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Boys Fed Hockey Round Up Monday December 3rd

Recapping Yesterday’s Games

Falcons rally to beat Legends

Niagara Wheatfield (2-2-0) beat the Lancaster Legends (1-3-0) for the second time this week Sunday night at HarborCenter edging out their Division I foe, 4-3. Chris Caccitore’s 3rd goal of the season early in the third period proved to be the game winner.

Austin Durandetto, Anthony Delisanti and Timothy Jones also scored for the Falcons.

Lancaster’s Max Richter opened up the scoring in the first period, it was also his 3rd goal of the year. Derek Lasker and Jon Czechowski each had a goal and an assist for the Legends.

Dylan Woods made 21 saves in the win for Niagara Wheatfield. Caccitore also added an assist in the win.

“It was a nice win,” Falcons head coach Rick Wrazin said. “As a team we need to learn how to win and that was a big step. We have to get better in a lot of areas but it will come.”

Lancaster will play Clarence (0-2-0) Thursday at Northtown while the Falcons will be headingto the Ice Hutch Arena down in Mt Vernon, NY.

Crusaders take down Lancers

Canisius improves to 3-0 on the season after defeating St. Mary’s of Lancaster 4-3 Sunday afternoon at Buffalo State College Ice Arena. The loss drops the Lancers to 0-2-0 but they did not go down quietly against the Crusaders.

Daniel Pfalzer made it 4-3 with 6:55 remaining in regulation to pull the Lancers too within a goal. St. Mary’s had a chance with the man advantage two minutes later but that was short lived when they were called for slashing less than a minute on the power play.

Spencer DiLeo, Will Conmy, Dan Sippel and Dan Tocco scored for Canisius while Joe Henry, Chris Henry, and Pfalzer each recorded goals for St. Mary’s.

Alex Sabuda stopped 22 shots for Canisius.

Bulldogs offense explodes in first win

Kenmore East (1-2-0) won their first game of the season Sunday night after defeating West Seneca East (0-2-0) 7-3 at HarborCenter. Alex Ghoshen and Tyler LaPorta each had two goals and an assist while Ryan Hahn had a goal and two helpers to lead the Bulldogs.

Goalie Seamus McPhee had another impressive outing for the Bulldogs making 20 saves.

The Trojans jumped out to a 2-0 lead early in the first period before allowing five straight.

Kenmore East will head up to Malone, NY this weekend to play teams from Section VII and X.

Michael Greiner and Gavin Smyth also scored for the Bulldogs while Tyler Arndt, Mason Smith and Michael Borowiak scored for WSE.

Red Raiders off to impressive start

St. Francis (2-0-0) took down Lew-Port (0-2-0) 8-1 Sunday evening at the HarborCenter in a D-III showdown. Aiden Roberts recorded a hat-trick, Ryan Fitch had two and Hunter Oliver, Pierce Greene, Joe Wujek each chipped in a goal for Frannies.

Brendan Janik made 13 saves for the Red Raiders.

St. Francis will take on Williamsville East on Saturday at Northtown Center. Lew-Port’s next Fed game will be on Sunday against Iroquois-Alden at Buffalo State.

Out of Town Scores

West Seneca West 7, Scarsdale 6 – OT

  1. Ethan Parsons scores on a Penalty Shot to seal the win

Ethan Parsons with the OT penalty shot! @hockey_wsw WINS 7-6 — Cindy Ball (@CindyB31) December 2, 2018

St. Joe’s 8, Pelham 3

  1. Matthew Orlowski recorded a hat-trick

Orchard Park 2, Mamaroneck 2

  1. Ryan Albert made 19 saves for the Quakers

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