Boys Fed Hockey Round Up – January 15th, 2018
Area scores from Monday, January 14th
Williamsville North 9, Frontier 1
The Spartans recorded 51 shots on goal as Mac Ward, Jacob Okulewicz and Mason Meggo all netted a pair of goals and earned their fifth league win of the season.
With the win and a Clarence loss, Will North currently holds the top seed in the large school playoffs.
Ryan Messing cut the Falcon deficit to 4-1 with a power play goal in the second, but the Spartans scored five unanswered including three in the final 5:04 of the game.
Ryan Bianchi had three assists.
North netminder Ben Sanders made 11 saves in the winning effort.
Bishop Timon 3, Grand Island 2
The Tigers overcame a 2-1 second intermission deficit to beat the Vikings and put themselves in the driver seat to win Division III.
Timon’s John Glascoe scored the game-winner with 9:33 left in the game. Teammate Jake Reid netted the power play goal to tie the game earlier in the third.
Trevor Samplinski and Josh Conta had the GI goals, both coming with the man-advantage.
Hayden Sawynsky scored the Tigers’ first goal.
Cole Berhalter had 23 saves in the winning effort.
Hamburg 3, Kenmore East 2
Chris Damiani netted the game-winner with seven minutes left as Hamburg picked up its first win since Dec. 17th.
Ken-East had a 2-1 lead going into the locker room after the first intermission with goals from Dominic Cassillo and Tyler LaPorta.
Andrew Lauria tied things up scoring with 7:13 left in the second period.
Luke Wojnicki had Hamburg’s first goal.
St. Mary’s 4, Clarence 1
Alex Bialkowski, Sammy Dantonio, Jared Mangan and Daniel Reif all scored for the Lancers as they extended their point streak to six games.
Brady Carlson netted the lone-Red Devil goal, which came short-handed with 12:08 left in the second period.
Williamsville East 4, North Tonawanda 1
Ryan Mitchell got a hat trick as the Flames earned their fifth league win of the season.
Jack Tollar scored the game’s first goal to give the Lumberjacks the lead going into the first intermission.
Nick Mancuso tied the game with 11:45 left in the second period.
Liam Wojciechowski stopped 20 shots in net for Will East.