| Saturday - CA, Fairport, Irondequoit Win || April 28, 2007 - Canandaigua was a decisive winner over Penn Yan today. Fairport beat Corning East 10-3, Schroeder
won the cross town game and Irondequoit remained undefeated with a win
over Gates Chili today. Other winners included Eastridge, Brighton,
R-H, C-C, Penfield and AQ
Penn Yan 10-5 this afternoon in a Finger Lakes division-1 game in a
game filled with offense.
The Mustangs came out to an early 2-0 lead after scoring the first two
goals at 10:23 and 4:34. Both goals were scored by Matt Osgood (the
first assisted by senior attackman Ryan Cook and the second unassisted).
A.J. Groot scored the first Canandaigua goal at 2:42 with an high inside
shot. The second Braves goal, and last of the first quarter, was scored
by Connor Henderson (assisted by Tyler Wakefield). Henderson led all
scorers with 5g. The first quarter ended in a 2-2 tie.
Canandaigua controlled the second quarter scoring two goals and holding
the Mustangs to none. The first was another goal by Henderson (this
time assisted by Groot). Henderson's shot hit Wickham, bounced off the
outside pipe and scored across the net just inside the pipe. The second
goal was a drive from behind from Justin Tomzak at 3:32. The Braves
took a 4-2 lead into halftime.
The third quarter began with a man-up Mustang goal as Osgood scored
his third goal with an assist from John Linnan. Canandaigua added their
own extra man goal at 5:33 when Henderson found the back of the net
(assisted by once again by Wakefield). Henderson also scored the next
goal after Andrew Knoblauch looked to the crease to find him open and
unguarded. The last goal in the quarter was another man-up goal for
the Braves as they looked to the diagonal with Brian Scheetz feeding
Wakefield. Scheetz leads the Braves in total assists with seventeen.
The third quarter ended with the Braves up 7-3.
Canandaigua scored the first two goals in the fourth quarter at 10:57
and 10:47. Henderson (again from Knoblauch) scored from a crease pass
for the first goal, while Groot scored from a face-off fast-break for
the second. The Mustangs scored the next two goals at 9:06 and their
last at 7:27. The first goal was scored when Wickham took the ball from
the save all the way to opposite net and the second was an outside shot
during man-up by Cole Castle (assisted by Linnan). The Braves scored
the final goal of the game with 6:31 remaining and was an unassisted
goal by Charlie Sauter.
Wickham, who is a senior, recorded 10s/10ga (50%) and played the entire
game for Penn Yan (5-4). The Braves' junior goalie Scott Bement recorded
an amazing 14s/5ga (74%) and was instrumental in the victory for CA
Scoring for Canandaigua were Henderson (5g), Groot (2g-1a), Wakefield
(1g-2a), Knoblauch (2a), Tomzak (1g), Sauter (1g) and Scheetz (1a).
Scoring for Penn Yan were Osgood (3g), Linnan (2a), Castle (1g), Wickham
(1g) and Cook (1a).
out 4-0 after the first period and led 7-2 at half. The Patriots extended
their lead to
9-4 going into the last quarter. Penfield was up 11-6 with 3:29 left
when Hilton fought back to make an 11-8
Scoring for Penfield were Kevin Green (3g-2a), Kyle Van Thof (2g-2a),
James Dwyer (2g), Kevin Roe (2g), Kyle Denhoff (2a), Toby
Terwilliger (1g) and Dan Huntington (1g). Brady Del Pozzo made 9s/8ga
(53%) for the Patriots (5-3).
Scoring for Hilton were Jeff Delong (3g), Jay Clifford (2g), Mike Crumlish
(1g), Matt Davidson (1g), James Moss (1g) and Alex Wood (1a).
Aaron Donahey had 14s/11ga (56%) for the Cadets (5-4).
their record to 6-2 with a 19-4 win over Greece Arcadia/Olympia (Lightning).
Scoring for the Lancers were Brandon Moynihan (4g-1a), Matt Driffill
(1g-7a), Alex Austin (4g-1a), Kevin Mahler (2g), Todd Horne (1g-1a),
Alan Ingrasio (2g-1a), Shane Driffill (2g), Curtis Scott (2g), Adam
Sisson (2a), and Mark Keller (1g). Eugene Fererra made 13s/2ga (87%). No
report from the Lightning.
under overcast skies and windy conditions, Churchville-Chili took
home a 15-4 victory from Honeoye Falls-Lima. The Saints started early,
running up a 7-0 advantage at the half with strong efforts from the
Scoring for the Saints were Ben Rossignolo (2g-3a), Jamie Englert (2g-2a),
Gino Marcello and Ryan Grogan (3g) each and Cory Mee (2g). Rounding
the scoring with one goal each were Doug Hemink, Keith Preston and Brian
Traugott. Sean Kettles recorded 9s/4ga (69%) for Churchville-Chili
Scoring for H-F-L (1-7) were Ian Griffin (1g) and Cade Norris (3g).
was Aquinas the 9-6 winner in a closely played game
at Midlakes. Aquinas started off with a 4-1 first quarter, but the Eagles
came back before the half which ended with the Little Irish up 5-4.
Both teams scored two in the thirds quarter.
"We played hard today," said Midlakes Coach Rich Doan. "Even
though scored didn't show it, we really did play a good game
today. I'm really proud of our kids."
Scoring for Aquinas were
Nick Berkompas (3g-2a), Austin Gorman (3g-1a), Marc Brondon (1g-1a),
Anthony Bianchi (1g-1a), and Neil Foley (1g). Alan Antinarelli had
10s/4ga (71%) in the first half and Kraig Heston had 9s/2ga (82%)
in the second half for AQ (4-5).
Scoring for Midlakes were Conor Hogan (2g), Glen Stevenson (1g-1a),
Tyler Brooks-Lambert (1a), Clay Hemminger (1g) and Nick Newland
(2g). Jared Schoonerman had 18s/9ga (67%) for the Eagles (3-5).
Fairport dominated in their win over Corning East, of
Section IV, 10-3.
The Red Raiders began the afternoon by scoring the first three goals
and giving the Red Raiders a 3-0 lead. Freshman Martin Manilla scored
the first goal of the game when Tom Rynn found him on a cross-crease
feed. Rynn led all scorers with 1g-3a. Fairport scored their next
two goals in uneven situations, the first in man-down and the second
in man-up. The first goal was scored by Shawn Runyon who ran through
the clear and dodged three different Trojans to find the back of
the net. The final goal of the first was an outside shot by Rynn
The second quarter began with a Corning East goal, as Mitch Keefer
drove and found the back of the net. The Red Raiders retaliated
with two goals, the first by Aaron Jones (assisted by Rynn) on a
crease pass, and the second by Mike Danylyshyn (unassisted). Danylyshyn
found a ground ball near the crease and capitalized for the goal.
Both of the final two goals of the half were scored in man-up, one
for each team. The first goal was for Corning East as Matt Pierotti
scored (assisted by Brendan Hennessy) with an outside side-arm rocket.
The Fairport goal was scored by Manilla (assisted by Runyon) on
a crease pass. The score was 6-2 at the half.
The third quarter's scoring was low with Fairport scoring the only
goal at 10:16. Brendan Saylor scored with an unassisted drive. The
score was 7-2 at the end of the third.
Fairport's Runyon scored his final goal of the game with an outside
shot at 10:12. The Trojan scored their last goal with 7:11 remaining
with a man-up goal by Pierotti from a ground ball pickup. Fairport's
also scored in man-up when Jones scored again (assisted by Rynn)
on a crease look. The final goal of the game was scored seven seconds
later on a face-off fast-break by Saylor (assisted by Jones).
Carter Bloor, of Corning East, was stellar at the face-off. Bloor,
who excelled in faceoffs for the Western team during the Empire
State Games, also dominated tonight with 13/15 (87%).
Sophomore Kristoffer Sterzin was dramatic for the Red Raiders (4-4)
with 11s/3ga (79%) while Tom Holden 7s/9ga (44%) and Neal Turkasz
1s/1ga (50%) both played for Corning East (10-2).
Scoring for Fairport were Rynn (1g-3a), Jones (2g-1a), Runyon (2g-1a),
Manilla (2g), Saylor (2g) and Danylyshyn (1g).
Scoring for Corning East were Pierotti (2g), Keefer (1g) and Hennessy
out to the early with a 7-0 lead after the first quarter and extended
their lead to 13-1 at half. Nine different players scored for the
Royal Comets won won 18-5.
Scoring for R-H were Nate Delone (5g), Bobby Pattridge (3g), Matt
Moran (2g-2a), Justin Rose (2g), Shane Alves (2g), Ryan Leonard
(1g-1a), Justin Gmeinweiser (1g-1a), Aaron Bethmann (1g), Jake Messimer
(1g), Andrew Ziccarelli (2a), while Brian Hantzis and David Hassett
each added 1a. Matt McShea started the game and made 6s/1ga (86%)
and Josh O'Shea finished with 7s/4ga (64%). Rush-Henrietta advances
Scoring for the Thunder were Jared Bennett (3g),
Nate Wallenhorst (1g-1a), James Andon (1g) and Joe Prestiagiacomo
Dave Tarana started in the goal and played the first half
recording 8s/13ga (38%). Nick Bellucco took over and had 1s/5ga
and Andrew Hosenfeld played for the last five minutes of the game
and made 2s/0ga for the Thunder (2-6).
visiting Gates Chili using 12 different players.
Irondequoit were Greg Wright (2g-4a), Andrew Hart (1g-1a), Nick
Kane (2g) and Brian Haight (1g-1a). Drew Coholan, Kevin Coholan,
Dan Utz, Mike Wallenhorst, Tyler Kleehammer, Dan Hershelman, Andrew
Goodlein and Brad Williams each added one goal. Zach Nash (6s) and
Tyler Watkins (3s) shared the goal tending duties for the Eagles,
who at (8-0) are the only undefeated team left in Section Five.
No report from Gates Chili.
was Webster vs Webster tonight at McAvoy park and it was Schroeder defeating
Scoring began with Dom Scalzo assisting Nick Scalzo at 9:17. This
was the only time in the game that the Titans led. Less than a minute
later the Warriors were on the scoreboard with a goal from Andy
Winslow (assisted by Nick Mooney). Schroeder scored again a minute
later at 7:31 with an unassisted goal by Grant Catalino on a drive
from behind the cage. Catalino led all scorers with 5g-2a, although
it would take Catalino some time to warm up as he scored 3g-1a in
just the fourth quarter. Schroeder scored their third goal with
5:30 remaining in the first when senior defenseman Steve Sullivan
took the ball the length of the field to score. Thomas scored again
on a feed from behind by Max Gurowski to Brendon Rothfuss with 4:05
left. Schroeder ended the scoring after a one-on-one drive by Mooney.
The first quarter ended with Schroeder the 4-2 leader.
Schroeder scored the first two goals of the second quarter at 9:59
and 9:53. The first score was a double and dump from Austin Orsini
to Mike Barilla. The second goal resulted from the face-off fast-break
when Drew Palmer picked up the ground ball and found Mike Tota on
the crease. Palmer was a major player at the face-off's grabbing
seven face-off ground balls. Barilla and Chris Topping split face-off
duty for Schroeder winning a combined 17/27 (63%); Barilla 9/14
(64%), Topping 8/13 (62%). Thomas scored their third goal in the
game with an unassisted goal by Dom Scalzo. Schroeder scored another
fast-break goal at 6:58 when Barilla scored with an assist from
senior defenseman Tim Winslow. A cross-crease look by Billy Gurowski
netted a goal by Rothfuss for the Titans to bring the score to 7-4,
but Tota scored at 3:49 remaining after a ground ball fight to bring
the halftime score to 8-4 Schroeder.
The third quarter started with a man-up goal at 11:52 as on the
first play of the half Catalino found Tota for the goal. One minute
later Schroeder scored again after the Warriors ride broke the Titan
clear and Tota found a wide open net. Thomas scored the next goal
on yet another cross-crease pass, this time by Max Gurowski feeding
Dan Hinderland. The Warriors added to the scoring for the third
quarter with two more goals. The first was at 4:37 with Mooney scoring
(assisted by Barilla) and the second a minute later at 3:27 with
Catalino (again unassisted) finding the back of the net. The third
ended with the Warriors ahead 12-5.
Thomas opened up the scoring
in the fourth with a drive by Pat Morrill at 11:35. Schroeder scored
the next three goals, the first was by Andy Winslow (from Barilla)
at 9:58. Catalino scored the next two goals (both unassisted) at
9:34 and 8:28. The first was on a drive from the right side where
he powered himself in for the shot, and the second was from a drove
all the way around the backside of the net. Thomas scored again
from a fast-break. This time junior defenseman Jake Ziegler found
Remington Fox open. Schroeder scored man-up as Andy Winslow scored
(assisted by Catalino) and then Catalino scored his own from a fast-break.
Thomas' next goal was spectacular as Rothfuss shot behind his back
after receiving a feed from Nick Scalzo. Schroeder's final goal
came from TJ Knauf (assisted by Orsini) at 3:41. The Titans scored
the last goal of the night with an unassisted goal from Dom Scalzo
Thomas saw a strong defensive effort from Ziegler
as he recorded two one-on-one take aways during the game.
Both teams played their secondary goalies, junior
Brian Enck for Schroeder saw four minutes recording 1s/1ga (50%)
while James O'Neil, a sophomore goalie for the Titans, saw seven
minutes with 2s/1ga (66%). The starting goalies, senior Zach Marshall
8s/8ga (50%) and Austin Fox 8s/17ga (32%), both had a number of
close to the crease saves.
Scoring for Webster Schroeder were Catalino
(5g-2a), Tota (4g), Barilla (2g-2a), Andy Winslow (3g), Mooney (2g-1a),
Orsini (2a), Sullivan (1g), Knauf (1g), Palmer (1a) and Tim Winslow
(1a). Catalino's performance tonight put him at 50 points
thus far for the season. Schroeder advances to 8-1.
Scoring for Webster Thomas were
Dom Scalzo (2g-1a), Morrill (2g), Rothfuss (2g), Nick Scalzo (1g-1a),
Max Gurowski (2a), Hinderland (1g), Fox (1g), Billy Gurowski (1a)
and Ziegler (1a). Thomas drops to 7-4.
scored the first three goals and the first quarter which ended with
The Rangers up 4-2. Brighton came back and outscored
Spencerport 6-1 in the second quarter to take an 8-5 half time lead.
The Barons scored in the first minute of the third quarter in man
up. At the end of the third quarter Brighton was up 11 - 6. Brighton
scored two more goals in the fourth to win the game 13-6.
Justine Hillery lead the scoring for Brighton with seven points
(3g-4a). Ryan Conti tallied (4g-1a) and Tim Williams added (3g),
Jake Anderson, Peter Jeffries, and Josh Uline each added one goal
and one assist. Noah Berg finished with 15s/6ga (71%) for the Barons
Scoring for Spencerport were Justin Putt (2g) and Jeff Konko, Jon
Robinson, Patrick Decker, and Rich LaRock who each added a goal.
Phillip Schmid, Luciano Petrella, and Dave Stevens each added an
assist while Mike Palvino recorded 17s/13ga (57%) for the Rangers