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Eight Close Games: Victor Over Nisky in OT

DAY IN REVIEW: SATURDAY - There were 16 games played today and 8 were close ones. Baldwinsville defeated Canandaigua 5-4. Wayne was a 12-10 winner over Bloomfield-Honeoye and Hilton was a 8-7 winner over Horseheads. Aquinas defeated Canisius by a score of 8-7. Greece Storm defeated Eden by a score of 8-6. Victor was a 10-9 winner over Niskayuna. Penn Yan was a 4-3 winner over Clarence and West Genesee was a 10-8 winner over Penfield. 

Niskayuna at VictorCANANDAIGUA-4 at BALDWINSVILLE-5 - The Bees won their third game from Section V when they defeated Canandaigua today. Earlier in the season they beat Irondequoit (by one goal) and Thomas and in their last six meetings with CA they have a 6-0 record (since 2005). Baldwinsville took an early lead and went into halftime up 4-1. The teams each scored one goal in the third and the Gray Wolves mounted a comeback with two unanswered goals in the last stanza. Scoring for Baldwinsvile were

Leading the scoring for Wayne were Junior offensiveman Tas Strickland (5g-1a), Senior midfielder PJ Ostrowski (3g-1a), and Senior midfielder Alex Garrow (1g-2a). In the goal for Wayne was junior Logan Phillips with 15s/10ga = 60% (48 mins). Scoring for Bloomfield-Honeoye (2-1) were Senior offensiveman Jonathan Nelson (5g), Senior attackman Liam Roach (1g-2a), and Junior attackman John Blair (1g-1a). Facing off for Bloomfield-Honeoye was junior Cody Whittaker with 14+/11- = 56%.    [ BOX SCORE

Niskayuna at VictorNISKAYUNA-9 at VICTOR-10 in overtime - Senior attackman Christian Besaw scored the overtime game winner for Victor with an assist from Jack Herendeen with 00:02:42 left in overtime. The game was close throughout and saw four ties and although the Silver Warriors held a one goal advantage in each of the first two quarters, the Blue Devils outscored Nisky 3-1 in the second half. Niskayuna left 9-8 with 9:31 left in the game, but Herendeed tied the game with 24 seconds left in regulation. Leading the scoring for Victor (2-2) were Herendeen (2g-4a),Christian Besaw (3g), and Aiden Clinkscales (2g). Facing off for Victor was 8th grader Eli Ricci with 7+/4- = 64%. Scoring for Niskayuna (2-2) were Aiden Clark (1g), Sami Chowdhery(2g), John Mooney (1g), Tanner Williams (2g-2a), Fillon Licht (2g, Havian Abdu (1g).  [ BOX SCORE]   - - More images in the photo gallery. 

Niskayuna at VictorCHURCHVILLE-CHILI-15 at BROCKPORT-4 - The Saints took an early lead and never looked back. Leading the scoring for Churchville-Chili (2-2) were senior attackman Colin Duncan (12g-0a), who set a new school record for goals in a game, passing the Buck boys (Aaron in 2014) and Jacob (in 2017) who held the previous record at 8. Also scoring were Cameron Gefell (5a), Dominic Hoch (2g-3a), and Matthew Mitchell (4a). Senior Patrick Hoff scored his first Varsity goal for the Saints. Facing off for Churchville-Chili was senior Cameron Gefell with 4+/1- = 80%, and sophomore Isaac Bailey with 12+/5- = 71%. In the goal for Churchville-Chili was senior Beckham Clancy with 6s/4ga = 60% (48 mins). Scoring for Brockport were sophomore attackman Ryan Miller (2g), Tyler Davis (1a), Mason Schram (1a), Thomas Bruno (1g), and Tyler Houseman (1g) who score his first Varsity goal for Brockport. 8th grade goalie James Newton was credited with 19s/15ga = 56% (48 mins).     [ BOX SCORE

PAL-MAC-13 at CHENAGO FORKS-5 - Chenango Forks took an early lead and led at the half 5-3, but after the break the Red Raiders came alive scoring ten unanswered goals in the second half. Leading the scoring for Pal-Mac (4-0) were freshman offensiveman Jackson Dennie (8g-0a), senior offensiveman Keagan Hoesterey (2g-3a), and 8th grade attackman Max Hill (1g-2a). Hoesterey reached his 100th assist in the gam while faceoff specialist Luke VanGorden went 15+/7- = 68%. In the goal for Pal-Mac Peyton Lich recorded 16s/5ga = 76% (48 mins).  There was no information for Chenago Forks at post-time.    [ BOX SCORE

Penfield at West GeneseeHORSEHEADS-7 at HILTON-8 in overtime - Junior midfielder Braydon Pike (2g-1a) scoring the game winner in overtime for the Cadets in their first victory of the season. Scoring for Hilton were Freshman attackman Gianluca Auriuso (2g-1a), Junior midfielder Braydon Pike (2g-1a), Senior attackman Kevin Bell (1g), Senior face off midfielder Michael Mitrano (1a), Sophomore midfielder Anthony Mitrano (1g), Sophomore midfielder Jack Palmer (1g), Senior midfielder Luke Lockhart (1a), and Freshman midfielder Tyler Reger (1g). Facing off for Hilton was junior Drew O`Buck with 6+/5- = 55%.  There was no information for Horseheads at post-time.    [ BOX SCORE

GANANDA-2 at LIVONIA-AVON-11 - The Lakers had a 5-1 lead at the half. Leading the scoring for Livonia-Avon (2-2) were Max McEnerney (3g-2a), Nikolai Hanna (1g-2a), and 8th grader Will Schweitzer (2g). Freshman face off midfielder Rider VanZandt, Sophomore offensiveman Nikolai Hanna, Sophomore offensiveman Jacob Kershner, 8th grade offensiveman Will Schweitzer, and Junior offensiveman Henry Walters each scored their first Varsity goals for the Lakers. Goalkeeper Colton Rose had 4s/2ga = 67% (36 mins), and Ayden Szymanski made 2s/0ga = 100% (12 mins).  Leading the scoring for Gananda were midfielder Brody Daciw (1g) who scored his first Varsity Goal, Brayden Dohse (1a), and Jacob Michaels (1g). Sophomore goalie Nick Falso recorded 18s/11ga = 62% (48 mins). Penfield at West GeneseeGananda will host Mynderse on Thursday and the Lakers will play at Midlakes on Tuesday.     [ BOX SCORE

AQUINAS-8 at CANISIUS-7 - Aquinas trailed 6-2 going into the fourth quarter at Canisius high School. Tano Auriuso scored the 5th goal of the final quarter for AQ with a feed from Noah Olbrich to tie the game at seven with six seconds left in regulation. In overtime, sophomore goalie Jake Gibson made a point blank save off a breakaway and then Tano Auriuso fed Noah Olbrich off a double team for the winning goal. Leading the scoring for Aquinas (5-2) were Auriuso (4g-1a), Noah Olbrich (1g-2a), and Gio Valerie (2g). In the goal for Aquinas Gibson was credited with 9s/7ga = 56% (50 mins).   There was no information for Canisius at post-time.    [ BOX SCORE

BRIGHTON-4 at CORNING-8 - The Hawks held a 3-1 lead at halftime and the teams both scored two in the third quarter.  Scoring for Brighton were Junior midfielder Gavin Parks (2g-1a), Junior defenseman Trevor Serve (1g), Senior midfielder Sam Slaninka (1g), and Freshman midfielder Tim Tourangeau (1a). Henry Werzinger faced off for Brighton with 9+/5- = 64%.  There was no information available for Corning at post-time.    [ BOX SCORE

Penfield at West GeneseePENFIELD-8 at WEST GENESEE-10 - Although the Wildcats took an early lead, the game saw ties in the first, second and third quarters. Leading the scoring for Penfield (4-2) were Senior midfielder Adam Schembri (3g), Senior attackman Zach Shores (2g), and Senior attackman Ethan Aust (1g). Penfield goalkeeper Mason Schembri recorded 15s/10ga = 60% (48 mins).  Scoring for West Genesee were Nolan Bellotti(3g-1a), Jake McMahon (3g), Teshale Kelly (1a), Chace Cogan (1g), Nash Oudemool (1g), and Charlie Lockwood (2g-2a). Facing off was Jonah Vormwald (15+/6-=71%).   [ BOX SCORE

GREECE STORM-8 at EDEN-6 - Greece Senior goalie Jonathan Bucciarelli reached his 600th save with his 17 saves/6ga = 74% (48 mins). Scoring for Greece Storm were Senior attackman Aiden Early (2g-2a), Sophomore attackman James Maccallini (2g-1a), and Sophomore offensiveman Jackson Pioli (1g). Facing off for Greece Storm was Sophomore Eric Odell with 14+/2- = 88%, and Junior Carter Fabian with 1+/0- = 100%. There was no information available for Eden at post-time.    [ BOX SCORE

Clarence at Penn YanMYNDERSE-14 at NEWARK-7 - The Blue Devils led 9-4 at the half. Leading the scoring for Mynderse (2-2) were Junior attackman Griffin Hilimire (6g-1a), Senior midfielder Dylan Tandle (2g-3a), and Junior attackman Jack Brady (3g). Leading the scoring for Newark were Sophomore offensiveman Sam Underhill (3g-1a), Senior attackman Devon Bulman (2a), Junior midfielder Tristan Harris (1g), and Freshman offensiveman Evan Shulla (2g) who scored his first Varsity Goal for the Reds. In the goal for Newark was senior Thomas Kirnie with 21s/14ga = 60% (48 mins). Kirnie reached his 200th career save in the game     [ BOX SCORE

FAIRPORT-11 at ORCHARD PARK-6 - The Red Raiders had consistent scoring throughout and held off a final surge from Orchard Park (Section VI) in the fourth quarter to take the win. Leading the scoring for Fairport (3-2) were Michael Priddy (2g-3a), Sam Pucci (2g-2a), and Mitchell Monte (2g). Junior defenseman Jackson Perry scored his first Varsity goal for Fairport and facing off was sophomore Corey Roeser with 15+/4- = 79% and in the goal was junior Luke Ryan with 13s/6ga = 68% (48 mins).   There was no information available for Orchard Park at post-time.    [ BOX SCORE

Clarence at Penn YanCLARENCE-3 at PENN YAN-4 - The Mustangs led throughout the game, leading 4-1 at the half and fending off a surge by Clarence (Section VI) who scored two unanswered goals in the second half. Leading the scoring for Penn Yan (4-1) were Teagan Fingar (1g-2a), Bryant VanHousen (2g), and Hunter Sheehan (1a). Penn Yan goalie Jaxon Jensen recorded 8s/3ga = 73% (48 mins).   There was no information available for Clarence at post-time.    [ BOX SCORE

HAMBURG-6 at THOMAS-14 - For the seventh time in a row, going back to 2016, Thomas defeated Hamburg from Section VI. The Titans took a 4-1 lead in the first quarter and led 7-2 at the half. Leading the scoring for Thomas (2-3) were Senior attackman Nicolas Ange (2g-2a), Junior midfielder Brett Mersdorf (2g-2a), 8th grade offensiveman Jonah Jobson (3g-1a), Senior attackman Joseph Tiberio (3g), and Junior midfielder Alex Mulcahy (1g) who scored his first Varsity goal for Thomas. In the goal for Thomas Sophomore Joshua Jobson made 8s/6ga = 57% (47 mins).   There was no information available for Hamburg at post-time.    [ BOX SCORE

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East United Wins remains Undefeated at 5-0

DAY IN REVIEW: FRIDAY - There were 4 games played today and 2 were close ones. East United-Eastridge was a 6-4 winner over Midlakes-Red Jacket. Nichols was a 7-5 winner over Rush-Henrietta. 

Midlakes-RJ at East United-EastridgeMIDLAKES-RED JACKET-4 at EAST UNITED-EASTRIDGE-6 - It took a strong and physical game but East United maintained their undefeated status with their win over visiting Midlakes-Red Jacket. There was no report from East United-Eastridge (5-0) at post-time. Leading the scoring for the Screaming Eagles (2-2) were Freshman midfielder James Sprague (1g-2a), Sophomore offensiveman Stuart Quku (2g), Sophomore offensiveman Nate Lathrop (2a), and Sophomore offensiveman Brendan Baldwin (1g). In the goal for Midlakes-Red Jacket was senior Kaiden Larsen with 9s/6ga = 60% (48 mins). On Tuesday East United-Eastridge is at Aquinas and Midlakes-Red Jacket will host Livonia-Avon.   [ BOX SCORE]   - - More images in the photo gallery. 

Midlakes-RJ at East United-EastridgeGENEVA-18 at GATES CHILI-3 - Eight different players scored goals for Geneva including Freshman midfielder Max Delgado who scored his first Varsity goal for the Panthers. Leading the scoring for Geneva (2-3) were Junior midfielder Max Heieck (4g-3a), Freshman attackman Jack Dunham (4g-2a), and Sophomore attackman Ryland Dunham (3g-1a). Facing off for Geneva was senior Jeremy Askin with 16+/3- = 84%. Askin reached his 400th career win in the game while Senior goaltender Paul Williams made 4s/3ga = 57% (48 mins). Junior face off midfielder Michael Alley (3g) scored all three goals for the Spartans who are at HFL on Thursday.   [ BOX SCORE

Midlakes-RJ at East United-EastridgeMCQUAID JESUIT-13 at ST. JOSEPH`S-6 in a Non-League game: The Knights hold on to their undefeated season (7-0) with the win in Section VI and tie up their series win/loss with each team winning five games. Scoring for McQuaid Jesuit were Junior midfielder AJ Quagrello (3g-2a), Senior attackman John Harding (5g), Senior attackman Vincenzo Giangreco (2g), Senior midfielder Eoin Meyer (2g), and Senior defenseman Daniel Geen (1g) who scored his first Varsity goal for the Knights. Junior goaltender Jack Rawleigh recorded 4s/3ga = 57% (40 mins). 

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RUSH-HENRIETTA-5 at NICHOLS-7 in a Non-League game: In their first outing against the Section VI school, Rush-Henrietta lost in what looks like a close game. There was no report from Rush-Henrieta at post-time. The Royal Comets will host Pittsford on Tuesday.    [ BOX SCORE

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Lots of One Goal Wins Today

DAY IN REVIEW: THURSDAY - There were 12 games played today and a whole bunch of close games under wet and rainy conditions. Livonia-Avon, HFL, Penfield and Victor each won their games by one goal.

Penfield vs ThomasPENFIELD-11 at THOMAS-10 - There were six ties in this close game but two unanswered goals in the fourth quarter gave the Patriots the win. Down 9-10 at the end of the third quarter, Ethan Aust (3g-2a) scored the tying goal with nine minutes left and Ryan Bowerman (1g) scored the go-ahead goal at 6:31 to give Penfield (4-1) the win. Also leading the offensive unit were Brodie Joyce (2g-1a), and Zach Shores (2g). Mason Schembri made 10s/10ga (50%) in the nets for Penfield who will play at West Genesee on Saturday. Leading the scoring for Thomas were Junior midfielder Brett Mersdorf (3g-2a), 8th grade offensiveman Lucas Estelle (1g-2a), and Senior attackman Joseph Tiberio (1g-1a).  Joshua Jobson made 11s/11ga (50%) in the nets for Thomas who will host Hamburg on Saturday.  [ BOX SCORE

LIVONIA-AVON-7 at MYNDERSE-6 - In an extremely close game, Mynderse took a 2-1 lead in the first and the teams were tied 2-2 at the half. In the third quarter Mynderse took back the lead and picked up another in the fourth quarter. The Lakers came back in the fourth and Hunter Rumfola (3g-1a) scored the tying goal, sending the teams into overtime. In the second OT 8th grader Brayden Arber scored his first Varsity goal for the game winner. Also scoring for Livonia-Avon (1-2) was Max McEnerney (2g-1a). junior Colton Rose with 22s/6ga = 79% (53 mins). Leading the scoring for Mynderse (1-2) were Junior attackman Griffin Hilimire (3g-1a), Senior midfielder Phillip Love (1g-1a), and Senior midfielder Dylan Tandle (1g-1a).    [ BOX SCORE

Penfield vs ThomasWAYNE-18 at GANANDA-6 - It was the first win of the season for Wayne as they took an 8-4 first quarter and ended the half at 12-5. Seven different players scored goals for Wayne including PJ Ostrowski (5g-4a), Braylon Agnello (1g-4a), and Mason Michel (4g). Junior goalie Logan Phillips had 7s/6ga = 54% (48 mins) for the Eagles who will host Bloomfield-Honeoye on Saturday. Scoring for Gananda were Senior attackman Jacob Michaels (3g), Senior midfielder Brayden Dohse (2a), Junior midfielder Jaydes Baerga (1g), Sophomore attackman Jase Smith (1g), and 8th grade attackman Mason Groh who scored his first Varsity goal for the Blue Panthers. They will play at Livonia-Avon on Saturday.    [ BOX SCORE

SPENCERPORT-11 at GREECE STORM-2 - The Rangers started with seven unanswered goals behind scoring by Zach Tortora (3g-2a), Jayden Mandarano (1g-3a), Gavin Brown (3g-1a), and Zachary Ajavananda (2g-1a). Chase D`Amico won 12+/5- = 71% faceoffs and Taylor Kaye recorded 6s/2ga = 75% (43 mins) for Spencerport (2-1). Scoring for Greece Storm was James Maccallini (2g).    [ BOX SCORE

GENEVA-8 at MIDLAKES-RED JACKET-4 - The Panthers won their first of the season with efforts by Max Heieck (3g-2a), Jack Dunham (3g), and Jeremy Askin (2a). Facing off for Geneva was senior Jeremy Askin with 11+/2- = 85%, and junior Dominick Vedora with 1+/0- = 100%. In the goal for Geneva was senior Paul Williams with 9s/4ga = 69% (48 mins). Scoring for Midlakes-Red Jacket (2-1) were Freshman midfielder James Sprague (1g-1a), Junior offensiveman Theodore Altman (2g), Sophomore offensiveman Sam Kuhn (1g), Sophomore offensiveman Nate Lathrop (1a), and Sophomore offensiveman Brendan Baldwin (1a). In the goal for Midlakes-Red Jacket was Senior Kaiden Larsen with 10s/8ga = 56% (48 mins).     [ BOX SCORE

Penfield vs ThomasRUSH-HENRIETTA-7 at SCHROEDER-11 - After a close first quarter the Warriors took a 6-3 lead into the halftime break. Among those scoring for Schroeder (3-2) were Senior attackman Nate Schilling (4g-2a), Senior midfielder Anthony DeRosa (3g-2a), and Junior attackman Brennan Robinson (2g-1a). Facing off specialist John Caricati won 9+/8- = 53%. Scoring for Rush-Henrietta were Sophomore face off midfielder Preston Jackson (4g), Junior attackman Koppers Jackson (2g), Sophomore midfielder Ronin Walker (1g-1a), and Junior goalie Daniel Schmitz (1a) who reached his 200th career save with 19s/11ga = 63% (48 mins). Sophomore face off specialist Preston Jackson won 13+/6- = 68%.     [ BOX SCORE

CHURCHVILLE-CHILI-20 at GATES CHILI-1 - Eight different players scored goals for Churchville-Chili including Senior midfielder Nick Gitsis (1g-1a), Sophomore midfielder Cooper Lass, and Senior long stick middie Spencer Conley(2g) who each scored their first Varsity goal for the Saints. Other scorers included Colin Duncan (7g-3a), Cameron Gefell (1g-4a), and Dominic Hoch (3g-1a). Scoring for Gates Chili was Junior face off midfielder Michael Alley (1g). Gates Chili will host Geneva on Friday and Churchville-Chili will play at Brockport on Saturday.    [ BOX SCORE

EAST UNITED-EASTRIDGE-10 at BROCKPORT-4 - The Blue Devils scored all four goals in the last quarter. Sophomore attackman Ryan Miller (2g) reached his 50th career goal while Freshman attackman Mason Scott (2a), Sophomore attackman Ryan Miller (2g), Senior attackman Thomas Bruno (2g), and Freshman midfielder Isaac Kingsley (1a) scored for Brockport.  There was no report from East United-Eastridge (4-0) at post-time.    [ BOX SCORE

Penn Yan vs HFLHFL-6 at PENN YAN-5 - Senior face off midfielder Drew Angelo (2g) score the go-ahead goal in the last quarter for the Cougar victory. His goal marked his 50th career goal and kept HFL undefeated at 5-0. Also scoring were Chase Perryman (3a), Mathew Brassie (2g-1a), and Quinn Kailbourne (1g). Angelo won 9+/4- = 69% faceoffs, and senior Owen Smith won 1+/0- = 100%. In the goal for HFL was freshman Jason Bennett recording 7s/5ga = 58% (48 mins). 8th grade midfielder Greyson Hathway (1g) scored his first Varsity goal for the Mustangs. He was joined in scoring with Bryant VanHousen (1g-1a), Braden Fingar (1g), Collin Bacher (1g), Levi Fisher (1a), and Tukker Fisher (1g). In the goal for Penn Yan, freshman Jaxon Jensen made 7s/6ga = 54% (48 mins). Penn Yan hosts Clarence on Saturday and HFL is at Spencerport on Tuesday.    [ BOX SCORE

ORCHARD PARK-6 at PITTSFORD-11 - There was no report from Pittsford at post-time. This was the eleventh win in a row for the Panthers against Orchard Park. Pittsford is at Rush-Henrietta on Tuesday.    [ BOX SCORE

HILTON-6 at BRIGHTON-9 - Brighton Junior face off midfielder Henry Werzinger reached his 200th faceoff win with his 11+/8- = 58%. Leading the scoring for Brighton (2-2) were Tim Tourangeau (3g-2a), Aksel Stanat (3g), Miles McGuire (2g-1a), and Sam Slaninka (1g-1a). Brighton Senior goalie Thomas D`Angelo made 3s/1ga = 75% (8 mins), and Sophomore Logan Serve recorded 6s/5ga = 55% (40 mins). Leading the scoring for Hilton were Junior midfielder Braydon Pike (3g), Senior attackman Chase Wilson (2g), and Senior attackman Mitchell Wise (1a). Facing off for Hilton was senior Michael Mitrano with 4+/3- = 57%. Hilton will host Horseheads on Saturday while Brighton travels to Corning.    [ BOX SCORE

Penfield vs ThomasVICTOR-7 at CANANDAIGUA-6 - Junior midfielder Brody Secker scored the winning goal at 2:54 in overtime to give his Head Coach Dan Stone his 50th win at Victor. Scoring for Canandaigua (4-1) were Junior attackman Drew Williamee (1g-2a), Junior attackman Mike Belles (2g), Junior midfielder Ryan Bremer (1g-1a), and Senior offensiveman Sean Olvany (1g). Facing off for Canandaigua was junior Mason DePew with 7+/6- = 54% an in the goal senior Jaxson Tucker recorded 8s/7ga = 53% (49 mins).   There was no report from Victor at post-time.    [ BOX SCORE

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Joe Hill Has 200th Win at Pal-Mac

DAY IN REVIEW: WEDNESDAY - There were two games played today and they were mismatches, but on a high note Pal-Mac Head Coach won his 200th game. He joins nine other Section V coaches in the 200 Club, whose current coaches include Brian Hobart (Penn Yan), Mike Torrelli (Fairport, Rob Ruller (Thomas), and Andrew Whipple (Pittsford).

Joe HillPAL-MAC-15 at LIVONIA-AVON-4 - The Red Raiders took the first quarter 3-1 and led at the half 7-3. Leading the scoring for Pal-Mac (3-0) were Keagan Hoesterey (4g-3a), (2g-4a), Reid Diehl (5g-1a), and junior face off midfielder Luke VanGorden (2g-1a) who also won his 300th faceoff with his 12+/10- = 55%. Peyton Lich recorded 13s/4ga = 76% (48 mins). Scoring for Livonia-Avon were Max McEnerney (3g), and Hunter Rumfola (1g). Facing off for Livonia-Avon was freshman Rider VanZandt with 12+/10- = 55%.    [ BOX SCORE

HAVERLING-3 at AQUINAS-18 - Ten different players scored goals for Aquinas in this game including Sophomore midfielder Ares Miller, Freshman midfielder Leighton Mortimer, and Junior midfielder Dom Siesto who each scored their first Varsity goal for AQ. Also on the offensive book were Tano Auriuso (4g-1a), Carter Wegman (3g-2a), Jaiden White (2g-1a), and Noah Olbrich (2g). Scoring for Haverling were Junior offensiveman Gavin Price (1g-1a), Senior attackman Cameron Boyer (2g), and Junior midfielder Maclain Wright (1a). Facing off for Haverling was senior Devin Cornish with 3+/2- = 60%. Haverling will host Bishop Kearney on Tuesday and Aquinas is at Canisius on Saturday.    [ BOX SCORE

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Lots of Mismatches Today

DAY IN REVIEW: TUESDAY - There were nine games played today and all of them were won by more than three goals. 

CC at IrondequoitAQUINAS-16 at GENEVA-7 - Aquinas went right to work winning the first quarter 5-1 and leading at the half. Leading the scoring for Aquinas (3-2) were Tano Auriuso (5g-2a), Noah Olbrich (4g-1a), Jake Guggino (2g-3a), and Carter Wegman (2g-1a). Phil Wegman recorded 2s/0ga = 100%, and Jake Gibson had 15s/5ga = 75% (36 mins), and sophomore Logan Schimmel with 3s/2ga = 60% (10 mins). Scoring for Geneva were Max Heieck (2g-3a), Dakota Bajdas (4g), and Jeremy Askin (1g-2a). Facing off for Geneva was senior Jeremy Askin with 22+/5- = 81%.    [ BOX SCORE

CHURCHVILLE-CHILI-2 at IRONDEQUOIT-17 - Ten different players scored goals for Irondequoit including Junior offensiveman Steven Clinkscales (1g-3a), Sophomore defenseman Sam Thore, Sophomore offensiveman Hank Velepec, and Junior face off midfielder Andrew Scully who each scored their first Varsity goal. Leading the scoring effort were Jonah Carrier (4g-1a), Ryan Avery (4g-0a), and Colin Giudice (1g-2a). Carrier recorded 11+/0- = 100%, and Scully had 11+/0- = 100% face off wins for the Eagles while goalies Sven Habitzreuther recorded 2s/1ga = 67% (24 mins), and Junior Caden VanDeusen recorded 4s/1ga = 80% (24 mins). Scoring for Churchville-Chili were Senior midfielder Nick Gitsis (1a), Senior attackman Colin Duncan (1g), and Sophomore attackman Jaxon Leonard (1g).    [ BOX SCORE]   - - More images in the photo gallery.

PY and MyndersePENFIELD-15 at WEST SENECA WEST-2 - The Patriots scored five goals in the first quarter and added seven more unassisted goals before the half. Adam Schembri (3g-4a), Brodie Joyce (4g-3a), and Ethan Aust (6g) led the offensive effort. Facing off for Penfield was Sophomore Colin Miller with 12+/4- = 75%. In the goal for Penfield Mason Schembri had 3s/1ga = 75% (24 mins), and Dylan Rondeau had 3s/1ga = 75% (24 mins).  There were no stats available for West Seneca West at post-time.    [ BOX SCORE

MYNDERSE-4 at PENN YAN-9 - The score was 6-1 at the half and both teams scored three goals in the second half. Sophomore midfielder Braden Fingar (2g-2a) reached his 50th career assist in the game. Others scoring for Penn Yan (3-0) were Freshman attackman Mike Gigliotti (3g), and Senior midfielder Bryant VanHousen (2g). In the goal, Freshman Jaxon Jensen recorded 9s/4ga = 69% (48 mins). Scoring for Mynderse (1-1) were Junior attackman Griffin Hilimire (2g), Senior midfielder Dylan Tandle (1a), Senior attackman Lucas Stevers (1g), Senior midfielder Chase Fitzgerald (1a), Junior attackman Jack Brady (1g), and Senior midfielder Phillip Love (1a).    [ BOX SCORE

CC at IrondequoitSPENCERPORT-3 at CANANDAIGUA-10 - Junior attackman Drew Williamee (3g-3a) reached his 50th career goal and  Sean Olvany (3g), Alex Rheude (2g) and Mike Belles (3a) added to the offensive stats for Canandaigua (4-0).  Junior face off specialist Mason DePew won 6+/5- = 55% and Canandaigua goalie Jaxson Tucker had 9s/3ga = 75% (48 mins). Junior midfielder Jamison Brown and Freshman defenseman Brody Kaye scored their first Varsity goals for Spencerport and Zach Tortora (1g) added the other goal for the Rangers (1-1). Facing off was junior Chase D`Amico with 9+/8- = 53%. Canandaigua will host Victor on Thursday while the Rangers are at Greece.   [ BOX SCORE

NEWARK-12 at HAVERLING-8 - Newark started off outscoring the Rams 5-2 in the first quarter but the rest of the game was pretty even, giving Newar Head Coach Andrew Garrett his first Varsity win. Freshman midfielder Ashton Kepler scored his first Varsity goal while teammates Sam Underhill (9g), and Devon Bulman (1g-2a) led the offense. Leading the scoring for Haverling were Drew Spears (2g-2a), Gavin Price (2g-1a), and Noah Schneider (0g-1a). Freshman midfielder Owen Burlingame scored his first Varsity goal for the Rams and in the goal sophomore McLane Stermole recorded 14s/12ga = 54% (48 mins).     [ BOX SCORE

Midlakes-Red Jacket and Batavia-Notre DameMIDLAKES-RED JACKET-20 at BATAVIA-NOTRE DAME-2 - Nine different players scored goals for Midlakes-Red Jacket including Junior attackman Ethan Brodman, Junior defenseman JW Smith, and Junior midfielder Nate Ellis, who each scored their first Varsity goals for the Eagles. Nate Lathrop (5g-4a), James Sprague (2g-6a), and Stuart Quku (5g-2a) led the offense and in the goal for Midlakes-Red Jacket was senior Kaiden Larsen with 3s/1ga = 75% (24 mins), and junior Jacob O`Brien with 2s/1ga = 67% (24 mins). Scoring for Batavia-Notre Dame was senior midfielder Quintin Cummings (2g).    [ BOX SCORE]   - - More images in the photo gallery.

HILTON-9 at HFL-14 -In the game with five ties, Senior attackman Chase Perryman (3g-4a) reached his 150th career goal He was joined in the offensive effort by Quinn Kailbourne (2g-4a), and senior face off midfielder Drew Angelo (3g-2a) who won 14+/12- = 54%. Scoring for Hilton were freshman attackman Gianluca Auriuso (2g-1a), junior midfielder Braydon Pike (3g), senior attackman Chase Wilson (2g), freshman midfielder Tyler Reger (2g), and senior defenseman Brady Quill (1a). Facing off for Hilton was junior Drew O`Buck with 8+/6- = 57%. On Thursday, HFL is at Penn Yan and Hilton is at Brighton.    [ BOX SCORE

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Week In Review - Week 2

EDITOR'S NOTE: This weekly summary touches on some of the games played in the recent past and highlights some games of interest in the current week. For more in-depth coverage, click on the DAY OF THE WEEK for more coverage for that day, including box scores, articles, and galleries.

There twenty-eight games played last week. There are seventy-six out of section games scheduled and 5 have been played. Section V teams have won 4 and lost 1 (80%). There are many undefeated teams at this point.

 Games played last week: 23  Games played this season: 49
 Leagues games played last week: 0  Out of Section games last week: 12
 Mismatched Games (>8 pts): 10  Close Games (<4 pts): 7
 Undefeated teams: 10  Games scheduled for next week: 46

 

Looking Back

On Tuesday Sophomore offensiveman Cooper Moore recorded 4g-2a, including the game winner in overtime as Irondequoit won their second game of the season against Hilton today. The other five games were mismatches.

On Wednesday there was just one game played. Canandaigua defeated Fairport by a score of 5-4. In a low-scoring tight contest that had three ties, the Gray Wolves (2-0) had three straight goals in the second and third quarters to come from behind and win with a goal by Braden Gioseffi on a pass from Drew Williamee. 

Wayne at HiltonOn Thursday there were six games played and most were mismatches. The winners were HFL, Marcus Whitman, Schroeder. Victor lost to Rye, Thomas lost to BVille and Penfield lost a close one to West Islip.

On Friday  There were two games played. Brighton lost in a close one to Horseheads as a slow first half left the Bruins down 4-1. The second half went the other way, but Brighton was one goal short. McQuaid beat visiting Loveland (OH).

On Saturday There were eight games played and two were really close ones. Section III teams CNS and Baldwinsville were one goal winners over Irondequoit and Schroeder.

Looking Ahead

Wayne at HiltonThe vacation continues on Monday, with everyone wanting to see the total eclipse. The week then will see forty-six games played from Tuesday to Saturday and there are a lot of good matchups.

There are nine games scheduled for Tuesday including Aquinas at Geneva, Spencerport at Canandaigua, Newark at Haverling and Hilton at HFL.

There are two games set for Wednesday. Pal-Mac is at Livonia-Avon and Haverling is at Aquinas

On Thursday there are fifteen scheduled games, and it will be hard to pick the games to see. Victor is at Canandaigua, Churchill-Chili is at Gates Chili, Fairport is at Irondequoit, HFL is at Penn Yan, Rush-Henrietta is at Schroeder, Bloomfield-Honeoye plays Marcus Whitman at FLCC, and Penfield is at Thomas.

On Friday, R-H is at Nichols (VI), McQuaid is also in Section VI, playing St Joseph`s and, in town is Midlakes-Red Jacket is at East United-Eastridge.

Saturday has seventeen games on deck, including Penfield at West Genesee, Niskayuna at Victor, Fairport at Orchard Park, Mynderse at Newark, B-H at Wayne, and Churchville-Chili at Brockport.

Check out the times and the whole weekly list on the games page.

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East United, McQuaid, HFL, Canandaigua Win Today

DAY IN REVIEW: SATURDAY - There were eight games played today and two were really close ones. Section III teams CNS and Baldwinsville were one goal winners over Irondequoit and Schroeder.

WG at FairportCORNING-3 at CANANDAIGUA-15 - Eight different players scored goals for Canandaigua who saw a run of eight goals in a row to start the game. Leading the scoring for Canandaigua (3-0) were Junior attackman Drew Williamee (5g-1a), Senior midfielder Alex Rheude (2g-2a), Junior attackman Mike Belles (3g-1a), and Freshman attackman Marshall Bolster (1g-2a). In the goal for Canandaigua was senior Jaxson Tucker with 7s/3ga = 70% (38 mins), junior Evan Scibelli with 2s/0ga = 100% (5 mins), and senior Tyler DeRue with 2s/0ga = 100% (5 mins).   There was no report from Corning at post-time.    [ BOX SCORE

AQUINAS-9 at SAINTS PETER AND PAUL-12 - Saints Peter and Paul came out strong in the first half, scoring six goals in the first and three more in the second to take a 9-3 into the break. Aquinas came back in the third with three unanswered goals, but both teams had three goals in the last quarter.  Scoring for Aquinas (2-2) were Sophomore attackman Jake Guggino (4g), Sophomore attackman Tano Auriuso (3g-1a), Senior midfielder Carter Wegman (1g), Junior attackman Noah Olbrich (1g-1a), and Junior midfielder Dom Siesto (1a). In the goal for Aquinas goalie Jake Gibson made 16s/12ga = 57% (48 mins).   There was no report for Peter and Paul at post-time.    [ BOX SCORE

WG at FairportBALDWINSVILLE-10 at IRONDEQUOIT-9 in overtime - Junior Iggy LoMedico scored the overtime game-winner for Baldwinsville after coming back from a 5-4 deficit at halftime. The Bees scored four goals in the third to take the lead after three. Scoring for BVille were Brady Garcia(3g-4a), Judson Ferris(2g), Ignazio LoMedico(3g), Dylan Garcia(1g), Zachary Bice(1a), Tieman Lynch(1g). In the goal, Trevor Sutton recorded 16svs/9ga including two high stress saves in overtime.  Scoring for Irondequoit (2-1) were Sophomore offensiveman Cooper Moore (5g-1a), Junior offensiveman Steven Clinkscales (3a), Senior offensiveman Oliver Grisdale (2g-1a), Senior midfielder Jonah Carrier (2g-1a), and Junior offensiveman Ryan Avery (0g-1a). Jonah Carrier went 19+/3- = 86% at the faceoff "X". Irondequoit will host Churchville-Chili on Tuesday  [ BOX SCORE

EAST UNITED-EASTRIDGE-11 at HAVERLING-6 - Senior midfielder Nkodia Ndongala reached his 300th faceoff win with his 13 wins (312wins) and added (1g-2a) for the Eagles. Also scoring were Freshman midfielder Jahyden Maiorani (5g-2a), Senior midfielder Nkodia Ndongala (1g-2a), and Junior midfielder Jeremiah Tucker (2g). Leading the scoring for Haverling were Junior offensiveman Gavin Price (1g-3a), Sophomore attackman Zach Colegrove (2g), Sophomore midfielder Drew Spears (1g-1a), Senior attackman Connor Brundage (1g-0a) and Senior attackman Cameron Boyer (1g-1a)ho scored his first Varsity goal for the Rams. Sophomore goalie McLane Stermole recorded 16s/11ga = 59% (48 mins).      [ BOX SCORE

WG at FairportWAYNE-5 at HFL-21 - Ten different players scored goals for HFL in this game including Junior offensiveman Mathew Brassie Who reached his 50th goal with his 2g (51g).  Senior attackman Chase Perryman (5g-4a), freshman attackman Grady Goodberlet (3g-2a), and junior offensiveman Quinn Kailbourne (3g-1a) led the scoring. Facing off for HFL was senior Drew Angelo with 18+/1- = 95%. Freshman attackman Shane Coleman scored his first Varsity goal for Wayne who saw additional points from Sophomore midfielder Hank Smith (1g), Senior midfielder Alex Garrow (1g), Senior midfielder PJ Ostrowski (1g), Junior offensiveman Tas Strickland (1g), and Junior offensiveman Mason Michel (1a). HFL will host Hilton on Tuesday and Wayne is down the road at Gananda on Thursday.    [ BOX SCORE

SCHROEDER-8 at CNS-9 - In a game that was won with just over two seconds left in regulation, Cicero-North Syracuse senior Rocco Villano (3g-1a) scored for the Northstars. Also scoring were Donovan Chaney(2g), Luke Deinhart(1a), Adrian Sweeney(3g-1a), Cy Liberman(3a), Emmit Porter(1a), Karsen Pritchard(1a), and Blake Fefee(1g). Goaltending: Leyton Sullivan (9svs/8ga). Leading the scoring for Schroeder (2-2) were Senior attackman Nate Schilling (2g-3a), Senior midfielder Anthony DeRosa (3g), and Junior midfielder Garrett Conger (2g). In the goal for Schroeder was senior Casey Berns with 11s/9ga = 55% (48 mins).    [ BOX SCORE

WG at FairportNICHOLS-9 at MCQUAID JESUIT-17 - The Knights maintained their undefeated season at (5-0),  scoring four goals in just over one minute in the first quarter. Leading the scoring for McQuaid Jesuit were Senior attackman Vincenzo Giangreco (2g-5a), Senior attackman John Harding (4g-1a), and Junior midfielder AJ Quagrello (3g-0a). Junior midfielder Will DiMarco scored his first Varsity goal, and Sophomore midfielder Domenic Giangreco reached his 200th faceoff wins with his 9 wins (200wins). Also facing off was Junior JP Gianforti with 6+/3- = 67%. Goalie Jack Rawleigh recorded 3s/2ga = 60% (19 mins).  There was no report for Nichols at post-time.    [ BOX SCORE

WEST GENESEE-12 at FAIRPORT-5 - The Wildcats wasted no time, scoring six goals in the first quarter and never lost the lead. Scoring for West Genesee were Charlie Lockwood(1g-4a), Nolan Bellotti(2g-1a), Gary McLane(4g), Jonah Vormwald(1g), Nash Oudemool(1g), Jake McMahon(1g-1a), and Chace Cogan(2g). In the cage was Owen Coleman (5svs/4ga). Leading the scoring for Fairport (2-2) were Junior offensiveman Mitchell Monte (1g-3a), Sophomore attackman Ryan Priddy (1g-1a), and Senior offensiveman Sam Pucci (1g). Junior attackman Liam Moreland scored his first Varsity goal while Sophomore midfielder Corey Roeser reached his 100th faceoff win with his 5 wins (100wins) [ BOX SCORE]   - - More images in the photo gallery.

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McQuaid Takes Loveland

DAY IN REVIEW: FRIDAY - There were two games played today, but as of post0time we have only the scores.

BRIGHTON-5 at HORSEHEADS-6 in a Non-League game. When stats come in they can be found in the  [ BOX SCORE

LOVELAND-7 at MCQUAID JESUIT-17 in a Non-League game. When stats come in they can be found in the   [ BOX SCORE]   - - More images in the photo gallery.

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Schroeder, Marcus Whitman and HFL Get Wins

DAY IN REVIEW: THURSDAY - There were six games played today and most were mismatches. The winners were HFL, Marcus Whitman, Schroeder. Victor lost to Rye, Thomas lost to BVille and Penfield lost a close one to West Islip.

HFL at RHSCHROEDER-15 at WAYNE-7 - Senior attackman Nate Schilling (4g-3a) reached his 50th career assist and others leading the offensive effort included Senior midfielder Anthony DeRosa (5g-4a), and Junior midfielder Parker Brown (2g-1a). In the goal for Schroeder was Senior Casey Berns with 10s/7ga = 59% (48 mins).  Leading the scoring for Wayne were Junior Tas Strickland (1g-1a), Junior Avery Bustamante (1g-1a), and Mason Michel (2g). On Saturday Schroeder is at CNS and Wayne is at HFL    [ BOX SCORE

MARCUS WHITMAN-16 at HAVERLING-6 - Sophomore midfielder Tariku Blueye scored eight goals and Melkamu Blueye added (2g-2a) to lead the Wildcats (1-2). HFL at RHFacing off for Marcus Whitman was sophomore Cullen Kephart with 8+/1- = 89%, and senior Reiner Gallogly with 12+/5- = 71%. Scoring for Haverling were Junior midfielder Maclain Wright (1g-2a), Sophomore midfielder Drew Spears (3g), Junior offensiveman Gavin Price (1g-2a), Sophomore attackman Zach Colegrove (1g), and Junior attackman Jacob Ingram (0g-1a). Facing off for Haverling was sophomore Drew Spears with 5+/4- = 56%. In the goal sophomore goalie McLane Stermole recorded 17s/16ga = 52% (48 mins).     [ BOX SCORE

THOMAS-6 at BALDWINSVILLE-16 - Leading the scoring for Thomas (1-2) were Junior midfielder Jake Polizzi (3g-1a), 8th grade offensiveman Jonah Jobson (1g-1a), and Senior midfielder Jagger Altieri (1g). Thomas will host Penfield next Thursday.   [ BOX SCORE

HFL at RHHFL-19 at RUSH-HENRIETTA-10 - Leading the scoring for HFL (2-0) were Senior attackman Chase Perryman (4g-3a), Freshman attackman Grady Goodberlet (6g), Senior face off midfielder Drew Angelo (4g-2a), and Junior offensiveman Quinn Kailbourne (3g-2a). Angelo won 18+/7- = 72% at the faceoff "X". Leading the scoring for Rush-Henrietta were Sophomore midfielder Ronin Walker (3g-3a), Junior attackman Koppers Jackson (2g-2a), and Sophomore attackman Andrew Coleman (3g). Junior attackman Justin Bonanza scored his first Varsity goal for the Royal Comets who will play at Schroeder next Thursday.    [ BOX SCORE]   - - More images in the photo gallery.

PENFIELD-9 at WEST ISLIP-10 - Stats were unavailable at post-time.  [ BOX SCORE

VICTOR-4 at RYE-9 - Stats were unavailable at post-time.   [ BOX SCORE

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Canandaigua in a Close Win

DAY IN REVIEW: WEDNESDAY - There was just one game played today. Canandaigua defeated Fairport by a score of 5-4. 

CANANDAIGUA-5 at FAIRPORT-4 - In a low-scoring tight contest that had three ties, the Gray Wolves (2-0) had three straight goals in the second and third quarters to come from behind and win with a goal by Braden Gioseffi on a pass from Drew Williamee. All five goals were scored by different players. Drew Williamee (1g-3a), junior attackman Mike Belles (1g-1a), and junior midfielder Ryan Bremer (1g) led the scoring. Facing off, Mason DePew had 6+/5- = 55% and in the goal senior Jaxson Tucker recorded 15s/4ga = 79% (48 mins). Scoring for Fairport (2-1) were senior midfielder Jack DuBose (1g-1a), senior offensiveman Sam Pucci (1a), senior attackman Michael Priddy (1g), junior attackman Andrew Crowley (1g), junior offensiveman Mitchell Monte (1a), senior defensive midfielder Patrick Nobes (1g), and sophomore attackman Ryan Priddy (1a). It was a first Varsity goal for Nobes. In the goal for Fairport was junior Luke Ryan with 12s/5ga = 71% (48 mins). He reached his 100th career save (now 111svs). On Saturday, Fairport will host West Genesee and Canandaigua will host Corning.    [ BOX SCORE

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Irondequoit Wins in Overtime

DAY IN REVIEW: TUESDAY - Sophomore offensiveman Cooper Moore recorded 4g-2a, including the game winner in overtime as Irondequoit won their second game of the season against Hilton today. The other five games were mismatches.

GC at BrightonMARCUS WHITMAN-8 at AQUINAS-18 - Seven different players scored goals for Aquinas (2-1) including Junior attackman Noah Olbrich (2g-5a) who reached his 100th goal and Senior midfielder TJ Geyer who scored his first Varsity goal. Others scoring for Aquinas were Tano Auriuso (6g-1a), and Jake Guggino (5g-2a). Sophomore goalie Jake Gibson who made 4s/1ga = 80% (12 mins). Sophomore midfielder Cullen Kephart (1g-2a) scored his first Varsity goal and Senior midfielder Melkamu Blueye scored 4g for the Wildcats. Facing off for Marcus Whitman was Sophomore Cullen Kephart with 8+/2- = 80%.    [ BOX SCORE

PENN YAN-18 at HAVERLING-1 - Eight different players scored goals for Penn Yan including Teagan Fingar (6g-2a), Braden Fingar (2g-2a), Bryant VanHousen (2g-2a), and Freshman midfielder Levi Fisher (3a). Sophomore attackman Brody Keech scored his first Varsity goal and Senior midfielder Bryant VanHousen reached his 50th goal for the Mustangs. Greyson Hathway won 22/23 faceoffs (96%). In the goal for Penn Yan was Freshman Jaxon Jensen with 5s/1ga = 83% (48 mins). Junior attackman/midfielder Gavin Price scored for the Rams and Sophomore McLane Stermole recorded 20s/18ga = 53% (48 mins).     [ BOX SCORE

GC at BrightonIRONDEQUOIT-12 in overtime - Irondequoit came back from Hilton's 11-8 lead with five minutes left in the game as Sophomore Cooper Moore (4g-2a) scored three of four unanswered goals including the game winner (with an assist from Dylan Carey) with 2:34 left in overtime. The exciting and close game included five ties with both teams scoring in runs of three or four. Three juniors scored their first goals for the Eagles: Dylan Carey, Ryan Avery and Justin Nitti. Leading the scoring were Moore, Carey (2g-2a), and Oliver Grisdale (2g-1a). Facing off for Irondequoit was Senior Jonah Carrier with 15+/10- = 60%. In the goal Sven Habitzreuther recorded 15s/11ga = 58% (48 mins). Scoring for Hilton were Senior attackman Chase Wilson (5g-1a), Freshman attackman Gianluca Auriuso (2g-3a), Sophomore midfielder Anthony Mitrano (3g-0a) and Senior midfield Michael Mitrano..    [ BOX SCOREGC at Brighton

THOMAS-16 - Leading the scoring for Thomas (1-1) were 8th grade offensiveman Lucas Estelle (4g-1a) who scored his first Varsity goal in the game, 8th grade offensiveman Jonah Jobson (3g-1a), and Senior attackman Nicolas Ange (3g). In the goal for Thomas was Sophomore Joshua Jobson who recorded 5s/4ga = 56% (38 mins). Leading the scoring for Wayne were Senior attackman Braylon Agnello (2g-3a), Senior midfielder Alex Garrow (1g-2a), and Junior offensiveman Tas Strickland (1g-1a).    [ BOX SCORE

GC at BrightonBRIGHTON-21 - Eleven different players scored goals for Brighton including four players who scored their first Varsity goal: Junior attackman Kiernan Nicholson, Sophomore midfielder Mitch Minor, Junior defenseman Ryder Flaum and Freshman attackman Phoenix Rieth. Aksel Stanat (5g-1a) and Gavin Parks (4g) led in scoring. Facing off for Brighton was Junior Henry Werzinger with 15+/3- = 83%, Senior Kieran Hughes with 2+/0- = 100%, and Sophomore Max Zwas with 2+/0- = 100%. In the goal for Brighton was Sophomore Logan Serve with 3s/0ga = 100% (24 mins). Junior face off midfielder Michael Alley scored with an assist from Junior midfielder Bennett Miley.  [ BOX SCORE]   - - More images in the photo gallery. 

VICTOR-2 at DON BOSCO PREP-11 - The Ironmen won their season opener with Duke commit Brady Scioletti leading the scoring with 5g-1a. While on the road in New Jersey, the Victor report will follow later.    [ BOX SCORE

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2023 Season Wrap Up

There were thirty-five teams playing in Section V. Bishop Kearney scheduled seven games but elected to forgo the tournament at the end of the season. There were 893 players on the final rosters, up 13 players from 2022. Rush-Henrietta and Victor carried the largest roster with thirty-six players and Haverling, Midlakes-Red Jacket and Waterloo with the smallest with sixteen. 

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