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Thomas, Spencerport and Penn Yan Win

Webster Thomas scored the first goal of the game and although Fairport quickly tied it, the Titans went ahead early in the second quarter and never gave up the lead in their 7-5 win at Fairport this afternoon. Thomas at FairportThe spectators saw a very defensive game with Titan senior goalie Ethan Ruller making All-American saves and Fairport junior goalie McLean Ralston making 12s (63%). Ground balls were contested all over the field and both teams executed well run fast break clears. After a 1-1 first quarter, Webster scored two goals early in the second quarter and Fairport responded with one, giving the Titans a 3-2 lead at the halftime break. In the third quarter Thomas senior midfielder Ryan Prine scored two unanswered goals, giving the Titans a 5-2 lead after three quarters. David Petz scored for Thomas at 9:27, putting his team up 6-2 but Fairport's Jake Koonmen scored at 6:18 with an assist from Kole Stuver. Webster scored one more with 43 seconds left in the game, but the Red Raiders excited the crowd when Stuver scored with 17 seconds left and on the resulting faceoff junior long stick middie Josh Knapp took scooped up the ball at scored with 13 seconds left. The faceoff resulted in a Webster possession and the win.[BOX SCORE] More photos are in the gallery.

Midlakes-Red-Jacket took an 11-0 halftime lead to a 15-2 win from visiting Waterloo this morning. Junior midfielder Scott Verdehem scored both goals for Waterloo. There was no report from Midlakes-Red Jacket at post time.[BOX SCORE]

Livonia-Avon scored the first nine goals on their way to at a 14-2 win at Bloomfield-Honeoye this morning. Eight players made the scoring list for the Lakers. Leading the pack were sophomore A/M Jackson McEnerney with 4g-2a and junior M/A Justin Skelly with 3g-2a. Junior M/A Matthew Connor who scored 2g-1 led the team in ground ball production with 21 and 13/15 faceoff wins (81%). Laker goalie Matt Beachel had 5s/2ga (71%) in 38 mins and Nic Teachout made 1s/0ga (100%) in 10 mins. For the Pride Junior midfielder JD Allen and sophomore midfielder Evan Miller each scored one unassisted goal. Lakers at Pride NOTE: The Pride roster contains fifteen hard working players and in this game, there were only three substitutes on the sidelines. Senior goalie Owen Saxby made some extraordinary saves among the 22s (61%) including several that were point blank. On several occasions, opponent Head Coach John Sciera was heard, yelling "good save" and "nice stop" to Saxby to which the senior simply said, "Thank you, sir.". BOX SCORE] More photos are in the gallery.

Canandaigua travelled to Corning (Section IV) and won a close 5-4 game against the Hawks. Five different CA players recorded one point and senior middie Dom Comella added 2g. Sophomore goalie made 8s/4ga (67%) for the Braves. Corning's Kelly DuPree had 2g and Eric Reazor made 16s for the Hawks (3-1). Canandaigua (3-0) will play Irondequoit on Monday.[BOX SCORE]

The coaches' preseason poll said the Class D finals would see Penn Yan and Pal-Mac as contestants and that the Mustangs would win and, in perhaps a preview, today, they did just that. Holding the Red Raiders to two first quarter goals, the Mustangs scored three goals in the first two quarters and three more after the halftime break to take the 9-2.Lakers at Pride Pal-Mac junior goalie Will Nichols made an impressive 14s/9ga (61%) but Penn Yan goalie also had a good day with 92/2ga (82%). Pal-Mac junior faceoff specialist Quinn Nolan also provided a highlight with 11/15 (73%) winning draws. Penn Yan senior A/M Devon Gerhardt had 2g-4a and his classmate Ayden Mowry added 4g-1a to pace the Mustangs (4-0) who will play Wayne on Tuesday. Next up for Pal-Mac is Aquinas also on Tuesday.[BOX SCORE]

Geneva fought back from a 5-4 half with five goals in the fourth quarter to defeat host Aquinas 10-7. The game was tied three times. Geneva scored was balanced with Ryan Brown (2g-2a) and Kaleb Waters and Daniel Write both adding 3g-1a for the Panthers. Aquinas had scoring from seven players. Joey Sciorting (2g-1a), Zach Kelsey (2g) and Noah Olbrich (2a) led for the Little Irish.[BOX SCORE]

McQuaid played a close game with St. Joseph's (Section VI) starting with a 2-2 first quarter. In the second quarter the Knights outscored the Marauders 4-2 which was the difference in the 10-8 victory. Senior attackman Max Ettinghausen scored 5g and senior middie Cam Hocker added 3g for the Knights in their season opener. Senior faceoff specialist Jack Miller won 14/18 draws and senior goalie Connor Winters recorded 9s/8ga (53%). The Knights will play Bishop Kearney on Tuesday. Stats for St. Joseph's was unavailable at post time.[BOX SCORE]

Brighton at SpencerportAfter a close first quarter that ended in a 2-2 tie, Spencerport scored six unanswered goals extending into the third quarter until Brighton's Olin Stanat scored an unassisted goal with 2:50 left. After three quarters the Rangers were up 9-3. Brighton outscored Spencerport 3-2 in the final stanza but the Rangers celebrated the 11-6 victory at home. Eight players made the offensive book for Spencerport. The list was led by senior midfielder Connor Mesh with 2g-4a and freshman attackman Anthony Rodriguez with 3g-1a. Senior goalie Adam Birkbeck made 10s (62%). Five Brighton players made their book with senior attackman Olin Stanat (2g-2a) and senior midfielder Sam Tourangeau (2g-1a) leading the list. Spencerport advances to 4-0 and will play Gates Chili on Monday. Brighton will play Bishop Kearney, also on Monday.[BOX SCORE] More photos are in the gallery.

Bath won their first game of the season this afternoon with an 18-3 victory at Newark. Junior attackman Jamie O`Neil led the Rams with 6g-5a) while his classmate, midfielder Brady Dickson added 2g-4a. Senior midfielder Hunter Cupp added 5g and won 18/21 draws for the Rams who play Bloomfield-Honeoye on Tuesday. Newark will play Geneva on Tuesday.[BOX SCORE]

Ten players from Wayne made the scorebook as the Eagles took a 13-1 win at Waterloo this afternoon. Senior A/M Andy Hamel led the list with 4g-2a. Goaltending duties were handled by Jack Acker 2s/1ga (67%) in 27 mins, Noah Gauvin 1s/0ga (100%) in 13 mins and Dylan Coene 0s/0ga in8 mins. Wayne will play Penn Yan on Tuesday. There was no report from Waterloo at post time.[BOX SCORE]

Marcus Whitman improved their record to 5-0 with a 13-2 win against visiting Gananda this morning. Senior A/M Ryan Herod scored 6g-4a, boosting his record this season on 23g-18a. Sophomore midfielder Connor Gorton added 2g-3a and Austin Smith won 15/18 draws for the Wildcats who will play Batavia on Monday. Sophomore Cohyn Reisman and Drew Smith each scored once for Gananda who will play Aquinas on Monday.[BOX SCORE]


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Herod Scores for Whitman with 8 Seconds On Clock

In a rainy-muddy game played on Thursday afternoon, Marcus Whitman's Ryan Herod scored the game winning goal with 0:08 left on the clock to give the Wildcats an 8-7 win over Wayne. This was only the second time in history that the Wildcats had defeated the Eagles (the last time was 2012). Herod was demonstrative in the game and finished with 2g-3a. For Wayne, Nate Michel was equally as impressive with 3g-2a. The Wildcats increased to 4-0 on the season with Wayne recording their first loss (2-1). Both see action again tomorrow with Wayne facing Mynderse and Marcus Whitman facing Gananda. STORY CONTINUES HERE. [BOX SCORE]

Marcus Whitman at WayneSenior midfielder Connor Mesh scored 5g and led the team in ground ball production with 8gbs to help the Spencerport Rangers in their 16-8 win over visiting Rush-Henrietta today. Nine other players scored one or two points. The Royal Comets scored the last five goals in the game. Junior midfielder Killian Ceci scored 2g-1a to lead the R-H offense.[BOX SCORE]

Churchville-Chili freshman attackman Colin Duncan scored the first goal of the game, but then it was all Penfield, who after forcing the 1-1 tie went ahead and stayed there for the rest of the game. Senior attackman Jackson Saulpaugh led the Patriots offense with 3g-4a and junior attackman Alec Constable added 3g-1a. Securing ball time for Penfield way faceoff specialist John Richiusa won 21/23 draws and junior goalkeeper Seamus Hand had 9s/5ga (74%). Churchville-Chili midfielder Patrick Mitchell led the Saints with 3g-1a. [BOX SCORE]

Eight different players made the scorebook for Greece tonight as they defeated Brockport 15-6 tonight. Senior attackman Brandon Pignato scored 3g-3a and senior midfielder Logan Yates added 3g-2a for the Storm (2-1). Senior goalie Owen Infantino recorded 8s/4ga (67%) for the Storm who play Churchville-Chili on Monday. Senior attackman Cole Beardsley led the Blue Devils in scoring with 2g-2a and junior goalie Antonio DiEngeniis made 15s/15ga (50%). Brockport will play R-H on Monday. [BOX SCORE]

Marcus Whitman at WayneIrondequoit scored seven unanswered goals in the first quarter and led 9-2 at the half on their way to defeat Hilton 13-8. Senior midfielder Matthew Mojsej lead the Cadets scored 5g-1a. In the Hilton goal, Clayton Duford went 0s/8ga in 14 mins and Jason Mosher went 12s/5ga (71%) in his 34 mins. There was no report from Irondequoit at post time. [BOX SCORE]

Pittsford travelled to Webster where they defeated Schroeder 16-3 tonight. Tyler Gould and Brady Ruffalo each scored once for the Warriors while Nick Hauman added 1g-1a. There was no report from Pittsford at post time. [BOX SCORE]

Senior attackman Ethan Knauf scored for Gates Chili who lost tonight to HF-L with a scored on 17-1. There was no report from HF-L at post time. [BOX SCORE]

East United-Eastridge won their first game of the season with a 13-2 win over Batavia tonight. Six players made the scorebook but leading the charge were Freshman attackman Oliver Grisdale who recorded 2g-5a and junior midfielder Armel N`Dobi who scored 5g. Goaltending duties were handled by Ronald Dietz 7s/1ga (88%) in 42 mins and Ethan Wright 3s/1ga (75%) in his 6 mins. There was no report from Batavia at post time. [BOX SCORE]


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Two Competitive games and More Mismatches

Saturday: DAY IN REVIEW: The season is one week old and there continues to be many mismatches. There were two more shutouts today, but the Penn Yan at Geneva was exciting for most of the game and the Aquinas at Bath could have gone either way.

Penn Yan at GenevaAquinas scored the first four goals of the game and held off a late push by Bath to defeat the Rams 11-9. The eleventh goal was scored as time expired, and Bath was in the game until the final seconds. There was standout play by Joey Sciortino (3g) and Zach Kelsey (2g-4a) for the Little Irish and Brady Dickson (3g-1a) and Jamie O`Neil (2g-3a) for the Rams. THE COMPETE STORY CONTINUES.    [BOX SCORE]

The first half of the Penn Yan at Geneva looked like the game would go either way as both teams scored two goals in the first quarter and four goals in the second, resulting in a 6-6 tie. Penn Yan coaches Brian Hobart and Harry Queener must have had some "powerful suggestions" to their charges as the boys came out in the second half and scored four goals in the third and five more in the fourth, while holding the Panthers to one goal in each stanza. Senior midfielder Max Brodmann, who is averaging five goals per game in the first three outings, led the team with 6g.His classmate Devon Gerhardt matched his points with 3g-3a. Geneva senior midfielder Nate Askin scored 3g-1a and Mike Guinan added 2g for the Panthers (2-2). They will play Aquinas on Saturday and the Mustangs (3-0) will play what some consider their biggest rival for the championship when the travel to Pal-Mac on Saturday.[BOX SCORE] More photos are in the gallery.

Penn Yan at Geneva Sophomore A/M Jackson McEnerney led the group of ten players making the offensive scorebook as Livonia-Avon defeated Newark 19-3 at Livonia tonight. Junior midfielder Justin Skelly had 4g-1a and his classmate Derrick Wigley added 3g-2a for the Lakers (2-3). Goaltending duties were split between Matt Beachel 6s/3ga (67%) in 36 mins, Nic Teachout 2s/0ga (100%) in 9 mins, and Jackson Herman 0s/0ga in 3 mins. Senior faceoff specialist Trevor Allen won 12/20 (60%) of his draws. Newark senior attackman scored 2g and Aaron Spencer added the third goal for the Reds (1-2) who will play Bath on Saturday while the Lakers will play Bloomfield-Honeoye.[BOX SCORE]

A strong Wayne team won their second game as they beat visiting Midlakes-Red Jacket 15-2 this afternoon. A dozen players made the offensive book for the Eagles and only two recorded more than three points. Junior Noah Means had 3g-2a and Merrick Bosch added 3g-1a. Jack Acker had 2s/0ga in his 27 mins in the cage. There was no report from Midlakes-Red Jacket at post time.[BOX SCORE]

Penn Yan at GenevaAfter a 2-1 first quarter, Gananda buckled down and scored twelve more goals while holding Bloomfield-Honeoye to three. Blue Panther sophomore midfielder scored 3g-1a as did his classmate Cohyn Reisman while sophomore attackman Drew Smith posted 4g-1a for Gananda (2-0). According to a report filed by Gananda Max Willix scored all three goals for the Pride who will take on Livonia-Avon on Saturday. The Blue Panthers will play Marcus Whitman on Saturday. There was no report from Bloomfield-Honeoye at post time.[BOX SCORE]

Senior goalie Gino Poretta was a bright spot for Mynderse as he made 30s/16ga (65%), but Pal-Mac junior goalie got the shut out with 3s/0ga (100%) as the Red Raiders won 16-0 at home. Scoring mega points were junior Logan Babcock who posted 8g-1a and his classmate Damian Knaak with 3g-4a. Quinn Nolan Sam Wizeman combined for 16/19 face offs for Pal-Mac who will play a highly billed game with Penn Yan on Saturday. Mynderse will face Wayne on Saturday.[BOX SCORE]

Goaltenders Robert Craine 2s/0ga (100%) in 24 mins and Blake Dunton 0s/0ga in 24 mins combined for the shutout as Marcus Whitman defeated Waterloo 17-0. Eleven players made the scorebook for the Wildcats. Leading the scoring were senior Ryan Herod with 3g-4a and junior Connor Tomion with 3g-2a. The Wildcats will play Wayne on Friday. Next up for Waterloo is Midlakes-Red Jacket on Saturday.[BOX SCORE]


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Fairport Wins First Meeting with Pittsford

Wednesday: DAY IN REVIEW:In one of the few non-mismatched games this year, Fairport travelled to Pittsford in what the preseason coaches' poll said will be the Class A finals and as they predicted, Fairport won this one, but despite the 10-7 game it really could have gone either way. Read the story here. More pictures are available in the gallery.

Hilton at VictorIn another Class A matchup Victor hosted Hilton (2-1) in their season opener and took the 13-8 win. The teams were tied at 3-3 at the end of the first quarter and then the Cadets scored four goals in the second and went into the halftime break up 7-5. There must have been some halftime speech by first year Head Coach Dan Stone, as the Blue Devils came out of the break holding Hilton to just one goal in the fourth quarter while their offense scored eight goals. Senior midfielder Keagen Grim lead the Cadets in goals with 3g and his classmate Matthew Mojsej scored 2g-1a. Hilton will play Irondequoit on Friday and Victor will play Christian Brothers Academy (Section III) on Monday. There was no report from Victor at post time.[BOX SCORE] More pictures are available in the gallery.

It was Class A day, as Greece Storm hosted Rush-Henrietta and won the battle 14-10 in what was a game of halves. Greece outscored The Royal Comets 6-2 in the first quarter and 5-2 in the second to take an 11-4 lead into halftime. In the third quarter R-H came alive and scored five goals while holding Greece to 1 and in the fourth quarter it was 2-1 Greece. The Storm had eight players make the offensive book. Leading them were Senior attackman Brandon Pignato with 4g-3a and senior midfielder Logan Yates who added 3g-2a. The Royal Comets had five players on the book. Junior middie Killian Ceci had 3g-2a and his classmate Chase Petschke added 3g. Senior goalie Owen Mix and junior goalie Isaac Craft combined for thirteen saves for R-H who will play Spencerport on Friday while Greece plays Brockport.[BOX SCORE]

Hilton at VictorIn the battle of Webster, Thomas defeated Schroeder 17-2. The Titans scored the first goal and never lost the lead. Neither team scored in the last quarter. Junior midfielder Nick Hauman scored 2g for the Warriors who were playing their season opener. Eight players from Thomas made the scorebook. Leading the pack was junior attackmen David Petz with 3g-4a and Evan Pashalidis with 6g. Senior midfielder Ryan Prine added 6a. In the cage were Ethan Ruller with 7s/3ga (70%) in 33 mins and Owen Dalberth with 4s/0ga (100%) in 15 mins. Thomas (3-0) will play Fairport on Saturday. Schroeder will play Pittsford on Friday.[BOX SCORE]

Penfield held the Spartans scoreless until the third quarter on their way to a 17-3 win over Gates Chili. Thirteen different players scored for the Patriots. Leading the list was junior attackman Alec Constable who racked up 6g-1a. Senior attackman Jackson Saulpaugh added 1g-5a and faceoff specialist Sam Schlifke won 13/16 (81%) of his draws for Penfield (2-0). Three different players scored a single goal for the Spartans (1-2) who will play HF-L on Friday. Next up for the Patriots is Churchville-Chili.[BOX SCORE]

Churchville-Chili scored the first seven goals in their 16-2 victory over visiting Brockport this afternoon. Senior attackman Cole Beardsley scored both goals for the Blue Devils. Freshman attackman Colin Duncan tallied 6g-1a and senior midfielder Patrick Mitchell posted 3g-6a. Senior midfielder Patrick Mitchell added 3g-6a for the Saints in their season opener. Junior goalie Chris TerHaar made 7s/2ga (78%) for the Saints while Antonio DiEngeniis made 14s for the Blue Devils who will play the Greece Storm on Friday while Churchville-Chili plays Penfield.[BOX SCORE]

Fairport at PittsfordSenior attackman Matt Blythe recorded 4g-4a to lead Honeoye Falls-Lima in their 15-3 win over visiting East United-Eastridge tonight. Eleven different players helped in the effort. Freshman attackman Oliver Grisdale had 1g-1a to lead the visitors. Freshman goalie Ethan Wright played in the last quarter and made 2s/2ga. His classmate Ronald Dietz did the heavy lifting in the first three quarters and made 8s for EU-E who will play Batavia on Friday while HF-L (2-2) plays Gates Chili.[BOX SCORE]

It was a first for Spencerport as they defeated Irondequoit 13-3 at home. Although the first quarter resulted in a 2-2 tie, the Rangers scored five unanswered goals in the second to take a 7-2 into the halftime break. While Spencerport held the Eagles to a single second half goal, the Rangers added six more. Goaltender Adam Birkbeck recorded 12s (80%) and the offensive goals were spread between eight players. Leading the pack were senior midfielder Connor Mesh (2g-4a), senior attackman Tyler Gostling (4g) and senior middie Jacob Zimmerman (3g-1a). Three different players scored a single goal for Irondequoit while senior goalie Charles Chodack turned away 13s (50%). Spencerport (2-0) will play Rush-Henrietta on Friday while Irondequoit takes on Hilton.[BOX SCORE]

Canandaigua scored six unanswered goals in the first half and then played it even as they coasted to a 10-4 win against visiting Brighton. Sophomore goalie Jack Faiola recorded 10s/4ga (71%) while at the other end of the field senior attackman Sam Bennett scored 4g-1a to lead the five players making the scorebook for the Braves. Faceoffs, however, went to the Bruins as Sam Tourangeau won 14/20 draws. Four different Brighton player each scored one goal while goalies Thomas D`Angelo 11s/10ga (52%) in 46 mins, Paul Runge 1s/0ga (100%) in 2 mins shared time in the goal. Next up for Brighton is Spencerport on Saturday while CA will play Corning. [BOX SCORE]


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Two Late Goals Give Aquinas the Win

Tuesday: DAY IN REVIEW: Livonia-Avon travelled to Aquinas tonight in the closest game of the day. After a 3-3 tie at the end of the first quarter, Livonia scored three unanswered goals to lead at the half 6-3. The Lakers led most of the game as they ended the third quarter up 8-6. The last quarter was all Aquinas as they outscored the visitors 5-1. Waterloo at WayneSenior midfielder Zach Kelsey score three of his seven goals at the end of the game including the game winner. Junior attackman Ryan Firmstone added 3g  and in the cage senior Gavin Conlan made 17s (65%) for Aquinas. Junior Derrick Wigley (2g-3a) and his classmate Justin Skelly (2g2a) led the Laker offense. Aquinas will play Bath on Thursday while Livonia plays Newark. [BOX SCORE]

Newark led 14-4 at the half and cruised to a 20-5 win over visiting Batavia. Senior attackman Bryson Croft and sophomore attackman Preston Steve each scored 4g-4a and senior midfielder Brandon McNeil added 3g-4a. They were among the twelve players making the scorebook for the Reds. Senior midfielder Devon Harmon won 22/23 face offs and junior goalie Caleb George Cady made 6s (55%). Junior attackman Noah Burke scored 2g and sophomore midfielder Alexander Bartz had 2a for the Blue Devils who will play East United-Eastridge on Friday.Waterloo at Wayne Newark will play Livonia-Avon on Thursday. [BOX SCORE]

Pal-Mac increased their record to 2-0 with a win 20-3 victory at Midlakes this afternoon. Four players scored at least five points for the Raiders. Sophomore attackman Mike Halsey had 2g-5a and junior A/M Riley Lich added 4g-3a. Junior midfielder Quinn Nolan won 17/18 faceoffs (94%). Junior goalie Will Nichols (3s/1ga=75%) and freshman Peyton Lich (4s/2ga=67%) shared time in the goal for Pal-Mac. No report from Midlakes-Red Jacket at post time. [BOX SCORE]

Marcus Whitman outscored Bloomfield-Honeoye 13-2 in the first half and ended the game with a score of 21-2 in Finger Lakes play at Bloomfield. A dozen players made the scorebook which was led by senior A/M Ryan Herod with 5g-6a and junior A/M Connor Tomion who added 5g for the Wildcats. Senior face off specialist Austin Smith won 20/21 draws and Jordan LaHue (9gbs) and Zack Lovejoy (11gbs), both defensemen/long stick middies led the ground ball effort for Whitman who will play Waterloo on Thursday. For Bloomfield-Honeoye, JD Allen and Max Willix each scored 1g and Jake Colf added an assist for the Pride who will play Gananda on Thursday [BOX SCORE]

Waterloo at WayneWayne scored the first goal and never looked back in their 15-2 win over visiting Waterloo this afternoon. Senior goalie Jack Acker had 5s/2ga(71%) in 31 mins and freshman goalie Noah Gauvin had 2s/0ga(100%) in 17 mins. A dozen players made the scorebook which was led by senior A/M Alex Bolt who had 6a and senior Andy Hamel who added 3g-1a for the Eagles. They will play Midlakes-Red Jacket on Thursday. There was no report from Waterloo at post time. [BOX SCORE]

Game photos are in the gallery.

Geneva used a steady run of goals in the first three quarters and went home from Mynderse with a 14-0 shutout. Junior goalie Garrett Kayser 2s/0ga(100%) played for 36 mins and junior Luvon Boykins 0s/0ga finished the game for the Panthers. Sophomore attackman Ryan Brown scored 3g-4a and Aiden Eighmey and Max Miller each scored 4g-1a for Geneva. Mynderse senior goalie Gino Poretta recorded 15s/14ga(52%) for the Blue Devils who have Pal-Mac on Thursday. Geneva plays Penn Yan also on Thursday. [BOX SCORE]

Bath was able to play close with Penn Yan in the first quarter which ended with the Mustangs up 3-2, but Penn Yan took off after that and finished with a 15-7 win at home tonight. Nine players scored points for the Mustangs. Leading the list were seniors A/M Devon Gerhardt who had 2g-5a and Ayden Mowry who had 5g-2a. Five players from the Rams each scored 1g and junior attackman Jamie O`Neil scored 2g-3a for Bath in their season opener. Next up for Bath is Aquinas on Thursday a while Penn Yan plays Geneva. [BOX SCORE]


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Five Mismatches on Monday

Monday: DAY IN REVIEW: There were six games played on Monday and five were mismatches.

In the closest game today, four goals in the last stanza were the pretty much the difference as HF-L defeated Livonia-Avon 12-7 at home. The Cougars led 3-1 after the first quarter and 6-4 at the half. After outscoring the Lakers 2-1 in the first, they added 4-2 in the last quarter. Junior attackman Matt Blythe led in scoring with 5g-1a and his classmate Chase Perryman added four more goals. For the Lakers, Newark at WhitmanJustin Skelly scored 2g-3a and Jackson McEnerney added 3g while sophomore goalie Trevor Reese made 12s (50%). HF-L will play East United-Eastridge on Wednesday and Livonia-Avon will play Aquinas tomorrow. [BOX SCORE]

Gates Chili travelled to Rush-Henrietta where the Royal Comets took control quickly in their season opener and posted a 17-3 victory. Nine different players made the offensive book for R-H which was led by junior midfielder Chase Petschke with 3g-3a and senior attackman Tommy LaRocca with 4g-2a. R-H junior goalie Isaac Craft made 5s (62%). Senior attackman Ethan Knauf had 2g-1a for the Spartans (1-1) who will play Penfield on Wednesday. R-H will play the Greece Storm on Wednesday. [BOX SCORE] Game photos are in the gallery.

Nine players helped in the scoring for Gananda when they travelled to Batavia to beat the Blue Devils 18-1. Sophomore offensiveman Cohyn Reisman recorded 7g-1a and Brock Chasey scored 3g-5a to lead the Blue Panthers. Senior goalie Gavin Britton had a shutout with 6s in his three quarters in the cage. Senior midfielder Dawaundrick Murrell scored for Batavia who will play Newark tomorrow. Next up for Gananda is Bloomfield-Honeoye on Thursday. [BOX SCORE]

Thomas and Irondequoit played a close first quarter, but then the Titans took off, scoring eight unanswered goals and coasted to a 14-5 win on the road. Ten players from Thomas made the scorebook with junior attackman David Petz setting the pace with 4g-2a and his classmate Evan Pashalidis adding 3g-1a. Senior goalie Ethan Ruller made 11s (79%) in forty-five minutes in the goal.Newark at Whitman Five different Irondequoit players each scored one goal and senior attackman Ronnie Garrow had 1g-1a for the Eagles. Senior goalie Charles Chodack made 15s (52%) for Irondequoit who will play Spencerport on Wednesday while Thomas is playing Schroeder.[BOX SCORE]

Hilton scored six goals in the first quarter and six more before the half as they took a 17-5 victory at Brockport. Steven Miller (2g) and Chris Parker (1g-1a) each scored two points for the Blue Devils and junior goalie Antonio DiEngeniis recorded 19s (55%) for Brockport (0-2) who will play Churchville-Chili on Thursday. There was no report from Hilton at post-time. [BOX SCORE]

Spencerport travelled to Greece where they scored eight first quarter goals and held the Storm to one goal in the first three quarters before finishing with a 1702 win. Ten players made the offensive book with Justin Schnauber scoring 3g-4a, Cameron Mesh adding 1g-5a and Connor Mesh adding 1g-5a for the Rangers. Next up for Spencerport is Irondequoit on Wednesday. There was no report from the Storm at post-time. [BOX SCORE]


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Two Sunday Games

Sunday: DAY IN REVIEW: There were two unusual Sunday games played in the first week of the 2021 season. Canandaigua travelled to Geneva where the Braves scored six goals in the first quarter on their way to a 12-3 victory over the Panthers. Nine different Canandaigua players made the offensive book with no one scoring more than three points. Sophomore face off midfielder, Luke McCrobie won 15/15 faceoffs and Jack Faiola (2s/2ga) and Zach Dreisbach (2s/1ga) split the time in the goal. Aiden Eighmey had 1g-1a and Nate Askin had 2a for Geneva and Garrett Kayser made 14 saves. Canandaigua will play at Brighton on Wednesday and Geneva will play Mynderse on Tuesday.  [BOX SCORE] Game photos are in the gallery.

Pittsford won their 2021 season opener against St. Joseph's from Section VI with a score of 12-11. There was no report from Pittsford.


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After Half-time Penfield Scores Five for Win

Saturday: DAY IN REVIEW: There were five games played on Saturday and most were mismatches.

Marcus Whitman christened their new stadium field with a 14-1 win over Newark. Senior Ryan Herod scored 7g-1a for the Wildcats. Newark senior midfielder Brandon McNeil scored the Reds goal and junior goalie Caleb George Cady recorded 17s (57%). Marcus Whitman will play Bloomfield-Honeoye on Tuesday while Newark plays Batavia. [BOX SCORE] Game photos are in the gallery.


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Day two: Hilton and Gates Win Openers

Friday: DAY IN REVIEW: There wer two games played on a cold night with some rain, and in Brighton, some snow flakes. Hilton stayed close the entire game and didn't take their first lead until 4:02 left in the game as they won a 12-11 at Brighton. Their strong win was on the backs of Devin Kluth (2g-2a) and Matthew Mojsej (2g-3a). Brighton's stand-out performance was from Sam Tourangeau at the draw (20/25) and on offense (2g-2a). Scoring was led by Olin Stanat with 3g-3a for the Bruins. The story Continues and [BOX SCORE]

Gates Chili won their opener as they hosted East United-Eastridge 10-1. Leading the Spartans was senior attackman Brady Knauf who was in on seventy percent of the offense with 4g-3a. Seven others made the offensive scorebook. Junior goalie Nathan Weise made 6s for an 86% day in the cage for Gates Chili who will play Rush-Henrietta on Monday. Oliver Grisdale scored for East United-Eastridge with an assist from Noah Ellis. The Eagles will have a few days off before playing HF-L on Wednesday.[BOX SCORE]

More photos are in the gallery.


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Opening Day 2021

Thursday: DAY IN REVIEW: It was opening day after a year without lacrosse and all four games today were mismatches. Bloomfield-Honeoye scored first in their opener at Waterloo and never lost the lead in what was a close game until in the last stanza, the Pride scored four unanswered goals. Junior midfielder JD Allen left the game with 6g-1a and senior attackman Max Willix had 2g-3a to lead the scoring. For Waterloo, sophomore attackman Nathan Costantino and junior midfielder Peter Shangraw each had 2g-1a for Waterloo who gets a few days off before player Wayne on Tuesday.


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Fairport, Canandaigua, Geneva and Penn Yan Top Poll

Head coaches from all thirty-five Section V teams were invited to participate in a preseason poll, asking the question, which teams will be in the finals and which team will win.

Class A: Fairport (41) - Pittsford (26) - McQuaid Jesuit (9) - Hilton (1)

Class B: Canandaigua (32) - Victor (20) - Thomas (10) - Penfield (4) - Churchville-Chili (2)

Class C:  Geneva (44) - Wayne (19) - HF-L (10) - Livonia-Avon (1)

Class D: Penn Yan (43) - Pal-Mac (25) - Marcus Whitman (2) - Aquinas (2)

Penn YanIn Class A seventeen coaches picked Fairport to win and fourteen said that Pittsford would be runner-up.

Class B is very competitive, and the results were a bit more spread out. Twelve coaches Canandaigua to win and nine picked Victor to win, but there was interest in Thomas.

Class C went clearly to Geneva who received twenty votes for the championship with Wayne showing up as the runner-up. There was strong support for Honeoye Falls-Lima as a potential runner-up as well.

There was no surprise in Class D where Penn Yan was picked by twenty coaches to win and Pal-Mac received nineteen votes as the runner-up.

Polls are fun, but in the end, game results is what matters. Let the fun begin.


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The 2021 Season is Underway

The first week of practice is nearly done and there is a great deal of excitement as players and coaches take to the field in preparation for the first scholastic games since June of 2019.

We have posted twenty previews thus far this week. They are the result of our work along with information provided by the head coaches of twenty four of the 35 coaches in the section. We are still looking forward to eleven more in the next few days. Below are quick links to the stories that have been written, those that will be posted shortly and those that still need reports from coaches. An * Indicates that a team preview will be posted soon.

Class A Stories:
East United-Eastridge - Fairport - Greece Storm - Hilton - McQuaid Jesuit - Pittsford - Rush-Henrietta

Class B Stories:
Brighton - Brockport - Canandaigua - Churchville-Chili - Gates Chili - Irondequoit - Penfield - Schroeder - Spencerport - Thomas - Victor

Class C Stories:
Batavia - Geneva - HF-L - Livonia-Avon - Midlakes-Red Jacket - Newark - Wayne

Class D Stories:
Aquinas - Bath - Bishop Kearney - Bloomfield-Honeoye - Gananda - Marcus Whitman - Mynderse - Pal-Mac - Penn Yan - Waterloo

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