GENEVA — The Geneseo/Livonia/Avon Lakers have experienced some early-season success, improving their record to 2-3 with a 6-4 win over Western Finger Lakes on Tuesday night
Despite trailing 4-3 heading into the third period, G/L/A scored three unanswered goals in the final stanza to steal the win. Joey Cinquino netted two tallies in the third to help turn the tide for the visiting Lakers, while Christian Rumfola’s goal 7:07 into the frame tied the score at four apiece. Nicholas Lipome came on in relief between the pipes, stopping all 14 shots he faced to earn the win.
BATAVIA/NOTRE DAME STORMS BACK AGAINST GREECE
United started slow but finished strong in its latest win, 6-3 over Greece on Tuesday night.
Batavia/Notre Dame began the game trailing 2-0 after the first period but came storming back, exploding for four goals over the first eight minutes of the second period to take a commanding 4-2 lead.
“Not a very good start. We were flat,” said B/ND head coach Marc Staley. “We didn’t manage the puck well in the first, and we gave Greece way too much space. We had a good chat at the intermission. The kids owned it. Credit to this team, they came out in the second period and just totally flipped the script. They turned the whole game on its head.”
Five different ND players scored goals, with Ivan Milovidov finding the net along with his two assists, Jameson Motyka scoring and adding an assists, Brady Johnson doing the same, and Joe DiRisio and Brady Carney each lighting the lamp. Frankie Falleti made 24 saves in net.
Batavia/Notre Dame is now 4-1.
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