| Tuesday: Crossover Day || April 25, 2006 - For the most part it
was cross-over day in Section Five. McQuaid Jesuit
lost to St. Francis of Buffalo and Rush-Henrietta
beat visiting Livonia. The rest of the games
were league games with non-divisional teams.
was Geneva, the 20-1 victor
over visiting Midlakes. The Panthers took
a 7-0 first quarter lead and led at the
Scoring for Geneva were Kyle Boncaro (4g-6a),
John Manion (2g-5a), Mike Guard (3g-1a),
Willy Rago (3g), John Warner (1g-1a), Jimmy
Warner (1g-1a), Sean Braman (1g-1a), RJ
Gringeri (2g), Matt Augustine
(1g-1a), Greg Bonney (1g), Jeff Weise (1g)
and Tyler Travis (1a). Adam Schutz had five
saves for the Panthers (5-4).
Nick Newland scored for Midlakes (3-5).
Jared Schoonerman had 11 saves. No
report from Midlakes.
Chili was the 10-4 winner over
visiting Hilton as Andy Hilton scored 4g
and Tom Sudek added 2g for the Spartans.
Jim Drabin added 3a, Pat Lynah 2g and Brad
Weber and Tom Elkins each had 1g for Gates
Chili. Dave Bellavia had 12 saves for the
Spartans (4-3). No
report for Hilton.
Thomas outscored Athena/Odyssey
16-3 in the game played at Athena. Brendon
Rothfuss had the first goal for Thomas but
Greece answered back with a goal from Dave
Rodriguez with a cross crease pass by Matt
Machucki. Rodriguez scored an unassisted
goal in the second quarter. The half ended
with the Titans up 13-2.
Machucki's pump fake goal in the third quarter
came from a pass from Mike Conderman.
Scoring for the Titans were Rothfuss (3g-2a),
Max Guroski (3g-3a), Dom Scalzo (2g-2a),
Kevin Kemp (1g-1a), Pat Maloney (2g), Kurt
DetWiller (2g-1a), Dan Hinderland (3g) and
Brandon Reeners (1g). Alex Mosher and Kevin
Ryan each made one save for Thomas (8-1).
Scoring for the Thunder were Matthew Machucki
(1g-1a), Dave Rodriguez (2g) and Mike Conderman
(1a). Dave Tarana made 7 saves for Athena/Odyssey.
was the 19-8 winner over visiting Spencerport
on Tuesday. The Cougars took a 4-1 first
quarter lead, but the Rangers returned to
finish the half down 5-6. HFL then scored
eight goals in the third quarter which finished
with the Cougars up 14-6.
HFL took a 4-0 lead in the first quarter,
on two goals from Dan Layfield (one assisted
by Conner Burgasser), and two more by Cade
Norris (assists by Buster Mulcahey and Andrew
Santiago). Spencerport answered with 1 goal
befor the end of the first quarter by Phillip
Schmid (assisted by Stephen Balcerak).
At the half, the score was 6-5 on two goals
from HFL (one from Cade Norris assisted
by Zach Whyte, and a goal by Zack Whyte
assisted by Cade Norris).
The HFL Cougars started the second half
with four unanswered goals (Zach Whyte,
Tyler Burgasser, Buster Mulcahey, Chris
Stanton assisted by Zach Whyte). Spencerport
answered with a score (Phillip Schmid assisted
by Rob Stojanov). HFL ended the quarter
with three more goals from Connor Burgasser
(assisted by Cade Norris), Ian Griffin (assisted
by Cade Norris) and Tyler Burgasser.
During the fourth quarter, HFL continued
to outscore Spencerport 6-3, with goals
from Chris Stanton (assisted by Cade Norris),
Dan Layfield, Zach Whyte, Matt Garvey (assisted
by Andrew Santiago)), Kal Dachler, and a
second goal on the night by defenseman Buster
Mulcahey. Spencerport's scoring in the fourth
quarter was two goals from Phillip Schmid
(both assisted by Rob Stojanov), and an
unassisted goal from Stephen DiFulvio.
Scoring for the Cougars were Layfield (3g),
C. Burgasser (1g-1a), Norris (3g-3a), Mulcahey
(2g-1a), Santiago (2a), Whyte (3g-2a), T.
Burgasser (2g), Stanton (2g), Griffin (1g),
Garvey (1g) and Dachler (1g).
Scoring for Spencerport was Rob Stojanov
( 3g-3a), Phil Schmid (3g) and Steve Difulvio
and Matt Darrow who each added one goal
for the Rangers (4-4).
scored the first six goals on their way
to a 13-5 win over visiting Waterloo at
Scoring for Canandaigua were Connor
Henderson (3g-1a), James Regan (1g-1a),
Charlie Sauter (2g-1a) and Jordan Manzer
(1g-2a). Andrew Knoblauch, AJ Groot and
Nick Munn each scored one goal while Eric
Klein, Zack Scheetz and Justin Tomzak each
added a goal and an assist. Matt Malloy
recorded an assist for the Braves. Dan Serafine
made 2 saves and allowed 1 goal in the first
quarter. Scott Bement made 4 saves and allowed
2 goals while playing in the goal in the
second and third quarters and Kyle Carson
made 2 saves and allowed 2 goals in the
last quarter for Canandaigua (5-3).
Scoring for Waterloo were Josh Mateo (1g-1a),
Jeff Wadhams (1g), Winston Boyd (1g-1a),
Nelson Boyd (1g) and Stephen Kuti (1g).
Andy Riegal recorded 9 saves and Mark Nearpass
added 5 Saves for the Indians (7-4).
was Victor over Mynderse
14-1 in a game that saw Victor take a 7-1
first quarter lead into a 9-1 half time
break. Kevin McCully scored for Mynderse
on a pass from Tim Sweeting. Zac Rescort
recorded ten saves for Mynderse (2-6).
Scoring for Victor were Erick Rogemoser
(3g-3a), Frank Valenti (3g-1a), Jason Houtenbrink
(2g), Andy Savage (1g-1a) and Mike Domizio
(1g-1a) while Alex Rogemoser, Stephen Personale,
Ryan O'Connor and Elie Naoum each added
one goal and Dave Kelbe and Tom Rogemoser
each added an assist. Mitchell Liegerot
(3 saves) and Max Wade (4 saves) split time
in the goal for Victor (5-5). No
report from Mynderse.
Wickham had two saves and three scoreless
quarters in the cage for Penn Yan
as the Mustangs beat visiting Pal-Mac 17-2.
Scoring for Penn Yan were Matt Osgood and
Dan Mesler with 5g-1a each, Josh Perrault
with 2g-2a, Steven Carlson (1g-3a), Jon
Folts (1g-2a) and Ryan Cook (1g-1a). John
Linnan and Dan Wolfe each added one goal
and Dan McGuffie added an assist. Adam Galush
recorded 1 save in the fourth quarter for
the Mustangs (9-1). No
report from Pal-Mac.
was Pittsford over Brockport
at Mendon on Tuesday with a 9-5 win. Scoring
for the Panthers were Doug Milano-Johnson
with 3g-1a, Chris Kist with 3g and Cam Edminston
with 1g-2a. No
report from Brockport.
was Brighton with a 12-8
win over host Churchville-Chili. The Barons
led at the end of the first quarter 4-3
and at half time 6-5.
Scoring for Brighton were Colin Davis (5g-1a),
Colin Hickey (3g-2a), Tim Williams (1g-2a),
Ryan Conti (3g-2a) and Sam Friedman and
Robbie Asselin each added an assist.. Brighton
improves to 6-3.
The Saints saw goals from Jaime Englert
(2g), Gino Marcello (3-1a), Ben Rossignolo
(2g) and Cory Mee (1g). The defense was
led by Brian Briggs with 10 ground balls
and Evan Williams with 11 saves for Churchville-Chili
St. Francis of Section
6 defeated McQuaid Jesuit with a score of 11-8.
The game was a close but the Red Raiders
took the lead early, and although McQuaid Jesuit
fought back a number of times, the Red Raiders
controlled the game.
St. Francis scored the first four goals
in the first quarter. They were scored at
11:03, 10:54, 7:06, and 3:17, each by a
different player for the Red Raiders; Rautenstrautch
(from Maisano), Benzinger (from Grizanti),
Bonilla (from Rautenstrautch), and finally
Albert (from Benzinger). The Knights rallied
with a goal at 2:52 by Dan Odorczyk assisted
by Mitch Ritchie. The first quarter ended
St. Francis up 4-1.
The Red Raiders increased their lead with
an unassisted goal from Rautenstrautch at
10:56. McQuaid Jesuit scored next at 7:28 (Ritchie
unassisted). Benzinger, from Maisnao, scored
the sixth, and final goal of the half for
St Francis , at 6:27. The next two goals
were scored by the McQuaid Jesuit offense. The
first was by Ritchie with an assist from
Mark Hanna, and the second was by Nick Cardillo,
unassisted. The half ended with St, Francis
The Red Raiders took to the offense quickly
at the start of the second half, scoring
the first three goals and increasing their
lead to 9-4. The goals were scored at 11:30,
11:00, and 8:39, and all three goals were
unassisted. The first goal was by Grizanti,
the second by Rautenstrautch, and the third
by Benzinger. The Knights returned with
three goals, scoring at 7:41, 3:33, and
3:03. The first goal was scored by Evan
Gallina from Jeff MacDonald, the second
was by Hanna (unassisted), and the third
was by Sean Conroy (unassisted). The third
quarter with a score of 9-7.
Once again the Red Raiders started off the
quarter with the first two goals, scored
at 8:08 and 3:03. The first goal was scored
by Maisano (unassisted), then Maisano came
back to assist Benzinger for the eleventh
and final goal for St. Francis. The last
goal for the Knights was scored with 0:22
left in the game and was scored by Gallina
Scoring for the Red
Raiders were Benzinger (4g-1a), Rautenstrautch
(3g-1a), Maisano (1g-3a), Bonilla (1g),
Albert (1g), Grizanti (1g-1a). Wolbert made
9 saves and had 8 goals against for a save
percentage of 52.9% for the Red Raiders
Scoring for the McQuaid Jesuit were Ritchie
(2g-1a), Gallina (2g), Odorczyk (1g), Cardillo
(1g), Hanna (1g-1a), Conroy (1g) and MacDonald
(1a). Patrick Maguire made 12 saves and
had 11 goals against for a save percentage
of 52.2% for the Knights (4-6).
first half was close, but Rush-Henrietta
scored nine second half goals on
their way to a 14-8 victory over visting
The Bulldogs got on the scoreboard first
with a goal at 11:34 when Scott Mosher scored
on an assist from Adam Schaible and then
John Dalberth scored at 8:14 to make the
scored 2-0. RH responded at 5:23 when Tony
Henriquez scored (unassisted). The quarter
ended with the Bulldogs up 2-1.
RH tied the game at 11:42 of the 2nd quarter
when Matt Moran scored on a feed from Brian
Hantzis. Rush then scored the next three
goals as Nate Delone scored (unassisted)
at 10:31 and Colin Cornaire scored at 5:18
(assisted by Hantzis). Livonia answered
with a goal from Schaible to cut the lead
to 4-3 with 2:43 in the quarter. RH scored
the last goal in the quarter when Henriquez
added his second with 1:54 remaining to
give the Comets a 5-3 lead at half time.
RH scored the first five goals to start
the third quarter. Goals were scored by
Hantzis at 10:11 (unassisted), Hantzis again
at 10:02 with an assist from Henriquez,
Henriquez again at 9:33, Justin Rose (unassisted)
at 7:29, and finally Henriquez again at
7:20 to increase RH's lead to 10-3. Livonia
answered back at the 5:32 mark when Dalberth
added his second goal (unassisted) to cut
the lead to six. RH tacked two more on to
end the third when Hantzis scored at 3:16
with an assist from Moran and then at 2:11
when Moran scored with the assist by Bobby
Pattridge. The third quarter score ended
with RH up 12-5.
RH continued scoring in the fourth when
Hantzis added his fourth of the day (unassisted)
at 11:33. The Royal Comets scored their
final goal of the game at 9:17 when Delone
added his second from Moran, who finished
with three assists and two goals. Livonia
finished up the scoring in the fourth quarter
at 8:33 when Scott Mosher scored in man
up with an assist from Chad Britton. Kyle
Olsen and Adam Schaible added unassisted
goals to make the final 14-8 for the Royal
“At the half
we were in it,” stated the Livonia
coaches after the game. R-H’s answer
was to turn up the heat a little more in
the second half. “Before we knew it
they had a seven goal lead.” R-H’s
pressure defense resulted in 5 goals in
6 minutes of play.
Scoring for Rush-Henrietta were Hantzis
(4g-2a), Henriquez (4g-1a), Moran (2g-3a
), Delone (2g ), Rose (1g ), Cornaire (1g
) and Pattridge (1a). Matt McShea made 9
saves while allowing 5 goals in just over
three quarters of play for RH (6-2).
Scoring for Livonia were Scott Mosher (2g),
Adam Schaible (2g-1a), John Dalberth (2g),
Brian Sciera (2a), Luke Merrit (1g), Kyle
Olson (1g) and Chadd Britton (1a). Zac Berger
recorded 4 saves for the Bulldogs (7-3).