| Thursday: March Weather - Good Games || April 28, 2005 - There were 13 games held on a very cold and sometimes
wet afternoon with a number of close games.
Sophomore midfielder Kevin McCully scored the winner in
overtime with an assist from senior middie Tim Ellis as
Mynderse beat visiting Newark 13-12.
Mynderse led at the half 8-6 but Newark closed the gap
to force the the game into overtime.
Leading the scoring for the Blue Devils were senior attackman
Andy Zaverella (4g) and Chris Warrick (2g), and senior
midfielders Tim Ellis (2g-4a) and Troy Gothem (1g-3a).
Kevin McCully finished with 2g-2a. Junior goalie Nick
Tiaskkun had 9 saves for Mynderse (4-6).
Newark saw scoring from senior attackman Jason Johnson
(2g-1a) and junior attackmen Nate Johnson (1g-2a) and
Dan Mizro (2g). Junior middie Alex Quku added 4a while
senior middie Kyle Burm scored 3g and junior middie Greg
McBride scored 2g-2a. Junior goalie Anthony had Cole 22
saves for the Reds (2-9). No report
It was a game that was expected to go right down to the
wire and it really was anyone's game, but Rush-Henrietta
was the winner, 9-7 against host McQuaid Jesuit on Thursday afternoon.
The Knights took an early lead, scoring first at 10:06
when senior middie Ryan Ingalis scored an unassisted goal.
R-H came back at 7:07 with a goal by senior midfielder
Brian McShea with an assist by sophomore attackman Matt
Moran. Just under a minute later the Knights had an unassisted
goal from senior middie Scott Rubino who added another
at 2:59 and the quarter ended with McQuaid Jesuit up 3-1.
The second quarter belonged to the Comets, outscoring
McQuaid Jesuit 3-1. First up was Moran (unassisted) at 11:29.
Then McShea scored again assisted this time by Moran.
senior middie John Gause scored an unassisted goal for
R-H. McQuaid Jesuit scored the last goal of the half at 1:10
when junior attackman Mark Hanna scored (unassisted).
The half ended in a 4-4 tie.
R-H took the lead in the third quarter, scoring two while
holding the Knights scoreless. Junior middie Tony Henriquez
who had a strong day in the face off department scored
for the Comets at 7:54 with an feed from Moran. Gause
scored just 17 seconds later to end the quarter with the
Royal Comets up 6-4.
Each team scored three goals in the last quarter. R-H
scored first at 11:46 with a goal by McShea (assisted
by Gause). Sophomore middie Justin Rose scored an unassisted
goal 0:41 seconds later. McQuaid Jesuit got back on the scoreboard
at 8:42 when Hanna scored again (unassisted) and in man
up. Senior midfielder Kevin Dacey scored an unassisted
goal for the Knights less than a minute later. At 2:58
Rubino scored an unassisted goal to take the Knights within
one, but after a few trips up and down the field, R-H
scored the final goal of the game (junior middie Tim Barth
unassisted) with 0:04 left.
McQuaid Jesuit junior defenseman Dan Blackburn who was dramatic
in his clearing and takeaways suffered a broken clavicle
and will be sidelined for the rest of the season.
Sophomore goalie Matt McShea had 10 saves for the Royal
Comets (3-7). McQuaid Jesuit drops to 4-7.
Greece was the eventual winner in a 11-8
game against visiting Eastridge. The teams were tied at
2 at the end of the first quarter and tieds again at 6
at the half.
Greece senior middie Craig Cercone (1g) scored his first
goal of the season. Junior attackman Dave Rodrigues (4g
2a) and sophomore middie Matthew Machucki (2g-4a) combined
with midfielders Mike Kemp (2g-1a), Jeremy Fitzgerald
(1g-1a), Tad Barker (1g-1a) and Nick Kulzer (1a) for the
scoring power. Freshman Ryan Grimshaw and senior Jason
Wolk came up with some great defensive plays to protect
senior goalie Orlando Villegas (15 saves) for the Thunder
Senior middie Kevin Kimber led the Lancer offense with
4g-1a. Also scoring for Eastridge were junior middie Sean
Sawyer with 3g, senior attackman Brian Sutton with 1g
and senior middie Dave Granito with an assist. Senior
goalie Mike Matteo made 17 saves on 28 shots for the Lancers
extended its record to 9-1 with a 12-3 victory over visiting
Churchville-Chili. The Barons scored first with an unassisted
junior attackman Colin Hickey at the 6:53 mark. C-C came
back at 5:40 with a goal by sophomore middie Ben Rossignolo.
Brighton scored the last two goals of the quarter as senior
attackman Mike Ryerson and junior attackman Colin Davis
scored unassisted goals to end the quarter with the Barons
Brighton scored two more in the second quarter as junior
defenseman Jason Moser and sophomore middie Ryan Conti
scored unassisted goals. The half ended with Brighton
The Baron saw one goal in the third quarter scored at
7:21 by freshman middie Justin Hillery.
Brighton pounded the Saints in the last quarter as the
Barons saw scoring from sophomore middie Ryan Conti (1g),
junior attackman Colin Hickey (3g-1a), senior attackman
Mike Ryerson (8g-3a) and junior attackman Kyle Warren.
Churchville's goals came from senior attackman Brad Gurbacki
By the end of the game Hickey has scored 5g-1a, Ryerson
had totaled 2g-5a and Conti had added 2g for the Barons.
Spencerport was led by Gurbacki (2g) and Rossignolo (1g)
while Brian Traugott and Ryan Grogan each added an assist
for Churchville-Chili who moves to 3-6.
Penn Yan scored five unanswered goals
in the first quarter and extended their lead to 10-1 at
the half on their way to a 14-4 win over host Victor.
Scoring for the Mustangs were Steven Carlson (4g-3a),
Dan Mesler (3g-3a) and Jon Van Houten (3g-2a). Brandon
Trombley, Ben Odell, Dan Wolfe and Kyle Jensen each added
1g for Penn Yan. Sophomore goalie RJ Wickham (14 saves)
and junior goalie Adam Galusha (1 save) shared the goal
tending duties for the Mustangs (7-4).
Victor saw scoring from sophomore middie Jason Houtenbrink
(2g), senior middie Kyle Sullivan (2a) and Matt Schmelzlen
and Erick Rogemoser who each added 1g. Senior goalie Matt
Schmelzlen recorded 11 saves for the Blue Devils (7-5).
Aquinas won their GRALL game against
Bath-Haverling with a 11-3 score at Bath. Junior Mark
Pincelli scored 3g-2a and junior attackman David Schmandt
added 3g-1a for the Little Irish (8-4). Senior midfielders
Jeremy Sutfin (2g) and Richie Zajac (2a) led the scoring
while freshman middie McKenzie Durham added a goal for
the Rams who drop to 2-7.
Honeoye Falls-Lima notched another league
game in their undefeated season with a 15-3 win at home
over Gates Chili. Seniors Mike Cintineo (4g-4a), Jeff
Price (3g-4a) and David Uzialko (3g) led the offensive
effort. Also scoring were freshman middie Cade Norris
(2g), junior defensemen Bryan Zavitz (1g) and Connor Burgasser
and senior attackman Zane Witzel (1g). Senior goalies
Mike Brisbane (6 saves) and Will Fargo (8 saves) shared
the goal tending duties. The Cougars improved to 10-0.
Sophomore attackman Andy Hilton led the Gates effort with
2g. Junior middie Andy McEntee added 1g-1a and junior
middie Chris Sudek added 1a for G-C. Sophomore goalie
Dave Bellaivia and senior goalie Frank Battagila each
recorded 4 saves for the Spartans (1-9).
Irondequoit's Zack Pixley scored the
first goal and the last goal of the game as the Eagles
took the 7-6 win at Webster Thomas on Thursday afternoon.
Pixley's opening goal came on an assist from Corey Bottiglier.
Thomas answered with an unassisted goal by junior attackmen
Kevin Kemp. Irondequoit's junior attackman Joe Parker
scored the next goal with an assist from junior midfielder
Mickey Haight. Thomas midfielder Kurt DetWiller scored
the next goal assisted by Kemp. The quarter ended in a
The second quarter saw Irondequoit score first when Derek
Pino found Bottiglier open for his first goal. Next Kemp
found Scalzo open on a backdoor look in man up to tie
the game back at three. Next it was Parker (unassisted)
for the Eagles to put them up by one with 8 minutes left
in the half. Junior goalie Steven Hondorf who had 16 saves
on the day and a great defensive effort by the Thomas
defense kept them in the game. With 4:00 left in the half
Titans sophomore attackman Brendan Rothfuss found senior
midfielder Alan Luwish cutting to the cage to tie the
score again at 4-4 where it remained at the end of the
The Eagles again took the lead at the top of the third
when Haight scored with an assist from Parker. Irondequoit
held the lead for nearly six minutes before Thomas again
tied on an unassisted goal by Rothfuss with just 2 minutes
remaining in the quarter.
The fourth quarter saw Thomas score first when Luwish
found the goal with assist from Kemp. With eleven minutes
remaining Thomas was in the lead. Less then a minute later
Irondequoit tied it up with another goal from Parker.
Then the Eagles took the lead on Pixley's goal with seven
minutes left and finished on top.
For Irondequoit, Parker finished with 3g-1a, Pixley with
2g, Haight with 1g-2a, Bottiglier with 1g-1a and Pino
with 1a. Sophomore middie Nick Kane won 8 of 10 faceoffs
and sophomore goalie Zach Nash ended the game with 4 saves
for the Eagles (8-4).
Steve Hondorf made nine saves for Webster Thomas (3-6).
It was Hilton over Spencerport, 8-6 at
Hilton on Thursday. The
Cadets came out strong with all five defenseman, Matt
Davidson, Matt Faulks, Eli Towner, Jeff Bird and Pat Noble
playing in front of sophomore goalie Aaron Donahey who
was solid in goal with 16 saves.
Freshman attackman Mitch Ritchie led the scoring with
3g-3a, while junior attackman Tyler Stiles added 2g-1a.
Sophomore attackmen Brett Bridges and Corey Blackburn
each added 1g-1a and Jay Clifford and Colin Walker each
added an assist for the Cadets (4-5).
Spencerport's scoring was led by junior attackman Rob
Stojanov with three goals for the Rangers (4-6).
Penfield remains undefeated at 9-0 with
a 10-2 win over visiting Pittsford. Although the Panthers
led at the end of the first quarter, 2-1 the Patriots
took over and went into halftime ahead at 4-2. They then
shut out the Panthers in the second half while scoring
six of their own. Pittsford's Steve Mathews made numerous
saves for Pittsford and junior middie Greg Gans won the
early game face-offs for Pittsford.
Scoring for the Patriots were Trevor Rice (3g-2a), Kelly
McKenna (2g-1a), Mike Arvan (2g-1a), Tim Pfeffer (2g),
junior middie Ben Foster (1g) and Mike Thon(1a).
Junior goalie Brian Dell had 12 saves for Penfield.
Scoring for Pittsford were senior attackman Jake Boyce
and junior attackman Gavin McLean. No
report form Pittsford.
Fairport held off a late game comeback from Schroeder
and won 11-10 in a Thursday evening game at Webster.
Scoring for the Red Raiders were Pat Reilly (2g-21), Pete
Burkhardtt (3g-2a) and Chris Lindner (3g-2a). Jeff Sanna
scored 1g-1a and Tom Rynn and Jake Fricano each added
a goal and Ryan Lowe added 1a for Fairport. Junior goalie
Geoff Mayor recorded 11 saves for Fairport (7-4).
According to the morning paper, Webster's Mike Catalino
scored 1g-1a in the last quarter. Junior attackman Jay
Wilmes and sophomore attackman Grant Catalino each added
three goals for the Warriors. Tom Costanza had 1g-2a for
Schroeder (4-5). No Report from