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Thursday: HF-L over Wayne in OT - Fairport over CA 8-7

- Freshman attackman Evan Kelly scored the game winning goal with 1:16 remaining in the first overtime period to give HF-L their 9-8 win over Wayne. Gates Chili scored the final four goals of the contest to defeat Greece Arcadia/Olympia 10-8. Other winners today: Brighton, Churchville-Chili, Pittsford, Marcus Whitman, Pal-Mac, Penn Yan over Schroeder, Waterloo, Fairport over Canandaigua 8-7, Irondequoit, Thomas over Hilton 7-4, Geneva and Livonia,

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Brighton 12 - Ath/Ody 5 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Ath/Ody
     Record: 2-3
0 0 2 3   5
  Brighton
     Record: 3-4
3 4 5 0   12
 
 

The book for Ath/Ody:

The book for Brighton: Brett Randall (3g), Parker Finestone (2g), Max Coke (2g-1a), Christian Mann (1g), Parker Lawrence (1g), Orian Furber (1a), Will Bender (2g-2a), Ahmad Bakrin (1g), Allen Vitale (2a) Goaltending: Isaac Berg 5s/5ga = 50% (24 mins), Andy Wong 1s/0ga = 100% (24 mins).

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Churchville-Chili 18 - Eastridge 2 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Eastridge
     Record: 3-5
1 1 0 0   2
  Churchville-Chili
     Record: 5-2
7 4 6 1   18
 
 

The book for Eastridge:

The book for Churchville-Chili: Jason Tebo (1g), Aaron Buck (4g-2a), Trevor Hodgins (1g-1a), Alex Goodermote (1a), Ian McGarry (1g), Lucas Blaszyk (1g), Joey Johnson (2g-3a), Jake Mortier (2g-1a), Cameron Shipley (1g), Ryan Cosgrove (4g-2a), Ian Standinger (1g) Goaltending: Mike Yehl 4s/2ga = 67% (33 mins), Jamie Cullen 3s/0ga = 100% (15 mins).

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--  Game NOTE: Churchville-Chili had two players with their first career goals in their 18-2 win over Eastridge. Senior Ian McGarry and junior Ian Standinger both scored their first goals as Saints. Attackmen Aaron Buck and Ryan Cosgrove led in scoring with 4g-2a each. return to top

Gates Chili 10 - Arc/Oly 8 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Gates Chili
     Record: 2-6
1 2 4 3   10
  Arc/Oly
     Record: 3-5
1 3 4 0   8
 
 

The book for Gates Chili: Joseph O`Hare (3g-1a), Joe Talarico (3g), Kristian Sarkis (1g), Mark LaRose (1g), Brian May (1g), Brett Kirkpatrick (1g-2a), Goaltending: Michael Cavallaro 10s/8ga = 56% (48 mins).

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--  Gates Chili scored the final four goals of the contest to defeat Greece Arcadia/Olympia 10-8. The Spartans kept the game close for three quarters before holding the Lightning scoreless for the final thirteen minutes. Greece started off strong, scoring four of the first five goals to take the early lead. Bryan Collister scored two of the goals for the Lightning. With 6:02 remaining in the second quarter, Greece led 4-1.

The Spartans scored the next three goals to tie the game early in the third quarter. Brian May, Joe Talarico and Kristian Sarkis scored for Gates-Chili. The team continued to trade goals early in the third quarter and Gates-Chili took their first lead of the game with 7:13 remaining in third quarter with a man-up goal by Talarico (assisted by Joseph O`Hare). O`Hare finished with 3g-1a to lead the Spartans. Greece didn't let up in the third quarter and scored three goals before time expired in the quarter. Nick Serio, Jake Mathis and Duncan Erikson all scored unassisted goals for the Lightning.

O`Hare scored three of the last four goals to cement the win for Gates-Chili. In the cage for the Spartans, Michael Cavallaro finished with 10 recorded saves (56%). Midfielder Mark LaRose finished with nine ground balls to lead his team. return to top

Irondequoit 13 - Brockport 1 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Irondequoit
     Record: 4-5
5 5 3 0   13
  Brockport
     Record: 0-6
0 0 1 0   1
 
 

The book for Irondequoit: Daniel Doktor (4g-2a), Andrew Knope (3g-2a), John Lombardi (1g-3a), Joshua Merkel (3g), Ben Lamendola (1g), Trevor Kearney (1g-1a), Goaltending: Max Eismann 4s/1ga = 80% (48 mins).

The book for Brockport: Tyler Stiefel (1g), Chad Tobey (1a), Goaltending: Elijah Ryan 5s/9ga (24 mins), Alex Mann 3s/4ga (24 mins).

 

Pittsford 11 - Rush-Henrietta 3 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Rush-Henrietta
     Record: 4-2
0 1 2 0   3
  Pittsford
     Record: 8-0
4 3 2 2   11
 
 

The book for Rush-Henrietta: Matt Hair (3g), Goaltending: Corey Luty 13s/10ga = 57% (45 mins), Dylan Meyer 1s/1ga = 50% (3 mins).

The book for Pittsford: Stephen Quinzi (1g), Billy Cooper (2g), Jonathan Perotto (1g), Colby Barker (1a), Henry Potts (1g), Jake Leve (2g), Brandon Barker (2g-1a), James Felix (2g-1a), Ryan Fairbrother (1a) Goaltending: Dylan Sulzbach 3s/2ga = 60% (24 mins), Kevin Maguire 2s/1ga = 67% (24 mins).

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--  Game NOTE: Junior face off middie, Ryan Fairbrother has fourteen face offs (82%). He picked up ten ground balls and freshman defensive middie Colby Barker added nine more to lead the Panthers. The Panthers will play Orchard Park (Section 6) on Saturday. return to top

Marcus Whitman 11 - Newark 3 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Newark
     Record: 2-5
1 0 1 1   3
  Marcus Whitman
     Record: 4-2
3 0 4 4   11
 
 

The book for Newark: Grant Howard (1a), Kyle Power (1g), Dylan Yatteau (1g-1a), Teddy Collins (1g), Deven Lewis (1a), Goaltending: Conor Tickner 8s/11ga (48 mins).

The book for Marcus Whitman: Lane Brown (1a), Devante Evans (2g), Ben Sennett (2g), Tyler Wolfe (3g-4a), Kody Fletcher (1g), Matt Hall (3g) Goaltending: Tanner Smith 3s/1ga = 75% (7 mins), Merritt Bailey 13s/2ga = 87% (41 mins).

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--  Although the game was close for a half, Marcus Whitman outscored Newark 8-2 in the second half in their 11-3 victory. The Wildcats were led in scoring by Tyler Wolfe with 3g-4a. Attackman Matt Hall added three goals. Face off midfielder Lane Brown finished at 58% at the face-off draw and with a team leading six ground balls. Goalie Merritt Bailey and defenseman Pat Hall added five ground balls each.

For the Reds, Dylan Yatteau finished with 1g-1a to lead. Newark goalie, Conor Tickner, finished with eight saves. Defenseman Evan Corteville finished with seven ground ball and six takes. Corteville had a number of impressive take-aways during the contest. Teddy Collins and Devin Lewis each finished with five ground balls for Newark. return to top

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Penn Yan 12 - Schroeder 4 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Schroeder
     Record: 4-5
1 1 1 1   4
  Penn Yan
     Record: 7-1
3 3 4 2   12
 
 

The book for Schroeder:

The book for Penn Yan: Ben Covert (1g), Bradley Voigt (6g-3a), Sean Emerson (3g-2a), Rion Davison (1g-1a), Austin Fingar (2a), Sam Dirisio (1a), Bryce Moravec (1g), Goaltending: Brandon Maciejewski 12s/3ga = 80% (42 mins), Gage Ponsetti 2s/1ga = 67% (6 mins).

 

Pal-Mac 20 - Bloomfield-Honeoye 1 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Bloomfield-Honeoye
     Record: 1-5
0 0 0 1   1
  Pal-Mac
     Record: 6-1
5 10 3 2   20
 
 

The book for Bloomfield-Honeoye:

The book for Pal-Mac: Ben Reeves (2g-8a), Tyler Hurlbutt (6g-1a), AJ Hems (2g-1a), Jarett Duchesneau (3g-3a), Brian Burger (2g-1a), Tyler Williams (1g), Charlie Hamilton (2g-1a), DJ Lanning (1g), Owen Wahl (1g), Goaltending: Jared Hurlbutt 7s/0ga = 100% (36 mins), Steve Bassett 2s/1ga = 67% (12 mins).

 

--  Game NOTE:Pal-Mac freshman Goalie Jared Hurlbutt had 7 saves / 0 gain his first varsity start. return to top

Waterloo 13 - Midlakes 6 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Waterloo
     Record: 4-4
2 5 1 5   13
  Midlakes
     Record: 2-5
2 0 3 1   6
 
 

The book for Waterloo: Kyle Lotz (3g-3a), Mike Wright (3g), Jaymin Mateo (1g-1a), Adam Jensen (1g), Brenn Solomon (1g-1a), Nicholas Stenberg (2g), Adrian Pinkard (1g), Jonathan Jones (1a), Sam Lutz (1g), Patrick Sobus (1a), Goaltending: Mark Campbell 17s/6ga = 74% (48 mins).

The book for Midlakes: Chris Goodman (2g), Sean Peacock (4g-1a), Matt Vandamme (1a) Goaltending: Kyle Wilkes 7s/13ga (48 mins).

 

Fairport 8 - Canandaigua 7 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Canandaigua
     Record: 5-4
3 2 0 2   7
  Fairport
     Record: 7-1
2 3 1 2   8
 
 

The book for Canandaigua: Connor Hulme (3g), Eric Munn (2g-1a), Ben Smith-Wilcox (1g), Brian Feldman (1g), Goaltending: Luke MacNeil 9s/8ga = 53% (48 mins).

The book for Fairport: Cameron Gebhardt (1g), Ryan Crater (1a), Ryan Bowen (1g-1a), Dan McAvoy (1g-1a), Justin Kesselring (2g), Kacin Welch (1g), Brent Mazurkiewicz (1g), Shane Cronkwright (1g), Jake DeLorme (2a), Goaltending: Joey Scalise 14s/7ga = 67% (48 mins).

 

--  Game NOTE: Tied at the half, Fairport scored the only goal in the third quarter and that made the difference. return to top

Thomas 7 - Hilton 4 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Thomas
     Record: 6-4
3 2 1 1   7
  Hilton
     Record: 5-3
0 2 1 1   4
 
 

The book for Thomas: Kevin Hill (2g-1a), Mitch Hutteman (1g-2a), Matt Fiore (1g), Travis Ford (1g), Christian Nairy (1g), Nick Schuman (2a), Cam Issac (1g), Goaltending: Davis Bird 9s/4ga = 69% (48 mins).

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Geneva 19 - Mynderse 3 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Mynderse
     Record: 3-5
0 0 1 2   3
  Geneva
     Record: 4-2
10 5 4 0   19
 
 

The book for Mynderse: Mike Barbay (1g), Todd Reid (1g), Chris Pagano (1g), Goaltending: Tyler Kuell 9s/19ga (48 mins).

The book for Geneva: Jason Feinberg (4g-4a), Eddie Eddington (4g-2a), Hunter Seaward (3g-2a), Ethan Bakogiannis (3g), Michael DeVaney (2g), Kyle Cosentino (2g), Jake Chilbert (1g-1a), Goaltending: Jacob Drennen 1s/0ga = 100% (24 mins), Ben Rotenberg 1s/3ga (24 mins).

 

Livonia 15 - Avon 3 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Livonia
     Record: 3-5
6 4 4 1   15
  Avon
     Record: 0-7
1 0 0 2   3
 
 

The book for Livonia: Jonathan Mohnkern (3g-1a), Nick Kallio (1g), Dominic Coon (3g), Jake Terry (2g-2a), Jack Simpson (1g-5a), Zach Bishopp (1g), Jack Pope (4g-1a), Goaltending: John Stockslader 3s/1ga = 75% (45 mins), Maximillian Stauber 1s/2ga (3 mins).

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Avon-Livonia

HFL 9 - Wayne 8 in Overtime 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Wayne
     Record: 5-3
2 2 3 1   8
  HFL
     Record: 4-5
2 4 1 1 1 9
 
 

The book for Wayne: John Bowman (2g), Jake Moss (2g), Chris Schimpf (1g), Nic Martin (1a), Andrew Jenkins (1g-5a), Cody Matteson (1g), Tim Oddi (1g), Goaltending: Justin Townsend 4s/9ga (51 mins).

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The book for HFL: Alex Mapstone (2a), Tim Breau (3g-1a), Ryan Kelly (4g-1a), Evan Kelly (1g), Dylan Stratton (1g), Goaltending: Bryce Kelly 9s/8ga = 53% (51 mins).

 

--  Game NOTE:Freshman attackman Evan Kelly scored the game winning goal with 1:16 remaining in the first overtime period to give HF-L their 9-8 win over Wayne. The Cougars held off a late push by the Eagles with senior midfielder Ryan Kelly scoring the tying goal to send the game into overtime. The game was back and forth with both teams leading during the contest. Wayne scored the opening goal during man-up with Andrew Jenkins assisting Tim Oddi. Six minutes later HF-L scored their opening goal (also during man-up). Ryan Kelly scored with an assist from Tim Breau. Each team added another goal in the opening quarter and the first quarter ended with the score tied at 2-2.

HF-L had a strong second quarter and took a two goal lead. The Cougars scored the first two goals of the quarter with unassisted goals from Breau and R. Kelly. The quarter ended with HF-L leading 6-4.

Wayne fought back in the third quarter to tie the game at 7-7 going into the final quarter. Wayne scored the last two goals of the quarter with the tying goal coming with 0:11 remaining. John Bowman scored unassisted for the Eagles to tie the game. Each team added a single goal in the fourth quarter.

In the cage for Wayne, Justin Townsend finished with 4 saves. Face-off midfielder Nic Martin finished 75% at the draw with a team leading 11 ground balls.. For HF-L, Bryce Kelly finished with nine saves.  return to top

  

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"Rivalry Day" at Bath for HEADStrong Foundation

- The Livonia and Bath-Haverling teams (K-Varsity) are celebrating a full day of lacrosse on Saturday in an effort to raise money and awareness of blood cancer through the HEADSTrong Foundation.

The teams will be wearing the HEADstrong shoelaces with their official colors of lime green and blue and other apparel supporting the HEADstrong Foundation.

There will be a fee ($1) to get into the games. There will be a booth with information about blood cancer and the foundation. HEADstrong Foundation merchandise will be available for purchase. Donations will be gladly accepted and appreciated. There will also be a 50/50 drawing. All proceeds will be donated to the HEADstrong Foundation

For more information about the HEADstrong Foundation please visit www.HEADstrong.org.

  

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Wednesday: Aquinas Wins in GRALL Match up

- Aquinas scored ten unanswered goals in their 11-5 league win against Bath.

Wednesday Games

Aquinas 11 - Bath 5 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Bath
     Record: 2-6
3 0 0 2   5
  Aquinas
     Record: 6-4
2 4 2 3   11
 
 

The book for Bath: Michael Rice (3g), Patrick Brewer (1g), Mitch Fuller (1g-2a), Connor DiDomineck (2a), Goaltending: Jacob Cupp 8s/11ga (48 mins).

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The book for Aquinas: Jamison Whitfield (3g-2a), Greer Leva (2g-1a), Alex Bianchi (4g-2a), Jamir Jones (1a), Jonathan Olbrich (2g-2a) Goaltending: Andrew Kausch 5s/3ga = 63% (24 mins), Alex Uhlein 1s/2ga (24 mins).

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--  Game NOTE:Aquinas scored ten unanswered goals and held Bath scoreless for over 39 minutes. The Little Irish had five different players make their offensive scorebook with attackman Alex Bianchi leading with 4g-2a. Midfielder Jamison Whitfield finished with 3g-1a. Aquinas split goalies with Andrew Kausch and Alex Uhlein each taking a half. Kausch finished with three saves and Uhlein finished with one recorded save. Bath midfielder Michael Rice finished with 3g to lead the Rams. In the cage, Jacob Cupp finished with 8 saves.

  

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Lets Finds Some Players of the Week

- The Connors and Ferris law firm is sponsoring recognition for a Varsity level Offensive and Defensive Player of the Week this year.

Connors &FerrisEach week a small committee of SportsFive.NET staff members and Section Five Lacrosse Committee members will create and review review nominations from coaches, players and fans and pick one offensive and one defensive player who have excelled in a game or games during the season.

The award winners will receive a commemorative shirt and will featured on the SportsFive.NET web site.

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Tuesday: Two Undefeated Teams Fall - Only Pittsford Remains

- Pittsford, who defeated Corning yesterday is now the only undefeated team left in the section as Gananda took out Pal-Mac (10-9) and Hilton beat Rush-Henrietta today. Canandaigua defeated Thomas, 10-8 and Churchville-Chili beat Spencerport. C-C senior Trevor Hodgins scored his 200th Varsity point in the second quarter. Other winners today: HFL, Lightning, Penfield, Newark, Waterloo, Wayne, Penn Yan, Thunder, Geneva, Victor and Fairport.

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Thursday Games

Ath/Ody 12 - Avon 1 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Avon
     Record: 0-6
0 0 0 1   1
  Ath/Ody
     Record: 2-2
3 3 3 3   12
 
 

The book for Avon: Cameron Hughes (1g), Goaltending: Austin Henderson 6s/12ga (48 mins).

The book for Ath/Ody: Zack Gibaud (1a), Joey Fornataro (5g-1a), Ian Grana (1g), Nick Messmer (2g-3a), Josh Shields (2g-2a), Yunis Ashkar (2g-4a) Goaltending: Hunter Merola 6s/1ga = 86% (48 mins).

 

Thunder vs Avon

HFL 11 - Brockport 9 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Brockport
     Record: 0-5
1 2 3 3   9
  HFL
     Record: 3-5
3 3 3 2   11
 
 

The book for Brockport: Elijah Ryan (1a), Josh Stiefel (1g-1a), John White (1g), Tyler Stiefel (1g-1a), George Glynn (1g), Chad Tobey (4g), Steve Scarlata (1g-1a), Goaltending: Elijah Ryan 10s/5ga = 67% (24 mins), Alex Mann 13s/6ga = 68% (24 mins).

The book for HFL: Bill Pluta (2g), Alex Mapstone (2g-2a), Ian Clark (1g), Tim Breau (4a), Ryan Kelly (5g), Evan Kelly (2a), Dylan Stratton (1g) Goaltending: Bryce Kelly 4s/9ga (48 mins).

 

Arc/Oly 15 - Batavia-Attica 5 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Batavia-Attica
     Record: 0-6
2 2 1 0   5
  Arc/Oly
     Record: 3-4
2 5 4 4   15
 
 

The book for Batavia-Attica: Matt Perry (2g), Tyler Fales (1g), Cameron Walker (1g), Jake Radka (1a), Jimmy Murray (1a), Dylan LaShure (1g), Wyatt Thompson (1a), Goaltending: Jimmy Cherry 10s/15ga (48 mins).

The book for Arc/Oly: Nick Serio (2g-2a), Mark Shoen (1g), Colby Habermacher (1g-3a), Tyler Dalle (6g-2a), Bryan Collister (2g-2a), Brett Amen (1g), Xavier Baltari (1a), Colton Englert (1g), Duncan Erickson (2g), Goaltending: Gavin Catalano 4s/5ga (48 mins).

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Hilton 12 - Rush-Henrietta 7 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Rush-Henrietta
     Record: 4-1
3 1 2 1   7
  Hilton
     Record: 5-2
2 6 1 3   12
 
 

The book for Rush-Henrietta: Brad Schillinger (1g), Jake Hughes (1g), Matt Hair (4g), Nick Lenhard (1g), Goaltending: Dylan Meyer 2s/2ga = 50% (5 mins), Corey Luty 4s/10ga (43 mins).

The book for Hilton: Harold Juergens (4g-2a), Justin Goodrich (1g), Shawn Kimble (1a), Teddy Alvarado (3g), Zeus Doser (1g), Pal Burns (1g), Tyler Farrel (1g), Ricky Cocilova (2a), Zakk Mount (1g) Goaltending: Jarod Kimble 7s/7ga = 50% (48 mins).

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--  Game NOTE:Hilton scored eight out of nine straight goals to defeat Rush-Henrietta 12-7. The Cadets scored six goals in the second quarter in their victory and were in control of the contest for the majority of the final three quarters. Hilton had scoring from nine different players with midfielder Harold Juergens (4g-2a) leading the charge. Attackman Teddy Alvarado finished with 3g for the Cadets. Juergens finished with 67% for the face-off draw and a team leading 10 ground balls. Defenseman Cash Lawson finished with 5 ground balls. In the cage, Jarod Kimble finished with 7 saves.

Rush-Henrietta scored all seven goals with unassisted drives at the cage. Matt Hair finished with 4 goals for the Royal Comets. He also finished with seven ground balls to lead his team. Goalie Corey Luty finished with five ground balls. Defenseman John Fecik and attackman Collin Waden finished with four ground balls each. In the cage, Luty played 43 minutes and finished with 4 saves. Dylan Meyer played time in both the third and fourth quarters and finished at 50% with 2s/2ga. return to top

Hilton at RH

Penfield 14 - Irondequoit 2 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Penfield
     Record: 6-2
5 4 3 2   14
  Irondequoit
     Record: 3-5
1 1 0 0   2
 
 

The book for Penfield: Max Spaan (1g-3a), Ryan Fulton (2g-1a), Carter Jordan (2g), Jared Kachaylo (1a), Brian Wall (1g-2a), Jake Sproule (2g), Brandon Buse (2g), Hunter Savitcheff (1g), Mitch Standera (3g-3a), Glen Roschetzky (1a), Goaltending: Nate Karatas 2s/0ga = 100% (7 mins), Liam Guiton 9s/2ga = 82% (41 mins).

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The book for Irondequoit: Daniel Doktor (1a), John Lombardi (2g) Goaltending: Max Eismann 16s/14ga = 53% (48 mins).

 

Newark 11 - Bloomfield-Honeoye 7 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Bloomfield-Honeoye
     Record: 1-4
3 1 0 3   7
  Newark
     Record: 2-4
3 0 3 5   11
 
 

The book for Bloomfield-Honeoye:

The book for Newark: Grant Howard (1g-1a), Kyle Power (2g-2a), Cameron Casselman (3g), Ben Gardner (1g), Andrew Garrett (1g), Dylan Yatteau (1g-2a), Evan Knapp (1g), Deven Lewis (1g-2a) Goaltending: Conor Tickner 7s/4ga = 64% (46 mins), Devon Brown 0s/3ga (2 mins).

 

Waterloo 11 - Mynderse 7 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Waterloo
     Record: 3-4
1 2 2 6   11
  Mynderse
     Record: 3-4
3 0 3 1   7
 
 

The book for Waterloo: Mike Wright (4g-1a), Brenn Solomon (2g), Jaymin Mateo (2a), Adam Jensen (2g), Patrick Sobus (1g), Adrian Pinkard (1a), Kyle Lotz (2g-2a), Goaltending: Mark Campbell 7s/7ga = 50% (48 mins).

The book for Mynderse: Seb Reese (1a), Ben Cafolla (1a), Todd Reid (1a), Mike Barbay (6g), Ted Stuck (1g-2a), Matt Caratazzolo (1a) Goaltending: Tyler Kuell 11s/11ga = 50% (48 mins).

 

Gananda 10 - Pal-Mac 9 

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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
 Pal-Mac
     Record: 5-1
2 2 0 5   9
  Gananda
     Record: 6-1
0 4 2 4   10
 
 

The book for Pal-Mac: Ben Reeves (6g-1a), Tyler Williams (1a), AJ Hems (1g-1a), Jarett Duchesneau (2g-1a), Goaltending: Jack DeMeyers 10s/10ga = 50% (48 mins).

The book for Gananda: Joe Fisher (3g), Dylan Joy (1g), Cruz Mayberry (1g-2a), Kyle Lombardozzi (1g), Nick Rapp (2a), Zach Bingelli (3g-1a), Colin Brillian (1g-1a) Goaltending: Ben Schumacher 8s/9ga (48 mins).

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--  Game NOTE:Pal-Mac scored three goals to tie the game with 1:13 remaining before Colin Brillian scored with 0:32 remaining to give Gananda the 10-9 win and hold off the late advance by the Red Raiders. Nearly half of the scoring from both teams came in the fourth quarter with Pal-Mac scoring five and Gananda scoring four. The game was close throughout with neither team leading by more than two in the first three quarters.

Pal-Mac was led in scoring by Ben Reeves who finished with six out of ten of the Red Raider goals (plus one assist). Reeves scored the opening two goals of the contest with the latter being assisted by Tyler Williams. The Red Raiders finished out the first quarter holding Gananda scoreless and led 2-0.

Gananda scored the opening goal of the second quarter with Zach Bingelli scoring his unassisted tally. Four minutes later AJ Hems scored for Pal-Mac to keep the Red Raiders ahead by two goals. Gananda scored the next three goals to take their first lead of the contest. Joe Fisher, Kyle Lombardozzi and Bingelli each added a single goal for the Panthers. Jarrett Duchesneau scored the final goals of the half at 2:37 for Pal-Mac to tie the game at 4-4 going into halftime.

The third quarter belonged to the Blue Panthers. As the opposite of the opening quarter, Gananda scored two goals and held Pal-Mac scoreless for the quarter. Bingelli and Fisher scored with both goals assisted by Nick Rapp. The Panthers led by two (6-4) going into the final quarter. Reeves opened the quarter to bring the game within one and Duchesneau scored three minutes later to tie the game with 8:22 remaining.

Gananda took control of the game by scoring the next three goals in a two and a half minute span. Cruz Mayberry, Fisher and long-stick Dylan Joy scored for the Blue Panthers. Joy scored (unassisted) with 5:20 remaining in the final quarter. Reeves scored the next three goals, all unassisted to tie the game with 1:13 remaining. Brillian took the game home and the Panthers won the final face off on a technical and held the ball until time expired.

In the cage for Gananda, Ben Schumacher finished with eight recorded saves. Joy finished with 10 ground balls and 3 takes to lead his team in both categories. Blue Panther midfielder Remmy Glod finished at 91% for the face-off draw and had six ground balls. For the Red Raiders, goalie Jack DeMeyers finished at 50% with 10 saves. return to top

 

Wayne 16 - Midlakes 12 

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 Midlakes
     Record: 2-4
1 2 6 3   12
  Wayne
     Record: 5-2
5 6 3 2   16
 
 

The book for Midlakes: Joe Newland (1g), Alex Holt (2g), Jeshurun Eldridge (1g), Chris Goodman (2g), Sean Peacock (5g-3a), Robert Middlebrook (1a), Matt Vandamme (1g-1a), Goaltending: Kyle Wilkes 8s/16ga (48 mins).

The book for Wayne: John Bowman (1g), Chris Ecker (2g), Jack Camp (1a), Jake Moss (3g), Chris Schimpf (1g-1a), Nic Martin (1g), Andrew Jenkins (1g-3a), Cody Matteson (3g-1a), Tim Oddi (2g), Tyler Parsons (1a), Eric Crumb (2g), Jon Ecker (1a), Goaltending: Justin Townsend 4s/3ga = 57% (24 mins), Devon Tunley 2s/9ga (24 mins).

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Penn Yan 15 - McQuaid Jesuit 0 

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 Penn Yan
     Record: 6-1
4 3 5 3   15
  McQuaid Jesuit
     Record: 5-5
0 0 0 0   0
 
 

The book for Penn Yan: Bryce Moravec (1g-1a), Rion Davison (3g-2a), Sean Emerson (3a), Riley Marsh (1g), Austin Fingar (2g-2a), Ben Covert (1g), Bradley Voigt (5g-1a), Sam Dirisio (2g-1a), Goaltending: Brandon Maciejewski 7s/0ga = 100% (38 mins), Gage Ponsetti 0s/0ga (10 mins).

The book for McQuaid Jesuit: Goaltending: Gianmarco Coelho 8s/14ga (47 mins), Anthony Caranci 1s/1ga = 50% (1 mins).

 

Geneva 16 - Marcus Whitman 3 

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 Marcus Whitman
     Record: 3-2
2 0 0 1   3
  Geneva
     Record: 3-2
3 4 7 2   16
 
 

The book for Marcus Whitman: Merritt Bailey (1g-1a), Matt Hall (2g), Goaltending: Tanner Smith 9s/6ga = 60% (20 mins), Merritt Bailey 20s/8ga = 71% (28 mins).

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The book for Geneva: Michael DeVaney (1a), Jason Feinberg (2g), Eddie Eddington (4g-4a), Hunter Seaward (4g), Ethan Bakogiannis (2g-1a), Kyle Cosentino (2g), Michael DeVaney (1a), Fran Shaw (2g-2a) Goaltending: Ben Rotenberg 3s/2ga = 60% (24 mins), Jacob Drennen 5s/1ga = 83% (24 mins).

 

Churchville-Chili 11 - Spencerport 6 

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 Spencerport
     Record: 4-4
0 3 1 2   6
  Churchville-Chili
     Record: 4-2
4 3 1 3   11
 
 

The book for Spencerport: Matt Schumann (1a), Brandon Ellis (1g-1a), Kasey Olsen (3g), Jordan Swilley (1g), Andrew Forte (1g-1a), Colin McElligott (1a), Goaltending: Connor MacKenzie 7s/11ga (48 mins).

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The book for Churchville-Chili: Aaron Buck (2g-1a), Trevor Hodgins (3g-1a), Joey Johnson (2g), Jake Mortier (2g), Cameron Shipley (1g-1a), Ryan Cosgrove (1g) Goaltending: Mike Yehl 9s/6ga = 60% (48 mins).

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--  Game NOTE: Churchville-Chili senior Trevor Hodgins scored his 200th Varsity point tonight. He has been a key part of the Saint`s program since eighth grade. return to top

 

Victor 17 - Schroeder 1 

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 Schroeder
     Record: 4-4
1 0 0 0   1
  Victor
     Record: 8-1
8 5 3 1   17
 
 

The book for Schroeder: Jack Donnelly (1a), Zac Cooley (1g), Goaltending: Willie Klan 5s/13ga (24 mins), Austin DeMar 5s/4ga = 56% (24 mins).

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The book for Victor: Max Lambert (4g-3a), Mike DeMarco (1g-3a), Ryan Maloney (4g-2a), Alec DeCarlo (4a), Patrick Barrow (1a), Eric Haney (2g), Jamie Trimboli (2g), Luke Bartkoski (3g), Kyle Collins (1g) Goaltending: Justin Young 2s/0ga = 100% (15 mins), Brennan Mackey 2s/1ga = 67% (33 mins).

 

Fairport 15 - Brighton 3 

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 Brighton
     Record: 2-4
1 1 0 1   3
  Fairport
     Record: 6-1
5 4 4 2   15
 
 

The book for Brighton: Max Coke (2g-1a), Orian Furber (1g), Goaltending: Isaac Berg 2s/7ga (29 mins), Andy Wong 4s/6ga (19 mins).

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The book for Fairport: Cameron Gebhardt (2g-2a), Ryan Crater (3g), Dan McAvoy (1g-1a), Ryan Bowen (1g-1a), Justin Kesselring (3g-1a), Dylan DeLorme (2g), Kacin Welch (1a), Brent Mazurkiewicz (1g), Jeff Kenny (1g), Alex Andreoli (1a), Allen Thibodeau (1a), Shane Cronkwright (1g), Goaltending: Joey Scalise 2s/2ga = 50% (24 mins), Tyler Wetzel 1s/0ga = 100% (12 mins), Matt Hawk 2s/1ga = 67% (12 mins).

 

Canandaigua 10 - Thomas 8 

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 Thomas
     Record: 5-4
4 0 2 2   8
  Canandaigua
     Record: 5-3
3 3 3 1   10
 
 

The book for Thomas: Kevin Hill (3g-1a), Mitch Hutteman (2a), Travis Ford (3g), Christian Nairy (1g), Nick Schuman (1a), Pat LeMoine (1g-1a), Goaltending: Davis Bird 6s/10ga (48 mins).

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The book for Canandaigua: Brian Feldman (5g), Mitchell Schaefer (2g-4a), Connor Hulme (2g), Eric Munn (2a), Matt Boseck (1a), Ben Smith-Wilcox (1g), Goaltending: Luke MacNeil 12s/8ga = 60% (48 mins).

 

--  Game NOTE:Canandaigua scored five unanswered goals spanning the end of the second and beginning of the third quarters in their 10-8 win over Webster Thomas. The Titans briefly held the lead in the first quarter, but the Braves tied the game for the last time with 8:58 remaining in the second quarter with the first of their five goals.

The Braves scored the first three goals with two from Brian Feldman and one from Connor Hulme. With 5:17 remaining in the opening quarter Thomas junior attackman, Christian Nairy scored the opening goal with an assist from Pat LeMoine. The Titans scored the next three goals to take the lead to finish the first quarter. Travis Ford, Kevin Hill and LeMoine each scored for Thomas. They led 4-3 going into the second quarter.

Thomas remained scoreless for over 20 minutes from the last goal of the first quarter at 0:42 to their first goal of the third quarter at 4:20. The Titans attempted to shorten the gap in the fourth quarter but did not get closer than two goals. The final two goals of the game were both scored by Kevin Hill (3g-1a total) to bring the Titans from within four to within two goals.

In the cage for Thomas, Davis Bird finished with six recorded saves. Defenseman Ryan Nugent led the Titans with six ground balls. Midfielder Cam Issac and attackman Travis Ford added three ground balls each. Canandaigua goalie, Luke MacNeil, finished with 12 saves. return to top

  

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Monday: Two Overtime Games

- As the teams came back to school after the Spring break there were three games played today and two of them went to overtime. Pittsford traveled to Corning and won in overtime, 11-10. Gates Chili traveled to Wayne but lost in double overtime, 8-7 on a goal by Tim Oddi. Bloomfield-Honeoye won their game at Avon.

Thursday Games

Pittsford 11 - Corning 10 in Overtime 

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 Corning
     Record: 5-3
2 2 3 3   10
  Pittsford
     Record: 7-0
1 3 4 2 1 11
 
 

The book for Corning:

The book for Pittsford: Stephen Quinzi (2g-1a), Billy Cooper (3g), Jonathan Perotto (4g-1a), Brandon Barker (2g-1a), James Felix (1a) Goaltending: Kevin Maguire 13s/10ga = 57% (48 mins).

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--  Game NOTE: It was a very close game throughout. Senior attackman Billy cooper scored an unassisted goal with 1:57 left in regulation to send the game into overtime. Junior defenseman Mike Perotto had a key face off possession in overtime and later, his brother Jonathan scored the game winner (assisted by Stephen Quinzi) for Pittsford. The Panthers along with Pal-Mac and R-H, are the only teams still undefeated. FullStats on Tuesday.

Bloomfield-Honeoye 11 - Avon 5 

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 Avon
     Record: 0-5
          5
  Bloomfield-Honeoye
     Record: 1-3
          11
 
 

The book for Avon: Christopher Mekeel (1a), Zachary Haley (1g), Nicholas LiMuti (1g), Mitchell Wolfanger (2g-1a), Bailey Eigbriett (1g), Goaltending: Austin Henderson 7s/11ga (48 mins).

The book for Bloomfield-Honeoye: Andrew Egan (4g), Eric Posick (3g-2a), Nick Navarra (1g-3a), Dalton Phillips (1g-1a), David Phillips (1g), John Babcock (1g), Goaltending: Jud Hershey 8s/5ga = 62% (48 mins).

 

Wayne 8 - Gates Chili 7 in Double Overtime 

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 Wayne
     Record: 4-2
2 2 1 2 1 8
  Gates Chili
     Record: 1-6
4 1 0 2   7
 
 

The book for Wayne: Jack Camp (1a), Jake Moss (1g-1a), Chris Schimpf (1g), Nic Martin (1g), Andrew Jenkins (2g-2a), Tim Oddi (2g-1a), Eric Crumb (1a), Jon Ecker (1g), Goaltending: Justin Townsend 12s/7ga = 63% (55 mins).

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The book for Gates Chili: Joseph O`Hare (2g), Joe Talarico (1a), Jonathan Santiago (1g), Austin Castre (1g), Mark LaRose (1g), Brett Kirkpatrick (2g), Goaltending: Michael Cavallaro 10s/8ga = 56% (55 mins).

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--  Senior attackman Tim Oddi won the game for Wayne in the second overtime period as the Eagles posted an 8-7 win over visiting Gates Chili. The Spartans open the game outscoring Wayne 4-2 in the first quarter, although the Eagles scored the first goal of the game when Andrew Jenkins took a pass from Tim Oddi at 10:57. Gates countered with the next three goals, each unassisted (Joe O`Hare, Jonathan Santiago and Austin Castre). Wayne reversed their earlier goal as Jenkins fed Oddi for a goal at 4:17, but on the next face off senior midfielder Mark LaRose scored an unassisted goal for the Spartans and the quarter ended with Gates up 4-2.

Wayne came right back in the second quarter with John Ecker scoring on a feed from Jack Camp and the Chris Schimpf scoring on a feed from Jake Moss. With just over two minutes left in the half, O`Hare scored another unassisted goal to give the Spartans a 5-4 lead at the halftime break.

The slow third quarter saw only one goal, as Wayne tied the game for the third time with a goal by Jenkins assisted by Eric Crumb. At the end if three quarters the game was tied at 5-5.

The fourth quarter saw both teams trading goals. Wayne started things off when Nic Martin scored of a pass from Jenkins at 8:31. Four minutes later Gates tied the game at 6-6 on a goal from Kirkpatrick, assisted by Joe Talarico. Three minutes after that Wayne took the lead on an unassisted Jake Moss goal and then with just over one minute left in regulation, Brett Kirkpatrick scored his unassisted goal to force overtime.

In the first overtime period both goalies made two saves. In the second period Oddi scored his unassisted winning goal with 0:57 left.

Wayne senior goalie, Justin Townsend finished the game with 14 saves. Gates Chili sophomore goalie Michael Cavallaro finished with 10 saves. Wayne (4-2) will play at Midlakes tomorrow. Gates Chili (1-6) will host the Greece Lighting on Thursday.

  

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Saturday: Pal-Mac over Wayne

- On the last game day of the spring break there were only two games played/ Pal-Mac traveled to Wayne, where they struggled in the first half, but took control in the second to secure a 10-6 win. Churchville-Chili had a three goal lead, but lost to Corning (Section 4) in the last minute of their game.

Thursday Games

Pal-Mac 10 - Wayne 6 

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 Wayne
     Record: 3-2
2 1 1 2   6
  Pal-Mac
     Record: 5-0
1 4 3 2   10
 
 

The book for Wayne: John Bowman (2g-2a), Nic Martin (1g), Andrew Jenkins (2a), Cody Matteson (1g), Tim Oddi (1g-1a), Jon Ecker (1g), Goaltending: Justin Townsend 9s/10ga (48 mins).

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The book for Pal-Mac: Ben Reeves (2g-6a), Brian Burger (1g-1a), Stephen Morrell (1a), Tyler Hurlbutt (2g), Jarett Duchesneau (1g), AJ Hems (4g), Goaltending: Jack DeMeyers 11s/6ga = 65% (48 mins).

 

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Corning 10 - Churchville-Chili 9 

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 Corning
     Record: 5-2
0 3 2 5   10
  Churchville-Chili
     Record: 3-2
4 1 2 2   9
 
 

The book for Corning:

The book for Churchville-Chili: Aaron Buck (1g-2a), Mike Caternolo (1g), Trevor Hodgins (2g-2a), Joey Johnson (2g), Jake Mortier (3g) Goaltending: Mike Yehl 2s/10ga (48 mins).

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--  Game NOTE: Corning scored five goals in the fourth quarter, including the winning goal with 0:21 left in regulation. Churchville-Chili face off specialist Mike Caternolo won 16/23 today and added a goal. In the third quarter he registered his 200th career face off win.

  

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Friday: Penn Yan Takes Canandaigua in Overtime

- There were two classic match ups on Friday as Canandaigua forced overtime on a goal with no time left in the game, but fell in overtime to Penn Yan. Irondequoit, who revived their competition with Geneva that started around 1950, won the contest today. Pittsford had a close game with Marcellus (Section 3) but won 10-9 at Hobart College and Victor defeated Wayne.

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Thursday Games

Penn Yan 11 - Canandaigua 10 in Overtime 

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 Penn Yan
     Record: 5-1
2 3 4 1 1 11
  Canandaigua
     Record: 4-3
4 1 2 3   10
 
 

The book for Penn Yan: Bradley Voigt (3g-1a), Sean Emerson (3g), Sam Dirisio (1g-1a), Austin Fingar (2g-1a), Rion Davison (1g), Ben Covert (1g-1a), Goaltending: Brandon Maciejewski 9s/10ga (48 mins).

The book for Canandaigua: Ben Smith-Wilcox (2g-1a), Connor Hulme (2g-3a), Brian Feldman (3g-2a), Mitchell Schaefer (1g-3a), Eric Munn (1g), Tyelor Dingman (1a), Tim Bay (1g), Goaltending: Luke MacNeil 4s/11ga (48 mins).

 

--  Game NOTE:It truly was another classic Canandaigua-Penn Yan contest under the Mustang lights and with a large crowd on hand. After trading goals resulting in a 5-5 tie at halftime, Penn Yan took a 9-7 lead, but let the Braves back in as they scored three in the last quarter to force overtime.

Penn Yan-CACanandaigua started off with the first three goals in the first four minutes of the game. Connor Hulme scored the first of his 2g-3a at 11:10. It was followed by a goal by Eric Munn, assisted by Brian Feldman (3g-2a) and Mitch Schaefer (1g-3a) with an assist from sophomore attackman Tyelor Dingman. Canandaigua emotions ran high with the three quick goals and for a short while, Penn Yan looked like they were in trouble. They channeled that concern into a good save by Brandon Maciejewski which was quickly followed by a Penn Yan goal from Bradley Voigt (3g-1a) with an assist from Sam Dirisio (1g-1a). Three minutes later Voigt struck again with an assist from Ben Covert. With thirty seconds left, Feldman scored on a pass from Hulme and the quarter ended with Canandaigua up 4-2.

Penn Yan took control in the second quarter, scoring the first three goals and took their first lead of the game. Scoring unassisted goals were Voigt, Covert and Sean Emerson. Feldman gave CA a halftime tie with his goal on an assist from Schaefer. Penn Yan-CA

The Braves broke the tie at the top of the third quarter when Tim Bay scored on a feed from Hulme, but the lead was short-lived as the Mustangs came back with three in a row. Dirisio tied the game at 6-6 when he scored at 7:49 on a pass from Austin Fingar (2g-1a - 13/24 f/o and 8gb). Emerson scored two unassisted goals in just over one minute to put the Mustangs up 8-6. With just over four minutes left sophomore attackman Ben Smith-Wilcox (2g-1a) scored for Canandaigua, but Penn Yan finished the quarter with an unassisted goal by Fingar. After three quarters, Penn Yan led 9-7.

Penn Yan appeared to be in control after scoring the first goal in the last quarter. Rion Davison scored at 9:03 on a nice feed from Voigt to put the Mustangs up 10-7. The ball moved up and down the field for the next five minutes with both defensive units scoring take-aways. The tide turned at 4:12 with Canandaigua scored the first of three goals, starting with a goal by Hulme (from Feldman). Although the Mustangs often took the ball to their end of the field, they were unable to maintain control of the ball and gave Canandaigua more offensive sets. Smith-Wilcox received the ball from Schaefer and brought the score to within one goal (10-9) at 3:02. Penn Yan won the next face off, but lost the ball before taking a shot. Canandaigua did the same, but got that ball back from the Mustangs. After a missed shot, Canandaigua Head Coach Ed Mulheron called a time out with about 0:15 left in the game. The play he called failed, but as the ball bounced back in front of the Penn Yan goal Smith-Wilcox picked it up and gave it to Feldman who scored just as the clock hit 0:00.

Penn Yan won possession of the ball in overtime and took quite a bit of time to set up several drives that were turned away by the Braves. With 1:46 left, Austin Fingar ended the game with his unassisted goal.

Canandaigua (4-3) will face Webster Thomas while Penn Yan will play McQuaid Jesuit on Tuesday. return to top

 

Thursday Games

Victor 14 - Wayne 4 

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 Victor
     Record: 7-1
2 6 1 5   14
  Wayne
     Record: 3-1
1 2 1 0   4
 
 

The book for Victor: Ryan Maloney (1g-1a), Max Lambert (2g-4a), Eric Haney (3g-1a), Kyle Collins (2g), Patrick Barrow (1a), Mike DeMarco (1g), Luke Bartkoski (1g), Alec DeCarlo (2a), Nick Montemorano (1g), Dan Barrow (3g-1a), Jack Callahan (1a), Goaltending: Justin Young 1s/1ga = 50% (5 mins), Brennan Mackey 7s/3ga = 70% (43 mins).

The book for Wayne: John Bowman (1g), Andrew Jenkins (1g), Tim Oddi (1g), Jon Ecker (1g-1a) Goaltending: Justin Townsend 14s/14ga = 50% (48 mins).

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Pittsford 10 - Marcellus 9 

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 Pittsford
     Record: 6-0
3 3 4 0   10
  Marcellus
     Record: 4-2
2 3 2 2   9
 
 

The book for Pittsford: Brandon Barker (1g-3a), Jake Leve (1a), Jonathan Perotto (4g), Stephen Quinzi (4g-1a), James Felix (1g), Goaltending: Kevin Maguire 4s/7ga (36 mins), Alec Starr 1s/2ga (12 mins).

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Irondequoit 15 - Geneva 7 

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 Irondequoit
     Record: 3-4
7 4 3 1   15
  Geneva
     Record: 2-2
1 1 1 4   7
 
 

The book for Irondequoit: Joshua Merkel (4g), John Lombardi (4g-3a), Daniel Doktor (5g-3a), Ian Eckert (1g), Andrew Knope (1g-2a), Goaltending: Max Eismann 10s/7ga = 59% (48 mins).

The book for Geneva: Eddie Eddington (3g), Kyle Cosentino (2g), Jason Feinberg (2a), Michael DeVaney (1g), Ethan Bakogiannis (1g), Goaltending: Jacob Drennen 3s/11ga (24 mins), Ben Rotenberg 2s/4ga (24 mins).

 

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--  Game NOTE:Irondequoit overcame seventeen minutes in penalties, including a two minute, six on three disadvantage, to beat Geneva this afternoon 15-7. Irondequoit had the edge at the face off with 19-6 (76%) led by Mitch Culver, John Lombardi, and Trevor Carney.

The Geneva-Irondequoit series, which dates back over fifty years was revived last year, when Geneva was the winner. Irondequoit returns to action this Tuesday when they take on Penfield. Geneva travels to Marcus Whitman on Tuesday. return to top

  

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Connors and Ferris Player of the Week   2014 Week 3

Merritt Bailey and Colin McElligot Are Week 3 Winners

- This week`s Player of the Week award winner are Marcus Whitman senior goalie Merritt Bailey and Spencerport sophomore attackman Colin McElligot. The players were selected from nominations submitted last week.

Merrit BaileyDefensive Player of the Week
Merritt Bailey

The four year staring goalie for Marcus Whitman might have been selected for the Offensive Player of the Week as well, as, last week he scored seven goals while making twenty-five saves (78%).

In their 9-8 win against Midlakes, Merritt made seventeen saves (against seven goals against). Down 7-4 late in the third quarter he scored four goals in a row to tie the game with just two minutes left in the game.

Signing a National Letter of Intent to play at Seton Hill next year, the senior goalie and team leader currently has a career record of 617 saves in his 2,374 minutes in the varsity cage.

Says Head Coach Bruce Teague Jr, "Merritt has been the best player on the field all season for Marcus Whitman and this week proved it again."

Ryan MaloneyOffensive Player of the Week
Colin McElligott

The Spencerport sophomore attackman had a 2g-6a game to help Spencerport beat Honeoye Falls-Lima and followed that game with 3g-2a against Eastridge. At this point in the season he has accumulated 17g-18a and has a goals from shots on percentage in 71%.

His coach, Matt Nentarz says, "Colin has become one of our go to players offensively. He has a great understanding of the game."

  

The Connors and Ferris law firm is sponsoring recognition for a Varsity level Offensive and Defensive Player of the Week this year.

Each week a small committee of SportsFive.NET staff members and Section Five Lacrosse Committee members will create and review review nominations from coaches, players and fans and pick one offensive and one defensive player who have excelled in a game or games during the season.

The award winners will receive a commemorative shirt and will featured on the SportsFive.NET web site.

Fans of Section Five Lacrosse can make their nominations on-line by clicking here.

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Section Five Poll: April 7th

2014 POLL - 4/7/13

 CLASS A
1-
Pittsford (41)
2-
Fairport (33)
3-
Thomas (24)
4-
Penfield (20)

  
 CLASS B
1-
Victor (46)
2-
Canandaigua (31)
3-
Churchville-Chili (20)
4-
Irondequoit (14)

  
 CLASS C
1-
Penn Yan (71)
2-
Aquinas (53)
3-
Geneva (46)
4-
Pal-Mac (42)
5-
Livonia (19)
6-
Gananda (13)

AGAIN THIS YEAR

This year, we will conduct a weekly poll of pollsters who represent all three classes and all four leagues. The group has been supplemented by SportsFive reporters, Section Five officials, fans and parents.

EACH WEEK THE SAME QUESTION

This poll asks the question: At the end of the season, who do you think will win each championship?

special - The pollsters made quite a number of moves now that some games have been played. Pittsford and Penn Yan remain in the tops slots in classes A and C, but Victor took over the top slot in Class B after the Blue Devils beat the Braves.

Penn Yan at McQuaid

In Class A, Pittsford (3-0) remains in the top spot with Fairport (2-0), Thomas (3-1) and Penfield (2-1) leading the group. The Panthers has two strong out of Section wins against excellent competition, included St. Joe`s to the west and Duxbury to the east. Fairport started their schedule with both Webster teams and this week plays Penfield, Hilton and West Genesee.

Victor has started the season at 4-1 with wins against Canandaigua, HF-L, Spencer-port and the Lightning and a loss to Thomas. Canandaigua (0-2) still impressed the pollsters even after losing to Victor and after an overtime loss to Churchville-Chili (1-0). Irondequoit fills out the fourth spot at 2-2. The Eagles will have a challenging week with games against Victor, Ithaca and Geneva.

Penn Yan (2-0) has scored 19 goals in each of their two games thus far. This week they play Livonia and Carthage. Aquinas (4-2) won there first four games and has lost their last two. Their game with Gananda was suspended Monday after one quarter. It will be continued at a later date. Thursday they play Thomas. Geneva (1-0) has their first win Monday against Newark. They will finish the week with Waterloo and Pal-Mac (1-0) who beat up on Medina over the weekend.

There are thirty-eight games scheduled for this week. There are thirteen on Tuesday and eleven on Thursday so there is lots of lacrosse to see this week.

  

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