| Thursday: Penfield Again || April 14, 2005 - Penfield in their second tough game this week beat Fairport
in a close one, Pittsford beat Rush-Henrietta in overtime
and Schroeder won the bragging rights in Webster on another
cool and sunny afternoon.
The game was in the defense as host Penfield
(4-0) took a 3-0 lead in the first quarter
to a 6-4 win over Fairport in this premiere MC-1 contest.
Senior middie Mike Thon, after dominating in the Irondequoit
game on Tuesday started off where he left off and scored
the first Penfield goal at the 4:41 mark on an assist
from junior midfielder Mike Arvan. Less than a minute
later, junior middie Kelly McKenna scored on an assist
from Arvan and 0:31 later Thon scored again and again
on a feed from Arvan. The Patriots were ahead 3-0 at the
end of the first quarter.
The second quarter continued to be a defense dominated
game, with both ends keeping the ball away from the cage.
Penfield junior goalie Brian Dell made numerous dramatic
saves. McKenna scored at 4:36 on a man up play and an
assist from senior attackman Tim Pfeffer. Fairport scored
it's first goal at 3:25 on a man up goal by Chris Lindner
(assisted by Pat Reilly) and the half ended with Penfield
Goals continued to be hard to get in the second half as
nearly six minutes came off the clock before Mike Danylyshyn
scored an unassisted goal that brought cheers from
the Raider side of the stands. The Patriots quieted the
crowd when senior attackman Jason Knerr came back with
his unassisted goal at 4:12. Looking for another momentum
shift the Raiders scored at 1:48 when, after a hard Danylyshyn
shot bounced off Dell, Fairport's senior attackman, Anthony
DiMarsico picked up the loose ball and popped into the
net to bring the Raiders to within two goals. The quarter
ended with Penfield still ahead 5-3.
Fairport scored at 9:51 when sophomore middie Tom Rynn
scored a man up goal (assisted by junior attackman Ryan
Lowe). Penfield came back when Pfeffer hit the net with
an assist from Thon. The last 8:24 were tense up and down
the field, with the obligatory use of strategic time outs,
and with the Patriots successfully taking time off the
clock to maintain the win.
Penfield's defense lead by seniors Luke Prattico, John
Butt, Matt Damieder and long stick middie Evander Wilson
kept many shots away from Dell who ended the game with
11 saves. Fairport's junior goalie Geoff Mayor recorded
16 saves for the Red Raiders (5-1).
The Churchville-Chili Saints
jumped out to a 11-3 half-time lead and finished with
a 14-6 victory over visiting Greece. Leading the way for
the Saints were senior middie Brad Gurbacki with 5g-3a,
sophomore attackman Ryan Grogan with 5g and sophomore
midfielder Ben Rossignolo with 2g-2a. Rounding out the
scoring were senior middie Devin Jessop with 1g-2a, junior
attackman Ryan Cantrell with 1g and sophomore midfielder
Jaime Englert with 1a. Junior goalie Evan Williams had
9 saves for the Saints (3-3).
Greece saw 2g-1a from senior attackman Joe Hallowell and
2a from junior attackman Dave Rodriques. Senior Tad Barker,
playing in the attack instead of midfield scored 1g while
sophomore middie Matt Machucki added an assist while playing
in the attack. Senior midfielder Mike Kemp (2g) and Craig
Cercone (1a) hit the books along with sophomore middie
Shawn Underitz (1g). Senior goalie Orlando Villegas recorded
10 saves for the Thunder (2-6).
The Brighton Barons improved
their record to 5-1 with a 15-6 win over host Gates Chili.
Brighton scored the first two goals but Gates came back
and the quarter ended with Brighton up 3-2. At the half,
the Barons had increased their lead to 7-4, but exploded
in the third with 5 goals to take a 12-4 lead into the
Senior attackman Mike Ryerson led the scoring for the
Barons with 5g-1a, while James Ryan finished with 1g-6a
and sophomore middie Ryan Conti added 3g-1a. Nine different
Gates saw scoring from sophomore middie Andy Hilton (3g)
while freshman middie Tom Sudulk, senior attackman Dave
Street and junior middie Lucian Perrezult each added a
goal for the Spartans. Chaz Giehl and Kyle Beikirch each
added 1a for Gates while sophomore defenseman Jake Johnson
helped sophomore goalie Dave Bellaivia make 8 saves on
the defensive end of the field for the Spartans (0-6).
It was host Geneva over Pal-Mac
14-8 on Thursday. The Panthers took a 2-1 first quarter
lead and led at the half 7-6, but the second half belonged
to Geneva as they outscored the Raiders 7-2.
The Panthers were led by senior attackman Mike Toner (4g-4a),
senior attackman Matt Warner (1g-6a) and sophomore attackman
Greg Bonney (4g). Senior attackman Chris Toner added 1g-1a
while senior middies Henry Heaton (3g), Jake Queener (1g)
and Paul Modera (1a) added to the Panther score. Sophomore
midfielder John Warner added 1a and senior goalies Nick
Sharman and Jeremy Lahey combined for 6saves for Geneva.
Matt Morabito won 20 of 24 face offs for the Panthers
Pal-Mac's scoring came from senior midfielders Matt Walker
(3g), Dave Bennett (2g-2a) and Jeremy Reeves (1g). Senior
attackmen Jaimie Sinopoli (2g-1a) and Matt Christ (3a)
added to the Raider score. Senior goalie Ben Dlugosh recorded
18 saves for Pal-Mac (2-5).
Pittsford was the winner in overtime when Mike
Peacock scored the winning goal, to allow the Panthers
to beat host Rush-Henrietta 9-8. Pittsford led at the
half 6-3 and at the end of the third quarter 8-6, but
the Royal Comets tied the game up at the end of regulation.
Sophomore attackman Mike Moran scored 2g-2a, senior attackman
Brian McShea scored 3g-1a and senior attackman Sam Hilmon
added 1g-2a for R-H. Tony Henriquez and Brian Hantzis
each scored a goal and seniors Nick Garnier and Phil Gordon
each added an assist for the Royal Comets (0-6). No
report from Pittsford.
Canandaigua out shot Waterloo 52-20 but the goaltending
of senior Pat DeBolt, who made 21 saves, made it more
difficult for the Braves to win 10-5 at Waterloo.
Senior attackman Chris Mulheron scored 2g-4a and fellow
attackmen Aaron Manzer added 1g-1a and Kyle Wakefield
added 1g. Senior middies Dan Goot (3g), Nick Boylan (1g)
and Brian Hadsell (1g-1a) joined junior middie Tyler Rankin
(1g) in the scorebook for the Braves (5-0).
Waterloo (4-3), got 2g-1a from sophomore midfielder Josh
Mateo and one goal each from junior Steve Kurt, and seniors
Gordy Lahr and T.J. Radka while senior middies Jason Johnson
and Matt Kaiser each added an assist.
Honeoye Falls-Lima continued their undefeated
7-0 season with a 18-3 win over host Hilton as they produced
14 assists (78%) on their 18 goals. Seven different players
hit the books for the Cougars including Mike Cintineo
(6g-2a), Dan Layfield (5g-2a) and David Uzialko (2g-4a).
Also adding to the win were Jeff Price (2g-3a), and Connor
Burgasser, John Cintineo and Cade Norris who each added
(1g-1a). Senior goalie Mike Brisbane had 9 saves for the
Freshman attackman Mitch Ritchie led the Hilton offense
with 2g-1a, while 8th grader Mike Cromlish added 1 goal
and sophomore Brett Bridges recorded an assist. Sophomore
goalie Aaron Donahey had 14 saves for the Cadets (2-4).
Webster Schroeder won the bragging rights in
Webster as they beat cross-town Thomas 15-6 at home. After
a 3-1 lead the Warriors took off in the second quarter
and ended the half 10-3. Both teams scored a goal in the
third quarter. The Schroeder close defense of Matt Crandall,
Jeremy Appell and Mark Liberti held Thomas
to 13 shots on goal and contributed 14 Ground balls
Scoring 3g each for the Warriors were Jack Mooney (3g-3a),
Mike Catalino (3g-3a) and Tom Costanza (3g-1a). Scoring
2g each were Eric Chavoustie and Grant Catalino. Jay Wilmes
added 1g-1a and Joe Didia added and assist. Mike Catalino
won 8 or 12 and John Pawluk won 6 of 8 faceoffs for Schroeder.
Pawluk was the ground ball leader with 12. Score
only form Thomas.
Spencerport was the winner in a close one with
Eastridge as they beat the Lancers 7-6 at home. Eastridge
took the first quarter lead 1-0 and held on at the half,
4-2, but the Rangers control the game in the third, scoring
5g and holding the Lancers to 1. With the score 7-5 at
the top of the last quarter, Eastridge scored the only
Scoring in the attack for Spencerport were junior Rob
Stojanov (4g), sophomore Pat Decker (1g) and junior Andy
Morgan (1g,2a). Midfield scoring came from juniors Kyle
Campion (1g,1a) and Tyler Hintz (2a). The defense played
a great game led by juniors Cameron Sformo, Steve Balcerak,
and Parker Blackburn along with long stick middie Mark
Hosey. Junior goalie Ryan Konko made 19 saves for the
Senior attackman Nick Savine scored 2g, while Kevin Kimber,
Sean Sawyer, Nick Savine, and Brian Sutton each scored
1g for the Lancers. No
report from Eastridge.
It was Victor over Newark, 18-4
as the Blue Devils took a 4-1 first quarter lead to a
7-3 half time. Many of the goals were assisted and came
from the attack as Cory Benulis (4g-4a), Jason Houtenbrink
(5g-1a) , Mike O'Hare (3g-1a) and Tom Rogemoser(1g,1a)
led the way. Scoring from the midfield were Eric Willman
(4g-2a) and Stephen Personale (1g). Senior goalie Matt
Schmelzlen had 7 saves.
Newark's goals came from four different players: senior
attackman Jason Johnson (1g-1a), junior attackman Nate
Johnson (1g), senior middie Kyle Brum (1g) and junior
middie Greg MacBride (1g). Junior goalie Anthony Cole
has 11 saves for the Reds who drop to 1-6. No
report from Newark.
Penn Yan won the shutout with a 19-0 win over
Midlakes on Thursday. Dan Mesler scored 6g, Steven Carlson
scored 3g-2a, and Jon Van Houten added 2g-3a. Also scoring
were Ben Odell (2g-1a) and Ryan Cook (2g) and 5 other
Mustangs, who scored one goal each. Junior goalie Adam
Gulusha made 2 saves for Penn Yan (3-2) while Midlakes
drops to 0-6). No report