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Youth Results (3/21, 3/22, 3/23 2014)



White 5, Blue 4

Xavier Solomon scored four goals, including the game winner, to lead White to a win over Blue.

Chase Williams added four assists, Adam Smith had a goal and Travis Rogal recorded an assist for White.

Anthony DiFalco paced Blue, recording a hat trick. Dominic Caruso also scored.

Green 6, Red 1

Brady Paliscak lifted Green to the win, scoring five goals and assisting on another.

Alex DeFilippo scored a goal and assisted on another, Anthony DeFilippo assisted on two goals and Joshua Brodnan added an assist for Green. Aiden Alberts allowed just one goal in the win.

Nicholas Turowski scored Red’s lone goal.


Orange 1, Gold 0

Cole DeFillippo scored the only goal, and Thomas Boyle was perfect in goal as Orange recorded the shutout win.

Dominick Bartolli assisted on DeFilllippo’s goal.

Ethan Lawlor had a strong performance in goal for Gold.


Blue 2, White 0

Adam Sylvester and Tyler Stevenson scored the game’s two goals, and Cameron Kennedy was spotless in goal, earning the shutout for Blue.

Zachary Lesniakowski played strong in goal for White.

Red 6, Green 2

Brady Braun went on a tear, scoring four goals to lead Red to the win.

Jason Maltese added two goals and two assists, Dallas Esposito had two assists and Patrick Boyle and Johnny Russick each had one assist.

Austin Miller and Aaron Bartifay scored goals for Green. Chris Marinchek had two assists and Kyle Bartifay had one.

Silver 5, Orange 2

Five different players scored for Silver, as it was a total team effort in the win over Orange.

Evan Yurko, Brayden LaVerde, Jake Stackiewicz, Scott Pike and Michael Gershenzon each scored a goal. Stackiewicz also added two assists, and LaVerde and Yurko had one assist each. Dan and PJ Sullivan also assisted on goals.

Ryan Remaley scored both goals for Orange. Jason Haines added two assists and Erik Fritz had one.



Black 7, Biscayne 1

Alexander Turowski scored four goals and notched one assist to lead Black to victory.

Kadyn Hannah had one goal and one assist, Alex Rauber and Justin Shovel each scored once and Easton Schropp assisted on four goals.

Troy Abdallah scored Biscayne’s lone goal and was assisted by Kristian Thomas.

Gold 7, Blue 5

Gold scored the game’s final four goals to rally and defeat Blue.

Ryan Zavolta recorded a hat trick for Gold. Jack McKenzie added two goals and three assists, Ryan O’Connor had two goals, Chris D’Onofrio notched three assists and Justin Haines had one assist.

Noah Allen had two goals to lead Blue. Jason Shank had a goal and two assists, Nicholas Shank scored a goal and assisted on two and Ethan Hargrove added a goal.

White 2, Orange 1

Jacob Humberger and Zachary Warner scored in the third period to rally White to the win.

Mike Mervosh and Mason Smith had assists for Orange.

Dominick Bartolli scored Orange’s lone goal and was assisted by Zackary Marinchek and Maclean Maund.

Red 5, Silver 3

Trevor Naman had two goals and two assists to pace Red in the winning effort.

Brady Paliscak, James Sullenberger and Jimmy Matus scored Red’s other goals. Jacob Trusky had two assists and Dylan Vogel and Aidan Carlisle each had one.

Benjamin Wernert scored a goal and assisted on the other two for Silver. Zachary Wernert and Tyler Ramus added goals and Dylan Svoboda had an assist.


Orange 1, Gold 1, SO

Orange and Gold entered the shootout tied 1-1, and each team managed to score once in the extra frame, but neither was able to secure the win.

Ryan Remaley scored for Orange and Jason Haines scored in the shootout.

Sean Mervosh scored for Gold and was assisted by Jack Leuenberger. Liz Wernert scored the shootout goal.

Silver 1, White 0

Joshua Islett stood strong in net, and led Silver to the shutout victory.

Evan Yurko scored the game’s only goal and was assisted by Jake Stackiewicz.

Red 4, Blue 3

Steven Tasik recorded a hat trick and scored the game-winning goal to lead Red.

Jason Maltese scored Red’s other goal and had two assists.

Tyler Stevenson, Deonte Williams-Bondra and Tariq Miller scored goals for Blue.

Silver 7, Green 5

Brandon Svoboda had a hat trick and two assists, and Silver held off Green for the win.

Micah Winner had two goals and an assist, Josh Goldberg scored a goal and assisted on three others and Elijah Sloan recorded one assist.

Brady Paliscak scored four goals for Green. Anthony DeFilippo scored the other goal and Jake Magnani and Ben Quaglieri had assists.



Gold 4, Orange 1

Brandon Bigenho scored the game’s final three goals to lead Gold to victory.

Jacob Pedley notched two assists, while Damian Dynys and Robert Thatcher each had one for Gold. Derek Warner also scored.

Jonathan Moorhead scored Orange’s goal and was assisted by Derek Carr.

Silver 2, White 1

Brandon Svoboda and Micah Winner each scored a goal and had an assist in Silver’s win.

Kaj Colby allowed just one goal in the winning effort.

Chase Williams scored White’s lone goal.

Blue 4, Red 0

Dominic Caruso scored twice and assisted on another goal, and Andrew Price recorded the shutout as Blue defeated Red.

Anthony DiFalco added two goals, while Christian Dunn and Cole Vollero had assists.


Silver 6, Red 3

Jake Stackiewicz scored twice and had three assists to lead Silver to the win.

Michael Gershenzon had two goals, Evan Yurko had one goal and two assists and Brayden LaVerde added a goal for Silver.

Steven Tasik had two goals and Jason Maltese had one for Red.