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Friday: Penn Yan Takes Canandaigua in Overtime

- There were two classic match ups on Friday as Canandaigua forced overtime on a goal with no time left in the game, but fell in overtime to Penn Yan. Irondequoit, who revived their competition with Geneva that started around 1950, won the contest today. Pittsford had a close game with Marcellus (Section 3) but won 10-9 at Hobart College and Victor defeated Wayne.

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Thursday Games

Penn Yan 11 - Canandaigua 10 in Overtime 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Penn Yan
     Record: 5-1
2 3 4 1 1 11
  Canandaigua
     Record: 4-3
4 1 2 3   10
 
 

The book for Penn Yan: Bradley Voigt (3g-1a), Sean Emerson (3g), Sam Dirisio (1g-1a), Austin Fingar (2g-1a), Rion Davison (1g), Ben Covert (1g-1a), Goaltending: Brandon Maciejewski 9s/10ga (48 mins).

The book for Canandaigua: Ben Smith-Wilcox (2g-1a), Connor Hulme (2g-3a), Brian Feldman (3g-2a), Mitchell Schaefer (1g-3a), Eric Munn (1g), Tyelor Dingman (1a), Tim Bay (1g), Goaltending: Luke MacNeil 4s/11ga (48 mins).

 

--  Game NOTE:It truly was another classic Canandaigua-Penn Yan contest under the Mustang lights and with a large crowd on hand. After trading goals resulting in a 5-5 tie at halftime, Penn Yan took a 9-7 lead, but let the Braves back in as they scored three in the last quarter to force overtime.

Penn Yan-CACanandaigua started off with the first three goals in the first four minutes of the game. Connor Hulme scored the first of his 2g-3a at 11:10. It was followed by a goal by Eric Munn, assisted by Brian Feldman (3g-2a) and Mitch Schaefer (1g-3a) with an assist from sophomore attackman Tyelor Dingman. Canandaigua emotions ran high with the three quick goals and for a short while, Penn Yan looked like they were in trouble. They channeled that concern into a good save by Brandon Maciejewski which was quickly followed by a Penn Yan goal from Bradley Voigt (3g-1a) with an assist from Sam Dirisio (1g-1a). Three minutes later Voigt struck again with an assist from Ben Covert. With thirty seconds left, Feldman scored on a pass from Hulme and the quarter ended with Canandaigua up 4-2.

Penn Yan took control in the second quarter, scoring the first three goals and took their first lead of the game. Scoring unassisted goals were Voigt, Covert and Sean Emerson. Feldman gave CA a halftime tie with his goal on an assist from Schaefer. Penn Yan-CA

The Braves broke the tie at the top of the third quarter when Tim Bay scored on a feed from Hulme, but the lead was short-lived as the Mustangs came back with three in a row. Dirisio tied the game at 6-6 when he scored at 7:49 on a pass from Austin Fingar (2g-1a - 13/24 f/o and 8gb). Emerson scored two unassisted goals in just over one minute to put the Mustangs up 8-6. With just over four minutes left sophomore attackman Ben Smith-Wilcox (2g-1a) scored for Canandaigua, but Penn Yan finished the quarter with an unassisted goal by Fingar. After three quarters, Penn Yan led 9-7.

Penn Yan appeared to be in control after scoring the first goal in the last quarter. Rion Davison scored at 9:03 on a nice feed from Voigt to put the Mustangs up 10-7. The ball moved up and down the field for the next five minutes with both defensive units scoring take-aways. The tide turned at 4:12 with Canandaigua scored the first of three goals, starting with a goal by Hulme (from Feldman). Although the Mustangs often took the ball to their end of the field, they were unable to maintain control of the ball and gave Canandaigua more offensive sets. Smith-Wilcox received the ball from Schaefer and brought the score to within one goal (10-9) at 3:02. Penn Yan won the next face off, but lost the ball before taking a shot. Canandaigua did the same, but got that ball back from the Mustangs. After a missed shot, Canandaigua Head Coach Ed Mulheron called a time out with about 0:15 left in the game. The play he called failed, but as the ball bounced back in front of the Penn Yan goal Smith-Wilcox picked it up and gave it to Feldman who scored just as the clock hit 0:00.

Penn Yan won possession of the ball in overtime and took quite a bit of time to set up several drives that were turned away by the Braves. With 1:46 left, Austin Fingar ended the game with his unassisted goal.

Canandaigua (4-3) will face Webster Thomas while Penn Yan will play McQuaid Jesuit on Tuesday. return to top

 

Thursday Games

Victor 14 - Wayne 4 

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 Victor
     Record: 7-1
2 6 1 5   14
  Wayne
     Record: 3-1
1 2 1 0   4
 
 

The book for Victor: Ryan Maloney (1g-1a), Max Lambert (2g-4a), Eric Haney (3g-1a), Kyle Collins (2g), Patrick Barrow (1a), Mike DeMarco (1g), Luke Bartkoski (1g), Alec DeCarlo (2a), Nick Montemorano (1g), Dan Barrow (3g-1a), Jack Callahan (1a), Goaltending: Justin Young 7s/1ga = 88% (43 mins), Brennan Mackey 1s/3ga (5 mins).

The book for Wayne: Chris Ecker (1g-1a), Tim Oddi (1g), Andrew Jenkins (1g), John Bowman (1g), Goaltending: Justin Townsend 14s/14ga = 50% (48 mins).

 

--  Look for Wayne FullStats on Saturday. return to top

Pittsford 10 - Marcellus 9 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Pittsford
     Record: 6-0
          10
  Marcellus
     Record: 4-2
          9
 
 

The book for Pittsford: Stephen Quinzi (4g-1a), Jonathan Perotto (4g), Brandon Barker (1g-3a), James Felix (1g), Jake Leve (1a), Goaltending.

The book for Marcellus:

 

--  Look for Pittsford FullStats on Saturday. return to top

Irondequoit 15 - Geneva 7 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Irondequoit
     Record: 3-4
7 4 3 1   15
  Geneva
     Record: 2-2
1 1 1 4   7
 
 

The book for Irondequoit: Joshua Merkel (4g), John Lombardi (4g-3a), Daniel Doktor (5g-3a), Ian Eckert (1g), Andrew Knope (1g-2a), Goaltending: Max Eismann 10s/7ga = 59% (48 mins).

The book for Geneva: Eddie Eddington (3g), Kyle Cosentino (2g), Jason Feinberg (2a), Michael DeVaney (1g), Ethan Bakogiannis (1g), Goaltending: Jacob Drennen 3s/11ga (24 mins), Ben Rotenberg 2s/4ga (24 mins).

 

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--  Game NOTE:Irondequoit overcame seventeen minutes in penalties, including a two minute, six on three disadvantage, to beat Geneva this afternoon 15-7. Irondequoit had the edge at the face off with 19-6 (76%) led by Mitch Culver, John Lombardi, and Trevor Carney.

The Geneva-Irondequoit series, which dates back over fifty years was revived last year, when Geneva was the winner. Irondequoit returns to action this Tuesday when they take on Penfield. Geneva travels to Marcus Whitman on Tuesday. return to top

  

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Thursday: Schroeder takes HF-L

- There were four games played on Thursday. Perhaps the most exciting local game was Schroeder at HF-L, where the Warriors scored a lone goal in the last quarter to get a 9-8 win. Pal-Mac (4-0) continued to win as they defeated Newark and Aquinas took an 8-7 win from Nichols (Section 6). The McQuaid Jesuit Knights dropped a close 6-5 overtime game with Lake Braddock (Virginia).

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Schroeder 9 - HFL 8 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 HFL
     Record: 2-5
2 2 4 0   8
  Schroeder
     Record: 4-3
1 3 4 1   9
 
 

The book for HFL: Bill Pluta (1a), Alex Mapstone (2g), Tim Breau (1g-2a), Ryan Kelly (3g), Evan Kelly (1g), Dylan Stratton (1g-1a), Goaltending: Bryce Kelly 12s/9ga = 57% (48 mins).

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The book for Schroeder: Mike Trass (3g-2a), Jared Griffin (1a), Blake Balcaen (2g-2a), Joe Saltrelli (1g-1a), David Laspina (1a), Adam Gerbasi (1g), Jack Donnelly (2g) Goaltending: Willie Klan 5s/8ga (48 mins).

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--  Game NOTE:Webster Schroeder scored the lone goal of the fourth quarter in order to defeat HF-L 9-8. The Warriors trailed at the start of the second quarter but scored four unanswered goals spanning into the third quarter to keep the game close. During the second half, the teams traded goals four times in a row.

Schroeder opened the scoring with David Laspina assisting Joe Saltrelli. HF-L scored the next four goals to take a 4-1 lead with 6:11 remaining in the half. All four goals were scored by different Cougars: Alex Mapstone, Tim Breau, Ryan Kelly and Dylan Stratton. Mapstone, Breau and Stratton each added an assist during the run. Schroeder turned the quarter around in the final six minutes of the half. Schroeder at HF-LThe Warriors scored three goals before the time expired. Mike Trass scored all three goals, with the first assisted by Blake Balcaen. Trass finished with 3g-2a for the Warriors. The score was tied 4-4 going into halftime.

The remaining nine goals were all alternated between the two teams. Schroeder score d both the first and last goals. Balcaen scored the first goal for the Warriors 1:06 into the third quarter and the last goal for the Warriors with 6:41 remaining in regulation. Face off midfielder Zac Cooley finished at 65% for the Warriors (13/20). Cooley also finished with nine ground balls to lead his team. Defensemen Jacob Bogert and Matthew Streit both added six ground balls to the count. In the cage, Willie Klan finished with five saves. HF-L was led in ground balls by Mapstone with five. Defenseman Anthony Garcia finished with three ground balls. In the cage, Bryce Kelly finished with 12 recorded saves. return to top

 

Thursday Games

Pal-Mac 17 - Newark 5 

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 Newark
     Record: 1-4
2 0 1 2   5
  Pal-Mac
     Record: 4-0
6 3 6 2   17
 
 

The book for Newark: Evan Knapp (2g), Teddy Collins (2g), Deven Lewis (1g), Dylan Yatteau (1a), Cameron Casselman (1a), Goaltending: Conor Tickner 10s/15ga (36 mins), Devon Brown 2s/2ga = 50% (12 mins).

The book for Pal-Mac: Ben Reeves (5g-4a), Brian Burger (2g), Stephen Morrell (1g-2a), Tyler Hurlbutt (2g-1a), Jarett Duchesneau (2g-3a), AJ Hems (5g-1a), Goaltending: Jack DeMeyers 9s/3ga = 75% (36 mins), Charlie Holvey 1s/1ga = 50% (9 mins), Jared Hurlbutt 0s/1ga (3 mins).

 

Lake Braddock 6 - McQuaid Jesuit 5 in Overtime 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Lake Braddock
     Record: 7-1
          6
  McQuaid Jesuit
     Record: 5-4
          5
 
 

The book for Lake Braddock:

The book for McQuaid Jesuit:

 

Aquinas 8 - Nichols 7 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Aquinas
     Record: 5-4
0 4 2 2   8
  Nichols
     Record: 4-3
4 1 0 2   7
 
 

The book for Aquinas: Jamison Whitfield (1g), Greer Leva (1g), Alex Bianchi (3g), Jamir Jones (2g-1a), Jonathan Olbrich (1g), Goaltending: Andrew Kausch 5s/7ga (48 mins).

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Wednesday: Churchville-Chili over Thomas in Overtime

- Seven ties were seen in a closely contested game as Churchville-Chili (3-1) defeated Webster Thomas 12-11 in overtime. On the road, Penfield beat Eastport/South Manor (Section 11) 10-6. In the third game, Hilton defeated Gates Chili.

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Penfield 10 - Eastport/So Manor 6 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Eastport/So Manor
     Record: 3-5
2 1 0 3   6
  Penfield
     Record: 5-2
2 3 2 3   10
 
 

The book for Eastport/So Manor:

The book for Penfield: Mitch Standera (2g-3a), Brian Wall (3g), Max Spaan (2g-1a), Jake Sproule (1g-1a), Tommy Bell (1g), Ryan Fulton (1g-1a) Goaltending: Liam Guiton 15s/6ga = 71% (48 mins).

 

--  Game NOTE: The Penfield defense played well again and Liam Guiton had another outstanding performance with 15 saves. Brian Wall led the Patriots in ground balls with seven.return to top

 

Hilton 12 - Gates Chili 3 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Hilton
     Record: 4-2
7 3 0 2   12
  Gates Chili
     Record: 1-5
0 2 0 1   3
 
 

The book for Hilton: Harold Juergens (1g-1a), Justin Goodrich (3g-1a), Shawn Kimble (3g-3a), Teddy Alvarado (3a), Zeus Doser (2g-1a), Tyler Farrel (1g), Ricky Cocilova (1a), Zakk Mount (2g), Goaltending: Tyler Cusse 3s/1ga = 75% (12 mins), Jarod Kimble 6s/2ga = 75% (24 mins), Delvin Ergott 1s/0ga = 100% (12 mins).

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The book for Gates Chili: Joseph O`Hare (1a), Joe Talarico (1g), Jonathan Santiago (1g), Austin Castre (1g), Goaltending: Michael Cavallaro 5s/12ga (48 mins).

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Churchville-Chili 12 - Thomas 11 in Overtime 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Thomas
     Record: 5-3
3 4 3 1   11
  Churchville-Chili
     Record: 3-1
2 3 3 3 1 12
 
 

The book for Thomas:

The book for Churchville-Chili: Jason Tebo (1a), Aaron Buck (3g), Trevor Hodgins (2g-1a), Joey Johnson (2g), Brandon Lohman (1a), Jake Mortier (2g-1a), Cameron Shipley (2g), Ryan Cosgrove (1g-1a) Goaltending: Mike Yehl 10s/10ga = 50% (49 mins), Matt Cobb 1s/1ga = 50% (1 mins).

 

C-C at Thomas

--  Game NOTE:In one of the most excited games this season, Churchville-Chili scored the last three goals in regulation to force overtime before defeating Webster Thomas. Ryan Cosgrove scored his first goal of the game unassisted with 1:42 remaining in the first overtime period. The game was back and forth for its entirety with seven ties. The game also featured four sets of four goal runs (two from each team). The scoring was spread around for both teams with only one player from either team getting over three goals. Senior attackman, and former player of week, Aaron Buck finished with a hat trick and was the only player to do so. Webster Thomas junior midfielder Kevin Hill finished with the most points with 2g-2a for the Titans. Overall, eight players made the offensive book for the Saints and nine players made the offensive book for the Titans.

Churchville-Chili started off the scoring with an unassisted goal from Trevor Hodgins. Hodgins finished with 2g-1a for the Saints. The Titans fought back with two goals of their own to take their first lead of the game with 8:18 remaining. Cam Issac and Pat LeMoine both scored unassisted goals for Thomas. Buck`s first goal tied the game with 7:12 remaining. Two minutes later the last goal of the opening quarter was scored when LeMoine found Hill open. The first quarter ended with Thomas leading 3-2.CC-Thomas

Churchville-Chili struck quickly in the second quarter with two goals in the first two minutes. Hodgins scored his second (unassisted) and Cameron Shipley scored the first of his two goals. Shipley scored during a man-down illegal cross penalty against the Saints. This was the first of two man-down goals for the Saints. Overall, four of Churchville-Chili's goals were scored during uneven situations. With 10:01 remaining in the second quarter Churchville-Chili led 4-3. The rest of the game was four goal streaks by alternating teams. Thomas scored the next four goals all in the second quarter. With 2:09 remaining in the first half Churchville-Chili scored the first of their four goals streak spanning into the third quarter. The last of those goals was their second man down goal with Brandon Lohman assisted Joey Johnson with 6:12 remaining in the third quarter.

The second four goal streak for Thomas started in the third quarter (5:41) and ended in the fourth quarter (8:25). The last Titan goal of the game was scored by Christian Nairy and gave them a three goal lead with just over eight minutes remaining in regulation. Churchville-Chili scored three goals to tie the game within the next two minutes. The final goal in regulation was scored by Shipley with 6:19 remaining. The final six minutes were strong show of defense from both teams. Cosgrove`s goal was the third shot in regulation (one for Thomas and two for Churchville-Chili).

In the cage for Churchville-Chili, Mike Yehl played all but one minute with 10 recorded saves (50%). Matt Cobb also finished 50% with 1s/1ga in his one minute of game time. Defenseman Mike Caternolo finished with a team leading 10 goals for the Saints. He also finished with a 63% win ration at the face off draw (15/24). Davis Bird, the Thomas goalie finished with seven recorded saves. return to top

  

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Connors and Ferris Player of the Week   2014 Week 3

Merritt Bailey and Colin McElligot Are Week 3 Winners

- This week`s Player of the Week award winner are Marcus Whitman senior goalie Merritt Bailey and Spencerport sophomore attackman Colin McElligot. The players were selected from nominations submitted last week.

Merrit BaileyDefensive Player of the Week
Merritt Bailey

The four year staring goalie for Marcus Whitman might have been selected for the Offensive Player of the Week as well, as, last week he scored seven goals while making twenty-five saves (78%).

In their 9-8 win against Midlakes, Merritt made seventeen saves (against seven goals against). Down 7-4 late in the third quarter he scored four goals in a row to tie the game with just two minutes left in the game.

Signing a National Letter of Intent to play at Seton Hill next year, the senior goalie and team leader currently has a career record of 617 saves in his 2,374 minutes in the varsity cage.

Says Head Coach Bruce Teague Jr, "Merritt has been the best player on the field all season for Marcus Whitman and this week proved it again."

Ryan MaloneyOffensive Player of the Week
Colin McElligott

The Spencerport sophomore attackman had a 2g-6a game to help Spencerport beat Honeoye Falls-Lima and followed that game with 3g-2a against Eastridge. At this point in the season he has accumulated 17g-18a and has a goals from shots on percentage in 71%.

His coach, Matt Nentarz says, "Colin has become one of our go to players offensively. He has a great understanding of the game."

  

The Connors and Ferris law firm is sponsoring recognition for a Varsity level Offensive and Defensive Player of the Week this year.

Each week a small committee of SportsFive.NET staff members and Section Five Lacrosse Committee members will create and review review nominations from coaches, players and fans and pick one offensive and one defensive player who have excelled in a game or games during the season.

The award winners will receive a commemorative shirt and will featured on the SportsFive.NET web site.

Fans of Section Five Lacrosse can make their nominations on-line by clicking here.

Make your next week's nominations by Noon on Sunday, April 20th.


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Tuesday: Lakeland/Panas Takes Penn Yan by One

- Section Five lost two out of Section games today as Penn Yan lost a close one to Lakeland/Panas (11-10) and Irondequoit lost to Ithaca. Section Five teams have now won 67% of out of section games (14Wvs 7L) See the whole list here. In the only other game played today, Fairport took a 10-1 first half lead on their way to a 10-7 win over Aquinas.

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Lakeland/Panas 11 - Penn Yan 10 

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 Lakeland/Panas
     Record: 6-1
3 2 2 4   11
  Penn Yan
     Record: 4-1
3 1 2 4   10
 
 

The book for Lakeland/Panas:

The book for Penn Yan: Rion Davison (4g-2a), Bradley Voigt (2g-1a), Sean Emerson (2g-1a), Austin Fingar (1g-1a), Sam Dirisio (1g), Ben Covert (1a), Goaltending: Brandon Maciejewski 17s/11ga = 61% (48 mins).

 

Ithaca 11 - Irondequoit 5 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Ithaca
     Record: 5-5
2 4 1 4   11
  Irondequoit
     Record: 2-4
1 1 2 1   5
 
 

The book for Ithaca:

The book for Irondequoit: Daniel Doktor (2g), John Lombardi (2g-1a), Andrew Knope (1g), Goaltending: Max Eismann 15s/11ga = 58% (48 mins).

 

Fairport 10 - Aquinas 7 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Aquinas
     Record: 4-4
1 0 0 6   7
  Fairport
     Record: 5-1
6 4 0 0   10
 
 

The book for Aquinas: Jamison Whitfield (1g-1a), Greer Leva (1g-1a), Anthony DePetres (1g), Liam Smith (1a), Alex Bianchi (4g), Goaltending: Andrew Kausch 5s/10ga (48 mins).

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The book for Fairport: Cameron Gebhardt (1g-2a), Ryan Crater (3g), Dan McAvoy (2g-1a), Justin Kesselring (2g-3a), Kacin Welch (1g-2a), Dylan DeLorme (1g), Kyle McAvoy (1a), Goaltending: Joey Scalise 1s/1ga = 50% (12 mins), Tyler Wetzel 4s/0ga = 100% (24 mins), Matt Hawk 8s/6ga = 57% (12 mins).

 

--  Game NOTE: Senior face off middie, Shane Cronkwright won nine of thirteen and Nick Foley won four of six face offs for Fairport in their 10-7 victory over Aquinas.return to top.

  

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Monday: McQuaid Wins, West Islip Takes Penfield

- McQuaid Jesuit had a game planned with Battlefield (PA) for tomorrow, but the game was moved up with the threat of bad weather. The knights won that game 9-7. We received the score from Penfield who lost a close 8-5 game with West Islip (Long Island). The Lions won the NYS Championship in 2012.

Friday Games

McQuaid Jesuit 9 - Battlefield 7 

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 Battlefield
     Record: 2-3
          7
  McQuaid Jesuit
     Record: 5-3
          9
 
 

The book for Battlefield:

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West Islip 8 - Penfield 5 

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 West Islip
     Record: 4-4
2 2 2 2   8
  Penfield
     Record: 4-2
2 0 1 2   5
 
 

The book for West Islip:

The book for Penfield: Brian Wall (1g-2a), Jake Sproule (1g-1a), Mitch Standera (1g-1a), Max Spaan (1g), Ryan Fulton (1g), Ethan Parks (1a), Goaltending: Liam Guiton 18s/8ga = 69% (48 mins).

 

--  Game NOTE:Chris Reese, West Islip FO midfielder, went 14/16 and controlled possessions of the game. Despite a huge advantage in possession time, Penfield's defense played well and Liam Guiton had a career performance in the cage with 18 saves.

  

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Saturday: Four Out of Section Wins for Section Five

- All four out of section games today were won by Section Five teams. Fairport beat West Genesee (Section III) 10-1, Webster Thomas defeated Ithaca (Section IV) 19-8, HF-L was the winner over Eden (Section 6) with a score of 12-4 and Penn Yan defeated Carthage (Section III) 18-4. Section Five has now won 76% of out of section games (13Wvs 3L) See the whole list here. In other games Wayne beat Newark, 14-9 and Marcus Whitman beat Midlakes 9-8 with senior starting goalie Merritt Bailey scoring 5g-1, while out of the nets.

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Wayne 14 - Newark 6 

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 Wayne
     Record: 3-0
4 4 3 3   14
  Newark
     Record: 1-3
2 2 0 2   6
 
 

The book for Wayne: Ryan Nicholson (1g), John Bowman (3g), Chris Ecker (1g), Jack Camp (1g-1a), Jake Moss (1g-1a), Austin Leckinger (1g), Andrew Jenkins (2g-5a), Tim Oddi (2g-1a), Tyler Parsons (1g), Eric Crumb (1g), Jon Ecker (2a), Goaltending: Justin Townsend 6s/5ga = 55% (44 mins), Devon Tunley 0s/1ga (2 mins).

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The book for Newark: Evan Knapp (3g-1a), Dylan Yatteau (3g-1a) Goaltending: Conor Tickner 13s/14ga (48 mins).

 

Pal-Mac 18 - Geneva 10 

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 Pal-Mac
     Record: 3-0
9 1 6 2   18
  Geneva
     Record: 2-1
1 4 2 3   10
 
 

The book for Pal-Mac: Ben Reeves (6g-7a), Brian Burger (5g-1a), Stephen Morrell (2g-2a), Tyler Hurlbutt (4g-1a), Jarett Duchesneau (1g-2a), Goaltending: Jack DeMeyers 11s/8ga = 58% (44 mins), Charlie Holvey 1s/2ga (4 mins).

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--  Game NOTE:Geneva took advantage of Pal-Mac penalty trouble in the second and third quarters, scoring six man-up goals.

Gates at Victor

Marcus Whitman 9 - Midlakes 8 

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 Marcus Whitman
     Record: 3-1
1 2 2 4   9
  Midlakes
     Record: 2-3
3 2 2 1   8
 
 

The book for Marcus Whitman: Lane Brown (1a), Tyler Wolfe (1g-1a), Merritt Bailey (4g), Matt Hall (4g), Goaltending: Tanner Smith 3s/1ga = 75% (21 mins), Merritt Bailey 17s/7ga = 71% (27 mins).

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The book for Midlakes: Alex Holt (1g-1a), Chris Goodman (2g-1a), Sean Peacock (4g-2a), Robert Middlebrook (1a), Matt Vandamme (1g) Goaltending: Kyle Wilkes 14s/9ga = 61% (48 mins).

 

HFL 12 - Eden 4 

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 Eden
     Record: 1-2
0 2 0 2   4
  HFL
     Record: 2-4
4 3 3 2   12
 
 

The book for Eden:

The book for HFL: Alex Mapstone (1g), Thomas Bailey (1a), Tim Breau (4g-2a), Ryan Kelly (2g-3a), Evan Kelly (2g-1a), Eric Teel (1a), Dylan Stratton (3g) Goaltending: Bryce Kelly 7s/4ga = 64% (48 mins).

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Fairport 10 - West Genesee 1 

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 Fairport
     Record: 4-1
5 1 2 2   10
  West Genesee
     Record: 3-2
0 1 0 0   1
 
 

The book for Fairport: Dan McAvoy (5g-1a), Kacin Welch (3g-2a), Cameron Gebhardt (1a), Justin Kesselring (1g-2a), Ryan Crater (1g), Goaltending: Joey Scalise 9s/1ga = 90% (48 mins).

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--  Game NOTE: Dan McAvoy was involved in sixty percent of the scoring (5g-1a) and senior midfielder Shane Cronkwright won nine of ten face offs as the Red Raiders scored the five five goals on the way to their 10-1 victory over West Genesee of Section III. return to top.

Thomas 19 - Ithaca 8 

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 Thomas
     Record: 5-2
8 3 4 4   19
  Ithaca
     Record: 3-5
1 2 2 3   8
 
 

The book for Thomas: Kevin Hill (6g), Caleb Humbert (1a), Mitch Hutteman (1g-3a), Matt Fiore (1a), Travis Ford (2g-1a), Christian Nairy (2g), Nick Schuman (3g), Shane Rickard (1g), Cam Issac (3g-2a), Pat LeMoine (1g-2a), Coz Fiore (1a), Goaltending: Davis Bird 5s/3ga = 63% (24 mins), Dean O`Neil 5s/5ga = 50% (24 mins).

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Ithaca at Thomas

Penn Yan 18 - Carthage 4 

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 Penn Yan
     Record: 4-0
8 8 2 0   18
  Carthage
     Record: 5-1
0 0 1 3   4
 
 

The book for Penn Yan: Sean Emerson (2g-2a), Sam Dirisio (3g), Craig Gerhardt (1g-1a), Austin Fingar (2g-2a), Rion Davison (6g-1a), Ben Covert (2g), Bradley Voigt (2g-4a), Goaltending: Brandon Maciejewski 6s/1ga = 86% (36 mins), Gage Ponsetti 2s/3ga (12 mins).

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--  Game NOTE: Penn Yan controlled the tempo and ball en route to a 16-0 lead at the half resulting in running time in the second half. Rion Davison paced offense with an eight point performance (7g,1a) while Austin Fingar led with eight ground balls. Penn Yan heads downstate to the Hudson Valley Sunday where they will face off against perennial power Lakeland-Panas in an inter-sectional match up at noon on Tuesday.

  

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Friday: Penfield Over OP and CA over McQ

- Section 6 powerhouse, Orchard Park came to play at Penfield, but the Patriots scored the first five goals on their way to a 9-6 win today. Meanwhile, McQuaid Jesuit (4-2) played Canandaigua (4-3) at Evans field, and the Braves were a 10-7 winner. Victor and Spencerport were run-away winners in the other two games played on Friday.

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Victor 22 - Gates Chili 4 

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 Victor
     Record: 6-1
10 8 2 2   22
  Gates Chili
     Record: 1-4
2 0 1 1   4
 
 

The book for Victor: Dan Barrow (3g-1a), David Cardillo (1g), Erik Dash (1g), Casey Kidder (1g), Max Lambert (1g-7a), Mike DeMarco (1a), Ryan Maloney (4g-3a), Alec DeCarlo (1g-1a), T.D. Ierlan (1a), Alex deNormand (1g-1a), Eric Haney (4g), Jamie Trimboli (1g-1a), Luke Bartkoski (2g-2a), Kyle Collins (2g), Goaltending: Brennan Mackey 1s/2ga (24 mins), Justin Young 3s/2ga = 60% (24 mins).

The book for Gates Chili: Joseph O`Hare (2g-1a), Kristian Sarkis (1g), Mark LaRose (1g), Goaltending: Michael Cavallaro 11s/22ga (48 mins).

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Gates at Victor

Hilton 9 - Arc/Oly 3 

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 Arc/Oly
     Record: 2-4
1 1 1 0   3
  Hilton
     Record: 3-2
1 1 2 5   9
 
 

The book for Arc/Oly: Nick Serio (1g), Colby Habermacher (1g), Tyler Dalle (1g), Goaltending: Gavin Catalano 6s/9ga (48 mins).

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The book for Hilton: Harold Juergens (3g), Justin Goodrich (1g-1a), Shawn Kimble (2g-2a), Adam Williams (1g-1a), Zeus Doser (2a), Pal Burns (1g), Tyler Farrel (1g) Goaltending: Tyler Cusse 0s/0ga (2 mins), Jarod Kimble 5s/3ga = 63% (43 mins), Delvin Ergott 0s/0ga (3 mins).

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--  Penfield scored the first five goals and held off a late push to defeat Orchard Park (Section 6), 9-6. The Patriots controlled the game for its entirety, holding their five goal lead until the fourth quarter. The Patriots were led in scoring by three players with 2g-1a each: Attackman Ryan Fulton, attackman James Stoler and midfielder Mitch Standera. In the cage for Penfield, Liam Guiton finished with 10 saves. return to top.

Canandaigua 10 - McQuaid Jesuit 7 

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 Canandaigua
     Record: 4-2
6 0 2 2   10
  McQuaid Jesuit
     Record: 4-3
3 0 1 3   7
 
 

The book for Canandaigua: Tim Bay (1g), Mitchell Schaefer (1g-1a), Ben Smith-Wilcox (2g), Connor Hulme (2g-3a), Eric Munn (2g-2a), Brian Feldman (2g), Goaltending: Luke MacNeil 11s/7ga = 61% (48 mins).

The book for McQuaid Jesuit: Craig McCabe (1g), Joe Hayes (1g), Ted Hanna (1a), Zach Ettinghausen (1g-1a), Jarrett Cook (1g-1a), Ryan Nelson (1g), Jake Gleason (1a), Shawn Nally (2g-1a), Goaltending: Gianmarco Coelho 9s/10ga (48 mins).

 

Spencerport 18 - Brockport 8 

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 Spencerport
     Record: 4-3
6 6 3 3   18
  Brockport
     Record: 0-4
1 1 3 3   8
 
 

The book for Spencerport: Matt Schumann (2g-1a), Ryan Schirano (4g), Brandon Ellis (1g-2a), Kasey Olsen (2g-2a), Jordan Swilley (2g-1a), Trevor Dustin (2g-1a), Hunter Sharp (2g), Andrew Forte (1g-1a), Colin McElligott (2g-5a), Goaltending: Karnan Rajkumar 8s/6ga = 57% (18 mins), Connor MacKenzie 3s/2ga = 60% (30 mins).

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The book for Brockport: Cody Johnson (1g), George Glynn (3g), Chad Tobey (4g-3a), Zach Viney (1a) Goaltending: Elijah Ryan 36s/18ga = 67% (48 mins).

 

Penfield 9 - Orchard Park 6 

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 Penfield
     Record: 4-1
4 1 4 0   9
  Orchard Park
     Record: 4-1
0 0 4 2   6
 
 

The book for Penfield: Max Spaan (1g-2a), Ryan Fulton (2g-1a), Carter Jordan (1g), Brian Wall (1g), James Stoler (2g-1a), Mitch Standera (2g-1a), Goaltending: Liam Guiton 10s/6ga = 63% (48 mins).

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--  Hilton scored the final six goals in their 9-6 win over Greece Arcadia/Olympia. Hilton held the Lightning scoreless for the final 13:28. The Cadets started off the scoring 0:39 into the contest with Zeus Doser assisting Tyler Farrell. The next two goals came from Greece. One was in the first quarter and the second was in the second quarter. Colby Habermacher and Nick Serio scored unassisted goals from the Lightning to give them their first lead of the game with 9:07 remaining in the second quarter. Hilton scored the next goal to tie the game going into halftime. Adam Williams assisted Pal Burns for the Cadets.

In the third quarter Hilton started taking over the game. The Cadets added two goals and the Lightning scored their final goal. Williams scored first (with an assist from Shawn Kimble) for the Cadets. Greece freshman Tyler Dalle scored his lone goal of the game (unassisted), during man-up, to keep the game tied with 2:54 remaining. That was the last goal from the Lightning. Hilton scored six more goals to end the game. In the cage for Hilton, Jarod Kimble played the majority of the game and recorded 5 saves. Tyler Cusse and Delvin Ergott played the final five minutes but neither faced a shot on cage. Face off midfielder Harold Juergens finished with six ground balls to lead his team. return to top.

  

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Thursday: Schroeder Takes Churchville-Chili

- Most of the games were once again a matter of a lot to a little. One of the exceptions, however, was the Warriors victory over the Saints, which Schroeder won 5-4. After a 5-1 lead Webster let C-C back in and made it an exciting finish. Mynderse won a 7-5 game with Bloomfield-Honeoye. Other winners were Thomas, Fairport, Pittsford, Gananda, Penn Yan, Geneva and Canandaigua. Rush-Henrietta beat the Lightning, 9-6.

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Thomas 12 - Aquinas 9 

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 Aquinas
     Record: 4-3
0 0 5 4   9
  Thomas
     Record: 4-2
4 4 4 0   12
 
 

The book for Aquinas: Jamison Whitfield (3g), Greer Leva (5g-2a), Anthony DePetres (1a), Jonathan Olbrich (1g), Goaltending: Andrew Kausch 1s/4ga (23 mins), Alex Uhlein 6s/8ga (25 mins).

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The book for Thomas: Kevin Hill (3g), Mitch Hutteman (1g-3a), Matt Fiore (1g), Travis Ford (2g), Nick Schuman (2g-1a), Cam Issac (1g), Sam Tomeno (1g), Pat LeMoine (1g-2a) Goaltending: Davis Bird 4s/0ga = 100% (25 mins), Dean O`Neil 1s/9ga (23 mins).

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--  Thomas scored the first eight goals of the game and led 11-1 in the third quarter in their 12-9 win over Aquinas. The Little Irish scored eight of the last nine goals, including the last five goals of the game. Thomas had eight different players make their scorebook with attackman Mitch Hutteman leading the charge at 1g-3a. Midfielders Kevin Hill (3g), Nick Schuman (2g-1a) and Pat LeMoine (1g-2a) also added to the Titan scoring. In the cage, Davis Bird played the first half and the final minute of play and finished with four saves and no goals against. Dean O'Neil played the majority of the second half and finished with 1 recorded save.

The Little Irish were led in scoring by Greer Leva with 5g-2a. Leva contributed to all five of the final goals (scoring four and assisting the fifth to Jamison Whitfield). Whitfield finished with three goals for Aquinas. In the cage, Andrew Kausch and Alex Uhlein split time. Kausch finished with 3s/4ga and Uhlein finished with 5s/8ga.  return to top

Fairport 12 - Hilton 5 

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 Hilton
     Record: 2-2
2 0 0 3   5
  Fairport
     Record: 3-1
2 2 5 3   12
 
 

The book for Hilton: Justin Goodrich (2g), Zeus Doser (3a), Ryan Streb (1g), Pal Burns (1g), Tyler Farrel (1g-1a), Goaltending: Jarod Kimble 12s/12ga = 50% (48 mins).

The book for Fairport: Nick Orsini (1g), Dylan DeLorme (1g), Justin Kesselring (2g-2a), Ryan Crater (2g-1a), Dan McAvoy (1g-1a), Brent Mazurkiewicz (1a), Connor Riorden (1a), Kyle McAvoy (1a), TJ Hendricks (1g), Cameron Gebhardt (3g-1a), Alex Andreoli (1g) Goaltending: Joey Scalise 12s/5ga = 71% (48 mins).

 

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Pittsford 16 - Brighton 3 

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 Pittsford
     Record: 5-0
7 3 5 1   16
  Brighton
     Record: 2-3
0 1 0 2   3
 
 

The book for Pittsford: Stephen Quinzi (3g), Jonathan Perotto (3g), Colby Barker (1a), Henry Potts (1g), Owen Smith (2g-1a), Jake Leve (2g-1a), Brandon Barker (2g-2a), Ethan Kober (1a), John Galbraith (2g), Chris Schmidt (1g), Matt Malone (2a), Goaltending: Colin Case 0s/2ga (24 mins), Kevin Maguire 2s/1ga = 67% (24 mins).

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The book for Brighton: Orian Furber (1a), Brett Randall (1g), Max Coke (1g-1a), Will Bender (1g) Goaltending: Andy Wong 9s/15ga (48 mins).

 

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Rush-Henrietta 9 - Arc/Oly 6 

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 Rush-Henrietta
     Record: 4-0
2 1 4 2   9
  Arc/Oly
     Record: 2-3
2 1 2 1   6
 
 

The book for Rush-Henrietta: Collin Waden (2a), Brad Schillinger (3g-3a), Sam Schubach (1g), Curtis Raymond (2g), Jason Partridge (1a), Jake Hughes (1g-1a), Matt Hair (2g), Nick Lenhard (1a), Goaltending: Corey Luty 11s/6ga = 65% (48 mins).

The book for Arc/Oly: Nick Serio (2g), Colby Habermacher (1g), Tyler Dalle (2g-1a), Bryan Collister (1g-2a), Josh Trubatch (1a), Goaltending: Gavin Catalano 11s/9ga = 55% (48 mins).

 

--  After breaking a 3-3 tie at the half, Rush-Henrietta (4-0) took the lead to finish with a 9-6 win over the Greece Lightning. (Full Stats on Friday).

 

Gananda 17 - Midlakes 3 

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 Gananda
     Record: 5-1
4 7 3 3   17
  Midlakes
     Record: 2-2
1 2 0 0   3
 
 

The book for Gananda: Joe Fisher (3g-4a), Dylan Joy (1g), Remmy Glod (1g), Riley Palmer (1g-1a), Kyle Lombardozzi (3g), Nick Rapp (3g-3a), Noah Henderson (1g), Zach Bingelli (2g-4a), Colin Brillian (2g-1a), Goaltending: Marty LaFica 5s/3ga = 63% (41 mins), Chase Reeves 1s/0ga = 100% (7 mins).

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The book for Midlakes: Nate Ramsey (1a), Alex Holt (1g), Chris Goodman (1g), Sean Peacock (1g), Robert Middlebrook (1a) Goaltending: Kyle Wilkes 8s/16ga (43 mins), Nestor Naranjo 0s/1ga (5 mins).

 

 

Canandaigua 10 - Spencerport 3 

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 Spencerport
     Record: 3-3
0 0 3 0   3
  Canandaigua
     Record: 3-2
2 1 4 3   10
 
 

The book for Spencerport: Ryan Schirano (2g), Colin McElligott (1g-1a), Connor MacKenzie (1a), Goaltending: Connor MacKenzie 13s/10ga = 57% (48 mins).

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The book for Canandaigua: Tim Bay (1g-1a), Mitchell Schaefer (2g-2a), Ben Smith-Wilcox (1g-1a), Connor Hulme (3g-1a), Eric Munn (2g-2a), Coron Broomfield (1g), Goaltending: Luke MacNeil 9s/3ga = 75% (48 mins).

 

 

Penn Yan 19 - Livonia 0 

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 Penn Yan
     Record: 3-0
9 6 4 0   19
  Livonia
     Record: 2-5
0 0 0 0   0
 
 

The book for Penn Yan: Rion Davison (4g-2a), Sean Emerson (4g-3a), Austin Fingar (1g-1a), Bradley Voigt (5g-6a), Sam Dirisio (1g), Craig Gerhardt (4g), Goaltending: Brandon Maciejewski 2s/0ga = 100% (24 mins), Gage Ponsetti 0s/0ga (24 mins).

The book for Livonia: Goaltending: John Stockslader 7s/19ga (48 mins).

 

 

Geneva 12 - Waterloo 5 

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 Geneva
     Record: 2-0
3 2 5 2   12
  Waterloo
     Record: 2-4
0 4 0 1   5
 
 

The book for Geneva: Jason Feinberg (2g-2a), Eddie Eddington (3g-2a), Hunter Seaward (2a), Ethan Bakogiannis (4g), Kyle Cosentino (3g), Fran Shaw (2a), Goaltending: Jacob Drennen 8s/5ga = 62% (48 mins).

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The book for Waterloo: Mike Wright (1g), Brenn Solomon (1g), Jaymin Mateo (1g), Adam Jensen (1a), Adrian Pinkard (1g), Kyle Lotz (1g-1a) Goaltending: Mark Campbell 8s/12ga (48 mins).

 

--  Although the game was close for the first half, Geneva scored seven unanswered goals to start the third quarter in their 12-5 win over Waterloo. The game was 5-4 going into halftime but then the Panthers held the Indians scoreless for over twenty minutes. Geneva started the scoring with three quick goals. 0:12 into the game Eddie Eddington drove straight at the goal for the opening tally. Eddington finished with 3g-2a for the Panthers. Jason Feinberg scored the first of his 2g-2a with 5:29 remaining with an assist from Hunter Seaward. Seven seconds later Kyle Cosentino scored to give Geneva a 3-0 lead. The first quarter ended with Geneva leading.

The second quarter belonged to Waterloo as they added four goals and held Geneva to two. The Indians scored the first two with unassisted goals from Brenn Solomon and Kyle Lotz. With 7:47 remaining in the first half Waterloo was down by one goal. Geneva scored the next two, including the first during man-up. Ethan Bakogiannis scored the first of his four goals. Eddington scored another unassisted goal with 4:51 remaining to give Geneva their three goal lead back. The last two of the half were scored by the Indians with Adrian Pinkard and Jaymin Mateo scoring. Geneva only led by a single goal going into the second half. In the second half, Geneva took seventeen shots with ten on cage (seven of which were goals).

In the cage for Geneva, eighth grader, Jake Drennan finished with 8 saves (62%). Midfielders Eddington and Cosentino and goalie Drennan finished with six ground balls each to lead the Panthers. Jason Feinberg finished with four ground balls. Cosentino finished winning 7/13 (58%) at the face off draw. For Waterloo, Mark Campbell finished with eight saves between the pipes. Defenseman Nicholas Stenberg led his team with six ground balls.  return to top

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Mynderse 7 - Bloomfield-Honeoye 5 

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 Mynderse
     Record: 3-3
0 1 5 1   7
  Bloomfield-Honeoye
     Record: 0-3
1 2 1 1   5
 
 

The book for Mynderse: Seb Reese (1a), Todd Reid (1a), Matt Caratazzolo (2g), Chris Pagano (1g), Mike Barbay (4g), Ted Stuck (1a), Goaltending: Tyler Kuell 8s/5ga = 62% (48 mins).

The book for Bloomfield-Honeoye: Andrew Egan (2g), Eric Posick (1g), Dalton Phillips (1g), John Babcock (1g), David Phillips (1a), Goaltending: Jud Hershey 17s/7ga = 71% (48 mins).

 

 

Schroeder 5 - Churchville-Chili 4 

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 Schroeder
     Record: 3-3
1 2 1 1   5
  Churchville-Chili
     Record: 2-1
1 0 0 3   4
 
 

The book for Schroeder: Mike Trass (1g-1a), Jared Griffin (1a), Blake Balcaen (2g), Joe Saltrelli (1g-1a), Zac Bell (1g), Goaltending: Willie Klan 15s/4ga = 79% (48 mins).

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The book for Churchville-Chili: Aaron Buck (1g), Trevor Hodgins (1a), Alex Goodermote (1a), Jake Mortier (3g), Ryan Cosgrove (1a) Goaltending: Mike Yehl 3s/5ga (48 mins).

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--  In the closest game of the night, Webster Schroeder held off a late advance and defeated Churchville-Chili with a 5-4 score. The Warriors led 5-1 with six minutes remaining before the Saints attempted a late comeback with the last three goals. The Saints scored with 0:37 remaining to bring the game within a single goal.

Churchville-Chili scored the opening goal on a man-up goal by Jake Mortier. The Warriors scored the next five goals and held the Saints scoreless for forty-five minutes. Schroeder added one goal in the first, third and fourth with two goals coming in the second quarter. Attackman Blake Balcaen scored two goals on two shots to lead the Warriors. Mortier scored two more late goals in the fourth quarter. The final goal of the game was scored by Aaron Buck with an assist from Trevor Hodgins.

In the cage for Schroeder, Willie Klan finished with 15 saves (79%). Midfielders David Laspina and Zac Cooley led in ground balls with four each for the Warriors. Churchville-Chili goalie Mike Yehl finished with 5s/3ga (63%). Attackman Trevor Hodgins led in ground balls with four for the Saints.

The Saints (2-1) will play Webster Thomas on Tuesday and then Corning next Saturday. The Warriors (3-3) travel to HF-L next Thursday.  return to top

  

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Wednesday: Bath and Churchville Both win 19-4

- Both Bath (2-5) and Churchville-Chili (2-0) won their games today with a score of 19-4. Next up for Bath is Aquinas in two weeks. Churchville-Chili will take on Schroeder tomorrow.

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Bath 19 - Avon 4 

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 Bath
     Record: 2-5
5 5 5 4   19
  Avon
     Record: 0-4
2 1 0 1   4
 
 

The book for Bath: Michael Rice (9g-3a), Shayne Stonier (1g), Patrick Brewer (3g-2a), Mitch Fuller (3g-3a), Nick Tillinghast (1g), Garrett Strong (3a), Greg Thomas (1a), Connor DiDomineck (2g-2a), Goaltending: Jacob Cupp 3s/4ga (48 mins).

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The book for Avon: Bailey Eigbriett (1g-1a), Colin Vonglis (1g-1a) Goaltending: Austin Henderson 7s/19ga (48 mins).

 

 

Churchville-Chili 19 - Eastridge 4 

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 Churchville-Chili
     Record: 2-0
5 6 6 2   19
  Eastridge
     Record: 3-4
0 3 0 1   4
 
 

The book for Churchville-Chili: TEAM GOAL (1g), Jason Tebo (1g), Aaron Buck (5g-1a), Mike Caternolo (2g), Trevor Hodgins (3g-2a), Alex Goodermote (1g), Dan Bonafede (1a), Lucas Blaszyk (1g-1a), Joey Johnson (1a), Jake Mortier (4g-1a), Cameron Shipley (1g), Goaltending: Mike Yehl 3s/3ga = 50% (36 mins), Matt Cobb 1s/1ga = 50% (12 mins).

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The book for Eastridge: Andrew Doktor (1g), Zachary Chang (2g), Mike DeSantis (1a), Ben Rebholz (1a), George Bauer (1g), Goaltending: Chris Doktor 13s/18ga (40 mins), Nick Shannon 5s/1ga = 83% (8 mins).

 

  

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Tuesday: Unexpected Turn of Events

- There was lots of excitement in Section Five today as Penfield took Fairport, Thomas played a close one with Pittsford, and Irondequoit, playing with a new Head Coach, who had the job for just a few hours, played a close one with Victor. Rush-Henrietta defeated Schroeder and Mynderse beat Midlakes in overtime. Other winners were Gates Chili with a 7-5 win over Thunder, Pal-Mac, Gananda, McQuaid Jesuit, Spencerport and Canandaigua.

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Pittsford 7 - Thomas 4 

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 Pittsford
     Record: 4-0
2 1 1 3   7
  Thomas
     Record: 3-2
0 1 3 0   4
 
 

The book for Pittsford: Stephen Quinzi (1g), Billy Cooper (2g), Colby Barker (1g), Henry Potts (1g), Brandon Barker (2g-1a), Goaltending: Kevin Maguire 6s/4ga = 60% (48 mins).

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The book for Thomas: Kevin Hill (2g-1a), Mitch Hutteman (1g), Travis Ford (1g), Teddy McCabe (1a), Cam Issac (1a) Goaltending: Davis Bird 5s/4ga = 56% (24 mins), Dean O`Neil 3s/3ga = 50% (24 mins).

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--  Special Pittsford`s heralded defense held up to their hype in their 7-4 win over Webster Thomas. The Titans kept the game close and even took the lead for a short time in the third quarter before the Panthers scored the final four goals in the game. Pittsford's defense held the Titans scoreless for the first 14:16 and the last 13:32. The Panther defense was led by senior Nick Panara (4 ground balls), senior Greg Weyl (5 ground balls and 6 takes), sophomore Jared Conners (3 ground balls) and junior Mike Perotto (2 ground balls and 2 takes). In addition to the close defense, freshman midfielder Colby Barker also showed impressive defensive skills during the contest. He finished with the last goal of the game on the open net (after Thomas pulled the goalie to attempt to take the ball). In the Pittsford cage, Kevin Maguire finished with six recorded saves.Pittsford-Thomas

The game began with Billy Cooper scoring on an unassisted drive from the top left. He beat his defenseman and put the ball into the back of the net on the first Panther shot. Two shots later, Brandon Barker scored the first of his 2g-1a with a similar unassisted drive to the goal. He beat his defenseman, as well as the slide before scoring. The Panthers took four more shots in the first quarter, but only hit the cage once and the first quarter ended with Pittsford leading 2-0. The Titans only took three shots in the quarter (one on cage).

The second quarter was much more evenly balanced. Thomas finished with ten shots (four on cage and one goal). Pittsford had seven shots (two on cage and one goal). Thomas scored first on a drive from the top by Cam Issac. Issac beat his defenseman and found Mitch Hutteman on an inside cut. Pittsford scored their goal with 0:01 remaining when Henry Potts drove from around the back of the cage. Pittsford led 3-1 after the first half.

The third quarter belonged to Thomas. Pittsford spent the majority of the quarter in their defense end and rarely gave their defensemen time to breath. Thomas scored their first goal at 8:28 on an unassisted goal from Kevin Hill. Hill finished with 2g-1a for the Titans. Four minutes later, Hill drove from behind the cage and found Travis Ford open for an outside shot against Maguire to tie the game at 3-3. Three minutes later the Titans took the lead for the first time. Hill scored on an underhanded outside shot (with an assist from Teddy McCabe) during a man-up situation.Pittsford-Thomas  The Panthers won the next face-off and 0:50 later, Stephen Quinzi scored his lone goal of the game with a drive from behind the cage. Quinzi led the Panthers in shots with ten (four on cage). The game was tied 4-4 going into the final quarter.

For the final quarter the Panthers were back in control. The Titans only had one shot in the entire quarter and that came during a man-up situation. Pittsford had sixteen shots (nearly double the first three quarters) with six on cage and three goals. Brandon Barker scored the first goal (unassisted) and then assisted Billy Cooper two minutes later. The Panthers led by two with seven minutes remaining. Colby Barker scored the open net goal with 0:31 remaining.

In the age for Thomas, Davis Bird and Dean O`Neal split quarters. Bird finished with 5s/4ga (56%) in the second half and O`Neal finished with 3s/3ga (50%) in the first half. Kevin Hill, a midfielder, finished with a team leading six ground balls for Thomas. Midfielders Joe Vasile and Sammy Botross-Greenlee and defenseman Ryan Nugent finished with four ground balls each. Issac finished with 64% at the face off draw (7/11).

Overall the offensive portion of the game was a lot of wild shots. Pittsford finished with only 20% of their shots on cage (15/35) and Thomas finished at 15% (10/26). A large portion of those percentages come from the skill of the defenses forcing bad shots.

Pittsford (4-0) plays Brighton on Thursday and then takes a week off. Thomas (3-2) plays Aquinas on Thursday and Ithaca on Saturday.  return to top

Tuesday Games

Mynderse 14 - Midlakes 13 in Overtime 

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 Mynderse
     Record: 2-3
6 2 2 3 1 14
  Midlakes
     Record: 2-1
1 3 4 5   13
 
 

The book for Mynderse: Seb Reese (3g-3a), Ben Cafolla (1a), Todd Reid (1g-1a), Nick Schaffer (2a), Matt Caratazzolo (2g-1a), Chris Pagano (1g), Mike Barbay (4g-2a), Ted Stuck (3g-1a), Goaltending: Tyler Kuell 12s/13ga (48 mins).

The book for Midlakes: Nate Ramsey (1a), Alex Holt (2g-1a), Jeshurun Eldridge (1g-1a), Chris Goodman (4g-3a), Sean Peacock (1g), Robert Middlebrook (2g), Matt Vandamme (3g-4a), Goaltending: Kyle Wilkes 10s/14ga (48 mins).

 

--  Mynderse came out swinging and scored eight of the first nine goals in their 13-12 overtime win over Midlakes. The Blue Devils led in the first quarter 6-1 before adding two goals more in the top of the second quarter to lead 8-1 within the first two minutes. Midlakes fought back hard and finally tied the game early in the fourth quarter. With 0:47 remaining on the clock, the Screaming Eagles took the lead 12-11. With 0:15 remaining in regulation, Mynderse tied the game on a goal from Chris Pagano (assisted by Sebastian Reese). During overtime, the Blue Devils won the opening face off and took the first possession in overtime. Reese found Barbay open to give the Blue Devils the win just 0:30 into the first overtime period.

Midlakes were led in scoring by junior midfielders Chris Goodman with 4g-3a and Matt Vandamme with 3g-4a. In the cage Kyle Wilkes finished with 10 saves. Mynderse were led in scoring by Mike Barbay (4g-2a) and Sebastian Reese (3g-3a). In the cage Tyler Kuell finished with12 saves.  return to top

Rush-Henrietta 8 - Schroeder 6 

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 Schroeder
     Record: 2-3
1 2 3 0   6
  Rush-Henrietta
     Record: 3-0
1 2 1 4   8
 
 

The book for Schroeder: Mike Trass (2g-1a), Jared Griffin (2a), Blake Balcaen (1a), Joe Saltrelli (1a), Zac Bell (3g), Matthew Montgomery (1g), David Laspina (1a), Goaltending: Willie Klan 7s/8ga (48 mins).

The book for Rush-Henrietta: Collin Waden (2g), Brad Schillinger (2g-1a), Sam Schubach (2g), Jason Partridge (1g), Jake Hughes (2a), Matt Hair (1g-1a) Goaltending: Corey Luty 13s/6ga = 68% (48 mins).

 

 

Gananda 13 - Marcus Whitman 6 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Gananda
     Record: 4-1
1 3 3 6   13
  Marcus Whitman
     Record: 2-1
0 0 2 4   6
 
 

The book for Gananda: Joe Fisher (3g-1a), Remmy Glod (1g), Riley Palmer (2g-4a), Kyle Lombardozzi (1g), Bobby O`Connell (1g), Nick Rapp (1g-3a), Colin Brillian (3g), Matt Aldrich (1g), Goaltending: Marty LaFica 7s/6ga = 54% (48 mins).

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The book for Marcus Whitman: Lane Brown (1g), Tyler Wolfe (1g), Merritt Bailey (2g), Lyell Mincer (1a), Matt Hall (2g-1a) Goaltending: Tanner Smith 4s/7ga (17 mins), Merritt Bailey 9s/6ga = 60% (31 mins).

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Penfield 11 - Fairport 9 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Penfield
     Record: 3-1
4 2 3 2   11
  Fairport
     Record: 2-1
2 4 2 1   9
 
 

The book for Penfield: Max Spaan (4g-1a), Ryan Fulton (1g-1a), Carter Jordan (1a), Anthony Vitale (1a), Brian Wall (3g-1a), Jake Sproule (2g), Mitch Standera (1g-5a), Goaltending: Liam Guiton 9s/9ga = 50% (48 mins).

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The book for Fairport: Cameron Gebhardt (2g), Kyle McAvoy (1g), Kacin Welch (2g-1a), Dan McAvoy (1g-3a), Justin Kesselring (3g-1a), Goaltending: Joey Scalise 3s/6ga (24 mins), Tyler Wetzel 3s/5ga (24 mins).

 

--  Penfield defeated Fairport 11-9. The Patriots fought back the in the fourth quarter and scored four unanswered goals spanning 13:26 to defeat Fairport 11-9. The Patriots went from being down 7-8 to leading 11-8 with only 4:55 remaining in regulation. The Red Raiders could not fight back to overtime. The game was tied seven times with the largest lead going to an 11-8 Penfield lead. Fairport led four different times throughout the game.

Fairport opened the scoring with Dan McAvoy assisting Kyle McAvoy with 9:50 remaining in the opening quarter. Eight seconds later Brian Wall assisted Max Spaan to tie the game at 1-1. Spaan finished with 4g-1a for the Patriots. Another major factor in Penfield victory came from Fairport's inability to stay out of the penalty box. The Red Raiders had eight penalties and the Patriots converted on three man-up opportunities. The first came with 6:51 remaining with Spaan assisting Ryan Fulton. Less than one minute later the Red Raiders tied the game again with Cameron Gebhardt scoring the first of his 2g-1a. Penfield scored the next two goals to lead 4-2 after the first quarter. Mitch Standera assisted both Spaan and Jake Sproule.

In the second quarter the Red Raiders fought back to take the lead with the first three goals of the quarter. Justin Kesselring scored the first of his 3g-1a. Less than 30 seconds later Dan McAvoy scored to tie the game for the third time at 4-4. Fairport retook the lead with 8:07 remaining with Kacin Welch scoring (assisted by McAvoy). Standera got his third assist to Brian Wall with 7:25 remaining to tie the game against. Both team scored one more goal to finish the first half 6-6.

Penfield outscored Fairport by one goal in the both the third and fourth quarters (with two goals in each quarter during their scoring streak). Penfield's Wall scored the Patriots second man-up goal with 11:27 remaining in the third quarter. Kesselring scored the next two for the Red Raiders to give them the 8-7 lead. The last two goals of the third quarter were scored by Wall and Spaan to give them the 9-8 lead going into the final quarter.

Spaan and Sproule scored to open the quarter and take the largest lead of the game for either team. The Red Raiders were held scoreless for over a quarter before Gebhardt ended the game with a goal (assisted by Kesselring) with 3:07 remaining in regulation. In the cage for Penfield, Liam Guiton finished with 9 saves (50%). Defenseman Jacob O`Connor led the Patriots with 4 ground balls. For Fairport, Joey Scalise and Tyler Wetzel split halves between the pipes. Both finished with three saves.  return to top

Tuesday Games

Gates Chili 7 - Ath/Ody 5 

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 Ath/Ody
     Record: 1-2
2 2 0 1   5
  Gates Chili
     Record: 1-3
2 1 1 3   7
 
 

The book for Ath/Ody: Joey Fornataro (3g), Ian Grana (1g-1a), Nick Messmer (1g-1a), Goaltending: Hunter Merola 7s/7ga = 50% (48 mins).

The book for Gates Chili: Joseph O`Hare (3g), Joe Talarico (2a), Brian May (2g-1a), Brett Kirkpatrick (1g-1a), Brett Jacobs (1g), Goaltending: Michael Cavallaro 9s/5ga = 64% (48 mins).

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--  Gates Chili scored four of the last five goals to defeat Greece Athena/Odyssey 7-5. The Thunder led 4-3 going into halftime before the Spartans held them scoreless for 28:43 spanning the 2nd, 3rd and 4th quarters. The Spartans were led in scoring by Joseph O`Hare with 3g. Midfielder Brian May (2g-1a) and Brett Kirkpatrick (1g-1a) also added to the scoring. O'Hare also finished with a team leading four ground balls. In the cage for the Spartans, Michael Cavallaro finished with 9 saves (64%). Greece Thunder was led in scoring by Joey Fornataro (3g). In the cage, Hunter Merola finished with 7 saves (50%).  return to top

 

Victor 7 - Irondequoit 6 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Irondequoit
     Record: 2-3
2 2 2 0   6
  Victor
     Record: 5-1
1 3 2 1   7
 
 

The book for Irondequoit: Andrew Knope (1g-1a), Joshua Merkel (1g), Daniel Doktor (3g-1a), Ian Eckert (1g), Connor Hynes (1a), Goaltending: Max Eismann 9s/7ga = 56% (48 mins).

The book for Victor: Ryan Maloney (4g), Jamie Trimboli (1a), Luke Bartkoski (3g), Goaltending: Brennan Mackey 4s/6ga (48 mins).

 

--  Hours before the game Craig Whipple stepped down as Head Coach of the Eagles after posting an 81-24 record and winning four Section V titles since 2007. Junior Varsity Coach Mark Lovett was appointed by Athletic Director Anthony Lipani to finish out the season. The Eagles scored the first two goals of their game with Victor and then proceeded to play a very close game right down to the last minute but was unable to force overtime with the Blue Devils (5-1).  return to top

 

Pal-Mac 17 - Waterloo 5 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Waterloo
     Record: 2-3
1 3 0 1   5
  Pal-Mac
     Record: 2-0
2 7 5 3   17
 
 

The book for Waterloo: Jonathan Jones (1g), Mike Wright (1g), Brenn Solomon (1g), Jaymin Mateo (2g), Adam Jensen (1a), Kyle Lotz (3a), Goaltending: Mark Campbell 10s/14ga (36 mins), Brandon Morehouse 0s/3ga (12 mins).

The book for Pal-Mac: Jarett Duchesneau (2g-3a), Brian Burger (1g-2a), Tyler Hurlbutt (3g-2a), Stephen Morrell (3g-2a), Ben Reeves (5g-6a), AJ Hems (3g-1a) Goaltending: Jack DeMeyers 7s/4ga = 64% (37 mins), Steve Bassett 0s/1ga (3 mins), Charlie Holvey 1s/0ga = 100% (8 mins).

 

 

Spencerport 18 - Brockport 6 

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 Brockport
     Record: 0-3
2 1 2 1   6
  Spencerport
     Record: 3-2
4 5 6 3   18
 
 

The book for Brockport: Cody Johnson (3g), Josh Stiefel (1g-2a), Tyler Stiefel (2g), Austin Myers (1a), Chad Tobey (3a), Goaltending: Alex Mann 24s/18ga = 57% (48 mins).

The book for Spencerport: Matt Schumann (1g), Thomas Allen (1a), Ryan Schirano (3g), Brandon Ellis (3g-2a), Jeremy Powers (1a), Kasey Olsen (4g-2a), Jordan Swilley (2g), Trevor Dustin (1g), Andrew Forte (2g), Colin McElligott (2g-3a), Goaltending: Karnan Rajkumar 2s/1ga = 67% (12 mins), Connor MacKenzie 0s/5ga (36 mins).

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Canandaigua 14 - HFL 10 

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 HFL
     Record: 1-4
4 1 1 4   10
  Canandaigua
     Record: 2-2
5 5 2 2   14
 
 

The book for HFL: Bill Pluta (2g), Alex Mapstone (2g), Tim Breau (4g-2a), Ryan Kelly (2g-3a), Goaltending: Bryce Kelly 9s/14ga (48 mins).

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The book for Canandaigua: Tim Bay (2g-1a), Nick Johnson (1a), Mitchell Schaefer (1a), Ben Smith-Wilcox (2g-2a), Connor Hulme (6g-1a), Eric Munn (3g-2a), Coron Broomfield (1g), Joe Eddinger (1a), Goaltending: Jon Gelinas 0s/0ga (4 mins), Luke MacNeil 6s/10ga (44 mins).

 

 

McQuaid Jesuit 11 - Livonia 7 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 McQuaid Jesuit
     Record: 4-2
2 2 6 1   11
  Livonia
     Record: 2-4
1 0 3 3   7
 
 

The book for McQuaid Jesuit: Zach Ettinghausen (1a), Jake Gleason (2g), Jared Calderon (1g), Joe Hayes (2g), Jarrett Cook (4g), Shawn Nally (2g-1a), Goaltending: Nick Angelo 2s/4ga (18 mins), Gianmarco Coelho 3s/1ga = 75% (24 mins), Anthony Caranci 0s/2ga (6 mins).

The book for Livonia: Jonathan Mohnkern (1g-1a), Divonte Geiger (2g-1a), Dominic Coon (3g), Jack Simpson (1a), Zach Bishopp (1g-1a), Jack Pope (1a) Goaltending: John Stockslader 7s/11ga (48 mins).

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--  McQuaid Jesuit scored five of the first six goals in their 11-7 win over Livonia. The Knights scored the first goal of the game on an unassisted goal by Jarrett Cook and they never trailed. Their largest lead was six goals in the third quarter after Cook scored his fourth goal with 0:10 remaining in the third quarter. The Knights played three different players between the pipes. Gianmarco Coelho played the first two quarters and recorded 3 saves. Nick Angelo finished with 2 saves in 18 minutes and Anthony Caranci played the final six minutes without recording a save.

Livonia midfielders Jack Pope and Zach Bishopp finished with six ground balls each to lead the Bulldogs. Defenseman Brenden Klish finished with four ground balls. In the cage, John Stockslader recorded 7 saves.  return to top

  

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Section Five Poll: April 7th

2014 POLL - 4/7/13

 CLASS A
1-
Pittsford (41)
2-
Fairport (33)
3-
Thomas (24)
4-
Penfield (20)

  
 CLASS B
1-
Victor (46)
2-
Canandaigua (31)
3-
Churchville-Chili (20)
4-
Irondequoit (14)

  
 CLASS C
1-
Penn Yan (71)
2-
Aquinas (53)
3-
Geneva (46)
4-
Pal-Mac (42)
5-
Livonia (19)
6-
Gananda (13)

AGAIN THIS YEAR

This year, we will conduct a weekly poll of pollsters who represent all three classes and all four leagues. The group has been supplemented by SportsFive reporters, Section Five officials, fans and parents.

EACH WEEK THE SAME QUESTION

This poll asks the question: At the end of the season, who do you think will win each championship?

special - The pollsters made quite a number of moves now that some games have been played. Pittsford and Penn Yan remain in the tops slots in classes A and C, but Victor took over the top slot in Class B after the Blue Devils beat the Braves.

Penn Yan at McQuaid

In Class A, Pittsford (3-0) remains in the top spot with Fairport (2-0), Thomas (3-1) and Penfield (2-1) leading the group. The Panthers has two strong out of Section wins against excellent competition, included St. Joe`s to the west and Duxbury to the east. Fairport started their schedule with both Webster teams and this week plays Penfield, Hilton and West Genesee.

Victor has started the season at 4-1 with wins against Canandaigua, HF-L, Spencer-port and the Lightning and a loss to Thomas. Canandaigua (0-2) still impressed the pollsters even after losing to Victor and after an overtime loss to Churchville-Chili (1-0). Irondequoit fills out the fourth spot at 2-2. The Eagles will have a challenging week with games against Victor, Ithaca and Geneva.

Penn Yan (2-0) has scored 19 goals in each of their two games thus far. This week they play Livonia and Carthage. Aquinas (4-2) won there first four games and has lost their last two. Their game with Gananda was suspended Monday after one quarter. It will be continued at a later date. Thursday they play Thomas. Geneva (1-0) has their first win Monday against Newark. They will finish the week with Waterloo and Pal-Mac (1-0) who beat up on Medina over the weekend.

There are thirty-eight games scheduled for this week. There are thirteen on Tuesday and eleven on Thursday so there is lots of lacrosse to see this week.

  

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PRESEASON - 4/01/14

 CLASS A
1-
Pittsford (41)
2-
Fairport (34)
3-
Penfield (23)
4-
Thomas (19)

  
 CLASS B
1-
Canandaigua (44)
2-
Victor (29)
3-
Irondequoit (19)
4-
Churchville-Chili (19)

  
 CLASS C
1-
Penn Yan (70)
2-
Geneva (50)
3-
Pal-Mac (44)
4-
Aquinas (43)
5-
Livonia (15)
6-
Gananda (14)

AGAIN THIS YEAR

This year, we will conduct a weekly poll of about a dozen pollsters who represent all three classes and all four leagues. The group will be supple-mented by SportsFive reporters, Section Five officials and parents.

EACH WEEK THE SAME QUESTION

This poll asks the question: At the end of the season, who do you think will win each championship?

Preseason

special Last year was a big year for Section Five as we hosted New York State Tournament games from the quarter finals right through the Championships. Section Five Boys Lacrosse Coordinator, Mike Simon led his committee in the most professional manner and the games hosted at St. John Fisher College were exciting and proved to be a great experience for players and fans.

This year Fisher is replacing their turf and will be unavailable for this year's Championships. Instead, Championship day will be held at Webster Schroeder High School, which is fitting, as the Webster lacrosse community celebrated their 50th anniversary.

But before we get to the tournaments, there will be lots of action in boys lacrosse during the regular season. Well over three hundred games will be played from mid-March to the end of May when the 2014 Section Five Tournament begins.

Players

Ben ReevesWith the loss of Bishop Kearney during the off season, Section Five comes into 2014 with 36 teams. As of this writing there are 928 varsity athletes including 389 new players for this season. That means that 42% of all Section Five players are new to Varsity. Midlakes takes the title with the highest percentage of new players with 77% of their roster coming new this season (20/26). The smallest turnovers come from Waterloo and Churchville-Chili. Both teams added four players to their 25 player roster (16%). The largest current roster in the Section is from Fairport with 40 players and the smallest is from Avon with 18.

The oldest roster entry still active in Section Five belongs to Pal-Mac's Ben Reeves. Reeves was entered into the varsity database in 2009 where he finished his 7th grade season with 2g-5a for the Red Raiders. He has made a commitment to continue to play next season for Yale. He enters this season with a career record of 204g-229a (433 points) . He is a returning US Lacrosse All American and has been named Finger Lakers Player of the year and to 1st Team All Section the last two seasons. He has also led Section Five in assists for three years in row (60 in 2011, 66 in 2012 and 70 in 2013). Reeves made Pal-Mac an offensive threat last season and was responsible for 68% of this teams' points last year. He looks to continue that trend this season.

Reeves is the only returning All American to Section Five this season. However, four other players return who were named to the First Team All Section List. Senior goalie Brandon Maciejewski and senior attackman Bradley Voigt from Penn Yan return. Senior attackman Stephen Quinzi from Pittsford and junior attackman Ryan Cosgrove from Churchville-Chili also return. Second Team All Section Five returns nine players: Alex Bianchi (Aquinas), Joe Eddinger (Canandaigua), Eddie Eddington (Geneva), Brian Feldman (Canandaigua), Trevor Hodgins (Churchville-Chili), Dylan Joy (Gananda), Danny McAvoy (Fairport), Nick Panara (Pittsford) and Andrew Perl (Penn Yan).

Of last year's top 20 point scorers only four return. Joining Reeves and Voigt in the top 20 are Aquinas senior Alex Bianchi (76) and Pal-Mac junior Tyler Hurlbutt (64).Brandon Maciejewski

Polls

Once again, SportsFive will be asking a panel to determine the weekly rankings. The representatives this year were asked who they felt were the strongest teams at the start of the season. Each week we will ask the question "Who will be in the final four when the Sectional tournament is played?" Class A enters 2014 with 10 teams. Five total teams received votes with three teams receiving a vote from all 12 representatives. Leading the charge in Class A is Pittsford with 41 points , followed by Fairport (34), Penfield (23) and Thomas (19) filling out the top four places.

Class B enters 2014 with 11 teams. Seven teams received at least one vote and only one of which was given a vote by all the pollsters. Canandaigua, who received votes from all the pollsters, finished with 44 points. Victor (29), Irondequoit (22) and Churchville-Chili (19) filled out the top four spots.

Class C has the most teams again this year with 15. Nine teams received at least one vote with the top four receiving a vote from each representative. Penn Yan took the top spot with 70 points, Geneva (50), Pal-Mac (44), Aquinas (43), Livonia (15) and Gananda (14) filled out the top six.

Coaching

There are another significant number of new Head Coaches this season. Eight teams have new leaders this year. In the last five years twenty-one new coaches have been appointed. Bath Head Coach Ken DiDomineck remains the "Dean" with the most years in his current team. This will be his thirteenth season with the Rams. The new coaches this year are Erik Schneider at Avon, Nick Boylan at Bloomfield-Honeoye, Scott Hopsicker at Brockport, Donny Moss at Churchville-Chili, Matt Kleehammer, who was at Bishop Kearney is now at Eastridge, Mike Malloy is at Gananda, Andy Hilton is at Greece Athena-Odyssey and Scott Sciera is at Mynderse.Nick Panara

College Players

The number of players learning the game in Section Five and continuing on to play at the college level continues to grow. Of the roughly 900 players on the Varsity Rosters there are currently sixty-one players who have already made the decision to play in college. Many have signed National Letter of Intent contracts to play at D-1 or D-2 schools. You can check out these lists and more information on the Players Page.

The first games of the regular season were played on March 22nd. The last games of the season will be played on May 17th. Of the three hundred and eleven games currently scheduled, seventy-nine are at 7:00 PM or later (25%) thanks to, in great part, lighted turf fields. The games can be found on the schedule page where you can see the games by month, or the whole season. Remember, though, this is upstate New York and schedules change all the time. As games are changed, they will be posted as soon as they come in, so check SportsFive.NET before you leave on a snowy day.

Tournament Changes for 2014

This year, there were more changes in the tournament format. At the request of the Monroe County League, the Class A and Class B tournaments will be "open" this year. The Class C tournament will remain "closed" and will include the top twelve seeded teams playing. For more information, see the tournament Page.

Classes A, B and C

For the most part, the same team names continue to show up on the top of the polls and rankings and in 2014 the trend continues.

CLASS A special -  Pittsford comes out on top of the pre-season poll with two exceptional athletes. Defenseman Nick Panara (Fairfield) was recently named to the Northeast Region Top Players Watch List by Lacrosse magazine. He finished last season with 44 ground balls and 17 takes for the Panthers. Stephen Quinzi (Georgetown) finished last season with 34g-17a and was named to the All Section Team. He is one of only four non-seniors named to the list in 2013. Quinzi had the second highest goals and assists for the Panthers last year behind graduated senior Albie DiPasquale. He will continue to be a serious threat this season for the Panthers. (Class A Story...)

CLASS B special -  After a triple overtime win in the Class B Finals last season, Canandaigua returns at the top of the pack.  The Braves lost their next game to the Section VI Champion Hamburg.  They return fifty-two percent of their roster this season with fourteen new players joining the team.  The leading scorer and assister for the Braves both return in Brian Feldman (52g-8a) and Eric Munn (34g-29a).  The loss of graduated seniors Dan LaCrosse (Colgate), Connor Moore (St. Rose), Ben Northrup (Nazareth)  and goalie Michael Cuciti (Nazareth) will be hard felt this season.  Last season’s back-up goalie, Luke MacNeil, returns to start in the cage this season.  He played 100 minutes last season.  Canandaigua will have to step up to replace some of the starting offensive as well as their starting goalie if they want to defend their Championship. (Class B Story...)Mike Simon

CLASS C special - Penn Yan returns this season a favorite for their nineteenth Section Five Championship. The Mustangs return eighteen players from their 2013 roster. Bradley Voigt returns as the leading goals and points scorer for 2013. He finished the season with 57g-40a (179g-112a in his career). A first Team All Section selection in both 2012 and 2013, he is joined in the offense by attackman Rion Davison (34g-21a) and midfielder Andrew Perl (48g-14a). Defensively, Brandon Maciejewski returns for his fourth season starting between the pipes. He finished last season with a 67.68% save percentage. Over the last four seasons Brandon has a total save percentage of 64.23%. He was named to the first team All Section list the last two seasons and was named to the second team as a freshman. The Mustangs had the second best defense rating last season with a 3.9 goals against average with the highest goals against in any game coming from Geneva (10 goals). (Class C Story...)

Sportsmanship

Sportsmanship is the point of emphasis again this year. Expect to see flags thrown more often as the GVLOA officials have been asked to be "less forgiving" this year when it comes to the behavior of players, coaches and fans. Please help out on the field and in the stands by remembering that the boys are just playing a game. Let the players play, the coaches coach and the officials call the game.

 

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- Check out some of the best images of 2013 as taken by SportsFive. The gallery documents games form the regular season along with Sectional and New York State Tournament games from last season.

The images, any many other images can be found in the SportsFive Gallery under the Features Page.

  
 

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New SportsFive Feature: Historical StatsGame History

- The programmer at SportsFive.NET has added a new feature for the study of team game results that maximizes the over ten years of data now available.

For each Section Five team, users can now look at the win/loss percentages for all opponents and then can drill down to look at performances against a single opponent over time.

The new feature is available from any team page and from the Game History central link.

SportsFive hopes to add specific links to game day scheduled this spring.

  

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NYS MapCollege Decisions

- Many lacrosse players have made the decision to combine their love of the game with post high school education and will be moving on to play at the college level. Some made verbal commitments long ago and some waited until the spring or summer to make their decision. Although some may sign contracts to play, many more simply enroll as students and play without scholarships.

Many of the players have made their decisions public and they have been published on SportsFive.NET. As the announcements move off this front page they are listed on the "Commitments Page" which are available from a button on the "Players Main Page".

  

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Twitter@SportsFive Ready for Twitter "Followers"

- Updated As many know, SportsFive.NET is always looking for new ways to serve the lacrosse fans of Section Five. Our Twitter page (@SportFive) features tweets of current lacrosse and web site news, scores and brief game highlights as well as story links to the multi-featured web site (SportsFive.net). Look for the Twitter link on the front page of the web site and "Follow" the 2014 season.

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- The general email newsletter that is usually published early each week during the season is now back up and available.

Sign up on from the "Features" page and you will receive in your email box each week, information on what's happened.

A quick look at the weekly rankings, perhaps the "Games of the Week" or a quick look at some of the "hidden treasures on your favorite Section Five Boys Lacrosse site. It's a great reminder of all things in Section Five Lacrosse. Sign up for your subscription here.
  

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Thursday: Schroeder Takes Churchville-Chili
April 10, 2014 - Most of the games were once again a matter of a lot to a little. One of the exceptions, however, was the Warriors victory over the Saints, which Schroeder won 5-4. After a 5-1 lead Webster let C-C back in and made it an exciting finish. Mynderse won a 7-5 game with Bloomfield-Honeoye. Other winners were Thomas, Fairport, Pittsford, Gananda, Penn Yan, Geneva and Canandaigua. Rush-Henrietta beat the Lightning, 9-6.  Full Report
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Wednesday: Bath and Churchville Both win 19-4
April 9, 2014 - Both Bath (2-5) and Churchville-Chili (2-0) won their games today with a score of 19-4. Next up for Bath is Aquinas in two weeks. Churchville-Chili will take on Schroeder tomorrow.  Full Report
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Tuesday: Unexpected Turn of Events
April 8, 2014 - There was lots of excitement in Section Five today as Penfield took Fairport, Thomas played a close one with Pittsford, and Irondequoit, playing with a new Head Coach, who had the job for just a few hours, played a close one with Victor. Rush-Henrietta defeated Schroeder and Mynderse beat Midlakes in overtime. Other winners were Gates Chili with a 7-5 win over Thunder, Pal-Mac, Gananda, McQuaid Jesuit, Spencerport and Canandaigua.  Full Report
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Monday: Canandaigua and Geneva Win Today
April 7, 2014 - Canandaigua played a night game in the cold rain, but went home with a win over Brighton. Geneva played Newark at Waterloo today and also came home with a win. The Aquinas at Gananda game was stopped due to field conditions after the first quarter, with Aquinas ahead 3-2. The game will be continued at a future date.  Full Report
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Saturday: McQuaid takes Irondequoit, Churchville Takes CA
April 5, 2014 - There were fourteen games played today and a couple of exciting ones. Pittsford traveled to Hamilton College and beat Duxbury (Massachusetts). Churchville-Chili beat Canandaigua in overtime and McQuaid Jesuit defeated Irondequoit for the first time in their history. Waterloo was an 11-9 winner over Bath and Schroeder beat Spencerport 10-6. Brighton defeated visiting Livonia and Fairport beat Thomas. Other winners were Marcus Whitman who beat the new team from Watkins Glen (Section 4), Eastridge, Pal-Mac, Newark, Gananda, Victor and Penn Yan.  Full Report
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Friday: Midlakes over Bloomfield-Honeoye 11-10
April 4, 2014 - Midlakes had an exciting one goal win over Bloomfield-Honeoye and Canisius (Section 6) had a 9-6 win over Aquinas in the two games played on Friday.  Full Report
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Thursday: Schroeder over Irondequoit in Double Overtime
April 3, 2014 - There were seven more games played on Thursday and one of the exciting ones was Schroeder`s overtime win at Irondequoit in spite of Eagle sophomore goalie, Max Eismann`s 16 save (70%) day in the cage. Thomas won their game at Victor. Marcus Whitman scored three goals in the first quarter and that made the difference when they beat Mynderse 5-2. Penfield beat Hilton, Wayne defeated Waterloo and McQuaid Jesuit was a winner in their game with visiting Avon.  Full Report