Transcreen 5 Central City Bagels 3. DG's spring roller hockey season started with a bang as Transcreen dropped Central City Bagels, 5-3. Transcreens Danny ONeill scored the first goal of the season three minutes into the game, assisted by Jimmy Raymond. Transcreen led 1-0 after the first period. In the second period, the teams traded goals. Central City Bagels Jimmy Brady tied the score 1-1, but Transcreens Adam Akpinar scored with an assist from Danny ONeill. Marco Diasparra put Cental City Bagels ahead 3-2 with two goals assisted by Anthony Mainolfi. The third period belonged to Transcreen, which scored three unanswered goals off the sticks of Matt Novak (two goals) and Keith Lippert, assisted by Paul Cooley. Goalies Chris Rodriguez for Transcreen and Sebastian Bodnar for Central City Bagels kept their teams in the game with some great saves.
Rudy's Bakery 5, Transcreen 3. Transcreens Danny ONeill scored the first goal of the game, assisted by Matt Novak and Jimmy Raymond. The powerful Rudys Bakery answered back by scoring the next five goals off the sticks of Marcus Brito (two goals), George Carroll, Ed Johnston and Costa. Transcreen struggled to come back in the third period with goals by Andrew Kuhnle and Adam Akpinar, assisted by Matt Novak and Thomas Sakalis, but ran out of time.
Project Piping 8, Venezia 2. Venezia Tile and Project Piping opened their seasons on Thursday night. Venezia played it's first game with only eight players. The entire team played extremely well, but ran out of gas midway through the third period. Venezia tile was led by Megan Callahan and Sean Monsees, both of whom played particularly good games. Project Piping, led by newcomer Danny Katz and the reliable Michael McCann, won the game, 8-2.
Charmer Industries 5, Venezia Tile 2. Venezia Tile played Charmer Industries in tightly-played contest by both teams. Venezia was led by Alex Doulevaris and Chris Marzano, both of whom played an excellent game. Charmer Industries was led by Vinnie Diasparra and Diana Somers.
Re/Max Universal 9, Erins Isle 4. In this hard-fought game, Re/Max featured four goals by Jeffrey Johnston and Evan Katz and one goal by James Gorga, along with excellent goaltending by Melanie Binanti. Rick Callahan led Erin's Isles offense with a goal and an assist. Erins Isles other scoring came from Mark Dipaolo, Kevin Murray and Nicholas Steliaros.
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