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Boys Fed Hockey Roundup – Sunday, February 3

Saturday’s games

Grand Island 4, Williamsville East 1

After clinching the top public school spot in Division III on Monday, the Vikings earned their fourth straight win.

Rhys Mendel led the way with a goal and two assists. Mitchell Fusillo, Ryan Jellinick, and Dylan Russo also scored for GI.

Mike Wolf had the lone Flame goal, coming on the power play in the second period.

Nathan Stroh stopped 32 of 33 shots faced in net for the Vikings.

Williamsville South 5, Iroquois-Alden 3

Ryan McDonald netted a hat trick as the Billies won their second game this week.

The game was tied at two going into the third period before the McDonald netted his second and third goals, followed by Liam Wicks, who scored with under two minutes left.

Grayson Gare netted the other Will South goal.

Aaron Wojtkowiak (two goals) and Jack Zienski scored for Iroquois-Alden.

Netminder Jacob DiPasquale made 18 saves for South.

Kenmore East 4, North Tonawanda 2

Aidan Bova and Tyler LaPorta had a pair of goals each as the Bulldogs earned their sixth league win of the season.

The Bulldogs took a 3-1 lead into the second period and never looked back.

Ethan Henry and Nolan Horn scored the two Lumberjack goals.

Ken-East goalie Seamus McPhee made 17 saves.

St. Francis 2, Kenmore West 0

Dylan Felser broke a scoreless tie with 5:49 left in the third period as the Red Raiders picked up their third straight win.

Connor Yuhas netted the game-sealing goal with just over a minute left in the game.

Mitch Taylor had the 26-save shutout.

Niagara Wheatfield 6, Frontier 2 

Chris Caccitore participated in all six goals and netted a hat trick as NW snapped a five game losing streak.

Caleb Lee had two goals and three assists.

Frontier brought the deficit to one as Nicholas Rogers scored with 10:15 left in the second period, but NW answered back less than two minutes later. Lucas Sullivan also scored for Frontier.

Ben Foster had the other Falcon goal.

Wheatfield netminder Peyton Siegmann made 23 saves in net.

Lew-Port 5, Lockport-Niagara Falls 3

Jeff Hyde and Joey Zachary each had two goals as the Lancers got their second-straight win.

Hyde’s first goal broke a 3-3 tie with 11:30 left in the third period.

Drew Merino netted two goals for L-NF while teammate Dylan Angelo scored the other.

Lucas Eoute had the other Lew-Port goal.

Tyler Stevenson had 24 saves in net for the Lancers.

Today’s games

Starpoint vs. Amherst 8:30 a.m. Northtown Center

The Spartans are in a tight race with West Seneca West for the No. 3 seed in the Small School playoffs as they enter their final two games of the season. The Tigers are coming off a 10-3 loss to West Seneca West last weekend.

Orchard Park vs. Williamsville North 12:20 p.m. Northtown Center

A long awaited first time matchup between two teams in the tight race for the top spot in the Large School playoffs. The Spartans fell to St. Joe’s 3-1 on Monday. The Quakers haven’t been in action since Jan. 21.

St. Francis vs. Hamburg 3:15 p.m. HarborCenter

The Red Raiders are still in the running for the Division III championship and would like to go into the postseason strong. The Bulldogs are coming off a 6-0 win over Williamsville East last week.

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