Wednesday: Irondequoit, Genny and McQ

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Three games were played on Wednesday. Irondequoit defeated Webster Thomas 10-5, West Genesee beat Penfield 16-9 and McQuaid Jesuit defeated Livonia 13-9 in GRALL action.

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McQuaid Jesuit 13 - Livonia 9  

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Tot
 McQuaid Jesuit
     Record: 3-1
3 4 0 6 0 13
 Livonia
     Record: 2-2
2 3 4 0 0 9
 
 

The book for McQuaid Jesuit: Joe Hanna (2g), Luc Bailey (1g-1a), Jake Merkel (2g), Gardy Webber (1a), Duncan Ayer (3g-1a), Alex Paroda (2g-2a), Kacin Zuhlke (3g-1a), Goaltending: Pat Sheridan 14s/9ga = 61% (48 mins)

The book for Livonia: Wyatt Struble (2a), Cody Cisco (2g-1a), Dustin Ayers (1g), Mitchell Kinney (3g), Josh Wester (1a), Alex Chiara (1g), Derek Bishopp (2g-2a), Goaltending: Ethan Jamison 7s/13ga (48 mins).

 

  --  McQuaid Jesuit scored the last six goals of the game in their 13-9 win over Livonia. The Knights scored the final three goals during a single non-releasable penalty on Livonia. The late penalty against Livonia gave the Knights what they needed to secure the win.

McQuaid scored the opening goal with an unassisted goal by Kacin Zuhlke. Livonia came back with the next two goals. Derek Bishopp scored the first and assisted the second with Dustin Ayers putting the McQuaid Jesuit File Photoball into the net. The Knights added two more goals before the end of the quarter to take the 3-2 lead going into the second quarter.

Livonia tied up the game with 7:01 remaining in the first half with another unassisted goal from Bishopp. McQuaid kept pace and added three goals of their own. Duncan Ayer, Alex Paroda and Zuhlke each added a goal. Zuhlke's goal was assisted by Gardy Webber. Livonia scored with 3:43 remaining in the quarter when Cody Cisco fed Mitchell Kinney. McQuaid scored their next goal on a face-off fast-break with Joe Hanna scoring unassisted. The Knights led 7-4 with 3:28 remaining in the second quarter. Livonia scored the next five goals spanning the rest of the second and the entire third quarter. McQuaid was held scoreless for 17:28.

Livonia's goals came from Cisco (2g), Kinney (2g) and Alex Chiara (1g). With 1:17 remaining in the third quarter, the Bulldogs had their largest lead of the contest. They did not score in the final 13:17 of the contest. McQuaid kept scoring. They tied the game with 9:45 remaining in the final quarter with an unassisted goal from Luc Bailey. The lead was secured by Jake Merkel. The final three man-up goals were scored by Paroda, Ayer and Merkel.

Bishopp led in ground balls with nine. Defenseman Sean Kidder added six with Cisco and Nick Jonasse adding five each. In the cage, Ethan Jamison finished with seven saves for Livonia. For McQuaid Jesuit, Merkel led with nine ground balls and Sheridan finished with eight. Merkel also took all the face-off draws for the Knights and finished 14/26 (54%). Pat Sheridan finished with 14 saves.   return to top

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West Genesee 16 - Penfield 9  

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Tot
 Penfield
     Record: 2-1
3 4 1 1 0 9
 West Genesee
     Record: unavailable
4 4 7 1 0 16
 
 

The book for Penfield: Matt Condon (4g), Jacob Aldrich (1g), Justin Rehm (1g), Andrew Schoeneck (1g-1a), Matt Bilak (2g-1a), Jonathan Spaan (1a), Goaltending: Keith Keehn 6s/16ga (48 mins)

The Book for West Genesee: Tim Barber (5g-1a), Dan Ginestro (3g-1a), Ryan Tinklepaugh (2g), Matt
Schattner (2g), Ryan St. Croix (2g), Teddy Glesner (2g), Andrew Brown (1a) and Tom Pritchard (1a).
In the cage for the Wildcats, Scott Sidnam finished with 8 saves (47%)

 

Special Report  --  The game was close for the first half before West Genesee scored eleven out of twelve straight goals spanning the last half of the second quarter and nearly the entire third quarter. The Patriots WG at Penfieldkept pace offensively, but the high scoring Wildcat offense was too much for them over time. West Genesee finished with 32 shots (22 on cage). They finished with 50% of their shots resulting in goals and 73% of their shots on cage resulting in goals. Attackman Tim Barber finished with nine shots resulting in 5g-1a. Midfielder Teddy Glesner finished with eight shots (2g).

Penfield scored the first goal with a drive from behind the cage from Matt Bilak. Bilak finished with 2g-1a for the Patriots. West Genny tied the game with a man-up goal from Barber, assisted by Dan Ginestro. That was the only penalty in the entire game. Penfield took the lead again with an inside feed from Bilak to Matt Condon. Condon was the big scorer for the Patriots with 4g. The Wildcats scored the next three goals. Barber scored two back to back goals with drives from behind the cage. The first was from goal side left and the second from goal side right. Penfield brought the game within one goal with a goal from Bilak, assisted by Andrew Schoeneck, with 0:03 remaining in the quarter. Penfield scored within the final 10 seconds of the first, second and third quarters.

In the second quarter Penfield came out of the gates swinging. LSM Justin Rehm scored the first goal after clearing the ball all the way down the field and coming around the back of the goal. He finished WG at Penfieldwith the ball in the upper right corner. Condon scored twice in a row with drives from near the midfield line. He drove straight into traffic and came out with back to back goals. With 6:08 remaining in the second quarter, Penfield led 6-4. This is when the Wildcats made their move. They scored 11 out of the next 12 goals to take the score to 15-5 with only 0:36 remaining in the third quarter.

West Genesee showed considerable talent and precision in their shooting. They demonstrated why they are the perennial favorite throughout the state. Penfield scored with 0:01 remaining in the second quarter when Jonathan Spaan fed Jacob Aldrich from behind the cage. With 0:08 remaining in the third quarter they scored their eighth goal with an unassisted goal from Schoeneck.

In the fourth quarter both teams added a single goal. Penfield scored first with an unassisted goal from Condon. West Genesee scored their last goal with 4:54 remaining. The Wildcats scored on a play that they set up beautifully. With a series of passes, they moved the defense over to cage-side right. WG at PenfieldThey kept bringing the ball up and back down the side and when the defense slid, they kept moving further and further over. When Andrew Brown drove from behind the cage, the last defenseman on the crease slid to pick him up and left Barber wide open across the crease with no slide coming and no-one in position. It was a textbook demonstration of excellent lacrosse.

Dan Pulinski finished with a team leading six ground balls. He also finished 5/14 at the face-off draw. In the cage for Penfield, Keith Keehn finished with six saves. West Genesee's Teddy Glesener finished 10/15 (67%) at the face-off draw. Matt Schattner finished with eight ground balls to lead his team. Ryan Tinklepaugh and Glesener finished with seven for the Wildcats. Scott Sidnam finished with eight saves for West Genesee. return to top

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Irondequoit 10 - Thomas 5  

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Tot
 Thomas
     Record: 2-2
0 3 0 2 0 5
 Irondequoit
     Record: 4-0
2 4 2 2 0 10
 
 

The book for Thomas: Kevin Hill (2g), Troy Crevier (1a), Jake Giudice (1a), John Zawacki (1g), Nick Schuman (1g-1a), John Hill (1g), Goaltending: John Bezek 10s/10ga = 50% (48 mins)

The book for Irondequoit: Jake Schmidt (2g-1a), Connor Enright (1g-1a), Nick Doktor (3g), George Jerman (2g), Gunnar Miller (1g), Joel Roemer (1g-2a), Goaltending: Eric Fischer 8s/5ga = 62% (48 mins).

 

  --   Six players for Irondequoit made the scorebook as the Eagles defeated host Webster Thomas 10-5. return to top

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