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2016-17 Season Updates and News
WEEK 5 HIGHLIGHTS
A shortened 5-game week due to the unavailability of the rink for any games on Saturday. We ended Round "A" with Binghamton alone at the top and E/HH, Vestal, and CV all bunched up closely behind them. The next two weeks will each have 8 games as we triple up on Saturday.
Thursday's game was between JC and ME with the Spartans getting on the board with two first period goals from Logan Roux (assists from Tyler Castaldo, Hunter Gorick, and Danielle Edwards). ME scored again in period 2 (Hunter Gorick from Alex Robitaille and Gavin Fedor) and had blanked JC until Cody Malyszek got the Wildcats only goal with an assist to Carter Gray. Tyler Leniek got the 3-1 victory making 23 saves for ME while Rebecca Reynolds had 43 for JC.
Friday's game was the final Round "A" game and featured UE going against a hot CV squad. The Warriors continued their run netting the first 5 goals in this game before Louis Newman finally got a UE goal. This one ended 7-1 for CV as they continued playing well. CV was lead offensively by Joey Maerkl (g,3a), Webb Botting (2g,2a), Edward Kuklo (2g), and Ben Coscia (2g,a). Eric Brom had 9 saves for CV getting the win.
Sunday's first game had E/HH facing off against Chenango Forks. This was a very exciting back and forth game from start to finish. CF scored first five minutes into the game on a Kieran Horton goal (assist to Ryan Gresham) but E/HH tied things up just before the period ended on a Dylan Gaylord goal (Connor Sullivan assist). Five minutes into period 2 CF again took the lead when Carter O'Brien scored (assists to Dylan Templeton and Ryan Gresham) making this one 2-1. Two minutes later on the power play, the Express once again tied the game on a Jack Peterson tally (assists to Dylan Gaylord and Connor Sullivan) to end second period scoring. It was E/HH that took their first lead of the game 3 minutes into the third period on another Dylan Gaylord goal (assisted by Connor Sullivan) on the power play. The Forks squad remaining opportunistic making the most of their shots tying this one up again at three on another Kieran Horton goal (assisted by Ryan Gresham and Tyler Smith). Despite being outshot 38-11 in the game and 14-2 in the last period, Forks played even with the Express until once again with a power play, Jack Peterson scored (assist to Gaylord) this time with just over a minute remaining in the game to secure a 4-3 E/HH victory. Mason Squires had 8 saves for the Express getting the win while Cade Horton had 34 saves with a stellar performance.
The middle game Sunday saw Vestal taking on Union Endicott. This game was much like the early game with entertaining back and forth lead changes. Vestal's Connor Jurgensen (assists to Christian Palmiter and Derek Avery) scored the only goal of the first period. UE got things going less than 3 minutes into period two on a David Strollo goal (assists to Zach Miles and Louis Newman) tying this game up. Vestal came back on the power play to regain the lead in this one with a Andrew Wagner goal (assist to Jurgensen) but not to be outdone UE again tied things up with a Louis Newman score ending the second period knotted at 2. This game stayed tied until less than 4 minutews remained when Vestal's Derek Avery (Palmiter and Jurgensen assiting) gave the Golden Bears the lead. A minute later Vestal netted a pair of goals 10 seconds apart (Jurgensen from Palmiter and Dougie Matthews from Wagner) to put this one away even with a last minute Zach Miles goal (Newman assist) for the Tigers. Vestal's Noah McLaughlin got the 5-3 win making 17 saves with Dylan Pavlovich having 40 saves for UE very much keeping them in the game.
The final game on Sunday was between first place Binghamton and ME with the script in this one very much like the two games before it. A back and forth battle between these two teams saw Binghamton come away with a 3-2 lead after the first period. The teams traded goals and leads in the middle period with the Patriots again emeging with the slimmest of margins with a 5-4 lead. ME tied this game up once again midway through the final period on a Brenden Tennant powerplay goal (assist to Danielle Edwards) but Binghamton would not be denied. A minute later Donovan Felder had the game's final score with assists to Luke Miller and Jake Miller. The Spartans kept pressuring into the final minutes and both teams had scoring chances but this one ended up 6-5 Binghamton. The Pats were lead offensively by Luke Miller (2g,2a), Jake Miller (g,2a), Donovan Felder (g,a), and Zach Cerinetti (2a). For ME it was Adam Rutkowski (g,2a), Branden Tennant (2g,a), and Danielle Edwards (g,a). Tyler Leniek recorded 25 saves for ME while Josh Ryan got the win for Binghamton.
First BCHSHA goals were scored by: David Strollo (UE)
THE NEXT MEETINGS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Monday, December 5th, 7:00 pm - Location: SUNY Broome Ice Center

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