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Minor Division

David & Nancy Legaz Re/Max Universal 12, Erin’s Isle 2. Evan Katz and Jeffrey Johnston of Re/Max led all scorers with five and four goals, respectively. Christian Kenny scored his first career goal. Eric Wong played an excellent defensive game, limiting the number of breakaways and shots on goal. Re/Max goaltender Melanie Binanti was taken out of net and given a rest after limiting the Erin’s Isle offense to just one goal. Rick Callahan and Anthony Pagano scored Erin’s Isle’s two goals.

David & Nancy Legaz Re/Max Universal 11, Mass Electric 8. This was battle throughout, with Mass Electric taking an early one-goal lead in the first period. Re/Max then applied defensive pressure, led by Jeffrey Johnston, in the two remaining periods to edge out Mass Electric. Evan Katz and David Legaz led the Re/Max scoring with five and three goals, respectively. Katie McGrory made an excellent third-period pass to a fast-breaking Evan Katz, who put Re/Max ahead for good. Re/Max goaltender Melanie Binanti was able to withstand a third-period onslaught of shots on goal to secure the win. Patrick Schule and Ray Rosa led the Mass Electric scoring with four and three goals, respectively.

Mass Electric 11, Flowers by Peter 2. Peter charged Mass Electric out to a 8-0 lead, ending the first period against Flowers. Mass Electric’s scoring came off the sticks of Patrick Schule, who had eight goals, Ray Rosa, with two goals and 2 assists, and Austin Lopez, who contributed a goal. Flowers by Peter’s Alex Palazzolo and Albert Markopolis scored in the third period. Jason Becker took a shutout into the third period to collect Mass Electric’s second win of the season.

Major Division

Venezia Tile 13, Project Piping 6. Venezia took an early 5-1 lead in the first period with goals by Patrick Niewamonski (two goals), Derek LaMacchia (two goals) and Chris McCrorie. Project Piping’s Michael McCann tried valiantly to get his team into the game, scoring five goals in defeat. Also proving the offense for Venezia were Meaghan Callahan, Chris Marzano (three goals), Eric Tully, Matthew Brady and Patrick Grabulowski. Project Piping’s final goal came off the stick of Michael Weber.

Charmer Industries 6, Project Piping 5. Project Piping took a 3-0 lead before Charmer came back with two goals off the stick of Anthony Yacovone. Beratis, Michael McCann (three goals) and Stephen McGrory provided the early scoring for Project Piping. With three seconds left in the second period, John Pagano scored for Charmer Industries to make the game 4-3 in favor of Project Piping. Project Piping’s Mike McCann scored early in the third period only to see Charmer tie the game 5-5 with two quick goals by Diana Somers. Anthony Yacovone clinched the victory for Charmer, scoring with 1:05 left in the game.

Charmer Industries 7, Venezia Tile 2. Charmer Industries put down Venezia Tile, 7-2. Leading the charge for Charmer were Diana Somers, with four goals, Anthony Yacovone, with two goals, and Spiros Markopolis, with a goal. Finding the back of the net for Venzia Tile were Chris Marzano and Sean Monsees.

Senior Division

Central City Bagels 7, Transcreen 6. The game was decided 1:37 into the overtime period with a goal off the stick of Marco Diasparra. Central City Bagels scored first, but Transcreen’s Matt Novak and Willie Yumet answered back. Anthony Mainolfi tied the game early into the second period. Transcreen’s Matt Novak and Adam Akpinar buried the biscuit, putting their team ahead, 6-4. However, Jimmy Brady and Marco Diasparra tied the scored to send the game into overtime.

Transcreen 2 Rudy’s Bakery 1. Transcreen’s Thomas Sakolis scored his first goal of the season in the first period, assisted by Keith Lippert. The score remained 1-0 until 10 minutes into the third period, when Transcreen’s Jimmy Raymond found the back of the net, assisted by Paul Cooley. Rudy’s George Carroll scored with eight minutes left in the game off a pass from Ed Johnston. Goalies Chris Rodriguez for Transcreen and Joe Mare for Rudy made the game exciting with some terrific saves.

Transcreen 9, Pizza Chef 5. Seven Transcreen players provided balanced scoring, including Adam Akpinar (three goals), Jimmy Raymond, Willie Yumet, Matt Novak, TJ Moran, Keith Smith and Andrew Kuhnle. Pizza Chef’s offense came off the sticks of Tommy Werthmuller, Keith Cropper, Kenny McCrorie, Paul Semenkowitz and Tyler Gumb.

Rudy’s Bakery 9, Central City Bagels 6. The teams traded goals in the first period. Central City scored first with a goal from Marco Diasparra (two goals), but Rudy’s Costa (two goals) answered. Central City’s Cory McGrath then put his team ahead, but Rudy’s Marcus Brito (three goals) tied the game 4-4. Rudy’s Bakery won the second period and the teams again traded goals in the third period. Also providing offense for Rudy’s Bakery was Steven Whelan (four goals). Central City’s Anthony Mainolfi and Guy Seminerio also scored. With Rudy’s victory, all teams in the Senior Division have records of 3-3.

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