Pal-Mac may have lost some key players from the 2011 team that went 15-4, but Head Coach Joe Hill continued to find excellent talent and had another very good season. The Red Raiders finished the regular season at 13-4 and tied Geneva for the Finger Lakes title with 12-1 record. Their only league loss was to Geneva, but they also won a game against the Panthers. Seeded 5th in the Class C tournament, the Raiders fell to HF-L in the out bracket round. HF-L also beat 4th seeded Geneva before losing to Penn Yan in the semi finals.
Pal-Mac had a dynamic offense and a strong defense as demonstrated by their average 13.12 goals per game while allowing only 5 goals against. Those performances placed them 2nd in offense and 3rd in defense in the Section. Eighteen different players made the offensive book for Pal-Mac in 2012. The leader in goal production was senior attackman Kyle Ludwig (47g-8a). Sophomore attackman Ben Reeves led in assists and points with 43g-66a (109 pts). Others scoring over twenty points in the season were sophomore attackman Jarett Duchesneau (18g-19a), senior midfielders David (17g-14a) and Doug Ellsworth (18g-14a), sophomore midfielder Stephen Morrell (16g-114a) and senior middie Season Nolan (19g-14a).
Senior goalie Cody Rogers had most of the goal time and made 122 saves (60%) with Senior defenseman Luke Prince leading the long sticks that included Josh Reed, Tanner Fox, Josh Lennon and senior LSM Mark Reeves.
There were lots of awards and recognitions at the end of the season. When the League awards were announced, Ben Reeves, Ludwig, Nolan and Prince made the first team and Duchesneau, Doug and David Ellsworth, Mark Reeves, Fox and Lennon were named to the second team. Head Coach Joe Hill was selected as Coach of the Year. Ben Reeves was named to first team All Section Five list and to the D&C All-Greater Rochester Top 16. Pal-Mac earned a New York State Scholar/Athlete Award with a Section high 94.343 average.