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Section V Tourney Loss to Churchville-Chili Ends 2016 Season

The Patriots fell to the Saints in a matchup of the 8th and 9th seeds, 2-1, at home. The winning goal came with 5:42 remaining in regulation. Chad Pruner scored early in the second half to equalize for Penfield.

2016 By the Numbers

5-9-2 Overall, 4-6-0 Monroe County Division 1
Fifth of 6 Teams in D1
16 Goals For, 21 Goals Against
Posted 3 Shutouts, Were Shut Out 7 Times
Top Scorers: Eddie Zimmerman 5 G/0 A, Oleg Savka 3 G/2 A

  Alumni Game October 1, 2016

Regular Season Ends in 1-0 Loss at Webster Schroeder
Patriots Finish 5-8-2

Good defensive organization and solid midfield play couldn't prevent the visiting Pats from being shut out for the 7th time this season. Schroeder scored late in a match that was played pretty evenly. Though Penfield allowed just 19 goals in 15 regular season matches the Patriots only scored 15. Seeking an improvement in sectional seeding, Penfield opened up to chase the winning goal late, and instead Schroeder got it in a game that would've appropriately ended in a scoreless draw.


Boys Down Pittsford Mendon, 1-0
Eddie Zimmerman Scores 1 Minute Into OT

The visiting Patriots outshot the Vikings by a 14-4 margin and held a 5-2 advantage in corner kicks, but didn't get the winning goal until overtime. Benji Ruster got the assist on Eddie Zimmerman's goal as Penfield advanced to 5-7-2 and Pittsford dropped to 7-8-0. The regular season ends on Thursday night at Webster Schroeder.


Second Straight 1-0 Loss
Hilton Edges Patriots With Late Goal

For the last two matches Penfield stood up defensively to two teams with solid records, only to end up on the wrong end of a pair of shutouts. The host Cadets tallied the game's only goal with just 97 seconds left. The Pats are now 4-7-2 while Hilton moved to 9-4-1. Up next is a Columbus Day matchup with Pittsford Mendon at Thornell Farm Park.
Victor Takes 1-0 Win on Late Goal
Blue Devils Down Penfield for Second Time

Victor beat the Patriots by a goal for the second time this season, adding a 1-0 win to their earlier 2-1 result. The only goal of the match came with a little over ten minutes remaining. Victor is now 9-4-0 after starting 0-3. Penfield is 4-6-2. The Patriots have actually allowed 6 fewer goals than the Blue Devils, but Victor has scored 20 more. The Pats head to Hilton on Saturday for a 3:00 rematch. The Cadets took the first one on a late penalty kick, 1-0.

Pats Battle to Draw with Churchville-Chili
1-1 Final After Double Overtime

Despite getting more high quality chances than the Saints, host Penfield had to settle for a tie on Monday night at PHS Stadium. Colby Wiktorski had the Pats' goal just 8 minutes into the match on an assist from Noah Zinserling. C-C scored 9 minutes later. Penfield had a 7-5 edge in corner kicks.

Homecoming Effort Falls Short
Fairport Wins, 3-0

The Red Raiders spoiled the night by scoring two first half goals and adding a third midway through the second half. The killer was the second goal just 10 seconds before halftime. Penfield is 4-5-1. First place Fairport is 7-1-1.

Penfield Pressure on Corner Kick at RH
Boys Storm Back with 3 Goals in Final 17 Minutes
Take Hardfought Win at R-H, 4-3

Oleg Savka and Quinn Bartlett each registered 2 assists, Eddie Zimmerman notched a pair of goals, and Colby Wiktorski and Tyler Mounnarat scored for Penfield. Colby scored the go-ahead goal before R-H tied the match at 3, then Tyler got the winner on a redirected header to help the Patriots moved into a tie for second place in Monroe County Division 1.


Patriots Post 3-0 Shutout Win Over Gates-Chili

Penfield took a 2-0 halftime lead over the Spartans and stayed in control through the second 40 minutes on the way to a 3-0 victory. The Pats got goals from Chris Ewell, Lowell McCarthy, and Oleg Savka. Jimmy Flanagan had two assists and Ben Kearns registered 4 saves.


Penfield Drops Home Match v. Spencerport, 2-0

The Rangers scored a goal in each half and headed back to the west side of town with a win. The Patriots were hoping to parlay Wednesday's win over Rush-Henrietta into another much needed victory as the season reaches the midpoint. Penfield will attempt to rebound on Friday when Gates-Chili comes in for a 4:30 start. The Pats won the first matchup, 3-1. Penfield is 2-4-1.


Will Richardson Posted the Shutout

Ruster's OT Goal Helps Boys Down R-H, 1-0

Chad Pruner's assist to Benji Ruster provided the only goal of the match as homestanding Penfield upended #1 ranked Rush-Henrietta. The goal came with just 1:09 left in the second ten minute overtime period. Will Richardson posted the shutout for the Patriots.



The Alumni Game on Saturday October 1st raised funds that will help with awards programs in the names of Ricky Zinter and Erik Fowler


Late PK Gives Hilton 1-0 Win Over Pats

The match was evenly played and host Penfield had its share of opportunities, but a penalty kick in the final minute of regulation gave the Cadets the win.


Victor Edges Patriots, 2-1

Benji Ruster scored at the 21 minute mark to give host Penfield a 1-0 lead, but the Blue Devils answered with two goals before halftime to take over the lead. The Pats are 1-2-1 and in 4th place in Monroe County Division 1. Victor is 2-3-0 and holds the 3rd spot in league standings.

Recent News: Matt Malone '04completed the Kentucky Iron Man competition.....Rick Scheetz '77 was inducted into the PHS HOF in early October.....Scott Drechsler '98 is the head of special education at PHS..... 2016 sees the 40th anniversary of the 1976 Section V Champs and the 50th anniversary of the 1966 Section V Titleists and it also marks the 40 year anniversary of Coach Butterworth's '76-'12 arrival at Penfield.....Coach Steitz '54-'84 is still officiating junior high soccer and softball, as well as high school/college swimming. He'll turn 92 in November.....Matt Elliott '00 and his wife Krystle welcomed son Asher.....Evan Orlando '14 is a junior defender at SUNY Geneseo wearing #13 for the Knights.....Derek Skrainar '09 married Kaitlan Folderauer on September 5th.....

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