| Thursday - League Play || May 10, 2007 - With league games the mainstay, winners included Fairport or Penfield, Schroeder over RH and Irondequoit over Pittsford. Other winners included Brockport, Spencerport, CC, Thomas. HFL and McQuaid Jesuit.
their respective records, it would be difficult for Schroeder to
see Rush-Henrietta as a real threat, but for the first 34 minutes of
the game it could have been a win for either team. The last 14 minutes,
however, saw the Warriors came alive, scoring seven goals for a 13-5
win at home.
Schroeder started out with the first three goals. Mike Tota retrieved
a ground ball near the crease, turned hard and bounced the ball past
Matt McShea at 10:46. Grant Catalino received a cross field pass from
Austin Orsini at 6:57 for the first of his 5g-3a outing. The boys reversed
the honors two minutes later as Catalino drove into a double team and
dished the ball for Orsini who scored on the far-side open net. Rush
got on the scoreboard at the four minute mark when Nate Delone cut hard
to the crease and received the ball from Matt Moran. Justin Rose ended
the quarter with an unassisted goal scored during the Royal Comet clear.
The first quarter ended with Schroeder up 3-2.
Catalino scored the first goal of the second quarter (unassisted) at
9:32 after taking the ball from the R-H clearing team, picking up the
ground ball and driving to the goal. With the scored 4-2, Rush brought
it back to within one with an unassisted goal by Colin Cornaire at 7:48.
Cornaire dodged a lunging Webster defenseman and shot at nearly point
blank range on Zach Marshall. Schroeder scored the next two goals, both
unassisted. The first was from Mike Barilla on a diving shot in front
of the crease, and the second was by Catalino, with 0:59 left, who sprinted
to the goal after catching a long clearing pass from long stick, Drew
Palmer. Moran finished the half with a goal for R-H at 0:04 after driving
from behind the cage, dodging one defensive player and scoring with
a wrist shot. The half ended with the Warriors frustrated, the Royal
Comets high with enthusiasm and the scored 6-4 for Webster.
At the start of the third quarter, Rose scored another unassisted goal,
this one a side arm shot rising to the top corner at 9:14 as the Warriors
continued to struggle with overthrown passes and failure to "take
care of the ball", but not for too much longer. Moran's goal was
the last score for R-H and Schroeder scored two more in the third quarter
and five more in the fourth quarter. Orsini, who scored 3g-3a was the
next to add points to the Webster side with an unassisted bounce shot
at 4:33 and Tota finished the quarter on a pass from Catalino (doubled
and dump). The Warriors led after three quarters, 8-5.
The last quarter was all Schroeder starting with a Catalino rising side
arm to the right corner at 8:58. Nick Mooney scored at 7:48 with a cross
face feed from Orsini. Catalino hit again, just twenty seconds later
with a spectacular shot after dodging five players, being knocked to
the ground, and shooting while sitting on the ground in front of the
goal. Coach Gottko called for check of Catalino's stick and no penalty
was assessed. Less than a minute later Barilla cut to the goal and scored
on a feed from Orsini who scored the last goal of the game after receiving
a cross-face feed from Catalino.
"It's always easier to get kids up for games with Fairport or Irondequoit,
but I told the kids to just play one quarter at a time", said a
smiling Coach Matt Petz after the game. "They [Rush-Henrietta]
played a great game today."
Scoring for Schroeder were Catalino (5g-3a), Tota (2g), Orsini (3g-3a),
Barilla (2g) and Mooney (1g). Zach Marshall had 7s/5ga (58%). Brian
Enck entered the game with a little over three minutes left in the game
and made 2s/0ga for Schroeder who advances to 12-1.
Scoring for Rush-Henrietta were Rose (2g), Moran (1g-1a), Delone (1g)
and Cornaire (1g). Matt McShea played all but 3:09 in the game and made
11s/13ga (46%) and Josh O'Shea finished the game, but did not face a
shot for R-H (7-5).
Aquinas jumped out to a 4-0 lead but after that it was
all McQuaid Jesuit as they won 18-12. The halftime score was
11-6 for McQuaid Jesuit.
Scoring for McQuaid Jesuit were Mitch Ritchie (6g-1a), Dan Sturnick (5g-2a), JD Ayer
(3g-2a), Evan Gallina (2g-2a), Dan Odorczyk (2a), Jeff MacDonald (1g) and Corey
Flanigan (1g). In the cage junior Dan Caufield recorded 9s/12ga (43%) for the
Scoring for Aquinas were Nick Berkompas (1g-5a), Anthony Bianchi (3g-1a), Austin
Gorman (2g-2a), Marc Brondon (2g-1a), Cameron Corsaro (2g), Neil Foley (2g) and
Sean Hickey (1a). Senior Alan Antinarelli 7s/11ga (39%) and sophomore Kraig Heston
6s/7ga (46%) split time for the Little Irish (7-7).
Starting the backup goalie and many reserves, Churchville-Chili defeated
Batavia 16-1. The game was dominated by Churchville throughout with
Batavia's lone goal coming at 5:26 in the first quarter as their first
man-up opportunity expired. After that, it was all Churchville.
With the team goal of scoring every goal with an assist, the Saints managed 9
assists to go with their 16 goals. The Saints defense limited Batavia to eight
shots (five on cage). Ground balls were plentiful with the Saints having a 56-11
edge. Four different C-C players handled the face-off duties with a 17 to 4 advantage.
Scoring for Churchville-Chili were Ryan Grogan (3g-2a), Jamie Englert (1g-3a),
Gino Marcello (3g), David Terrell (2g-1a), Doug Hemink and Jeff Langschwager
(2g each), Brian Traugott (2a), Danny Lupiani, Cody Rumsey and Brian Briggs each
had a goal and Ben Rossignolo rounds out the scoring with an assist. In the cage,
Adam DiFulvio managed 4s/1ga (80%) to get the win for the Saints (11-2).
Scoring for Batavia were Joe Muoio (1g) and Zach Fay (1a). Goalie Matt Landfied
recorded 24s/16ga (60%) for the Blue Devils (0-14).
the game seemed to be close, Fairport defeated Penfield for
the second time this season 13-9. Fairport dominated the game early as they took
an 8-0 before the Patriots scored the last two goals of the half for an 8-2 halftime
Fairport began the scoring run with 10:52 left as Tom Rynn took a hard outside
sidearm shot that rocketed past Brady Del Pozzo. The next goal was scored as Aaron
Jones drove from behind the cage at 9:42. The third goal occurred at 8:30 as
Zach Hamilton caught an inside feed and after dodging three different players
and then finished with the goal. The Patriots were forced to call a time-out
to try and slow down the Red Raiders offensive push. Hamilton scored the next
goal as he drove from the top and fired a rocket low and off-stick. Mike Danylyshyn
scored the next goal after taking on two Patriot defensemen and shooting from
the crease at 3:54. 0:36 seconds later Fairport scored their last goal of the
quarter as Danylyshyn fed Shawn Runyon on the crease. The Red Raiders led the
first quarter 6-0.
Fairport also scored the first two goals of the second quarter as, at 9:41, Brendan
Saylor scored a fast-break goal (assisted by Eric Martin). Martin's pass was
slightly high and Saylor had to jump for it, shooting on the way down. Runyon
took the next shot, which went wide of the goal, allowing Danylyshyn to fight
for a hard ground ball only to look back to Runyon who put the shot away the
second time around. The Patriots scored the last two goals of the half. At 3:03
Penfield's Kyle Vanthof drove from behind. This was Vanthof's fourth shot of
the game (the first three missing the cage). Vanthof finished the game with 8s/3on/2g.
Penfield's second goal of the game was scored by James Dwyer, who picking up
a ground ball, put the shot in the back of the net. The goal was scored with
only 0:06 remaining. The score at halftime was 8-2.
Fairport starting off the scoring again in the third quarter as Martin Manilla
scored after Martin looked inside to find him alone on the crease. Martin scored
one of his own next (assisted by Rynn). Rynn took the ball on a sweep from right
to left drawing both defenseman then hit the open Martin waiting for the shot.
Penfield scored the next two goals, the first from a ground ball on the crease
by Dwyer and the second from a drive in by Paul Leonhard. Leonhard's shot hit
off the pipe which then bounced off goalie Kristoffer Sterzin and back into the
goal. The score was 10-4. Fairport scored the next three goals at 5:44, 3:36
and 1:49. The first two goals were scored by Martin on back-door cuts. The first
was assisted by Runyon and the second by John McDonnell. The third goal was scored
during a man-up play as Aaron Jones took a hard outside shot (assisted by Rynn).
That was the final goal of the game for the Red Raiders, the Patriots scored
the last five, including two in the third and three in the fourth. The final
two goals of the third were scored at 1:24 and 0:31 as Vanthof scored on a sweeping
drive and Dan Huntington scored using the same move. The score after three quarters
The Patriots scored the only three goals of the final quarter. The first came
from a cross-crease pass by Vanthof finding Kevin Green open at 10:03. Vanthoff
assisted on the second goal, which didn't occur until 2:02, as during extra man
offense, Huntington scored again. Huntington also was accredited with the final
goal as the ball was dropped in by the goalie.
Shooting for the Red Raiders was spread out as six different players took more
then five shots. Additionally, Manilla scored on all three shots that he took
and Hamilton scored on both of his shots.
In the cage, sophomores Brady Del Pozzo and Derek VanOrman split time. Although
VanOrman didn't see any shots on cage he did play 3 minutes. Del Pozzo finished
the game with 9s/13ga (41%) for the Patriots (6-6). Sophomore Kristoffer Sterzin
ended 6s/6ga (50%) and senior Matthew Hurley was 2s/3ga (40%) for the Red Raiders
Scoring for Fairport were Manilla (3g), Danylyshyn (2g-1a), Rynn (1g-2a), Martin
(1g-2a), Runyon (1g-2a), Jones (2g), Hamilton (2g), Saylor (1g) and McDonnell
Scoring for Penfield were Vanthof (2g-2a), Huntington (3g), Dwyer (2g), Leonhard
(1g) and Green (1g).
Spencerport defeated Greece Arcadia/Olympia
today 11-2. The Rangers won every quarter (3-1, 2-0, 2-1, 4-0).
for Spencerport were Patrick Decker (4g-1a), Justin Putt (2g-3a),
Phil Schmid (3g), Kyle Breach (2g-1a), Jeff Konko (1a) and Luciano
Petrella (1a). In the cage junior Mike Palvino recorded 142/16ga
(88%) for the Rangers (4-9). No report was
received from Greece Arc/Oly.
For the second time this year, it was Honeoye
Falls-Lima over Brighton, this time with a score of 10-8.
Brighton started scoring in the first minute of play with a goal by Justin Hillery.
Two more Brighton goals followed giving the Barons a 3-0 lead before the Cougars
made the scorebook. Tyler Burgasser marked the beginning of HF-L’s charge
with their first goal. Cade Norris, Matt Lescynski, and Zach Whyte added their
own goals to rally to a 4-3 lead over the Barons at the end of the first quarter.
In the second quarter, Taylor Galbraith scored two more goals for Brighton with
teammate Tim Williams adding one of his own. No Cougars scored in the second,
giving the Barons a6-4 lead going into the half.
After the break, both teams came out fighting, adding two more goals each. Ian
Griffin scored both goals for HF-L.
HF-L’s defense, led by Phil Fahy and goalie Pat Roach, came out strong
in the final quarter, holding the Barons scoreless in twelve minutes. Norris
contributed two more goals in the fourth. Matt Garvey and Lesczynski added the
final two goals for the win for HFL (2-10) as they went on to beat Brighton (4-9)
for the second time this season.
Scoring for HF-L were Cade Norris (3g-1a), Tyler Burgasser (1g-1a), Zach Whyte
(1g-1a), Matt Garvey (1g), Matt Lesczynski (2g), and Ian Griffin (2g). Pat Roach
had 8s/8ga (50%).
Scoring for Brighton were Tim Williams (4g), Taylor Galbraith (2g), Justin Hillery
(1g), and Peter Jefferies (1g). Ryan Conti added 3 assists.
Irondequoit was a 12-6 win over Pittsford
at Sutherland High School stadium.
Scoring for Irondequoit were
Drew Coholan (3g-1a), Greg Wright (1g-3a), Nick Kane (2g), Todd Laemlein (2g),
Tyler Kleehammer (2g), Kevin Coholan (1g-1a), Bryan Haight (1g) and Dan Utz
(1a). In the cage Zach Nash was 7s/5ga (58%) and Geoff Morse was 2s/1ga (66%)
for the Eagles (11-2).
Scoring for Pittsford were each with one goal
Connor McDermott, Doug Milano-Johnson, Cameron Edmiston and Brett Bridges.
Chris Kist recorded 1a. In the cage junior Brendan Green recorded 11s/12ga
(48%) for the Panthers (4-5). The sixth goal was not reported by
Thomas defeated Hilton 14-7. Seven different
players scored for Hilton, Mike Crumlish (2g), Jay Clifford (1g-1a),
Kyle Hayward (1g-1a), Jared McCaughey (1g), Colin Walker (1g), Eli
Towner (1g) and Steve Bernsten (1a). Aaron Donahey 11s/12ga (48%)
and Tim O'Toole 2s/2ga (50%) split time for Hilton (8-6). No
report from Thomas.
Brockport won against Greece Athena/Odyssey
Scoring for Brockport were Tucker English (2g-2a), Trevor Hayward (2g-1a),
Adam Nauerth (2g), Kacie Jones (2g), Justin Klymochko (1g-2a),
Andrew Willis (1g-1a), Jake Burns (1g-1a), Will Glynn (1g-1a), Sean Bittner
(1g), Tyler Sutphen (1g), Braden Flynn (1g), Sean Ryan (1a) and Ryan Pratt
(1a). Connor Mykins had 15s/3ga (83%) in 3 quarters and John Duthoy had 1s
in 1 quarter of play for Brockport (7-5).
for Ath/Ody were Jeremy Fitzgerald (3g), Nate Wallenhorst (1g-1a)
and Jared Bennett (1g-1a). In the cage, senior Dave Tarana recorded