| Tuesday: Penfield over Irondequoit and more || April 13, 2005 - Cold but sunny afternoon skies prevailed for ten afternoon
and 3 night games in Section Five.
It was a game, as advertised; a well fought game
which at times looked like either team would win, but
in the end, Penfield's senior midfielder Mike Thon and
the Patriot defense made the difference and it was host
Penfield over Irondequoit, 10-8.
The absence of Irondequoit's Sean Doyle, who injured his
knee in Saturday's game against Schroeder, was obvious
from the first whistle as Mike Thon controlled the initial
face off and many more after that. The Eagles scored first
at 9:59 when senior middie Zack Pixley scored on an
assist from senior middie Cory Bottiglier. Penfield scored
the next goal at 5:13 as senior midfielder Alex Del Pozzo
scored on a feed from Thon. Irondequoit scored again at
3:56 (Kevin Coholan from Pixley) and the first quarter
ended with the Eagles up 3-2.
Penfield evened things up before the half, scoring three
goals while Irondequoit scored two. The Eagles increased
their lead by two as Pixley scored an unassisted goal
at 7:48 and junior attackman Joe Parker scored on an assist
from Bottiglier at 6:37. Irondequoit was ahead 5-2 when
Thon scored two unassisted goals in seven seconds starting
at 5:37 and junior middie Mike Arvan scored with an assist
from Kelly McKenna to tie the score at four and end the
Irondequoit scored first, their only goal of the quarter
when junior middie Mickey Haight scored an unassisted
goal at 8:17. Penfield then took control of the third
quarter as Thon scored two more in 11 seconds starting
at 7:45. The first goal was assisted by Arvan. McKenna
scored at 5:32 (assisted by Thon) and senior attackman
Tim Pfeffer and senior middie Ben Foster scored unassisted
goals to end the third quarter with Penfield up 9-5.
The Eagles mounted a come back in the last quarter with
scores by Bottiglier, Haight (from Pixley) and junior
attackman Derek Pino (from Bottiglier). Penfield saw one
more goal from McKenna (from senior attackman Jason Knerr.
Although the Eagles has plenty of ball time throughout
the game, the Patriot defense including seniors Luke Prattico,
John Butt and Matt Damieder did a commendable job of keeping
strong Irondequoit shooters away from goalie Brian Dell.
Irondequoit's senior defensemen Dave Wesolowski and Dan
Nielsen were also notable in their match up assignments.
Penfield improves to 3-0 while Irondequoit drops to 4-2.
won Tuesday's game with visiting Pal-Mac 13-2
using twelve different players on the scorebooks. Senior
attackman Chris Mulheron led the effort with 6a while
senior middie Dan Groot added 3g and senior middies Aaron
Manzer and Al Gianforti and sophomore middie AJ Groot
each added two for the Braves.
James Regan and Eric Klein added 1g-1a and Kyle Wakefield,
Nick Boylan, Zack Scheetz each added a goal while Brian
Hadsell and Jeremy Nemecek each had an assist for CA.
Junior goalie Dan Serafine played 3 quarters and had 6
saves (1 GA) and senior goalie Bill Thomson played the
rest of the game (1s - 1 GA) as the Braves improve to
Pal-Mac saw scoring from senior attackman Jamie Sinopoli
(1g) and senior middies Jeremy Reeves (2a) and Matt Walker
(1g). Senior goalie Ben Dlugosh had a great performance
with 19 saves for the Raiders (2-4).
was the winner against Midlakes with
an 11-0 home opener that saw eight different players making
the books. After a scoreless first quarter, the Knights
posted six goals in the second and five more in the second
half. Junior goalie Pat Maguire earned the shutout for
McQuaid Jesuit. Leading the offensive efforts were senior attackman
Kyle Sturnick (2g), Junior attackman Mark Hanna (2g) and
senior midfielder Kevin Dacey (1g-3a). McQuaid Jesuit moves up
to 2-3 while Midlakes moves down to 0-5 in their first
year in the FL league. No
report from Midlakes.
Webster Thomas won their season opener, 10-7
at Rush- Henrietta. With both teams trying to get their
first win, the match up between the young Rush Henrietta
Royal Comets and the young Webster Thomas Titans was bound
to be a good one. Both battled for ground balls all day.
Rush Henrietta, led by Tony Henriquez dominated face offs,
winning 15 of 17. Henriquez also recorded 2g.
Playing well for the Titans was Sophomore Attackmen Brandon
Rothfuss who scored a game high 5g, many on unsettled
situations. The score was 2-1 after the first quarter
and 4-2 at half time. Scoring for Rush was senior midfielder
Nick Garnier who had 2g and 10 gbs. Answering for the
Titans was sophomore attackmen Dom Scalzo who had 2g-1a.
The Thomas defense held tight all night. Junior goalie
Steven Hondorf anchored the defense in the cage and recorded
13 saves, many in one-on-one situations. After the end
of three the score was Thomas 7 and Rush 4.
At the end of the game Garnier, Henriquez and sophomore
attackman Brian Hantzis each recorded 2g and while sophomore
attackman Matt Morin added 1g senior attackman Brian McShea
made 2a for Rush. Sophomore goalie Matt McShea made 11
saves for the Royal Comets (0-5).
It was Eastridge over visiting
Hilton 16-8. Senior attackman Brian Sutton scored 1g-6a
and senior middie Kevin Kimber added 3g-1a for the Lancers
Hilton was led by freshman attackman Mitch Ritchie who
had 3g-3a. Sophomore midfielder Kyle Hayward scored his
first varsity goal, junior attackman Tyler Stiles and
sophomore middie Brett Bridges each added 2g. Sophomore
middie Andy Ellsworth and sophomore defenseman Eli Towner
stepped up for goal tending duty for the Cadets (2-3)
who were without a regular goalie for the game. No
report from Eastridge.
was back on track with a 16-8 win over Mynderse on Tuesday
afternoon in the battle of the Blue Devils. After
taking a 6-0 first quarter, the Blue Devils led at half
time 10-2. Nine different Victor players hit the scorebooks.
Senior attackmen Cory Benulis (5g-2a) led the effort with
help from Senior midfielders Jon Hankin (3g) and Kyle
Sullivan (3a). Senior attackman Mike O'Hare added 2g-1a,
sophomore middie Eric Willman scored (1g-3a) and sophomore
attackman Jason Houtenbrink had 2g. Freshman attackman
Tom Rogemoser added 2g and junior middies Conor Daly (1g-1a)
and Erick Rogemoser (1a) made the books for Victor. Senior
goal tender Matt Schmelzlen recorded 9 saves for the Victor
"We moved the ball like I know we can". We were
patient and found the open
man, " said Victor Coach Mark Foeder after the game.
Scoring for Mynderse were senior attackman Chris Warrick
(3g), senior middies Troy Gotham (1g-1a) and Tom Ellis
(1g), sophomore middie Kevin McCully (2a) and Gary Reisman,
Sean McGrimley and Jon Young who each scored 1g for Mynderse.
Junior goalie Nick Traskkun made 8 saves for MA (3-5).
The Greece Thunder won their MC-2 league
game with first year team Gates Chili, 9-8 on Tuesday.
Junior attackman Dave Rodrigues scored 3g-2a, Matt Machucki
scored 3g and Joe Hallowell added 2g. Senior midfielder
Mike Kemp added1g-2a while the defense was controlled
by junior Jon Tallent, senior Matt Fessler, senior Cody
List and freshman Ryan Grimshaw. Senior goalie Orlando
Villegas made 10 saves for the Thunder (2-5).
Gates junior face off man Chaz Giehl won 15 of 21 face
offs and scored a goal while sophomore attackman Andy
Hilton scored 4 goals. Senior attackman Dave Street scored
1g-2a and junior middie Andy McEntee scored 1g-1a for
the Spartans. Junior middie Jim Drabin scored 1g and Tom
Sudek recorded an assist. Sophomore goalie Dave Bellaivia
made 10 saves for Gates (0-5).
It was Penn Yan over Waterloo 9-6 as
senior middie Kyle Jensen won 15 of 18 face offs and added
1g-1a. Junior midfielders Dan Mesler (2g) and Steven Carlson
(2g-1a) and sophomore middie Dan Wolfe (1g) hit the books
along with attackmen, Mark Kratochvil, Dan Mcguffie and
Jon Van Houten who each score 1g. Sophomore goalie RJ
Wickham made 10 saves for the Mustangs (2-2).
Waterloo had scoring from senior midfielders Jason Johnson
(1g-2a), TJ Radka (1g), Gordy Lahr (2g) and Matt Kaiser
(1g-1a)/ Senior attackman Shawn Dunphy added (1g-1a).
Senior goalie Pat DeBolt made 13 save for Waterloo (4-2).
Aquinas beat Nichols of Section 6 7-6
and improved their record to 4-1 with a goal with 0:15
remaining by junior attackman David Schmandt (2g-1a).
Junior middie Pat King added 3g and senior goalie Jason
LaShomb recorded 15 saves for the Little Irish. No
report from Aquinas.
Brighton started slowly, scoring the
first two goals and leading at the half 3-2, before scoring
9 goals in the second half to beat first year team, Spencerport
12-6 at Brighton. According to the Rochester D&C James
Ryan scored 3g-4a, Mike Ryerson added 3g-1a and Colin
Davis added 2g-2a.
Junior attackman Rob Stojanov scored 4g-1a and junior
midfielder Kyle Campion had 1g-1a for Spencerport (3-2).
No report from Brighton.
Host HF-L improved their record to 6-0
with a MC-2 league win against first year team Churchville-Chili
14-4 as senior attackmen, Mike Cintineo (5g-3a), Jeff
Price (2g-3a) and Zane Witzel (2g-1a) led the way. Senior
middie David Uzialko added 2g while John Cintineo, Dan
Layfield and Connor Burgasser each added one goal. Freshman
midfielder Cade Norris recorded an assist for the Cougars,whose
senior goalie Mike Brisbane made 3 saves before turning
the tending duties over to senior Will Fargo (3 saves).
Churchville-Chili saw scoring from senior middie Brad
Gurbacki (2g-1a), sophomore attackman Ryan Grogan (1g-1a)
and sophomore midfielder Jamie Englert (1g-2). The Saints
drop to 2-3. No report
Fairport used eight different players
to beat Pittsford 7-5 at Mendon HS. Sophomore midfielder
Tom Rynn led the offense with 2g-1a while Jeff Sanna,
Anthony DiMarsico, Dave Burke each scored 1a for the Red
Raiders. Junior Middie Ryan Lower and senior middie Chris
Lindner each recorded 1g-1a and Pat Reilly and Pete Burkhardtt
each added an assist for Fairport (6-0). Junior goalie
Geoff Mayor made 9 saves and Rynn won 9 or 14 face offs
for the Red Raiders. No
report from Pittsford (1-3).
Geneva scored the first 11 goals in
their 11-2 win against Newark. The Panthers won the first
quarter 3-0, led at the half, 9-0 and ended the third
quarter up 11-0. Sophomore attackman Greg Bonney scored
3g-1a, senior attackman Mike Toner scored 5g-1a and senior
middie Matt Warner added 2g-1a. Sophomore middie John
Warner score 1g and John Manion, Carson Poole and Chris
Toner each added an assist for the Panthers ( 2-2). Geneva
goalies Nick Sharman and Jeremy Lathey combined for 7
Newark's goals came from junior attackman Nate Johnson
and senior midfielder Kyle Burm. Junior goalie Anthony
Cole had 21 saves (66%) for the Reds (1-5).