Penn Yan, Hilton, Thomas Among Winners

- Thursday: DAY IN REVIEW: Once again there were many mismatches in the sixteen games played today. On the other hand, Penn Yan won a big game (4-2) with Penfield. Hilton is off to its best start at 5-1 with their 8-7 win today over the Greece Storm. Thomas was a 6-4 winner over Schroeder in Webster and Pittsford was an 11-7 winner over Rush-Henrietta.

Midlakes at GanandaPittsford scored the first goal 0:43 into the game on their way to an 11-7 win over Rush-Henrietta. The Royal Comets forced the tie three times but did not take a lead throughout the game. The Panther’s Ben DiGiovanni scored the first of his 5g-2a for the opener off a feed from Nathan Strauf. RH responded five minutes later with Zack Lenhard scoring the first of three tying goals. Both teams kept up the pressure for the rest of the half. With 0:06 remaining in the first half, Gunner MacMillan scored an unassisted goal for the second tie.

The third quarter began similarly to the first with DiGiovanni scoring less than a minute into the quarter. This time the assist came from Ryan Dumont. The final tie game at 5-5 with Nick Cowie scoring for the Royal Comets. At that point, Pittsford took over and scored four unanswered to secure their lead. The Panthers held off any late push to secure their third win of the season.

Midlakes at GanandaPittsford junior Max Murphy finished 10/12 at the draw with a team leading 9 groundballs. Defenseman Jack Wallace finished with 4 takes to lead the Panthers. In the cage for the Royal Comets, Cameron Kuzniar recorded 15 saves.

In the battle of the Webster High Schools, Thomas defeated Schroeder 6-4 after a consistent four quarters. Schroeder came out strong winning the first quarter 3-2. Thomas came back with two unanswered goals in the second quarter to take the 4-3 lead into halftime. The Titans never lost the lead after that. (Story Continues)

Hilton took control after the first quarter, leading 3-2 after 12 minutes. The remaining quarters were all tied with 2-2 in the second, 2-2 in the third and 1-1 in the fourth. The Cadets were led by Zach Boyatzies (3g) and Tyler Hacker (1g-2a).

Also winning today were Spencerport, Victor, Irondequoit, Geneva, Marcus Whitman, Pal-Mac, McQuaid Jesuit, Bloomfield-Honeoye, Canandaigua, Brighton and Midlakes.


Game Results

Report0BAND19Marcus Whitman
Report   4Mynderse19Geneva
Report16Canandaigua0Gates Chili
Report2Penfield4Penn Yan
Report16McQuaid Jesuit2Livonia-Avon
Report   10Midlakes1Gananda
Report7Greece Storm8Hilton
Report13East United12City Honors