Churchville-Chili had another exciting season as they finished with a 14-4 record and placed first in Monroe County D-3 with a 13-1 record. Seeded second in the Class B tournament, they beat Eastridge in the quarter finals but lost to Canandaigua in the semis.
Nineteen players made the offensive book for the Saints. Six had at least thirty points. Sophomore attackman Trevor Hodgins continued to lead the offense and this year led in goals, assists and points with 38g-19a (57 pts). In his first three years playing on the Varsity he has a career record of 81g-57a (138 pts). He also led the team this year in ground ball production with seventy-seven. Senior middies Pat Bonafede (16g-17a), Nick Gray (30g-12) and Kevin O'Donnell (26g-4a), sophomore attackman Aaron Buck (29g-5a) and freshman attackman Ryan Cosgrove (20g-16a) along with Hodgins produced eighty percent of the 290 points recorded by the Saints in 2012. Most of the goal time was taken by senior Jack Corcoran who made 85 saves (51%). The rest was taken by sophomore Mike Yehl who made 30 saves (70%). Senior defensemen Nick Bruno and Bobby Wheeler along with Pat McMahon and LSM Nolan Jessop combined for a powerful defensive group that finished with the fourth best defense in Section Five (5.12 gaa). Bruno led the team in defensive take ways with nineteen. Although the Saints tried six different players for their draws, most were taken by O'Donnell who won 51 (49%) and Hodgins who won 30 (55%).
After taking the MCD-3 title, Churchville-Chili was awarded five first team taps and four on the second team. Top honors went to Jessop, Hodgins, Gray, Wheeler and Bruno. Second team honors went to Bonafede, Buck, O'Donnell and McMahon. Bruno was named to the Class B All-Tournament team. Hodgins was named to the All-Section second team.
O'Donnell announced his decision to continue to play at St. John Fisher College.