WEBSTER SCHROEDER (8-6-1) 3
PENFIELD (7-6-0) 2
TJ Swinson scored the game-winning goal in the third period to lead Schroeder to its second win in the last three games. Penfield and the Warriors traded goals in the first two periods. Andrew Martin and Travis Bush scored for the Patriots in the first two periods. Scott Wagner and Will Lawton scored for Webster Schroeder.
VICTOR (10-2-0) 1
ORCHARD PARK (VI) 3
Dylan Weldon scored the lone Victor goal. The sophomore forward scored a minute and thirty-four seconds into the game open the scoring in the contest. Orchard Park responded with three unanswered goals to snap Victor’s winning streak at nine.
CANISIUS (VI) 0
MCQUAID (13-1-0) 10
Evan Kopacz recorded his third straight multi-point performance with a five-point effort. Two of Kopacz’s points came on the powerplay. Jack Bovenzi, Jack Callery, and Bode Wehle tallied three points for the Knights. Bovenzi found the back of the net with a man advantage. Hunter DiProsa also scored on the powerplay. The Knights finished the contest 3-of-4 with the man advantage. Drew Palmer also scored for McQuaid.
HILTON (6-9-1) 2
CHURCHVILLE-CHILI (11-3-1) 0
Aiden Hill registered his second shutout for Hilton with a 40-save performance. Tanner Smith scored the opening goal for the Cadets 4:20 into the first period. Casey Hanrahan and Tyson Murante assisted on the opening marker. Hanrahan scored the second goal in the third period to add to the lead. Smith assisted on Hanrahan’s marker.
IRONDEQUOIT (0-13-0) 0
SPARTAN HOCKEY (7-5-2) 9
CANANDAIGUA (2-9-2) 1
PITTSFORD (9-3-1) 5
Pittsford’s four straight goals helped the Panthers to a second straight victory. Lucas Procious led the way with two goals. One goal came in the first and the other in the third period. Brady McMahon and Logan Wood scored in between the Procious goals. McMahon scored in the first to give the Panthers a two-goal lead. Wood scored the first goal of the final period. Josh Barnes got the Braves on the board just past 10 minutes into the third. McMahon scored a second goal to reestablish the four-goal lead for Pittsford.
MCQUAID (14-1-0) 8
BATAVIA-NOTRE DAME (10-4-0) 5
Jack Callery tallied four points to help McQuaid to its 12th straight. The Knights scored three straight goals in the first period. Bode Wehle opened the scoring around three and a half minutes into the contest. Liam Sisson scored his first varsity goal to extend the Knights’ lead. Callery scored his first of two goals to give McQuaid a 3-0 lead less than nine minutes into the contest. Orion Lama got Batavia Notre Dame on the board with his first goal of the season. Matt Hill and Jack Bovenzi gave McQuaid a 5-1 lead just over six minutes into the second. Brady Johnson scored to bring the United back to within three. Wehle scored another goal just past the 10-minute mark of the period to give the Knights another four-goal lead. Evan Kopacz scored the seventh goal for McQuaid late in the second. Johnson answered for Batavia-Notre Dame with under three minutes to go in the period. Ronin Hofmaster scored two minutes into the final frame to bring the United within three again. Callery notched his second marker of the contest for McQuaid’s final goal. Jameson Motyka scored for the United with under seven minutes to go in the game.
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