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Boys Fed Hockey Roundup – Sunday, December 2nd

Yesterday’s games

Division I

Lancaster 3, St. Mary’s 1

It’s pretty simple.

Anthony Scoma just wants to play hockey with his friends and enjoy his senior year of high school.

And along the way, if he helps the Lancaster Legends reach sectionals, the senior certainly wouldn’t mind.

Scoma is coming back to the Legends Fed Hockey team after spending the last few years with the Buffalo Jr. Sabres.

So far, the return is going well for Scoma.

The senior had two points, including the game-winning goal Saturday afternoon in the Legends’ first victory of the season, a 3-1 triumph over cross-town rival St. Mary’s Lancers at the Northtown Center.

“He has talent, there’s no question about it,” Lancaster coach Kevin Miller said of Scoma. “He’s got speed. He put a big goal in for us. We’re very lucky to have him on the roster.”

Last weekend, Lancaster suffered losses to St. Joe’s and Niagara Wheatfield. The Legends have a rematch with the Falcons on Sunday.

“The first two games were a little rough,” said Scoma, who has five points through three games, “so we analyzed our mistakes. We had a hard week of practice and we’re ready for Niagara Wheatfield.”

The game got off to a quick start as Lancaster’s Jon Czechowski found Max Richter for the opening score less than 30 seconds into the game.

St. Mary’s tied things up a few minutes later when Joe Henry scored. However, the tie was short-lived as Scoma scored to give his team the lead with under 10 minutes left in the period.

The Legends increased their lead to two goals as Eli Marino took advantage of a power play opportunity with five and a half minutes left in the period.

“We just didn’t come to play today,” St. Mary’s coach Mark Dantonio said. “We took some selfish, stupid penalties. From my side of things, we never really wanted to work hard enough to make it happen. The good thing is it happened now. It’s a humbling experience for the kids.”

Division II

Starpoint 5, Kenmore East 4

The Dewey brothers, Brenden and Blake, scored two goals each as the Spartans picked up their first divisional win of the season. Carmelo Martorana had the other Starpoint goal and chipped in an assist. The Bulldogs converted three of their four power play chances as Dominic Cassillo and Ryan Hahn had a goal and an assist each.


McQuaid 2, Canisius 1

Spencer DiLeo scored the lone Canisius goal as the Crusaders suffered their first loss of the season.

Grand Island 11, Lockport/Niagara Falls 0 

Tyler Hunt led the way with a hat-trick and three assists as six Vikings had multi-point games. Dylan Russo added four helpers to bring him to nine total assists in two games.

Fabulous 21 Tournament – Mount Vernon, NY

St. Joe’s 6, Mamaroneck 0

Connor McKendry had a goal and two assists and Matt Orlowski netted two goals as the Marauders win their second game of the year. Joe Fronczak earned the nine-save shutout.

Shenendehowa 6, West Seneca West 2

Orchard Park 3, John Jay 0 

Tomorrow’s games

Lancaster vs. Niagara Wheatfield – 4:00 p.m. HarborCenter

Canisius vs. St. Mary’s – 4:00 p.m. Buffalo State

West Seneca East vs. Kenmore East – 6:15 p.m. HarborCenter

Lew-Port vs. St. Francis – 8:30 p.m. HarborCenter

Fabulous 21 Tournament – Mount Vernon, NY

West Seneca West vs. Scarsdale – 10:15 a.m.

St. Joe’s vs. Pelham – 12:30 p.m.

Orchard Park vs. Mamaroneck – 2:45 p.m.

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