Thursday: PY, Fpt and Irondequoit Remain Undefeated

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Penn Yan, Fairport and Irondequoit all maintained their undefeated season with wins today. Penn Yan played a close 10-8 game with Penfield. Fairport beat Canandaigua 8-3 and Irondequoit was a winner over Schroeder. Other winners today were Churchville-Chili, Gates Chili, Spencerport, Geneva, Mynderse and Livonia. R-H beat Brighton 4-3. Pittsford beat HF-L 9-5 and Thomas beat Victor 13-7.

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Penn Yan 10 - Penfield 8  

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 Penfield
     Record: 5-2
1 3 4 0 0 8
 Penn Yan
     Record: 8-0
4 2 2 2 0 10
 
 

The book for Penfield: Andrew Huntington (3g-2a), Connor Russell (1a), Dan Maring (1g), Matt Condon (1g-1a), Jacob Aldrich (1g), Andrew Schoeneck (2g-1a), Matt Bilak (1a), Jonathan Spaan (2a), Goaltending: Keith Keehn 5s/10ga (48 mins)

The book for Penn Yan: Rion Davison (1a), Bradley Voigt (3g), Ryan Maciejewski (1g-1a), Dylan Yonts (3g), Jordan Owen (3g), Colby Treat (1a), Jeremy Bunn (1a), Goaltending: Brandon Maciejewski 17s/8ga = 68% (48 mins).

 

  --  Special Penn Yan never trailed in their 10-8 win over Penfield. Just 0:47 into the game, Bradley Voigt scored with an assist from Rion Davison. The Patriots tied the game three times at 1-1, 6-6 and 8-8, Penn Yan at Penfieldbut never took the lead. The skill of both teams was demonstrated during man-up with all five man-up opportunities resulting in goals, four goals for Penfield and two for Penn Yan.

After Voigt's goal, Penfield tied the game with Matt Bilak assisting Andrew Huntington. Huntington finished with 3g-2a for the Patriots. Penn Yan took the rest of the quarter to score three more goals. Jordan Owen scored the first two of his three goals at 6:58 and 6:01. The first was assisted by Ryan Maciejewski and the second was unassisted. Voigt scored his second, with 0:23 remaining, with an assist from Jeremy Bunn. Penn Yan led 4-1 after the first quarter.

Penfield came out strong in the second quarter cutting the lead to one. Andrew Schoeneck scored for the Patriots at 0:42, assisted by Huntington. Then Huntington scored with an assist from Jonathan Penn Yan at PenfieldSpaan. Penn Yan's Dylan Yonts kept the lead at two with an unassisted goal. Penn Yan kept the two goal lead for five minutes before Dan Maring brought it within a single goal again. However, Penn Yan was not done for the half. They scored with 0:34 remaining when Colby Treat assisted Voigt for his third and final goal. Penn Yan led 6-4 going into halftime.

Like the second quarter, Penfield came out strong and scored the first two goals. Once again Huntington and Schoeneck scored for the Patriots. Less than one minute into the quarter the Patriots and tied the score. One key to the quick goals for Penfield was the return of face off man Connor Russell. Russell, who has been out recently with an injury, returned today and finished 18/21 (86%) at the draw. He also finished with a team leading 14 ground balls. Penn Yan scored one minute later with an unassisted goal from Yonts. Six minutes passed and the Mustangs scored again to take a two goal lead. Owen scored his third and final time with an unassisted goal during man-up. Penfield came back in the final minute of the quarter to tie the game again. Jacob Aldrich scored, Penn Yan at Penfieldassisted by Schoeneck, during a man-up play. With 0:06 remaining in the quarter Matt Condon scored, assisted by Huntington, to tie the game.

The fourth quarter belonged to the Mustangs. They scored the only two goals of the quarter to secure the win. With time running out and the Patriots down by one goal, they pulled their goalie, placing him in their offensive end of the field and doubling the Penn Yan ball carrier. Although they were able get possession they lost it and drew a penalty. Once again, they pulled the goalie and placed one long stick against Dylan Yonts, with the ball. Yonts beat his man and scored his final goal on an open net with 0:30 remaining. Although Russell won the last face-off, the Patriots could score. Penn Yan goalie Brandon Maciejewski came up with six saves in the fourth quarter alone to keep the Patriots from getting back in the game. He finished the game with 17 saves (68%). For Penfield, Keith Keehn finished with 5 saves. return to top

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Churchville-Chili 15 - Arc/Oly 4  

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 Churchville-Chili
     Record: 5-1
3 3 6 3 0 15
 Arc/Oly
     Record: 2-4
1 1 1 1 0 4
 
 

The book for Churchville-Chili: Aaron Buck (4g), Kevin O`Donnell (1g), Ryan Enright (1g), Trevor Hodgins (5g-2a), Dan Lohman (1g), Pat Bonafede (1g-1a), Cullen Orengo (1a), Nick Gray (1g), Ryan Cosgrove (1g-1a), Jake Mortier (1a), Goaltending: Jordan Yehl 5s/1ga = 83% (12 mins), Jack Corcoran 5s/3ga = 63% (36 mins)

The book for Arc/Oly: Bryan Collister (1g-1a), Robert Kitchen (2g), Dylan Mahan (1g), Goaltending: Shane Trost 12s/15ga (48 mins).

 

CC vs Lightning  --   Churchville-Chili defeated Greece Arcadia/Olympia 15-4. The Lightning scored the first goal with Bryan Collister assisting Dylan Mahan only 0:32 into the game. Churchville-Chili scored the next three goals to end the quarter. Greece scored one goal in each quarter. Robert Kitchen added two goals and Collister added the final goal for the Lightning. For Churchville-Chili, Trevor Hodgins led in scoring with 5g-2a. Aaron Buck finished with 4g for the Saints. He also led in shooting with 10 shots, all of which were on cage. Hodgins, along with defenseman Kevin O'Donnell, led in ground balls with six each. In the cage for Churchville-Chili, Mike Yehl finished with five saves in one quarter and Jack Corcoran finished with five saves in three quarters. For Greece, Shane Trost finished with 12 saves.  return to top

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Gates Chili 7 - Ath/Ody 6  

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 Gates Chili
     Record: 4-2
1 1 4 1 0 7
 Ath/Ody
     Record: 0-4
1 1 2 2 0 6
 
 

The book for Gates Chili: Joe Corona (3g), Joe Caccamise (1g), Ralph Taliento (1g-1a), John Wise (1g), Phil Ruf (1g), Goaltending: Tyler Jacobson 4s/6ga (48 mins)

The book for Ath/Ody: Pat Crowe (1g-1a), Joe Angello (1a), Cam Ernstberger (1g), Anthony Merola (3g), Anthony Crawford (1g), Goaltending: Mike Zimmer 9s/7ga = 56% (48 mins).

 

  --  In one of the closest games of the night, Gates Chili held off a late advance by Greece Athena/Odyssey to secure the 7-6 win. The game was back and forth with Gates Chili scoring early in the fourth quarter to take a 7-4 lead before the Thunder scored the final two goals in an attempt to tie the game.

Each team added a single goal in the first quarter. The Spartans scored first with an unassisted goal from Joe Corona. Corona led in scoring for Gates Chili with 3g. Two minutes later the Thunder tied Thunder at Gatesthe score with an unassisted goal by Cam Ernstberger. The score was tied 1-1 after the first quarter.

In the second quarter, once again both teams added a single goal. Phil Ruf scored with 6:51 remaining to give the Spartans the one goal lead again. Two minutes later Anthony Crawford scored unassisted for Greece to tie the game again. The score was tied 2-2 going into halftime.

In the third quarter the scoring exploded. Gates Chili added four goals while Greece only added two. Gates Chili scored the first goal of the quarter again with Corona scoring his second. Two minutes later Pat Crowe tied the game for Greece. Midfielder Ralph Taliento (1g-1a) scored the next goal for the Spartans with 8:14 remaining in the third quarter. 0:45 later Gates Chili took their first two goal lead with a man-up goal from John Wise, assisted by Taliento. Greece kept the game close with a goal by Anthony Merola from Crowe. Merola finished with two goals for the Thunder. He took 10 shots, with 6 on cage. Almost all the rest of the shots by the Thunder produced goals. Gates Chili scored the final goal of the third quarter to keep their two goal lead going into the final quarter. Joe Caccamise scored for the Spartans. Gates Chili led 6-4 after three quarters.

In the final quarter, the Spartans kept the streak going by once again scoring the first goal Corona added his third goal to give the Spartans the three goal lead just 0:37 into the quarter. Merola scored two goals, his second goal with 4:03 remaining to bring the game within one goal. Merola's goal was assisted by Joe Angello. The Thunder had one more shot at the cage. Spartan goalie Tyler Jacobson came up with a big save against Merola to secure the win for his team.

Gates Chili midfielders Zach Campaniello and Corona combined for 71% of the wins at the face off draw. Campaniello finished 5/8 and Corona finished 5/6. Midfielder Casey Pritchard and attackman Phil Ruf finished with four ground balls each to lead the Spartans. In the cage, Jacobson finished with four saves. For Greece Ath/Ody, goalie Mike Zimmer and Ernstberger led their team with four ground balls each. Zimmer finished with nine saves for the Thunder. return to top

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Rush-Henrietta 4 - Brighton 3  

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 Rush-Henrietta
     Record: 3-2
2 1 0 1 0 4
 Brighton
     Record: 1-6
0 1 2 0 0 3
 
 

The book for Rush-Henrietta: Chauncey Scissum (2g), Nick Binnert (2g), Matt Leonard (1a), Goaltending: McKenzie Spooner 11s/3ga = 79% (48 mins)

The book for Brighton: Alex Ballatori (2g-1a), Casey Kopp (1g), Goaltending: Tom Hilling 8s/4ga = 67% (48 mins).

 

  --   Rush Henrietta pulled out a close win over Brighton, 4-3, with a late goal by Chauncey Scissum. Scissum scored unassisted with 3:05 remaining in the fourth quarter to break a two quarter scoring drought by the Royal Comets. Scissum finished with 2g for the Royal Comets. Nick Binnert added the remaining two goals with Matt Leonard adding the lone assist for RH.

R-H came out swinging and scored two goals in the first quarter while holding the Barons scoreless. Brighton took nine shots in the opening quarter with seven on cage. McKenzie Spooner was a key success for the Royal Comets and finished the game with 11 saves. In the second quarter, both teams added a single goal and R-H kept the one goal edge. Brighton's first goal was scored by Alex Ballatori (unassisted). R-H led 3-1 at halftime.

In the second half, Brighton came out and tied the game with a second unassisted goal from Ballatori and a goal from Casey Kopp, assisted by Ballatori. Brighton's defense stepped up the second half and kept R-H from scoring. In the second half, R-H took 7 shots with 5 on cage and only with the late goal by Scissum were they able to secure their win.

Brighton was a success at the face-off draw with Vinnie Rockwell finishing 8/11. Junior defenseman John Bender finished with a team leading six ground balls for the Barons. In the cage for Brighton, Tom Hilling finished with 8 saves. return to top

Thomas 13 - Victor 7  

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 Victor
     Record: 3-2
5 1 0 1 0 7
 Thomas
     Record: 4-4
7 0 4 2 0 13
 
 

The book for Victor: Mitch Rupp (2g), Kyle Haslinger (1g), TJ DiSanto (1g), John Maloney (2g-1a), Roy Young (1g), Goaltending: Chris Saar 3s/13ga (42 mins), Troy Dowdle 0s/0ga (6 mins)

The book for Thomas: Kevin Hill (1g-2a), Troy Crevier (2g), Justin Bird (2g), Joe Stacy (1a), Jake Giudice (4g-1a), John Zawacki (2g), Adam Jollow (1g), John Hill (1g-4a), Goaltending: John Bezek 11s/7ga = 61% (47 mins), Alex Gulisano 0s/0ga (1 mins).

 

  --  Special Over half the goals were scored in the first quarter as Webster Thomas defeated Victor 13-7. The Titans scored six of the last seven goals to secure their victory. The game was a regular shooting gallery with 87 shots taken between the two teams. Victor outshot Thomas Thomas at Victor52-35 with 18-16 shots on cage respectively. One key difference was in the goalie play. Titan goalie John Bezek was phenomenal with 11 saves (61%). Victor goalie, Chris Saar finished with 3 saves in 42 minutes.

The first quarter was frantic with action. Twelve goals were scored in the first twelve minutes. Thomas scored first with John Hill scoring unassisted. Hill finished with 1g-4a for the Titans. Victor tied the game when Mitch Rupp scored on an outside shot after be picked up the loose ball. The teams traded goals back and forth until with 7:13 remaining Victor took their first lead of the game. Rupp scored with a drive from behind the cage. Thomas came back with their own pair of goals to re-take the lead. Jake Giudice scored on a cross crease pass from Hill and Justin Bird scored on a crease feed from Hill. With 2:27 remaining in the opening quarter Thomas led 5-4. Victor tied the game again with a drive from behind by Roy Young. Seven seconds later, the Titans scored on a face off fast-break. Troy Crevier picked up his own ground ball and gave the ball to Giudice. He passed the ball to John Zawacki for the goal. Giudice scored unassisted with 0:10 remaining to take a two goal lead for the Titan into the second quarter. Thomas led 7-5 after twelve minutes.Thomas at Victor

In the second quarter, the teams went back and forth but neither could get a goal. Thomas took five shots with none hitting the cage. Victor took 23 shots with 7 on cage and only the final shot of the quarter scored. Victor scored when John Maloney drove around the back of the cage with 0:02 remaining in the first half. Thomas led 7-6 at halftime.

In the third quarter Thomas took their largest lead. They added four goals and held Victor scoreless. Zawacki, Giudice and Kevin Hill each scored for the Titans. Kevin Hill's goal was assisted by John Hill.

Thomas added two more goals earlier in the fourth quarter. Junior midfielder Adam Jollow scored his first goal of the season with an assist from Stacey. The final goal of the game was scored by Victor. Kyle Haslinger scored with an assist from Maloney with 2:32 remaining. For the final two minutes of the game, Thomas held the ball in their offensive end. Stacey finished 13/20 (65%) at the face off draw and led the Titans in ground balls with seven. Bezek and Crevier each added another four ground balls to the tally. return to top

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Hilton 12 - Eastridge 9  

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 Eastridge
     Record: 2-4
1 2 2 4 0 9
 Hilton
     Record: 2-3
2 4 3 3 0 12
 
 

The book for Eastridge: Ethan Printy (7g-1a), Brandon Burley (1g), Anthony Coffaro (1g), Mike Dyakiv (1a), Charles Aiello (1a), Chris Giruzzi (1a), Goaltending: TJ Ennis 19s/12ga = 61% (48 mins)

The book for Hilton: Harald Juergens (1g), Dante Giordano (2g), Derek Richards (1g-2a), Alex Milliken (1g-2a), Jake Montgomery (2g-2a), Mitch Smith (1g), Cory Endres (4g-1a), Goaltending: Jarod Kimble 7s/5ga = 58% (24 mins), Mark Detroia 5s/3ga = 63% (24 mins).

 

  --  Hilton defeated Eastridge 12-9. The Lancers scored the first goal with an unassisted drive from Ethan Printy. Printy finished with 7g-1a for the Lancers. Hilton came back and scored the next six goals spanning the first and second quarters. The Cadets had seven different players make the offensive scorebook with Cory Endres leading the pack with 4g-1a. Although they started trading goals later in the game, the Cadets held no less than a three goal lead after the half.

For Hilton, face off man Harald Juergens finished 14/24 (58%). Defensemen Shane Endres and Jared Harris led in the ground ball count with five each. Juergens, Jake Montgomery and Tom Bianchi each added another five to the count. For the Cadets, Jarod Kimble and Mark Detroia split halves. Kimble recorded seven saves and Detroia recorded five saves. For Eastridge, Printy led with five ground balls. In the cage for the Lancers, TJ Ennis finished with 19 saves.  return to top

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Fairport 8 - Canandaigua 3  

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 Canandaigua
     Record: 2-4
1 0 1 1 0 3
 Fairport
     Record: 5-0
1 1 5 1 0 8
 
 

The book for Canandaigua: Dan LaCrosse (1g), Matt Scharr (1g), Ben Northrup (1g), Goaltending: Michael Cuciti 12s/8ga = 60% (48 mins)

The book for Fairport: Dan McAvoy (1g-1a), Jay Vakiener (1a), Kevin Vaughn (1g), Pat VanBortle (1g), Derek DeJoe (2g-1a), Kyle Sterzin (1g), Andrew Brennan (1g), Brian Martin (1g-2a), Goaltending: Blaze Riorden 9s/3ga = 75% (45 mins), Pete Gropp 0s/0ga (3 mins).

 

  --   Fairport defeated Canandaigua 8-3. The Red Raiders had seven different players score goals with only Derek DeJoe adding a second goal (2g-1a). Brian Martin (1g-2a) and Dan McAvoy (1g-1a) also added assists and Jay Vakiener added a single assist. In the cage for Fairport, Blaze Riorden played the majority of the game and recorded nine saves. For Canandaigua, Dan LaCrosse, Matt Scharr and Ben Northrup each added one goal. In the cage, Michael Cuciti finished with 12 saves.  return to top

Pittsford 9 - HFL 5  

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 Pittsford
     Record: 5-1
2 3 0 4 0 9
 HFL
     Record: 1-5
0 2 2 1 0 5
 
 

The book for Pittsford: Stephen Quinzi (1g-2a), Ben Overslaugh (1g), Albie DiPasquale (3g-2a), Corey Parke (2g-1a), Steven Ricci (1g), Brad Schumacher (1g), Tyler Aycock (1a), Goaltending: Luke Loveys 1s/4ga (30 mins), Kyle Lake 2s/1ga = 66% (18 mins)

The book for HFL: Drew Tallon (2g), Chandler Clarke (1a), Connor Flaherty (1g), Jason Boike (1g), Keanan O`Brien (1g), Nick Weston (2a), Goaltending: Nick Beniamino 13s/9ga = 59% (48 mins).

 

  --  Special Pittsford defeated HF-L 9-5 this afternoon. The final score does not do proper justice to the exciting battle that took place at Pittsford Mendon High School. The game was much closer than the score indicated. Pittsford scored two goals in the final three minutes when HF-L was playing out to get the ball which explains some of the four point difference.Pittsford File Photo

Pittsford did plenty of things right. They finished 78% at the face-off with Matt Barbaccia going 14/18. They cleared at 83% and rode at 46%. They won the ground ball battle 34-23. There were very few faults for the 5-1 Panthers. The Panthers came into the season looking unstoppable. However, today at Mendon High School they played well, but were not unstoppable. HF-L, who got the short end of the scheduling stick, is sitting at 1-5 having already faced (and lost to) Penfield, Penn Yan, Aquinas and Canandaigua. The combined record of HF-L's opponents is 29-10. The Cougar's defense looked patient and practiced and of Pittsford's first five goals only one was scored due to a defensive misstep. Senior goalie Nick Beniamino was impressive between the pipes, recording 13 saves (59%). Their offense was also exceedingly patient. They scored on 5 of 8 shots on cage, waiting for opportunities to present themselves.

All this being said HF-L was not the better team today. They had difficulty clearing (54%) and trouble hitting the cage late in the game (38% on cage) as they lost patience. They also did not have the crisp passing of the Panthers and the ball was often pressured to the ground by the Panther defense. HF-L looked good, but Pittsford looked like former Champions. They looked strong and in this game demonstrated how a top tier Class A should look. When push came to shove, Pittsford knew how to win and they stepped up to win this game.

HF-L's defense stepped up in the first quarter to keep the game from getting out of control. The Panthers won the opening face off and kept possession for the first 3:15. The Cougars did not see the ball on their offensive side and the Panthers just kept driving at the cage. However, drive after drive, the Cougars turned Pittsford back. It took 82 seconds for the Panthers to get their first shots off after about five drive attempts. The Cougars slid and dropped back and kept Pittsford from getting a good angle on the cage. The first Panther goal was scored at 7:08. HF-L went offsides on the previous clear and had seven defenders down field. With their coaching staff yelling for a take, the Cougars left their standard defense to try and knock the ball down. That was their first mistake and it was all Pittsford needed. Stephen Quinzi drove into the double causing a slide from the crease which left Albie DiPasquale open for the goal. DiPasquale shot high over Beniamino for the score. Pittsford won the ensuing face off and kept up the offensive pressure. Three minutes later HF-L sent a player to the penalty box. Pittsford had six man-up attempts in the game and converted two. HF-L had a single 30 second man up attempt early in the game and with a late two minute attempt with 0:42 in the game. Pittsford scored once again with Quinzi assisting DiPasquale. Pittsford led 2-0 after the first quarter. HF-L did not take a single shot in the entire 12 minute quarter.

Pittsford once again won the opening face-off and took a long possession. The first three shots on cage were all stopped by Beniamino. This gave HF-L their first offensive possession and their first shot on cage. They made it count. The Cougars came down the field in a fast-break and quickly passed the ball around the attack. The goal was eventually scored by Connor Flaherty with HF-L File PhotoChandler Clarke assisting. Three minutes later HF-L scored their second goal. Drew Tallon took a hard underhand shot from the top of the restraining line and it scored under the cross of Luke Loveys. Loveys played the first half for the Panthers and did not record a save. With 5:25 remaining in the second quarter the score was tied 2-2. Pittsford won another face off and had another offensive set. Defenseman Tim Copeland came up with a big defensive play to force the Panthers into a bad position for the shot and Beniamino came up with a big save. After a failed clear the ball was back in the Panther's sticks. Pittsford's third goal began with a shot from Quinzi. Quinzi's shot went wide of the net and Beniamino came out of the cage to chase the shot. What he didn't know was that DiPasquale was behind the cage and instead of it going out of bounds, he caught it. DiPasquale, quick on his feet, looked to the crease and fed Steven Ricci. Beniamino didn't have a chance and the Panthers were back in the lead. After another win by Barbaccia, Pittsford was back on offense. Pittsford's fourth goal came from a power play by Corey Parke. Parke started after a dead ball from the left side. He ran straight to the cage and no amount of defense could stop him. After dodging three players he put the ball into the net. Pittsford kept possession once again and looked to slow the pace. With 0:48 remaining they scored their fifth goal. DiPasquale drove from behind the cage and dumped the ball to Quinzi on the crease. Quinzi was swarmed by defenseman but got the shot off. The bounce was high and hit the top crossbar before bouncing down and in. Pittsford led 5-2 going into halftime.

HF-L came out of the half and scored two goals while holding the Panthers scoreless. 1:08 into the quarter, they had their 30 second man-up attempt. They made the most of it and scored with Nick Weston assisting Tallon from the top of the restraining line. Two minutes later defenseman Keanan O'Brien cleared the ball all the way down to finish into the back of the net. The momentum had changed and HF-L was excited. The two teams kept equal possession in the third but neither team could score another goal. In the third quarter alone, the Cougars had six forced takes against the Panthers, including two that were on rides. Pittsford finished the quarter with six shots and only two on cage. Pittsford led 5-4 going into the final quarter.

With 10:26 remaining in the final quarter, HF-L tied the score. Weston drove from behind the cage and in an impressive feat of athleticism fed the ball to Jason Boike across the crease on the flat. HF-L was pumped up. However, the felling would not last. Pittsford won the face off and retook the lead 0:34 later. In another unsettled goal for the Panthers, Brad Schumacher scored an unassisted goal after he picked up a loose ball halfway to the restraining line. The ball was knocked down by the Cougar's Aidan Papalia and Schumacher was in perfect position to exploit the unexpected shot. Pittsford won the face off and HF-L was given a penalty. The Panthers went man-up and HF-L kept up the pressure and tried to take the ball away. The officials threw another flag against HF-L and the Panthers were two men up. Pittsford wasted little time and scored with Parke assisting Ben Overslaugh. Pittsford led 7-5 with 8:35 remaining. HF-L tried to keep up with the Panthers. However, the more desperate they got, the more they forgot their outstanding defense. Pittsford remained as cool as they have been the entire game and converted their last two goals with limited interruption. Parke scored unassisted at 3:02 and Tyler Aycock assisted DiPasquale at 2:22. The Panthers held the ball for the final minutes to wind down the clock and secure the win.

For Pittsford, Barbaccia and Aycock on the face off were nearly unstoppable. The Cougars knew what was going to happen, but seemed unable to stop it. Barbaccia often put the ball right into Aycock's path and he picked it up. Aycock led his team with seven ground balls. In the cage for Pittsford, in the second half, Kyle Lake finished with 2s (66%).  return to top

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Irondequoit 14 - Schroeder 1  

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 Irondequoit
     Record: 6-0
2 6 4 2 0 14
 Schroeder
     Record: 0-6
0 0 1 0 0 1
 
 

The book for Irondequoit: Danny Pignato (1g), Jake Schmidt (2g-2a), Connor Enright (1g), Gunnar Miller (4g), Briele Caples (1g), Brandon Costanzo (1g), Ryan Utz (1g), Blair Carney (1g), Peyton Myles (1g), George Jerman (1g), Goaltending: Eric Fischer 5s/0ga = 100% (28 mins), Alex Shoemaker 4s/1ga = 80% (20 mins)

The book for Schroeder: Kenny Nelson (1g), Goaltending: Willie Klan 9s/11ga (33 mins), Robbie Wielandt 1s/3ga (15 mins).

 

  --  Irondequoit scored the first ten goals on their way to a 14-1 win over Webster Schroeder. The Eagles had scoring from ten different players, with only two athletes scoring more than one point. Gunnar Miller finished with 4g and Jake Schmidt finished with 2g-1a for the Eagles. Face off man Ben Brooks finished 9/12 with a team leading 7 ground balls for Irondequoit. In the cage, Eric Fisher and Alex Shoemaker split halves. Fisher finished with two saves and Shoemaker finished with six saves.

For Schroeder, Kenny Nelson scored their lone goal with an unassisted drive in the third quarter. Midfielder Nick Scarantino finished with three ground balls to lead the Warriors. In the cage, Willie Klan finished with nine saves in 33 minutes. Robbie Wielandt finished the game and recorded one save.

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Spencerport 16 - Brockport 7  

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 Brockport
     Record: 2-3
1 2 2 2 0 7
 Spencerport
     Record: 6-1
2 7 3 4 0 16
 
 

The book for Brockport: Paul Kysor (1g), Markell Collins (1g), Benjamin Madafferi (2g-2a), Bill Russell (1g), Nikko Nolletti (1g), Forrest Grady (1g), Nicholas Piano (1a), Hunter DeLany (1a), Goaltending: Hunter DeLany 14s/16ga (48 mins)

The book for Spencerport: Levi Basynnski (1g-1a), Anthony Depetres (2g), Jeff Nitti (3g-2a), Ben Tribunella (1g), Zach Goodsell (2a), Seth Miller (1g-2a), Corey Sauers (1g), Matt Kaser (7g-3a), Goaltending: Dodge Dustin 1s/1ga = 50% (3 mins), Tyler Schweikert 8s/6ga = 57% (45 mins).

 

  --   Spencerport defeated Brockport 16-7. The Rangers were led in scoring by Matt Kaser with 7g-3a. Face off man Seth Miller finished 15/21 (71%) and led the team in ground balls with 13. For Brockport, Benjamin Madafferi led his team with 2g-2a. In the cage for Spencerport, Tyler Schweikert finished with eight saves and Dodge Dustin finished with one save. For Brockport, Hunter DeLany finished with 14 saves. A combined twenty-one different players received penalties.  return to top

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Pal-Mac 19 - Bloomfield-Honeoye 6  

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 Pal-Mac
     Record: 4-1
6 3 6 4 0 19
 Bloomfield-Honeoye
     Record: 2-3
1 2 3 0 0 6
 
 

The book for Pal-Mac: Kyle Ludwig (4g), Doug Ellsworth (1g-1a), Ben Reeves (6g-5a), Stephen Morrell (1g-3a), Mark Reeves (1a), David Ellsworth (1g-2a), Sean Nolan (2g), Jevon Benson (1g), Kevin Stein (1a), Tyler Hurlbutt (3g), Goaltending: Jack DeMeyers 4s/6ga (32 mins), Cody Rogers 4s/0ga = 100% (16 mins)

The book for Bloomfield-Honeoye: Jeff Kellerson (2g), Jerrett Hertzel (1g), Allan Smith (1g-1a), Jarrett Riker (1g), Brandon Lewis (1g), Goaltending: Austin Colletta 19s/19ga = 50% (48 mins).

 

  --  Pal-Mac defeated Bloomfield-Honeoye 19-6. The Red Raiders had ten different players score. Sophomore Ben Reeves led in scoring with 6g-5a. Senior Kyle Ludwig added four goals for Pal-Mac. New addition from JV, freshman Tyler Hurlbutt, debuted at Varsity with a three goal game. In the cage, Jack DeMeyers finished with four saves in 32 minutes. Senior Cody Rogers finished the game and recorded four saves.  return to top

Geneva 12 - Newark 1  

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Tot
 Geneva
     Record: 2-4
1 5 2 4 0 12
 Newark
     Record: 1-5
1 0 0 0 0 1
 
 

The book for Geneva: Drew Feinberg (3g-2a), Eddie Eddington (2g-2a), Sean Cunningham (3g-1a), Fran Shaw (2g), Dan Hickey (1g), Jesse Singleton (1g), Goaltending: Derek Grillone 5s/1ga = 83% (41 mins), Jake Sahrle 2s/0ga = 100% (7 mins)

The book for Newark: John Denniston (1g), Goaltending: Dominic Camblin 11s/10ga = 52% (39 mins), Cody Cornelius 4s/2ga = 67% (9 mins).

 

  --   Geneva defeated Newark 12-1. John Denniston scored the lone unassisted goal for the Reds in the first quarter. In the cage, Dominic Camblin played nearly the entire game and recorded 11 saves. Cody Cornelius played the final nine minutes and recorded four saves. For Geneva, junior attackman Drew Feinberg finished with a team leading 3g-2a. Two sophomores made the scorebook with Eddie Eddington (2g-2a) and Fran Shaw (2g) both contributing. Junior goaltender Derek Grillone finished with five saves. Jake Sahrle played the final seven minutes and recorded two saves.  return to top

Mynderse 11 - Midlakes 1  

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Tot
 Mynderse
     Record: 4-1
3 3 3 2 0 11
 Midlakes
     Record: 0-3
0 1 0 0 0 1
 
 

The book for Mynderse: Evander Hummer (1g-1a), Tristin Kouwe (2g-1a), Justin Hlywa (1g), Nick Barbay (2g), Aaron Peterman (2g), Sean Anderson (3g-2a), Goaltending: Tim Trickler 7s/1ga = 88% (48 mins)

The book for Midlakes: Christopher Landschoot (1g) Goaltending.

 

  --  Mynderse defeated Midlakes 11-1 this afternoon. Midlakes lone goal was scored by Christopher Landschoot (unassisted). For Mynderse, five juniors scored with Sean Anderson (3g-2a) leading the charge. The lone senior scoring was Nick Barbay, who added two goals for the Blue Devils. In the cage for Mynderse, Tim Trickler finished with seven saves.

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Livonia 14 - Marcus Whitman 5  

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Tot
 Marcus Whitman
     Record: 3-3
0 1 3 1 0 5
 Livonia
     Record: 4-2
4 4 4 2 0 14
 
 

The book for Marcus Whitman: Clay Wilson (2g-1a), Connor Kelly (1g-1a), Karl Gray (1g-1a), Lukas Brassi (1g), Taylor Lazzaro (1a), Goaltending: Merritt Bailey 13s/14ga (48 mins)

The book for Livonia: Wyatt Struble (3g-6a), Cody Cisco (2g-3a), Dustin Ayers (1g), Mitchell Kinney (2g), Josh Wester (3g-1a), Derek Bishopp (2g-1a), Evan Lyons (1g), Goaltending: Ethan Jamison 13s/5ga = 72% (48 mins).

 

Livonia vs Whitman  --   Livonia scored the first five goals in their 14-5 win over Marcus Whitman. The Bulldogs had scoring from seven different players. Leading the charge was attackman Wyatt Struble with 3g-6a. Midfielder Derek Bishopp finished with 2g-1a and a team leading 10 ground balls.

In the cage, Ethan Jamison finished with 13 saves for Livonia. Marcus Whitman was led in scoring by Karl Gray with 2g-1a. Midfielder Oliver Oswald finished 14/21 (67%) at the face off draw. Oswald won 9 face offs due to technical fouls by Livonia. He also led his team in ground balls with seven. Clay Wilson (5), Connor Kelly (4) and Gray (4) also added to the ground ball tally.

In the cage for the Wildcats, Merritt Bailey finished with 13 saves.  return to top

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