Plattsburgh vs. Cortland State
April 30, 2005
|Bill Schmitt||(1, 2)|
|Zack Boyce||(2, 0)|
|Kenny Pierson||(2, 0)|
|Jordan Thompson||(1, 0)|
|Dan Mcphee||(0, 1)|
|Pete Quinn||(1, 0)|
|Adam Lockley||(1, 0)|
|Frank Sangiovanni||(0, 1)|
|Brian Csorny||18 (0.643)|
|Billy Hughes||5 (0.333)|
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|Brian Atkins||(4, 2)|
|Ryan Simensky||(2, 4)|
|Adam Hughes||(3, 3)|
|Mike Abbott||(2, 2)|
|Kyle Lambert||(2, 1)|
|Chris Hannon||(2, 1)|
|Adam Hyde||(2, 0)|
|Drew Solomon||(2, 0)|
|Chris Bily||(0, 1)|
|Tim Castoro||(1, 0)|
|Ben Gaebel||4 (0.444)|
|Bryan Scipione||4 (0.571)|
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|The Game Story:|
|PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. ~V Eight different players scored two or more goals, led|
by junior Brian Atkins' (Adams/South Jefferson) four goals, as nationally
second-ranked Cortland completed the regular season with a 20-8 win in a
steady rain at Plattsburgh. Winners of their last nine games, the Red
Dragons (14-1, 6-0 SUNYAC) will host Potsdam in a SUNYAC tournament
semifinal contest Wednesday at a time to be announced.
Atkins finished with four goals and two assists, senior Adam Hughes (North
Syracuse/Cicero-North Syracuse) recorded three goals and three assists and
sophomore Ryan Simensky (Locust Valley) tallied two goals and four assists.
Junior Mike Abbott (Syracuse/Nottingham) registered two goals and two
assists, won 11-of-16 faceoffs and grabbed a game-high 13 ground balls.
Freshman Chris Hannon (Baldwin) and junior Kyle Lambert (Brentwood) each
finished the game with two goals and one assist. Freshman Adam Hyde (West
Seneca/West Seneca East) and junior Drew Solomon (Plainedge) each scored
twice. Junior goalie Ben Gaebel (Deferiet/Carthage) stopped four shots in
the first half, and junior Bryan Scipione (East Meadow) recorded four saves
in the second half.
Senior Kenny Pierson (Brewster) and junior Zack Boyce (Rochester/Pittsford)
each scored twice for Plattsburgh (6-6, 2-4). Freshman Billy Hughes (East
Patchogue/Bellport) started in goal for the Cardinals. He made five saves
and allowed 10 goals in 17:55. Sophomore Brian Csorny (St. James/Smithtown)
played the final 42:05, recording 18 saves and permitting 10 goals.
Cortland led 4-0 in the game's first eight minutes and held a 7-1 lead after
one quarter. A three-goal spurt in the first three minutes of the second
quarter extended the lead to 10-1, and Cortland held an 11-2 lead before
three Plattsburgh goals in the final 2:31 of the half cut the Red Dragons'
advantage to 11-5 at halftime. Cortland, however, put the game away by
scoring all five goals of the third quarter. The Red Dragons outshot
Plattsburgh 13-1 in that period and 59-24 for the game. Cortland also
tallied 60 ground balls to 25 for the hosts.