| Tuesday: Fairport in a Close One || April 26, 2005 - It was a full day of lacrosse under cloudy but warm skies.
Fairport won a close game against vi sting Irondequoit,
and Gates has a one goal victory in the battle of the
Chilis. Hilton won in overtime, but there were a number
of blowouts as Canandaigua, Penn Yan, Geneva and Penfield
each had easy wins.
In their first match up Fairport won by a single goal
when they played at Irondequoit.
Today, it was a home game for the Red Raiders and they
won by a single goal once again with a score of 7-6. The
game was close throughout with neither team taking command
of the game.
Irondequoit scored first on their first attempt as senior
midfielder Cory Bottiglier scoring on a feed from junior
attackman Joe Parker at 9:35. Fairport came back with
a man up goal by junior attackman Pat Reilly assisted
by sophomore attackman Mike Danylyshyn at 6:39. Reilly
scored again at 2:54, again assisted by Danylyshyn. The
Eagles then scored two in a row as junior attackman Derek
Pino scored an unassisted goal at 1:23 and senior middie
Zack Pixley scored an unassisted goal at 0:21 in a scuffle
near the crease. With 0:03 left in the first quarter,
Fairport's junior middie Brian Sanna scored an unassisted
goal from out front. The first quarter ended in a 3-3
The second quarter was similar to the first, but whereas
Fairport controlled the majority of faceoffs in the first
quarter, ball time started to even out. Irondequoit scored
first again, at 9:18 (Pino from junior middie Mickey Haight).
Fairport came back at 4:23 with another man up goal (senior
midfielder Chris Lindner from Reilly) and the Eagles returned
after the next face off with a man up by Haight assisted
by Parker at 4:15. Fairport tied the scored at the 1:33
mark when junior middie Ryan Lowe scored on a feed from
junior attackman Peter Burkhardtt. Once again, with 0:03
left in the half, junior middie Jake Fricano scored on
an assist from junior middie Jeff Sanna to give Fairport
a 6-5 half-time lead.
The second half saw little scoring as the ball moved back
and forth and many of the shots taken by each team went
wide of the cage. Irondequoit again scored first, in the
first minute of the quarter, when Parker took the ball
from midfield and scored (unassisted) at 11:01. The game
was tied, but it would be Irondequoit's last goal of the
game. Sophomore middie Tom Rynn scored the game winner
for Fairport at 9:32 with a feed from Lindner at 9:32
and the next 21:32 went scoreless in spite of a number
of opportunities. After a four game loosing streak, Fairport
improves to 6-4 while Irondequoit drops to 7-4.
Penfield took a commanding 7-1 first quarter
lead and extended it to 10-3 before finishing with a 19-5
win at host Rush-Henrietta. Twelve different players made
the scorebook for the Patriots. Leading the scoring were
senior attackmen Tim Pfeffer (4g-3a) and Trevor Rice (1g-4a)
and senior midfielder Mike Thon (3g). Senior attackman
Jason Knerr and junior middie Kelly McKenna each scored
2g-1a and junior middie Mike Cummins added 2g for Penfield.
Attackmen David Malone, Connor Rice and Scott Serron
each added 1g-1a while Alex Del Pozzo and Kevin Green each
added 1g and Paul Leonard added an assist. Junior goalie
Brian Dell and senior goalie Chris Tateo combined for
8 saves for the Patriots (8-0).
Rush-Henrietta goals came from senior attackman Sam Hillmon
(2g) and sophomore attackman Matt Morin (1g-2a). Sophomore
middie Justin Rose and junior middie Tony Henriquez each
added a goal and senior middie John Gause added an assist.
Sophomore goalie Matt McShea had 7 saves for the Royal
had a 6-2 lead at halftime but Greece came back in the
second half and scored 5 of the next 6 goals to send the
game into overtime. The tying goal for the Thunder was
scored by junior attackman Dave Rodrigues on an assist
from sophomore middie Matt Machucki. Junior attackman
Tyler Stiles scored the winning man up goal in the final
minute of overtime with an assist from freshman attackman
Stiles ended the game with 3g-1a. Ritchie led the offense
with 4g-3a. Attackmen Brett Bridges (2a) and Andy Ellsworth
(1g) added to the Cadet score. Sophomore goalie Aaron
Donahey made 13 saves for Hilton (3-5).
For Greece Rodrigues finished with 3g-1a, Machucki with
1g-4a and senior attackman Joe Hallowell added 1g-1a.
Senior midfielder Mike Kemp added 1g and senior defenseman
Cody List scored his 1st goal of the season. Senior goalie
Orlando Villegas had 10 saves for the Thunder (2-7).
McQuaid Jesuit played a close first first half,
but controlled the second half for a 10-6 win in their
GRALL game with Livonia tonight. After a 3-3 tie in the
first quarter, the Knights took a slight edge for a 6-5
halftime lead. In the third quarter
McQuaid Jesuit took a 3 goal lead before finishing with 4:41
left in the game. Eight different players made the scorebook
for the Knights and 9 of the 10 goals came from underclassmen.
Junior attackman Mark "Sparky" Hannna led the
offensive effort with 6g including four in a row in the
second half. Sophomore middie Evan Gallina scored 1g-2a,
senior middie Kevin Dacey scored 1g-2a and senior midfielder
Scott Rubino added 2a for the Knights.
Commenting on the game was Coach Bryson who said, "I
was particularly excited to see our underclassmen step
up and contribute to the offense. Defensively, we really
picked it up during the second half and proved that when
you play with passion, you can make things happen."
McQuaid Jesuit improves to 4-6.
“We slid to the ball well, it was the second slide
to the crease man that we didn’t make,” stated
a frustrated Livonia Coach Sciera. “Our failure
to possess the ball on offense was also a factor, we have
to learn to take care of the ball better.”
Leading the scoring for Livonia were junior attackman
John Dalberth (2g-2a), sophomore attackman Brian Sciera
(2g) and senior middie Josh Hendrickson (1g-1a). Shawn
Wright added 1g and Andy Kurtz added 1a. Junior goalie
Aaron Jamison made 11 saves for Livonia (4-5).
midfielder Dave Street scored the winning goal for Gates
Chili on an assist from sophomore attackman Andy
Hilton with 0:01 left in the game as Gates Chili beat
host Churchville-Chili 6-5. The Saints held a 3-2 half-time
lead and also led at the end of three quarters, but the
Spartans out shot the Saints 34 to 33 and in spite of
junior goalie Evan Williams 18 saves the Gates Chili came
back for the the first win in Gates' history.
Scoring for Gates were Andy Hilton (2g-3a), junior middie
Chaz Giehl (3g), junior middie Andy McEntee (2a) and Street
(1g). Sophomore goalie Dave Bellaivia had 15 saves for
the Spartans (1-8).
Scoring for Churchville-Chili were sophomore middie Jaime
Englert (3g), sophomore attackman Ryan Grogan (1g-2a)
and sophomore middie Cory Mee (1g). Brian Traugott and
Brad Gurbacki each added an assist. The Saints defense
was led by senior Rich Amundson who was the ground ball
leader with 8 for C-C (3-5).
Falls-Lima remained one of two undefeated Section
Five teams as they cruised to an 16-8 win over visiting
Spencerport. The Cougars took a 6-2 quarter to a 9-3 half
before adding 7 more in the second half. Eight different
players made the scorebook for HF-L.
Senior attackman Mike Cintineo continued to pile up stats
with 5g-1a, while fellow senior attackmen Jeff Price finished
with 4g-3a and Zane Witzel finished with (3g).
Senior middie David Uzialko added 2g-1a , Chris Stanton
added (1g) and Chris Norris added (1g- 1a). Bryan Zavitz
and Dusty Mulcahey each added an assist for the Cougars.
Senior goalies Mike Brisbane (14 saves) and Will Fargo
(2 saves) shared the tending duties for HF-L who take
their record to 9-0.
Spencerport's goals were scored by sophomore attackman
Pat Decker (3g), junior attackman Rob Stojanov (2g), and
Jeff Konko, Kyle Campion, and Steve Difulvio who each
scored 1g for the Rangers (4-5).
a slow first half during which both teams scored two goals
in the first quarter and no goals in the second, Victor
took a 5-3 third quarter lead and fished with the 8-4
win over host Pal-Mac. Face-offs gave Victor more ball
time and the number of shots of goal may have been the
difference for the Blue Devils.
Sophomore attackman Jason Houtenbrink was the scoring
leader for Victor with 3g-2a. Senior middie Kyle Sullivan
(2g) and Senior attackman Cory Benulis (1g-1a) added to
the score while junior middie Erick Rogemoser and sophomore
middie Eric Willman collected 1g each and freshman attackman
Tom Rogemoser added 1a for Victor. Senior goalie Matt
Schmelzlen recorded 8 saves.for the Blue Devils (7-4).
Pal-Mac saw scoring from senior middies Matt Walker (3g)
and Dave Bennett (2a) and senior attackman Jaimie Sinopoli
(1g ). Senior goalie Ben Dlugosh made 10 saves
for the Raiders (3-7).
After their first loss of the season last Saturday
to Baldwinsville (Section 3), Canandaigua
got back on track with a 21-1 league win against Midlakes.
Thirteen different players made the books for the Braves.
Scoring for CA were senior attackman Chris Mulheron (3g-2a),
Jeremy Nemecek (2g) and Kyle Wakefield (1a). Junior attackmen
James Regan (3g), Zack Scheetz (1g-1a) and Eric Klein
(5a) and sophomore attackman Jeremy Brown (2g) added to
the score. From the midfield seniors Brian Hadsell (2g),
Todd Anthony (2g) and Nick Boylan (2g) were paced by junior
Chris McWilliams with 2g-1a and sophomores A.J. Groot
(2g-1a) and Charlie Sauter (1g). Junior goalie Dan Serafine
played the first 6 minutes and was relieved by senior
goalie Billy Thomson who played the last 3.5 quarters
and had 2 saves and gave up 1 goal for the Braves (8-1).
Scoring for Midlakes was junior attackman Ryan McCannon
Junior goalie Brendan Hennessy had 10 saves for Midlakes
Yan won their Finger Lakes league game Tuesday
with a 14-1 victory over visiting Mynderse. Leading the
scoring effort for the Mustangs was senior attackman Jon
Van Houten with 4g-7a and junior middies Dan Mesler (3g-2a)
and Steven Carlson (2g-3a). Junior attackman Ben Odell
added 1g-1a while Dan McGuffie, Kyle Jensen and Ryan Cook
added 1g each. Sophomore defenseman Michael Manley added
an assist for the Mustangs. Sophomore RJ Wickham (15 saves)
and junior Adam Galusha (3 saves) shared the goal tending
duties for Penn Yan (6-4). No
report from Mynderse.
was the winner with a 15-3 scored over Waterloo on tuesday
afternoon. Senior midfielder Matt Warner scored 2g-3a
and senior attackmen Mike (3g-1a) and Chris Toner
(4g) led in scoring. Sophomore middie, John Warner added
2g while Greg Bonney, Jake Queener, RJ Gringeri and Adam
Stewart each added one goal. Henry Heaton and John Manion
each added an assist and senior middie Matt Morabito again
won over 75% of his faceoffs for the Panthers (5-4).
Senior Gordy Lahr led the Waterloo effort with 2g and
Matt Haws added the third. Senior goalie Pat DeBolt had
4 saves for the Indians (7-5).
won their league game against Eastridge on Tuesday night
with a 17-7 victory at home. Senior attackman Mike
Ryerson continued to roll up points as he scored 7g-3a
for the Barons Sophomore middie Ryan Conti added 2g-3a
and junior middie Robbie Asselin scored 2g-2a for the
Sophomore attackman Todd Horne scored his first Varsity
goal and senior attackman Matt Francis put up his first
numbers of the season for the Lancers. Also scoring single
goals were Nick Savine and Mike Passantino. Junior middie
Sean Sawyer continued his scoring streak with 1g-3a and
junior middie RJ Pixley added 2g. Senior goalie Mike Matteo
had another excellent night in the goal fending off numerous
Brighton shots. No report from