| Tuesday: Schroeder over Irondequoit || April 18,2006 - There were nine games
scheduled for Tuesday. Schroeder was a 14-7
winner over host Irondequoit. Eastridge
won its first game of the season. R-H was
the winner in their close game with McQuaid Jesuit
and Penn Yan beat Carthage.
was Penn Yan the 8-2 winner
over Carthage of Section 3 as Dan McGuffie
scored 3g-1a and Dan Mesler scored 2g to
lead the Mustangs. Ben Odell, Steven Carlson
and Dan Wolfe each scored 1g and Ben Odell
and Matt Osgood each added 1a. Mustang defenseman
Tristan Keas who held Mario Ventiquattro
scoreless. RJ. Wickham recorded 12 saves
for Penn Yan (6-1).
Scoring for Carthage were Trent Ames (1g)
and Zach Mulvaney (1g-1a). Kyle Gaebel made
8 saves for the Comets (5-2).
was the 11-6 winner over visiting Spencerport
who took a 4-1 first quarter lead.
Colin Davis scored first for Brighton, followed
by a goal by Tim Williams (assisted from
Ryan Conti). Spencerport took the score
to 2-1 with a goal from Pat Decker. Brighton
finished the quarter with two goals in 37
seconds. Colin Davis scored with 39 seconds
left in the quarter and Ryan Conti scored
with two seconds remaining in the first
quarter. At the half Brighton increased
its lead to 9 - 3.
Brighton goals were scored by Ryan Conti
(4g-2a), Colin Davis (3g-2a), Colin Hickey
(2g-1a), Kyle Warren (1g-1a), Robbie Asselin
(2a), Tim Williams (1g-1a), and Jake Anderson
Scoring for Spencerport were Tyler Hintz
(3g), Rob Stojanov (1g), Phil Schmid (1g),
and Pat Decker (1g).
won its first game of the season with a
15-10 victory over visiting Pal-Mac. After
a 2-2 tie at the end of the first quarter
the Lancers scored 7 goals in the second
to take a 9-7 halftime lead and then scored
6 more in the second half.
Coring for Eastridge were Sean Sawyer (4g-2a),
RJ Pixley (2g-2a) while Nick Mormino, Matt
Drifill and Todd Horne each added 2g-1a.
Shane Drifell score one goal and Brandon
Moynihan scored two goal. Eugene Ferrara
made 9 saves for the Lancers (1-4).
Scoring for Pal-Mac were Ryan Buckley (4g),
Mike Christ (2g-1a) and Dave Merritt (1g-
1a). Cody Clement and Jaime Gross each scored
one goal and Steve Vanderwalle, a JV player
brought up for the game added 1g-1a. Jon
Reeves recorded 18 saves for the Raiders.
holding off a last quarter advance by the
won a 12-11 victory in tonight’s game.
The first goal of the game was by Matt Moran
for R-H at 9:00 followed by a goal by Tony
Henriquez (assisted by Moran) at 6:50. The
Knights scored at 4:08 when Mitch Ritchie
hit the nets (unassisted) and the quarter
ended with Rush-Henrietta up 2-1.
McQuaid Jesuit tied the
game with a man-up goal by Marty Farchione
(unassisted). The Royal Comets scored the
next four goals to take a 6-2 lead . All
four goals were unassisted with the first
from midfielder Justin Rose at 9:58 and
the second from Nate Delone at 9:32. Henriquez
scored the next two goals, the first from
of a fast break face-off at 9:32 and the
second at 5:42 in a settled situation.
The Knights then took control, scoring the
next four goals to go into halftime with
the scored tied 6-6. At 5:07 the first
goal came on a feed from Nick Cardillo to
Ritchie for the goal. After the ensuing
face-off, the Knights’ had their own
fast break goal when Alex Caton won the
face-off himself, took the ball down field
and scored at 5:00. Farchione scored the
next two goals (both unassisted), at 3:49
The Knights took their first lead of the
night at the top of the third quarter with
a man-up goal from Jeff MacDonald (assisted
by Ritchie) at 10:25. The Royal Comets then
scored the next four goals at 9:29, 9:11,
7:11, and 6:03. The first was by Delone
(unassisted), then Delone found Moran for
the second goal. The third and fourth were
both unassisted and were scored by Henriquez
and Rose. McQuaid Jesuit's Farchione scored his
fourth goal (unassisted) at 5:15 to bring
the scored to 10-8 for R-H. The Royal Comet’s
added two more goals increasing their lead
to five. The first by Moran (unassisted)
was scored at 4:32; the second by Henriquez
(assisted by Brian Hantzis) was scored at
2:38. That would be the last goal for Rush-Henrietta,
but with a strong defensive effort they
would hold off the pressure of the Knights.
With 0:17 left in the third Evan Gallina
scored during a 5-on-5 set.
The Knights added
two more during the final quarter: The first
at 8:32 with Farchione finding Mark Hanna
and the second at 1:47 with Hanna finding
Gallina. The Knights tried a last minute
drive on the goal but the R-H defense stopped
the play and cleared the ball holding out
an 11-10 victory.
Tony Henriquez who scored 5 goals for the
Royal Comets won 10/13 faceoffs. Matt McShea
ended the game with 7 saves for RH (4-2).
Pat Maguire ended the game with 17 saves
and 11 goals against and Dan Caufield also
saw time with 1 save and 1 goal against
for McQuaid Jesuit (4-3).
was the 8-3 winner over visiting Canandaigua
after taking a 2-1 first quarter lead and
and 5-1 half. The Braves came back with
two more goals in the third quarter, but
that would be it. Senior goalie Geoff Mayor
recorded 12 saves for the Red Raiders (5-1).
Scoring for Fairport were Pat Reilly (4g),
Ryan Lowe (1g-1a), Mike Danylyshyn (1g-1a)
while Jack Fricano and Brent Jacobs each
added one goal and Dan Scarazzo (1a) and
Shawn Runyon (2a) added assists. No
report from Canandaigua.
was the 7-1 winner over host Aquinas on
a beautiful spring evening. The game was
physical with several knock downs by the
HFL defense, and many hard fought ground
balls by both teams. Aquinas opened the
scoring on an unassisted goal by Pat King
in the first quarter. HFL responded in the
second quarter with a pair of unassisted
goals by midfielder Dan Layfield and defenseman
Buster Mulcahey, putting HFL up 2-1 at the
In the third quarter, HFL scored five unanswered
goals, two from Connor Burgasser, (one unassisted,
the other assisted by Cade Norris), two
from Zach Whyte (one unassisted and one
on a pass from Dan Layfield), and one by
Dan Layfield (unassisted). No
report for Aquinas.
was Waterloo 10-7
over Livonia in a 5:00 game at Livonia.
The Bulldogs downfall was a very tough second
quarter allowing the Indians to score 6
goals. An optimistic Coach Sciera after
the game said, “One bad quarter does
not a season break, we did a lot of good
things out there today. We have to play
four good quarters to beat good teams."
The Bulldogs found themselves down early
in the game by two goals. Josh Lewis and
Winston Boyd scoring for the Indians. Livonia
came back to take a 3 – 2 lead by
the end of the first quarter. Scott Mosher
scored two goals, Brian Sciera had a goal
and an assist. Junior middie Gaelin Walsh
added an assist during the quarter. Walsh
led Livonia in ground ball production with
Three one minute penalties assessed to the
bulldogs started the Waterloo landslide
in the second quarter. Waterloo attackman
Winston Boyd scored three unassisted goals
during the quarter and an assist on a fourth.
All three goals came in extra man situations.
Livonia’s lone goal came from middie
Scott Mosher with Adam Schaible assisting.
Waterloo took a 8 – 4 lead into the
allowed only two Waterloo goals in the second
half it was not enough. Led by senior goal
tender Aaron Jamison (14 saves) the bulldogs
came to life. Goals by Brian Sciera, Adam
Schaible and Scott Mosher closed the gap,
but it was too little too late.
Scoring for Waterloo were Winston Boyd (4g-3a),
Stephen Kuti (2g-1a), Josh Lewis (1g), Nelson
Boyd (1g), Curtis Brosius (1g), Billy Jolly
(1g). Andy Riegal had 14 saves and Mark
Nearpass had 2 saves for Waterloo (6-3).
Scoring for Livonia were Scott Mosher (4g),
Brian Sciera (2g-1a), Adam Schaible (1g-1a),
Gaelin Walsh (1a) and Tyler Russell (1a).
Livonia drops to 7-2.
took an early 3-0 lead on their way to a
14-7 win over host Irondequoit. First quarter
goals by Mike Tota (assisted by Chris Ferry),
Grant Catalino (assisted by Ferry) and Jay
Wilmes (assisted by Tim Winslow) started
things off for the Warriors. Irondequoit
came back with the next two goals to make
the score 3 - 2. Irondequoit goals were
by Kevin Coholan (assisted by Derek Pino)
and Coholan (unassisted) at 4:30.
The second quarter saw a great deal of running
up and down the field, with more offense
than defense. Schroeder's attack made a
number of dramatic rides, including one
that allowed Catalino to intercept a goalie
clearing pass and score on an open net from
dust outside the restraining area. The half
ended with Webster up 8-5
The Warriors picked up on defense in the
second half, allowing only two goals while
at the other end of the field, the offense
picked up six.
Scoring for Schroeder were Tota (2g), Catalino
(2g-2a), Wilmes (4g), John Pawluk, who also
won 14/24 face offs, (1g), Austin Orsini
(1g), Andy Winslow (1g-1a), Nick Mooney
(2g), Eric Chavoustie (1g-1a) and Chris
Ferry (6a).Dennis Costanza made 9 saves
for the Warriors (5-1).
Scoring for Irondequoit were Coholan (43g-1a),
Mickey Haight (2g), Andrew Hart (1g-1a),
Nick Kane (1a), Greg Wright (1a) and Derek
Pino (2a). Zach Nash had 9 saves for the
was Thomas 11-9 over visiting
Hamburg of Section 6. It was a tale of two
The Hamburg Bulldogs came in with a 1-3
record but that record wasn't an indication
of how well this team could play. Coach
Ruller stated, “we had scouted their
last home game and we saw a very athletic
team that was due to have a good game.”
In the first half our predictions were correct.
The Bulldog goalie was having a great game
and the Titans were struggling to convert
their opportunities. Thomas had 16 shots
in the first half but only two goals to
show for it.
In the first quarter Hamburg scored first
with a man up goal at 7:20. Thomas answered
when senior midfielder Kurt DetWiller scored
an unassisted goal with 6 minutes left in
the first quarter. Hamburg came back with
an unassisted goal from their attack. Then
the Bulldogs scored again with an unassisted
goal at 3:43 left to take a (3-1 lead).
Thomas scored again on a broken clear when
Max Gurowski found the back of the net with
2:28 left in the first quarter.
In the second quarter Hamburg scored three
unanswered goals and took a 6 to 2 lead
going into half time. The Titans were getting
good looks but the Hamburg goalie was outstanding.
With many saves right on the doorstep the
Thomas offense was flustered. At halftime,
Coach Ruller “told the defense that
if we could hold them to one or two goals
this half then our offense will start to
Quarter, started just like the second quarter
ended with Hamburg scoring. Thomas was down
five goals with just ten minutes left in
the third quarter but then the scoring began.
Slowly the Titans chipped away at the Hamburg
lead. First it was Attackmen Dom Scalzo,
on an assist from Gurowski. Then it was
Kevin Kemp with an assist from Gurowski.
Then Scalzo scored again (again assisted
by Max Gurowski). The Titans turned up the
pressure on Defense and the return was some
more transition goals. The Titans brought
the score to within two and then with 0:32
seconds left in the third quarter Kemp scored
again (assisted by Gurowski).
At the top of the fourth quarter the Titans
tied it up when Kurt DetWiller made a huge
hit during a ride and jarred the ball loose
from the Hamburg stick. Brendan Rothfuss
picked it up and found Gurowski in front
of the cage for his second goal of the game.
The game was tied.
With the score tied and the momentum in
favor of the Titans found themselves in
penalty trouble, but the man dow unit picked
it up, forced a loose ball and turned it
into a goal when Peter Hart took an outlet
pass and proceeded to go down to find Remington
Fox who scored.
The Thomas lead lead lasted only about 30
seconds as the Hamburg attack picked off
a pass and turned it into a man up goal
with just 9 minutes remaining. The Titans
took about one minute for Gurowski to feed
Kemp for his third goal of the game and
Thomas took the lead for good. After winning
the face off and scored again when Dan Hinderland
hit the back of the nets (unassisted). Scoring
his fourth goal of the game was Kemp with
an assist from Gurowski who finished with
six assists and two goals. Hamburg would
scored one goal late, but Thomas was the