Penn Yan Wins Championship

-  SPORTSFIVE REPORT:  

Penn Yan vs Pal-Mac

Penn Yan scored four goals in the first three quarters and five in the final quarter in their 17-5 win over Pal-Mac. The Red Raiders added one goals in the first and two in the second and third quarters. Penn Yan vs Pal-MacPenn Yan attackman Rion Davison finished the game with 3g-4a and was named Class C MVP for the Tournament. Attackman Bradley Voigt finished with 5g-3a and was named the Section Five Offensive Player of the Year. In addition to his tournament hours, Davison was named Sportsman of the Year.

Face off midfielder Austin Fingar finished 13/7 (65%) and was also named to the All Tournament Team. He also led the Mustangs with eleven ground balls. In the cage for Penn Yan, Brandon Maciejewski finished at 69% with 11 saves. Gage Ponsetti played the final three minutes but did not face a shot. For Pal-Mac, Ben Reeves led with 3 goals from 16 shots (9 on cage). He also led his team in ground balls with eight. Defenseman Nate Arnold finished with five ground balls and two takes. Penn Yan vs Pal-MacBoth Arnold and Reeves were named to the All Tournament team for Pal-Mac. In the cage for the Red Raiders, Jack DeMeyers finished with 1 saves in three and half quarters. Jared Hurlbutt played the final nine minutes and recorded two saves and two goals against.

CLASS C - ALL TOURNMENT TEAM

Attack: AQ – Alex Bianchi, PY – Bradley Voigt, PM – Brian Burger.

Midfield: PY – Austin Fingar, PM – Ben Reeves, PY – Josh Kinsey.

Defense: PM – Nate Arnold, Gan - Dylan Joy, PY – John Luppino.

Goalie: PY – Brandon Maciejewski.

MVP: Midfielder – PY – Rion Davison  

Penn Yan vs Pal-Mac

 



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