| Thursday: Penfield and Penn Yan Win || May 11, 2006 - There were a number of big games played under wet conditions on Thursday. Penfield avenged an earlier loss to Fairport in
a Monroe County game and Penn Yan used two over
time periods to beat Canandaigua in Finger Lakes
play. Schroeder was a one goal winner against
Rush Henrietta and HFL won a big Class B win against
a game that comes down to simple issues, face
offs may have been a key factor in a win for Penfield
who beat host Fairport 11-8 on Thursday. Senior
middie, Kelly McKenna won 12 of 19 face offs for
the Patriots in a game that saw Penfield take
a 2-1 first quarter lead and then extend that
lead to 9-2 at the half. Fairport gained some
momentum in the last 0:30 of the third quarter,
scoring two goals before ending the quarter down
11-6. The Raiders then scored two more in the
fourth quarter while holding the Patriots scoreless.
Scoring for Penfield were Mike Arvan (3g), Kelly
McKenna (2g-1a), Connor Rice (2g-1a), Ben Foster
(2g) while Dave Malone and Mike Cummins each added
1g-1a. Brian Dell recorded 16 saves for the Patriots
Mike Danylyshyn scored 3g-2a for Fairport. Geoff
Mayor made 8 saves for the Red Raiders (10-3).
No report from Fairport.
Yan and Canandaigua have a long tradition
of close games, and although this year it would
seem that Penn Yan would be the expected winner
against a young Canandaigua team, the Braves played
up, and forced the Mustangs to play in overtime
before junior defensive midfielder Mike Manley
won the face off and scored the game winner at
the start of the second overtime.
Although Penn Yan held a one goal lead at the
end of the first quarter and again at the half,
the Braves took an 8-6 lead in the fourth quarter.
Dan McGuffie scored an unassisted goal on a drive
from out front and then Dan Mesler repeated the
play at 4:05 to tie the score at eight. Junior
midfielder Charlie Sauter scored the go-ahead
goal for CA at 2:21, but the Mustangs returned
on the following face off with a goal by Steven
Carlson sending the game into overtime.
Scoring for Penn Yan were Dan McGuffie (2g), Dan
Mesler (3g), Steven Carlson (3g-1a) and Dan Wolfe
and Michael Manley who scored one goal each. RJ
Wickham made 13 saves for Penn Yan (15-1) who
clinch the Finger Lakes 1 title with the win.
Scoring for Canandaigua were Brian Scheetz (2g-4a),
Connor Henderson (4g), Jeremy Brown (1g-1a), AJ
Groot (1g), Charlie Sauter (1g) while Nick Munn,
Ben Knapton and Chris McWilliams each added 1
assist. Dan Serafine recorded 9 saves for the
Chili was the 15-3 winner over host Athena/Odyssey.
Scoring for the Spartans were Andy Hilton (2g-2a),
Chaz Giehl (2g) who won 13 of 19 Face offs, Tom
Sudek (1g-2a), Tom Elkins (3g-1g), Jim Drabin
(2g), Brad Weber (2g) and Mike Vo, Pat Sposato
and Kevin Bailey who each score 1g while Andy
McEntee and Pat Lynah each added an assist. Dave
Bellavia made 8 saves for Gates Chili (6-7).
Scoring for the Thunder were Matt Machucki (1g-2a)
and Jared Bennett (2g).
a game that could have an impact at sectional
time, Honeoye Falls-Lima defeated
Class B rival Brighton 14-9 under rain soaked
conditions at Brighton. The game was a rematch
of the a game played on April 11th which was an
8-7 over time victory for the Barons.
Brighton led 3-2 at the end of the first quarter
but the Cougars took over the lead with a 6-4
score at halftime. In the third quarter the Cougar
defense led by Buster Mulcahey, Mike Howlett,
Brian Zavitz played an aggressive and physical
game and with the help of defensive middies Connor
Burgasser, Kevin McNamara, and Vic Cheribum held
the Barons to a single goal while scoring four
of their own.
Cougar attack led by Cade Norris, Ian Griffin
and Zach Whyte and middies led by Andrew Santiago,
Kal Dachler, tyler Burgasser, and Chris Stanton
controlled the ball and produced the goals.
In the last quarter each team scored four goals.
Scoring for HFL were Dan Layfield (6g-1a), Connor
Burgasser (4g-1a), Cade Norris (2g-1a) and Ian
Griffin and Andrew Santiago who each scored one
goal. HFL's ground ball leaders were Buster Mulcahey
(8), Connor Burgasser (6), and Mike Howlett (5).
HFL improves to 8-5.
Scoring for Brighton were Robbie Asselin (2g-2a),
Colin Davis (3g-1a), Ryan Conti (2g-1 a), and
Josh Uline and Colin Hickey who each had one goal
for the Barons (9-5).
taking a 6-1 first quarter lead, Geneva
finished with a 12-4 win over Victor in Finger
Lakes 1 league action today.
“We jumped on them,” Geneva coach
L.J. Russell told The Finger Lakes Times.
“We played pretty well coming off a couple
losses. It’s nice to beat a team we might
see in sectionals.” The Panthers led at
the half 8-1 and 9-2 after three quarters.
Scoring for Geneva were John Manion (2g-1a),
Kyle Boncaro (1g-1a), Greg Bonney (2g-1a), John
Warner (2g-1a), Jim Warner (1g-1a), Sean Bennett
(2g), Eric Peterson (1g), Sean Bramen (1g) and
RJ Gringeri (1a). Matt Schutz made 10 saves for
Scoring for Victor were Frank Valenti (1g), Andy
Savage (1g), Jason Houtenbrink (1g), Ryan O'Connor
(1g) while Alex Rogemoser, Chris Mayer and Tom
Rogemoser each added an assist. Mitchell Liegerot
recorded 17 saves for the Blue Devils (9-7).
was Spencerport the 11-4 winner
over host Brockport as the Rangers took a 3-2
first quarter lead to 7-2 at the half.
Scoring for Spencerport was Tyler Hintz (3g-2a),
Jeff Konko (3g-1a), Rob Stojanov (1g-3a), Andy
Morgan (1g-1a), Pat Decker (1g), Steve Difulvio
(1g) and Kyle Breach (1g-1a). Kyle Campion won
8 of 11 face offs. Ryan Konko had 12 saves for
Spencerport (8-5) who remain unbeaten in Monroe
County Division 3 play.
Scoring for Brockport was Adam Nearth (1g), Andy
Willis (2g), and Brett Allen (1g). No
report from Brockport.
breaking a halftime tie, Webster Schroeder
went on to win an 8-7 win over host Rush-Henrietta
on Thursday afternoon.
the scoring at 10:31 of the first quarter when
middie Jay Willmes scored his first of two goals
with the assist from Andy Winslow. Webster struck
again at 7:05 to increase their lead to 2-0 when
Winslow scored assisted by Austin Orsini as the
Warriors ended the first quarter with a 2-0 lead.
Schroeder continued their scoring into the second
at 11:32 when Nick Mooney scored with the assist
from Chris Ferry which was then last score for
Webster in the half. RH got on the scoreboard
at 5:28 when Tony Henriquez scored with an assist
from Matt Moran. RH put together the last two
goals before half. The first came from and unassisted
goal by Henriquez again at 3:21and then Justin
Rose added his first of three in the game at 2:38
(assisted by Moran). The game was tied at three
at the half.
The royal Comets took their first lead of the
game at 9:42 in the third quarter when Brian Hantzis
scored (unassisted) to give RH a 4-3 lead. Schroeder
quickly responded when, at 8:33, Winslow scored
assisted by Eric Chouvostie to tie the game at
four. The Warriors finished the scoring in the
third when Willmes scored (unassisted) at 2:22
to give Webster the 5-4 lead after three quarters.
After some clearing turnovers by both teams at
the start the fourth, Webster increased their
lead to 6-4 as Mike Tota scored at 8:40 with an
assist from Grant Catalino. The Warriors were
able to get some breathing room at 4:32 when Catalino
scored (unassisted). Catalino scored again at
3:00 when he intercepted an errant clearing pass
and scored on an open goal to make the score 8-4.
RH, responded at 2:53 when Rose scored on a feed
from Matt Moran. The Royal Comets scored again
at 0:59 when Henriquez. RH won the ensuing face-off
and Rose netted his third (unassisted) to make
the score 8-7 with 0:41 seconds remaining. RH,
again won the faceoff, and maintained possession
until a timeout was called by the Royal Comets
with 0:31 seconds to play in the game. Coming
out of the timeout, RH was able to maintain possession
and Justin Rose took the final dodge where he
was unable to get off a clean shot near the Webster
goal. Webster goalie Dennis Costanza scooped up
the ball and held on, running out the clock with
less than four seconds to play.
RH senior defenseman Brian Tobey was credited
with holding the high-scoring Grant Catalino to
Coach Gottko was pleased with the RH performance;
"We are proud our kids for playing until
the end. The game was never out of reach for either
team with each team battling every possession.
We were able to make that last comeback with under
three minutes to play with a chance to tie it
at the end."
Scoring for Schroeder were Jay Wilmes (2g), Andy
Winslow (2g-1a ), Grant Catalino, (2g),
Nick Mooney (1g ), Mike Tota (1g ), Austin Orsini
(1a ), Chris Ferry (2a ) and Eric Chavoustie (2a).
Dennis Costanza made 8 saves for Schroeder (9-3).
Scoring for Rush-Henrietta were
Tony Henriquez (3g), Justin Rose (3g), Brian Hantzis
(1g) and Matt Moran (3a). Matt McShea made 9 saves
for the Rotay Comets (7-6).
took a commanding 8-0 halftime lead on their way
to the 13-3 win over visiting Midlakes. Senior
midfielder Bill Jolly, who lead the the Indians
with 5g-3a, helped to give the Waterloo their
third straight Finger Lakes-2 title.
Scoring for Waterloo were Jolly (5g-3a), Nelson
Boyd (3g), Stephen Kuti (2a), Josh Mateo (2g),
Winston Boyd (1g-1a) and Mike Ruiz (1g). Andy
Riegel had 14 saves to start the game and Mark
Nearpass had 3 saves after entering in the 4th
quarter for Waterloo (9-5).
Scoring for Midlakes were Clay Hemminger,
Nick Narland and John Briggs who each scored a
goal and Glen Stevenson who assisted on one. Jared
Schoonerman had 9 saves for Midlakes (4-10). No
report from Midlakes.
was Eastridge who won a 13-7
victory over Pal-Mac on Thursday afternoon Palmyra
after scoring six goals in the last quarter. Eastridge
was ahead 3-2 at the end of the first quarter,
but Pal-Mac came back to lead at the half 5-4. Eastridge scored 3 more in the third to
lead after three 7-6 and then scored six goals
while holding P-M to one in the fourth.
"I have to give a lot of credit to their
man-down defense," said Pal-Mac Head Coach
Enzo Falso, "They killed off 11 penalties
while only allowing 2".
Scoring for the Lancers were Brandon Moniyan (4g),
Alex Austin (1g-1a), Sean Sawyer (2g-1a), RJ Pixley
(2g), Kevin Mahler (2g-1a) and Matt Drifill (2g-1a).
Eugene Ferrera made 7 saves for Eastridge.
Scoring for Pal-Mac were were Dave Merritt (2g),
Cody Clement (1g), Mike Christ (4a) and Jeremy
Norsen, Dan Evans and Derrick Piccola who each
added one goal. Jon Reeves (8s) and Will Mallia
(2s) split time in the goal for the Raiders. No
report from Eastridge.
was ahead 4-1 after the first quarter and led
7-3 halftime on their way to a 13-7 victory
over visiting Pittsford on Thursday.
Scoring for the Eagles were Kevin Coholan (3g-1a),
Joe Parker (3g) while Nick Kane, Mickey Haight
and Todd Laemlein each added 2 goals and Andrew
Hart scored 1g while Derek Pino and Greg Wright
each added one assist.
Doug Milano-Johnson and Jamie Moran each scored
two goals and Burt Schoff and Chris Kist added
one goal each for Pittsford.
Newark held a 3-0 lead after the first quarter,
Mynderse came back to be on top
4-3 at the half and scored nine of the last ten
goals in the game for the 9-4 win.
“We had a rough first quarter, but
we did a good job of controlling the ball in the
second quarter and in the second half,”
Blue Devils coach Joe Caraher told The Finger
Scoring for Mynderse were Sean McGrimley (2g-1a),
Josh Kurdziolek (2g), Anthony Clark (2g), Jon
Young (1g-2a), Craig Smith (1g), Dustin Luckinbill
(1g) and Kevin McCully and
Charlie Tribble who each added one assist. Zac
Rescorl made 6 saves for the Blue Devils.
Scoring for Newark were Nate Johnson (2g), Colin
Johnson (2g-1a) and Greg McBride (2a). Anthony
Cole made 12 saves for Newark. No
report from Newark.
only their second home game of the year, Thomas
was the 14-1 winner over Hilton. The Titans scored
all eight goals in the first quarter and lead
at the half 10-1.
Scoring their first points of the season were
freshmen Nick Scalzo who finished with three goals
and junior Spencer Marsh who finished with an
assist. Also scoring for Thomas were Max Gurowski
(2a), Kurt DetWiller (2g), Kevin Kemp (1g-4a),
Dan Hinderland (2g-1a), Dom Scalzo (4g-3a), Jake
Zeigler (1a) and Pat Maloney and Brendan Rothfuss
who each scored one goal. Steven Hondorf recorded
1 save and Kevin Ryan added 4 saves while Alex
Mosher made 3 saves for the Titans (11-3).
Tyler Stiles scored for Hilton.
to the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, Gino
Marcella scored 3g and Matt Carey added 2g-1a
as Churchville-Chili won a 15-0
game against Greece Arcadia/Olympia. No
reports from either team.