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Week In Review - Week 3

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 fourty-six games played last week. There are seventy-six out of section games scheduled and 41 have been played. Section V teams have won 24 and lost 17 (57%).  Pal-Mac (7-0)  and McQuaid Jesuit are the only undefeated teams at this point.

 Games played last week: 46  Games played this season: 133
 Leagues games played last week: 14  Out of Section games last week: 9
 Mismatched Games (>8 pts): 17  Close Games (<4 pts): 8
 Undefeated teams: 1  Games scheduled for next week: 44


Looking Back

On Monday There were three games played and all of them were won by more than three goals. Geneva downed Churchville-Chili, Pal-Mac kept their streak alive with a win over visiting Marcus Whitman, and Batavia-ND fell to Lewiston-Porter.

On Tuesday There were eleven games played and five were close ones. Spencerport was a 10-9 winner over HFL. Fairport defeated Greece Storm by a score of 5-4. Victor defeated Thomas by a score of 8-6. Livonia-Avon defeated Midlakes-Red Jacket by a score of 8-6. 

On Wednesday Geneva beat visiting Marcus Whitman and Brockport defeated Batavia-Notre Dame.. 

Wayne at HiltonOn Thursday There were ten games played and only one close one as Irondequoit faceoff specialist Jonah Carrier scored an unassisted goal at 3:53 in overtime to lift the Eagles over Penfield. Penn Yan Head Coach Brian Hobart joins Randy Garrett (Fairport 371) and John Johnson (Canandaigua 357) in the 300 Club with the win.

On Friday There were 3 games played today and all of them were won by at least three goals. Fairport beat Aquinas, Brockport beat Gates Chili and East United-Eastridge defeated Bishop Kearney. 

On Saturday There were twelve games played and all of them were won by more than three goals. Pal-Mac and Irondequoit won at home and all the other teams won on the road.

Looking Ahead

Wayne at HiltonIt is a light week with only forty-four games scheduled. Many, however, will be exciting ones and will most certainly have an impact of league standings and tournament seeding in May. In MC1 Fairport is at Pittsford, Greece is at R-H and Hilton is at Pittsford, In MC2 Schroeder is at Victor and Brighton is at Irondequoit and there are seven FL games this week.

On Monday Brockport is at Midlakes-RJ, Batavia-ND is at B-H and Newark is at Geneva.

There are twelve games scheduled for Tuesday including Greece at R-H, BH at Midlakes, Gananda at Gates, Fairport at Penfield, Canandaigua at HFL  and Wayne at Pal-Mac. There should be some close ones on Tuesday.

There are no games set for Wednesday.

Pal-MacOn Thursday there are thirteen scheduled games, and some should be real close. You might want to see Irondequoit at Pittsford, Penfield at Canandaigua. Hilton at Thomas, or Mynderse at Wayne. Rush-Henrietta is at C-C and Midlakes is at Newark.

On Friday Essex (VT) will travel to Geneva and McDowell (Erie PA) is at Pal-Mac.

Saturday has fourteen games on the schedule, including Churchville at Avon, Orchard Park at Penfield, Victor at Jamesville-DeWitt and Penn Yan at Canandaigua.

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