FRANKFORT, N.Y. — The Frankfort-Schuyler Maroon Knights played Canastota’s Raiders to a 3-3 overtime tie Thursday.
Each team had three different goal-scorers and saves were 10-9 with Frankfort-Schuyler’s Ethan Ruszala stopping one more shot than Canastota’s James Kimball in a match that was statistically even.
Peder Rorvig had a goal and an assist for the Maroon Knights while Jerry Pritchard and Tyler Macisco each scored a goal and Ben Austin contributed an assist.
Alex Wilcox, Robbie Burbank and Kenny Keil scored the goals for Canastota. Burbank also had an assist.
Frankfort-Schuyler plays at Adirondack Monday.
OWEN D. YOUNG 9, REMSEN 1
REMSEN, N.Y. — The Owen D. Young Wildcats scored eight goals in the second half Thursday and rolled to a 9-1 victory over Remsen on the road.
The Wildcats (3-0-0) led 1-0 at halftime before their second-half scoring outburst.
Bradlee Edick had three goals and one assist to lead the Owen D. Young attack. Jeffrey Yaun added two goals, Dustin Monk contributed three assists, and Cole Covney and Ryan Crouse each scored a goal. Andrey Drozdov made two saves.
Jon Carrock made nine saves and Devin Ossont scored a goal for Remsen (0-3-0).
The Wildcats are home Monday for a match against Cooperstown.
OLD FORGE 4, HERKIMER 0
WEBB, N.Y. — John Griffiney was called upon to make three saves for Old Forge Thursday in the Eskimos’ 4-0 shutout of the Herkimer Magicians.
Cy Berkauskas scored two goals for the Eskimos (1-0-0) while Tyler McGaugh and Daine Daiker each tallied once. Griffin Kleps shipped in with an assist.
Goalkeeper Austin Perry turned away 12 shots for Herkimer (1-3-1).
The Magicians have a match Saturday morning in Poland.
POLAND 8, WESTMORELAND 0
WESTMORELAND, N.Y. — Mark Hennings scored four goals Thursday and the Poland Tornadoes were 8-0 winners on the road against Westmoreland’s Bulldogs.
Ross Agen added two goals and an assist, Branden Garrett and Mike Sypolt each scored a goal, and Cameron Tabor, Andrew Taverne, Nick Kattato and Dustin DuBrule contributed assists. Mitch Jones started in goal for the Tornadoes (3-0-0) and was credited with three saves; Finn Morrissey finished the match and had none.
Poland had four goals in each half.
Zach Dunning made 22 saves for Westmoreland (2-2-0).
The Tornadoes are home for matches Saturday against Herkimer and Monday against Little Falls.