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Tuesday: Unexpected Turn of Events
April 8, 2014 - There was lots of excitement in Section Five today as Penfield took Fairport, Thomas played a close one with Pittsford, and Irondequoit, playing with a new Head Coach, who had the job for just a few hours, played a close one with Victor. Rush-Henrietta defeated Schroeder and Mynderse beat Midlakes in overtime. Other winners were Gates Chili with a 7-5 win over Thunder, Pal-Mac, Gananda, McQuaid Jesuit, Spencerport and Canandaigua. Full Report

Wednesday: Bath and Churchville Both win 19-4
April 9, 2014 - Both Bath (2-5) and Churchville-Chili (2-0) won their games today with a score of 19-4. Next up for Bath is Aquinas in two weeks. Churchville-Chili will take on Schroeder tomorrow. Full Report

Thursday: Schroeder Takes Churchville-Chili
April 10, 2014 - Most of the games were once again a matter of a lot to a little. One of the exceptions, however, was the Warriors victory over the Saints, which Schroeder won 5-4. After a 5-1 lead Webster let C-C back in and made it an exciting finish. Mynderse won a 7-5 game with Bloomfield-Honeoye. Other winners were Thomas, Fairport, Pittsford, Gananda, Penn Yan, Geneva and Canandaigua. Rush-Henrietta beat the Lightning, 9-6. Full Report

Saturday: McQuaid takes Irondequoit, Churchville Takes CA
April 5, 2014 - There were fourteen games played today and a couple of exciting ones. Pittsford traveled to Hamilton College and beat Duxbury (Massachusetts). Churchville-Chili beat Canandaigua in overtime and McQuaid Jesuit defeated Irondequoit for the first time in their history. Waterloo was an 11-9 winner over Bath and Schroeder beat Spencerport 10-6. Brighton defeated visiting Livonia and Fairport beat Thomas. Other winners were Marcus Whitman who beat the new team from Watkins Glen (Section 4), Eastridge, Pal-Mac, Newark, Gananda, Victor and Penn Yan. Full Report

Monday: Canandaigua and Geneva Win Today
April 7, 2014 - Canandaigua played a night game in the cold rain, but went home with a win over Brighton. Geneva played Newark at Waterloo today and also came home with a win. The Aquinas at Gananda game was stopped due to field conditions after the first quarter, with Aquinas ahead 3-2. The game will be continued at a future date. Full Report

Thursday: Schroeder over Irondequoit in Double Overtime
April 3, 2014 - There were seven more games played on Thursday and one of the exciting ones was Schroeder`s overtime win at Irondequoit in spite of Eagle sophomore goalie, Max Eismann`s 16 save (70%) day in the cage. Thomas won their game at Victor. Marcus Whitman scored three goals in the first quarter and that made the difference when they beat Mynderse 5-2. Penfield beat Hilton, Wayne defeated Waterloo and McQuaid Jesuit was a winner in their game with visiting Avon. Full Report

Friday: Midlakes over Bloomfield-Honeoye 11-10
April 4, 2014 - Midlakes had an exciting one goal win over Bloomfield-Honeoye and Canisius (Section 6) had a 9-6 win over Aquinas in the two games played on Friday. Full Report

Jake O'Connor and Ryan Maloney First Winners
April 1, 2014 - The first Player of the Week awards are Penfield's senior defenseman Jacob O`Connor and Victor's sophomore attackman Ryan Maloney. The players were selected from over thirty worthy nominations submitted last week. Full Report

Tuesday: Seven Runaways - Many Games Canceled
April 1, 2014 - Half the scheduled games planned for today were canceled for field conditions, but the seven games that were played were one-sided. The winners were Spencerport, Pittsford, Victor, Gananda, Greece Arc/Oly and Waterloo. Medina (Section 6) beat Batavia-Attica. Full Report

Wednesday: Three More Runaways
April 2, 2014 - Continuing from yesterday`s lopsided scores, three more games were played on Wednesday. Bath beat the new program at Watkins Glen (Section 4), St. Joseph`s beat Aquinas and Midlakes beat Batavia-Attica. Full Report

Nick Panara and Aaron Buck Are Week 2 Winners
April 8, 2014 - This week`s Player of the Week awards are Pittsford senior defenseman Nick Panara and Churchville Chili senior attackman Aaron Buck. The players were selected from nominations submitted last week. Full Report

Pittsford, Fairport, Penfield and Thomas Top Class A
April 1, 2014 - Pittsford comes out on top of the pre-season poll with two exceptional athletes. Defenseman Nick Panara (Fairfield) was recently named to the Northeast Region Top Players Watch List by Lacrosse magazine. He finished last season with 44 ground balls and 17 takes for the Panthers. Stephen Quinzi (Georgetown) finished last season with 34g-17a and was named to the All Section Team. He is one of only four non-seniors named to the list in 2013. Quinzi had the second highest goals and assists for the Panthers last year behind graduated senior Albie DiPasquale. He will continue to be a serious threat this season for the Panthers. In addition to Quinzi, the Panthers return Brandon Barker (Ohio State) with 30g-11a and Billy Cooper (13g-3a). Full Report

Canandaigua, Victor, Irondequoit and Churchville-Chili Top Class B
April 1, 2014 - After a triple overtime win in the Class B Finals last season, Canandaigua returns at the top of the pack. The Braves lost their next game to the Section VI Champion Hamburg. They return fifty-two percent of their roster this season with fourteen new players joining the team. The leading scorer and assister for the Braves both return in Brian Feldman (Quinnipiac) with 52g-8a and Eric Munn (Siena) with 34g-29a. The loss of graduated seniors Dan LaCrosse (Colgate), Connor Moore (St. Rose), Ben Northrup (Nazareth) and goalie Michael Cuciti (Nazareth) will be hard felt this season. Last season’s back-up goalie, Luke MacNeil, returns to start in the cage this season. He played 100 minutes last season. Senior defenseman Joe Eddinger (Albany) will also help anchor the defense Full Report

Penn Yan, Geneva, Pal-Mac and Geneva Top Class C
April 1, 2014 - Penn Yan returns this season a favorite for their nineteenth Section Five Championship. The Mustangs return eighteen players from their 2013 roster. Bradley Voigt (Syracuse) returns as the leading goals and points scorer for 2013. He finished the season with 57g-40a (179g-112a in his career). A first Team All Section selection in both 2012 and 2013, he is joined in the offense by attackman Rion Davison (Hartford) with 34g-21a and midfielder Andrew Perl (Coker) with 48g-14a. Sophomore middie Austin Fingar committed to Cornell last fall and will help with face offs. Defensively, Brandon Maciejewski (Stony Brook) returns for his fourth season starting between the pipes. He finished last season with a 67.68% save percentage. Full Report