| Thursday: Eastridge wins in the Fourth || May 4, 2006 - Eastridge scored three goals
in the fourth to win a 9-7 victory over Spencerport,
while the rest of the games posted scores that
were not as close.
Eastridge won an exciting game
at Spencerport tonight as the Lancers overcame
a 4-2 half time score, tied at the end of three
and scored three goals in the fourth to take the
final score to 9-7.
Scoring for the Lancers were R.J. Pixley (2g),
Alex Austin (2g), Todd Horne (2g), Brendon Moynihan
(1g-1a), Sean Sawyer (1g-1a) and Matt Driffill
who scored the go ahead goal in the last quarter.
Eugene Ferrera had a big day in the goal, recording
22 saves for Eastridge.
Head Coach Jasson Jobson reported, "I've
never had a team play this hard. It was unbelievable."
Spencerport scoring came from Rob Stojanov (3g),
Andy Morgan (1g-1a), Steve Difulvio (1g), Jeff
Konko (1g) and Cameron Sformo (1g).
Scoring for The Reds were Alex Quku (3g), Greg
MacBride (2a), Colin Johnson (2g), Dan Mizro (1g)
and Luke Walton (1g). Anthony Cole recorded 17
saves for Newark (4-7).
had soggy conditions but out shot and athletic
Mynderse team 35-7 on their way to a 14-2 victory.
Scoring for the Panthers were John Manion (1g-5a)
Kyle Boncaro (4g-1a), Greg Bonney (4g-1a), Jimmy
Warner (1g-2a), RJ Gringeri (1g-1a), John Warner(2a),
Sean Bennett (1g), Willy Rago (1g), Mike Guard
(1g) and Sean Braman (1a). Adam Schutz had 5 saves
for Geneva (9-4).
Mynderse saw both goals from Dustin Luckinbillwhile
Tim Sweeting and John Young each assisted on one.
Zac Rescorl had 14 saves and Tony Pallidino who
replaced him in the 4th quarter had a save for
the Blue Devils. No report
started right off with a 6-2 first quarter lead
and a 9-3 lead at the half before winning in a
home game with Newark with a final score of 14-7.
Ten different players made the scorebooks for
Victor including Erick Rogemoser (3g-2a), Andy
Savage (3g-1a), Jason Houtenbrink (2g), Ryan O'Connor
(2g), Frank Valenti (1g-1a), Tom Rogemoser (1g-1a),
Eric Willman (2a), Alex Rogemoser (1g) and Mike
Domizio and Elie Naoum each had (1a). Pat Sullivan
played well defensively scooping up 12 ground
balls and Mitchell Liegerot made 3 saves for the
Blue Devils (9-5). No report
game had a decidedly Irondequoit
flavor with six of the seven coaches between the
two teams having graduated from Irondequoit High
School. The start of the game favored Churchville,
who opened up an early 2-1 lead with the Eagles
scoring the tying goal with two seconds to go
in the first quarter.
Irondequoit woke up in the second quarter scoring
six goals in succession and ended the game with
a winning score of 15-6.
Particularly noteworthy was the offensive play
of Greg Wright, Derek Pino, Andrew Hart and Mickey
Haight. On defense, Ange Dill sparkled, interrupting
Churchville's offensive patterns by intercepting
the ball on a number of occasions. Zach Nash once
again came up big in the goal with 4 saves and
was replaced by Tyler Watkins who added 6 saves
for the Eagles.
Scoring for Irondequoit were Greg Wright 2g-6a),
Andrew Hart (3g-1a), Derek Pino (3g-1a), Mickey
Haight (2g-2a), Kevin Coholan (1g-1a), Todd Laemlein
(1g-1a), Joey Parker (1g), Mike Wallenhoerst (1g)
and Brad Williams (1g).
Scoring for the Saints were Jaime Englert (2g),
Ryan Grogan (2g), Ben Rossignolo (1g-1a), Gino
Marcello (1g) and Mitch Mertel (1a). Brian Briggs
led the defense with 4 ground balls and Evan Williams
recorded 12 saves for Churchville-Chili.
HFL lead at the half 4-3, but
scored 4 goals in the third quarter while holding
the Spartans to one, and repeated in the last
quarter by scoring three while holding Gates to
Defenseman Buster Mulcahey led the ground ball
battle with eight for the Cougars and attackman
Zach Whyte had six while defenseman Mike Howeltt
and long stick middie Connor Burgasser each had
Scoring for HFL were Dan Layfield (4g-1a), Connor
Burgasser (2g-1a), Chris Stanton and Zach Whyte
(1g, 1a) each, Ian Griffin, Kal Dachler and defenseman
Buster Mulcahey (1g) each and Andrew Santiago
Scoring for Gates Chili were Andy Hilton (3g),
Chaz Giehl (1g-2a) who won 12 of 18 face offs
and Tom Elkins (1g). Jason Baetzhold had 14 saves
for the Spartans (4-7).
was the 14-6 winner over host Athena/Odyssey this
afternoon. Hilton was ahead at the half 7-1.
Scoring for Hilton were Tyler Stiles (4g-3a),
Alex Wood (3g), Kyle Haywood (3g), Andy Ellsworth
(2g), Colin Walker (1g-1a), Jeff DeLong (1g),
Jon Graus (4a) while Joe Schlooski, Christian
Barrett and Matt Davidson each added an assist.
Aaron Donahey had 12 saves and Josh Jensen added
1save for the Cadets (3-7).
Scoring for the Thunder were Matt Machucki (1g-2a),
Jared Bennett (2g), Jeremy Fitzgerald (1g-1a),
Mike Conderman (1g), Dave Rodriguez (1g). Dave
Tarana made 11saves and Nick Belluco added 1 save
for Greece (1-9).
set the tone early when Kelly McKenna took the
opening face off and scored 13 seconds into the
game. McKenna then scored Penfield’s second
goal on the way to a 20-4 victory over visiting
Brockport. The Patriots continued to score in
groups as Kevin Green scored the next three goals
and Connor Rice scored the next four consecutive
goals, giving Penfield to a commanding first quarter
Penfield’s face off contingent of Kelly
McKenna (8 for 8), Kevin Roe, Kyle Vanthof and
Connor Rice had an excellent day which helped
keep the ball on the Penfield end and took the
pressure off goalies Brian Dell and Ryan Nicolleta.
Brockport got on the board when senior defenseman
Matt Laney made a defensive play, cleared the
ball from end to end and assisted Justin Klymochko
for the first of Brockport’s two second
quarter goals. Sophomore defensemen Alex Nowak
and Kevin Randall each had an assist for Penfield.
Scoring for Penfield were Rice (4g-2a), Green
(3g-1a), McKenna (2g-1a), Dan Huntington (2g-
1a), Mike Arvan (2g-1a), Dave Malone (1g-2a),
Mark Hill (2g), Mike Cummins (1g-1a) ,Kyle Denhoff
(2a), Ben Foster (1g), Alex Smith (1g), James
Dwyer (1g) Randall (1a) and Nowak (1a). Penfield
moves to 10-1.
Brockport scoring came from Kylmochko, Tyler Sutphen
, Andrew Willis, Brett Allen while Matt Laney
added an assist and Connor Mykins had 12 saves
for Brockport (5-6).
defeated Aquinas 6-1 tonight. Aquinas scored with
9:49 left in the first quarter and were held scoreless
for the remainder of the game. The Aquinas goal,
scored by David Schmandt and assisted by Mark
Pincell came from a fast-break, cross-crease pass.
The first three goals for the Knights came in
the first quarter scoring at 5:32, 3:44, and 3:20
as Marty Farchione (unassisted), Mitch Ritchie
(assisted by Gino D’Angelo) made the scorebook.
Ritchie then assisted on the third goal, with
a feed from behind the net. to Evan Gallina in
The Knights scored one goal in each of the next
three quarters. The goal in the second, scored
at 10:46, was scored by Mark Hanna assisted by
Ritchie. The goal in the third quarter, at 7:03,
was by Ritchie again, this time assisted by Gallina.
The McQuaid Jesuit goal in the fourth quarter, at 7:40,
was by Gallina scoring this time from a pass by
midfielder Sean Conroy.
Making the scorebook for the Irish were Schmandt
(1g) and Pincelli (1a). Alan Antinarelli played
for most of the game and accumulated 9 saves for
a 60% day for Aquinas (6-6).
Scoring for the McQuaid Jesuit were Ritchie (2g-2a),
Gallina (2g-1a), Farchione (1g), Hanna (1g), D’Angelo
(1a), and Conroy (1a). Pat Maguire played the
entire game in the goal and accumulated 10 saves
for a 91% day for McQuaid Jesuit (7-7). No
report from Aquinas.
was a 17-2 winner over visiting Midlakes tonight.
Scoring for Canandaigua were Zack Scheetz (2g),
Jeremy Brown (3g), Connor Henderson (1g-2a), AJ
Groot (1g), Charlie Sauter (1a), James Regan (1g-2a),
Nick Munn (2g), Tyler Wakefield (1g-1a), Alan
Zulick (1g), Drew Tschetter (1g), Brian Scheetz
(1g-7a) and Marshall Johnson (3g). Dan Serafine
had (1s/0ga), Scott Bement (2s), Kyle Carson (1s/2ga).
Nate Stevens and Josh Sauve each scored one goal
and Jon Briggs added 1 assist. Jared Schoonerman
had for 4 saves for the Eagles (4-8). No
report from Midlakes.