Youth Hockey: Caz Pee Wee Chiefs’ win is Taylor made
Thursday March 7, 2013 | By:Michael J. Petro | Sports
Blake Taylor scored four goals to lead the Cazenovia Pee Chiefs Team Gallo to a 9-1 victory over the City Honors JV squad. The victory capped a big weekend of Pee Wee Hockey that included heroic efforts from Harrison Rosen, Josh Kacalski, and Ryan Chwojdak as the local playoffs commenced.
On Saturday, March 2, a cornucopia of Pee Wee Hockey action began at South Buffalo’s Timothy J. Burvid rink as the Cazenovia Chiefs defeated the Hamburg Maple Leafs 4-1. It only took 29 seconds for the Chiefs to get on the board as Jordan Sypniewski fed Rosen for a 1-0 lead. Rosen would add another from Kacalski and Ryan Creek. Kacalski added to his team leading totals with two more goals. Defenseman David Kovacs and Creek earned assists. Jordan Rusin scored on a breakaway pass from Nick Hornquist for Hamburg’s loan goal. Caz goalie Antonio Torres picked up his 15th win on the season.
Team Gallo traveled to the Nichols Rink for a morning match-up with the City Honors JV squad, comprised of seventh and eighth graders. Adding to Taylor’s four-goal game, Hakan Logan chipped in two goals while Josh Elze and Frano Rado each scored a marker. The game was punctuated as the Chiefs’ Connor Cavanaugh scored his first career goal. After letting up one goal in the first period, goalie Liam Scheur recorded a clean sheet in the second and third periods for the win.
In Hamburg Hawks Hockey Association playoff action, the Leafs bounced back in fine fashion opening the Hamburg playoff slate with a 2-1 win over the Flyers. Chwojdak scored both goals. The Flyers’ goal was scored by Bryce Vogl with and assist from Tyler Dalton. Grant Zell garnered the win in net for the Leafs. In other HHHA playoff action, the Sabres downed the Senators 2-1 as Jarred Milley scored twice for the Sabres while Danny Newton and Andrew Genzel added assists. Ben Couzens had the Senators’ tally.
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