Hilton Over Irondequoit, McQuaid Over AQ

- Tuesday: DAY IN REVIEW: With only one more "big night" of games left in the regular season after today, there were many important games played today, which will have an impact of the tournament seeds at the end of the week. Hilton, Geneva, Pal-Mac and Canandaigua both locked up 75% records with wins today, but there will be more changes for other teams on Thursday and Friday.

Shawn DoranFace off specialist Shawn Doran won all thirteen faceoffs and collected twelve ground balls, to help Hilton defeat Irondequoit 7-3 tonight. Senior goalie Jacob Kelsey recorded seven saves (70%) while junior attackman Ben Mitrano led scoring with 2g-2a. Zach Boyatzies added 3g for the Cadets who finish their regular season at 12-4, the best record in school history. There was no report from Irondequoit at post time, but the Eagles will finish their regular season with Penfield on Thursday.

Marcus Whitman held off a late push by Bloomfield-Honeoye to defeat the Pride 12-11 in the first overtime period. The Wildcats had a six-goals stretch to the end the third and start the fourth quarter. The streak took them to a three-goal lead with just under six minutes remaining in regulation. The Pride fought back and scored three goals of their own before regulation expired. However, it was Kyle Murphy who scored the game winning goal for the Wildcats in overtime. STORY CONTINUES

Penn Yan at FairportPal-Mac took a 7-4 halftime score and held on despite three unanswered goals by Wayne in the final quarter. Grady Arnold posted 4g-2a and Jake Gallina added 2g-3a for Pal-Mac. Ryan Cahill had 1g-3a and Andy Hamel had 3g for Wayne. Both teams will finish their regular seasons with day two of the Finger Lakes Tournament.

The Greece Storm fought off the late push by HF-L to defeat the Cougars 10-9 in the first overtime period. Greece led by four with ten minutes left in regulation. HF-L scored four goals to force overtime. However, Matthew McHale scored for the Storm with 0:54 left in the first overtime period. The Storm controlled the entire game, and although the Cougars tied the game twice (1-1 and 9-9), Greece never trailed. They also held a four-goal lead at three different points before HFL’s late stretch forced overtime. STORY CONTINUES

After four lead changes, Waterloo scored the final three goals to defeat Newark 10-8. The Reds held the lead with 2:16 left in the third quarter before being held scoreless by the Indian’s defense for the final 14 minutes. Dillion McCann scored two of the last three goals for the Indians to secure the win. He finished with 5g-1a on the game. STORY CONTINUES

Canandaigua scored the first five goals on their way to an 8-4 win against Penfield with even scoring by four played who each scored four points. The Braves finished their regular season at 12-4. Penfield will play Irondequoit on Thursday.

Penn Yan at FairportFairport scored the only three goals in the first half, but Penn Yan came back with two in the third quarter. The teams both scored one in the fourth and the Red Raiders took the 4-3 victory. Colin Peers scored 2g-1a and Klay Stuver added 1g-2a and junior goalie Tim Defendis made five saves (63%) for the Red Raiders who will finish with Brighton on Thursday. Penn Yan goalie Griffin Emerson had an outstanding eleven saves (73%) for the Mustangs who will play Thomas on Thursday.

Also winning today were Rush-Henrietta, Brighton, Bath, McQuaid Jesuit, Spencerport, Geneva, Livonia-Avon and Mynderse.

Penn Yan at Fairport

Game Results

Report17Bath1BAND
Report6Eastridge19Rush-Henrietta
Report6Midlakes11Geneva
Report2East United15Livonia-Avon
Report9Pal-Mac8Wayne
Report12Spencerport6Churchville-Chili
Report   3Penn Yan4Fairport
Report4Aquinas15McQuaid Jesuit
Report9HFL10Greece Storm
Report4Penfield8Canandaigua
Report10Waterloo8Newark
Report7Hilton3Irondequoit
Report11Bloomfield-Honeoye12Marcus Whitman
Report3Gananda9Mynderse
Report5Schroeder14Brighton

 



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