| Thursday: Storms || April 13, 2006 - A number of games were impacted by thunder
storms in the afternoon and evening. Section
Five and NYS rules require that players
and spectators be removed from the field
when lighting is seen or thunder heard.
There must be a period of 30 minutes without
thunder or lightning before play may be
Schroeder at Irondequoit
game was cancelled at the site as thunder
and lighting over the lake persisted for
45 minutes just before the scheduled start
at 7:30. The
make up date will be Tuesday, April 18th,
at 7:30 PM.
Spencerport at Athena game
was suspended with Spencerport leading 6-2
with 9:20 left in the 3rd quarter. The resumption
date will be posted when it becomes available.
Thomas-Eastridge game was
postponed because of the storms and has
not yet been rescheduled.
improved their record to 4-2 with a 12-4
win over Gates Chili. Scoring for the Saints
were Doug Hemink (3g-2a), Ben Rossignolo
(3g-1a), Jaime Englert (2g-1a), Ryan Grogan
(2g), Brennon Dooling (1g-1a), Gino Marcello
(1g-1a), Cory Mee 2A and Brian Traugott
(1a). Brian Briggs led the defense with
6 grounds balls and Evan Williams 9 saves
Scoring for Gates were Andy Hilton (1g ),
Tom Sudek (3g), Brad Weber (1a). Freshmen
goalie Jason Baetzhold recorded 7 saves
for the Spartans (2-4).
was Victor 8-4 over host
Waterloo in Finger Lakes play this afternoon.
Victor took a 3-2 lead at the end of the
first quarter and led at the half, 5-2.
The Blue Devils picked up two more in the
third and one in the last quarter, but their
strong defensive play was the key to the
win. There were ten penalties called but
neither team scored in man up.
Scoring for Victor were Erick Rogemoser
(3g-1a), Andy Savage (2a) while Frank Valenti,
Jason Houtenbrink, Eric Willman, Alex Rogemoser
and Joe Coleman each scored one goal. Mitchell
Liegerot had 15 saves for Victor (4-3).
Scoring for Waterloo were Winston
Boyd (g-1a) and Nelson Boyd, Mike Ruiz and
Billy Jolly each added one goal and Josh
Mateo added an assist. Andy Riegel had his
best game yet in goal with 15 saves for
the Indians (5-2).
improved to 3-3 with their 14-0 win over
visiting Arcadia/Olympia. Scoring for Brockport
were Justin Klymochko (4g), Adam Nauerth
(1g, 2a), Andy Willis (2g), Kevin Selig
(1g,1a), Brett Allen (3a), Sean Bittner
(2g), Tyler Sutphen (2g), Jack Flechaus
(1g), Eric Gallert (2a), Matt Laney (1g),
and Bohdan Klymochko (1g,1a). Defensive
midfielder Tucker English had 9 ground balls
and Connor Mykins earned the shutout with
8 saves for the Blue Devils. No
report from Arcadia/Olympia.
scored a goal in the first quarter, but
that would be all as Geneva
took the win, 18-1 after scoring 4 in the
first, third and fourth quarters and 6 in
Eleven different players made the scorebooks
for the Panthers. Scoring were Kyle Boncaro
(5g-1a), John Warner (2g-3a), John Manion
(2g-2a) while Sean Bramen and RJ Gringeri
added 2g-1a. Jim Warner added 1g-1a, Eric
Peterson, Mike Guard, Josh Bloom and Dave
DeRaddo each scored one goal and Elliot
Heaton added an assist for Geneva (3-3).
Gringeri and Sean Bennett dominated face
offs winning 16 of 23 while Adam
Schutz (2s) and Jeff Weise (0s) shared duties
in the goal.
Junior midfielder Ryan Buckley scored and
junior goalie John Reeves made 22 saves
improved its record to 5-1 with a 16-4 win
over host Pittsford. Penfield jumped to
a 5-0 lead, but Pittsford narrowed the margin
to 5-2 before the Patriots added 7 goals
to end the half up 12-2.
Kelly McKenna lead the Patriots with 4 goals
and 7 ground balls along with winning 10
of 13 face offs. Senior Dave Malone added
3 goals and 2 assists while Mike Arvan and
Connor Rice each had 1 goal and 3 assists.
Seniors Scott Serron (2g-1a) and Ben Foster
(1g-1a) also figured in the scoring. Adding
1 goal each were Mike Cummins, Kevin Roe,
Dan Huntington, and Paul Leonhard.
In three quarters Brian Dell recorded 12
saves while allowing 2 goals before relinquishing
the nets to Ryan Nicolette took over in
the fourth and had one save.
Pittsford’s Chris Kist tallied 3 goals
for the Panthers and Doug Johnson added
a goal. Pittsford goalkeepers Chris Jacobs
and Dupra combined for 11 saves. No
report from Pittsford.
Yan continued their winning streak
with a 19-1 victory over host Mynderse.
Twelve different players made the scorebooks
for the Mustangs (4-1). Leading the offensive
effort were Matt Osgood (5g-2a), Dan McGuffie
(3g-2a), Ben Odell (2g-3a), Dan Mesler (4g-1a)
and Steve Carlson (1g-4a). John Linnan and
Brandon Trombley each added (1g-1a). Josh
Perrault added (2g), while Dana Wilber made
(2a) and Mike Manley, Ryan Cook and John
Folts each added an assist. Mustang goalies
RJ Wickham and Adam Galusha each
recorded one save. No
report from Mynderse.
started off right away, taking an 8-0 half
time lead behind their physical defense.
Scoring for HFL were Dan Layfield
(5g-1a), Cade Norris (2g-1a), Zach Whyte
(1g-1a), Ian Griffin (2g), Chris Stanton
(1g-1a), and one goal each from Andrew Santiago
and Matt Garvey. Score
only form Hilton.
was Livonia with an 8-3
win over host Midlakes in a game that saw
a close first half, and the Bulldogs opening
it up then the second half but scoring below
their season average of 12 goals per game.
The defensive, however kept the Eagles below
their current 5.5 goals against average.
Sciera cited the play of senior defenseman
Andy Kurtz and senior goal keeper Aaron
Jamison as two of the main reasons the Bulldogs
are so solid on the defensive end of the
field. “Andy has done an outstanding
job on the other teams best attackman every
game. Livonia’s long poles, Jeremy
Hudak, Jeremy Alston, Gabe Recchio, Shane
Ward, and Mike Vetrano have all played tough
defense this year". Coach Sciera also
credited short stick midfielder Oren Taylor
of doing an outstanding job defensively
Scoring for Livonia were Scott Mosher (4g),
Brian Sciera (2g), Adam Schaible (1g), Kyle
Olson (1g), Tyler Russell (2a) and Luke
Merritt (1a). Aaron Jamison made 3s for
Scoring for the Eagles were RC Weston (2g),
Glen Stevenson (2a) and Jon Briggs (1g).Jared
Schoonerman had 8s for Midlakes (3-4).
Rush-Henrietta at Fairport
game was stopped for lightning just before
the end of the third quarter and was finished
on Friday afternoon.
The first half of the first quarter was
a close game with lots of shooting and scoring
and very little defense. Fairport scored
first on a fast break clear as Ryan Lowe
ran straight at the front of the goal and
scored (unassisted) at 10:33. Daniel Scarazzo
added another for the Red Raiders, just
0:31 later after picking up a loose ground
returned with an unassisted goal at 9:33
by Nate Delone. WIth the score 2-1, Fairport
added another at 8:32 as Scarazzo scored
on a cross goal feed from Mike Danylyshyn.
R-H came right back with a goal at 6:42
when Justin Rose bounced an outside shot
past Fairport goalie Geoff Mayor. Rush scored
again, this time at 4:43 on a drive from
the midfield by Matt Moran.
Fairport then broke the game open with four
unanswered goals before the end of the quarter.
David Burke scored on a one-on-one drive
at 3:43. Lowe scored his second goal at
2:50 on a one-one-one drive, Jeffrey Sanna
added a goal at 2:02 after picking up a
loose ball and Pat Reilly scored a man up
goal at 1:44 (unassisted). The Red Raiders
led at the end of the quarter, 7-3.
Fairport continued its scoring streak with
three more in the second quarter. Shawn
Runyon scored first on a pass from Reilly,
Lowe scored on a feed from Reilly and Burke
scored (unassisted) at 3:57, taking Fairport's
lead to 10-3. Tony Henriquez scored an unassisted
goal on a drive from out front at 3:05 to
end the half with Fairport up 10-4.
The third quarter belonged to Rush-Henrietta
as Henriquez added two unassisted goals
and then another with an assist from Harry
Hadley. Fairport saw goals from Sanna (unassisted)
and Lowe (also unassisted). The game was
halted with 0:43 left in the third quarter
when lighting was sighted in the distance.
The game was restarted on Friday afternoon.
There was no scoring in the last 43 seconds
of the third. The last quarter momentum
returned to Fairport as they scored five
goals while hold the Royal Comets to none.
Reilly and Danylyshyn added goals along
with Dan Holmes and Jake Fricano, who scored
both the first and last goal of the quarter.
This was the second loss of the week (and
the season) for Rush-Henrietta (3-2) and
Coach Gotko was philosophical in his post
Schroeder on Tuesday and again against Fairport
today, we have been giving up the "big"
quarters which have made us play catch up.
The quality of competition in Monroe County
and Section 5 make playing catch up an enormous
task irregardless of the opponent. Our focus
has got to be on limiting multiple scoring
opportunities defensively and becoming more
patient with the ball offensively to get
quality looks at the goal. At times we pressed
too much and Fairport took advantage of
The leading scorers
for Fairport were Lowe (4g), Scarazzo (3g-1a)
and Reilly (2g-2a).
The leading scorers for RH were Henriquez
(4g) and Rose, Moran and Delone who each
added one goal for the Royal Comets. Junior
goalie Matt McShea made 15 saves For RH.