| May 12, 2008 - Greece Ath/Ody was a 9-3 winner over Pal-Mac, Midlakes
won 15-11 in their game at Batavia, Penn Yan won 18-4 over Victor and Hilton
defeated R-H 19-12 in Monday action.
Penn Yan 18 - Victor 4
different players made the scorebook for Penn Yan as they defeated Victor,
18-4 in Finger Lakes-1 play tonight at Penn Yan. Penn Yan started with a 3-1
first quarter lead and led 9-1 at the half.
Scoring for Penn Yan Nate Nichols
(2g), Adam Trombley (1g-7a), Matt Osgood (5g-3a), Cole Castle (1g), John Linnan
(4g), Jamil Modafarri (2g), Jordan Owen (1g), Anthony Luppino (1g), Kris Erskine
(1g), Adam Stork (1a) and Ty Trombley (1a). Ethan Kamholtz had 12s/4ga for
the Mustangs (8-6).
Scoring for Victor were Ethan Payne(2g), Alex Rogemoser(2a), Frank Valenti(1g),
Trevor O'Shea(1g) and Collin O'Shea(1a). Kevin Donnelly made 15s/18ga for the
Blue Devils (6-10).
Hilton 19 - Rush-Henrietta 12
Hilton broke a 3-3 first quarter tie with four unanswered goals to take a 7-3 halftime
lead. The third quarter also went to Hilton (8-5) and both teams added four
goals in the fourth quarter.
Scoring for Hilton were Kyle Youngman (1g), Mike Crumlish (4g), David Smith
(2g-1a), Jay Clifford (2g-1a), Matt Davidson (1g-1a),
Colin Walker (3g-1a), Aaron Hayward (1g-1a), James Moss (3g-2a) and Jimmy Gafney
(2g). Brad Speer had 13s/10ga (42 mins) and Seth Kohler had 1s/2ga (6 mins)
for the Cadets (6-7).
Scoring for Rush-Henrietta were Nate DeLone (2g), Ryan Leonard (1g-1a), Bobby
Pattridge (2g), Colin Cornaire (5g-1a), Mark Mattacio (1g) and Jon Neri (1g).
Josh O'Shea made 8s/16ga (36 mins) and Corey Spuck added 1s/4ga (12 mins) for
the Royal Comets (3-10).
Greece Ath/Ody 9 - Pal-Mac 3
Greece Thunder (Ath/Ody) defeated host Pal-Mac 9 to 3. Defenseman
Joe Prestigiacomo started the scoring about 8 minutes into the game. Middie
Phil Lane moved to attack for this game due to an injury to Thunder attackman
Nate Wallenhorst, and he answered the call with four goals and two assists.
At the half the score was 4-2 Thunder. The Greece defense stepped up and kept
Pal-Mac scoreless in the 4th quarter. Brandon Cheeseman recorded 16 ground
balls, while Joe Prestigiacomo added another 11. Two of the three Pal-Mac scores
were on man-up possessions.
Scoring for the Thunder were Phil Bond (2g), Phil Lane (4g-2a), Danny Vyverberg
(1g), Eric Bodine (1g-1a), Joe Prestigiacomo (1g), Gino Prestigiacomo (2a)
and Greg Ryan (1a) and 8/13 face offs). Andrew Hosenfeld had 6s/3ga for Ath/Ody
Scoring for Pal-Mac were Steve VanDewalle (1g), Justin Closser (1g) and Pete
Maklos (1g-1a). Tim Doyle made 14s/9ga.
Midlakes 15 - Batavia 11
Midlakes took the first quarter 4-1 and Batavia came back in the second quarter but
the half ended with Midlakes up 6-5 on their way to a 15-11 win at Batavia.
took the third quarter 7-4 and both teams scored two goals in the last quarter.
Scoring for Midlakes were Conor Hogan (2g-1a), Tyler Brooks-Lambert (3g-5a),
Nick Newland (3g-1a), Tom Cheney (4g), and Ben Uveges (3g-4a). Jared Schoonerman
recorded 8s/11ga for the Screaming Eagles (6-8).
Scoring for Batavia were Joe Muoio (2g-3a), Will Mulcahy (2g-1a), Ian Chapman
(5g-1a), Vinny Pedro (1a) and Chip Chapman (2g-1a). Matt Landfried had 19s/15ga
for the Blue Devils (1-11).
Mynderse 14 - Newark 13
two additional goals in the first quarter was the difference as Mynderse defeated
Newark 14-13 in Finger Lakes action last night. The Blue Devils won the first
quarter 4-2 while both teams tied in the second and thir quarters.
in the lead 14 - 11 with 5:05 left Newark scored two goals in the last :18
seconds (both by Collin Johnson) to pull to within one goal. the last goal
came with 5 seconds left.
Scoring for Mynderse were Steve Lucchesi (2g-1a), A.J. Bachman (5g), Dustin
Luckinbill (3g-4a), Mike Warrick (1g-3a), Matt Koopman (2g-1a), and Nick Giovannini
(1g). Brian Mulheron made 2 saves/13ga for Mynderse (3-9).
Scoring for Newark were Stephen Johnson (2g-1a), Colin Johnson (2g-2a), Schuyler
Depauw (3g-1a), RJ VanDeMortel (1g-1a),
Jack Timerson (3g-1a) and Cody Skinner (1g-1a). Ben Hartman recorded 12s/14ga
for the Reds (6-8).