BUFFALO - A wrist shot by Bill Krywy was the difference as Jamestown won the Western New York Large School Mixed Club Hockey championship game on Tuesday night at the First Niagara Center.
Krywy, who had a hand in all three goals to earn most valauble player honors, fired a wrist shot from the circle that found the back of net in overtime to enable Jamestown to defeat City Honors/Cardinal O'Hara, 3-2, for its second championship in four years.
The Raiders took a 2-0 lead on a first-period goal by Krywy on assists from Rick Hasselman and Jacob Andriaccio and in the second period as Jacob Andriaccio tallied from Krywy and Collin Abbott.
The Jamestown Raiders celebrate after winning the Western New York Large School Mixed Club Hockey championship game on Tuesday night at the First Niagara Center.
Nick Kindzia tallied a goal and set up another as CH/CH tied up at 2-2 in the third period to set the stage for Krywy's overtime goal.
Tom Fales was the goalie for the Raiders and made several key saves. Goalie Will Kuettel suffered the tough-luck loss.
Jamestown now plays in the New York State Club Tournament this weekend in Williamsville.