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Shooting Saturday – Fed Hockey Recaps

The Northtown Center hosted three very physical High School Federation Boys Hockey games Saturday afternoon.

Williamsville North 4, Canisius 2

From the very beginning these two Division 1 rivals showed they did not like each other. A total of 20 penalties were taken between the two teams in the game. But in the end, it was the Spartans who came out on top. Brett Sardina had a goal and two assists and Daniel Mosher had a goal and an assist in the win. Peter John Ciotta and Matt Kreuzer each scored for the Crusaders.

Williamsville North Head Coach Bob Rosen was pleased with his team after the win, but warned going forward they need to tighten up, saying “We did a really good job for most of the game, we played better than the scoreboard. As well as we played a couple of pucks ended up in the back of the net. We can’t have games like that. We have to do a better job in our own zone.”

Next: Williamsville North heads to Niagara University to take on Niagara-Wheatfield on Friday at 8:30pm. Canisius will take on Kenmore East next Sunday at the HarborCenter at 5pm.

Clarence 3, Frontier 1

The Red Devils got out to a 2-0 lead in the first period and never looked back. David Cosentino scored the game’s first goal and assisted on the second. Richy Felber scored to seal it for Clarence with four minutes left in the game. Matthew Binkowski made 17 saves in net for the Red Devils.

“It’s an important win because we’re in the same division,” Clarence Head Coach Richard Brooks said. “We moved the puck well and did what we needed to do.”

Next: Clarence takes on Hamburg on Tuesday at 8:30pm at the HarborCenter.  Frontier will take on St. Joe’s next Sunday at the HarborCenter at 7pm.

West Seneca East 6, Williamsville South 3

The Billies jumped out to a 2-0 lead with two power play goals from Zach Rehbaum. However, the Trojans came back and scored five unanswered goals. Tyler Arndt had two goals and an assist in the win. Drew Werner had a goal and two assists for the Trojans.

“We started a little slow but settled in and made some adjustments,” West Seneca East Head Coach Phil Prynn said. “Will South is a team that beat us twice last year. They’re a very good team.”

Next: West Seneca East heads to Hyde Park to face Niagara Falls at 6:45pm. Williamsville South will face West Seneca West at the Northtown Center on Thursday at 7pm.

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