The second half saw more run and gun offense from the Green and Gold, outshooting Houghton 6-2. At 60:04 Brockport forward Mathew Stefaniw (Eastridge), beat a defender and fired a shot off the post.
Prior to the game, the five seniors on the Nazareth were honored as Mitchell Fors, Zach Titus (Aquinas), AJ Muoio (Rush-Henrietta), James Walsh and Josh Ripic were each remembered and honored for their careers for the Golden Flyers.
Joe Germinerio surpassed Joe Scibilia for the career passing yards record with 6,701, solidifying himself as one of Brockport’s best. Germinerio accomplished this feat with only three years under center.
Shots were 26-2 in favor of RIT, who fired 16 shots on target. Garno finished with two goals, while Nick Simone (Hilton, NY/Hilton) handed out a pair of assists.
The Cardinals wrapped up the night with a season-high 20 shots, nine of which were on net. Bonetto and Dallas Kaiser (Pittsford Sutherland) each recorded four shots in the affair, while Randall added three and Brown and Norman each added two.
Despite a 25-6 disadvantage in shots, the Golden Flyers prevailed to improve to 7-5-4 overall, while the Tartans dropped their fourth straight to drop to 7-6-1 overall.
Rochester’s Zach Lawlor (Aquinas) had two excellent chances for the Yellowjackets during a scoreless first half.
The Green and Gold came out shooting early, Maddie Siclare (Hilton) fired one wide of the cage at 48:53 of the 2nd.
The Redhawks were able to get two shots on goal versus Molloy’s nine. These two shots came from junior Israela Groves. Also, junior goalkeeper Kelsey Brinkel (Aquinas) played the entire game and added eight saves on the day.
Michael Burton had seven punts on the day and averaged 37.0 yards per kick. The senior punter pinned the Mustangs inside their own 20 twice including a career-long 60-yard kick.