| Thursday: Fourteen Games !!! || May 18, 2006 - Fourteen games were played
on the last regular day of the 2006 season There
are only six games are left to be played before
beginning of the game and perhaps up to the half,
looked like a typical Fairport vs Irondequoit
game, with close scoring, good goalie play and
high drama. The second half, however, saw the
Red Raiders shut out the Eagles, while scoring
seven goals and ending the game with a winning
score of 11-2.
Irondequoit scored the first goal of the game,
at 10:58 when senior midfielder Mickey Haight
scored an unassisted goal. At 7:54, Max Keil scored
the first of his three goals with an assist from
Dan Scarazzo. The quarter ended with a tie at
Fairport scored two goals early in the second
quarter, staring with Keil (unassisted) at 11:53
and then Jeff Sanna with an unassisted goal at
10:26. Haight scored Irondequoit's last goal of
the game at 9:02 with a bounce shot from a sweep
to the right of the cage. Mike Danylyshyn beat
his defenseman and at 3:14 scored with a shot
low and off stick. The Red Raiders took a 4-2
lead into the halftime break.
It was all Fairport in the second half, as the
Red Raider defense held the Eagles scoreless and
behind a large number of big saves from senior
goalie Geoff Mayor. Peter Burkhardtt scored in
the first minute of the third quarter with an
assist from Danylyshyn and Fairport, with a 5-2
lead started to slow the pace of the game, keeping
control of the ball and away from the Eagles.
At 6:27 Eric Martin scored (unassisted) and shortly
thereafter, Mayor recorded his 6th save in a row.
In the fourth quarter Jake Fricano scored at 9:02
having dodged two defenders before shooting from
the crease. At 7:24, Keil picked up a loose ball
off the crease after Irondequoit goalie Zach Nash
made a save that bounced off his stick, and scored
giving Fairport a 7-2 lead. Scarazzo scored again
with an assist from Danylyshyn at 5:46 and Craig
Nairn scored an unassisted goal at 5:32 when he
picked up a loose ball on the crease. Dan Holmes
scored the last goal of the game at 2:05 when
he scored a man up goal with an assist from David
Scoring for Fairport were Keil (3g), Scarazzo
(1g-1a), Danylyshyn (1g-1a) while Sanna, Burkhardtt,
Martin, Fricano, Nairn and Sardone each added
one for Fairport. Geoff Cook and Dorian Wolf both
had assignments to limit Mickey Haight and turned
him away from the goal on numerous drives. The
Red Raiders finished their regular season with
a 13-3 record.
Mickey Haight scored both goals for Irondequoit.
The Eagles ended their regular season at 8-8.
was Newark, 7-6 over Midlakes
in a close one. Midlakes opened the scoring with
goals from Clay Hemminger, Glen Stevenson and
Nick Newland. Newark's Dan Mizro started Newark
off with just 0:07 seconds to go in the first
quarter which ended 3-1.
The second quarter saw a total of five goals scored
with Newark cutting into the Midlakes advantage
by halftime, when the score was 5-4 for Midlakes.
The third quarter was a defensive one with Midlakes
scoring the lone goal on a man-up play by Jon
Briggs with 0:24 left in the quarter. Newark found
themselves on the short end of a 6-4 score with
less than 8 minutes remaining in the game when
senior attackman Dan Mizro put one in at 7:40
to get the Reds within one goal. Mizro scored
the game tying goal with an assist from Nate Johnson
at 6:54 and then the game winner at 1:31 with
an assist from Greg MacBride after an excellent
save by goalie Anthony Cole at the other end of
Scoring for Newark were Dan Mizro (4g), Nate Johnson
(1g-1a), Colin Johnson (1g-1a), Alex Quku (1a),
Greg MacBride (1a), Tim Smith (1g) and John Barrett
(1a). Anthony Cole made 15 saves for the Reds
who end their regular season at 7-10.
Scoring for Midlakes were Glen Stevenson (1g),
Ryan McConnon (1a), Jon Briggs (1g), Nick Newland
(3g) and Clay Hemminger (1g). Jared Schoonerman
had 12 saves for the Eagles (6-11) and will finish
their season against Aquinas on Saturday. No
report from Midlakes.
was the 10-8 winner over the Saints at Brockport
this afternoon. Down 6-10 in the fourth quarter
Churchville-Chili scored two goals to get within
two, but could gain no more ground.
Scoring for the Saints were Cory Mee (3g), Ryan
Grogan (1g-2a), Doug Hemink (1g-2a), Jaime Englert
(1g), Mitch Mertel (1g), Gino Marcello (1g), Brian
Traugott (1a) and Kevin Conway (1a). No
report from Brockport.
the second time this season it was a one goal
win for Thomas over HFL, this
time with a score of 7-6.
The score was tied 5-5 after three quarters. Thomas
took the lead back with ten minutes remaining
in the fourth when Dom Scalzo scored an unassisted
goal. HFL tied the game back again with 7 minutes
remaining when Zach Whyte scored his third goal
of the game. Thomas regained the lead for good
when Scalzo found Brendon Rothfuss. With two minutes
remaining and Thomas up by one, the Cougars applied
pressure but Rothfuss got open again and once
again Scalzo found him for the final goal for
Thomas. With one minute remaining Dan Layfield
broke through several Titan defenders and found
the back of the net with 0:25 seconds remaining.
HFL won the face off but Peter Hart made a big
defensive stop and picked up the ground ball allowing
Thomas to control the remaining ball time.
Scoring for the Titans were Rothfuss (2g-1a),
DetWiller (3g), Hinderland (1g-1a), Kemp (1a),
Gurowski (1a) and Scalzo (2g-2a). Thomas enters
the Tournament with a 13-3 record.
Scoring for the Cougars were Zach Whyte (3g-2a),
Dan Layfield (2g-1a) while Cade Norris and Ian
Griffin each scored 1g and Chris Stanton added
1a. HFL ground ball leaders were Connor Burgasser
(12), and Buster Mulcahey (11). Patrick Roache
played a great game for the Cougars recording
17 saves for the Cougars who finish the regular
season with a 10-6 record.
night was a very special day for the Pal-Mac community
and it's lacrosse family. Former lacrosse player
Lee Benedict tragically lost his life last September
in a motor cycle accident. He was honored tonight
with the retiring his jersey #45. Lee was a long
stick midfielder for the 2004-05 lacrosse team
whose dedication and commitment to the sport was
second to none. His parents, Larry and Linda Benedict,
were on hand to receive his jersey, along with
former teammates and many community members. "Lee
was a great teammate who will always be in the
hearts and minds of future lacrosse players for
Pal-Mac," said Raider Head Coach Enzo Falso.
After a 4-4 first quarter, Waterloo
took an 8-5 lead at the half and then finished
with a 17-7 victory over host Pal-Mac on Thursday
Scoring for the Indians were Winston Boyd (4g-3a),
Bill Jolly (4g-2a), Nelson Boyd (3g), Stephen
Kuti (2g-2a), Josh Mateo (3g-2a), Mike Ruiz (1g)
and Brian Adler (1a). Andy Riegel had 8 saves
and Mark Nearpass added 4 saves for Waterloo (11-6)
who finish their season at Bath on Saturday.
Scoring for Pal-Mac were Derrick Piccola (2g),
Dave Merritt (3g-1a), Jaimie Gross (1a) and Jeremy
Norsen and Cody Clement who each added 1g. Jon
Reeves made 19 saves for Pal-Mac who finish their
season on Friday night when they host Mynderse.
finished their regular season with a 15-1 record
after beating Rush-Henrietta with a score of 18-7
at Penfield. At the end of the first Quarter the
game was tied at two, but Penfield added 9 second
quarter goals to end the half up 11-3.
Scoring for the Patriots were Connor Rice (6g-4a),
Kelly McKenna (2g-3a), Dave Malone (3g-1a), Scott
Serron (3g), Ben Foster (1g-2a), Mike Arvan (2g)
and Mike Cummins (2a). Brian Dell made (6s/4ga)
and Ryan Nicoletta made (2s/3ga) for Penfield.
Rush Henrietta ends their regular season at 9-7.
Score only from RH.
Yan started off with three goals in the
first quarter and held a 7-0 lead at the end of
three quarters before ending with the win over
host Victor, 10-1 in their last game before Sectionals.
Scoring for the Mustangs were Dan McGuffie (2g-2a),
Dan Mesler (3g-2a), Steven Carlson (3g), Ben Odell
(2g) while Ryan Cook and John Folts each added
an assist. RJ Wickham recorded 8 saves and Adam
Galusha added 3 saves for the Mustangs (17-1).
Andy Savage scored an unassisted goal and Otis
Wade had 10 saves for Victor who enters the Tournament
with a 9-9 record.
different players scored to help McQuaid Jesuit
with the GRALL Championship with an 8-5 win over
host Aquinas. The Knights led at the end of the
first quarter 1-0 and at the half 3-0. In the
third quarter the Knights scored four more before
Aquinas came back with five goals in a row in
second half. McQuaid Jesuit was able to score one more
goal and hold on to the lead for the remainder
of the game.
Scoring for the Knights were Marty Farchione (3g),
Dan Sturnick (2g-2a), Dan
Ordorczyk (1g), Mitch Ritchie (1g), Mark Hanna
(1g) and Nick Cardillo (1a). Pat Maguire had (11s/5ga
69%) for the Knights who are 9-8 and finish their
season with Livonia on Saturday.
Scoring for Aquinas were David Schmandt (3g-1a),
Pat King (1g), Dan Pincelli (1g) and Marc Brondon
(2a). Alan Antinarelli made 11 saves for Aquinas
who play at Midlakes on Saturday.
took a 5-2 first quarter lead but Spencerport
tied the game at seven before the half. The Spartans
scored five in the second half while holding the
Rangers scoreless for a 12-7 win at Gates.
Scoring for Gates Chilki were Andy Hilton (4g-1a),
Chaz Giehl (2g) and 16 of 23 face offs, Tom Sudek
(1g-2a), Tom Elkins (2g-1a), Jim Drabin (2a),
Pat Lynah (1a ), Andy McEntee (1g), Brad Weber
(1g ), Pat Sposato (1g-1a) while Alec Bazer and
Pat Lynah each had one assist. Dave Bellavia had
2 saves in the first half and Jason Baetzhold
had 7 in the second half for the Spartans who
end the regular season at 8-8.
Scoring for Spencerport were Rob Stojanov (3g),
Andy Morgan (1g-1a), Tyler Hintz (1g-2a), Steve
Difulvio (1g) and Jeff Konko (1g). The Rangers
end their regular season at 10-6).
the GRALL consolation game tonight at Aquinas,
it was Livonia the 14-2 winner
over Bath. The Bulldogs took an 8-0 first quarter
lead and never looked back.
Scoring for Livonia were Scott Mosher (4g–2a),
Brian Sciera (3g–2a), Adam Schaible (4g),
Tyler Russell (2g–2a), Gaelin Walsh (2a),
Oren Taylor (1g), Kyle Olson (1g) and Shane Moran
(1a). Zac Berger recorded 5 saves for the Bulldogs
who, at 12-5, face McQuaid Jesuit on Saturday.
Scoring for Bath were freshman Andy Nesbitt (1g)
and Sophomore McKenzie Durham (1g). Jeremiah Wilder
had 17 saves for Bath who play Waterloo in Saturday.
was another close one for Schroeder/Pittsford
match up, but although the Panther were up 8-5
at one point, the Schroeder took
the fourth quarter lead for the 11-9 win.
Leading Pittsford offensive effort were Chris
Kist, Fred Morse and Joe Peckich who each scored
two goals and Tyler McDermott who added 1g-2a
for Pittsford. No report from Schroeder who are
11-4 and will end their regular season at Amherst
a close 7-6 halftime score, the Canandaigua
defense stepped up and held the Panthers scoreless
while added five of their own to take the 12-6
victory at Geneva. Leading the defensive effort
for the Braves were Alan Zulick, Ben Knapton,
Jon Zacharias, Evan Roth and Matt Malloy as well
as noteworthy goalie play by Dan Serafine,
Scott Bement and Kyle Carson.
Scoring for Canandaigua were Jeremy Brown (1a),
Connor Henderson (3g-2a), AJ Groot (2a), Austin
Rogers (1a), Chris McWilliams (1g-1a), Charlie
Sauter (1g-2a), James Regan (1g), Nick Munn (1g),
Tyler Wakefield (2g), Andrew Knoblauch (1g-1a),
Brian Scheetz (1g-1a) and Marshall Johnson (1g).
Dan Serafine played 3.5 quarters and made 10 saves
and gave up 6 goals. Scott Bement played 4 minutes
and made 2 saves and gave up 0 goals and Kyle
Carson played the last 2 minutes and did not face
a shot for the Braves who are 11-5 and end their
regular season at Hamburg on Saturday.
Scoring for Geneva were John Warner (3g), Kyle
Boncaro (1g), Greg Bonney (1g-1a), RJ Gringeri
(1g) and Willy Rago (1a). Adam Schutz played the
entire game had 8 saves for the Panthers who end
their regular season at 11-7. No
report from Geneva.
took a 3-2 lead at the half and then scored the
first goal of the third quarter, but Brighton
scored the next five goals to take a 7-4 lead
going into the fourth quarter. The game ended
up with Brighton ahead 9 - 5. Noah Berg had 13
saves for the win and Eugene Ferrera made 17 saves
for the Lancers.
Brighton was led by Colin Davis (4g-1a), Colin
Hickey (2g-2a), Ryan Conti (2g-1a), Kyle Warren
(1g), and Robbie Asselin (3a). Brighton finishes
the regular season at 11-5.
Scoring for the Lancers were Alex Austin (3g-1a),
Sean Sawyer (1g), Kevin Mahler (2a), Brandon Moynihan
(1a) and Shane Driffell (1g). No
report from Eastridge.
won the braggin' rights in Greece this afternoon
as they beat the Lightning (Arcadia/Olympia) with
a score of 11-7.
The Lightning came ready to play, scored the first
goal and kept the score close although the Thunder
led 5-3 at the half. It was a back and forth game
until the Athena/Odyssey had some quick goals
in the last quarter.
Scoring for the Thunder were Jared Bennett (5g-1a),
Dave Rodriguez (2g-4a) and Jeremy Fitzgerald (1g-1a),
Al Vill and Kevin Buschle each scored their first
goals of the season while Mike Conderman and Anthony
Bianchi each scored one goal and Matt Machucki
added 1a. Dave Tarana made 7 saves and Nick Bellucco
added one save for Athena/Odyssey.
Scoring for the Lightning were Brian Cassidy and
Nick Henry Henry each scored 2 goals and had 1
assist, Rob Werner and Ron Hatch who each had
(1g-1a) and Anthony White (1g). Kyle Dorman had
a noteworthy game with 12 saves for Arcadia/Olympia.