| April 20, 2005 - It was day 1 for the Newark Tournament and Aquinas and
Newark with the winners. Irondequoit beat Ithaca of Section
Four and HFL beat host Pittsford.
first game of the day was at Irondequoit,
where the Eagles beat the
top Class A team from Section Four, Ithaca, 10-3. Senior
defensemen Dan Nielsen and Kyle Byron had strong performances
in shutting down Ithaca’s leading scorers at attack
and midfield. A key point in the game occurred at the
start of the third quarter when the Eagles successfully
killed off a two minute penalty.
Scoring for Irondequoit were junior attackman Joe Parker
(3g-3a), junior midfielder Mickey Haight (3g) and senior
middies Zack Pixley (2g-1a) and Cory Bottiglier (2g).
Adding assists were Derek Pino, Kevin Coholan and Andrew
Hart. Sophomore goalie Zack Nash had 9 saves for the Eagles
Sophomore attackmen Kyle Huckle (2g) and Erik Jorgenson
(1g) scored for Ithaca while Ben Farr and Colin Stuart
added assists for the Little Red. Junior
goalie Dave Grossman had 15 saves for Ithaca (7-1).
host Newark won its game with Midlakes
14-5 with scoring leaders Nate Johnson (4g-1a) and Jason
Johnson (2g-1). Junior middie Nate Stevens led Midlakes
with 2g, while junior goalie Brendan Hennessy recorded
14 saves for the Eagles (0-7). Newark improves to 2-6
and will face Aquinas in the Championship game on Friday.
No report from Midlakes.
won its game with Bath 10-8 as the second game in the
Newark Tournament. Bath saw 3 goals each from from senior
middies Richie Zajac and Jeremy Sutfin. Senior attackman
Liam Glover added 4a and Josh Thompson and Zac Conrad
each scored a goal. Kyle Benesh, McKenzie Durham, and
defenseman Alex Durham each had one assist and Jeremiah
Wilder had 21 saves in the goal. No
report from Aquinas.
Falls-Lima was the 12-4 winner over Pittsford
on Wednesday afternoon at Pittsford Mendon. Scoring for
the Cougars were Mike Cintineo (4g-3a), Jeff Price (4g-1a)
and David Uzialko (2g-1a). Connor Burgasser added (1g-2a)
and Dan Layfield added 1g for HF-L. Mike Brisbane had
15 saves for the Cougars (7-0).
Scoring for Pittsford were Mike Peacock (2g), Dylan Bittlingmaier
(1g) and Jake Boyce (1g).