LAKERS HOCKEY

PEE WEE TRAVEL

ROCHESTER – The Jamestown Lakers PeeWee travel squad was able to finish in second place at the Rochester Youth AA Hockey Tournament at Bill Gray’s Ice Plex over the weekend.

In their first matchup of the tournament, the Lakers prevailed 3-0 over the Utica Junior Comets on Friday morning thanks to a pair of goals by Jadon Barron.

Barron tallied to open the game on an unassisted goal and then gave Jamestown a 2-0 lead thanks to assists from Mitchell Pascarella and Sam Davis.

Andrew Dix also found the net in the third period for the Lakers’ final goal, with assists going to Barron and Josh Spontaneo.

Kaleb Bender made 19 saves in the victory.

In their second game, also on Friday, Jamestown picked up a 7-4 win over Olean on goals by Tyler Sillanpaa, Josh Brown, Dix, Barron, Pascarella, Ryan Schecengost, and Will Steen.

Assists in the win came from Steen, Baron, Collin Bentley, Waylon Wilshire, Davis, as well as two each from Brown and Schrecengost.

Bender stopped 16 shots in the win.

In their opening game on Saturday the Lakers notched a close 2-0 win over the Rochester Rockets.

After a scoreless opening period, Dix opening up the game on an assist from Steen, while Pascarella finished off the night with Jamestown’s final goal.

Bender only saw 11 shots in the victory.

The Lakers notched their fourth win of weekend in a 5-3 victory over Canandaigua. Steen was able to tie the game at 1-1 thanks to a penalty shot in the first period.

After falling behind at the end of the first, Barron was able to tie the game again with the only goal of the second period.

Jamestown posted a three-goal third period with two tallies by Pascarella, both assisted by Collin Bentley.

Josh Brown picked up the empty net goal with 22 seconds remaining to give Jamestown a two-goal cushion.

In their only loss of the weekend the Lakers fell, 6-1,to Utica.

Dix was able to notch the first goal of the championship, but after that the Junior Comets posted six straight tallies to claim the title.

Bender recorded 33 saves to help Jamestown claim the silver medal.