| Thursday: Some Close Some Not || April 6, 2006 - Night games were played today.
Some games, like Mynderse over Midlakes
in overtime, Spencerport over Hilton and
McQuaid Jesuit over Brighton were close, some,
however were not.
took the first quarter 2-1 and a 3-1 half,
but Victor outscored the
Little Irish 10-2 in the second half to
win the game 11-5 at Aquinas.
The Blue Devils scored first in the first
quarter with a goal by Erik Rogemoser and
assisted by Mike Dominzio. Aquinas answered
with a goal by Nick Vincent assisted by
Dave Schmandt. Senior Pat King then fed
Chris Roland to score for the Irish and
put Aquinas ahead late in the first quarter.
King scored another goal on a pass from
Chris Roland at the 6:33 mark of the second
period to give the Lil’ Irish a 3-1
lead at the half.
Victor came out in the 3rd period and scored
seven unanswered goals to take the lead
for good. Scoring for the Blue Devils were
Eric Williams (2g), Jason Houtenbrink (2g),
Frank Velenti (2g), Alex Rogmoser (2g),
Stephen Personali, Erick Rogemoser (1g),
and Pat Sullivan with 1 goal apiece. Andy
Savage added two assists for Victor and
Mike Domizio and Joe Coleman both added
an assist. Mitchell Liegerot recorded 14
saves for Victor (2-2).
Finishing the scoring for Aquinas were Dave
Schmandt (1g-1a), Chris Roland (1g-1a) and
Mark Pincelli (1g 2a). Goalie Alan Antinerelli
made 11 saves for Aquinas (3-1).
was Gates Chili with the
13-1 win over visiting Eastridge as the
Spartans took a 7-1 halftime lead.
Scoring for Gates Chili were junior midfielder
Andy Hilton (4g 2a), senior attackman Chaz
Giehl (3g 2a), senior midfielders Andy McEntee
(3g) and Jim Drabin (1g-1a) and sophomore
attackmen Tom Elkins (2g) and Tom Sudek
(3a) while sophomore middie Pat Sposato
added an assist.
Scoring for Eastridge was senior midfielder
Feshman goalie Jason Baetzhold had 10 saves
and junior goalie Dave Bellavia recorded
three saves for Gates Chili (1-3). Sophomore
goalie Eugene Ferrera had 9 saves for East
Irondequoit (0-3). No
report from Eastridge.
attackman Jon Briggs scored the winning
goal in overtime for Midlakes
in their 7-6 game at Mynderse. Mynderse
took the first quarter lead (3-1) and led
at the half 3-2. The Blue Devils continued
the lead at the end of the third quarter,
but Midlakes tied in the last quarter, sending
the game into overtime.
Scoring for the Eagles were junior attackman
Glen Stevenson (2g-1a), senior attackmen
Jon Briggs (3g), Ryan McCannon (1g) and
R.C. Weston (1a), junior midfielder Clay
Hemminger (1g) and senior middie Nate Stevens
(2a). Sophomore goalie Jared Schoonerman
recorded 17 saves for the Midlakes (2-2).
Mynderse saw scoring from senior attackman
Jon Young (1g-1a), junior midfielder Sean
McGrimley (1a), sophomore middie Dustin
Luckinbill (3g), junior midfielder Josh
Kurdziolek (1a) and senior Eric Davids (2g).
Senior goalie Zac Rescort made 5 saves for
No report from Mynderse.
was Newark over Pal-Mac
in a 6-4 win at Newark. Pal-Mac, suffering
from a tough loss to Livonia in their first
game of the season (Saturday), improved
on every facet of their game according to
Coach Falso. Down 3-1 at the half, the Reds
scored two more at the top of the third
taking a 5-1 lead. The Raiders returned
in the last quarter to bring the game to
The Pal Mac defense of Mike Converse, Eddie
Anderson, Andy Hems, and Ryan Bills consistanly
put pressure on the ball annd goalie Jon
Reeves had another good performance, making
16 saves for Pal-Mac (0-2).
Scoring for the Raiders were Mike Christ
(1g-1a), Will Mallia (1g), Derrick Piccola
(1g). Jeremy Norsen (1g) and Dave Merritt
Scoring for Newark were Nate Johnson (2g),
Dan Mizro (1-1), Alex Quku (2g) and Greg
McBride 1g-1a. Senior goalie Anthony Cole
player for three quarters and recorded six
saves and junior goalie Josh Putman made
four saves for the Reds (1-2).
an exciting 4th quarter the McQuaid Jesuit
Knights came back to win their
game against Brighton 11-10. The Baron’s
struck first with an unassisted goal from
Ryan Conti at 8:23. The Knights scored next
on an unassisted goal from Mark Hanna at
7:58. Brighton took the lead with goals
at 6:53 and 4:50: the first goal in man-up
by Colin Hickey with the assist from Robbie
Asselin and the second, a goal from Asselin
assisted by Ryan Conti.
The Knights then fought back with goals
at 3:12 and 1:51. The first was a man-up
goal by sophomore Mitch Ritchie assisted
by Marty Farchione and the second scored
by Gino D’Angelo, with the assists
credited to Sean Conroy. Brighton scored
again with 0:40 left as Colin Davis scored
an unassisted goal to end the quarter 4-3.
The Knights fought back to win the second
quarter 2-1 and left the game tied at five
at halftime. The Knights scored at 10:46
(D’Angelo from Ritchie), followed
by a man-up Baron goal at 8:02, (Davis alone).
The second Knight goal was by Ritchie from
Nick Cardillo with 3:05 left in the half.
Brighton scored two quick goals in the third
(Davis alone and Kyle Warren alone). An
unassisted goal from McQuaid Jesuit's Hanna at
4:29 brought the Knights back within one,
but another man-up goal by Brighton's Davis
(assisted by Hickey) gave the Barons a two
goal lead with 3:56 left in the quarter.
After another man-up goal for the Knights
at 3:29 scored by Jeff MacDonald from Evan
Gallina McQuaid Jesuit had come within one for
the second time in the quarter, but the
Baron’s fought back again to recapture
their two goal lead with an unassisted goal
by Davis, his fifth and final goal of the
The fourth quarter belonged to the McQuaid Jesuit,
winning the quarter 4-1. The Knights scored
at 10:55, 9:39, 7:17, and 4:02 to go up
11-9. The goals were by Hanna (from Gallina),
Hanna (unassisted), Gallina (unassisted),
and finally D’Angelo from Cardillo.
Brighton, in a last minute surge, scored
their final goal at 0:44 when Tim Williams
hit the back of the nets after receiving
a pass from Davis who ended the game with
5 goals and 1 assist. Goalie Noah Berg,
made 12 saves (55%) for Brighton (0-3).
Mark Hanna ended the game with 4 goals for
McQuaid Jesuit. McQuaid Jesuit (4-2) split goal time with
Patrick Maguire making 5 saves (55%) and
Dan Caufield making 7 saves (64%). No
report from Brighton.
improved their record to 5-0 with a 12-7
victory over host Waterloo. After taking
a 3-1 first quarter lead, the Indians came
back to within one as the Bulldogs were
up 5-4 at the half. The second half belonged
to Livonia as they outscored Waterloo 7-3.
The rapidly improving Livonia man down unit
of Jeremy Hudak, Oren Taylor, Luke Merritt,
Shane Moran and Andy Kurtz had lots of practice
as they held Waterloo to just two goals
on eight tries.
Livonia’s offense scored first with
an unassisted goal by senior midfielder
Chadd Britton who ended the game with five
goals. The Indians Josh Mateo tied
the score with an assist by Billy Jolly.
A face off win by Britton and a fast break
goal by senior attackman John Dalberth assisted
by Brian Sciera put the Dogs back up by
a goal. Britton won the next face
off and took the ball to the goal to score
his second of the game with five seconds
left in the quarter. Livonia took
a 3–1 lead at the end of the first
Britton’s third goals of the game
put the bulldogs up 4-1 about four minutes
in to the second quarter. Waterloo
came back scoring three unanswered goals.
Billy Jolly, Mike Ruiz and Winston Boyd
each scored for the Indians to tie the game.
With just nine seconds left in the half,
Adam Schaible scored to give the Bulldogs
at 5-4 lead.
Livonia outscored Waterloo 5-3 in the third
quarter to take a 10 -7 lead into the last
quarter, and then shut down the Indians
offense in the final quarter. Junior attackman
Brian Sciera took over the offensive chores
for Livonia, scoring all three of his goals
in the third quarter. Britton added
a goal and an assist. Senior middie
Luke Merritt added another goal for Livonia
with an assist from Scott Mosher.
Waterloo junior middie Josh Mateo scored
two goals and assisted on a goal by Stephen
Kuti (1g-1a) for the Indians in the third
The Livonia coaching staff credited the
win to consistent defense and good goal
tending by senior goalie Aaron Jamison.
"Aaron was especially good in the second
half when we needed him to be," stated
Livonia Head Lacrosse Coach John Sciera. Jamison
made 19 saves in the game including nine
saves in the fourth quarter.
Scoring for Livonia were Britton (5g-1a),
Sciera (3g-1a), Schaible (2g), Dalberth
(1g), Merritt (1g), with Mosherand
Tyler Russell each adding an assist.
Scoring for Waterloo were Mateo ( 3g-1a),
Ruiz ( 1g), Winston Boyd (1g-1a), Jolly
(1g-2a) and Kuti (1g-1a). Senior goalie
Andy Riegel made 11 saves for the Indians
improved to 4-0 with their 16-5 win over
host Churchville-Chili. The Patriots took
a 5-1 lead at the end of the first quarter
and ended the half up 9-3. Nine different
players made the scorebook for Penfield
and face off middie Kelly McKenna went 7/12
on face-offs and added 10 groundballs. Alex
Nowak and Mike Arvan each had 7gbs for the
Scoring for Penfield were Dave Malone (4g),
McKenna (2g-3a), Scott Serron (2g-2a),
Connor Rice (2g-1a), Mike Arvan (1g-2a),
Mike Cummins (1g-2a), Dan Huntington (2g)
while Ben Foster and Kevin Green each added
1g-1a. Senior goalies Brian Dell (7s) and
Ryan Nicoletta (4s) were in the nets for
Scoring for the Saints were defenseman Brian
Briggs (2g), Ben Rossignolo (2g), Jaime
Englert (1g), and an assist each from Doug
Hemink and Gino Marcello. Ryan Grogan and
Cory Mee led the team with 6 ground balls
each. Goalie Evan Williams made 23 saves
for Churchville-Chili (2-2).
HFL offense was productive
and its defense played a physical and smothering
game as the Cougars scored its first win
this season at Pittsord-Mendon High School.
HFL was up 4-0 at the end of the first quarter
and led at hafltime 10-4. The Cougars outscored
Pittsford 3-1 in the third quarter and 5-1
in the last quarter.
The Cougar defense of Buster Mulcahey, Brian
Zavitz and Mike Howlett all played solid
team defense, and cleared the ball well.
Patrick Roache in goal for HFL made several
Scoring for HFL were Dan Layfield (5g-3a),
Connor Burgasser (1g-5a), Zack Whyte (6g),
Cade Norris (3g-2a), Ian Griffan (2g-2a)
and Matt Garvey (1g-1a). No
report from Pittsford.