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Rochester Juniors Win 2024 Tim Horton Memorial Cup

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Rochester Juniors 2024 Champs

By Randy Schultz; Photos by Janet Schultz©

Ivan Milovidov scored two goals while Anderson Cornwell tallied a hat trick in a losing cause as the Rochester Junior All-Star Team  defeated the Buffalo Junior All-Star Team, 8-6, and win the Tim Horton Memorial Cup in the first of three games as part of the 18th Annual Scotty Bowman Cup series. The game was played at Buffalo’s KeyBank Center.

This first game featured boys who are junior high school players from the Buffalo and Rochester regions.  Instead of playing the traditional three periods, each game was played in 22-minute halves.

Rochester jumped out to first-half 5-2 lead. Scoring for the Section V team was Milovidov (Batavia-Notre Dame United High School), his first goal and single goals by Keegan Ahern (Pittsford HS), Jack Callery (McQuaid HS), TJ Swinson (Webster-Schroeder HS) and Maddox Smith (Canandaigua HS).

Puck Drop

Buffalo’s two first-half goals came from Davin Krakowiak ((Williamsville South HS) and Jacob Simpson (Kenmore East HS).

Seven more goals were scored in the second half between the two teams. Rochester’s three tallies came from Milovidov (his 2nd of the game), Parker Monette (Spartan HS Hockey) and Angelo Latore (Penfield HS).

Buffalo goals were scored by Cornwall with three goals (St Joseph’s Collegiate Institute) and Eric Cunningham (Williamsville North HS).

(All photos property of Janet Schultz/NYHOL© For permission to use or obtain please email [email protected])

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Janet has been covering women's hockey for over 35 years. Along with a 38 year career in Public Relations and over 40 years photographing sports, she found a passion in women's hockey. Her initial story was on the founding of the Niagara University D1 program, she expanded to collegiate and youth and was active in the founding and promoting of the WNY Girls Varsity Ice Hockey Federation. When Professional Women's Hockey hit the ice she was there, one of the first to release the story in WNY. Along with her husband, Randy, people comment that if there's hockey, the Schultz's are there!