Thursday: Schroeder over Irondequoit in Double Overtime

There were seven more games played on Thursday and one of the exciting ones was Schroeder`s overtime win at Irondequoit in spite of Eagle sophomore goalie, Max Eismann`s 16 save (70%) day in the cage. Thomas won their game at Victor. Marcus Whitman scored three goals in the first quarter and that made the difference when they beat Mynderse 5-2. Penfield beat Hilton, Wayne defeated Waterloo and McQuaid Jesuit was a winner in their game with visiting Avon.

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Thursday Games

Livonia 9 - Eastridge 7 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
     Record: 2-3
3 1 2 1   7
     Record: 2-2
0 3 2 4   9

The book for Eastridge: Max Wheeler (1a), Zachary Chang (1a), Mike DeSantis (3g), Andrew Doktor (3g), Bailey Corbett (1g-1a), Goaltending: Nick Shannon 4s/1ga = 80% (2 mins), Chris Doktor 12s/8ga = 60% (46 mins).

The book for Livonia: Jonathan Mohnkern (2a), Nick Kallio (2g), Divonte Geiger (1a), Liam Clements (1a), Troy Rossborough (1g-1a), Jake Terry (2g-2a), Jack Simpson (2g), Jack Pope (2g-1a) Goaltending: John Stockslader 6s/7ga (48 mins).

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--  After trailing 3-0 after the first quarter, Livonia fought back to defeated Eastridge 9-7. The Bulldogs scored four unanswered goals to start the fourth quarter and then moved into the lead. The Lancers started off strong, but couldn`t keep up the pressure in the second half.

Mike DeSantis started off the game with the first three goals. The first was assisted by Max Wheeler (with the second and third unassisted). The Bulldogs didn`t score for 12:36. Their first goal was by Jack Simpson (assisted by Jack Pope) early in the second quarter. Six minutes later they brought the game within a single goal with an unassisted goal from Pope. The lone Lancer goal in the second quarter was scored with 0:33 remaining in the first half. During a man-up situation, DeSantis added his fourth goal with an assist from Bailey Corbett. Thirty seconds later the Bulldogs scored again as Liam Clements assisted Jake Terry with only 0:02 remaining on the clock. Eastridge still led 4-3 going into halftime.

In the third quarter the teams were evenly matched. They traded goals (and tied twice) with Livonia scoring the first goal of the half. Pope scored with an assist from Jonathan Mohnkern. Corbett (Eastridge), Rossborough (Livonia) and DeSantis (Eastridge) finished out the scoring for the third quarter. The final quarter and the game belonged to Livonia. Nick Kallio scored two goals with Terry and Simpson adding one each to secure the Livonia win.

In the cage for Livonia, John Stockslader finished with six recorded saves. Midfielder Divonte Geiger finished with 6 ground balls and led his team. Tyler Brooks and Pope both finished with four ground balls. For Eastridge, Chris Doktor played the majority of the game and finished with 12 saves. Nick Shannon played during a penalty and accrued 3 saves. return to top

Thursday Games

McQuaid Jesuit 14 - Avon 6 

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

The book for McQuaid Jesuit: Zach Ettinghausen (1g-2a), Jake Gleason (4a), Max Webber (1a), Joe Hayes (2g), Andrew Crocker (2g-1a), Jarrett Cook (2g-1a), Brody Laese (1a), Luc Watson (2g), Shawn Nally (5g-1a), Goaltending: Nick Angelo 3s/0ga = 100% (7 mins), Gianmarco Coelho 2s/3ga (24 mins), Anthony Caranci 4s/3ga = 57% (17 mins).

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The book for Avon: Zachary Haley (2g-2a), Mitchell Wolfanger (1g-1a), Cameron Hughes (1g), Bailey Eigbrett (1g), Colin Vonglis (1g-1a) Goaltending: Austin Henderson 10s/14ga (48 mins).


--  McQuaid Jesuit scored the first three goals and never trailed in their 14-6 win over visiting Avon. The Knights had ten different players make their offensive scorebook and twenty-seven players with at least one statistic. Midfielder Jarrett Cook led his team with 7 ground balls. Defenseman Ryan Nelson finished with four ground balls. The Knights spread their scoring around and many players had shots. They had seventeen different players take shots at the goal and only two had ( the max) of five shots. Shawn Nally finished with 5g-1a and scored on each of his shots. Between the pipes, the Knight`s had three goalies. Gianmarco Coelho played the first two quarters and finished with two saves. Anthony Caranci started the second half and recorded four saves (57%) for McQuaid Jesuit. For the final seven minutes of the contest, Nick Angelo was between the pipes and finished with three saves and no goals against.

Avon finished with five players on their offensive scorebook. Zachary Haley finished with 2g-2a and led the Braves. Bailey Eigbrett finished with eight ground balls and six shots to lead his team in both categories. Defenseman Christopher Mekeel finished with seven ground balls. Mekeel and Cole Younger both finished with two defensive takes for the Braves. In the cage, Austin Henderson finished with ten saves. Although the Knight`s offensive was too much for the Braves at times, Henderson had some highlights in the cage. There were a number of saves where, even when out of position, he was able to come up with an impressive save. return to top

Thursday Games

Schroeder 7 - Irondequoit 6 in Double Overtime 

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

The book for Irondequoit: Andrew Knope (3g), Ben Lamendola (1a), Trevor Carney (1g-1a), Joshua Merkel (1g-1a), John Lombardi (1g), Goaltending: Max Eismann 16s/7ga = 70% (53 mins).

The book for Schroeder: Mike Trass (3g), David Lehman (1a), Blake Balcaen (1g), Joe Saltrelli (1g), Zac Bell (1g), David Laspina (1g), Jack Donnelly (1a), Zac Cooley (1a) Goaltending: Willie Klan 12s/6ga = 67% (53 mins).

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--  Irondequoit dominated the first half of play before Webster Schroeder scored five unanswered goals to take the lead in the fourth quarter. The Eagles\\' Andrew Knope scored to send the game into overtime. Mike Trass scored for the Warriors with 2:51 remaining in the second overtime period to defeat Irondequoit for the first time since 2007. Trass scored three goals for Webster.

Irondequoit scored the first goal of the game with an unassisted goal from Trevor Carney. The game remained scoreless for another eleven minutes. In the second quarter, Webster scored man-down to tie the game. Zac Bell scored with an assist from Jack Donnelly. The next four goals, spanning 1:19, were all scored by the Eagles. Knope scored two with John Lombardi and Joshua Merkel scored the other two. The last goal of the half started Schroeder`s scoring streak with an unassisted goal from Joe Saltrelli. Irondequoit led 5-2 at the halftime break.

The rest of the game belonged to the Warriors. They scored three goals in the third and the first goal of the fourth to take the 6-5 lead. The Eagles were held scoreless for over sixteen minutes. The final Eagles goal was scored by Knope, unassisted with 9:40 remaining in regulation when he tied the game.

Both overtime periods had little shooting. The first overtime period had three shots (two by Irondequoit and one by Schroeder), none of which were on cage. The first shot on the cage was the goal by Trass. Schroeder`s Zac Cooley finished 69% at the face off draw. Midfielder David Laspina finished with 8 ground balls to lead the Warriors. return to top

Thomas 13 - Victor 9 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
     Record: 3-1
1 1 2 5   9
     Record: 3-0
3 3 5 2   13

The book for Victor: Jamie Trimboli (1g-1a), Dan Barrow (2g), Max Lambert (2g), Mike DeMarco (2g-1a), Ryan Maloney (1g-1a), Luke Bartkoski (1g-1a), Goaltending: Brennan Mackey 4s/13ga (48 mins).

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Marcus Whitman 5 - Mynderse 2 

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

The book for Mynderse: Ted Stuck (1g), Todd Reid (1g), Seb Reese (2a), Goaltending: Tyler Kuell 8s/5ga = 62% (48 mins).

The book for Marcus Whitman: Ben Sennett (1g), Matt Hall (4g) Goaltending: Tanner Smith 2s/0ga = 100% (5 mins), Merritt Bailey 16s/2ga = 89% (43 mins).

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Wayne 8 - Waterloo 3 

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

The book for Waterloo: Mike Wright (1g), Kyle Lotz (2g), Goaltending: Mark Campbell 14s/8ga = 64% (48 mins).

The book for Wayne: Ryan Nicholson (1g), John Bowman (1g), Jack Camp (1g), Chris Schimpf (1g), Nic Martin (1g), Andrew Jenkins (1a), Cody Matteson (1g-1a), Tim Oddi (1g), Jon Ecker (1g) Goaltending: Justin Townsend 1s/3ga (45 mins), Billy Hamman 1s/0ga = 100% (3 mins).

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--  Although Waterloo scored the first goal, Wayne fought back and led the entire second half in their 8-3 victory. The turning point for the Eagles came in the last 2:20 of the second quarter. They scored three goals in less than two minutes to take the game from a close 3-2 to a controlling 6-2 going into the half. Nic Martin, Jack Camp and on Ecker each added a goal for Wayne. Ecker`s goal was assisted by Andrew Jenkins. Waterloo scored a single goal in the second half and did not produce a single shot in the third quarter. Leading the defensive charge for Wayne was goalie Justin Townsend and defensemen Bryce Saba, Thomas Harden, Jordan Patterson, Daniel Markwitz, Santana Deanda and Mike Rauen. Ecker led his team in ground balls with seven. return to top

Penfield 14 - Hilton 7 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
     Record: 2-1
4 3 2 5   14
     Record: 2-1
0 2 1 4   7

The book for Penfield: Max Spaan (6g-1a), Ryan Fulton (2g-1a), Triloni Salmon (1a), Carter Jordan (1g-1a), Anthony Vitale (1a), Jared Kachaylo (1g), Brian Wall (3a), Jake Sproule (2g), Brandon Buse (1g), James Stoler (1a), Mitch Standera (1g-3a), Goaltending: Nate Karatas 1s/2ga (3 mins), Griffin Hogle 1s/1ga = 50% (1 mins), Liam Guiton 8s/4ga = 67% (44 mins).

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The book for Hilton: Shawn Kimble (1g-1a), Justin Goodrich (3g-1a), Harald Juergens (1g-1a), Teddy Alvarado (2g), Zeus Doser (2a), Goaltending: Jarod Kimble 3s/13ga (45 mins), Delvin Ergott 0s/1ga (3 mins).

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--  The Patriots scored the first seven goals and held the Cadets scoreless until the second quarter in their 14-7 win. Penfield had eleven different players make their offensive scorebook. Attackman Max Spaan finished with 6g-1a, leading his team. Spaan had an impressive goal to start off the final quarter. He scored behind the back from an assist by Brian Wall just 0:47 into the quarter. He scored on six of his seven shots, only missing the cage once in the entire game. Goalie Liam Guiton and attackman James Stoler finished with five ground balls each to lead the Patriots. Guiton played 44 minutes and recorded 9 saves (64%). Nate Karatas (1 save) and Griffin Hogle finished out the final four minutes of play.

Hilton had six players score with midfielder Justin Goodrich (3g-1a) leading the charge. Goodrich finished with seven shots (four on cage). Midfielder Harald Juergens (1g-1a) led the team with eight shots (five on cage). He also finished with four ground balls to lead the Cadets and was 55% at the face off draw. In the cage, Jarod Kimble finished with two saves and played the majority of the game. Delvin Ergott finished the game but did not face any shots. return to top