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DG Roller Hockey: Transcreen dances past Gary Mann Productions

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Senior Division

Transcreen 6, Gary Mann Productions 5. Dwarf Giraffe’s fall roller hockey season started with a terrific competitive game. Transcreen danced away with a win after Matthew Novak scored the winning goal with 29 seconds remaining in the game. Gary Mann productions took an early 3-1 lead in the first period with goals by Guy Seminerio, David Cho and Joe Monte. Transcreen tied the game 4-4 in the second period when Danny O’Neill (two goals), Anthony Binanti and Matt Lupoli found the back of the net. Kenny McCrorie and Tim Caffrey also scored for Gary Mann and Keith Lipper and Diego Rosa played well defensively for Transcreen. Goalies Chris Rodriguez and Phil McGrory kept their teams in the game.

Gary Mann Productions 9, Corona Park Pork Store 7. Cory McGrath’s five goals for Corona Park were not enough to stop Gary Mann Productions from winning the game, 9-7. Seven players contributed to the offense for Gary Mann: Matt Twomey (two goals), Scott Semenerio, William Semonetti, Adam Akpinar, Ed Johnston, Joe Monte and Anthony Mainolfi. Also scoring for Corona Park were Matt Brady and Sal Pinto.

Major Division

NY Party Plaza 9, Venezia Tile 4. NY Party Plaza’s James McCann’s hat trick and Sean McCann’s and Chris Weis’ two goals led the way in defeating Venezia Tile, 9-4. Providing the offense for Venezia Tile were Jonathan Gil, Derek LaMacchia (two goals) and Sean Monsees. Also contributing goals for NY Party Plaza were Spiros Markopolis and Alex Doulevaris.

Statewide Merchandising 11, Venezia Tile 1. Statewide Merchandising floored Venezia Tile, 11-1. Statewide was led by Tommy Monte’s five goals and Stephen McGrory’s hat trick. Venezia’s lone goal came off the stick of Sean Monsees.

Minor Division

Jesse Halpern Skate Shop 6, Mass Electric 4. Mass Electric made a valiant effort to come back after being down 6-1 to Jesse Halpern, but ran out of time. Jesse Halpern won the game 6-4. For Jesse Halpern, Travis Lippert and Albert Markopolis each buried the biscuit twice and Demitrios Savva and Alex Palazzolo contributed a goal apiece. Mass Electric’s scoring came off the sticks of Ray Rosa (two goals), Chris Insana and Thomas Doheny.

David & Nancy Legaz ReMax Universal 6, Erin’s Isle 6. In an exciting well played game David & Nancy Legaz ReMax and Erin’s Isle skated to a 6-6 tie. Erin’s Isle took an early 2-0 lead with goals by Anthony Pagano and Evan Kundrat (five goals). ReMax was led by Jeffrey Johnston (hat trick), Patrick Schule (two goals) and David Legaz.

Erin’s Isle 10, Mass Electric 6. Erin’s Isle’s Evan Kundrat led the charge with six goals in Erin’s win over Mass Electric. Meaghan Callahan and Marc DiPaolo (hat trick) also netted goals for Erin’s. Mass Electric’s Thomas Doheny (four goals) and Ray Rosa (two goals) found the net. Andrew Doheny played a fine game in his debut protecting the net for Mass Electric.

David & Nancy Legaz ReMax Universal 11, Jesse Halpern Skate shop 9. Despite Travis Lippert’s eight goals, ReMax Universal 11-9 defeated Jesse Halpern. Also scoring for Jesse Halpern was Albert Markopolis. Gregory Cassimos and Ralf Schrader shared duties minding the net for Jesse Halpern. Goalie Melanie Binanti for ReMax was strong protecting the net. Quan Ngo and Eric Wong continue to improve and had strong games for Jesse Halpern.

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