| May 10, 2008 - Section Five teams won four games and lost two to out
of Section games today. Winning were McQuaid Jesuit (10-9 OT) over St. Francis,
Penfield (15-6) over Binghamton, Geneva (12-4) over Marcellus, and Pittsford
(7-3 unconfirmed) over Frontier. Penn Yan lost to Lafayette (1-8) and Schroeder
lost to Hamburg 16-15. In other games Ath/Ody beat Batavia, Irondequoit beat
R-H, BH was a 13-7 winner over Newark, Waterloo beat Mynderse and Aquinas
beat Victor 13-10.
Bloomfield-Honeoye 13 - Newark 7
Bloomfield-Honeoye was a 13-7 winner against host Newark in Finger Lakes D-2 action on Saturday
morning. The "Bombdogs" took a 5-1 first quarter lead to a 6-4 halftime
score. In the third quarter BK outscored the Reds 6-3.
Scoring for Bloomfield-Honeoye were Sean Beaney (2g-6a), Luke Anderson (3g-1a),
Chance Sullivan (3g), Cody Herrgesell (1g-2a) and one goal each from Lucas
Mashtare, Ben Cratsley, Dallon Schultz and Zach Blain. Max Van Orman 9s/8ga
for HB (4-9).
Scoring for Newark were Stephen Johnson (2g-1a), Eric Stivers (2g), Schuyler
DePauw (1g-1a), Colin Johnson (1g), J Timerson (?) (1g), Chad Morrison (1a)
and Kyle Bree (1a). Hartman made 6s/13ga for Newark (6-7). No Report from Newark.
Irondequoit 18 - Rush-Henrietta 7
Irondequoit defeated Rush-Henrietta in Monroe Count D-1 competition with a score of 18-7.
Each team scored two goals in the first quarter, but Irondequoit pumped it
up in the second and led at the half 10-5.
Scoring for Irondequoit were Tony Micelotta (2g-2a), Nick Padulo (2g), Mike
Wallenhorst (2g), Greg Wright (4g-5a), Drew Coholan (4g-2a), Mike Beckwith
(1g), Henry Burton (1g) and Ian Brooks (2g). Geoff Morse had 8s/7ga for the
Scoring for Rush-Henrietta were Nate DeLone (4g ), Joe Perkins (1g), Colin
Cornaire (2g) and Brad Sauln (1a). Josh O'Shea made 10s/18ga (42 mins) and
Corey Spuck came in at 6:13 in the 4th, had 2s/0ga for the Royal Comets (3-9).
Greece Thunder 17 - Batavia 5
different players made the scorebook as Greece Thunder (Athena/Odyssey) defeated
Batavia 17-5 at Athena High School. Eighth grade midfielder Gino Prestigiacomo
got the Thunder on the score board first with a nice give and go from Danny
Vyverberg. Phil Bond had his biggest day at attack, scoring a season high six
goals for the Thunder.
At the half the score was 9 to 4, and the Thunder did
not let down in the third as the defense kept the Blue Devils scoreless. Andrew
Hosenfeld had 10 saves in three quarters and Brandon Cheeseman and Joe Prestigiacomo
were strong at defense combining for 19 ground balls. Greg Ryan had another
good day at face-off, winning 16 of 23 (70%).
Scoring for the Thunder were Phil Bond (6g), Nate Wallenhorst (3g-6a), Danny
Vyverberg (1g-2a), Gino Prestigiacomo (2g), Phil Lane (2g-1a), Eric Bodine
(1g), Greg Ryan (1g-2a), Mike LoFaso (1g, his first on Varsity) and Isaac
Floyd (1a). Andrew Hosenfeld made 10s/5ga (38 mins) and Josh Bihrle added 2s/0ga
(38 mins) for the Thunder (4-7).
Scoring for Batavia were Joe Muoio (1g-2a), Will Mulcahy (2g), Chip Chapman
(1g-1a), Zach Fay (1a) and Vinny Pedro (1g). Matt Landfried had 22s/17ga for
Waterloo 13 - Mynderse 9
first and second quarters where each team scored two goals, Waterloo broke
loose in the second half , outscoring Mynderse 9-5 to give the Indians a 13-9
victory at home.
Scoring for Waterloo were Rob Goodenow (2g), Joe Shaffer (3g-2a), Pete Vacca
(1g-1a), Jeff Wadhams (1g-1a), Curtis Brosius (3g-2a), Chance Lowry (1g) and
Jon Asbury (2g-1a). Zach Ramirez had 15s/9ga in goal for Waterloo (4-9).
Scoring for Mynderse were Steve Lucchessi (1a), Dustin Luckinbill (3g-2a),
Matt Koopman (5g), Nick Giovanni (1g), Sam Knipper (1a) and Jesse Jana (1a).
Brad Dove had 10s/13ga in goal for Mynderse (2-9). No report from Mynderse.
McQuaid Jesuit 10 - St. Francis 9 Overtime
Ritchie scored the winning goal in overtime as McQuaid Jesuit beat
visiting St Francis (Section 6) 10-9 and avenging their earlier loss back in
April. The Knights had a 7-3 lead at the halftime break.
Scoring for McQuaid Jesuit were JD Ayer (2g), Jeff MacDonald (1g), Mitch Ritchie (4g),
Nick Caton (1g-1a), Eric Wright (1g) and Nick Wolak (1a). Danny Caufield had
25 s/9ga for McQuaid Jesuit (10-4).
No statistics were available for St. Francis (6-6) today.
Geneva 12 - Marcellus 4
Geneva defeated Marcellus (Section Three) 12-4. The Panthers were led "from a
strong showing for the long poles (Tyler Travis, Bobby Martin, Mike Reale and
Mike Warner) and Ross Dinan in the goal," said Coach LJ Russell. The Panthers
led 5-1 at the half. In the cage Dinan finished with 15s/4ga (79%). Marcellus
goalie Giarusso finished with 11s/12ga.
Scoring for Geneva were Alex Love (5g-2a), Eric Legott (2g-1a), Kyle Boncaro
(2g), Jim Warner (2) and Frank Triana (1g).
Scoring for Marcellus were Sean Conley (2g), DJ Merriman (1g-1a) and Tyler
Hamburg 16 - Schroeder 15
Hamburg (Section 6) was a one goal winner over visiting Schroeder 16-15 in this Saturday
afternoon game. The Bulldogs, ranked #9 in the class B NYS poll, took a 5-2
lead after the first quarter and led at the half 11-6. A big third quarter
effort (6-2) brought the Warriors back to within one when they ended the quarter
Webster tied the game with just over six minutes left in the game
on a goal scored by Mike Tota with an assist from Joe Matison. They then took
the lead less than a minute later with a goal by Tota (assisted by Chris Mason).
Hamburg, however scored the last two goals of the game including the game winner
by Matt Springer who ended the game with (3g-4a).
Scoring for Hamburg were Matt Springer (3g-5a), Jerry Feuerstein (4g-1a), joe
Resetarits (6g-4a), Jon Crean (1g-1a), Nate Rivera (1g), Josh Kerr (1g), Jon
Domres (1a) and Matt Thomas (1a). Sophomore goal James Maxwell made 9s/15ga
for Hamburg (13-0).
Scoring for Schroeder were Cody Consul (3g-3a), Mike Tota (4g-4a), Chris Mason
(1g-3a), Joe Matison (1g-1a), Pete Noto (2g), Nick Mooney (2g), Chris Topping
(1g), and Billy Harris (1g). Scott Tota recorded 13s/16ga for Schroeder (5-6)..
a more complete look at the numbers, check out the full
Pittsford 7 - Frontier 3
a 7-3 winner over Frontier (Section 6 - Buffalo) in their Saturday morning
game at Sutherland.
Scoring fro Pittsford were Alex Kober (3g), Thomas Rodenhouse (2g-1a), TJ
Iuppa (1a), Conor McDermott (1g-1a ), James Purpura (2a), Jimmy O'Neil (1g)
and David Quinzi (1a). Brendan Green 15s/1ga and Ernie Hook added 3s/2ga for
No stats were available for Frontier.
Penfield 15 - Binghamton 6
Penfield took an 8-1 in the first quarter, led 13-2 at the half, and extended it to
15-3 by the end of the third quarter before finishing with a 15-6 win over
host Binghamton (Section 4). Kyle Vanthof who scored (4g-5a) won 12/13 face-offs
and added 6 gbs fro the Patriots who improved their undefeated season at 12-0.
Scoring for Penfield were Connor Rice (5g-2a), Kyle Vanthof (4g-5a), James
Dwyer (3g), Kevin Westcott (1g), Toby Terwilliger (2a) and Tucker Nelson (2g).
Brady DelPozzo had 4s/3ga (36 mins) and Kyle Semrau added 3s/3ga (12 mins)
Scoring for Binghamton were Brian Benedict (2g), Nate Garbarino (1g-1a), Matt
Hodnik (1g), Tom Engle (1g), Kyle Brewer (1g) and Miles Brady (1a). Kevin Madden
recorded 5s/13ga (24 mins) and Matt Gladstone finished with 4s/2ga (24 mins)
for Binghamton (5-9).
Binghamton's record is now 5-9.
Aquinas 13 - Victor 10
Aquinas led throughout the game with a 4-3 first quarter score followed by a 9-4 half
time lead on their way to a 13-10 win over Victor in non-league action tonight
at Victor. There were 19 penalties assessed in the game. Victor scored on 3
of 9 and Aquinas scored on 3 of 10.
Scoring for Aquinas were Cameron Corsaro (5g-1a), Anthony Bianchi (4g), Marc
Brondon (3g-2a), Austin Gorman (3a), Mike Messina (1g), Casey Vogl (1a) and
Manny Magliocco (1a). Kraig Heston made 26s/10ga for the Little Irish (11-4).
Scoring for Victor were Frank Valenti (5g), Ethan Payne (4g-1a), Trevor O'Shea
(1g-1a), Vince Pettrone (3a) and Alex Rogemoser (1a). Kevin Donnelly had 18s/13ga
for the Blue Devils (6-9). No Report from Aquinas.
LaFayette 16 - Penn Yan 6
a 16-6 winner over visiting Penn Yan in Saturday competition. The Mustangs
led 5-4 after the first quarter by Lafayette returned to take an 8-6 lead at
the half. Lafayette (14-1) is ranked first in the NYS poll this week. Penn
Yan (7-4) is ranked fourteenth. In the cage, Ethan Kamholtz played a solid
game with 22s/16ga (58%).
Scoring for Penn Yan were Adam Trombley (2g-3a), Matt Osgood (3g), Cole Castle
(2g-1a) and John Linnan (1g-1a).
Stats were not available for Lafayette.