Game Day Reports for

Saturday April 13, 2019


Scores Today
East Aurora - 3Greece Storm - 12REPORT
Orchard Park - 8Penfield - 10REPORT
Lancaster - 5Pittsford - 12REPORT
Hamburg - 8Thomas - 10REPORT
St. Francis - 8McQuaid Jesuit - 13REPORT
Aquinas - 5Canisius - 10REPORT
Wayne - 17Marcus Whitman - 4REPORT
Penn Yan - 9Nichols - 2REPORT
St. Joseph - 13Brighton - 11REPORT

 


Orchard Park - 8
Penfield - 10
 
1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Orchard Park 2 2 1 3   8
  Penfield 0 2 2 6   10
 

 

Penfield Comes Back to Give OP First Loss

- Penfield delivered Orchard Park their first loss of the season with a comeback win over the Quakers.  The Patriots won 10-8 after scoring the final four goals of the game and holding Orchard Park scoreless for the final six minutes of the game.  Michael Mitchell scored two of the final four goals and finished with 4g on the game.  Overall, Travis Wagner’s performance in the cage was the lynchpin for the Patriots.  He finished with 21 saves (72%) including multiple point blank saves.  John Richiusa finished 10/15 at the draw and won four straight draws to keep the ball in the Patriot half for the four goal stretch.

The Quakers came out of the gate swinging and scored the game opener 0:59 into play with Carter Korzenski scoring the first of his back to back goals.  They kept the pressure going and Korzenski scored his second with 1:19 left in the quarter.  After 12 minutes, Orchard Park led 2-0.  The Patriots did not get a single shot off in the first quarter.  They kept going into the second with the third goal game.  Max Streety, who led for Orchard Park with 4g-1a, scored his first four minutes into the quarter.  Orchard Park held the Patriots scoreless for the first 17 minutes.  The opener for Penfield was scored by Jacob Emmick (assist from Chase D’Hont).  Each team added one more goal before halftime to give Orchard Park the 4-2 lead at the break.

Jacob Shul scored the first goal of the second half to put Orchard Park back up by three goals.  Penfield responded by scoring the two goals to pull within one.  Emmick and Mitchell each scored an unassisted goal.  The third quarter ended with Orchard Park holding the 5-4 lead.  In the fourth quarter, Orchard Park led off again with another unassisted goal from Streety.  The Quakers held the two goal lead until 7:24 remaining in regulation when the Patriots began their comeback.  Penfield scored six of the last eight goals.

Once again, Mitchell and Emmick started off the scoring with unassisted goals.  The pair tied the score for the first time in the game at 6-6.  Emmick’s goal was scored with 6:44 remaining.  Orchard Park responded with a goal only 7 seconds later (unassisted by Streety) and then again 10 seconds after that (unassisted by Streety).  Within 17 seconds for the tie, Orchard Park was back up by two goals with time running down. Penfield kept their composure and scored four goals in just over six minutes.  Preston Cerda scored the first unassisted.  Mitchell scored two and Emmick scored one for Penfield in the final stretch.

More information is available on the GAME REPORT page.

 


Hamburg - 8
Thomas - 10
 
1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Hamburg 2 3 2 1   8
  Thomas 1 4 2 3   10
 

 

Thomas Hands Hamburg Second Loss of the Season

- Thomas scored four of the last five goals to pull ahead in their 10-8 win over Hamburg.  The game was only outside of a one goal game twice.  Throughout the contest, the score was tied each time up to 7-7 with both teams leading at different points in the game.  After Thomas scored their 8-7 lead, the game never tied again and Thomas held out the win.  Their 10th goal was scored with 0:12 remaining.  The Bulldogs fall to 6-2 with the loss, with both losses coming from Section Five teams (Canandiagua on 4/6)

Thomas scored the opener with Reed Currie scoring unassisted a little over 2 minutes into the game.  Hamburg responded with back to back goals to take their first lead.  Devin Collins scored both goals for the Bulldogs.  The first quarter ended with Hamburg leading 2-1.  Thomas opened the second quarter with a goal from David Petz (assist to Ryan Prine).  Two minutes later and Brock Schneider scored the first of his team leading 3g-1a for the Bulldogs.  Thomas kept up the pressure and added back to back goals by Joe Russo to pull ahead and retake the lead.  The scoring continued in the final three minutes with three more goals (2 for Hamburg, 1 for Thomas) to put the score at 5-5 going into halftime.

In the third, Hamburg opened the scoring with Schneider scoring unassisted.  The teams alternated goals for the entire third with Thomas tying the game with 2:01 left with another goal from Russo.  The score was 7-7 going into the fourth quarter.  The final go ahead goal by Thomas was scored with Russo with 10:36 left in the fourth.  The Titans held the one goal lead for eight minutes before they went up by two with 2:46 remaining.  It took less than a minute for the Bulldogs to pull back within one, but they could not come any closer.  Ethan Ruller finished with 12 saves for Thomas.

More information is available on the GAME REPORT page.

 


 

 

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