| Saturday: Brighton over Geneva || May 6, 2006 - After a 4-4 tie at the start
of the the fourth quarter, Brighton scored two
goals. Geneva brought the scored to within one
with less than a minute, but the Barons held on.
won their second game in a row with a 14-4 scored
over host Arcadia/Olympia. Matt
Driffill and Brandon Moynihan scored three goals
each and Sean Sawyer added 2g-1a while Shane Driffill
scored one goal. Eugene Ferrera recorded five
saves for the Lancers.
Scoring for the Lightning were Kevin Martin (1g),
Tyler Beldock (2a) and Brian Cassidy (1g).
No report from Acadia/Olympia.
scored six goals in the first quarter, but needed
four goals in the last quarter to beat visiting
Webster Thomas 10-6 on a night that featured a
recognition of retired, long time Head Coach John
Wasting no time, the Braves scored from the initial
faceoff as Austin Rogers scored on a drive from
the top of the box at 11:31. Less than 30 seconds
later, A.J. Groot scored on a drive from front
right. Thomas then scored on their first position
on an outside shot by Kevin Kemp at 10:06. Less
than one minute later Charlie Sauter scored for
CA on a drive from out front. Sophomore attackman
Connor Henerson scored at 6:49 on a pass from
sophomore middie Andrew Knoblauch to give the
Braves a 4-1 lead. The Titans came right back
(at 5:58) when Dan Hinderland scored on a feed
from Dom Scalzo. The Braves scored the last two
goals of the quarter, the first at 4:42 by Jeremy
Brown and the seconds scored by Knoblauch with
0:01 left. Canandaigua lead after 12:00 with a
score of 6-2.
After seeing virtually no defense in the first
quarter, both goalies and their close defensemen
settled down, and the Titans were able to keep
Canandaigua scoreless over the next two quarters,
Scalzo scored again for the Titans with 3:52 left
in the half in a man up play that came from a
feed by Max Gurowski. Kurt DetWiller scored with
an assist from Brendon Rothfuss at 2:55 and the
half ended with Canandaigua up 6-4.
It was John Johnson Day today in Canandaigua,
as their lacrosse fans honored the twenty-six
year lacrosse coaching career of John Johnson,
who after retiring this year, became the Head
Coach at St. John Fisher College. Standing with
his family, Coach Johnson listened as Randy Groot,
President of the Lacrosse Boosters read a letter
of thanks from a former player. The Coach was
then presented a framed collage commemorating
his tenure as Canandaigua Head Lacrosse Coach.
The game continued under clear but cold and windy
conditions with Scalzo scoring the only goal of
the third quarter when, at 11:03, he picked up
a ground ball near the crease and popped it into
the net taking the Titans within one at 6-5.
Canandaigua came right out after the quarter break
with two goals by Hennerson, both assisted by
Knoblauch. Brown scored in man up on a feed from
Groot at 5:57 to give Canandaigua a four goal
lead, which was cut to three when Scalzo performed
an inside roll dodge and scored the last goal
of the game for the Titans at 4:42. Groot scored
the last goal of the game for the Braves at 3:14
after driving from behind the cage.
a game that was close throughout, Hilton
was the 6-4 winner over visiting Brockport this
afternoon. Scoring for the Cadets were Tyler Styles
(2g-2a), Kyle Haywood (2g), John Graus (1g-1a)
and Alex Wood (1g).
Scoring for Brockport were Justin Klymochko, Adam
Nauerth, Andy Willis and Brett Allen each scored
one goal. Connor Mykins made 9 saves for the Blue
Devils. No report from
Yan beat visiting Ithaca (Section Four)
10-4 at Penn Yan this afternoon. Scoring for the
Mustangs were Dan Mesler (5g-1a), Dan McGuffie
(3a), Steven Carlson (4a), Ben Odell (3g), while
Matt Osgood and John Linnan each added one goal.
RJ Wickham made 9 saves and Adam Galusha made
1 save for the Mustangs (13-1). Ithaca, who lost
to Corning East on Thursday, drops to 6-8.
a 4-4 tie at the start of the the fourth quarter,
Brighton scored two goals and
held Geneva to one to win 6-5 at Brighton.
The Barons led 3-1 at the end of the first quarter
and there was no scoring in the second. At the
end of the third quarter the score was tied at
four. Kyle Warren came out and scored 0:33 seconds
into the last quarter for Brighton. The next ten
minutes were scoreless until Ryan Conti found
the back of the net (assisted by Colin Davis)
with 1:53 remaining in the game to put Brighton
up 6 - 4. RJ Gringeri scored for Geneva at 0:38
seconds remaining to pull within one.
Noah Berg recorded 23 saves for Brighton. Colin
Davis finished the game with 2g-1a, Robbie Asselin
added (1g-1a) and Tim Williams, Colin Hickey,
and Ryan Conti each added a goal for the Barons
Scoring for Geneva were Kyle Boncaro (3g), Greg
Bonney (1g), RJ Gringeri (1g) and John Manion
(1a). No report from Geneva.
Wilder broke the Bath-Haverling school record
for most saves in a game as he recorded 31 saves
(81.5%) in a game that was won by Aquinas
with a scored of 7-1.
The teams seemed to be evenly matched in the first
half, with Aquinas scoring one goal in the first
quarter (Nick Berkumpas from Pat King) and two
in the second half (Marc Brondon from Mark Pincelli
in man up and Nick Berkompas from Pincelli) while
the Rams were held scoreless.
The second half started fast for AQ with King
scoring on a pass from Nick Vincent as Aquinas
took a 4 to 0 lead. Pincelli then added an unassisted
goal but the Bath Rams put one on the board with
a goal from David Harris assisted by Mac Durham.
David Scmandt finished the scoring in the third
quarter with a goal, assisted by King in man up.
At the end of the quarter Aquinas was in the lead
6-1. Sophomore attackman Neil Foley finished the
scoring by putting in a rebound for AQ to make
the final score 7 to 1.
The Aquinas defense played very well with excellent
performances by defenders Carroll Kennedy, Joe
Edd, and Charlie Oster and Middies Chris Gionta
and Marc Brondon. Alan Antinareli made 6 saves
for the Irish who held Bath to only 11 shots on
goal and scoreless until late in the third quarter.
Scoring for Aquinas were Berkumpas (2g), Brondon
(1g-1a), King (1g-2a), Pincelli (1g-2a), Scmandt
(1g), Vincent (1a) and Foley (1g).
Scoring for the Rams was Dave Harris who was assisted
by McKenzie Durham. No
report from Aquinas.
was a full day of lacrosse in Pittsford, as its
Community Lacrosse Association spent the day celebrating
lacrosse. After opening the concession stands
at 9:00 am, there were various games for Girl's
and boys's teams from Grades 1-6 throughout the
morning. The chicken BBQ and silent auction were
designed to raise money for the Association. At
1:00 the Boys JV team played against R-H. At 2:00
the Girls Varsity played against Penfield and
at 5:00 the Boys Varsity played against Rush-Henrietta.
was the 15-9 winner in a penalty filled game at
Pittsford Mendon High School.
The Royal Comets were on the scoreboard
first when senior middie Tony Henriquez scored
with an assist from Brian Hantzis at 11:36. Pittsford
responded at 9:52 when Chris Kist scored an unassisted
goal to tie the game at one. Pittsford scored
again at 7:57 to increase their lead to 2-1 when
Doug Milano-Johnson scored on a pass from Jamie
Moran. RH finished the scoring in the 1st quarter
when Justin Rose scored (unassisted) at 1:09 to
tie the game at 2-2 at the end of the first quarter.
Henriquez started the second quarter, scoring
at 10:39 with the assist from Hantzis. RH scored
at the 8:50 mark with an unassisted goal by Matt
Moran which increased their lead to two. The Royal
Comets scored the next six goals in the quarter
to take a 10-2 halftime lead. Many of the goals
were scored on man-up situations while Pittsford
accumulated 12 penalties during the 2nd quarter.
Scoring for RH in were Hantzis, Henriquez with
two goals while Justin Rose added one and Matt
Moran scored the last two of the half, the last
coming at 0:02.
The Royal Comets picked up where they left off
in the first half starting as Hantzis who added
his second of the game at 10:45 (assisted by Moran).
Henriquez added his fifth of the game at 10:14.
Pittsford scored just seven seconds later when
Milano-Johnson added his second goal of the game
with an assist going to Cam Edmiston. Tim Barth
scored for RH at 1:31 in an extra-man situation
with the assist from Rose.
Pittsford scored their second goal of the quarter
at 0:49 when JJ Postel hit the back of the nets
(unassisted). Junior goalie Matt McShea made 10
saves in the quarter for the Royal Comets and
finished with 18 in the game. RH was up 13-4 lead
heading into the 4th quarter.
Pittsford outscored RH 5-2 in the fourth quarter
to make the final score, RH 15, Pittsford 9.
Scoring for Rush-Henrietta were Henriquez (5g-1
a ), Rose (4g-2a ), Matt Moran (3g-2a), Hantzis
(2g-2a) and Tim Barth (1g). Matt McShea made 18
saves in just over three quarters while allowing
5 goals. RH improves to 8-4.
Scoring for Pittsford were Chris Kist and Doug
Milano-Johnson (2g each), Jamie Moran (1g-1a)
while JJ Postel, Connor McDermott and Jamie Leone
each scored one goal for the Panthers (3-9).
Head Coach Mike Gottko credited his man up offense,
"We were able to gain momentum in the 2nd
quarter with our man-up unit as we capitalized
on their penalties. Matt McShea made great saves(10
total) during the 3rd quarter to stop any runs
that Pittsford made to get back in the game. He
really stepped up his play in this game."