November 2, 2010


Squirts victorious over Salmon River

The Cortland Flames Squirt Travel youth hockey team was a 6-1 winner over visiting Salmon River Saturday as Jake Prunier led the way with two goals and an assist.
Jackson Brazo had a goal and an assist for the winners, while Zavien Rosato, Nick Gravel and Adam Jubran scored one goal each. Zach Wilhoit made four saves and P.J. Sager stopped five shots as they shared time in the winners’ net.
The Heritage Realty of Central New York squad won one of three games in its opening weekend of the season. Alex Smith had the lone goal and goalie P.J. Shager made 28 saves in a 4-1 loss at Fulton on Saturday. Nate Evans had the game’s only goal and Brandon Ludwig made eight saves for the shutout in a 1-0 win at Geneva on Sunday morning.
In a 3-2 home loss to Midstate Sunday afternoon, Adam Buttaccio and Louis Nardis had a goal apiece and Ludwig made three saves.
The Computing Center team fell to the visiting Elmira Jackals 6-5 on Sunday. Kevin Gardner had three goals for the hosts, while Nicholas Djafari and Kalib Manning had a goal apiece and goalie Kevin Taylor made 10 saves.
The Cortland squad was broken up into two teams, which played concurrently against Skaneateles squads in games that went cross-ice.
Team B was a 7-5 winner as Mitchell Riter scored three goals, Matthew Meagley two goals and Aidan Villnave and Logan Swartz one goal each, goalie Riley Davis with 14 saves. No statistics were reported for Skaneateles in either game.
Team A played to a 7-7 tie with Skaneateles as Dillon Skinner led the way with three goals while Kai Hokanson, Madeleine Erno, Hannah Partigianoni and Gracie Patriarco scored one goal each and goalie Adam Howser made 16 saves.
The Homer Logging squad tied visiting Onondaga 6-6 on Sunday as Danny Turk had two goals and two assists, Matt May a goal and two assists and John Burhans, Mike May and Julia Brazo one goal apiece. Goalie Wallace (no first name reported) made 18 saves.
In late reports from the weekend before, the Cortland squad lost to the host Syracuse Blazers 7-0, no stats reported, and visiting Ithaca 7-2 on Sunday as Turk and Zack Cornish had a goal and an assist apiece and Wallace stopped 25 shots.


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