| Saturday: Schroeder over Irondequoit || May 13, 2006 - Most games played today were not close ones, but the Schroeder vs Irondequoit was anyone's game until the end, Midlakes beat Mynderse by one goal and Churchville was the Chili
winner on Saturday.
was a generally well played game and either team
capable of the win, but a strong third quarter
made the difference as Schroeder
was the 8-5 winner over visiting Irondequoit.
Defense was the name of the game as both teams
controlled the pass of the game with excellent
play by close defenseman and Webster goalie Denis
Cotanza and Irondequoit goalie Zach Nash.
Schroeder scored first as junior attackman Grant
Catalino hit the nets at 8:22 on a drive from
behind the cage. The Eagles came back at 5:35
when sophomore attackman Greg Wright pick up a
"bounce pass" from Joe Parker (not credited),
and scored just as a Schroeder penalty expired.
The Warriors went ahead again at 4:36 when Dennis
Costanza cleared the ball over the midfield line
and moved the ball to Jay Willmes who found Eric
Chavoustie for a 3-2 inside break goal. At 2:28,
Parker scored on a sweeping drive from the front
of the cage and the teams were tied at two at
the end of the first quarter.
Irondequoit broke the tie at 10:13 when Mickey
Haight scored an unassisted goal. Haight was dramatic
at face offs where he won 13 of 17 in the game.
The Schroeder defense, however was able to hold
the Eagle scoreless for the next twenty six minutes.
Schroeder scored at 3:36 when Andy Winslow hit
the net on a bounce shot. Willmes scored the last
goal of the half in man up as he received a feed
from Catalino at 2:56. Schroeder led at the half
The Warriors scored all four goals in the third
quarter. Mike Tota scored first at 8:56 with an
assist from Willmes. Willmes scored an unassisted
goal at 4:23. Tota scored again at 2:19 on a textbook
fast break with an assist from Chavoustie. Catalino
scored Schroeder's last goal of the game at 1:28.
His behind the back shot was assisted by Chavoustie
and Webster ended the quarter up 8-3.
Although the momentum clearly belonged to Schroeder,
the Eagles continued to play hard and work for
the win. The defense stepped up and held the Warriors
scoreless in the last quarter, while the offense
scored two. The Eagles who had the majority of
ball time in the fourth quarter might have scored
more goals except for the efforts for the Schroeder
close defense that included Drew Palmer, Tim Winslow,
Eric Horeth and Chris Nicodemi who did an excellent
job in limiting shots from Haight. The Irondequoit
goals came from Kevin Coholan at 7:28 and Wright
at 6:55 (both goals unassisted).
Scoring for Schroeder were Wilmes (2g-2a), Catalino
(2g-1a), Chavoustie (1g-2a), Tota (2g) and Winslow
(1g). Dennis Costanza had 12 saves for the Warriors
Scoring for Irondequoit were Wright (2g) and Coholan,
Haight and Parker who each scored one goal for
the Eagles while Derek Pino added an assist. Zach
Nash recorded 9 saves for Irondequoit (8-6).
Yan improved their record to 16-1 with
a 19-6 win at Waterloo. The Mustangs broke a 5-5
first quarter tie and led at the half 9-5. In
the second half they held the Indians to one more
goal while adding ten more for themselves.
Scoring for Penn Yan were Dan McGuffie (7g-2a),
Dan Mesler (3g-2a), Steven Carlson (3g-3a), Josh
Perrault (4g-2a), Mike Manley (1a), Jon Folts
(1g), Ryan Cook (1g) and Ty Trombley (1a) who
also won 21 of 23 face offs. RJ Wickham had 7
saves for Penn Yan.
Scoring for Waterloo were Winston Boyd (2g), Josh
Mateo (2g), Stephen Kuti (1g-1a)< Bill Jolly
(1g) and Nelson Boyd (1a). Andy Riegel had 10
saves and Mark Nearpass had 2 saves for the Indians
took on Section Three powerhouse and host Cicero-North
Syracuse (12-3) and lost 14-6 on Saturday
morning. The Northstars were ahead 2-0 at the
end of the first quarter and led 7-4 at the half.
Senior Max Wade stepped into goal for the injured
Mitchell Liegerot and did an excellent job, recording
7 saves for the Blue Devils.
Scoring for CNS were Jeff Gilbert (2g-3a), Mike
Broadhead (1g-3a), Nick Lococo (4a), Mike Sciarrino
(2g), Nick Blemer (3g), Steve Ianzito (2g) and
Jim Heney, Alan Vedder, Mike Russo and Mike Stagnitta
who each scored one goal.
Scoring for Victor were Jason Houtenbrink (2g-1a),
Eric Willman (1g-2a), Erick Rogemoser (2g), Alex
Rogemoser (1g) and Frank Valenti (1a).
was Churchville-Chili over Gates
Chili for the second time this year as they posted
a 9-7 victory on Saturday.
Scoring for the Saints were Doug Hemink (3g-1a),
Jaime Englert (2g-1a), Ryan Grogan (1g-2a), Ben
Rossignolo (1g-2a), Gino Marcello (2g) and Brett
Hallenbeck (1a). Evan Wiliams made 18 saves for
Scoring for Gates Chili were Chaz Giehl (2g-1a)
and Tom Sudek, Tom Elkins, Jim Drabin,
Pat Lynah and Kyle Beikirch who each scored one
goal and Andy Hilton who added an assist for the
claimed the Monroe County - D-2 title with a 16-1
win against visiting Eastridge on Saturday.
Scoring in the first Minute was Dan Hinderland
who scored three unassisted goals in the first
six minutes. Scoring next for the Titans was Dom
Scalzo who scored on a pass from Max Gurowski.
Hinderland scored again with a feed from Brendon
Rothfuss. Kurt DetWiller scored the next two goals;
the first one unassisted and the second one on
an assist from Kevin Kemp. After one quarter the
Titan defense had limited Eastridge to just one
shot on cage and led 7-0.
In the second quarter Thomas saw scoring from
freshmen attackmen Nick Scalzo who was assisted
by Max Gurowski on a transition goal and gave
the Titans an 8-0 lead at the half.
The Titans scored eight more in the second half
while allowing a single goal by Ryan Wirth for
Scoring for Thomas were Dan Hinderland (4g-1a),
Dom Scalzo (1g-1a), Max Gurowski (2a), Brendon
Rothfuss (3g-1a), Kurt DetWiller (3g), Kevin Kemp
(1a), Nick Scalzo (1g-1a), Remington Fox (1g),
Peter Hart (1a), Pat Maloney (1g), Kyle Lavallee
(1g)g, Brandon Reeners (1g) and Mark Schumacher
(1a). No report from Eastridge.
taking a 5-1 first quarter lead, Spencerport
extended their lead to 10-4 at the half and 12-8
at the end of the third before posting a 21-9
win over visiting Athena/Odyssey.
Scoring for Spencerport were Andy Morgan (7g-1a)
who set a team record for goals in a game, Rob
Stojanov (3g), Pat Decker (2g-2a), Steve Difulvio
(4g-2a), Jeff Konko (2g-4a), Tyler Hintz (1a),
Phil Schmid (2g), Steve Balcerak (1g) and Ken
Bell (1a). Kyle Campion won 15-19 face-offs. Ryan
Konko had 10 saves for the Rangers (9-5).
Scoring for the Thunder were Matt Machucki (4g-2a),
Jared Bennett (5g), Mike Conderman (2a), Joe Prestigiacomo
(1a), Nick Ryan (1a) and Kevin Buschle (1a). Dave
Tarana had 7 saves for Greece.
was Newark with a 7-4 win over
Pal Mac at Palmyra in an afternoon game.
Pal Mac opened the scoring on a first period unassisted
goal by Dave Merritt. Newark's Steve Johnson tied
the score with an assist from Colin Johnson and
the quarter ended with the score tied 1-1.
Pal Mac again took the lead on a man-up goal by
Derrick Piccola and extended their lead on an
unassisted goal from Dan Evans. Newark then answered
0:15 seconds later with a goal from Adam Golding
and the teams went into halftime with Pal Mac
Nate Johnson tied the score on a hard shot from
the top of the box to open the third quarter and
then assisted on the go ahead goal by Colin Johnson
with 1:27 to go in the third quarter.
The fourth quarter saw Newark extend its lead
on 3 goals from Colin Johnson. Both goalies played
exceptionally well with Newark's Anthony Cole
making 14 saves and Pal Mac's Jon Reeves with
Scoring for Newark were Steve Johnson (1g), Nate
Johnson (1g-3a), Colin Johnson (4g- 1a), Adam
Golding (1g) and Luke Walton (1a). Anthony Cole
made 14 saves for the Reds (6-9).
Scoring for Pal Mac were Mike Christ (1a), Derrick
Piccola (2g), Dave Merritt (1g-1a) and Dan Evans
(1g). Jon Reeves made 20 saves for the Raiders.
was the 6-5 winner over visiting Mynderse in Finger
Lakes D-2 play this morning. The game was tied
at 2 at the end of the first quarter and Mynderse
held a 4-3 lead at the half. In the fourth quarter,
with Midlakes down by a goal, Glen Stevenson scored
at 2:23 to tie the game at five. Jon Briggs scored
the game winner with 0:54 left in the game.
Scoring for the Eagles were Stevenson (2g-1a)
and Briggs (4g). Jared Schoonerman made 18 saves
Scoring for Mynderse were Dustin Luckinbill (1g),
Chris D'Amato (2g) and Josh Kurdziolek (2g). Zac
Rescort had 9 saves for Mynderse. No
report from Mynderse.
led 11-3 at half time and doubled their score
in the second half as they beat Pittsford 22-6
at home on Saturday morning.
Scoring for Penfield were Mike Arvan (5g-3a),
Dan Huntington (2g-3a), Connor Rice (4g), Dave
Malone (2g-2a), Kelly McKenna (1g-3a) who won
14 of 17 face offs, Mike Cummins (2g-1a), Ben
Foster (1g-3a), Kevin Green (2g), Mark Hill (1g-1a),
James Dwyer (1g), Kyle Vanthof (1g) who won 4
of 6 face offs and Alex Nowak (1a). Brian Dell
Ryan Nicoletta (2s/3ga) split time in the goal.
Chris Kist led Pittsford's effort with three goals.
Score only from Pittsford.
was the 17-9 winner in a game played at Rush-Henrietta
this morning. Scoring for the Red Raiders were
Mike Danylyshyn (5g-4a), Pete Burkhardtt (1g-2a),
Dan Scarazzo (4g-1a), Pat Reilly (3g-3a), Ryan
Lowe (2g), Jeff Sanna (1g-2a), Eric Martin (1g)
and Shawn Runyon (1a). Jeff Sanna won 12 of 19
face offs and Zach Harris (9s/6ga) and Matt Hurley
(2s/3ga) shared time in the goal for Fairport
(11-3). No report from
won an 11-5 game against visiting Hilton on Saturday
The Cougars started quickly and led at the end
of the first quarter 3-0. By the half it was HFL,
4-1. After a few half time adjustments, HFL took
a 9-1 lead. Patrick Roache was credited with 14
saves, and Chris Milne with 2 for the Cougars.
Scoring for HFL were Dan Layfield and Connor Burgasser
(3 goals each), Zach Whyte (2g-2a), Cade Norris
(2g-1a) and Andrew Santiago (1g). Defenseman Buster
Mulcahey was HFL's ground ball leader with 8,
followed by Connor Burgasser with 6, and Zach
Whyte with 5.
Scoring for Hilton were Tyler Stiles (2g-1a),
Jeff DeLong (2g) and one goal each for James Moss
and Jay Clifford. No report