The Golden Eagles outshot Canton 31-0, as goalkeeper freshman Morgan Lupo did not have to make any saves in the team’s shutout win.
Joseph Ortiz (Rush-Henrietta), who eclipsed 2,000 career receiving yards last Saturday at Hobart, caught three balls for 25 yards and needs just four more catches to tie the program’s career record for receptions (220 Jake Spalik, 2010-13).
Defensively, Devin Woodyard (Brighton) had six tackles, including two sacks (17 yards) and 1.5 more tackles for loss (six yards).
After punting on their opening possession, the Cardinals would burst through the line as the Bears fumbled the pitch and catch with John Cleary (Fairport) pouncing on the ball at the Bridgewater 49.
The Redhawks found some rhythm in the second half and were able to outshoot the Griffins eight to one but none of those shots were able to sneak by the visitor’s goalkeeper.
The back line held Bloomfield to just one shot in the second half to help keep Roberts on top.
Robin de Jong assisted on the first Drenowatz goal and Cesca Shepherd assisted on the Freitag tally.
Ithaca (5-1), ranked #12 in the latest United Soccer Coaches poll, scored first with a goal in the 28th minute off a rebounded shot and save by senior goalkeeper Brian Wilkin (Hilton) for the first half lead.
The Golden Flyers, however, were able to pick up the pace in the second half, generating several chances before Plane finally broke through.
The ball eventually found its way to Josh Cooley in midfield. He sprayed a pass to the right side to Zach Lawlor (Aquinas)