| Semi Final Games || May 30, 2006 - The final four teams met
in the semi final rounds at three venues tonight.
At Aquinas, Penfield (#1) beat Canandaigua (#5)
in the first game and Schroeder (#3) beat Fairport
(#2) in the second game. At Irondequoit, it
was Brighton (#1) over Victor (#4) in the closest
game in the night, and Geneva (#2) over HFL
(#3) in the second game. At Penn Yan, the Mustangs
(#1) beat Livonia (#4), and in the second game
it was Waterloo (#2) over Aquinas (#3).
(#1) was the 11-3 winner over Canandaigua (#5)
in the first Class A game played tonight at
It was close in the first quarter with the score
going back and forth. Penfield quickly scored
the first two goals within the first two minutes
with goals by Ben Foster (unassisted) and Scott
Serron (from Connor Rice). Canandaigua then
scored two goals back to back as Andrew Knoblauch
(unassisted) and Eric Klein (from A.J. Groot)
scored for the Braves but these were the last
goals that the Braves would score until 7:39
remaining in the fourth quarter. The Patriots
scored one more to take a 3-2 lead going into
the second quarter.
Penfield scored twice in the second quarter.
The first was scored just 18 seconds into the
quarter and the second with only 0:01 remaining
in the half. The second goal of the quarter
came when Foster sent the ball to a cutting
Rice, as he moved across the crease. The half
ended with the score 5-2.
Penfield only scored one goal in the third when
Serron Serron picked up the ball off a missed
shot and hit Huntington on the crease for the
goal which increased the Patriot lead to 6-2.
The first three goals of the fourth quarter
also came from the Patriot offense. Canandaigua’s
last goal came from a feed by Justin Tomzak
and a shot from Zack Scheetz. Only 0:09 second
later and after a Patriot face-off fast break
Kelly McKenna fed the ball tp Kevin Green.
Scoring for Penfield were McKenna (2g–1a),
Rice (2g–1a), Serron (1g-2a), Foster (1g–2a)
while Huntington, Malone, Green, and Arvan each
score one goal. Brian Dell accumulated 6 saves
and played for a majority of the game. Penfield
will play Webster Schroeder for the Section
V Championship on Friday at 7:15 at St. John
Scoring for Canandaigua were Scheetz, Knoblauch,
and Klein with one goal each and Groot and Tomzak
with one assist each. Dan Serafine made 13 saves
and played for a majority of the game for the
Yan continued their winning streak
of 19 games with a 16-2 win over Livonia in
the Class C semi final game.
Scoring for Penn Yan were Dan McGuffie (2g-4a),
Ben Odell (3g), Dan Mesler (2g), John Linnan
(2g), Steven Carlson (5g-2a), Dan Wolfe (1g),
Mike Manley (1a) and Josh Perrault (1g-1a).
RJ Wickham (4s), Adam Galusha (1s) and Ethan
Kamholtz (1s) shared time in the goal for the
Mustangs who will defend their Section Five
title when the face Waterloo at 5:15 on Friday
at St. John Fisher College. No
report from Livonia tonight.
fired up Webster Schroeder
won a decisive victory over Fairport as the
Warriors scored six first quarter goals and
continued on for a 17-8 final in the second
Class A game at Aquinas tonight.
Schroeder started the night strong and with
few exceptions, controlled the game for its
entirety. The first five goals were scored by
the Warriors. Three of those goals were scored
by Mike Tota. Fairport’s Patrick Reilly
broke the run and scored an unassisted goal
with an inside dodge. Schroeder came back within
a minute with another goal; this one by Chris
Ferry (assisted by Andy Winslow). Then with
0:05 left in the first quarter Fairport scored
when Daniel Scarazzo hit Shawn Runyon who scored
with an outside underhand shot that skipped
under Dennis Costanza’s stick. This started
a series that ended each of the first three
quarters with goals scored in the last 10 seconds
of each quarter. The first quarter ended with
Schroeder up 6-2.
The Warriors began the second quarter with an
unassisted goal by Chris Topping. Fairport then
scored two goals in a row; the first an unassisted
pipe side sidearm shot by Jake Fricano and the
second a man-up goal in which Fricano found
Runyon at the top of the box for a top-shelf
goal. Schroeder, not to be slowed down, scored
on two back to back fast-breaks from face offs
that the Warriors dominated throughout the game.
The first found defenseman Chris Nicodemi finding
Tota and the second was an inside dodge from
Grant Catalino. Schroeder scored with only 0:08
left in the half with a feed from Ferry finding
Jay Willmes who was unguarded on the crease.
Schroeder entered the half time break with a
The third quarter found Fairport again attempting
to mount a comeback as they scored the first
three goals of the quarter, taking the score
to 10-7, but that was all for the Raider offense
in the quarter. Ryan Lowe scored the first (unassisted),
Jeffrey Sanna then added one (unassisted), and
Fricano scored on a pass from Peter Burkhardtt.
Schroeder ended the third quarter with two more
goals as Nick Mooney scored and Austin Orsini
ended the quarter with his goal at 0:05. The
third quarter ended with the Warriors up 12-7.
The fourth quarter mirrored the first with Schroeder
scoring four goals, two of which were scored
by Catalino. Both Schroeder and Fairport scored
one more goal to end the game with the final
of 17-8. Dennis Costanza ended the night with
8 saves for Schroeder who will play Penfield
for the Championship at 7:15 on Friday.
Scoring for the Warriors were Catalino (3g–3a),
Ferry (3g–2a), Tota (5g), Monney (1g–1a),
Willmes (1g–1a), Chavoustie (1g–1a),
Winslow (2a) while Orsini, Sullivan, and Topping
each had one goal, and Nicodemi (1a).
Scoring for the Raiders were Fricano (2g–1a),
Runyon (2g) with Lowe, Sanna, Sardone, and Reilly
each scoring one goal and Mierzwa, Burkhardtt,
and Scarazzo each scoring one assist. The Red
Raiders end their season at 15-4.
led throughout the game, ending the first quarter
up 3-0 and 5-2 at the half but the Blue Devils
came close in the second half. Although the
Blue Devils came back strong in the second half,
five fourth quarter penalties allowed Brighton
to score two goals and secure a 11-10 win.
Scoring for Brighton were Colin Henry (4g),
Colin Davis (3g), Tim Williams (2g-1a), Rob
Asselin (3a), Justin Hillery (1g), Justin Hillery
(1g), Justin Hillery (1g) and Ryan Conti (1g).
Noah Berg recorded 14 saves for the Barons who
will take on Geneva at 3:00 on Friday at St.
John Fisher College.
Scoring for Victor were Andy Savage (2g-1a),
Eric Willman (2g-1a), Erick Rogemoser (2g),
Frank Valenti (1g-1a), Alex Rogemoser (1g),
Jason Houtenbrink (1g), Pat Sullivan (1g) and
Stephen Personale (1a). Mitchell Liegerot had
10 saves for Victor who end their season at
10-10. No Report from
(#2) took a 4-1 first quarter lead and led at
the half 7-3 before adding ten more for a 17-10
win over #3 seeded Aquinas. The Indians will
face Penn Yan at 5:15 in Friday's Class C Championship
at St. John Fisher College.
Scoring for Waterloo were Bill Jolly (5g), Josh
Mateo (3g-2a), Nelson Boyd (2g), Winston Boyd
(4g-1a), Stephen Kuti (2g-1a), Mike Ruiz (1g-2a)
and Curtis Brosius (1a). Andy Riegel had 18
saves for the Indians (14-6).
Scoring for Aquinas were Nick Vincent (2g-2a),
David Schmandt (5g), Pat King (1g), Neil Foley
(1g-1a), and Chris Gionta (1g). Alan Antinarelli
had 9 saves for Aquinas (9-9). No
report from Aquinas tonight.
was an 11-2 winner over HFL in the Class B semi
final. The Panthers controlled face offs as
RJ Gringeri and Sean Bennett won all but two
draws in the game. The Geneva defense including
Brian Kenecht, Dan Toner, Steve Healy, Josh
Bloom and long stick middies Andy Torella,Tyler
Travis and Jeff Weise helped to limit the Cougars
to 18 shots while Matt Schutz and Kyle Brimm
made 13 saves.
Scoring for Geneva were John Warner (3g), RJ
GRingeri (4a), Kyle Boncaro (5g-2a), Jim Warner
(1g), Sean Bennett (1g-1a), John Manion (1g-1a)
and Willie Rago (1a). Geneva will play Brighton
for the Championship at 3:00 on Friday.
Connor Burgasser scored both goals for the Cougars
and Adam Roache made 13 saves for HFL who finishes
their season at 11-7.