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Boys Fed Hockey Roundup – Sunday, January 27th

Yesterday’s games

West Seneca West 10, Amherst 3

Kyle Haettich and Billy Coughlin earned hat tricks while Mike Velasquez and Ethan Parsons had four assists each as the Indians earned their ninth league win of the season.

Adam Willig, Andrew Johnson, and Charles Sinagra all netted goals for the Tigers.

Chase Chodkowski’s first of two goals gave West Seneca West the 2-0 lead with 3:52 left in the opening period.

Parsons and Griffin Finnegan had the other Indian goals.

Williamsville South 5, West Seneca East 2

Grayson Gare netted a hat trick as the Billies got their fourth win of the year.

The Trojans took the lead in the first with a goal from Noah Bily on the power play four minutes into the game. Will South answered back in the second with two goals and added another three in the third.

Ben Carey and Kevin McGraw also scored for the Billies.

Connor Mentel netted the other West Seneca East goal.

Jacob DiPasquale stopped 22 shots in goal for Will South.

Hamburg 6, Williamsville East 0

Jacob O’Donnell had a hat trick and two assists as the Bulldogs picked up their second win since mid-December.

Hamburg jumped out to a two-goal lead in the first period.

Chris Damiani netted two goals while teammate Tim Stuart had the other goal.

Jake Hutchison earned the 18-save shutout in net.

St. Mary’s 4, Niagara Wheatfield 2

Brendan Krawczyk scored the game-winner late in the second period as the Lancers extended their point streak to seven games.

St. Mary’s took a two-score lead with goals from Alex Bialkowski and Caleb Mangan.

The Falcons responded with two power play goals from Ben Foster and Caleb Lee.

Jared Mangan netted the empty net goal for the Lancers to seal it.

St. Mary’s netminder Kyle Karoleski stopped 19 of 21 shots.

Lew-Port 6, Sweet Home 3

Jack Evert had the fifth and final hat trick of the day carrying the Lancers to their fourth league win of the season.

Evert and Panther Colin Regian both scored in the first 17 minutes.

Lew-Port went on a tear in the second period with three unanswered goals.

Sweet Home got two quick goals courtesy of Regian and Connor Weiskerger to cut the deficit to one with 12:04 left in the game.

Evert scored the game-sealing goal on a breakaway with 1:47 left.

Peter Spameni accounted for two goals while Joey Zachary had the other for Lew-Port.

Goalie Andrew Hanna made 31 saves to go along with an assist on the last Lancer goal.

Today’s games

St. Joe’s vs. Canisius 1 p.m. Buffalo State

It’s the second meeting in less than a week between the two rivals. The Marauders beat the Crusaders on Monday, 2-1. However, this matchup will be the one that counts toward the Monsignor Martin playoff standings. Canisius beat Niagara Wheatfield 4-2 on Friday.

If Canisius wins, they will take the top seed in the MMAA playoffs. If the Marauders prevail, they will have five points toward seeding and can take the top seed if they beat St. Francis on Thursday.

Frontier vs. Lancaster 3:15 p.m. Buffalo State

The Legends will be looking to rebound after a tough loss to St. Mary’s on Monday, which snapped a three-game winning streak. The Falcons have lost two-straight.

Lockport-Niagara Falls vs. St. Francis 4 p.m. HarborCenter

The Red Raiders picked up their first win in nearly month by beating Bishop Timon on Monday. Lockport-Niagara Falls kept Timon out of the net for the entire first period on Friday night before falling 5-1.

Kenmore West vs. Iroquois-Alden 6:15 p.m. HarborCenter

The Blue Devils are coming off a hard 4-1 loss to rival Kenmore East on Monday. Ken West needs to run the table in order to clinch the top seed in the Small School playoffs. Iroquois-Alden hasn’t been in action since a Jan. 6 win over Amherst.

Williamsville South vs. Timon 8:30 p.m. HarborCenter

The Tigers bounced back from a loss to St. Francis by beating Lockport-Niagara Falls on Friday. The Billies are coming off an upset win over West Seneca East on Saturday.

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