Rohan scores six as Broncos dominate Thomas

CHERYL CLOUGHOneonta High School graduate and Delhi captain Tony Russo defends Thomas’s Harry Heald during Saturday’s game at Oneonta State.

SUNY Delhi’s John Rohan scored six goals to lead the Broncos to a 23-0 rout of Thomas at Oneonta State on Saturday.

Delhi scored five goals in the first and seven more in the second to take control of the game by halftime.

Travis Biggs got the Broncos’s offense going, and two goals from Brandon McGrath and Rohan put Delhi ahead by five.

Rohan scored two more in the second and one in both the third and fourth.

Biggs finished with five goals, and McGrath scored three of his own. They both had two assists in the win.

11 different Broncos scored.

Goaltender Travis Anderson stopped four shots, improving his record to 7-3 on the year.

The Broncos outshot Thomas, 83-6, and won 21 of 25 faceoffs.

SUNY Delhi (7-3, 3-0) has won seven of its last eight games, falling to SUNY Poly, 14-10, on March 27.

The Broncos take on Houghton at Maine-Endwell High School on Wednesday at 5 p.m.

SUNY Oneonta 11, Brockport 6

Three goals from SUNY Oneonta’s Stephen Panno propelled the Red Dragons to a win against Brockport in Saturday’s SUNYAC opener.

Goals from Panno, Dean Cannon and Andrew Stamatel put Oneonta ahead, 3-2, at the end of the first quarter, before a 4-1 run from the Red Dragons in the second made it 7-3 at halftime.

Pete McCormack, Patrick Sheridan, Thomas McRae and Panno each scored once in the second quarter, and a back-and-forth second half secured the win for Oneonta.

Panno’s hat trick brings his total to 32 goals on the season, second to McRae’s 33.

Brockport outshot the Red Dragons, 42-38, but Oneonta had a 29-23 advantage in shots on goal.

Oneonta goaltender Zachary Flynn made 17 saves in the win. Brockport goaltenders John Felice and John Clancy split time in net. Felice started the game but was replaced at halftime by Clancy.

The Red Dragons have won three of their last four games and travel to Geneseo on Saturday at 6 p.m. for another SUNYAC showdown.