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January 21, 2014

 

Pee Wees do split

The Heritage Realty Pee Wee Travel youth hockey team split a pair of weekend home games, losing 10-4 to Oswego on Saturday and beating Ithaca 9-3 on Sunday.
Josh Cargen had a hat trick with three goals and Trevor Jubran had a goal and an assist against Oswego, goalie Adam Howser with 15 saves. Cargen had two goals and an assist against Ithaca, while Drew Bilodeau and Dante Partriarco each had a goal and an assist. Single goals came from Jubran, Logan Griffin, John Calabrese, Nicholas Perry and Kevin Gardner. Saves were not reported.
SQUIRT SNOWBELT
The Computing Center squad played three games over the weekend, starting with a 6-2 win over host Camillus 2 on Saturday as Matt Meagley and Ben McGrath both scored twice and added an assist apiece. Dakota Ayer had a goal and an assist and Dominic Barbato a goal, and goalie Andrew Kristof stopped four shots as the winners racked up a 24-6 shot advantage.
On Sunday, Cortland fell to host Whitestown 8-2 as Ayer and Dillon Skinner scored once each while Kristof made nine saves and Riley Delage stopped three shots. Visiting Geneva beat Cortland 9-5 in Sunday’s second game as Ayers scored three goals, Andrew Partigianoni had a goal and an assist and Braden Marsh scored once. Kristof made three saves and Delage 13.
MITE
The Traver Millwork Red team fell to visiting Valley 15-5 on Saturday as Tucker Gabriel, Hunter Everle and Padraic Andrews scored goals and goalie Garret Clark made 44 saves.
A 9-5 loss to Midstate on Sunday saw Andrews, Everle, Ryan Spalding and Declan Vail score goals as Clark stopped 40 shots to keep the game close. Sunday’s second home game was a full-ice contest and resulted in an 8-3 win over Auburn as Everle, Spalding, Andrews and Aidan Farron scored goals and Clark turned aside 18 shots.
Brady Coffin and Tyler Luckey were the goal-scorers for the O’Connor & Kruman White team Saturday in a 9-2 home loss to Valley. Goalie Gabe O’Connor made 12 saves.
Coffin and Brendan Andrews scored in a 17-2 loss to visiting Binghamton on Sunday, Dominic Jump between the pipes and making 15 saves.

 

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