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Saturday: Spencerport with OT Win

DAY IN REVIEW: SATURDAY - It took overtime after seven ties for the Rangers to beat McQuaid Jesuit 10-9. Brighton scored first and never looked back as they beat Aquinas 11-8. An unmatched goal in the fourth quarter was one goal less than the Saints needed as Livonia-Avon won 8-7. Penn Yan has an overtime loss against a strong Lake Shore team from Buffalo and Schroeder held the Hawks scoreless in three quarters for their 5-3 win in Corning.

AQ at BrightonAQUINAS-8 at BRIGHTON-11 - The Bruins took an 11-2 lead before Aquinas scored the last six goals of the game, spanning the third and fourth quarters. Scoring for Brighton (6-7) were James Holbrough (5g-1a), Matthew Heininger (2g-1a), Aksel Stanat (3g), Corey Schell, and Miles McGuire (2a). Brighton will travel to HFL on Monday.

Leading the scoring for Aquinas (9-4) were Carter Wegman (3g-1a), Noah Olbrich (2g-2a), Gio Valerie (2g), Tano Auriuso (1g-1a), and Jack Schimmel (1a). In the goal Jake Gibson had 7s/2ga = 78% (24 mins). Aquinas is at Livonia on Tuesday.    [ BOX SCORE]   - - More images in the photo gallery.

SCHROEDER-5 at CORNING-3 - Schroeder held the Hawks scoreless in three quarters for their 5-3 win in Corning. Scoring for Schroeder (6-9) were Anthony DeRosa (3g), Garrett Conger (1g-1a), and Nate Schilling (1a). In the goal for Schroeder Casey Berns recorded 12s/3ga = 80% (48 mins). It was the first meeting of the two teams. There was no information available for Corning (8-7) at post-time.    [ BOX SCORE

AQ at BrightonIRONDEQUOIT-4 at VICTOR-14 - Ten different players scored goals for Victor including junior midfielder Tanner Radogna and Junior attackman Christian Besaw who each scored their first Varsity goals. The Blue Devils led 8-2 at the half. Leading the scoring for Victor (13-2) were Jack Herendeen (2g-5a), Thomas Gravino (3g-2a), and Sam Gotham (2g). Faceoff specialist Sam Ricci won 11+/10- = 52%. In the goal for Victor, Brady Robinson made 5s/4ga = 56% (42 mins), and Parker Erwin with 1s/0ga = 100% (6 mins). Victor will end their regular season hosting Hilton on Tuesday.

Scoring for Irondequoit (8-7) were Aidan Greco (2a), Cooper Moore (1g), Ryan Boe (1g), Andre Bigham (1g), and Dan Buckley (1g). Irondequoit will finish their regular season at East United-Eastridge on Tuesday   [ BOX SCORE

GREECE STORM-5 at WAYNE-14 - Wayne extended their winning streak to 8 wins (10-4) with the home game win over the Storm.  Leading the scoring for Wayne (10-4) were Nate Michel (4g-6a), Mason Michel (3g-1a), PJ Ostrowski (2g-2a), and Louis Profetta (2g-1a). Wayne goalie Dylan Coene posted 6s/5ga = 55% (48 mins).

AQ at BrightonThe Greece Storm (5-8) saw goals from Matthew Ranalletta (4g), and Andrew Hill (1g). In the goal for Greece Storm was junior Jonathan Bucciarelli with 13s/12ga = 52% (43 mins).     [ BOX SCORE

MARCUS WHITMAN-11 at SETON CATHOLIC-9 - The Wildcats picked up a big with as beat Seton Catholic on the road. They had a 7-6 lead at the half and increased their lead to 9-7 after three quarters. Leading the scoring for Marcus Whitman (8-6) were Connor Gorton (4g-2a), Rylan Weissinger (2g-2a), and Brody Royston (2g-1a). In the goal for Marcus Whitman was senior Blake Dunton with 18s/9ga = 67% (48 mins). There was no information available for Seton Catholic (10-5) at post-time.    [ BOX SCORE

Spencerport at McQuaidBLOOMFIELD-HONEOYE-10 at MEDINA-17 - Scoring for Bloomfield-Honeoye (4-9) were John Blair (1g-3a), Jonathan Nelson (3g-1a), Liam Roach (4g), Cody Whittaker (1g-1a), and Tyler Bruder (1g). Facing off for Bloomfield-Honeoye was sophomore Cody Whittaker with 16+/10- = 62%.  There was no information available for Medina (9-6) at post-time.    [ BOX SCORE

LAKE SHORE-6 in overtime - The Mustangs lost another heart breaker, this time in overtimes as the very strong Lake Shore team posted the overtime winner. Scoring for Penn Yan (6-7) were Carter Earl (1g-2a), Frank Ochoa (2g), Teagan Fingar (1g-1a), and Tukker Fisher (1g). Penn Yan sophomore goalie Will Thompson had 12s/6ga = 67% (51 mins).   There was no information available for Lake Shore (13-1) at post-time.      [ BOX SCORE

Spencerport at McQuaidSPENCERPORT-10 at MCQUAID JESUIT-9 in overtime - It took overtime after seven ties for the Rangers to beat McQuaid Jesuit 10-9. The teams were never more than two goals apart and at the end of the third the quarter the Rangers were up 9-7. McQuaid scored the only two goals in the fourth quarter as Vincenzo Giagreco scored his second goal of the game and then Henry Coke (2g-1a) scored the tying goal with 5:30 left in regulation. The winning goal was scored by Jayden Mandarano with 2:01 left in overtime.

Leading the scoring for McQuaid Jesuit (9-3) were John Harding (3g-1a), Coke (2g-1a), and AJ Quagrello (1g-1a). In the goal McQuaid Jesuit goalie Will Gordon had 10s/8ga = 56% (48 mins).   There was no report from Spencerport (10-4) at post-time.    [ BOX SCORE]   - - More images in the photo gallery. 

LIVONIA-AVON-8 at CHURCHVILLE-CHILI-7 - In another close and exciting game today, the Lakers, who led 8-4 at the half, were held scoreless in the second half. They watched as the Saints scored two in the third and another in the fourth goal but fell short at the end of the game when Colin Duncan scored the last goal for the Saints with 1:54 left in the game.

Spencerport at McQuaidLeading the scoring for Livonia-Avon (8-6) were Jackson McEnerney (3g-3a), Max McEnerney (2g-1a), and A.J. Peri (1g-1a). Facing off for Livonia-Avon was Joey Cinquino with 9+/8- = 53% and in the goal, Matt Beachel had 13s/7ga = 65% (48 mins).

Scoring for Churchville-Chili (2-11) were Colin Duncan (5g), Jaxon Leonard (2g-1a), and Cameron Gefell (2a). Duncan reached his 100th goal (now 102g). Facing off for Churchville-Chili was senior Camron Taylor with 1+/0- = 100% and senior Brock Osborne with 7+/6- = 54%.    [ BOX SCORE

GANANDA-13 at MIDLAKES-RED JACKET-6 - Leading the scoring for Gananda (7-7) were Jacob Michaels (3g-6a), Brayden Dohse (3g-1a), Cohyn Reisman (3g-1a), Drew Smith (3g-1a), and Jase Smith (1a). Facing off for Gananda was sophomore Alex Galka with 15+/5- = 75%, and senior Cohyn Reisman with 1+/0- = 100%. In the goal for Gananda was freshman Malakai Thomas with 9s/6ga = 60% (48 mins).

Leading the scoring for Midlakes-Red Jacket (2-12) were Theodore Altman (3g-1a), Nate Lathrop (3a), and Garret Cooper (2g-0a).    [ BOX SCORE

Gates at NewarkGATES CHILI-6 at NEWARK-11 - Preston Steve also broke the school record for most goals in a career as Newark took a 6-3 halftime lead to the finish line in the non-league game at home. Leading the scoring for Newark (8-5) were Preston Steve (3g-2a), Sam Underhill (1g-3a), and Jream Brown (4g-0a). Newark goalie Thomas Kirnie made 12s/4ga = 75% (42 mins).

Scoring for Gates Chili (2-11) were Owen Curley (2g), Jory Knauf (1g-1a), Ayden Zugnoni (2g), Giovanni Buonomo (1g), Drew Ahlstrom (1a), and Jonathan Vance (1a).    [ BOX SCORE