| Tuesday: Spring Weather at Last || April 5, 2005 - Livonia increased
their record to one win one loss with a thrilling 11-10
sudden victory double overtime win over Bath at Saunders
field. The winning goal was scored on an isolation play
by senior midfielder Josh Hendrickson with 2:27 left in
the second overtime period. After several lead changes Livonia's
junior midfielder Chad Britton, who won 9 of 14 face offs
for the bulldogs, scored the game tying goal with .46 seconds
left with a hard underhand shot and an assist from sophomore
attackman Brian Sciera.
Scoring for Livonia were senior middie Shawn Wright (4g),
junior attackman Scott Mosher (1g- 3a), senior midfielder
Josh Hendrickson (2g-1a) , junior attackman John Dalberth
(2g-1a). Adding goals were Shawn Mulcahy, Britton and Adam
Schaible and Sciera added assists each. Hendrickson led
the team in ground balls with 11. Junior goalie Aaron Jamison
recorded 20 saves for the Bulldogs.
Bath’s scoring leaders were senior middies Ryan Finney
(4g) and Jeremy Sutfin (3g-2a), senior attackman Liam Glover
(2g 2a) and junior attackman Zac Conrad (1g) .
Irondequoit won the home
contest again Rush-Henrietta, 11-5 after taking an early
5-0 first quarter and 9-2 half. The Eagles out shot R-H
39-20. Scoring for Irondequoit were senior midfielders Sean
Doyle (2g-1a), Cory Bottiglier (2g-1a) and
senior middie Zack Pixley (1g) along with junior attackmen
Derek Pino (2g-3a)
and Joe Parker (2g). Junior middie Mickey Haight (1g-1a),
freshman attackman Greg Wright (1g) and senior middie Aaron
Bottazzo (1a) finished out the scorebook while sophomore
goalie Zach Nash recorded 5 saves for Irondequoit (2-1).
Scoring for R-H were sophomore attackman Matt Moran (2g),
junior midfielder Tim Barth (2g) and sophomore attackman
Brian Hantzis (1g, 2a). Senior middie Nick Garnier and junior
middie Tony Henriquez each added assists. Senior goalie
James Lally made 13 saves while sophomore defenseman Jake
Messimer and senior defenseman AJ Lalonde led the ground
ball effort with four each for the royal Comets (0-2).
Pittsford was the winner over Webster Thomas
14-6 after scoring the first five goals
by five different players before Thomas saw its first goal,
by sophomore attackman Brendon Rothfuss who scored
with 22 seconds left in the 1st quarter. In the second quarter
Rothfuss scored again for Thomas and senior attackman Jake
Boyce scored his second goal to end the half with Pittsford
up 6-2. In the second half the Panthers scored took an 8-2
lead before Rothfuss scored his third and sophomore attackman
Dom Scalzo scored a behind the back shot at the 4:41 mark
to make the score 10-4 for the Panthers.
Boyce ended the game with 3g-4a for Pittsford. Also scoring
for the Panthers were senior middie Dylan Bittlingmaier,
junior attackmen JJ Postel and Joe Peckich, senior attackman
Justin Rand, junior middies Mike Peacock and Greg Gans and
sophomore middie Doug Johnson. Pittsford’s strong
defensive play was lead by senior Matt Reganbogen and junior
Rothfuss finished the game with 4g, while Scalzo and junior
middie Kurt DetWiller added one goal each for Thomas (0-2).
No report from Pittsford.
Waterloo won the Finger Lakes match up
with host Midlakes 13-1 behind scoring leaders junior attackman
Winston Boyd (3g-3a), senior attackman Gordy Lahr (2g-2a),
sophomore middie Josh Mateo (2g-1a) and senior midfielder
TJ Radka (1g-2a). Senior goalie Pat DeBolt had 4 saves for
the Indians (3-0). No report
It was an easy victory for HF-L as they
beat host Greece 19-2 with a shooting margin of 28-8. Fifteen
of the Cougar's goals were assisted (79%) as seven different
players hit the books. Scoring for the Cougars were senior
middies David Uzialko (6g-1a) and John Cintineo (1g-1a),
senior attackmen Mike Cintineo (4g-4a) and Jeff Price (2g-4a),
junior defenseman Connor Burgasser (3g), junior middie Dan
Layfield (2g-1a) and freshman middie Cade Norris (1g-4a).
Senior middie Kevin Marfioti won 8 of 8 Face-offs and senior
goalies Mike Brisbane (4s) and Will Fargo (2s) split time
in the goal for HF-L (3-0).
Senior midfielder Mike Kemp and sophomore
attackman Matthew Machucki scored goals for the Thunder
while junior attackman Dave Rodrigues and senior attackman
Joe Hallowell added assists. Senior goalie Orlando Villegas
recorded 8 saves for Greece (1-2).
Host Spencerport was the winner 9-5 over
Gates Chili as junior attackman Rob Stojanov scored 4 goals
for the Rangers. After a 4-4 halftime tie, Spencerport outscored
the Spartans 5-1 and won their first Varsity game. No
report from Gates Chili.
Senior attackman James Ryan
scored 3g-4a and fellow senior attackman Mike Ryerson added
4g-1a for the Barons (2-0) as they defeated Hilton 12-2
at Brighton. The Barons senior goalie Mike
Katz had the shutout during his three quarters in the goal.
Freshman middie Colin Walker and freshman attackman Mitch
Ritchie scored for Hilton (1-1).
No reports from Brighton or Hilton.
Junior attackman David Schmandt
scored 4g-2a and junior middie Pat King added 2g-5a for
the host Aquinas (1-1) as they defeated
Mynderse 13-5. No reports
from Aquinas or Mynderse.
It was Eastridge
over Churchville-Chili 15-4 as junior middie Sean
Sawyer had a career high with 5g-5a for the host Lancers
reports from Eastridge or Churchville-Chili.
In spite of a number of exciting runs by the Warriors,
Penfield was the winner 11-7
at Webster's DeWitt school. The Patriots took a 3-0 first
quarter lead and led at the half 8-3 with scoring leaders
midfielder Kelly McKenna who scored 4g-1a, senior middie
Mike Thon who added 3g-3a and senior attackman Trevor Rice
who scored 2g-1a. Also contributing were senior attackmen
Jason Knerr (2g-1a) and Tim Pfeffer (1g) and junior midfielder
Mike Arvan (2a). Junior goalie Brain Dell recorded 9 saves
the Patriots (2-0).
Senior attackman Jack Mooney scored 4g for the Warriors
who also saw goals from senior attackman Tom Costanza (1g-1a),
senior middie Mike Catalino (1g-1a) and sophomore middie
Mike Barilla (1g). Catalino won 8 or 15 face offs and junior
goalie Dennis Costanza made 10 saves for Schroeder (1-2).
Canandaigua won their season opener with an 11-6 win over
visiting Geneva. Senior
middie Dan Groot had 4g-1a and senior attackman Chris Mulheron
added 1g-2a for the Braves (1-0). Senior
attackman Kyle Wakefield scored
2g while senior middies Brian Hadsell and Nick Boylan each
added 1g-1a. Junior goalie Dan Serafine recorded 10 saves
and left the game for the last three minutes, allowing senior
goalie Billy Thomson to finish the game with two saves for
the Braves (1-0).
Coach Johnson to The Finger Lakes Times, “We moved
the ball well and that made some good opportunities,”
Johnson said of his team’s 11-6 victory. “But
there were some passes missed. The ball was on the ground
a lot today, but it was the first game for everyone.”
attackman Mike Toner scored 2g, and junior middie Mark Bloom,
senior middies Henry Heaton, John Warner and Jake Queener
each had one goal for Geneva (0-1). No
report from Canandaigua.