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Pal-Mac and HFL win for trip to the Championships

DAY IN REVIEW: WEDNESDAY - There were four games played today and one was a close one. In Class C, Pal-Mac (#1) was a 4-3 winner over Livonia-Avon. They will Play HFL (#2) who beat Geneva today. In Class D Aquinas (#1) beat Marcus Whitman and will play Penn Yan (#2) who beat Mynderse today.

Livonia vs Pal-MacLIVONIA-AVON-3 at PAL-MAC-4 - Pal-Mac stepped up in the fourth quarter to defeat Livonia-Avon 4-3.  In a game that was plagued with penalties, the teams both had multiple attempts at extra-man offense.  The Red Raiders converted on two of their attempts while the Lakers could not convert on any of their attempts.  The man-down defense for Pal-Mac was a key factor of their win.  Livonia-Avon's junior goalie Colton Rose was stellar in the cage.  He finished with 12 recorded saves with many saves being amazing displays of athleticism.  Offensively, for the Red Raiders, Keagan Hoesterey was the standout with a hand in every goal of the night.  He finished with 3g-1a.... [This story continues here]          [ BOX SCORE]   - - More images in the photo gallery.

Penn Yan vs Maynderse

MYNDERSE-3 at PENN YAN-14 - Second seeded Penn Yan (12-5) has won every game with Mynderse since 2003 so winning was not a great surprise, but this year, Mynderse (11-7) had a greatly improved season and so the score was a little disappointing for the Blue Devils. Leading the scoring for Penn Yan were Braden Fingar (4g-2a), Tukker Fisher (5g), and Teagan Fingar (2g-2a). Penn Yan goalie Aiden Griffiths recorded 6s/2ga = 75% (42 mins). Scoring for Mynderse were junior attackman Griffin Hilimire (1g), senior midfielder Carson Montoney (1g), junior attackman Jack Brady (1g), and senior attackman Lucas Stevers (1a).            [ BOX SCORE

Geneva vs HFLGENEVA-5 at HFL-17 - Eight different players scored goals for HFL(16-2) including Grady Goodberlet (5g), Chase Perryman (4g-1a), Quinn Kailbourne (3g-1a), Owen Smith (1g-3a), and senior face off midfielder Drew Angelo (1g-1a)who won 16+/8- = 67%.  There was no report from Geneva (13-5) at post-time. Next up for the Cougars (#2) is top seeded Pal-Mac on Saturday.       [ BOX SCORE]   - - More images in the photo gallery. 

MARCUS WHITMAN-6 at AQUINAS-17 - The dominating Aquinas offense scored thirteen goals in the first half. Leading the scoring for Aquinas (13-5) were Noah Olbrich (5g-4a), Jake Guggino (4g-4a), and Tano Auriuso (5g-1a). In the goal for Aquinas was sophomore Logan Schimmel who made 3s/1ga = 75% (10 mins), and freshman Phil Wegman with 1s/0ga = 100% (2 mins) and Jake Gibson with 2s/5ga (36 mins). Leading the scoring for Marcus Whitman (8-10) were sophomore midfielder Tariku Blueye (1g-5a), sophomore attackman Ayden Clark (2g), and junior midfielder Logan Storms (1g).        [ BOX SCORE