| Tuesday: Out Bracket for Class A || May 23, 2006 - It was an out bracket day for
Class A teams and most games were won by big scores.
had fourteen players make the scorebook as they
defeated Athena/Odyssey at Fairport, 19-3.
Scoring for the Red Raiders were Dan Bothwell
(1a), Ryan Lowe (2g), Mike Danylyshyn (1g-4a),
Dan Scarazzo (1g-1a), David Burke (2g), Eric Martin
(1g-1a), Ted Mierzwa (2g-2a), Dan Holmes (4g),
Jake Fricano (2g), Shawn Runyon (1g), Max Keil
(2g), Matt Gropp (1g-2a), David Sardone (2a) and
Todd Sturcken (1a). Geoff Mayor made (1s/0ga),
Zach Harris made (3s/1ga) and Matt Hurley had
(4s /2ga) for Fairport who will host Rush-Henrietta
on Friday in the quarter final round.
Scoring for the Thunder were Jared Bennett (2g),
Jeremy Fitzgerald (1g) and Mike Conderman (1a).
Dave Tarana made 6 saves and Nick Bellucco added
3 saves the Athena/Odyssey.
easily won their out bracket game this afternoon
with a 24-1 score against a first year team from
Greece Arcadia/Olympia. Eighteen different players
made the scorebook for the Patriots.
Scoring for Penfield were Toby Terwilliger (3g-1a),
Kyle Vanthof (3g-1a), Connor Rice (3g-1a), Scott
Serron (1g-3a), Dan Huntington (1a-3g), Mark Hill
(2g-1a), Kyle Denhoff (1g-2a), Mike Cummins (1g-2a),
Kevin Green (2g), Kevin Roe (2g), Dave Malone
Ben Foster (2a), Kelly McKenna (1g), Mike Arvan
(1g), Paul Leonhard (1g), Parris Williams (1g),
Alex Nowak (1a) and James Dwyer (1a). Brian Dell
made 1 save (0ga) and Ryan Nicoletta added 5s/1ga)
for the Patriots who will host Irondequoit on
Friday in the quarter final round.
David Jackson scored for Arcadia/Olympia.
won their out bracket game with a 17-4 victory
over the visiting Blue Devils from Brockport.
Scoring for Canandaigua were Zack Scheetz (1g),
Connor Henderson (3g), AJ Groot (2g-1a), Austin
Rogers (1g), Chris McWilliams (1g-2a), Nick Munn
(1g-1a), Tyler Wakefield (1g), Andrew Knoblauch
(1a), Jon Zachariaas (1a), Justin Tomzak (1g-1a),
Eric Klein (1g-1a), Brian Scheetz (1g-1a), Evan
Roth (1g), Jon Klein (1g) and Marshall Johnson
)2g-1a). Dan Serafine played the first half and
had (6s/0ga), Scott Bement played the 3rd quarter
and 3 minutes of the 4th and recorded (3s/2ga)
and Kyle Carson played the last 9 minutes and
had (2s/2ga) for the Braves who will visit Webster
Thomas for the quarter final game on Friday.
Scoring for Brockport were Adam Nauerth (2g),
Justin Klymochko (1g), Eric Gallert (1g) while
Tyler Stuphen and Bohdan Klymochko each added
one assist. Connor Mykins had 14 saves for the
Thomas won their Class A out
bracket game against Pittsford with a score of
15-6. The first quarter started slowly, with goals
by Kevin Kemp, Kurt DetWiller. Pittsford came back
with a goal from an inside pick that found Doug
Milano-Johnson open from a pass from Cam Edmiston.
Thomas ended this first quarter with a goal from
Brendon Rothfuss (assisted by Dom Scalzo) and
the quarter ended with the Titans up 3-1.
The Titans scored the next nine goals between
the second and the third quarter.
Leading the scoring for Thomas were Kevin Kemp
(2g-4a), Kurt DetWiller (4g), Dom Scalzo (4g-2a),
Brendan Rothfuss (3g), Max Gurowski (1g-1a), Kyle
Lavallee (1g-1a) and Nick Scalzo (1g). Steven
Hondorf had 11 saves and allowed 1 goal. Thomas
will host Canandaigua on Friday in the quarter
Scoring for Pittsford were Fred Morse (3g-1a),
Doug Milano-Johnson (1g-1a), Cam Edmiston (1g-1a)
and Chris Kist (1g).
The McQuaid Jesuit Knights defeat the
Gates-Chili Spartans in the Out bracket tonight
with a score of 14-7.
The Knights scored the first three goals of the
game with unassisted goals from Evan Gallina,
Mitch Ritchie, and Mark Hanna (assisted by Dan
Odorczyk). The Spartans made the scoreboard adding
two of their own back to back as the Spartans
saw unassisted goals by Andrew Hilton and Patrick
Lynah. The Knights ended the quarter up 4-2 after
another goal from Ritchie (assisted by Gallina)
with 1:46 left in the quarter.
Hilton added another goal for Gates-Chili early
in the second quarter. McQuaid Jesuit then scored two
more unassisted goals, the first by Ritchie and
the second by Nick Caton. Pat Sposato of Gates-Chili
scored the next two goals, both unassisted, for
the Spartans, but his two goals would be separated
by two from the Knights. Nick Cardillo scored
unassisted at 4:21 and then Hanna scored at 3:23.
Dan Sturnick ended the scoring for the half with
a goal at 0:49 with an assist from Gallina. The
half ended with the score 9-5.
The Spartans were held scoreless in the third
quarter while the Knights added two of their own.
The first, in man-up goal was assisted by Ritchie
and scored by Sturnick. The second goal was another
unassisted goal by Hanna. The third quarter ended
with an 11-5 score in favor of McQuaid Jesuit.
The last two goals for Gates-Chili were scored
by Jimmy Drabin. The first was unassisted and
the second was assisted by Lynah. The Knights
scored three goals in the fourth at 7:51, 5:38,
and 2:54. Hanna scored the first (assisted by
Cardillo), the second was scored by Conroy (unassisted)
who continued on to assist Hanna on the final
goal of the night.
Scoring for McQuaid Jesuit were Hanna (5g), Ritchie (3g-1a),
Gallina (1g–2a), Sturnick (2g), Cardillo
(1g–1a), Conroy (1g–1a), Caton (1g),
and Odorczyk (1a). Patrick Maguire accumulated
11 Saves and had 7 goals against. The Knight will
visit Webster Schroeder on Friday in the quarter
Scoring for Gates-Chili were Sposato (2g), Hilton
(2g), Drabin (2g), and Lynah (1g–1a) while
Andy McEntee and Pete Leoni each added one assist
. Jason Baetzhold and Dave Bellavia combined for
12 saves for the Spartans.
Schroeder scored 2 goals in the
first quarter and had 4 at the half on their way
to a 13-0 win over visiting Hilton in the Class
A out bracket round.
Schroeder started off a bit slowly in the first
half but opened the scoring with 2 goals by Eric
Chavoustie on feeds from Grant Catalino. Chris
Ferry returning from an injury was the first half
sparkplug scoring 1g and 2 assists in the first
half. His transition play was directly responsible
for the scoring in the first half. The second
half was a much crisper half for Schroeder as
they scored 9 goals in just over one quarter.
Defense played very well limiting shots from the
Scoring for Schroeder were Eric Chavoustie (2g),
Chris Ferry (1g-2a), Mike Tota (4g), Grant Catalino
(1g-6a), Jay Wilmes (1g), Austin Orsini (4g-1a)
while Nick Mooney, Chris Nicodemi and Andy Winslow
each added one assist. Dennis Costanza (7 Saves)
left with 7:00 Minutes left in the second half
and was replaced by Zach Marshall (0 Saves). Schroeder
will host McQuaid Jesuit on Friday in the quarter final
Irondequoit opened up a 13-0 lead by
halftime and ended the game with a 17-1 victory
over host Spencerport. Joe Parker started the
scoring followed by Kevin Coholan and two goals
in succession by Derek Pino. All four of those
goals were unassisted. The 5th goal was a feed
from Greg Wright to Nick Kane on the crease for
a score on one of the 12 extra man situations
for Irondequoit. Face offs were dominated by Mickey
Haight and Nick Kane allowing Irondequoit to control
the ball time. Spencerport broke the shutout with
less than 30 seconds to play in the 4th quarter
on a fast break goal by Eric Robinson.
Scoring for Irondequoit were Derek Pino (2g-1a),
Joe Parker (5g), Kevin Coholan (4g), Nick Kane
(4g-1a), Mickey Haight (1g), Greg Wright (3a)
and Tim Pease (1g). The Eagles will play at Penfield
in the quarter finals on Friday.
Churchville-Chili jumped out to the early 1st
quarter lead when attackman Ben Rossignolo scored
at 7:25 with an assist from Ryan Grogan, but in
the end it was Rush-Henrietta
with the 12-4 win. Churchville scored again at
5:10 when Jamie Englert scored with an assist
from Brian Traugott. Rush-Henrietta was unable
to get much offense going in the 1st due to the
strong goalie play of Evan Williams who
made 5 saves in the quarter. Churchville lead
2-0 after one quarter.
Rush-Henrietta got on the scoreboard at 11:02
of the second quarter when Nate Delone scored
(unassisted) and Tony Henriquez scored the next
two RH goals (unassisted) at 9:03 and then again
at 7:58 to give the Royal Comets their first lead
of the game at 3-2. Matt Moran scored his first
of five of the day at 3:36 on a pass from Henriquez.
Brian Hantzis scored his first of the game at
1:17 with an assist by Moran to push the RH lead
to 5-2 which they took to halftime.
Moran started the scoring in third quarter at
8:10 (unassisted) to increase the RH score to
6-2. Churchville responded at 6:52 with a goal
by Cory Mee scored with an assist from Grogan.
RH scored at 6:43 when Justin Rose won the next
faceoff and hit Moran who then connected with
Hantzis. Nate Delone added his second of the game
with another assist from Moran. Moran added another
unassisted goal at 2:57 before the Saints added
the last goal to make the score 9-4 after three
Hantzis scored his third of the game at 7:31 (unassisted)
and then Moran connected on his fourth and fifth
of the game at 7:09 and 4:40 of the fourth to
end the scoring. The first was assisted by Hantzis
with the second was unassisted. Matt McShea recorded
10 saves for the Royal Comets who will visit Fairport
Coach Gottko was excited by the win and the advancement
in the Tournament. "We are excited to advance
into the quarterfinals. The further teams advance
in sectional play, the more disciplined and fundamentally
sound you have to be. We hope to improve on those
facets of the game in preparation for the next
round on Friday."