| Both Websters Win || April 3, 2007 - Both Schroeder and Thomas were winners in games played today. The Warriors beat Amherst (Section
6) 10-4 and the Titans beat Fairport 13-12 in a game full of momentum
swings. Other winners included Livonia, McQuaid Jesuit, Brighton, Churchville-Chili,
Geneva and Canandaigua.
It was a game of runs, constant changes of momentum and a game
where determined players stepped up for their team. This was a game
of heroes, players who made things happened. At the end of the game
is was Thomas 13-12 over Fairport, on a goal at
0:26 by sophomore middie, Pat Morrill assisted by senior middie
Fairport scored in the first minute of the game
when senior middie Eric Martin scored the first of his six goals.
Martin scored again, this time on a crosse cage pass from Mike Danylyshyn.
Thirty seconds later, Thomas scored their first goal at sophomore
attackman Nick Scalzo received an inside crease pass from junior
attackman Max Gurowski. Martin scored his third in a row with and
outside face dodge and a feed from Tom Rynn. Morrill scored and
unassisted goal at 1:38 and the first quarter ended with the Red
Raiders up 3-2.
Thomas experienced early jitters and had some difficulty
in controlling the ball in the first quarter, but shook them off
in the second quarter, scoring five goals while holding Fairport
to two. Freshman attackman Brendan Saylor, standing on the crease,
scored for Fairport at 11:03 (assisted by sophomore attackman Aaron
Jones. The Titans came back with two in a row to tie the score at
four. Senior Dom Scalzo scored the first of his 3g-2a on a drive
from front right. Senior attackman Brendon Rothfuss picked up a
ground ball on the crease after a shot bounced off the pipe and
put the it in the goal.
Rynn scored an unassisted goal on a run
straight down the center of the field at 5:58. The last three goals
of the quarter belonged to the Titans as Dom Scalzo put his own
right down the center of the field and then assisted on a goal by
Rothfuss before he scored another unassisted goal to give Thomas
a 7-5 lead at the half.
Coach Rob Ruller started his half-time speech
with the admonition: “It’s
going to be a war boys. It’s going to be a war.”
Scalzo started the Titan scoring after the half when he received
a long clearing pass from midfield and took the ball to a one-on-one
with the Fairport goalie. Martin then scored two more (unassisted)
to bring the Red Raiders to within one (7-8). The Titans took the
momentum back with four goals in a row, before ending the third
quarter up 12-7. Morrill an unassisted goal that was followed by
three by Rothfuss who was assisted by Max Gurowski (twice) and Billy
Sophomore goalie, Austin Fox made dramatic saves
for the Titian's. Junior defenseman Jake Ziegler was an outstanding
day controlling Fairport senior attackman Mike Danylyshyn, who ended
the game with 2a.
Although down by five goals, Fairport was not
deterred and regained control in the last quarter, scoring five
goals in a row. Martin his last goal at 11:25. Rynn scored two goals
assisted by Martin and Shawn Runyon. He then added an unassisted
man up goal, which was followed by another man up goal, this time
by freshman attackman Martin Manilla assisted by Danylyshyn. The
game was tied at twelve with 3:21 left in the game.
Each team had
more than one chance to score and both teams had time-outs to set
up winning plays. After one such time out, Morrill scored the winning
goal with an assist from Hinderland.
Scoring for Thomas were Rothfuss
(5g), D. Scalzo (3g-2a), Morrill (3g), N. Scalzo (2g), M. Gurowski
(3a), and Ziegler, B. Gurowski and Hinderland with 1a each. Austin
Fox recorded 13s/12ga (52%).
Scoring for Fairport were Martin (6g),
Rynn (4g-1a), Manilla (1g), Saylor (1g) and Jones and Runyon with
Webster Schroeder dominated
in their game with Amherst (Section 6) and won 10-4. The Warriors
led the entire game and demonstrated why they are one of the top
teams in Section Five.
Schroeder opened the scoring at 8:59, much
later then in the past two games, with a goal by Mike Tota, assisted
by Grant Catalino. The Warriors closed out the first quarter
with two more goals. Andy Winslow ( from Tota) scored the
first and Catalino (unassisted) scored the second. The first
quarter ended with Schroeder up 3-0
Schroeder increased their
lead to 5-0 at the top of the second with two goals by Tota (both
from Catalino). Both goals were completed with Catalino driving
into the goal and when then dishing to Tota
who was open cross-crease. Sean Smith scored the first goal
for Amherst with 4:47 remaining. The half ended with the score
The third quarter saw one goal from each team.
Catalino scored on a inside feed from Nick Mooney for Schroeder
and then first of two unassisted goals by Casey Rich for Amherst.
final two goals from Schroeder were scored by Austin Orsini. The
first was unassisted and the second was from Catalino. The final
two goals for Amherst were scored by Rich (unassisted) and Nick
Johnson (unassisted). Both of the Amherst goals were scored in the
last four minutes after Schroeder substitutions.
Will Africano, Amherst's face-off man took 12 face-offs and
won 10 (83%). Both of the two face-offs lost by Africano were picked
up by long stick defenseman Drew Palmer from Schroeder playing on
Scoring for Webster were Catalino
(3g-5a), Tota (3g-1a), Mooney (1g-1a), Orsini (2g) and Winslow (1g).
In the cage, Zach Marshall played for 42 min and recorded 4s/2ga(66%)
and Brian Enck recorded 2s/2ga (50%).
Scoring for Amherst were Rich
(2g), Smith (1g) and Johnson (1g). In the cage was Matt Always with
defeated Midlakes 20-3 today after running out to a 10-0 lead after the first
quarter. Geneva had increased the lead to 15-3 by the half. Shooting was a factor
as Geneva out shot Midlakes 36-11.
Scoring for Geneva was Greg Bonney (1g-5a),
Kyle Boncaro (4g-1a), Alex Love (2g-2a), John Warner (3g-1a), Jimmy Warner (1g-2a),
Anthony Fili (2g-1a), RJ Gringeri (2g-1a), Sean Braman (1g-2a), Nic DiDuro
(2g), Willie Rago (1g), Sean Bennett (1g), Tyler Travis (1a), Gio
DiDuro (1a). Adam Schutz had 3s and Kyle Brimm 2s.
Scoring for Midlakes
Glen Stevensen (2g), Clay Hemminger (1g), Tyler Brooks Lambert (1a), Conor Hogan
(1a). Jared Schoonerman had 7s/20ga (26%).
was the 11-3 winner over Pal-Mac tonight. The Bulldogs jumped out to a 6-1
lead at halftime. Although Pal-Mac fought back to 6-3 early in the third, a series
of penalties stopped the comeback in its tracks.
Livonia out shot Pal-Mac 28-21
and won the ground ball battle 45-35.
Scoring for Livonia were Tyler Russell (3g,
2a), Brian Sciera (2g, 2a), Chris Bausch (2g, 1a), Jeff Wester (1g, 1a), Oren
Taylor (2a). Jim Crowell, Aaron Miller, Paul Nebbia all scored one goal and both
Gaelin Walsh and Cameron Ross scored (1a). Sophomore goalie Justin
Becker recorded 11s/3ga (79%).
Scoring for Pal-Mac were Cody Clement
(2g), Dan Evans (1a), Eddie Anderson (1a), Jordan Wirthman (1g) and Steve Vandewalle
(1a). Senior goalie John Reeves recorded 13s/11ga (54%).
unbeaten after defeating rival Gates-Chili by a score of 12-6. Churchville started
the scoring and took a 10-1 advantage into the fourth quarter.
Scoring for the Saints was led by senior Ben Rossignolo (6g-1a). Attackmen Ryan
Grogan (1g, 2a) and Gino Marcello (2g, 3a) also contributed. Doug Hemink (2g),
Jamie Englert (1g), Cory Mee (1a) and Brian Traugott (1a) completed the scoring
from Midfield. Saints goalie Sean Kettles had 11s/6ga (65%).
Scoring for Gates Chili were Andy Hilton (2g-2a), Tommy Elkins (1g), Pat Sposato
(1g) while Brad Webber and Alec Bazer each added 1a. Jason Baetzhold made 11s/12ga
scored the first goal of the night, but Brighton went on to
win 8-4. Brighton led at the end of the first quarter 5-2, and then 6-2 at
the half. Brighton won a 36-24 shooting advantage.
Scoring for Brighton was
led by seniors Ryan Conti (2g-2a), Tim Williams (1g-3a), Josh Uline (2g), Dan
Hill (1g), Sean Pennino (1a) and junior Justin Hillery (2g).
Scoring for Aquinas was Austin Gorman (2g-1a), Anthony Bianchi
(1g), Neil Foley (1g), Nick Berkompas (1a) , and Marc Brondon (1a).
Goalie Alan Antinarelli recorded 10s/8ga (55%).
scoring 13 unanswered goals in the first half, Victor finished
with a 16-3 win over host Mynderse.Ten different players scored
for the winners as they unloaded the bench.
Scoring for Victor were,
from the attack Frank Valenti (6g), Ethan Payne (3g-3a), Tom Rogemoser
(1g-3a) and Mike Domizio (2g) and from the midfield, Jason Houtenbrink
(1g-1a), Josh Sahr (1g-1a), Joe Coleman (2a), Kurt Sullivan (2a),
Steve Hearn (1G) and Tom Poitras (1g). Mitchell Liegerot recorded
1s and Cody Bennett added 6s for Victor.
Scoring one assisted goal
each for Mynderse were Chris D'Amato, Josh Kurdziolek and Dustin
Luckinbill. Assists were recorded by AJ Bachman (1a), Mike Warrick
(1a) and Kevin McCully (1a). Ben LaValley made 11s/16ga (41%). No
report from Mynderse.
McQuaid Jesuit led
8-1 at the half on the way to a 13-2 victory in GRALL competition
Scoring for the Knights were Mitch Ritchie (4g-3a),
Bill Napoli (2g), Evan Gallina (2g-1a), Dan Odorczyk (1g), Dan Sturnick
Scoring for Bath were
Brad Fuerst (1g) and
Chris Wolfer made 11s/13ga (46%).
was the 18-3 winner over Waterloo in Finger Lakes action this afternoon.
Scoring for Canandaigua were Jeremy Brown (3g-1a),
Connor Henderson (1g-1a), Brian Scheetz (1g-4a), Andrew Knoblauch
(1g), John Klein (3g-1a), Jordan Manzer (1g-2a), Charlie Sauter
(1a), Austin Rogers (2g), AJ Groot (1g), Tyler Wakefield (2g-1a),
Justin Tomzak (2a), Marshall Johnson (2g) and Kevin Peck (1g).
Scott Bement and Kyle
Carson split time for the Braves. Bement played the first 18 minutes
and recorded 4s/1ga (80%) and Carson finished the game and recorded
Scoring for Waterloo were Pete Vacca (2g) and Josh
Mateo (1g). Shawn Andrus, the goalie for Waterloo, recorded 7s/18ga
(28%). No report from Waterloo.
midfielder Jeff Konko picked up a ground ball after the face off
scored the winning goal in the second overtime period as
Spencerport beat host Greece Athena/Odyssey 10-9.
Scoring for Spencerport were
Kyle Breach (1g-2a), Pat Decker (2g-2a), Phil Schmid (1g), Jeff
Konko (1g), Luciano Petrella (2g), Jon Robinson (3g). Brad O’Keefe
made 2s and made Mike Palvino 17s.No report