Nassau had two more dominant wins this past weekend. One was over County rival Suffolk, and for the first time the best player in the game was not from Long Island but Canadian attack man Josh Byrne, who had six goals and an assist for Nassau. St. Leo transfer Ryan McCarty had three goals himself and Brandon Watson also had a hat trick. While Chris Martinez and Shane deBoer each had two points to help Nassau get the 17-3 win, but the leader in this game was goalie Matt Liantonio who transferred from Cortland made ten saves on thirteen shots on net.
Nassau also came out with wins Sunday and Monday over Howard 22-4 and Harford 19-6. Josh Byrne had twenty-two points combined in both contests, scoring eleven in each. Chris Martinez had three point games in both while Brandon Watson had three goals then a goal and an assist vs. Harford. Nassau has been doing great on the face off with Alex Patton 57 for 85 and Sean Hartnett 53-90.
Herkimer knocked off seventh in the nation SUNY Delhi Wednesday night. Delhi who head coach once played at Herkimer has won the last three season vs. his old school but this year the Generals came back to revenge those losses. Herkimer jumped out to a 4-0 lead after the first and then was up 8-0 at halftime. After the next two quarters Herkimer walked away victories with a 10-6 victory. Kyle Lee, Jeremy Mowrey and Ryan Fischer helped provide big games for Herkimer.
Onondaga has won their 93rd and 93th straight games putting them three wins away of the all time NJCAA recorded for any sport of 97. 16-8 win over Genesse where Kyle Killen had five points Brine Rice Nicholas Garbarino and Sean Ohlhaver each chipped in with four. Doug Jamieson won 16 of 20 face offs and goalie Holden McDonald made seventeen saves. For GCC, Jacob Bomberry four points and Cyrus Spruce had two goals. OCC took it to Jefferson CC with a 25-0 win Wednesday. Sean Lattimore lead the way with eleven points while Seth Leonard had two goals and three assists.