Friday: Three Games


Under sunny skies today, there were fourteen games played. Among the winners were Thomas over Churchville-Chili, Penn Yan over Brighton, Livonia over McQuaid Jesuit and Geneva over Pal-Mac. Gananda picked up their first every Varsity win with a 7-3 victory over Batavia. Also winning were Fairport, Penfield, Bath, Newark, Pittsford, Irondequoit, Mynderse, Waterloo and Corning, who beat Canandaigua 7-5.

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Thomas 10 - Churchville-Chili 7  

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     Record: 8-4
2 1 3 4 0 10
     Record: 10-2
2 2 1 2 0 7

The book for Thomas: Troy Crevier (1g-1a), Justin Bird (1a), Joe Stacy (1a), Jake Giudice (2g-2a), John Zawacki (2g-1a), John Hill (2g), JT Hauck (3g), Goaltending: Don Grace 12s/7ga = 63% (48 mins)

The book for Churchville-Chili: Ryan Yunker (1g), Taylor Kolmer (1g), Trevor Hodgins (1g-2a), Pat Bonafede (1g), Jeff Gurbacki (1g), Kevin Widzinski (1g), Nick Gray (1g-1a), Goaltending: Jack Corcoran 7s/10ga (48 mins).


 --  Webster Thomas defeated Churchville-Chili 10-7 this afternoon on the efforts of their goalie Don Grace. Grace was an unstoppable force not only between the pipes, but in the open field as well. He Churchville at Thomasfinished with 12 saves (63%) and a team leading six ground balls. The first three shots on cage were all point blank shots that Grace came out of nowhere to stop. In addition, Grace personally ran closest to the shot going out of bounds and cause turnovers on four different shots.

The stats don't show it, but Churchville-Chili seemed stronger in the opening half. The exceptional play by not only Grace but the entire starting defense kept the Saints from running away with the early game. Chris Siderakis, Chris Dalton, Doug Passero, Mark Vaccarrelli and Conor Smith all came together to form a cohesive defense for the Titans. The second half, particularly after the three minute mark in the third quarter, was the turning point for the Titan offense. Thomas scored five unanswered goals spanning the final three minutes of the third quarter and the opening time in the fourth quarter. Additionally, the Titans scored the final two goals of the game (including an empty netter during press defense) to keep the Saints from mounting a comeback. John Zawacki (2g-1a) and JT Hauck (3g) were instrumental in the offensive turn around.

Thomas scored the first on Hauck's first tally. All three of his goals were unassisted. Churchville-Chili had trouble getting goals past Grace early and both of their first two goals were scored during man-up situations. Pat Bonafede and Taylor Kolmer scored for the Saints (Nick Gray and Trevor Hodgins assisting). Thomas scored the final goal of the quarter to keep the game tied. Joe Stacy fed Troy Crevier for the goal. Crevier was waiting for the ball about 10 yards from the goal and fired, side-arm, into the top corner for the goal. The score was tied 2-2 after the first quarter.

In the second quarter, Thomas scored the first goal to take the lead once again. Jake Giudice scored after a feed from behind the cage from Crevier. With 4:18 the Titans were leading by one goal. Churchville-Chili added two more goals in the second quarter to take the one goal lead into halftime. Jeff Churchville at ThomasGurbacki scored during another unsettled situation. He picked up the loose ball floating around near the crease and finished into the back of the net. The final goal of the quarter was the first straight dodge by the Saints that resulted in a goal. Hodgins drove behind the net after a dead ball whistle and scored against Grace. Churchville-Chili led 4-3 after the first half.

Ryan Yunker scored his only goal of the game on a drive from behind the cage. A usually demonstrative Yunker was hampered by the impressive Titan defense. Churchville-Chili led by two going into the late third quarter before Thomas' offense started putting points on the board. John Hill scored the first goal after scooping up the loose ball on the crease. Two minutes later and Thomas scored on a fast-break. The play began with a one-on-one take by Dalton and a ground ball from Passero. The ball was cleared up the field and Giudice found Zawacki open for the goal. The momentum was starting to shift to the Titans with 1:05 remaining in the quarter. Zawacki scored again with 0:32 remaining with a side-arm shot in the upper corner (assisted by Justin Bird). At this point the Titans were psyched up and looking for blood. Thomas kept up the pressure. The third quarter ended with Thomas leading by one (6-5).

In the fourth quarter, Thomas continued their pressure. Hauck added the first goal of the quarter during a slow clear. He took his timeChurchville at Thomascoming over the midfield line and once he reached the restraining line, he drove straight to the crease and put it in the back of the net. The Titan bench erupted and there was a great deal of excitement coming from the reserves. Two minutes later and Hauck came in on an on-the-fly substation through midfield. He was immediately given the ball and he drove to the cage adding his third goal of the game. With 7:44 remaining the Titans were in firm control of the game both physically and psychologically. It was difficult to keep the Churchville-Chili players motivated but Coach Joe Aquilina tried to keep them up and as a result they made one more attempt at the game. The Saints added their first of two more goals on a drive from Nick Gray at 5:18 to bring the game within two goals. With 2:48 remaining in the game, they had another man-up situation and capitalized just after the penalty was released, but before Thomas could get settled. Kevin Widzinski scored on the crease with a feed from Hodgins. Widzinski's goal brought the game within one goal.

The Titans were still up and on the ensuing start Hauck won the face-off himself and passed the ball up to Giudice who crossed the crease to Hill for the goal in only 0:06. Hill's goal took nearly all the wind out of Churchville-Chili's sails and the Titans finished out the game. The final goal, scored by Giudice, was scored on an empty net as the Saints were pressing out to take the ball.

For Churchville-Chili, Jack Corcoran played the entire game and had seven saves. Defenseman Nick Bruno led the team wit6h six ground balls and defenseman Scott Shamp added another five. For Thomas, Crevier added four and Hauck added three to the tally.  return to top

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Gananda 7 - Batavia 3  

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     Record: 0-10
0 1 0 2 0 3
     Record: 1-9
3 0 1 3 0 7

The book for Batavia: Scott McAllister (1g-1a), Colin Cassidy (1g), Chad Luce (1g), Phil Boyd (1a), Goaltending: Dylan Buchholtz 5s/7ga (48 mins)

The book for Gananda: Zach Rink (6g), Ian Palmer (2a), Trevor Schraffenberger (2a), Anthony Lafica (1a), Joe Pickett (1a), Mark Power (1a), Collin Dotterer (1g) Goaltending: Steven Fisher 18s/3ga = 86% (48 mins).


 --   Updated Entering tonight's contest, one of the two teams was walking away with their first victory of the season. In the end it was a win for Gananda over Batavia 7-3. Gananda scored three goals in the opening quarter and led the entire game. Zach Rink led in scoring with 6 goals. Collin Dotterer added the final goal for the Blue Panthers. In the cage, Steven Fisher finished with 18 saves.

Scott McAllister was the offensive leader for Batavia with 1g-1a.  return to top


Fairport 8 - Spencerport 1  

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     Record: 10-2
1 0 3 4 0 8
     Record: 5-5
0 0 0 1 0 1

The book for Fairport: Jerry Warner (2a), Brian Martin (2g-1a), Stephen Danylyshyn (4g), Derek DeJoe (2g-1a), Andrew Hays (2a), Goaltending: Blaze Riorden 1s/0ga = 100% (10 mins), Kyle Bowerman 3s/1ga = 75% (38 mins)

The book for Spencerport: Zach Goodsell (1a), Matt Kaser (1g), Goaltending: Tyler Schweikert 14s/8ga = 64% (48 mins).


 --  Fairport was the 8-1 winner over Spencerport this afternoon. The game started out close before the Red Raiders scored 7 goals in the second half. The Rangers did not add their goal until the final quarter.

Fairport was led in scoring by Stephen Danylyshyn (3g). Brian Martin (2g-1a) and Derek DeJoe (3g-1a) also contributed. In the cage both Blaze Riorden and Kyle Bowerman saw time. Riorden finished with one save and Bowerman finished with three.

For Spencerport, Matt Kaser scored the lone goal with an assist from Zach Goodsell. In the cage, Tyler Schweikert played the entire game and recorded 14 saves.  return to top

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Pittsford 15 - Brockport 1  

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     Record: 11-0
5 5 4 1 0 15
     Record: 3-5
0 1 0 0 0 1

The book for Pittsford: James Burke (2g-1a), Matt Palmer (2g-1a), Albie DiPasquale (4g-1a), Kevin Sanna (1a), Steven Troup (1g), Jack Lauroesch (1g), Corey Parke (3g-1a), Alex Kober (1g), Matt Gold (2a), Tyler Aycock (1a), Stephen Quinzi (1g-1a), Goaltending: Conor Quinn 2s/1ga = 67% (36 mins), Cahal Moulton 0s/0ga (12 mins)

The book for Brockport: Nick Sutphen (1g), Benjamin Madafferi (1a), Goaltending: Paul Duthoy 4s/9ga (24 mins), Hunter DeLany 8s/6ga = 57% (24 mins).


Brockport at Pittsford --  Pittsford defeated Brockport 15-1 this afternoon at Nazareth College. The Panthers had eleven different players score and twenty-two different players make the stat book. Leading the charge in scoring were attackman Albie DiPasquale (4g-1a) and midfielder Corey Parke (3g-1a). Defenseman Kevin Sanna led in ground balls for Pittsford with eight.

twenty different Panthers had at least one ground ball. In the cage, Pittsford played two goalies with Conor Quinn and Cahal Moulton each seeing time. Quinn finished with two saves and Moulton did not face a shot on cage.

For Brockport, both Paul Duthoy and Hunter DeLany saw time between the pipes. Duthoy played the first half and recorded two saves and DeLany played the second half and recorded four saves.

The lone Blue Devil goal was scored by Nick Sutphen and assisted by Benjamin Modafarri.  return to top

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Penfield 16 - Ath/Ody 4  

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     Record: 10-3
8 6 1 1 0 16
     Record: 1-7
1 1 1 1 0 4

The book for Penfield: Mike Larkin (2g), Connor Russell (1g-1a), Dan O`Brien (1g-1a), Matt Condon (1g), Matt Springer (1g-2a), Jake Forken (1a), Alex Miles (7g), Garrett Hoyler (1a), Matt Bilak (1g-1a), Fred Crilly (2g), Goaltending: Nick Presicci 5s/2ga = 71% (24 mins), Keith Keehn 2s/2ga = 50% (24 mins)

The book for Ath/Ody: Eric Hostetter (2g), Gino Prestigiacomo (1g-2a), Keenan Mahoney (1g), Goaltending: Mike Zimmer 0s/1ga (4 mins), Ken Mohrman 2s/1ga = 67% (20 mins), Zack Rudgers 3s/14ga (24 mins).


 --  Penfield defeated Greece Athena/Odyssey 16-4. The Thunder scored one goal in each quarter. Scoring for the Thunder came from midfielders Eric Hostetter (2g) and Gino Prestigiacomo (1g-2a). In the cage, Greece played three goalies in Mike Zimmer, Ken Mohrman and Zach Rudgers. Zimmer played four minutes without recording a save, Mohrman finished with two saves and Rudgers finished with three saves.

For Penfield, senior attackman Alex Miles finished with 7 goals. Attackmen Mike Larkin (2g) and Matt Springer (1g-2a) also contributed. Penfield split goalies at the half with Keith Keehn starting the game and Nick Presicci playing the second half. Keehn finished with two saves and Presicci finished with five saves.  return to top

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Irondequoit 13 - Hilton 6  

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     Record: 7-3
     Record: 4-6

The book for Irondequoit: Matt Wolfe (2g), Emmy Poccia (2g), Max Kostyk (4g-1a), Nick Doktor (1g-4a), Connor Enright (1g-1a), Alex Torpey (1g), Briele Caples (1g), Ryan Utz (1g), Goaltending: Eric Fischer 2s/4ga (28 mins), Alex Shoemaker 3s/0ga = 100% (16 mins), Mac Romal 1s/2ga (4 mins)

The book for Hilton:


 --  We received very limited information about this game.  return to top

Hilton at Irondequoit


Penn Yan 10 - Brighton 2  

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 Penn Yan
     Record: 9-2
3 1 2 4 0 10
     Record: 8-3
0 1 0 1 0 2

The book for Penn Yan: Adam Stork (2g-1a), Dylan Yonts (5g-1a), Ryan Maciejewski (2g), Jeremy Bunn (2a), Rion Davison (1g), Goaltending: Brandon Maciejewski 8s/2ga = 80% (48 mins)

The book for Brighton: CJ Wool (1g), Kurt Minges (1a), Alex Lebowitz (1g), Goaltending: Jordan Carey 12s/10ga = 55% (48 mins).


 --  The Brighton Barons traveled south to Penn Yan this evening for a 6:00 match up at Mustang field. Both teams came into the contest with matching 8-2 records that included losses to common Brighton at PYopponent Fairport and wins against common opponent Penfield. The Baron offense came into the game averaging 12.5 goals per game while the Penn Yan defense came in allowing just 5 goals per outing.

Brighton's Max Brauer controlled the opening face off and the Barons set up their offense. With Brighton passing the ball around and the Mustang defense being patient, several minutes ran off the clock. With 6:01 remaining in the first, Penn Yan's Adam Stork took the ball at the top of the box, ran hard down the right alley, and fired a shot past Brighton goalie Jordan Carey. For the remainder of the first period, Penn Yan's offensive unit kept pressure on the Baron's defense with Carey making several nice saves only to see the ball come back his way on errant clearing passes. With 2:43 remaining, Ryan Maciejewski found Dylan Yonts sweeping from left to right in front of the crease and Penn Yan increased their lead to 2-0. Less than a minute later following an Anthony Luppino win at the "X", Ryan Maciejewski scored on a pass from Jeremy Bunn and the period ended with the Mustangs up 3-0.

Defense was the name of the game in the second period for both teams as they each team tallied just one goal each over the next twelve minutes. Penn Yan freshman goalie Brandon Maciejewski came up with four big saves in the period, many at close range. Carey turned away two Penn Yan shots on goal. At the 4:31 mark of the second, Penn Yan intercepted a clearing attempt and sophomore Ryan Maciejewski finish his 1-on-1 with the goalie. Brighton's CJ Wool took a pass from Kurt Minges with Brighton at PY2:38 remaining in the half to score. At the half, it was 4-1 Penn Yan.

The third quarter started with a PY face off win and just 25 seconds in, Dylan Yonts, running hard left, beat Carey and extended their lead to 5-1. The Mustang defense continue its aggressive play by knocking down a number of Baron pass attempts, lifting on the hands Brighton's shooters not allowing them to extend their arms for shots, and winning the ground ball battles in holding Brighton's offense scoreless in the third. The Mustang offense tallied two more third quarter goals pushing the lead to 7-1 by the end of the quarter.

The fourth quarter began with a Brighton win at the face-off but the swarming Mustang defense quickly put ball on the ground. PY pole Jimmy Burdette picked up the ground ball and ran the length of the field flipping a pass to Yonts who quickly found Jeremy Bunn on the left pipe for a fast break goal. Brighton scored the next goal when senior Alex Lebowitz ran hard down the right alley and scored unassisted at the 8:06 mark of the final period. Penn Yan closed out the scoring with two more goals, both scored by Yonts and the game ended with a 10-2 Penn Yan victory.  return to top


Livonia 5 - McQuaid Jesuit 3  

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     Record: 5-3
1 1 0 3 0 5
 McQuaid Jesuit
     Record: 3-7
2 0 0 1 0 3

The book for Livonia: Wyatt Struble (1a), Josh Wester (4g-1a), Tom Benedict (1a), Cody Cisco (1g-1a), Nick Feldman (1a), Goaltending: Ethan Jamison 8s/3ga = 73% (48 mins)

The book for McQuaid Jesuit: Connor Harrison (1a), Duncan Ayer (1g), Max Phelps (1g), Brian Nally (1g-1a), Goaltending: Pat Sheridan 10s/5ga = 67% (48 mins).


 --  Livonia came into today's contest against McQuaid Jesuit with three losses; one to each of the other GRALL teams (including one to McQuaid). They walked away the 5-3 victory making up for the 7-2 loss earlier in the season. Coach Brett Wood writes of the win, "Simply put this was our biggest win yet so far this year."

Livonia's Josh Wester was a key player in their win. Wester finished with 4g-1a, and had a hand in every goal for the Bulldogs. He scored the McQ at Livoniafirst goal with an assist from Wyatt Struble with 6:47 remaining in the opening quarter. McQuaid came back and scored two goals in the final two minutes of the quarter to take the lead after one. Brian Nally and Duncan Ayer scored for the Knights.

Livonia scored the next four unanswered goals and McQuaid Jesuit did not score again until 1:27 remained in the game. Cody Cisco made the tying goal (assisted by Wester) with 1:56 remaining in the second quarter to tie the score at halftime. Neither team scored in the third quarter as they game became a defensive battle.

In the fourth quarter, Livonia outscored McQuaid Jesuit 3-1. Wester scored at 9:01, 8:23 and 2:52 (with assists from Cisco, defenseman Tom Benedict and defenseman Nick Feldman). The final goal of the game was scored with 1:27 remaining by Max Phelps.

In the cage for the Bulldogs, Ethan Jamison finished with eight saves. For the Knights, Pat Sheridan finished with ten saves. Sheridan also led the ground ball count for McQuaid Jesuit with seven. Midfielder Clark Hadley added five to the count. For Livonia, midfielder Derek Bishopp led with five ground balls.  return to top

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Bath 19 - Bishop Kearney 1  

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 Bishop Kearney
     Record: 4-5
1 0 0 0 0 1
     Record: 7-1
9 6 2 2 0 19

The book for Bishop Kearney: Nate Kessler (1g), Goaltending: Kyle Miller 5s/9ga (12 mins), Nick Hickey 8s/10ga (36 mins)

The book for Bath: Kyle Harrison (2g), Drew Wager (5g-1a), Zach Reed (5g-4a), Brian Gable (1g-5a), Justin Gavette (1g), Matt Ross (2a), Nick Rossi (1g-5a), Tyler Hutcheson (1g), Matt Schlink (1g-1a), Jeff Chapman (1g), Trevor Lang (1g), Goaltending: Drew Wager 0s/0ga (6 mins), Nick Rossi 0s/0ga (6 mins), Adam Force 1s/0ga = 100% (12 mins), Andrew Clark 0s/1ga (24 mins).


 --  Bath defeated Bishop Kearney 19-1. The Kings scored in the first quarter with a goal from Nate Kessler. In the cage, Bishop Kearney split time between Nick Hickey and Kyle Miller. Hickey finished with eight saves and Miller finished with five. For Bath, Zach Reed finished with 5g-4a, Drew Wager finished with 5g-1a, Brian Gable finished with 1g-5a and Nick Rossi finished with 1g-5a.

Bath played four goalies during the contest. Attackman Wager and midfielder Rossi each played six minutes in the final quarter without facing a shot. Adam Force and Andrew Clark split time with Force recording the only save of the game for Bath.  return to top

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Mynderse 14 - Bloomfield-Honeoye 9  

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     Record: 2-7
4 3 1 1 0 9
     Record: 3-4
6 2 1 5 0 14

The book for Bloomfield-Honeoye: Luke Blain (3g-1a), Jered Maloney (4g-1a), Zach Hammond (2g), Allan Smith (1a), Jeff Kellerson (1a), Patrick Marble (1a), Goaltending: Aaron Stevens 12s/14ga (48 mins)

The book for Mynderse: Leroy Halftown (6g-2a), Brett Wood (1g-1a), Casey Irland (2g-1a), Danny Galusha (1g-1a), Chris Magill (1g), Sean Anderson (2g), Dalton Hathaway (1g), Aaron Peterman (2a), Goaltending: Tim Trickler 13s/9ga = 59% (48 mins).


 --   Mynderse scored four goals in the last five minutes to bust open a closely fought game against Bloomfield-Honeoye. The Blue Devils won 14-9. Junior Leroy Halftown was a defining factor finishing with 6g-2a. In the cage, Tim Trickler finished with 13 saves. For the Pride, Jered Maloney (4g-1a) and Luke Blain (3g-1a) scored. In the cage, Aaron Stevens finished with 12 saves.  return to top


Geneva 12 - Pal-Mac 8  

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     Record: 8-2
4 2 3 3 0 12
     Record: 6-3
1 5 0 2 0 8

The book for Geneva: Sean Cunningham (6g-4a), Billy Eddington (3g), Will Brennan (1g), Chris Pitifer (2g-1a), Goaltending: Derek Grillone 18s/8ga = 69% (48 mins)

The book for Pal-Mac: Ben Reeves (2g-1a), Mike DeMar (4g-1a), Stephen Morrell (1g-1a), Jeff Kier (1g-1a), Mike Marvin (1a), Goaltending: Jeff Kier 2s/1ga = 67% (4 mins), Matt Carkner 8s/11ga (44 mins).


 --   Geneva defeated Pal-Mac 12-8 this evening in the battle of the top two teams in the Finger Lakes. The Panthers were led in scoring by sophomore Sean Cunningham (6g-4a). Attackman Billy Eddington also added three goals for Geneva. In the cage, sophomore Derek Grillone finished with 18 saves for the Panthers. For Pal-Mac, senior Mike DeMar (4g-1a) and freshmen Ben Reeves (2g-1a) and Stephen Morrell (1g-1a) scored. In the cage both Matt Carkner and Jeff Kier saw time. Carkner finished with eight saves and Kier finished with two saves. return to top


Waterloo 10 - Marcus Whitman 9  

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     Record: 4-5
2 2 3 3 0 10
 Marcus Whitman
     Record: 3-5
2 4 2 1 0 9

The book for Waterloo: Cody Riegel (4g-1a), Zarrien Sloan (2g), Elliott Messmer (1g-2a), John Butlak (1g), Tim Wright (2a), Dominick Sindoni (1g), Charlie Eshenour (1g), Goaltending: Josh Bailey 12s/9ga = 57% (48 mins)

The book for Marcus Whitman: Karl Gray (1g-3a), Matt Hall (3g), Jeffrey Bero (1g-2a), Clay Wilson (2g-1a), Matt Hey (1g), Brendan Personale (1g), Goaltending: Merritt Bailey 14s/10ga = 58% (48 mins).


 --  Waterloo defeated Marcus Whitman with a goal by Charlie Eshenour with 0:55 remaining in regulation. The Indians won 10-9. Marcus Whitman had two late shots on the goal, but Josh Bailey came up with big saves to secure the win. The Wildcats were leading after the second and third quarters before Waterloo won the final quarter 3-1.

Senior Cody Riegel led in scoring for Waterloo with 4g-1a. Juniors Elliott Messmer (1g-2a) and Zarrien Sloan (2g) added to the scoring. In the cage, Bailey finished with 12 saves. For Whitman sophomore Karl Gray (1g-3a) and freshman Matt Hall (3g) led. In the cage, freshman Merritt Bailey finished with 14 saves.  return to top


Newark 6 - Midlakes 3  

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     Record: 4-5
1 1 3 1 0 6
     Record: 2-5
1 1 1 0 0 3

The book for Newark: Nate Gonzalez (1a), John Denniston (2g), Jack Timerson (1g-1a), Eli Ebanks (1g), Alan Caster (1g), Omar Jaohar (1g-1a), Goaltending: Dominic Camblin 8s/3ga = 73% (48 mins)

The book for Midlakes: Cory Gray (1a), Jordan Miller (1g), Ben Meath (1g), Lucas Maslyn (1g), Goaltending: Matt Brennessel 7s/6ga = 54% (48 mins).


 --   Newark defeated Midlakes 6-3 this afternoon. The Reds scored big in the third quarter outscoring the Screaming Eagles 3-1. John Denniston (2g), Jack Timerson (1g-1a) and Omar Jaohar (1g-1a) scored for Newark. In the cage, Dominic Camblin finished with eight saves. For Midlakes, Jordan Miller, Ben Meath and Lucas Maslyn each scored one goal. In the cage for the Screaming Eagles, Matt Brennessel finished with seven saves.  return to top


Corning 7 - Canandaigua 5  

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     Record: 6-6
1 3 0 1 0 5
     Record: 10-1
1 2 2 2 0 7

The book for Canandaigua: Dave Serron (2g), Matt Scharr (1a), Nic Wood (1a), Mark Greer (1g-1a), Evan Helming (1g), Connor Moore (1g), Goaltending: Corey Griffin 16s/7ga = 70% (48 mins)

The book for Corning: Kyle Clarkson (2g), Ryan Schwartz (2g-1a), Ben Dunlavey (1g), JM Tokar (1g-1a), Sean Reilly (1g), Dustin French (1a) and Joe Capper (1a). In the cage, Tyler White finished with 12 saves.


 --   Canandaigua lost to a combined Corning 7-5. Canandaigua led 4-3 at halftime, but the Hawks scored two unanswered goals in the third quarter to pull ahead. Canandaigua was led in scoring by Dave Serron with two goals. In the cage, Corey Griffin played the entire game and recorded 16 saves.  return to top