HOCKEY TOURNEY RESULTS
CANTON WINS GOLDEN BEARS’
Canton posted its fourth shutout win to start the season in
sweeping a second tournament in two weekends. Jake Facey
rejected all 19 shots in backstopping the Golden Bears’ 1-0
win over Rye in the second round of the Canton Tournament.
Mark Mahoney scored the game’s only goal with just 4:53
remaining in the game, with assists to Mike Huber and Isaac
Thrasher. Nat Dean was also stellar in net with 32 saves for
Rye. Canton also won the opening-round game 6-0 over
Cicero-North Syracuse. Jon Stone worked the crease for a
20-save shutout. Cody Moore led the Bears with two goals and
two assists, while Josh Huiatt tallied twice.
CICERO-NORTH SYRACUSE 5, POTSDAM 2
Potsdam edged Rye 3-2 in the opening round of the Canton
Tournament, but then lost its first game of the season in a
5-2 final against Cicero-North Syracuse. Logan Ford, Sean
O’Gorman and Max Warden score the goals for Potsdam (3-1
overall) in Friday’s win.
SALMON RIVER 3, QUEENSBURY 2
Chad George buried the puck with 30 seconds left in the game
to lift the Shamrocks to a thrilling 3-2 win over Queensbury
in the consolation game of the Salmon River Tournament. Sean
David and Tyler Sisto also scored for Salmon River, while
Shay Benedetto and Erik Conboy countered for Queensbury.
CANISIUS 4, MASSENA 2
Canisius scored three straight goals to overtake Massena 4-2
in the championship of the Salmon River Tournament. With the
Red Raiders leading 2-1, Brendan Dallas, Kurt Villani and
Max Gates pumped in goals to anchor the comeback. Ian
Fitzgerald netted the other goal. Massena scores came from
Evan Kassian and Wyatt Wimshurst. The Raiders beat Salmon
River 7-2 in the opening round. Kassian tossed the hat
trick, while Wilmshurst fired two goals in the win. Salmon
River’s goals were scored by Tanner and Lawrence Tarbell.