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November 19, 2013

 

Bantams get nipped after shutout victory

The Economy Paving Bantam Travel youth hockey team split a pair of weekend games, beating the host Jefferson Jaguars 5-0 Saturday in Watertown and falling 4-3 to the visiting Perinton Bantam Major squad on Sunday.
Brandon Ludwig made 25 saves for the shutout against Jefferson as Cortland had a 37-25 shot advantage. Cole Compagni scored twice while Jason Wojcinski, Jared Berry and Ben Gravel each scored one goal.
Compagni and Matt Gombas had a goal and an assist apiece and Dylan Cooper one goal against Perinton, while goalie P.J. Shager made 25 saves.
PEE WEE TRAVEL
The Heritage Realty Pee Wee Travel youth hockey team lost 8-1 to the visiting Binghamton Junior Senators Saturday as Adam Buttaccio scored the lone goal and goalies Nick Rogers and Adam Howser combined for seven saves.
SQUIRT SNOWBELT
The Computing Center squad lost 11-2 to the host Onondaga Thunder on Sunday as Dakota Ayer and Gabriel Derksen each scored a goal. Riley Delage made seven saves and Andrew Kristoff stopped eight shots as they shared time in the visitors’ nets, Onondaga with a 26-9 shot advantage.
MITES
The O’Connor & Kruman White team beat host Center State 17-1 on Saturday. Brendan Andrews, Delaney Ayer, Brady Coffin, Dominic Jump, Gabe O’Connor, T.J. Serkiz and Trevor Walden were the goal-scorers, and goalie Liam O’Connor made 11 saves.
The Traver Millwork Red Squad played in a mini-jam at SUNY Morrisville on Saturday, losing 1-0 to Lysander and 3-1 to Whitestown before beating Center State 3-1. Goalie Garrett Clark made 17 saves against Lysander, while Ryan Spalding scored and Clark made 14 saves against Whitestown. Hunter Everle and Aiden Farron were the goal-scorers against Center State and Clark made 14 saves.

 

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