Tuesday: Spencerport in OT and Gates Chili by One

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Eleven games were played on Tuesday Spencerport and Hilt played to a tie nine times before Ben Tribunella scored on an assist by Seth Miller to give the Rangers a 12-11 victory. Gates Chili beat the Greece Lightning 5-4 is a close game. Brockport beat the Thunder by two and the rest of the games were by large scores.

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Aquinas 11 - HFL 8  

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 HFL
     Record: 0-3
2 1 2 3 0 8
 Aquinas
     Record: 4-0
2 3 5 1 0 11
 
 

The book for HFL: Drew Tallon (2g-2a), Chandler Clarke (2g), Jason Boike (2g-1a), Ian Holtby (1g), Nick Weston (1g-3a), Goaltending: Nick Beniamino 8s/11ga (48 mins)

The book for Aquinas: Pete DiLaura (3g), Alex Bianchi (2g-1a), Jake Vogl (3g-1a), Joe Snook (1g-1a), Billy Lombardi (2g), Goaltending: Erich Wischmeyer 11s/7ga = 61% (47 mins), Andrew Kausch 0s/1ga (1 mins).

 

  --  For the second time in three games, HF-L attempted a late comeback but was stopped. Aquinas came out the victor 11-8 over the Cougars. Much like the Penfield game earlier in the season, Aquinas took an early lead before HF-L fought back in the fourth quarter.

Aquinas scored the first two goals of the game with Pete DiLaura and Jake Vogl each adding one goal. DiLaura was assisted by Vogl. HF-L came back with two of their own before the end of the opening Aquinas at HFLquarter. Nick Weston scored unassisted and then four minutes later assisted Jason Boike. Weston finished with 1g-3a for the Cougars. The score was tied 2-2 at the end of the first quarter.

HF-L took their only lead of the game after scoring the opening goal of the second quarter. Chandler Clarke scored, assisted by Drew Tallon, only 0:19 into the quarter. Aquinas scored the next eight goals unanswered. They held the Cougars scoreless for 23:16 spanning the second and nearly all the third quarter. Aquinas had scoring from five different players in their eight goal stretch. DiLaura and Vogl each added two goals. Alex Bianchi (2g), Billy Lombardi and Joe Snook rounded out the scoring. It was with 0:25 remaining in the third quarter that HF-L finally got back on the scoreboard. Tallon scored, with an assist from Weston. With time expiring, HF-L added another goal with Boike assisting Clarke. Aquinas led 10-5 going into the final quarter.

HF-L added another two goals at 9:03 and 6:44. Tallon scored the first during a man-up situation and then assisted the second to Boike. Off the next face-off, Lombardi picked up his own ground ball and took it to the cage for Aquinas' final goal. HF-L got one more goal in the final minute with Weston assisting Ian Holtby, during another extra-man opportunity. Although HF-L fought back in the final quarter, the eight goal run by Aquinas was too much to overcome.

The game finished with 15 penalties (including three penalties for illegal sticks). Both teams finished with two extra-man goals and Aquinas scored one goal 5-on-5. At the face-off draw, Aquinas finished at 62%. Lombardi was 11/18 and finished with six ground balls. Vogl and defenseman Marc Pettrone led in ground balls for the Little Irish with nine each. For HF-L, defenseman Keanan O'Brien led with eight and defenseman Cassidy Kuhn finished with seven.

In the cage for Aquinas, Erich Wischmeyer played the majority of the game and finished with 11 saves. Andrew Kausch played six seconds of the game during a Wischmeyer penalty and failed to record a save. For HF-L, Nick Beniamino played the entire game and recorded eight saves. return to top

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Spencerport 12 - Hilton 11 in Overtime  

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 Spencerport
     Record: 2-0
3 3 3 2 1 12
 Hilton
     Record: 1-1
4 3 1 3 0 11
 
 

The book for Spencerport: Jeff Nitti (4g-3a), Ben Tribunella (1g), Zach Goodsell (1a), Seth Miller (2g-4a), Matt Kaser (5g), Goaltending: Tyler Schweikert 11s/11ga = 50% (50 mins)

The book for Hilton: Dante Giordano (3g), Derek Richards (2g-3a), Jake Montgomery (3g-2a), Shane Endres (1a), Mitch Smith (1g), Cory Endres (2g), Goaltending: Mark Detroia 9s/12ga (50 mins).

 

Special Report  --  The two teams certainly took turns, as Hilton and Spencerport tied the score nine times in their game. But eventually their game was settled in overtime when Spencerport's Ben Tribunella scored on an assist by Seth Miller to give the Rangers a 12-11 victory. Hilton at Spencerport

Hilton started the scoring, just 49 seconds into the contest. Senior defenseman Shane Endres cleared the ball full field before sending it to senior attackman Jake Montgomery who went one-on-one with the goalie. The Cadets held the lead for about three minutes when senior middie Jeff Nitti scored his first of his 4g-3a on a drive straight down the middle from the top of the box. After a bit of transition and a lot of ground balls, Hilton went ahead. Junior attackman Dante Giordano's drove from behind the net, scoring an unassisted goal. On the following face off, Spencerport got the ball in man up and scored on a pass from Zach Goodsell to Nitti, for a 2-2 tie. Less than a minute later, the Cadets were in man up and scored on a Derek Richards pass to Mitch Smith. At the 1:00 mark, Hilton scored again, this time on an unassisted goal by senior midfielder Cory Endres. The Rangers cut the two goal lead to one goal when junior attackman Matt Kaser scored on a pass from Nitti with two second left in the quarter. Hilton led at the end of the first quarter 4-3.Hilton at Spencerport

Montgomery wasted no time in giving the Cadets a two goal lead, when he received a cross-crease pass from Richards, just 27 seconds into the second quarter. The Rangers, however, came right back with three unanswered goals in a three minute span to give Spencerport a one goal advantage. Nitti drove straight down the left side of the cage for an unassisted goal at 10:24. At 9:47 senior middie Seth Miller scored on a feed from Nitti in a man-up set. Then, also in man up, it was Nitti from Miller to get Spencerport the 6-5 lead. Hilton however answered back with two goals before the half. Cory Endres scored on a drive from the goalie's left at 3:59. Montgomery scored on drive from behind the net at 3:05. The Cadets led at the halftime break 7-6.

At the beginning of the third quarter Spencerport tied the score for the fifth time when Miller took a feed from Nitti and scored at 8:27. It was the Ranger's turn to go ahead, and they did, with a man up goal by Kaser from Miller at 5:36. Kaser broke past his defenseman and caught the well-timed pass from Miller outside the top left box. Hilton earned the sixth tie while man down when they stole the ball in their defensive half of the field and sent the ball down the left side of the field. Montgomery brought the ball down the left side of the field and then passed it across sent the ball cross field to Richards. Richards was unguarded and after faking a low shot, place the ball over Tyler Schweikert's head. On the ensuing Hilton at Spencerportface off, the Rangers brought the ball right down the field. After a save by Schweikert, the ball bounced free in front of the cage. Kaser found the ball and popped it into the cage. The Rangers took a 9-8 lead at the end of three quarters.

Hilton tied the game for the seventh time at 11:21 when Montgomery found Giordano. Thirty seconds later Kaser scored an unassisted goal to give Spencerport a 10-9 lead. A minute later Hilton tied the score at 10-10 when Richards drove straight from the top of the box. Giordano broke the tied at 5:57 to put Hilton up 11-10. The Cadets set up a clear-out for Giordano, who beat his defender for the unassisted goal, and the lead for Hilton. Although the coaching staff for the Cadets was preaching "care for the ball", the Rangers were able to get possession and Kaser scored on rising underhand shot from outside. He tied the game for the ninth and last time.

A cross-checking penalty, a minute into the overtime, gave Spencerport a man up opportunity. They only took 23 seconds to set up a pass from Miller to senior midfielder Ben Tribunella for the game winner at 2:29. Miller, who ended the game with 2g-3a also won 15 face offs (81%) for the Rangers.

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Churchville-Chili 17 - Eastridge 2  

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 Churchville-Chili
     Record: 2-0
6 6 3 2 0 17
 Eastridge
     Record: 1-2
1 0 0 1 0 2
 
 

The book for Churchville-Chili: Dan Cobb (1g-1a), Aaron Buck (3g), Kevin O`Donnell (1g), Nolan Jessop (1g), Trevor Hodgins (2g-2a), Alex Goodermote (1g), Pat Bonafede (1g), Cullen Orengo (1g), Jake Mortier (1g), Nick Gray (2g), Ryan Cosgrove (2g-5a), Andrew Goodermote (1g), Goaltending: Mike Yehl 2s/1ga = 67% (24 mins), Jack Corcoran 5s/1ga = 83% (24 mins)

The book for Eastridge: Ethan Printy (1g-1a), Chris Giruzzi (1g), Goaltending: TJ Ennis 3s/7ga (14 mins), Odin Abril 7s/10ga (34 mins).

 

  --  Churchville-Chili continued their high scoring games with their second straight game taken to running time. The Saints defeated Eastridge 17-2. Eastridge scored the first and last goals of the game with Churchville-Chili scoring seventeen unanswered goals spanning all four quarters. Leading in scoring for the Saints were Ryan Cosgrove (2g-5a), Trevor Hodgins (2g-2a) and Aaron Buck (3g).

In addition to their leading scorers, three players scored their first Varsity goals of their careers. Cullen Orengo, Alex Goodermote and Dan Cobb each added one goal. Cobb also added one assist. Leading in ground balls for the Saints were Hodgins and defenseman Kevin O'Donnell with seven each. Slavic Huley and Jake Mortier both added five. The Saints finished with 55 ground balls. Mike Yehl and Jack Corcoran split halves in the goal for the Saints. Yehl finished with two saves and Corcoran with five saves.

For Eastridge, Ethan Printy finished with 1g-1a and led his team with 10 ground balls. Chris Giruzzi scored the second goal for the Lancers. Defenseman Wesley Austin added six ground balls for his team. In the cage, TJ Ennis started the game and recorded with three saves. Odin Abril played for 34 minutes and recorded seven saves.  return to top

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Penn Yan 19 - Bishop Kearney 1  

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 Penn Yan
     Record: 2-0
7 8 4 0 0 19
 Bishop Kearney
     Record: 0-3
0 1 0 0 0 1
 
 

The book for Penn Yan: Rion Davison (2g-2a), Ryan Maciejewski (2g-2a), Nate Spoor (2g), Chris Castle (2g), Dylan Yonts (3g), Sean Emerson (3g-1a), Bradley Voigt (2g-7a), Josh Conley (1a), Brett McMichael (1g), Colby Treat (1g), Jordan Owen (1g), Goaltending: Brandon Maciejewski 2s/1ga = 67% (24 mins), Matt Spoor 2s/0ga = 100% (24 mins)

 

  --  Penn Yan defeated Bishop Kearney 19-1. The Mustangs started the second half in running time with a 15-1 lead. Penn Yan's leading scorer was sophomore Bradley Voigt. Voigt finished with 2g-7a. Eighth grader Sean Emerson finished with 3g-1a for Penn Yan. Overall, eleven players made the offensive scorebook. Goalies Brandon Maciejewski and Matt Spoor split halves. Both goalies recorded two saves.  return to top

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Brockport 8 - Ath/Ody 6  

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 Ath/Ody
     Record: 0-2
2 2 2 0 0 6
 Brockport
     Record: 1-1
4 0 2 2 0 8
 
 

The book for Ath/Ody: Joe Angello (1a), Anthony Crawford (3a), Anthony Merola (5g-1a), Keenan Mahoney (1g), Goaltending: Mike Zimmer 11s/8ga = 58% (48 mins)

The book for Brockport: Benjamin Madafferi (1g), Bill Russell (1g-2a), Paul Kysor (3g-1a), Nikko Nolletti (1g), Nicholas Piano (1g-1a), Andy Reed (1g), Goaltending: Hunter DeLany 17s/6ga = 74% (48 mins).

 

Special Report  --  Updated  Brockport defeated Greece Athena/Odyssey 8-6. For the Thunder, Anthony Merola finished with a hand in each of the six goals (5g-1a). He finished the game with 21 shots (13 on cage) which accounted for 62% of all shots taken by his team.

Greece started out the game with a bang. They scored only 0:18 into the game with an inside feed from Merola to Keenan Mahoney. Two minutes later Brockport scored their first goal. Bill Russell (1g-2a) shot the ball towards the net, it hit a defenseman and fell to the ground. Paul Kysor (3g-1a) then picked up the ball and once again attempted to score. The ball hit the ground in front of the cage and Andy Reed picked up the loose ball. Reed was all alone with the keeper and scored the first goal of the season for Brockport. Brockport kept up the pressure, scoring their next goal only 0:19 later. Kysor scored with an assist from Nicholas Piano. Three minutes later during a 5-on-5 situation Benjamin Madafferi scored with an assist from Russell. With 6:42 remaining in the opening quarter the Blue Devils led 3-1. Thunder scored their second goal during man-up with Merola scoring assisted by Joe Angello. The final goal of the quarter was also scored during man-up with Russell feeding Kysor. The first quarter ended with Brockport leading 4-2.

In the second quarter, the penalties kept coming and Greece added their third goal during another man-up attempt. Merola scored with a drive straight to the goal that the Blue Devil defense could not stop. 0:38 later and the Thunder tied the game. Anthony Crawford fed Merola as he came across the top of the crease. Merola finished the goal behind his back. At the half, the score was tied 4-4.

Brockport came out strong early in the third quarter. They scored both their goals within the first 1:13. Their first goal was another loose ball on the crease with Nikko Nolletti coming up with the ball and the goal. Kysor scored his third goal with another unassisted drive at the cage. Greece was patient and scored the final two goals of the quarter to keep the game close. Merola and Crawford hooked up for both goals. The scoring for the two goals was nearly identical with Crawford feeding from the left side to a cutting Merola. The score was again tied after three quarters (6-6).

In the fourth quarter, Brockport held the Thunder scoreless and tacked on two of their own. They took the lead during a broken clear. Piano did all the hard work, stealing the ball, and was rewarded with a goal. With 10:44 remaining in the game the Blue Devils slowed the ball down. Although Greece had a number of attempts on offense they could not finish. They took nine shots in the fourth quarter with five on the cage. Goalie Hunter DeLany had an impressive quarter (and game). He finished with 17 saves overall (74%). With 1:53 remaining, Brockport called a time out and attempted to run the clock down. They scored with 0:23 remaining during another man-up situation. Russell scored with a feed from Kysor.

Brockport's Markell Collins finished 9/16 (56%) at the face-off. Collins also led his team with five ground balls. Kysor and Madafferi both added five as well and defenseman Charlie Mannix added four for the Blue Devils. For Greece, Merola led with eight ground balls and goalie Mike Zimmer and defenseman Ryan Walsh added six each. Zimmer finished with 11 saves (58%) for the Thunder. Walsh was demonstrative on the defense for the Thunder. For Thunder, Merola runs the offense and Walsh runs the defense. Both are irreplaceable on the Thunder roster.  return to top

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Gates Chili 5 - Arc/Oly 4  

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 Arc/Oly
     Record: 1-2
1 0 2 1 0 4
 Gates Chili
     Record: 3-0
0 2 1 2 0 5
 
 

The book for Arc/Oly: Sergio Rosado (1g), Joe Giamberdine (1a), Robert Kitchen (1g-1a), Nick Capone (1g), Zac Sapor (1a), Dylan Mahan (1g), Goaltending: Shane Trost 7s/5ga = 58% (48 mins)

The book for Gates Chili: Joe Caccamise (1a), Ralph Taliento (2g-1a), John Wise (1g-1a), Phil Ruf (2g), Goaltending: Tyler Jacobson 11s/4ga = 73% (48 mins).

 

  --  Gates-Chili scored the final goal of the game to secure the 5-4 win over Greece Arcadia/Olympia. The Lightning led for a good part of the game; however, the Spartans never gave up and were rewarded with the win.

Greece scored the first goal with an unassisted goal from Robert Kitchen. He finished the game with 1g-1a and was the only player from Lightning to get more than one point. Kitchen's goal was the only goal of the first quarter. The Lightning defense held the Spartans to only three shots, while their offense took eleven in the opening quarter. Greece led 1-0 after the first quarter.

In the second quarter, Gates Chili added two goals and held Greece scoreless. They tied the game with an unassisted goal from Ralph Taliento. Taliento finished as the Spartans leading scorer with 2g-1a. Four minutes later, the Spartans took their first lead. Phil Ruf scored during a man-up situation with an assist from Taliento. Halftime came with Gates Chili leading 2-1.

Greece stepped up after halftime and tied the game 0:15 into the quarter. Kitchen assisted Sergio Rosado during an extra-man opportunity for the Lightning. One minute later Dylan Mahan scored assisted by Joe Giamberdine to return the lead to Greece. It took another five minutes for the Spartans to tie the game. Ruf scored his second goal, assisted by Joe Caccamise, to end the third quarter tied 3-3.

In the fourth, Gates Chili took the lead again. An illegal cross gave Greece a three minute non-releasable penalty at the start of the fourth quarter. Gates-Chili's John Wise scored his lone goal of the game to give the Spartans a one goal lead during that man-up period. 0:27 later, after the penalty was released, the Lightning tied the game again. Nick Capone scored, assisted by Zac Sapor. With 8:59 remaining in the game the score was tied at 4-4. The final goal of the contest was at 6:58. Taliento scored, assisted by Wise, to secure the win for the Spartans. After they took the lead they held the ball for the win. The last three shots by the Lightning all missed the cage.

LSM Alexander Chefalo led the Spartans with seven ground balls. Midfielder Casey Pritchard added six while Joe Corona and Daniel Caruso added five each. In the cage for Gates-Chili Tyler Jacobson finished with 11 saves (73%). For Greece Arc/Oly, defenseman Dylan Frank led the ground ball count with six. Shane Trost played the entire game and recorded seven saves for the Lightning.  return to top

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Newark 9 - Wayne 2  

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 Newark
     Record: 1-2
2 2 3 2 0 9
 Wayne
     Record: 0-1
0 1 0 1 0 2
 
 

The book for Newark: Omar Jaohar (3g), John Denniston (5g), Anthony Manthorne (1a), Daron Thurston (1g-1a), Goaltending: Dominic Camblin 7s/1ga = 88% (41 mins), Cody Cornelius 1s/1ga = 50% (7 mins)

The book for Wayne: Tim Oddi (1g), Andrew Jenkins (1g), Nick Graziose (1a) Goaltending: Justin Townsend 15s/9ga = 63% (48 mins).

 

  --  Newark held Wayne scoreless in the first and third quarters on their way to a 9-2 win over the Eagles. Leading in scoring for the Reds was senior attackman John Denniston with 5g. Omar Jaohar added 3g. Face-off man Kyle Power finished 8/12 at the draw. Senior defenseman David Milliman led his team in ground balls with six. In the cage, Dominic Camblin finished with 2 saves. For Wayne Central, Tim Oddi and Andrew Jenkins scored the goals with Nick Graziose adding one assist. Between the pipes, Justin Townsend finished with 15 saves for the Eagles.  return to top

Waterloo 13 - Mynderse 4  

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 Mynderse
     Record: 1-1
0 1 2 1 0 4
 Waterloo
     Record: 1-0
3 3 2 5 0 13
 
 

The book for Mynderse:

The book for Waterloo: Tim Wright (4g-6a), Elliott Messmer (1g-1a), Dominick Sindoni (1g), Zarrien Sloan (1g), Trevor Black (3g-1a), Mike Wright (3g) Goaltending: Josh Bailey 9s/4ga = 69% (39 mins), Aaron Smith 2s/0ga = 100% (9 mins).

 

  --  Waterloo defeated Mynderse 13-4 this afternoon. The Indians leading scorer was Tim Wright. Wright finished with 4g-6a and 9 ground balls. He also led the Indians in shots (11). Elliot Messmer (1g-1a) also took 11 shots for Waterloo. Defenseman Trevor Black finished with 3g-1a (10 shots). In the cage, Josh Bailey finished with nine saves in 39 minutes. Aaron Smith finished the game and recorded two saves.   return to top

 

Marcus Whitman 12 - Midlakes 2  

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 Marcus Whitman
     Record: 2-0
3 4 1 4 0 12
 Midlakes
     Record: 0-1
0 0 2 0 0 2
 
 

The book for Marcus Whitman: Jeffrey Bero (5g), Clay Wilson (1g-5a), Matt Hey (3g), Lukas Brassi (1g), Taylor Lazzaro (1g-4a), Tyler Dancause (1g-1a), Goaltending: Merritt Bailey 4s/2ga = 67% (48 mins)

The book for Midlakes: Christopher Landschoot (2g), Joshua Roeland (2a), Goaltending: Matt Brennessel 13s/12ga = 52% (48 mins).

 

  --  Marcus Whitman defeated Midlakes 12-2. The Screaming Eagles scored both of their goals in the third quarter and both were during man-up opportunities. Leading in scoring for the Wildcats were Clay Wilson (1g-5a), Jeffrey Bero (5g) and Taylor Lazzaro (1g-4a). In the cage, sophomore Merritt Bailey finished with four saves for Marcus Whitman. Christopher Landschoot scored both goals for Midlakes and Joshua Roeland added both assists. Between the pipes, Matt Brennessel finished with 13 saves.  return to top

 

Gananda 16 - Batavia 4  

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 Batavia
     Record: 0-3
1 1 0 2 0 4
 Gananda
     Record: 1-1
5 2 7 2 0 16
 
 

The book for Batavia: Phil Boyd (1g), Austin Wilkinson (1g), Trevor Rittersback (1a), Tyler Fales (2g), Conor Holvey (1a), Josh Marr (1a), Justin Hamilton (1a), Goaltending: James Gomez 13s/14ga (40 mins), Kenneth Cook 4s/2ga = 67% (8 mins)

The book for Gananda: Ian Palmer (2g-5a), Zach Rink (5g-1a), Kyler Friesner (2g-1a), Nick Rapp (2g-1a), Trevor Schraffenberger (1g-2a), Collin Dotterer (2g), Riley Palmer (1g-1a), Riley Bufton (1g), Zach Binggeli (1a), Kolby Bean (1a), Goaltending: Steven Fisher 6s/4ga = 60% (48 mins).

 

  --  Gananda scored seven goals in the third quarter on their way to a 16-4 win over Batavia. Leading in scoring for Gananda were Ian Palmer (2g-5a) and Zach Rink (5g-1a). Between the pipes, Steven Fisher finished with six saves. The game started out fast-paced with Gananda adding five goals and Batavia adding one goal in the first six minutes of the contest. The game slowed down for the remainder of the half. After the scoring run in the third quarter, Gananda sailed through the fourth quarter in running time. Defensively for Gananda, Dylan Joy led with 13 ground balls and Trevor Schraffenberger added nine ground balls.  return to top

 

McQuaid Jesuit 12 - Canisius 5  

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 McQuaid Jesuit
     Record: 2-1
3 3 5 1 0 12
 Canisius
     Record: unavailable
2 0 0 3 0 5
 
 

The book for McQuaid Jesuit: Joe Hanna (2a), Duncan Ayer (2g-2a), Gardy Webber (1g-2a), Alex Paroda (4g), Jake Merkel (2g-2a), Kacin Zuhlke (3g-1a), Joe Hayes (1a), Dave DeCocq (1a), Goaltending: Pat Sheridan 13s/3ga = 81% (42 mins), Brendan Caufield 1s/2ga (6 mins)

The book for Canisius:

 

  --  McQuaid Jesuit defeated Canisius (Section VI) 12-5. The Knights had scoring from eight different players. Leading the scoring were senior midfielder Alex Paroda (4g) and sophomore midfielder Kacin Zuhlke (3g-1a). Duncan Ayer (2g-2a) and Jake Merkel (2g-2a) also added points for the Knights. Merkel was the face-off man for the Knights and finished 11/19. Between the pipes, Pat Sheridan played the majority of the game and recorded 13 saves. Brendan Caufield finished out the game and recorded one save.  return to top

 



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