Team Info
 LEAGUE: Monroe 3
 MAIN FIELD: Honeoye Falls-Lima High School
Head Coach

Jack Beaney

Head Coach at Honeoye Falls-Lima since 2015

Win/Loss Record at Honeoye Falls-Lima: 67-41

Scholastic Career Record: 96-80

Previous Head Coach at: Bloomfield-Honeoye (2008-2011)

Played High School lacrosse at Rush-Henrietta

Assistants: Ben Atkinson - Allan Chapman-Eric Goodberlet

Team Honors History
Section Five Champions: 1
    2021 (Class C)


US Lacrosse All Americans: 1
    Garrett Ruff (2018)


US Lacrosse All Academics: 2
    Garrett Ruff (2017)    Tyler Burgasser (2009)


US Lacrosse Bob Scott Awards: 1
    Ryan Kelly (2014)


Honeoye Falls-Lima Cougars

Previous Game
Home Team
Away Team
4/29 HFL - 6 Thomas - 15
5/01 Pal-Mac - 12 HFL - 5
5/03 HFL - 12 Livonia-Avon - 7
5/05 HFL - 15 East United-Eastridge - 3
5/07 Gates Chili - 1 HFL - 17
5/10 HFL - 11 Hilton - 8
5/12 Irondequoit - 5 HFL - 10
5/14 HFL - 7 Brighton - 8
5/17 Greece Storm - 8 HFL - 14
5/19 Churchville-Chili - 6 HFL - 12
5/21 HFL - 6 McQuaid Jesuit - 14
5/26 HFL - 20 Brockport - 6
5/28 Rush-Henrietta - 11 HFL - 14
6/02 Spencerport - 14 HFL - 6
6/05 Schroeder - 10 HFL - 14
6/09 HFL - 20 Midlakes-Red Jacket - 2
6/11 Geneva - 5 HFL - 6
6/14 Livonia-Avon - 10 HFL - 18
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Feature Image

HF-L wins First Sectional Title

HF-L at Livonia-AvonThird seeded HF-L came out strong in the first quarter and never really looked back in their 18-10 win over top seeded Livonia-Avon.  The Cougars never trailed in the game, although the Lakers kept the game close with a few runs throughout the game.  After the standout performance in the Geneva vs. HF-L game and 4g tonight, Colt Green was named Class C Tournament MVP.  In addition to the boys win this evening, the HF-L girls lacrosse program also won their Section Tournament on Saturday with a 19-7 win over Newark-Midlakes.

HF-L at Livonia-AvonThe Cougars started off the game with five of the first six goals.  Huck Thayer scored the opener with a feed from Braydn Trybuskiewicz.  Trybuskiewicz finished the game with a team leading 4g-3a.  The second goal of the game was scored by Green with an outside shot from the top right.  HF-L kept up the pressure with another goal.  This time, during and extra-man attempt with David Brassie scoring from a cross-feed pass from Trybuskiewicz.  The Lakers got on the board with a drive from behind the cage by Jackson McEnerney with 5:06 left in the first quarter.  This was the first offensive opportunity for Livonia-Avon.  The Cougars added one more goal before the end of the quarter.  With 0:52 left on the clock, Ian Kane scored during a slow break.  HF-L led 4-1 after 12 minutes.

HF-L at Livonia-AvonAt the start of the second quarter, the Cougars scored the opener with Trybuskiewicz’s first goal.  During another EMO he scored with a feed from Brassie.  Livonia-Avon stopped the game from getting away from them with three of the next four goals.  It was the first of two times, that they had scoring streaks in attempts to keep the game close.  McEnerney scored his second with another drive from behind.  Once again this was their first serious offensive attempt of the quarter.  Green scored his second goal of the game with a feed from behind the cage (by Brassie).  Face-off midfielder Matthew Connor came helped the Lakers with back-to-back assists.  HF-L at Livonia-AvonThe first was a bass to the left flat to Roman Volpe and the second was a face-off fast-break to McEnerney.  Connor had an extremely strong game for the Lakers and finished with 2g-3a.  After the fast-break goal, the Lakers had pulled within two (6-4) with 5:34 remaining on the clock.

HF-L scored the final two goals of the quarter to take an 8-4 lead into the half.  They had three more to the open the third quarter.  Chase Perryman and Green scored two each with Trybuskiewicz scoring the fifth.  With 6:14 remaining in the third quarter, HF-L led by 7.  At that point, Livonia-Avon began their second scoring stretch to keep the game competitive.  They scored four of the next five to pull back within four.  The main factor was again Connor.  He scored back-to-back unassisted goal with an outside shot at 5:53 for the first goal.  HF-L at Livonia-AvonThe second was an impressive single player effort off the draw.  After losing the initial control, he kept up the pressure on the HFL face-off midfielder and forced the ball loose.  He then ran down the ball and forced the ball into the cage.  The third quarter ended with HFL leading by 4 (12-8).

In the fourth quarter, HF-L pulled away with five unanswered goals.  The Cougars led by nine (their largest lead of the game) with 2:41 remaining.  The final goal of the game was McEnerney’s fifth of the night.  In the cage for Livonia-Avon, Matthew Beachel finished with 6 recorded saves. 

In 2005 HF-L lost to Penn Yan in a combined Class B/C Tournament. Penn Yan moved on the the NYS tournament in Class C and HF-L moved forward as the Section V team in Class B.  [BOX SCORE]  More images are available in the gallery.


Expected Returners
who won awards in 2021

David Brassie - 2022 - M
All-League Honorable Mention A/M (MC-d3)

Drew Angelo - 2024 - M/FO
All-League 2nd Team Midfield/FO (MC-d3)

Chase Perryman - 2024 - A
All-League Honorable Mention A/M (MC-d3)

Braydn Trybuskiewicz - 2024 - M/A
All-League 2nd Team Attack (MC-d3)

Previous Seniors
who won awards in 2021

Matt Blythe - 2021 - A
All-League 2nd Team Attack (MC-d3), AGR D&C All-Greater Rochester (Honorable Mention-MC), All-League 1st Team Attack (MC-d3)

Christian Coler - 2021 - M
All-League 2nd Team SSDM (MC-d3)

Jack Graney - 2021 - D
All-League Honorable Mention Midfield (MC-d3)

Colt Green - 2021 - M
AGR D&C All-Greater Rochester (Honorable Mention-MC), All-League 1st Team Midfield (MC-d3)

Ian Kane - 2021 - LSM
AGR D&C All-Greater Rochester (Honorable Mention-MC), All-League 1st Team LSM (MC-d3)

Cade Ratliff-Kailbourne - 2021 - D
All-League 2nd Team Defense (MC-d3)

Huck Thayer - 2021 - M
All-League Honorable Mention Midfield (MC-d3)

Gunnar Wetzel - 2021 - M
All-League Honorable Mention Midfield (MC-d3)

Plans for College Teams
and have not yet made their college teams

Graduates Currently Playing on College Teams (10)

Tyler Bushnell (Geneseo) - Nate Hall (Iowa) - Jake Kidd (Lawrence Tech) - Alex Mapstone (St Lawrence) - Andrew Mapstone (Lehigh) - Peter Romig (Montana State) - Chase Rorick (Utica) - Jonathan Roth (Nazareth) - Garrett Ruff (Cornell) - Ben Tomaszewski (Geneseo)

Current Stat leaders

Scoring Leader:   Matt Blythe with 51.

Assists Leader:   Matt Blythe with 30.

Points Leader:   Matt Blythe with 81.

Ground Ball Leader:   Drew Angelo with 133.

Takes Leader:   Ian Kane with 6.

The rest of the stats are on the Statistics Page..

4/29 HFL-6 Thom-15
5/01 P-M-12 HFL-5
5/03 HFL-12 Liv-Av-7
5/05 HFL-15 East-3
5/07 GC-1 HFL-17
5/10 HFL-11 Hilt-8
5/12 IRQ-5 HFL-10
5/14 HFL-7 Bri-8
5/17 Storm-8 HFL-14
5/19 C-C-6 HFL-12
5/21 HFL-6 McQ-14
5/26 HFL-20 Brpt-6
5/28 R-H-11 HFL-14
6/02 Spen-14 HFL-6
6/05 Schr-10 HFL-14
6/09 HFL-20 Mid-R-2
6/11 Gen-5 HFL-6
6/14 Liv-Av-10 HFL-18
13 wins and 5 losses
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