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NYSAHA Saturday Recap

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By Janet Schultz (Photos from Friday night games)

A look at the scores from Satruday in the NYSAHA State Tournament:

Tier I 12U

Midstate Syracuse Nationals over Buffalo Regals 2 – 0 with Makayla Barron having both goals for Syracuse.

The Rochester Jr. Americans defeated the Buffalo Bisons 6-2. Charley Barlette had two for Rochester.

Valley Eagles shutout the Buffalo Regals 9-0.

Makayla Barron scored both goals in a 2-0 Midstate Syracuse Nationals win over the Buffalo Bisons.

Tier II 12U

The Rochester Edge beat the Rome Grizzlies 4-2 with Macy Hollenbeck scoring two for Rochester and Emma Blarch having both goals for Rome.

Malone Minor 46ers 3; Canton Pee Wee 1.

Amherst Knights lost to Bringhamton Blizzard Storm 3-2 in a shootout. Mia Pepicellie tied the game at 2-2 at 1:28 of the second and with no goals in the overtime it went to a shootout. Scoring goals in SO was Fern Farrow, Stella Iron and Sophia Browning of Binghamton.

Clifton Park 5; Brewster Lady Bulldogs 4. Andrea Sassatelli had a hatrick for Clifton and Brooke Ness had three goals for Brewster.

Tier I 14U

Midstate Syracuse over Rochester Jr Americans 2-1.

Midstate Syracuse Nationals over Buffalo Bisons 8-0.

The Amherst Knights beat the Rochester Jr. Americans 4-3 in a shootout. Cassidy Crogan tied the game at 5:29 of the third. No goals in overtime and Riely Keller and Kayla O’Donnel got goals past Rochester’s goalie in the Shootout.

The Valley Eagles defeated the Buffalo Regals 8-1.

The Buffalo Regals beat the Buffalo Bisons 2-1.

The Amherst Knights headed to antoher shootout after the Valley Eagles tied the game iin the third. No goals in the overtime sent them to a shootout with Maya Griffin and Isabelle Bourgeault scoring goals. Amherst’s goalie Brynn Bacak.stopped all shots in the shootout.

Tier II 14UA

Troy/Albany 10- 2 over Lysander Lightning. Elizabeth Mehling, Caitlyn Speck and Sara Carrin each had a hattrick.

It was a 3-2 victory for Mamoroneck over Canton with Parker Caldara scoring 2 goals for the Lady Tigers.

Tier II 14U B

Malone Minor 46ers shut out the Brewster Lady Bulldogs 4-0.

Sophia Philips had a hattrick in a 5-3 Niagara Jr.Purple Eagles victory over Twin Rinks of Eisenhower.

Tier I 16U A & B

It was a shootout that determined the Midstate Syracuse Nationals vs Monroe County game. It was 2-1 after two when Jaylunn Castro scored for Syracuse to tie the game at 7:52 of the third. No goals in overtime leading to a shootout with Finley Hogan scoring for the Syracuse 3-2 victory.

The Valley Eagles shutout Rome 4-0 with Eva Mayo having two goals.

Rochester Youth beat the Buffalo Bisons 4-0 with Greta Brezenski having two goals for Rochester.The Buffalo Bisons defeated Monroe County 3-1 with Tessa Morris getting the game winner.

Another overtime with the Rome Grizzlies coming out on top 2-1 over the Midstate Syracuse Nationals. Meghan Crowley scored the game-winner.

Angelina DiGirokmo scored two goals to lead her Rochester Youth hockey team to a 4-2 victory over the Valley Eagles.

Tier II 16U A&B

CNY Bobcats, 4; Amherst Knights 0.

Faith O’Connor had the game winner for the Power City Bruins in a 5-2 victory over the Southtown Stars.

The Malone Minor 46ers’ Brooke Terry had a hatrick in a 9-1 victory over the Lady Islanders. Blake Dubeau had the lone goal for the Islanders.

Bayley Duffy had four goals and Jullian Willis had a hatrick in a 7-5 victory for the Adirondack Northstars over the NYC Cyclones. Zoe Roensenberg and Leila Nielsen each had two goals for NYC.

Tier I 19U

Rochester Youth over Buffalo Bisons, 4-0. Peyton Compton with 2 goals.

The Rochester team went on to beat the Bisons once again 10-0.

Tier II 19U

Valley Eagles beat Amherst Knights 6-0 with Rebecca Carn scoring three for the hattrick.

Bridgid Duffy scored both goals for Adirondack Northstars in a 2-1 victory over the Troy/Albany Ice Cats.

Rochester Edge 3; Hamburg Hawks 1.

Canton Pee Wee 7; Twin Rinks at Eisenhower 1.

Rebecca Cain had a hattrick taking her Valley Eagles to a 6-0 shutout over the Amherst Knights.

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