CHURCHVILLE-CHILI (5-13-1) 6
GREECE STORM (8-9-1) 15
Spencer Griffin registered 10 points for Greece Storm to help them snap its their two game losing streak. Griffin tallied a hat trick and recorded seven assists. Jayden Gargana and Carter Griffin both collected seven points for the Storm. Gargana tallied a hat trick including a goal on the powerplay and recorded four assists while Griffin scored twice and registered five helpers. Jack Pilgram tallied six points with two goals and four assists. Camden Monks recorded a hat trick and registered an assist for a four point performance. Alan Wilkins scored a goal and collected a helper. Brandon Delaney also found the back of the net for Greece. Josh Werner collected an assist for the Storm. Noah Root and Jesse Prue each scored two goals performance including one that came on the powerplay. Jake Herring also scored powerplay for the Saints. Cooper Lass scored his first varsity goal for Churchville-Chili. Parker Farnham collected four helpers while Anthony Indiano tallied an assist for the Saints.
PITTSFORD (16-2-1) 4
PENFIELD (13-5-0) 2
Keegan Ahern, Drew Ricketts, and Brady McMahon all recorded three points for Pittsford to guide them to its third straight victory. Ahern found the back of the net twice inclduing once on the powerplay and registered an assist while Ricketts and McMahon each scored a goal and collected two assists. McMahon’s goal came with the man advantage. Keegan Garver recorded a helper for the Panthers. Sean Walsh and Angelo Latore led the way for Penfield with each scoring a goal and tallying an assist. Walsh’s goal came on the powerplay. Corey Weiss and Bobby Kane each collected an assist for the Patriots.
WEBSTER SCHROEDER (14-4-1) 5
BRIGHTON/HFL (4-14-0) 0
Connor Ambeau recorded a 10-save shutout for Webster Schroeder to extend its winning streak to five games. Jake SanSoucie, Harrison Allen, and Nicholas Sellitto all tallied two points with a goal and an assist. Nolan Roughsedge and Zach Broccolo also scored for the Warriors. Nicholas Scott registered two helpers while TJ Swinson, Scott Wagner, Anthony Pusateri, Cody Preston, and Tucker Derks all collected an assist.
IRONDEQUOIT (1-15-2) 2
FAIRPORT (8-9-0) 8
Ryan Alexander and Max Toscano both scored two goals to help Fairport win back-to-back contests. One of Alexander’s talloies came short handed. Marc Hillier and Lucas Milne each scored a goal and recorded an assist. Ryder James and Thomas Edwards also found the back of the net for the Red Raiders. Edwards’ tally came with the man advantage. AJ Nelson registered two assists while Zack McNally, Jack Gosiewski, Ryan Hagen, Thomas Pane, Mitchell Monte, and Owen Albanese all collected a helper. Henry Velepec and Tyler Wallner scored the goals for Irondequoit. Douglas Velepec, Matt Whalen, and Nick Beechey all collected an assist for the Eagles.
CANANDAIGUA (6-8-4) 2
SPARTAN HOCKEY (7-9-3) 2 OT
Four different goal scorers led to a back-and-forth tie between Canandaigua and Spartan Hockey. Alex Chen opened the scoring in the first period for Canandaigua with an assist from Gavin Nemitz. Nolan Jeroy tied the game for Spartan Hockey in the second period with assists from Mason Davey and Zach Fennell. Oliver Sunday gave the Spartans in the third period with help from Ryan Prusak and Braylon Agnello. Josh BArnes tied the game forn the Wolves shortly after on the powerplay. Barnes connected with Brody Spinosa and Maddox Smith on the powerplay tally. Logan Swartzenberg made 24 saves for Spartan Hockey while Charlie Fuller made 23 saves for Canandaigua.
VICTOR (6-10-2) 1
HILTON (14-4-0) 2
Hunter Hutteman scored the game winning goal on the powerplay in the second period to lift Hilton to its fifth win in its last six contests. Cameron Stewart and Aiden Kennedy recorded the assists on the man advantage tally. Casey Hanrahan scored the contest’s opening goal unassisted and short handed in the first period. Barrett Paolini stopped 26 of 27 shots he faced for the Cadets. Ryan Fronczak scored his first varsity goal to tie the game for Victor early in the second. Oliver Kowal assisted on the milestone goal. Nathan MacBride made 24 saves between the pipes for the Blue Devils.
WEBSTER THOMAS (10-8-1) 3
PORTSIDE ROYALS (10-8-2) 3 OT
Joseph Mallette tallied his first goal for the Portside Royals in the tie. Landen Christ and Andrew Lamberton also scored for the Royals. Connor Thomas, Kevin Eckerd, and Ryan Henchen all recorded a helper. Lucas Nuccitelli led the way for Webster Thomas with a goal and an assist. Sam Nesbitt and Nathan Scheirer also scored for he Titans. Cam Hall registered an assist.
WFL PANTHERS (5-9-4) 2
AQUINAS (8-10-2) 6
Mikey Dossier recorded five points for Aquinas to help them end the regular season with a victory. Dossier tallied a hat trick and registered two assists. Caleb Wood, Tyler Day, and Ryan Whitney Also found the back of the net for the Li’l Irish. Wood’s goal came on the powerplay. Connor Carey collected four assists while Jack Davila, Jonathan Blankenburg, and Ares Miller all recorded a helper for Aquinas. Ryan Allen scored both goals for the WFL Panthers with one coming with the man advantage. Parker Lawton and Sean Allen connected with Ryan Allen on the powerplay tally.
HAMBURG (VI) 3
GENESEO/AVON/LIVONIA (4-11-3) 3 OT
Joey Cinquino Led the way for Geneseo/Avon/Livonia with a two goal performance. Jack Ruter tallied two points with a goal and an assist. Dominic Agosto tallied two assists for the Lakers.
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