Jan 23, 2023

Over the next several weeks, the Rochester Americans will be front and center on the local high school hockey scene as part of a weekly series that will feature the latest news and notes, scores and stats of select Section V games around the Greater Rochester Area. 

Nine different Churchville-Chili Saints (11-2-1) skaters produced a multi-point performance in a dominating 14-1 rout over the Irondequoit Eagles (0-12-0) on Tuesday night at Blue Cross Arena.

Entering the game leading all Division 2 skaters, Parker Farnham scored twice to go with three assists while Tyler Eberhart (2+1) and Trey Eberhart (2+1) both added a multi-goal outing for Churchville-Chili. Andrew Buxton (1+1), Jess Pure (0+3), Gavin Carr (0+2), James Southcott (0+2), Ryan Haley (0+2) and Max McKay (1+3) all recorded multiple points. Carter Dovidio, Ryan Amico, Finnean Storie, Beckham Clancy, Evan Girolamo, and Luke Herring all scored one goal each. Jack Sloan, Noah Root, Grayson Galliford, and Jake Herring each posted one assist.

Goaltender Tristian Harris (9-2-1), who entered the contest as the primary netminder this season, drew his 12th start of the campaign. The netminder stopped all nine shots he faced in the first two periods before Liam Magri (1-0-0) and Cole Wilson (1-0-0) combined to make nine saves in the final stanza.

Irondequoit defenseman Tommy Holve notched his first goal of the season from Dylan Carey in the third period. Goaltenders Joel Reeves (0-8-0) and Will Napierala (0-2-0) both split the contest in the crease, stopping a combined 32 saves.

Churchville-Chili opened the game in first period by taking a 5-0 lead, with all five coming in the final five minutes of the stanza.

Amico kicked off the scoring followed by McKay, Tyler Eberhart, Herring and Trey Eberhart. The first four were even strength goals before Trey Eberhart’s power-play marker in the final 30 seconds capped off the frame.

The Saints added three more goals in the middle period, making it an 8-0 entering the third period of play as Girolamo, Buxton and Tyler Eberhart all lit the lamp.

In the final 17 minutes of regulation, Farnham opened the scoring with a pair of goals 20 seconds apart.

After Farnham’s goals, Holve put Irondequoit on the board but Churchville-Chili closed out the 14-1 contest as they answered with the final four markers in a span of 4:18.

Next week’s High School’s Game of the Week will feature the Greece Storm and Victor on Jan. 24 for 7:00 p.m. contest at Lakeshore.

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