GENESEO/AVON/LIVONIA (4-11-4) 3
IRONDEQUOIT (1-16-3) 3 OT
A back-and-forth contest led to a tie between Geneseo/Avon/Livonia and Irondequoit. Matthew Mulvaney opened the scoring 16 seconds into the second period for the Lakers with assists from Dominic Agosto and Jack Ruter. Sam Crane tied the game late in the second period on the powerplay with some help from Alex McLaughlin and Dylan Carey. Agosto gave the Lakers the lead 26 seconds into the third period with assists from Jack Noto and Joey Cinquino. Carey tied the game up for the Eagles with help from Crane and Matt Whalen. Henry Velepec gave Irondequoit its first lead of the contest 30 seconds after the tying goal with assists from his brother Douglas and Landon Bryan. Joey Cinquino tied the game for Geneseo/Avon/Livonia on the powerplay with help from Agosto and Ruter. Joel Reeves Made 28 saves for Irondequoit while Nicholas Lipome recorded 23 saves.
SPARTAN HOCKEY (7-10-3) 2
GREECE STORM (9-10-1) 4
Jayden Gargana and Carter Griffin both tallied three points to guide Greece Storm to back-to-back victories to end the regular season. Gargana scored a powerplay goal and registered two assists while Griffin collected three helpers. Spencer Griffin tallied two points with a empty net goal and an assist. Brandon Delaney and Jack Pilgrim also found the back of the net for the Storm. Pilgrim’s goal came with the man advantage. Greece finished 2-for-3 on the powerplay. Alan Wilkins collected an assist for Greece. Stratos Triantafilou made 36 saves between the pipes. Oliver Sunday scored a powerplay for Spartan Hockey. Jack Everts scored the other goal for the Spartans. Matt Turner and Braylon Agnello each collected an assist. Grady Emo registered 40 saves in the crease for Spartan Hockey.
MCQUAID (15-4-0) 5
BISHOP TIMON (VI) 4 OT
Connor Emens scored the overtime game-winner for McQuaid to help them win back-to-back contests. Danny Wehle and Liam Palmer assisted on game winner. Jack Callery led the way for Knights with two goals and an assist. Matt Kozara also found the back of the net twice. Wehle finished with two helpers while Jayce Rodger, Jack Bovenzi, and Chase Brock all collected a helper.
BRIGHTON/HFL (5-14-0) 2
CHURCHVILLE-CHILI (5-14-1) 0
Ryan Hurwitz registered a 35-save shutout to help Brighton/HFL end its 10-game losing streak. Carson Meehan scored the contest’s opening goal in the second period with assists from Matthew Brassie and Natalie Loncz. Emmet Landt scored the other goal for the Bruins with some help from Jason Bennett and Grant Peinkopfer. Churchville-Chili heavily outshot Brighton/HFL 35-11.
PITTSFORD (17-2-1) 4
VICTOR (7-11-2) 0
Wilson Szydlo recorded a 20-save shutout to help Pittsford end the regular season with a nine-game winning streak. Drew Ricketts and David Pollard both scored a goal and tallied an assist for the Panthers. Ricketts’ goal came on the powerplay. Brady McMahon and Simon George also scored for Pittsford. Keegan Ahern, Keegan Garver, and Casey Reagan all collected a helper.
WFL PANTHERS (5-11-4) 3
CANANDAIGUA (8-8-4) 4
DJ Spychalski and Josh Barnes both tallied four points to help Canandaigua end the regular season on a win. Spychalski and Barnes both scored two goals and recorded two assists. Maddox Smith Collected two helpers while Jed Smith registered an assist for the Wolves. Collin Trapiss Led the way for the WFL Panthers with a goal and an assist. Leo Cohrs and Clark Mauchly also found the back of the net for the Panthers. Trevor Delmarle and Isaac Pundt each collected a helper.
MCQUAID (15-5-0) 3
BATAVIA NOTRE DAME (18-2-0) 6
Ivan Milovidov tallied a hat trick to help Batavia Notre Dame get back into the win column. One of Milovidov’s goals came short handed. Brady Johnson recorded two points with a goal and an assist. Joe DiRisio and Sam Pies also scored for the United. Jameson Motyka and Orion Lama tallied two helpers while Jake Hutchins and Noah Whitcombe each recorded an assist. Jack Callery led the way for McQuaid with two goals and an assist. Jack Bovenzi Scored the other goal for the Knights. Connor Emens, Sean Donlon, Liam Palmer, and Kaden Deming all collected a helper.
FAIRPORT (10-9-0) 5
BRIGHTON/HFL (5-15-0) 1
Ryan Alexander and Max Toscano each scored twice to help Fairport end the regular season on a four game win streak. Axel Black also found the back of the net and tallied an assist for the Red Raiders. AJ Nelson collected three helpers while Zack McNally, Hunter Smeek, Lucas Milne, and Owen Albanese all registered a helper. Patrick Rohr tallied the lone goal for Brighton/HFL with an assist from Natalie Loncz.
PENFIELD (14-6-0) 3
WEBSTER SCHROEDER (15-4-1) 6
Six different players tallied two points to help Webster Schroeder end the regular season with a six game winning streak. Aiden Baldwin, Nolan Roughsedge, Nolan Gamble, and Nicholas Sellitto all scored a goal and recorded an assist while TJ Swinson and Zach Broccolo collected two helpers. Roughsedge’s goal came on the powerplay. Scott Wagner and Harrison Allen also found the back of the net for the Warriors. Wagner’s tally came with the man advantage. Webster Schroeder was a perfect 2-for-2 with the man advantage. Anthony Pusateri, Tyler Lombardo, and Nicholas Scott all collected a helper. Wesley Maksymiu led the way for Penfield with a goal and an assist. Brother Mason and Thomas Obstarczyk also scored for the Patriots. Ethan Muroski recorded two assists while Corey Weiss and Travis Bush each collected a helper for Penfield.
WEBSTER THOMAS (10-8-1)
Michael Nappi registered a shutout to help Webster Thomas end the regular season on a win. Nathan Scheirer scored a powerplay gol to get the Titans on the board in the first period. Carter Chase collected the helper on the powerplay tally. Cam Hall scored the other goal with an assist from Nick Gruttadauria.
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