Wednesday Wrap: Simon’s overtime goal lifts Addison; Flint brothers are difference for Jasper-Troupsburg

HONEOYE 7
MIDLAKES/RED JACKET 0

Three different players scored twice for Honeoye in its big win over Midlakes/Red Jacket. Sam Berger opened the scoring 31 minutes into the first half then punched in a second 33 minutes into the second half. Jake Jarosinski assisted Berger’s second goal. Jack Reynolds also collected two goals and an assist, scoring off another Jarosinski’s first assist of the game in the first half and off a feed from Cameron Allison in the second. Allison also scored twice for Honeoye. Both of Allison’s goals came in the second half, with one coming on an assist from Reynolds and the other on a penalty kick. Dominick Trippi scored the other goal for Honeoye, just 29 seconds into the second half.

HOLLEY 4
PEMBROKE 0
Holley scored three of its four goals in the second half to put away Pembroke on its home turf. Brad Kingdollar scored Holley’s lone first half goal on a strike from the top of the box. Just five minutes into the second half, KJ Biedlingmaier attempted a corner kick that ended up bending into the goal without being touched. Nathan Nothnagle and Kayden Servais each added on shortly after. Nothnagle scored on a cross from Caleb Wright while Servais took a cross from Nothnagle and delivered the icing on the cake for Holley. Broek Ostrum recorded six saves while securing the clean sheet.

ATTICA 1
KENDALL 1

Evan Dickhut scored in the 75th minute for Attica to tie the game at one. The goal was assisted by Simon Lamparelli. That tie was unable to be broken through overtime and Attica and Kendall had to settle for one point apiece in the standings. Nick Perl saved 15 shots for Attica to give his team a chance to win the game.

AVOCA 2
HOUGHTON 1

Tristian Clark scored in the second half to guide Avoca to victory. Avoca took 43 shots, although just 19 of them went on goal and 13 corners as a team.

ALFRED-ALMOND 0
NAPLES 1

Aiden Peterson’s goal early in the second half lifted Naples to the win over Alfred-Almond. Peterson scored just four and a half minutes into the second half and did not require an assist. Despite attempting seven shots and six corner kicks, Peterson was the only player to find the back of the net for Naples. Max Ryan saved all four of Alfred-Almond’s shot attempts to preserve the victory.

HORNELL 4
PIONEER 0

Ian Ashworth tallied two goals and an assist for Hornell in its victory over Pioneer. Ashworth’s two goals both came in the first half and each were assisted. Connor O’Rourke provided the first assist and Braeden Caruso aided in Ashworth’s second goal. Ashworth then nabbed an assist on a goal scored by Chase Freeland, Hornell’s third of the game. Justin Briggs closed the scoring for Hornell with a goal that was assisted by Freeland. Tanner Stutzman saved three shots to pick up the shutout for Hornell.

NORTHSTAR CHRISTIAN 2
WHEATLAND-CHILI 1

Jerry Miller’s 59th-minute goal proved to be the difference for Northstar Christian as they knocked off Wheatland-Chili. Josiah Bradley provided a helper on Miller’s decisive goal. Bradley also scored Northstar Christian’s first goal of the game in the second minute of the contest. Bradley’s goal received an assist from Tim Hinds.

WELLSVILLE 1
WAYLAND-COHOCTON 3

Titan Rocha wreaked havoc on Wellsville all night to guide Wayland-Cohocton to victory. Rocha scored two second half goals within an 11 minute span to solidify his team’s victory. While Rocha’s second goal was unassisted, Justin Schwab provided the assist for his first. Rocha also assisted on his team’s first goal, scored by Michael Gammell in the 28th minute. Goalie James Carman held strong and saved five shots to make Rocha’s goals hold up.

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C.G. FINNEY 

CANISTEO-GREENWOOD 2
PRATTSBURGH 3

JT Campbell’s second half goal proved to be the difference as Prattsburgh outlasted Canisteo-Greenwood. Campbell scored on a feed from Mason Putnam for the game-sealing goal. Putnam also assisted on Prattsburgh’s first goal of the contest, as Kris Johnson buried one home just over nine minutes in. Johnson added a second goal 20 minutes later, this time unassisted. Ammon Anderson saved six of the eight shots he faced to solidify the win.

ADDISON 3
BRADFORD 2

Brian Simon’s overtime goal propelled Addison to victory over Bradford. Simon scored just over eight minutes into overtime on an assist from Colby Jones. Caleb Wakeman kicked off the scoring for Bradford, notching a first half goal on a feed from Michael English. Blake Driskell then tied it up before halftime on an unassisted goal. English netted one in the second half for Bradford and Jones scored on a feed from Driskell to send the game into overtime. Addison outshot Bradford 21-10, although just 10 of those 21 shots went on goal.

HAMMONDSPORT 0
JASPER-TROUPSBURG 4

The Flint brothers made their mark in Jasper-Troupsburg’s win over Hammondsport. One of the three brothers, Thomas, Tyler and Josh, were involved in every goal their team scored. Brayden Hill was the first to crack into the score column on an assist from Thomas Flint 12 and a half minutes into the game. Tyler Flint then scores seven minutes later on a feed from his brother Josh. Lance Baumgarner collected Jasper-Troupsburg’s final goal of the first half off of Thomas’ second assist of the game. With about seven minutes left in the game, Josh found Tyler for the second time to put the finishing touches on Jasper-Troupsburg’s victory.

CAMPBELL-SAVONA 1
ARKPORT/CANASERAGA 2

Josh Abraham scored the game-winning goal in overtime for Arkport/Canaseraga. Abraham’s heroic goal was aided by Joe Bauch. Abraham also picked up an assist on Arkport/Canaseraga’s only goal during regulation, which was scored by Konnor Stuckey. Shane Griffin saved seven of the eight balls that came at him to hold Campbell-Savona to just one goal.

NORTH ROSE WOLCOTT 1
GANADA 3

Ayden Neal was involved in all of Ganada’s goals. Neal scored in the ninth minute to open the scoring for Ganada, then assisted on Dominic Petrucci’s goal in the 26th minute. Ganada remained quiet until the 54th minute, when Andrew Gabbard netted an insurance goal on Neal’s second assist of the game.

WILLIAMSON 4
RED CREEK 0

Williamson scored three goals in the second half to pull away from Red Creek. Luis Cerron scored the first two for Williamson in the second half. His first came in the 56th minute on a feed from Tyrone Walker. Ayden Cristales provided the helper for Cerron in the 70th minute. Just one minute after Cerron’s second goal, Walker scored off of an assist from Josiah McIntosh. To kick off the scoring for Williamson, Cristales scored in the ninth minute on an assist from Nolan Alvarado. Williamson attempted 23 shots as a team and also took six corner kicks.

SODUS 1
MARION 0

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