| Saturday: Five Out of Section Wins || April 29, 2006 - Six games today were
against teams from outside Section Five
and the Section Five teams won all but one
of the contests. Fairport beat Orchard Park
in a big game in Buffalo, Geneva beat Corning
West, Penn Yan beat Amherst, HFL beat Hamburg
and Victor beat Sweet Home. Canandaigua
lost by one goal to Baldwinsville of Section
taking a 2-0 first quarter lead and trading
three goals each in the second quarter,
Penn Yan scored five goals in the second
half while holding Amherst of Section 6
to one on their way to a 10-4 win at Penn
Yan this afternoon.
Penn Yan senior attackman Dan McGuffie (5g-2a)
scored the first goal on a feed from Steven
Carlson at 10:59 and Carlson scored the
second on a feed from McGuffie 1t 4:51.
The Mustang defense including Dana Wilber,
Tristan Keas, Preston Christensen and long
stick, Michael Manley held the Tiger offense
to three shots in the quarter, all saves
by goalie RJ Wickham.
Amherst came back in the second quarter
which ended up being their best, scoring
three goals starting with their first by
Taylor Ebsary (unassisted) just 0:23 into
the quarter. Penn Yan scored right after
the next face off when Dan Mesler scored
his unassisted goal at 11:15. Ebsary scored
again for the Tigers at 10:09 (unassisted)
on a shots that slid off Wickham's chest
pad. After a slight lull, Ryan Cook scored
and unassisted goal for the Mustangs at
7:50 and Amherst returned at 6:38 with a
goal by Brent Doerflein on a pass from JJ
Reidy. McGuffie scored the last goal of
the quarter on a fast break clearing pass
from Ben Odell at 1:48, and the half ended
with the Mustangs up 5-3.
Amherst, which is generally considered the
best Class B team in Section 6, and the
Sectional Champions every year since 2001,
was held to a single goal in the second
half which was scored by Taylor Ebsary with
an assist from Corey Rich at 9:34 in the
third quarter. Penn Yan's only goal in the
third quarter was scored at 8:13 when, after
a shot bounced off the goal, McGuffie scooped
up the ground ball and scored the garbage
goal. The mustangs led at the end of the
The last quarter belonged to Penn Yan, although
the tension ran high for most of the twelve
minutes. Cook scored at 10:59 (assisted
by McGuffie), McGuffie scored at 8:44 on
an pass from Matt Osgood, McGuffie scored
along at 5:42 and Carlson scored the last
goals (assisted by Chris Carlson) on a broken
clear while the Mustangs were man down.
Scoring for Penn Yan were McGuffie (5g-2a),
Cook (2g), Odell (1g-1a), Mesler (1g), Steven
Carlson (1g-1a) and Chris Carlson (1a).
RJ Wickham had 11 saves for the Mustangs
Scoring for Amherst were Esbary (3g), Doerflein
(1g), Reidy (1a) and Rich (1a). Garrett
Rogacki recorded 8 saves for the Tigers
scored with 0:36 seconds left in the game
to get past a tough Hamburg team under sunny
skies at Hamburg with a scored of 8-7.
HFL was down 6-5 at the half, but held Hamburg
to only one goal in the second half. HFL
tied it up early in the third quarter and
scored twice in the
fourth to edge a physical Hamburg team.
Hamburg drops to 3-6)
Scoring for HFL were Ian Griffin
(3g, 2a), Dan Layfield (3a), Cade Norris
(2g), Connor Burgasser (2g), and Zach Whyte
(1g). HFL improves to 6-4. (No
data was available for Hamburg).
took the match up against host Sweet Home
of Section 6 with a score of 13-7, after
claiming a 5-1 first quarter lead and a
7-3 hhalf time lead. Although penalized
ten times, the Blue Devil man down defense
was unscored upon.
Scoring for Victor were Andy Savage (3g-2a),
Erick Rogemoser (3g), Frank Valenti (2g-1a),
Jason Houtenbrink (2g), Alex Rogemoser (2g),
Joe Coleman (1g) and Eric Willman and Dave
Kelbe who each added 1a. Mitchell Liegerot
had 11 saves and Otis Wade added 1 save
for Victor (7-5).
Scoring for Sweet Home were Sean Burns (3g-2a),
Brenden Alchenger (2g) while Evan Withl
and Eric Schnirel each added one goal for
the Panthers (4-5).
won their second game of the year with a
15-3 victory over host Palmyra- Macedon.
The Cadets took a 5-1 first quarter lead
and led at the half 9-1.
Leading the scoring for Hilton were Tyler
Stiles (3g-4a), Jon Graus (3g-1a) and Kyle
Hayward (4g). Aaron Donahey and Josh Jensen
combined for 11 saves for Hilton.
Scoring for Pal-Mac were Derek Piccola (2g-1a),
Jeremy Norsen (1g) and Dave Merritt (2a).
Jonathon Reeve had 10 saves for the Raiders.
strong second half, including five goals
in the third and four more in the fourth
quarter gave Geneva a 13-8
victory as they hosted Corning West of Section
Four. The physical game saw numerous defensive
take-aways by both teams and for much of
the game , the teams were in transition.
Geneva scored first as Jim Warner scored
from a drive out front at 9:56. West returned
at 8:05 with a man up goal by Austin Rose,
who received the ball from Craig Smith.The
Panthers scored again at 5:19 when Kyle
Boncaro hit the nets after a feed from from
Willy Rago. John Manion scored for Geneva
at 3:04 (assisted by John Warner) and the
Panthers ended the quarter up 3-1.
Corning West took control in the second
quarter, out scoring the Panthers 5-1. Junior
attackman Jay Stearns scored first for West
at 9:51 with a drive from the left side
of the field and shooting cross body. Fourteen
seconds later, the Vikings tied the score
with a goal by Steve Little (assisted by
Mike Tammaro). Geneva took the lead again
at 8:17 with their goal by defenseman Brian
Knecht who, after clearing the ball, put
the ball past West goalie Jon Fiorillo.
Corning scored the next three goals of the
half. Steans scored (unassisted) at 5:22,
Rose scored another goal in man up (assisted
by Tammaro) at 1:07 and Little scored with
0:02 on a fast break from a clear and an
assist from Steans. West led at the half
Geneva Coach LJ Russell must have had an
inspirational speech during the half time
break, as the Panthers came out in the second
half with dramatic improvements at both
ends of the field.
Tammaro scored the first goal of the second
half (unassisted) at 10:27. Geneva then
scored then next five goals in the quarter.
R.J. Gringeri, who had a good day at face
offs, scored the first one at 9:52 on a
feed from Manion. Sean Braman scored on
an assist by Jim Warner less than a minute
later. Greg Bonney tied the game with his
goal assisted by Braman at 8:38. Bonney
added another goal (unassisted) in man up
and Manion scored an unassisted goal at
3:45. The Panthers led at the end of the
third quarter, 9-7.
The last quarter saw four more goals from
Geneva. Close defenseman Knecht scored another
unassisted goal on a clear at 11:08. Less
than a minute later Warner scored on a feed
from Manion. Bonney added a man up goal
(assisted by Gringeri) at 6:12. Finally,
Gringeri scored in man up with an assist
from John Warner at 5:44. West scored the
last goal of the game in man up as Adam
Lewis scored at 1:55 with an assist from
Scoring for Geneva were Jim Warner (2g-1a),
Manion (2g-1a), John Warner (3a), Bonney
(3g), Gringeri (2g-1a), Bramen (1g-1a),
Knecht (2g), Boncaro
(1g) and Rago (1a). Adam Schutz had 8 saves
for Geneva who advance to (7-4).
Scoring for Corning West were Rose
(2g), Stearns (2g-1a), Little (2g), Tammaro
(1g-3a) and Lewis (1g). Jon Fiorillo made
7 saves for the Vikings (7-5).
improved their record to 4-6 with their
12-5 victory over host Bath as the Eagles
took a 4-0 first quarter lead to a 6-2 half.
Accordingto Head Coach Rich Dolan, the close
defensive unit of Ben Bengston, Wes Carlson
and Josh Sauve performed well both in regular
and man down.
Scoring for Midlakes were Glen Stevenson
(4g-2a), Ryan McCannon (1g), Nate Stevenson
(2g-2a), Clay Hemminger (1g-2a), Nick Newlands
(2g), Kyle Saltzer (1g) and Jon Briggs (1g).
Jared Schoonerman had 14 saves for the Eagles.
Scoring for Bath were John Pruyn (2g-1a),
Brad Fuerst (2g-1a), Zac Conrad (1g-1a)
and Dave Harris (1a). Jeremiah Wilder recorded
9 saves for the Rams.
Fairport was the 11-10
winner over Section Six standout, Orchard
Park. Senior midfielder Ryan Lowe broke
the tied at the 3:24 mark in the last quarter.
Scoring for Fairport were Pat Reilly (5g),
Ryan Lowe (2g-2a), Mike Danylyshyn (4g-1a),
Dan Scarazzo (2a) and Peter Burkhardtt,
Shawn Runyon, David Burke and Jeff Sanna
who each added one assist for the Red Raiders
Orchard Park (8-1), considered by most to
be the best team in Section Six has been
their Class A Champions since 1995.
was Newark the 13-9 winner
over Mynderse on Saturday afternoon at Seneca
Falls. Although the first quarter ended
with Mynderse up 2-1, the Reds took over
in the second quarter, outscoring the Blue
Devils 5-2 with three goals by Dan Mizro
and another two by Colin Johnson.
Newark expanded their lead in the third
quarter to 10-5 with about three minutes
left, when Mynderse scored four goals to
finish the quarter down 10-9.
Newark pulled away in the last quarter with
goals by Alex Quku, Greg MacBride and Dan
Mizro. Anthony Cole had an outstanding quarter
making 7 of his 18 saves and shutting out
Mynderse for the quarter.
Scoring for Newark were Nate Johnson (3g),
Colin Johnson (2g-3a), Dan Mizro (4g-2a),
Alex Quku (2g-2a), Greg MacBride (1g-1a)
and Luke Walton (1g). Anthony Cole finished
the game with 18 saves for the Reds (4-5).
Scoring for Mynderse were Jon Young (1a),
Sean McGrimley (1g-2a), Kevin McCully (5g),
Tim Sweeting (1g) and Dustin Luckenbill
(2g). Zac Rescol made 9 saves for Mynderse
(2-8). No report
was Rush-Henrietta 18-5
over Eastridge. According to the Democrat
and Chronicle, Brian
Hantzis scored 5g-2a) and Matt Moran added
3g-5a for the Rual Comets. (7-3). No
reports from Eastridge, score only from
was a big crowd on hand for the cross town
match up between Webster Schroeder
and and Webster Thomas and in the end it
was Schroeder with the 13-9 win.
Schroeder jumped out to a 5-0 first quarter
lead with goals by Nick Mooney (assisted
by Chris Ferry), Mike Tota (assisted by
Andy Winslow), Eric Chavoustie (from Ferry),
Grant Catalino (unassisted) and Mike Tota
(assisted by Austin Orsini). Dennis Costanza
had 6 saves in the first quarter as Thomas
got many opportunities but were unable to
The second quarter was more even as Thomas
applied more pressure and controlled more
of the play and each team picked up 2 goals,
Schroeder scores were by Tota (unassisted)
and Mooney (unassisted). Thomas goals were
scored by Pat Maloney and a man-up goal
by Dom Scalzo (assisted by Kevin Kemp).
Schroeder increased its lead to 12-5 by
the end of the third. Thomas scored four
goals late in the 4th quarter to finish
the game. It was another good outing for
long pole middie Chris Nicodemi.
Scoring For Schroeder were Nick Mooney (3g),
Mike Tota (3g), Eric Chavoustie (3g-1a),
Grant Catalino (2g-3a), Chris Ferry (1g-2a),
Andy Winslow (1g-1a) while Jay Wilmes and
Austin Orsini each added one assist. Dennis
Costanza finished with 15 saves (5ga) in
three and a half quarters when Zach Marshall
finished the game for the Warriors.
Among those making the scorebook for Thomas
were Pat Maloney, Kevin Kemp, Dom Scalzo,
Kurt DetWiller, Max Gurowski and Brendon
Rothfuss. Maloney and Kemp combined
to win 11-19 face offs. Senior goalie Steve
Hondorf recorded 15 saves for Thomas (8-2).
Canandaigua lost to Baldiwinsville
of Section Three by a score of 6-5. After
posting a 2-0 first quarter, Canandaigua
lost the second quarter 1-4 to give Baldwinsville
a 4-3 half time lead. In one goal differential
was enough as the teams traided goals in
the second half with the Braves taking the
third 2-1 and the Bees returning in the
last quarter 2-1.
Scoring for Baldwinsville were Mitch Collins
(1g-1a), Jamie Dodge (1g), Kevin Kaval (3g-1a),
Jake Murphy (2g) and Jack Venditti (2a).
Andy Lamb recorded 16 saves for the Bees
Scoring for Canandiagua were Connor
Henderson (2g), Andrew Knoblauch (1g-1a),
Jordan Manzer (1g), Chris McWilliams (2g)
while Nick Munn and Austin Rogers eacha
dded one assist. Dan Serafine recorded 12
saves for the Braves (6-4).
defeated Livonia 13-8 in the Saturday night
game. The Knights struck first with an unassisted
goal by Marty Farchione at 10:21 and a second
unassisted goal by Mark Hanna at 3:19. The
Bulldogs scored an unassisted goal at 1:50,
scored by Oren Taylor and their second unassisted
goal by Adam Schaible at 0:48. At 0:28 the
Knights scored again with Dan Sturnick scoring
with the assist credited to Evan Gallina.
The score at the end of the first quarter
was 3-2 McQuaid Jesuit.
The Bulldogs tied up the game at 10:21 with
another unassisted goal from Taylor. At
9:34 the Knights scored a man-up goal with
an assist from Sturnick and the goal by
Gallina. The second and final Bulldog goal
of the quarter was scored on a pass from
John Dalbert, and scored by Brian Sciera.
The goal was scored at 9:03. The Knight
offense scored the next three goals over
the remainder of the quarter. The first
goal was by Sturnick (unassisted) and the
second two were scored by Farchione. The
first was assisted by Nick Cardillo and
the second was unassisted. The score at
half time was 7-4.
Livonia struck first again in the third
quarter with a goal by Scott Mosher (from
Schaible) at 11:53 and which was the only
goal that the Bulldogs scored in the third
quarter. The next 6 goals, all scored in
the third quarter, would be the rest of
the offensive for McQuaid Jesuit. The goals were
spread out over the quarter and were scored
at 11:39, 10:54, 7:05, 6:26, 3:42, and 0:39.
The first goal was scored by the Bulldog
goalie, and the "own goal" was
credited to the Knights "In Home",
Dan Sturnick. The second goal was by Gino
D’Angelo (unassisted), followed by
one by Gallina (from Hanna) followed by
Hanna (unassisted), followed by MacDonald
(from Haseley). The final Knight goal of
the quarter and of the game, came from Mitch
Ritchie (unassisted). The third quarter
ended with the score 13-5 for McQuaid Jesuit.
The Knights were held scoreless in the fourth
quarter, and held the Bulldogs scoreless
after the first minute of the quarter. Within
that time, however, Livonia scored three
goals at 11:51, 11:43, and 11:10. Chad Britton,
who took the face-off’s for Livonia,
won the opening face off and took the ball
all that way to the goal himself for the
first goal. Britton won next the face off
and passed the ball to Dalberth for the
second goal. The third goal was scored by
Brent Simpson (assisted by Scott Mosher).
Scoring for the Bulldogs were Taylor (2g),
Schaible (1g-1a), Sciera (1g), Mosher (1g-1a),
Britton (1g-1a), Dalberth (1g-1a) and Simpson
(1g). Zac Berger made 8 saves for Livonia
Scoring for the Knights were Sturnick (3g–1a),
Farchione (3g), Gallina (2g–1a), Hanna
(2g–1a), D’Angelo (1g), Ritchie
(1g), MacDonald (1g), Cardillo (1a) and
Haseley (1a). Patrick Maguire and Dan Caufield
split time for the Knights. Maguire made
16 saves (6ga) for a 73% game. McQuaid Jesuit now
moves to 5-7.
was the 12-3 winner against Arcadia/Olympia.
Scoring for Brockport were Adam Nauerth
(5g-1a), Justin Klymochko (1a), Andy Willis
(3g), Sean Bittner (2g-2a), Tyler Sutphen
(1a), Jack Flechaus (1g), Tucker English
(1g) and Eric Koop (1a).
Scoring for Greece were Derman (1g,1a),
Hatch, Henry and Calcagno (1a). No
report from Arcadia/Olympia.