Canandaigua Uses Fourth Quarter to Secure Win

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Canandaigua scored four goals in the final quarter to secure a 6-5 victory over Thomas.  The Titans played a strong early game, but in the second half, they struggled offensively as they were scoreless for twenty minutes spanning from 0:47 seconds into the third until just under 3 minutes left in regulation. Full Story

Penfield Comes Back to Give OP First Loss

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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. Full Story

Thomas Hands Hamburg Second Loss of the Season

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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) Full Story

Battle of Webster High Schools

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In the battle of the Webster High Schools, Thomas defeated Schroeder 6-4 after a consistent four quarters.  Schroeder came out strong winning the first quarter 3-2.  Thomas came back with two unanswered goals in the second quarter to take the 4-3 lead into halftime.  The Titans never lost the lead after that. Full Story

Players of the Week - Group 2

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Section V Boys Lacrosse Coordinator Mike Simon and conjunction with the Connors and Ferris law firm have restructure the Players of the Week awards and for the first time this year, there will be offensive and defensive winners in each of the four classes. Full Story

Hilton Wins in Overtime

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Hilton fought back from an early deficit to defeat Penfield 8-7 in the first overtime period.  The Cadets scored the game winning goal 3:28 into the first overtime period with an unassisted goal from Brenden Howell.  The Cadets controlled the ball for the majority of overtime and didn’t allow the Patriots a shot at the cage in overtime.  Hilton scored three of the final four goals in the game after trailing 0-3 after the first 10 minutes. Full Story

Week In Review - Week 3

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It was a busy first full week with forty-six games played and all teams have begun their season.. At the moment there are seventy-one out of section games scheduled and twenty-seven have been played. Section Five has won thirteen and the out of section teams have won fourteen. Full Story

Brighton Defeats CBA in 2OT

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Saturday: DAY IN REVIEW: In the closest of games played today, Brighton's junior attackman Lukas Stanat scored the winning goal in the second overtime period. The first quarter was close with Christian Brothers Academy up 2-1, but the Barons responded before the half with four goals and took the halftime breat up 5-3. Five goals from the Brothers in the third quarter tied the game at 8-8 to start the last quarter. Both teams scored three in the final tweleve minutes. With around three minutes left in the game and Brighton up 11-8, the Brothers surged, tying the game with 0:11. Six different Barons made the offensive book led by Casey McDermott (2g-5a) and Stanat (3g-2a). Leading the Brothers were Colin Kelly (2g-3a), Preston Taylor (3g-1a) and Ryan Mackenzie (1g-3a). Brighton, now 4-1 will play Spencerport on Tuesday. Full Story

East United Wins First Game of the Season

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Friday: DAY IN REVIEW: In the only game played on Friday, East United won their first game of the 2019 season, beating Batavia-Attica-Notre Dame 9-3 at home. There was no report from East. Full Story

CC Breaks RH Undefeated Season

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Churchville-Chili used a strong second quarter to secure the 11-10 win over Rush Henrietta.  The Saints scored the game winning goal with only 0:11 remaining on the clock with an unassisted goal from Patrick Mitchell.  Mitchell, who finished the game with 4 goals, scored the last two goals for the Saints.  Eli Chalmers also scored 4 goals for Churchville-Chili.  Rush-Henrietta was led in scoring by Luke Delavak (3g-2a). Full Story

 

Other Stories of Interest

Rule Changes for 2019 Announced

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The NFHS Rules Committee has announced their list of rules changes for 2018 and have been approved by the FHHS Board of Directors.  Full Story

Lots of Coverage This Season

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As the scholastic lacrosse movement continues to grow, the opportunities for exposure also increase.
Varsity Media, a regional sports video production company, will be live streaming fifteen games this season (including three for the girls teams) on their YouTube Channel: Full Story

Canandaigua Debuts Braves Lacrosse Network

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It is hard to believe, as it seems like it was just yesterday that the Canandaigua Braves capped a Cinderella season with the winning of the New York State Championship in 2009. Full Story

SportsFive Adds a New Community Forum

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With the closing of the Laxpower.com web site by Active Sports Network last year, the lacrosse community lost another lax-oriented forum board. Full Story

2018 Season Wrap Up

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Section Five lacrosse saw some changes in teams as Greece combined four schools into the Greece Storm and Livonia joined with Avon to form the Lakers. The Rochester city schools combined to form East United. With the changes and combinations, there were thirty-five teams and 942 players. Fairport carried the largest roster with forty players and Batavia had the smallest with sixteen.  Full Story

 


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