The Pal-Mac Red Raiders traveled to Penn Yan Academy to take on the Mustangs in a clash of the top teams in the Finger Lakes League. The goaltenders for each team were stellar with both players making key stops to keep the game tied at two after one half of play. Penn Yann broke the tie in the third quarter off a Carter Earl shot. The Mustangs took the lead into the fourth quarter but it was the Red Raiders who were able to pull off the comeback. The Red Raiders started quickly in the final quarter, with a marker from Quinn Nolan. They would go on to fire 4 more unanswered goals in the quarter on their way to a 7-3 victory.
Griffin Emerson of Penn Yan made 15 saves while Peyton Lich made 12 stops for Pal-Mac. Pal-Mac improves their record to 12-1 while Penn Yan drops to 9-4.
PY: Carter Earl (2g,1a); Tukker Fisher (1g); Bryant VanHousen (2a); Griffin Emerson (15svs,7ga)
PM: Quinn Nolan (2g); Keegan Hoesterey (2g, 3a); Riley Lich (1g,1a); Mike Halsey (1g,1a); Damian Knaak (1g,1a); Peyton Lich (12svs, 3ga)
Pal-Mac welcomes Mynderse Academy on Monday at 6 p.m for their final regular-season game of the season. Ted Baker will have the call for Fingerlakes1.com with all the live action from Pal-Mac. Penn Yan looks to bounce back against Clarence on Saturday at 11 a.m.
Fingerlakes1.com’s next live broadcast will feature High School Baseball! The Mynderse Academy Blue Devils travel to Wayne to take on the Eagles, with the first pitch scheduled for 10 a.m. Paul Russo and Kyle Evans will have all the action live, with pregame coverage beginning at 9:50 a.m.
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