 50% (4 mins), Keith Keehn 8s/5ga = 62% (44 mins).

 

  --  Penfield briefly took the game to running time in their 15-6 win over Webster Schroeder. The Patriots had scoring from nine different players in their win. Leading the charge were Matt Bilak (3g-1a) and Matt Condon (2g-2a).

At the face-off, Connor Russell was back to winning. He finished 14/17 (82%). All three of his losses were on technical fouls. He finished with a team leading 13 ground balls. Dan Pulinski (5), Condon (4) and Matt Springer (4) also added to the team total 52 ground balls. For Schroeder, Parrish McKnight led with three ground balls. Nick Russo, Tom Moriarty, Liam Wheatley, Kenny Nelson, Nick Scarantino and Josh Reed each had two ground balls for the Warriors.

In the cage, Nick Russo finished with 16 saves (52%) for the Warriors. Penfield played two goalies in their win. Keith Keehn played the first 44 minutes and recorded 8 saves and Nick Presicci played the final four minutes and recorded one save.

Next up: Penfield host the Lightning on Thursday and Schroeder plays Hilton on Saturday (at McAvoy Park).  return to top

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Brockport 10 - Ath/Ody 6  

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 Brockport
     Record: 2-2
4 2 0 4 0 10
 Ath/Ody
     Record: 0-5
1 1 2 2 0 6
 
 

The book for Brockport: Nick Sutphen (4g-1a), Dominic Trento (3g), Bill Russell (2g), Jack Burns (1g), Cameron Witthun (1a), Goaltending: Paul Duthoy 12s/6ga = 67% (48 mins)

The book for Ath/Ody: Gino Prestigiacomo (2a), Anthony Merola (1a), Tyler Gorgione (3g), Scotty Tam-Grimshaw (2g), Nick Caracci (1g), Goaltending: Zack Rudgers 8s/10ga (48 mins).

 

  --  Brockport led 6-2 at halftime on their way to a 10-2 win over Greece Athena/Odyssey. The Blue Devils were led in scoring by Nick Sutphen (4g-1a) and Dominic Trento (3g). In the cage, Paul Duthoy finished with 12 saves.  return to top

 

Churchville-Chili 10 - Hilton 9  

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

The book for Churchville-Chili: Taylor Kolmer (2g), Nolan Jessop (1g), Trevor Hodgins (2g-3a), Pat Bonafede (2g-2a), Nick Bruno (1a), Jeff Gurbacki (1g), Kevin Widzinski (1g), Nick Gray (1g-1a), Goaltending: Jack Corcoran 8s/9ga (48 mins)

The book for Hilton: Dante Giordano (1a), Kyle Youngman (1g-1a), Jake Montgomery (2g), Shane Endres (1g-1a), David Smith (4g), Cory Endres (1a), Evan Pace (1g), Goaltending: Mitch Smith 12s/10ga = 55% (48 mins).

 

  --  Hilton controlled the first half before Churchville-Chili stepped up to take the 10-9 win in the final quarter. The Cadets were in control multiple times but the Saints could not be stopped and kept coming back.Hilton-CC

A stand-out performance came from senior Jacob Shepard. Shepard, usually a reserve attackman, was playing today after an injury to senior Ryan Yunker had him out of the game. Shepard, in the final three minutes, had a key take during a ride that resulted in the game winning goal for Churchville-Chili. Additional stand-out performances came from freshman Trevor Hodgins (2g-3a) and senior Taylor Kolmer who has 2g and won 11/21 at the face-off draw.

Hilton came out swinging with the first three goals of the game. David Smith, Shane Endres and Jake Montgomery each scored one goal for the Cadets. Dante Giordano and Kyle Youngman each had one assist in the opening quarter. With 7:30 remaining in the first , Hilton led 3-0. Churchville-Chili scored their first goal one minute later when Nick Gray assisted Jeff Gurbacki. Their second goal was scored during man-down situation. Pat Bonafede scored big to swing the momentum to the Saints. Hodgins scored his first goal during man-up with an assist from Bonafede. With 0:24 remaining in the first quarter, Hodgins scored his second goal to give the Saints their first lead. Churchville-Chili led 4-3 at the end of the first quarter.

Hilton came right back in the second quarter and attempted to put the Saints back behind them. Hilton scored the only three goals of the quarter with goals from Montgomery, Evan Pace and Smith. Cory Endres and Shane Endres each had one assist during the quarter. Hilton led 6-4 at the halftime break.

In the second half the scoring started to go back and forth. Churchville-Chili doubled up twice and scored the final goal, which was enough to erase their two goal deficit coming into the second half. Hilton-CCChurchville-Chili scored the first goal of the quarter with Gray scoring (assisted by Bonafede). Hilton kept their two goal lead after an unassisted goal from Youngman. The Saints scored the first of their double goals with scoring from Kolmer and Nolan Jessop. Jessop's goal tied the score at 7-7 with 4:27 remaining in the third quarter. Hilton scored the final goal of the quarter to hold an 8-7 lead after three.

In the last quarter, Churchville-Chili outscored the Cadets 3-1. The Saints scored their second set of goals with scoring by Kevin Widzinski (during man-up) and Bonafede. With 8:37 remaining the Saints held a one goal lead. Hilton's David Smith scored his fourth and final goal with 4:39 remaining to keep the score tied at 9-9. After Shepard's ride, Hodgins set up behind the cage looking to feed. He finally found what he was looking for with 2:49 remaining as he fed Kolmer for the game winning goal. Hilton had a number of chances in the final three minutes but goalie Jack Corcoran made three point blank saves to secure the win for Churchville-Chili.

Defenseman Nick Bruno finished with a team leading eight ground balls for Churchville-Chili. Nick Gray and Kolmer both added to the tally with four ground balls. In the cage, Corcoran finished with eight saves. For the Cadets Shane Endres and Harald Juergens led with four ground balls. David Smith added three ground balls. In the cage, Mitch Smith finished with 12 saves for the Cadets.

Next up: Churchville hosts Irondequoit and Hilton travels to Thomas on Thursday.  return to top

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Spencerport 17 - Gates Chili 7  

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 Spencerport
     Record: 2-1
0 5 6 6 0 17
 Gates Chili
     Record: 1-4
3 0 1 3 0 7
 
 

The book for Spencerport: Nick Ventrella (1g), Jeff Nitti (2g), Ben Tribunella (3g-2a), Seth Miller (2g-6a), James Marino (1g), Corey Sauers (2g), Matt Kaser (2g-3a), Dom Gruttadauria (2g), Marcus Palvino (2g-4a), Goaltending: Tyler Schweikert 2s/7ga (48 mins)

The book for Gates Chili: Matt Dakin (2g-3a), Grant Ferguson (3g-1a), Zack Campaniello (1a), Matt Martin (1g), Steve Hilsdorf (1g), Phil Ruf (1a), Goaltending: Brian Lane 13s/13ga = 50% (40 mins), Tyler Jacobson 0s/4ga (8 mins).

 

  --  Spencerport fought back from an early deficit to defeated Gates-Chili 17-7. At their most, the Rangers led by 11. Gates-Chili scored the first three goals of the game and held Spencerport scoreless in the first quarter.

Grant Ferguson had two goals in the opening quarter. He finished with 3g-1a. Matt Dakin added one goal and one assist in the first quarter. He finished with 2g-3a. Two of the goals in the opening quarter were scored during man-up. In the second quarter, Spencerport turned the game around and held the Spartans scoreless. However, the Rangers added five goals of their own to lead 5-3 going into halftime.

Gates-Chili added one goal in the third quarter by Dakin (assisted by Zack Campaniello). Overall, Spencerport scored 15 out of 16 straight goals spanning three quarters. Spencerport had nine different players make the scorebook. Leading the charge was midfielder Seth Miller with 2g-6a. Marcus Palvino (2g-4a), Ben Tribunella (3g-2a) and Matt Kaser (2g-3a) also added to the charge.

In the cage, Tyler Schweikert finished with 2 saves for the Rangers. For Gates-Chili, Brian Lane played the first 40 minutes and recorded 13 saves (50%). Tyler Jacobson played the remainder of the game, but did not record a save. At the face-off, Miller stepped up and finished at 67% for Spencerport. He also led in the ground ball count with four. For Gates-Chili, Alex Saavedra led with four ground balls.

Next up: The Rangers are at Rush-Henrietta and Gates Chili is at Pittsford on Thursday.  return to top

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Eastridge 10 - HFL 9 in Overtime  

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 HFL
     Record: 1-4
1 1 4 3 0 9
 Eastridge
     Record: 3-4
3 1 2 3 1 10
 
 

The book for HFL: Connor Flaherty (3g-1a), Jason Boike (3a), Peter Pluta (1a), Mitchell Kinney (4g), Ian Holtby (2g-3a), Goaltending: Nick Beniamino 7s/10ga (49 mins)

The book for Eastridge: Ethan Printy (6g), Markus Lembcke (1g), Chris Giruzzi (2a), Mike Mortillaro (2g), Danny Ott (1g), Anthony Coffaro (1a), Goaltending: TJ Ennis 19s/9ga = 68% (49 mins).

 

  --  Markus Lembcke scored his lone goal of the game when it mattered. With 3:00 remaining in the first overtime period, he scored an unassisted goal to give Eastridge a 10-9 win over HF-L. Ethan Printy finished with 6g for the Lancers. In the cage, TJ Ennis had an excellent performance and finished with 19 saves (68%).

HF-L scored the opening goal of the game when Jason Boike sent the ball to Connor Flaherty. Flaherty finished with 3g-1a and Boike finished with 3a for the Cougars. Eastridge fought back and added three goals before the finish of the quarter. Mike Mortillaro (2g) scored the first goal unassisted with 3:41 remaining. At 1:43 and 1:15 Printy added his first two goals (the first unassisted and the second assisted by Anthony Coffaro). The latter was scoring during man-up. Eastridge led 3-1 after the first quarter.

Each team added a single goal in the second quarter. Mortillaro (assisted by Chris Giruzzi) scored for Eastridge and Mitchell Kinney (assisted by Ian Holtby) scored for HF-L. Eastridge continued to lead 4-2 at halftime.

In the third quarter, HF-L improved up their game. The Cougars scored three straight to take the lead. Holtby scored two and Flaherty added the third. Eastridge's Printy added his third to keep the game tied at 5-5 at 3:49. One minute later HF-L was back in the lead with a goal from Kinney (assisted by Flaherty). The final goal of the quarter was scored by Danny Ott (unassisted) tying the game at 6-6 going into the final quarter.

Each team added three goals to keep the score tied in the last quarter. All three goals for Eastridge were scored by Printy. He scored the first to give the Lancers their first lead of the quarter. Kinney added two goals (back-to-back) to give the lead back to the Cougars. With 6:05 remaining, Printy scored his second and they tied the game again. Holtby assisted Flaherty for the final Cougar goal in man up with 3:48 remaining in regulation. Giruzzi assisted Printy with 2:49 remaining to send the game into overtime.

In overtime, Jared Cordon won the face-off for the Cougars. HF-L took the ball down to their offensive end. Midfielder Peter Pluto took a shot that was saved by Ennis. Ennis and his defense cleared the ball up the field and Lembcke put the ball into the back of the net for the win. For HF-L, Nick Beniamino finished with 7 saves.

Next up: HF-L plays tomorrow, hosting Gananda. Eastridge travels to East Rochester on Thursday.  return to top

fullstatsFor a more complete look see the HFL statistics or the Eastridge statistics.

 

Penn Yan 11 - Geneva 1  

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 Penn Yan
     Record: 3-1
1 4 3 3 0 11
 Geneva
     Record: 1-1
1 0 0 0 0 1
 
 

The book for Penn Yan: Rion Davison (1g), JJ Voigt (3g-1a), Anthony Luppino (1a), Colby Treat (1a), Bradley Voigt (4g-2a), Ryan Maciejewski (1g-2a), Dylan Yonts (2g-1a), Goaltending: Brandon Maciejewski 5s/1ga = 83% (36 mins), Matt Spoor 0s/0ga (12 mins)

The book for Geneva: Will Brennan (1g), Goaltending: Derek Grillone 8s/11ga (48 mins).

 

  --  Last season when Coach Brian Hobart decided that the Mustangs were leaving the Finger Lakes League to go independent it was to seek out competitive lacrosse. One Finger Lakes team that Coach Hobart wanted to keep on the schedule was Geneva as, over the years, a great rivalry has evolved between these two teams located just seventeen miles away from each other. Tonight, at Mustang Field that rivalry was renewed as the 1-0 Panthers took the field against the 2-1 Mustangs. The game opened with Geneva's Nate Chilbert winning the opening face off and the Panthers on offense who quickly turned it over when Anthony Luppino recorded a take and the action shifted directions. Both teams put the ball on the ground several times over the first five minutes of play as the action was fast and somewhat furious in the middle of the field. That changed at the 7:00 minute mark when junior Colby Treat dumped a pass off to freshman Bradley Voigt out in front of Geneva goalie Derek Grillone. Voigt buried the shot for his tenth goal of the season. For the remainder of the first quarter play was at a hectic pace up and down the field with both teams possessing the ball but never really threatening the goal. The first period ended with Penn Yan leading 1-0.geneva at penn yan

As the second period got underway, the unsettled play continued and until at the 10:12 mark Penn Yan was flagged for a cross check and Geneva was on man up for one minute. The Mustang defense was able to stave off the Panther's extra man but as the teams came to even strength, Geneva's Will Brennan picked up the ball in front of Mustang goalie Brandon Maciejewski and fired a shot that beat the freshman net minder with 8:52 showing on the clock. This proved to be Geneva's only goal of the contest as the Penn Yan defense smothered their offense kept them from scoring over the next twenty-seven minutes of the game. With the score tied at 1-1, JJ Voigt picked up a loose ball in front of Grillone and fired it high into the back of the net with 5:23 left in the half. Twenty four seconds later Bradley Voigt scored his second of the game on a feed from Dylan Yonts and PY jumped out to a 3-1 lead . With 1:07 showing in the half, Penn Yan extended their lead to 4-1 on arguably the most entertaining goal of the game when Yonts hung in the air and scored on a twenty yard cross field feed from sophomore Ryan Maciejewski as the crowd applauded the efforts of both players. The Penn Yan run continued with a goal just nine seconds later when Luppino won the face off, ran to the goal, and dished off to Ryan Maciejewski who finished and gave the Mustangs a 5-1 lead.

Geneva had a great opportunity to score just before the half but Sean Cunningham's shot found the pipe and Will Brennan's rebound shot was saved by Brandon Maciejewski as the horn sounded to end the second.

Geneva started the second half of play by winning the face off and possessing the ball for more than five minutes, including a one minute extra man period but came away frustrated by the Mustang defense who recorded a total of seven takes in the game. Penn Yan pushed the lead to 6-1 at the 3:35 mark of the third when Maciejewski recorded another assist after he beat his defenseman, and stick faked Grillone. He then popped the ball to Bradley Voigt who was waiting opposite post to score his third goal of the game. The orange and blue added two more goals to round out the third as Rion Davison recorded his sixth of the season and JJ Voigt fired a hard bouncer into the back of the net for his second of the game.

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The fourth quarter began with Penn Yan man down on an illegal pocket and Geneva started with ball. The defensive middies and poles continued their strong play and Geneva was not able to get a shot on goal. Matt Spoor, took over in the Mustang goal for Maciejewski and played the fourth but did not see a shot. Yonts and JJ Voigt added the ninth and tenth goals respectively early in the final quarter and the Mustangs ran the clock the rest of the way. The win takes Penn Yan to 3-1 while the Panthers even their record at 1-1.

Brandon Maciejewski played 36 minutes in the cage and recorded 5 saves with 1 goal against (83%) and Matt Spoor played 12 minutes and did not face a shot. Derek Grillone made 7 saves with 10 goals against for Geneva. Face offs were even at 7 each with Anthony Luppino (5) and Brandon Grace (2) winning for the Mustangs and Nate Chilbert (7) winning for Geneva. JJ Voigt, Anthony Luppino, and Bradley Voigt each scooped up 4 ground balls for Penn Yan.

Next up: On Tuesday Penn Yan is at Bath and Geneva is at Midlakes.  return to top

 

Aquinas 7 - McQuaid Jesuit 6  

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 McQuaid Jesuit
     Record: 1-3
0 3 3 0 0 6
 Aquinas
     Record: 3-2
1 3 1 2 0 7
 
 

The book for McQuaid Jesuit: Jake Bailey (1g), Ian Horning (1a), Duncan Ayer (1g), Ryan Williams (2g-1a), Alex Paroda (1g), Brian Nally (1g), Goaltending: Pat Sheridan 8s/7ga = 53% (48 mins)

The book for Aquinas: Klay Heston (2g), Pete DiLaura (1g-1a), Nick Weston (1g-1a), Alex Bianchi (2g), Jake Vogl (1g-1a), Andrew Oberst (1a), Goaltending: Erich Wischmeyer 5s/6ga (48 mins).

 

  --  Aquinas held McQuaid Jesuit scoreless in both the first and fourth quarters to help secure a 7-6 win. The Knights scored their six tallies in two sets of three unanswered goals spanning 1:36 in the second quarter 8:35 in the third quarter.

Aquinas scored the only goal in the first quarter when Jake Vogl assisted Klay Heston with 5:49 remaining. McQuaid came out strong in the early portion of the second quarter. Defenseman Jake Bailey scored the first goal for the Knights. Ryan Williams and Duncan Ayer scored the other two goals (both unassisted). McQuaid held the 3-1 lead with 8:43 remaining in the second quarter. Aquinas scored three goals for their side before the end of the half. Alex Bianchi, Nick Weston and Pete DiLaura each scored. Bianchi's goal was assisted by DiLaura. The first half ended with Aquinas holding a 4-3 lead.

In the third quarter, McQuaid Jesuit scored the first three goals of the quarter for the second time. Brian Nally, Alex Paroda and Williams each added one goal. Paroda's goal was assisted by Williams and Williams' goal was assisted by Ian Horning. With 2:37 remaining in the third quarter the Knights led 6-4. That was the final goal for McQuaid as the Little Irish defense held them scoreless for the last 14 minutes. Aquinas scored one more goal before the third quarter expired. Bianchi added his second goal (assisted by Andrew Oberst) with 1:22 remaining. McQuaid led 6-5 after three quarters.

Aquinas scored the tying goal with 7:01 remaining in the game with an unassisted goal from Heston. With 3:08 remaining, Vogl scored (assisted by Weston). In the fourth quarter, Aquinas took six shots but only had one on cage.

In the cage for Aquinas, Erich Wischmeyer finished with five saves. For McQuaid Jesuit, Pat Sheridan finished with eight saves (53%). Clark Hadley finished at 73% for the Knights at the face-off draw (11/15). He also led in ground balls with six. Sheridan finished with five saves for McQuaid. For Aquinas, Wischmeyer finished with a team leading four goals and DiLaura had three.

Next up: McQuaid Jesuit hosts Erie Cathedral Prep on Friday night and Aquinas hosts Irondequoit on Saturday.  return to top

fullstatsFor a more complete look check out the full statistics.

 

Bath 15 - Livonia 7  

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Tot
 Livonia
     Record: 2-3
2 2 3 0 0 7
 Bath
     Record: 2-0
2 7 4 2 0 15
 
 

The book for Livonia: Alex Chiara (2g), Wyatt Struble (1g), Josh Wester (3g), Kenny Lane (1a), Cody Cisco (1g-1a), Goaltending: Ethan Jamison 11s/15ga (48 mins)

The book for Bath: Kyle Harrison (3g), Drew Wager (1g-2a), Zach Reed (5g-3a), Brian Gable (3g-2a), Nick Rossi (1g), Jeff Chapman (1g), Trevor Lang (1g), Goaltending: Andrew Clark 11s/7ga = 61% (48 mins).

 

  --  Bath easily defeated the Livonia Bulldogs 15-7. The game was close for the first quarter but Bath vs Livoniathe Rams scored seven goals before the halftime break and held the Bulldogs to two. The game was plagued by penalties with Livonia receiving 14 and Bath receiving 11. Included in that tally were seven illegal crosses found during the standard officials stick checks. Although the game had many penalties, there were no unsportsmanlike or retaliatory penalties by either team.

The game was back and forth until 11:07 in the second quarter. Bath's Zach Reed (5g-3a) scored to tie the score at 3-3 and then the Rams scored the next four goals to take a 7-3 lead with 5:37 remaining in the quarter. Livonia's Alex Chiara added one before Bath added five of the next six goals spanning two quarters.

Livonia's Jake Fox led in the ground ball tally with 11. Chiara and goalie Ethan Jamison each finished with three ground balls. For Bath, defenseman Trevor Lang led with nine ground balls. Reed (6) and Nick Rossi (5) also contributed for the Rams. In the cage, Andrew Clark finished with 11 saves (61%) for the Rams. Jamison finished with 10 saves (40%) for the Bulldogs.

Next up: Penn Yan is at Bath on Thursday and Livonia takes the rest of the week off.   return to top

fullstatsFor a more complete look see the Bath statistics. or the Livonia statistics.

 

Mynderse 12 - Newark 6  

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Tot
 Mynderse
     Record: 2-1
2 4 3 3 0 12
 Newark
     Record: 3-2
2 2 1 1 0 6
 
 

The book for Mynderse: Mike Clark (3g), Brett Wood (2g-1a), Sean Anderson (2g), Aaron Peterman (1g-3a), Leroy Halftown (2g-1a), Danny Galusha (2g-1a), Casey Irland (1a), Goaltending: Tim Trickler 11s/6ga = 65% (48 mins)

The book for Newark: Jeff Nowak (2g), John Denniston (1a), Jack Timerson (1g-1a), Eli Ebanks (2g), Anthony Manthorne (1g), Goaltending: Dominic Camblin 11s/12ga (48 mins).

 

  --  After being tied at the close of the first quarter (2-2), Mynderse stepped up their offense and defeated Newark 12-6 after playing 3-1 in the both the third and fourth quarters. The Blue Devils had seven different players make their scorebook and were led in scoring by sophomore Aaron Peterman (1g-3a). Senior Mike Clark finished with 3g. For Newark, seniors Jeff Nowak and Eli Ebanks both finished with 2g.

In the cage, sophomore Tim Trickler finished with 11 saves (65%) for Mynderse. For the Reds, Dominic Camblin also finished with 11 saves.

Next up: On Thursday, Mynderse hosts Pal-Mac and Newark hosts Marcus Whitman.   return to top

 

 

Medina 15 - Bishop Kearney 6  

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Tot
 Bishop Kearney
     Record: 3-1
          6
 Medina
     Record: unavailable
          15
 
 

The book for Bishop Kearney:

The book for Medina:

 

  --   There were no reports from Bishop Kearney tonight.  return to top

 

Pal-Mac 17 - Bloomfield-Honeoye 1  

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Tot
 Pal-Mac
     Record: 3-1
6 5 3 3 0 17
 Bloomfield-Honeoye
     Record: 1-4
0 1 0 0 0 1
 
 

The book for Pal-Mac: Ben Reeves (2g-3a), Mike DeMar (4g-1a), Mike Russell (2g-4a), Mike Marvin (1g), Stephen Morrell (1g), Sean Nolan (1g), Jeff Kier (1g-1a), David Ellsworth (1g), Pat Russell (1g), Kyle Ludwig (2g-1a), Nick Nisbet (1g), Goaltending: Matt Carkner 4s/1ga = 80% (48 mins)

The book for Bloomfield-Honeoye: Luke Blain (1g), Jered Maloney (1a), Goaltending: Aaron Stevens 14s/17ga (48 mins).

 

  --  Pal-Mac defeated Bloomfield-Honeoye 17-1. The Red Raiders were led in scoring by Mike Russell (2g-4a), Mike DeMar (4g-1a) and freshman (2g-3a).   return to top

 

 

Midlakes 12 - Waterloo 8  

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Tot
 Midlakes
     Record: 2-1
2 4 2 4 0 12
 Waterloo
     Record: 2-2
2 0 4 2 0 8
 
 

The book for Midlakes: Cory Gray (7g), Lucas Maslyn (1g-1a), Cody Wilkes (2a), Sean Peck (1g-2a), Brandon Sauve (2g), Jordan Miller (1g), Goaltending: Matt Brennessel 10s/8ga = 56% (48 mins)

The book for Waterloo: Elliott Messmer (2g-1a), Joel Phillips-Pearson (3g), Cody Riegel (3g-2a) Goaltending: Josh Bailey 7s/12ga (48 mins).

 

  --  Midlakes led 6-2 at halftime on their way to a 12-8 win over Waterloo. The Screaming Eagles were led in scoring by Cory Gray (7g). In the cage, Matt Brennessel finished with 10 saves.   return to top

 

 

 



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