| Full Schedule - 16 Games Saturday || March 31, 2007 - Fairport played another overtime game today, winning this time in two over time periods against Penfield, 9-8.
Two games featured Head Coach brother against brother.
Craig Whipple beat his brother Andrew as Irondequoit was the 8-4 winner
over Pittsford and Tom MacMillan beat brother Mark as HFL was the 10-5
winner over Brighton.
Elsewhere, Schroeder was a 14-7 winner over R-H, Penn
Yan pulled out a one goal win over Victor in a low scoring 4-3 game
and Canandaigua was the winner in a 10-2 game with geneva.
31, 2007) - In
a game that went right down to the wire, Penn Yan took
a 4-3 win over visiting Victor. Penn Yan scored first; the only
goal in the first quarter. The Blue Devils came back for a 2-2
tie at the half. The Mustangs scored the go-ahead goal in the
third, which ended with PY up 4-3 and the last quarter remained
Coach Mark Foeder was pleased with the Blue Devil performance. "What a great
game. Both teams played well right down to the end. The defense for Victor played
very well. Both goalies came up with key saves when their team needed them. Keeping
Penn Yan under 5 goals is very difficult thing to do."
Leading the scoring for Penn Yan was sophomore attackman Adam Trombley (2a).
Scoring single goals for the Mustangs were senior attackman Ryan Cook (1g), senior
middie Dan Wolfe (1g), sophomore attackman Cole Castle (1a) and senior attackman
Josh Perrault (1g). Senior defenseman Mike Manley added an assist. Senior goalie
RJ Wickham had 12s/3ga (80%).
Scoring for Victor were junior attackman Ethan Payne (2g), senior midfielder
Jason Houtenbrink (1g) and junior middie Alex Rogemoser (1a). Senior goalie Mitchell
Liegerot made 16s/4ga (80%).
a gray and cold day at Irondequoit, the Eagles
rallied from a 2-3 halftime score to beat visiting Pittsford 8-4.
It was a close game in the first half with Irondequoit
scoring first at 7:33 when Kevin Coholan scored on a feed from
his younger brother, Drew. Pittsford returned at 4:16 for a tie
with a goal by Jeff Milano-Johnson, assisted by his older brother,
Doug. The quarter ended in a 1-1 tie.
Soon after the start of the
second quarter, Kevin Coholan scored an unassisted goal on a
shot from out front. Strong defensive pressure and doubles and
numerous take-aways on the Irondequoit defense side of the field
gave the Eagles extra ball time.
Pittsford scored two goals in
the last 0:30 seconds of the half as Doug Milano-Johnson picked
up a ground ball as it bounced out from a shot to the pipe, scoring
at 0:29. Immediately after the face-off, Brett Bridges won the
face and fed the ball to Conor McDermott who scored at 0:22. The
Panthers went into the halftime break, up 3-2.
In the third quarter the Eagles took back control
scoring 4 unanswered goals with good ball control and strong passing.
Junior attackman Greg Wright scored first on a tight crease drive
from behind the goal. Senior middie, Todd Laemlein drove from
right front for the unassisted score at 5:37 sending the lead
back to Irondequoit. Despite numerous one-on-one saves by Pittsford
junior goalkeeper, Brendan Green, the Eagles scored again, this
time by senior Andrew Hart on an assist from Drew Coholan. With
0:41 left in the third, Drew Coholan scored with an assist from
Tim Kleehammer, although there was some controversy before the
goal was allowed. An inadvertent whistle sounded during the shot
and after the officials conferred the goal was allowed. The Pittsford
fans were vocal and angry over the call but the quarter ended
with Irondequoit up 6-3.
pair of brother-to-brother goals started on the last quarter.
Kevin from Drew Coholan scored at 9:27 and less than 20 seconds
later Pittsford saw a goal by Jeff from Doug Milano-Johnson. Pittsford
tried a number of times to dodge their way to the goal with the
very talented skills of Cam Edmiston, who, after getting by several
players a number of times was unable to get the ball on cage.
Irondequoit finished the scoring ay 6:53 with a goal by junior
attackman Tyler Kleehammer with an assist from senior middie Nick
Scoring for Irondequoit were Drew
Coholan (1g-3a), Kevin Coholan (3g), and single goals by Greg
Wright, Andrew Hart, Tyler Kleehammer and Todd Laemlein and single
assists by Tim Kleehammer and Nick Kane. Senior goalkeeper Zach
Nash made 11s/4ga (73%).
Scoring for Pittsford were Jeff Milano-Johnson
(2g), Doug Milano-Johnson (1g-2a), Conor McDermott (1g), Brett
Bridges (1a). Green recorded 12s/8ga (60%).
was Newark 12 - Mynderse 8 in this home
game for Mynderse. Newark started quickly scoring on a fast break
from Colin Johnson to Stephen Johnson just 0:22 seconds into the
game. Newark kept up the pressure in the 1st with 5 more goals
before Mynderse got on the board with 4:03 left in the quarter.
The second quarter found the teams trading 3 goals each, leaving
Newark with a 8-4 advantage at the half time break. Mynderse closed
the gap to 3 goals with a quick man-up goal just 0:07 seconds
into the 3rd quarter with a shot from Charlie Barbay from Anthony
Clark. Newark then pulled away with 3 more goals in the 3rd quarter.
scoring: Stephen Johnson (4g), Colin Johnson (2g-5a), Adam Golding
(3g-2a), Chris Gonzalez (1g-2a) Adding one goal each were
Eric Stivers (1g) and RJ VanDeMortal (1g). Adding assists were John
Barrett (1a), Dillon Godfrey (2a) and Matt Clemons (1a). Senior
goalie Josh Putman recorded 11s/8ga (58%) for the Reds (1-1).
Mynderse scoring: Josh Kudziolek (4g), Charlie Barbay (1g-1a),
Anthony Clark (1g-1a), Dustin Luckinbill (1g-1a) and Kevin McCully
(1g-2a). No report
took 3-1 lead at the end of the first quarter and led 6-3 at the
half as they won 11-7 at host Canisius (Section 6).
Leading the scoring
for the Knights were junior attackman Mitch Ritchie (6g) and senior
middie Evan Gallina (2-2). adding to the scorebooks were junior
attackmen Bill Napoli (1g), JD Ayer (1g), senior midfielder Dan
Sturnick (1g) and junior middie Nick Caton (1a). Junior goal keeper
Dan Caufield recorded 12s/7ga (63%).
Canisius was lead by attackman
Ethan Collins who scored 2g.
remained unbeaten by defeating Greece Arcadia/Olympia a 17-0 in
a game played at McAvoy Park.
The Saints played focused, aggressive
offense and defense, forcing many turnovers from the Greece team.
Up 12-0 in the second quarter, the Saints cleared the bench allowing
the reserves to play the remainder of the game.
Backup goalie, Adam DiFulvio, made 4 saves in the 4th quarter to
preserve the shutout.
Scoring for the Saints were Doug Hemink (1g-2a),
Gino Marcello (3g-1a), Jaime Englert (1g-1a), Ben Rossignolo (2g-2a),
Damien Pagano (2g-1a), Ryan Grogan (3g-2a) and Kevin Conway (3g).
Scoring one goal each were Cory Mee (1g) and Cody Rumsey (1g). Adding
assists were Jon Hemink (2a), Trevor Jessop (1a), Keith Preston
(1a). Junior goalie Sean Kettles 1s/0ga, Adam Difulvio 4s/0ga. No
Report from Arc/Oly.
jumped out to an early 3-0 lead, in just 0:52 seconds into the game
and ended with a 14-7 win over
R-H. Mike Tota assisted from Steve Sullivan, Grant Catalino (unassisted),
and Austin Orsini assisted by Tota
scored the goals. Webster increased their lead at 4:47 when Catalino
scored with an assist from Ryan Scalzo.
RH got on the board at 4:15
when junior middie Colin Cornaire scored an unassisted goal making
Schroeder. The Warriors added a fifth goal at 1:50 left in the first
quarter when middie Andy Winslow scored
(assisted by Catalino) ending the quarter at 5-1.
Senior Brian Hantzis
started the scoring in the 2nd quarter for RH with an unassisted
goal at 6:57. Hantzis
also had a strong faceoff day winning 8 of 11. Senior middie Justin
Rose scored his first of the game at 4:14
taking the score to 5-3. The Warriors ended the quarter with two
more as Tota scored a man up goal (assisted
by Orsini) and Andy Winslow netting his second at 0:21 with an assist
from Tota. Webster took a 7-3 lead into
Schroeder started the 3rd quarter extending their lead to
5 when Tota scored his third of the game with a
nice feed from defenseman Drew Palmer. RH fought back when Rose
scored, assisted from Hantzis, making it 8-4.
RH scored again when junior attackman Nate Delone found the net.
That would be as close as RH would get as
Schroeder scored five unanswered goals with three in man up situations.
Schroeder ended the third quarter up
RH saw goals from Rose and Hantzis in the fourth
while Catalino added his fifth.
"The early lead Schroeder got
in the first minute(3-0) and the penalties in the last part of the
while attempting a comeback at 8-5, proved to be too much to overcome
against a solid defensive team," said
Coach Mike Gottko. "We couldn't get enough momentum going and
playing man down limited our offensive looks.
Schroeder certainly capitalized on our mistakes."
Schroeder (2-0) were Tota (5g-3a), Catalino (5g-2a), Andy Winslow
(2g-2a), Orsini (2g-1a),
Sullivan (1a), Palmer (1a) and Scalzo (1a). Zach Marshall 7s/5ga
(58%) and Brian Enck 1s/2ga (33%) split time
in the cage for the Warriors.
Scoring for R-H were Rose (3g), Hantzis
(2g-1a), Nate Delone (1g), Colin Cornaire (1g), Senior goalies Matt
McShea 14s/13ga and Andrew Widanka 5s/1ga shared time in the goal
for RH (1-1).
defeated Batavia 13-1 this afternoon in a game where a combined
27 penalties (30.5 min), including four stick penalties (two per
team) and eight unsportsmanlike conduct penalties (six in one altercation)
Brockport dominated the game early on scoring four goals in each
of the first three quarters. Brockport's junior attackman Andrew
Willis scored five back to back goals stretching from 4:12 remaining
in the second until 2:47 remaining in the third. It was after Willis'
last goal that junior attackman Ian Chapman, assisted by his brother,
freshman midfielder Chip Chapman, scored the first Varsity goal
in the Batavia's history. The goal came after a man-down face-off
win by Batavia and was scored 22 seconds after Willis' final goal.
Goalie play was noteworthy as Brockport's junior goalie, Connor
Mykins had a strong game with 6s/1ga (86%) and Batavia's junior
goalie Matt Landfried had a disappointing game at 11s/13ga (45%).
Landfield has been over 60% in each of Batavia's previous games.
Coach Ryan Egan felt that his players played well. "[We] controlled
the ground balls and had a lot of shots on the cage."
Scoring for Brockport was senior attackman Adam Naureth (3g-1a).
Scoring for the junior class came from attackmen Andrew Willis (5g)
and Justin Klymochko (1g) and midfielder Sean Bittner (1a). Kacie
Jones (1g) was the lone sophomore class to score, while two freshmen,
midfielder Jacob Burns (1g-1a) and attackman Trevor Hayward (2g-2a),
each added points to the scoreboard.
Scoring for Batavia were Ian Chapman (1g) and Chip Chapman (1a).
Webster Thomas defeated
Horseheads (Section 4) with a score of 16-10. Horseheads took an
early lead with three unanswered goals before the Titan offense went on a 6-0
run. By halftime, the Titans had increased their lead to 9-5. Although the
Blue Raiders fought back to within three twice, the Titans held the lead the
remainder of the game.
Leading the scoring were senior attackmen Dom Scalzo and Brendon
Rothfuss. Rothfuss and Scalzo scored four of the six goal run for
the Titans. Scalzo and Rothfuss scored half of Thomas' total goals.
Defensively, the Titans looked to seniors Ryan McGrath and Bryan
Clifford as well as juniors Jake Ziegler and Keith Maimone for strong
defensive play. Coach Rob Ruller attributes much of their success
to the Titan defense, "The Titans
defense created turnovers by turning up the pressure and playing
good solid defense."
Scoring for the Titans were Seniors Scalzo (6g), Rothfuss (2g-1a)
and Dan Hinderland (1g-1a). Max Gurowski (1g-4a) was the long junior
to score points for the Titans, while four sophomores recorded goals:
midfielders Pat Morrill (2g), Kyle LaVallee (1g-1a) and Billy Gurowski
(1g) joined with attackman Nick Scalzo (2g-2a). Sophomore Austin
Fox played the entire game between the pipes and recorded 14s/10ga
Chili was a 16-5 winner over Greece Athena/Odyssey in
a game at Irondequoit High School. The Spartans took a 7-3 first
quarter lead and never looked back as they scored six more in
the second quarter to take it to halftime up 13-3.
Scoring for the Spartans
from the attack were senior Andy Hilton (6g-4a) and juniors Tom
Sudek (6g-3a) and Alik Miller (1g). In the midfield, scoring came
from juniors Jeff Fichtner (1g), Brad Webber (1g-1a) and Pat Sposato
(1g-1a). Sophomore goalie Jason Baetzhold recorded 3s/5ga (38%).
No report from Athena/Odyssey.
attackmen led the way as Honeoye Falls-Lima defeated
Brighton 10-5 today at McAvoy Park.
HFL dominated the first half of the game leading
at halftime 5-0. The third quarter saw scoring go back and forth
as each team scored 2. Brighton began the fourth quarter quickly
when junior attackman Justin Hillary scored two unassisted goals
at 11:40 and 11:21. HFL eventually regained their composure and
held the ball for the last four minutes, stopping any potential
took nearly all the face-offs for Brighton and won 11/15 (73%).
Coach Tom MacMillan
of HFL says of his team, "We only had
one scrimmage so far this season and played all 48 minutes today.
We showed the boys that they can play anyone."
four junior attackman combine for 9g-4a tonight: Cade Norris (3g-1a),
Ian Griffin (5g), Matt Lesczynski (1g-2a) and Zach Whyte (1a). Senior
midfielder Matt Garvey (1g) rounded out the scoring for the Cougars.
Senior Pat Roache played the entire game for HFL and recorded 7s/5ga
saw scoring from only three players. Junior attackman Justin Hillary
(3g), senior attackman Tim Williams (2g) and senior midfielder Conti
(1a) made the scorebook for the Barons. Senior Noah Berg recorded
12s/10ga (55%). No report from Brighton.
a close game throughout, Waterloo was a 7-5 winner
in their game visiting Midlakes. The Indians led 2-1 at the end
of the first and 3-2 at the half. After adding one more to their
lead in the third, both teams scored 2 in the last quarter.
for Waterloo were Josh Mateo (2g-1a), Curtis Brosius (2g), Peter
Vacca (1g-1a), Nelson Boyd (1g), Tim Parish (1g) and Mike Ruiz (1a).
Junior goalie Shawn Andrus made 21s/5ga (81%).
Scoring for Midlakes
were Tyler Brooks-Lambert (2g), Nick Newland (2g), Rob Barber (1g),
Conor Hogan (2a) and Ken Patane (1a). Junior goalie Jared Schoonerman
recorded 20s/7ga (74%). No report
to Geneva this morning and defeated the Panthers 10-2.
a stick penalty, and then an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty during
the break between the first and second quarter and spent the first
four minutes of the second quarter man-down. Their man-down unit
stepped up and kept the Braves from scoring the duration of the
The Braves took a 4-0 lead in the second quarter
before sophomore attackman Alex Love, assisted by Kyle Boncaro,
scored the first of his two goals in extra man play. Love's second
goal came with 7:43 remaining in the third quarter taking the score
to 5-2 for Canandaigua.
The Braves' junior attackman, Connor Henderson
scored the next four goals, two of which in man-up. Henderson ended
the game with 5 goals.
Both goalies played well. Matt Schutz, the
senior goalie for Geneva, ended the game with 19s/10ga (66%) and
Scott Bement, junior goalie for Canandaigua, recorded 11s/2ga (85%).
Each goalie made several point blank saves. Coach Ed Mulheron said
of Bement, "[he]
played well and this is the type of game we expect [from him]."
Mulheron was pleased with the Braves' performance. "We
really showed up on defense today and I was proud of them. Offensively
we shot a lot but not as well as we would have liked." Canandaigua
moved to 2-0.
Scoring for Canandaigua senior class were midfielder
Charlie Sauter (2g) and attackman Jeremy Brown (1g-1a). Junior attackmen
Henderson (5g) and Justin Tomzak (2a) were joined by midfielder
Andrew Knoblauch (1g). Rounding out the scoring were sophomores,
attackman Brian Scheetz (2a) and midfielder Sean Regan (1g).
for Geneva were Love (2g) and Boncaro (1a) as the Panthers move
strong second and third quarters to cement their 14-2 victory over
Pal-Mac led in the first quarter 1-0, but after eight
goals for Hilton in the second, the half ended with the Cadets up
8-2. The third quarter saw six more goals from Hilton and with no
scoring in the last quarter, Hilton took home the victory.
Scoring for Hilton from the junior class were attackmen
James Moss (3g-1a) and Jon Graus (1g-1a) along with midfielders
Jay Clifford (2g-2a) and Colin Walker (1g-2a). The senior class
was represented by attackmen Alex Wood (1g-1a) and Adam White (1g)
along with midfielders Jeff DeLong (2g-2a) and Kyle Hayward (2g-1a).
Midfielder Steve Bernsten, the lone sophomore, scored 1 goal. The
Cadets saw three players split time in the goal: Aaron Donahey 3s/2ga
(60%), Brad Speer 1s/0ga and Tim O'Toole 1s/0ga.
Scoring for Pal-Mac were Juniors attackman Jordan
Wirthman (1g) and defenseman Andrew Moak (1a). Midfielder Pete Barry,
the lone senior, recorded one assist. Jesse Doyle also scored one
goal. Tim Doyle recorded 16s/14ga (53%).
took two overtime periods for Fairport to defeat
Penfield with a final score of 9-8. Senior middie, Eric Martin scored
the winning goal with an assist from Shawn Runyon. It was the second
game in two weeks to go to overtime for the Red Raiders.
Scoring for Fairport were senior midfielders Shawn Runyon (3g-2a)
and Eric Martin (2g), senior attackman Mike Danylyshyn (1g-2a),
junior midfielder John McDonnell (2g), and sophomore attackman Aaron
Jones (1a). In the cage sophomore Kristoffer Sterzin recorded 8s/8ga
(50%) for the Red Raiders (1-1).
Scoring for Penfield were junior attackman Connor Rice (3g-1a),
junior midfielders Kyle Vanthof (2g) and Kyle Denhoff (1g), senior
attackman Kevin Green (1g-1a) and senior midfielder Paul Leonhard
(1g). Brady Del Pozzo recorded
9s/9ga (50%) for the Patriots (0-2).
their game against Spencerport 12-8 today at Irondequoit High
School. The Lancers were up 7-3 at the start the second half.
Scoring for the Lancers were Brandon Moynihan (4g), Alex Austin
(2g-3a), Matt Driffill (3g-2a), Kevin Mahler (2g-1a), and Todd Horne
(1g-1a). Eugene Ferrera made 11s/3ga (79%) as the lancers went on
to win their second consecutive game for the first time since the
start of the new program. No report from
the 6-2 winner over visting Bath-Harverling.
Scoring for Owego were Dave Edwards (2g), Parrer Evans (2g), Andy Race (1g-2a),
Seth Collins (1g-1a) and Zack Lessler (1a). Goalie Andy Gilmore had 4s/2ga (66%).
Scoring for Bath were Mckenzie Durham (1g), Brad Fuerst (1g) and Dave Harris
(1a). Chris Wolfer recorded 18s/6ga (75%).