| Quarter Final Rounds || May 26,2006 - The seeding worked out well
in the quarter final round of the Section Five
tournaments as all the top seeds advanced except
#4 Thomas who lost to #5 Canandaigua in double
Yan was the 18-0 winner over visiting
Bath-Haverling in the first round quarter finals
of the Class C Tournament. The Mustangs improved
to 18-1 and will host Livonia in the semi finals
at 5:00 on Tuesday.
Scoring for Penn Yan were Dan McGuffie (3g-1a),
Ryan Cook (3g-1a), Ben Odell (1g), Dan Mesler
(5g-1a), Steven Carlson (1g-1a), John Linnan (3g
), Dan Wolfe (1g), Dana Wilber (1g-1a) while Brandon
Trombley and Ty Trombley each added one assist.
Junior goalie Adam galusha posted 3 saves and
freshman goalie Ethan Kamholtz added 1 save for
Jeremiah Wilder had 9 saves for Bath.
jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the first quarter
and led 15-1 at half time on their way to an 18-3
win against visiting Irondequoit. Paul Vanthof,
Kevin Randall, Joe Clay and defensive midfielders
Alex Nowak, Paul Vanthof, and Mike Cummins all
lead the strong defensive effort for Penfield.
Kelly McKenna, Mike Cummins and Kevin Roe combined
for 14 face offs for Penfield who will take on
Canandaigua in Tuesday's 5:00 Class A semi final
game at Aquinas.
Scoring for Penfield were Connor Rice (3g-4a),
Mike Arvan (1g-6a), Dave Malone (4g-1a),
Scott Serron (4g), Kelly McKenna (2g-2a), Ben
Foster (2g-1a), Mike Cummins (1g), Kevin Roe (1g)
while Kevin Green and Parris Williams who each
added one assist. Brian Dell recorded 6s/2ga and
Ryan Nicoletta added 1s/1ga.
Scoring for Irondequoit were Derek Pino, Kevin
Coholon, and Todd Laemlein.
scored two goals in the final minute of regulation
to send the game to overtime where the Braves
won 13-12 against Webster Thomas. Charlie Sauter
scored (unassisted) after clearing the ball with
0:45 seconds left in the game. Kevin Peck won
the ensuing face off and Justin Tomzak picked
up a loose ball in front of the goal to tie the
game with 0:33 seconds left.
In the first overtime the Braves had an extra
man opportunity but did not score and they had
two other very good chances but hit a goal post
with one of them.
In the second overtime, Webster won the face-off
and took the ball down but shot wide. Canandaigua
cleared the ball, moved it around to Connor Henderson
who attacked the goal from back left and found
Jeremy Brown approximately six yards off the goal
for the for the game winner.
Scoring for Canandaigua were Jeremy Brown (5g),
Justin Tomzak (2g-1a), Connor Henderson (1g-1a),
Charlie Sauter (3g), Chris McWilliams (1g-1a),
James Regan (1g) while Andrew Knoblauch and Austin
Rogers each added two assists. Dan Serafine had
10 saves for the Braves who move on to play Penfield
on Tuesday at 5:00 at Aquinas.
Scoring for Thomas were Dom Scalzo (3g-1a), Kurt
DetWiller (2g-2a), Brendan Rothfuss (2g-1a), Dan
Hinderland (2g) and Max Gurowski (2g-2a). Steve
Hondorf recorded 9 saves for Thomas.
taking a 4-2 first quarter lead, Victor
ended the half up 8-2 and finished with a 15-3
win over Newark in the quarter final round in
the Class B Tournament.
Scoring for Victor were Frank Valenti (6g-1a),
Alex Rogemoser (1g-3a), Jason Houtenbrink (3g),
Erick Rogemoser (2g-1a), Andy Savage (1g-2a),
Joe Coleman (1g-1a), Brad Payne (1g) and Stephen
Personale (1a). Mitchell Liegerot made 4 saves
and Otis Wade added 2 saves for Victor who will
play Brighton at 5:00 in the Class B semi finals
on Tuesday at Irondequoit.
Scoring for Newark were Greg MacBride (1g-1a),
Nate Johnson (1g), Colin Johnson (1g) and Dan
Mizro (1a). Anthony Cole made some dramatic saves
and ended the game with 19 for the Reds.
"This is good way to start the sectional
play," said Victor Coach Mark Foeder. "We
were patient on the offensive end and reduced
the amount of good opportunities for them to score
on the defensive end."
gray and rainy skies,the HFL
Cougars won their Class B quarter final game against
HFL took a 9-3 halftime lead, and finished with
the leadership of their senior Captains Buster
Mulcahey, Dan Layfield, Bryan Zavitz and the rest
of the seniors including Andrew Santiago, Tony
Mykins, Conor Burgasser, Mike Howlett, and Chris
Stanton who all played their last high school
game on their home field. The Cougars will play
Geneva in the 7:00 Class B game at Irondequoit
Scoring for HFL were Connor Burgasser (3g-4a),
Dan Layfield (5g), Andrew Santiago (3g- 1a), Cade
Norris (2g-1a), Zach Whyte (1g-2a), Chris Stanton
(2a), Tyler Burgasser (1g-1a), Jason Camilo (1g),
Matt Garvey (1g), Ian Griffin (1g), Matt Lesczynski
(1g), and defenseman Mike Howlett (1g). The ground
ball leaders were Buster Mulcahey (13), Connor
Burgasser (12), and Dan Layfield (8).
went right to work, scoring seven unanswered goals
in the first quarter and leading at the half 10-1
in their Class C quarter final match up against
Scoring for the Indians were Nelson Boyd (2g-2a),
Winston Boyd (1g-3a), Bill Jolly (2g-2a), Stephen
Kuti (2g-2a), Josh Mateo (6g) and Andy Wadhams
and Jeff Wadhams who each added one goal. Andy
Riegel had 12 saves in goal, Mark Nearpass had
3 saves and Shawn Andrus added 2 saves for Waterloo
who will play Aquinas in the 7:00 Class C game
on Tuesday at Penn Yan.
Scoring for Pal-Mac were Will Malha and Jeremy
Norsen who each scored one goal and Eddie Anderson
who added an assist.
was a 15-4 winner against Midlakes in a quarter
final Class C game. Gray skies and the threat
of rain greeted both teams at the opening faceoff.
The weather soured and the Bulldogs scored six
first quarter goals and added three more to a
take a 9-1 half time lead. The second half was
played in a torrential down pour but Livonia advanced
to the Class C semi final match up with the number
1 seed and host, Penn Yan on Tuesday at 5:00.
Midlakes scored the first goal as Nick Newland
hit one for the Eagles (unassisted). Livonia scored
the next ten goals. The Bulldog starting attack
of seniors Scott Mosher, Chadd Britton and Junior
Brian Sciera did most of the scoring adding nine
goals in the game. Scott Mosher led all scorers
with four goals, Britton had three, and Sciera
two. In all, ten Bulldogs made the scorebooks.
Luke Merritt, Oren Taylor, Tyler Russell, Jim
Crowell, Matt Girolmo, and Aaron Miller all had
goals for Livonia.
Defenders Andy Kurtz, Jeremy Allston, Shane Ward,
Shane Moran, Mike Vetrano, and Gabe Recchio played
solidly in front of starting goalie Zac Berger
who recorded 9 saves. Freshman Justin Becker spelled
Berger in the goal for the last quarter and recorded
5 saves. Coach Sciera also credited midfielders
Gaelin Walsh, Adam Schaible, Oren Taylor, Luke
Merritt and Paul Nebbia for their excellent play
in the game.
Coach Sciera knows that beating Penn Yan on Tuesday
is a tall order, but he says the Bulldogs are
looking forward to the game with enthusiasm. “It’s
time for us to make a statement as to how far
our program has come, and who better to make that
statement against than Penn Yan.”
Scoring for Livonia were Scott Mosher (4g–1a),
Chadd Britton (3g–1a), Brian Sciera (2g),
Oren Taylor (1g–1a), Matt Girolmo (1g–1a),
John Dalberth (1a), Luke Merritt (1g), Tyler Russell
(1g), Jim Crowell (1) and Aaron Miller (1g).
Scoring for Midlakes were Glen Stevenson (2g),
Nick Newland (1g), Ryan McCannon (1g) and Clay
Hemminger (1a). Jared Schoonerman made 18 saves
for the Eagles.
Schroeder defeated McQuaid Jesuit with
a score of 16-5 in a sectional quarter final match
The Warriors scored the first goal of the game
just 0:50 seconds into play with an unassisted
goal by Mike Tota. The Knights stuck back with
their own score as goalie Patrick Maguire cleared
the ball and hit Dan Sturnick on the crease. Webster
then returned with another unassisted goal, this
time by Nick Mooney. The first quarter was close
as the quarter ended with Schroeder in the lead
The first three goals of the second quarter were
all scored by the Schroeder offense. Austin Orsini
scored first with an assist from Tim Winslow.
The second was by Jay Willmes on a feed from John
Pawluk and the third was an unassisted goal by
Grant Catalino, extending the Warrior lead to
5-1 with six minutes remaining the half. The Knights
came back and scored the next two goals bring
them within two. Both goals were unassisted and
were scored by defenseman Alex Caton. Both times
the senior long stick cleared the ball himself
and went right to the goal, scoring on low bounce
shots. Schroeder ended the half with unassisted
goals by Willmes and Catalino. The score at the
half was 7-3.
The Warriors scored a total of four goals in the
third quarter while holding the Knights scoreless.
The first goal came from Orsini assisted by Willmes.
The next two goals were scored on fast breaks
by the Warrior clearing unit and their midfield.
The first was an unassisted goal by Chris Topping
and the second was an unassisted goal by Steve
Sullivan. The final goal of the third quarter
was by Chris Ferry (unassisted) giving Schroeder
an 11-3 lead.
A last minute slash at the end of the third quarter
gave the Knights a man-up offense opportunity
at the start of the fourth quarter and they capitalized
on it when Evan Gallina found the back of the
net with an assist from Mark Hanna. Again the
Warriors went on a run and scored the next four
goals. Willmes scored (unassisted) followed by
Tota (from Eric Chavoustie), Caralino (from Orsini),
and finally Tota from Catalino in man-up. The
Knights then scored their final goal, at 4:55,
with Hanna finding the net (unassisted). The final
goal of the game came from the Warrior offense
as Andy Winslow found Evan Van Epps for a man
Scoring for the Warriors were Catalino (3g–1a),
Willmes (3g–1a), Orsini (2g–1a), Tota
(3g), Ferry, Mooney, Sullivan, Topping, and Van
Epps each scored 1 goal for Schroeder while Chavoustie,
Tim Winslow, Pawluk, and Andy Winslow each added
1 assist. Dennis Costanza (9 saves) and Zach Marshall
(0 saves) split time in the net for the Warriors.
Webster Schroeder will continue to the semi final
round and will play Fairport in the 7:00 game
on Tuesday at Aquinas.
Scoring for the Knights were Caton (2g), Hanna
(1g–1a), Gallina (1g), Sturnick (1g), and
Maguire (1a). Patrick Maguire (8 saves) and Dan
Caufield (2 saves) split time in the net for the
was the 13-11 winner over Mynderse in a 7:00 Class
C quarter final game. The Little Irish led 5-1
at the end of the first quarter and 6-5 at the
Aquinas moved out to a quick lead with goals scored
by Chris Gionta, Matt Smith and three by David
Schmandt to take a 5 to 2 lead at the end of the
first quarter. In the second quarter Mynderse
made a run by scoring three unanswered goals,
two by Kevin McCully and one from Dustin Luckinbill
to tie the score at five. Aquinas scored the go
ahead goal when Marc Brondon took a feed from
Schmandt and gave the Little Irish a 6-5 lead
at the half.
After the break AQ took control with goals from
Schmandt (3) and Cam Casaro (1) and led by four
at the end of three quarters, 10 to 6. Mynderse
made a gallant effort in the final period, out
scoring Aquinas 5 goals to 3 but Aquinas was able
to hold the Blue Devils off and came away with
the victory which moves them to a Class C semi
final against Waterloo in the 7:00 game at Penn
Yan on Tuesday.
Scoring for Aquinas were David Schmandt (6g-3a),
Nick Vincent (2g-1a), Matt Smith (1g), Marc Brondon
(1g), Chris Gionta (1g-1a), Cam Casaro (1g-2a),
Nick Berkompas (1g), Pat King (2a), Marc Pincelli
(1a), Grant Casaro (1a) and Mike Gray (1a). Alan
Antinarelli had 18 saves for the Little Irish.
Scoring for Mynderse were Kevin McCully (5g-1a),
Dustin Luckinbill (2g-1a), Jon Young (1g), Anthony
Clark (1g), Josh Kurdziolek (1g), Eric Davis (1g),
and Tim Sweeting (1a).