| Tuesday: Fairport over Schroeder || May 9, 2006 - Unlike the first game, this time Fairport took control early in the game, ending the first quarter with a 6-2 lead and ending
the game at 13-7.
was "Teacher Appreciation Day" at Fairport
as each Varsity player honored a favorite teacher
in the pre-game ceremony in which each teacher
worn the jersey of the player that selected him
or her. The game followed with Fairport the 13-7
In a high pressure game between two of the best
Class A teams, and with the added pressure of
having previously played this season, Fairport
and Schroeder were expecting a close game under
beautiful conditions at Fairport.
Fairport scored six goals in the first quarter,
starting with one by Peter Burkhardtt (unassisted)
at 10:22. After the next face off, Grant Catalino
scored the first of his four goals on a pass from
Andy Winslow. The Red Raiders came back with five
goals in a row starting at 9:36 when Dan Scarazzo
scored on a feed from Pat Reilly. A couple of
minutes later, Ryan Lowe scores the first of his
three when he ran full field on a clearing pattern
and took it straight to then goal, faking a pass
and then firing one past Schroeder's senior goalie
Craig Nairn scored next (unassisted) at 5:35.
Mike Danylyshyn (who scored four goals in the
game) broke up a Schroeder clearing pass sending
the ball to the ground where Scarazzo scooped
it up and sent the ball back to Danylyshyn who
was left with a 1-on-1 against Costanza. Reilly
scored the last Fairport goal of the quarter on
an assist from Burkhardtt at 0:47. Schroeder ended
the quarter with a goal by Steve Sullivan (assisted
by Catalino) with ten second left in the quarter,
and the Raiders up 6-2.
Schroeder stepped up in the second quarter as
the Warrior defense held the Raiders scoreless
while adding one for their side. Jay Willmes took
the ball inside and after two fabulous dodges,
put the ball past Geoff Mayor to take the score
to 6-3 for Fairport.
The third quarter looked more like the first quarter
as Fairport scored six more goals, while holding
the Warriors to a single goal, scored by Catalino
(assisted by Willmes) at 9:57. Fairport's goals
came from Scarazzo with an assist from Jeff Sanna
at 11:12, Burkhardtt from Ryan Lowe at 7:04 and
Danylyshyn from Sanna at 4:43. The last three
Raider goals were scored in the last two minutes
of the quarter, with Danylyshyn scoring the first
two (unassisted) and Lowe scoring the last (unassisted)
on a drive from out front with 0:08 left.
Lowe started the scoring in the last quarter with
an unassisted goal at 8:41 and then Schroeder
scored that last three goals of the game. Catalino
scored the first at 7:05 with an assist from Eric
Chavoustie. Chris Ferry scored in man up on a
feed from Willmes and Catalino ended the game
with an assist from Evan Van Epps with 0:02 left
in the game.
Saints won their game tonight against visiting
Athena/Odyssey with a score of 16-4. Scoring for
Churchville-Chili were Jaime
Englert (1g-1a), Doug Hermink (2g), Ryan Grogan
(1g-7a), David Terrell (1g), Brennan Dooling (2g),
Gino Marcello (6g), Ben Rossignolo (2g-2a), Cory
Mee (1a) and Zach Swan (1a). Evan Williams recorded
4 saves for the Saints (6-4).
First year player Nick Ryan scored his first lacrosse
goal and added an assist for the Thunder along
with Mike Conderman (2g) and Matt Machucki (1g-2a).
Dave Tarana made 3 saves and Nick Bellucco added
3 saves for the Thunder.
Chili beat Brockport 10-7 after taking
a 5-2 first quarter lead and led 8-4 at the half.
Scoring for the Spartans were Andy Hilton (3g-1a),
Chaz Giehl (2g-1a) who also won 12 of 18 face
offs, Tom Sudek (2g-1a), Tom Elkins (2g-1g), Kyle
Beikirch (1g), Pat Lynah (1a) while Jim Drabin,
Alec Bazer and Jake Johnson each added an assist.
Jason Baetzhold made 8 saves for Gates Chili (5-7).
No Report from Brockport
defeated Bath tonight 13-4. The Knights scored
the first seven goals spanning the first quarter
and half of the second. The first goals were scored
by Evan Gallina (from Marty Farchione), Mitch
Ritchie (unassisted), Nick Cardillo (from Haseley),
Marty Farchione (unassisted), Andrew Foster (from
In the second quarter McQuaid Jesuit saw goals from Gallina
(assisted by MacDonald), and Sturnick (unassisted).
Bath came back with a feed from Mike Joint to
his brother Steve Joint with 5:45 left in the
half. The Knights returned with two more goals
before the half time break. The first was by Cardillo
(unassisted) then by Sturnick (from MacDonald).
The Rams made the scorebook again with 2:33 left
and a goal from Kevin Derosier with the assist
from Josh Butler. The half ended with the score
9-2 in favor of the Knights.
The Knights scored the first three goals of the
third quarter. The first goal was scored in man-up
by MacDonald (from Farchione). The second was
a crease feed from Farchione to Nick Caton. Third
third was also be a crease feed, this goal with
the assist from Sturnick and the goal from Tommy
Carpenter. With 0:46 left in the third the Rams
scored their third goal of the game when John
Pruyn scored (unassisted).
The fourth quarter started Farchione scoring with
an assist from Sean Conroy. The last goal of the
game came from Pruyn of the Rams with 1:41 left
in the game.
Scoring for the Knights were Gallina (2g), Foster
(1g), Cardillo (2g), Caton (1g), Carpenter (1g),
Ritchie (1g-1a), Farchione (2g-3a), Sturnick (2g-1a),
MacDonald (1g- 2a), Haseley (1a), and Conroy (1a).
Patrick Maguire and Dan Caufield split time for
the Knights. Caufield made 5 saves for a 55% game.
The Knights improve to 8-7.
Scoring for the Rams were Pruyn (2g), Derosier
(1g), Steve Joint (1g), Mike Joint (1a), Butler
(1a). Jeremiah Wilder played in the goal the entire
game and made 10 saves.
different players scored for Spencerport
who was the 20-1 winner against host Arcadia/Olympia.
Ken Bell scored his first varsity goal. Others
scoring for Spencerport were Rob Stojanov (3g-3a),
Andy Morgan (3g), Pat Decker (2g-1a), Steve Difulvio
(1g-1a), Tyler Hiintz (1g-2a), Jeff Konko (3g),
Kyle Breach (4g), Cameron Sformo (1g-2a), and
Dave Pels (1g-1a). Ryan Konko and Tim Heacock
split the time in the goal.
Brian Cassidy scored for Arcadia/Olympia. No
report from Arcadia/Olympia.
was the 13-6 winner over Newark this afternoon
at Newark. The Indians took the first quarter
6-0 and led at the half 8-1. Scoring for Waterloo
were Josh Mateo (3g-4a), Nelson Boyd (1g-1a),
Winston Boyd (3g-1a), Mike Ruiz (4g), Stephen
Kuti (1g), Andy Wadhams (1g) and Bill Jolly (1a).
Andy Reagel had 12 saves in the first three quarters
and Mark Nearpass had 2 saves in the last quarter
for Waterloo (8-5).
Scoring for the Reds were Nate Johnson (1g), Alex
Quku (1g-1a), Eric Stivers (1g-1a) while Adam
Golding, Jon Shanley and Robert Camblin each scored
one goal. Anthony Cole had 13 saves for Newark
a 3-1 first quarter and 5-2 half, Canandaigua
scored 7 goals in the second half to defeat Victor
12-4 in Finger Lakes division 1 play tonight.
Although the Blue Devils won in the first outing,
the Braves led in shots (42-21) and ground balls
(43-31) and Canandaigua won the face off race
(15 of 20) behind the efforts of Kevin Peck who
won 8 of 10.
Scoring for Canandaigua were Jeremy Brown (2a),
Connor Henderson (6g), AJ Groot (1g-2a), Chris
McWilliams (1g), Charlie Sauter (1g), James Regan
(1a), Nick Munn (1g), Brian Scheetz (2a) and Marshall
Johnson (2g). Dan Serafine recorded 12s-3ga),
Scott Bement (2s/0ga) and Kyle Carson (1ga).
Scoring for Victor were (M) Jason Houtenbrink
(2g), Erick Rogemoser (1g), Alex Rogemoser (1g)
and Eric Willman (1a).
jumped out to a 2-0 lead with goals by Kelly McKenna
(unassisted) and Connor Rice (assisted by Ben
Foster). Irondequoit tied it up in man up with
goals by Mickey Haight and Joe Parker, both assisted
by Derek Pino.
Penfield scored the next four goals. Mike Cummins
received a feed from Dave Malone for the first
goal. McKenna scored the second (unassisted) while
Mike Arvan scored the last two (unassisted). Irondequoit
saw an unassisted goal by Todd Laemlein before
Penfield's Malone scored on a feed from McKenna
to end the half with the Patriots up 7-2.
Penfield scored three times to open the second
half as McKenna scored on a feed from from Arvan,
Arvan scored alone and McKenna scored (unassisted).
Laemlein scored again for the Eagles on an assist
from Andrew Hart to bring the score to10-4 entering
the last quarter.
Kevin Green scored first with a pass from Arvan
to extended the Patriots lead to 11
to 4 before Irondequoit's Parker finished the
scoring with back to back goals, the last one
assisted by Nick Kane.
In goal, Penfield's Brian Dell had 5 saves and
Irondequoit's Zach Nash had 14. McKenna won 10
out of 13 face offs and Cummins 3 out of 6. Alex
Nowak(7 ground balls), Kevin Randall, and Joe
Clay led a strong defensive effort for the Patriots
(11-1). No report from
won 16-5 over Eastridge. Leading scorers for Hilton
were Jeff DeLong (2g-2a), Kyle Hayward (3g) and
Andy Ellsworth (2g). Aaron Donahey made 10 saves
for the Cadets (5-7).
Eastridge's top scorers was Alex Austin with (2g).
Eugene Ferrera made 10 saves for the Lancers.
No report from Eastridge tonight
was Penn Yan 6-3 over host Geneva
this afternoon an a game that was dominated by
defense. After a 3-0 first quarter for the Mustangs,
they added a couple more for a 5-1 half time lead.
Geneva added two goals in the second half, but
Mike Manley finished the game with another long
stick goal for Penn Yan. RJ Wickham (16 saves)
had another great deay in the goal and was helped
by Tristan Keas and the rest of the Penn Yan defense.
Andy Torruella, Tyler Travis and Josh Bloom played
well well for the Panthers.
Scoring for the Mustangs were Dan McGuffie (3g),
Matt Osgood (2g), Ben Odell (2a), Dan Mesler (1a)
and Mike Manley (1g).
start of the game was delayed while waiting for
the track meet to finish, but it was Webster Thomas
with a 14-5 win over host Brighton on Tuesday.
The Titans scored the first three goals of the
game starting with Dan Hinderland who scored an
unassisted goal. Kevin Kemp scored (assisted by
Max Gurowski) followed by a goal from Dom Scalzo
assisted by Gurowski.
Brighton scored their first goal when Robbie Asselin
found Collin Davis up top. Kyle Lavallee then
scored (unassisted) for Thomas and Brandon Rothfuss
scored with an assist from Scalzo. Collin Davis
added an unassisted goal for Brighton and then
Hinderland scored on a feed from Gurowski to end
the quarter with the Titans up 6-2.
The second quarter was similar with Kemp scoring
on an assist from Scalzo, a goal from Rothfuss
(assisted by Gurowski) in man up, DetWiller (unassisted)
and then Scalzo with an assist from Hinderland.
Brighton's Colin Hickey scored the next goal with
a dodge from behind the cage. The next Thomas
goal was from Kyle Lavallee assisted by Hinderlind.
At the end of half Thomas was up 11-3.
Gurowski found Peter Hart for Thomas to start
the third quarter. Collin Hickey scored an unassisted
goal for Brighton Remington Fox came back with
goal for Thomas as he cleared the ball and took
it right to the cage. The last goal of the game
came from Rothfuss who received a pass from Gurowski
to finish the scoring off for the Titans.
Playing on defense for the Titans were Bryan Clifford,
Jake Ziegler, and James Frommert along with long
stick middies AJ Glagolev and Taylor Smith. Remington
Fox, Peter Hart and Jordan Tracey all played good
defense at the midfield for the Titans.
Scoring for Thomas were Hinderland (2g-2a), Kemp
(2g), Gurowski (1g-5a), Scalzo (1g-3a), Lavallee
(2g), Rothfuss (3g), DetWiller (1g), (1g) and Fox
(1g). Steven Hondorf had 6 saves for Thomas. No
report from Brighton.
took two overtime periods, but Mynderse
was the 7-6 winner over Pal-Mac tonight at Seneca
It was the second overtime game in two days but
this time Pal-Mac was on the losing end. Mynderse
scored early on a couple of fast breaks and unsettled
situations, and Pal-Mac was down 5-2 at the half.
The Raiders never gave up and scored three goals
in third quarter and another one a in the fourth,
while limiting Mynderse to 1 goal in the second
The tying goal came with 4:32 left in the game
and was scored by Cody Clement with an assist
from Derrick Piccola. Although Pal-Mac had opportunities
in overtime their shots couldn't find the back
of the net. Kevin McCully netted the game winner
for Mynderse with 1:12 left in the second overtime
period. Both teams played an outstanding game.
"To bad somebody had to come out on the losing
end of it." said Coach Falso.
Dave Merrit did a great job facing-off, and leading
the offense with three goals. The Raider defensive
unit, (Ryan Bills, Eddie Anderson, Andy hems,
and Mike Converse) did a fine job in the second
half, as did Jon Reeves in the goal who had some
great saves late in the game for Pal-Mac.
Scoring for Mynderse were Jon Young (1a), Anthony
Clark (3g), Sean MCGrimley (2g), Kevin MCully
(1g-1a), Craig Smith (1a) and Chris DaMato (1g).
Zac Rescort made 14 saves for the Blue Devils.
Scoring for Pal-Mac were Cody Clement (3g), Dave
Merritt (3g) and Derrick Piccola (2a). Jon Reeves
had 12 saves for the Raiders. No
report from Mynderse tonight.