Jamestown earned a second-place finish as City Honors picked up two late goals to hand the Raiders an 8-2 loss in the title game and claimed the state crown as the Western New York High School Club Hockey Large Division Mixed Championships concluded on Sunday.
The Raiders closed out their Western New York schedule with a 21-7-1 record as three seniors, Jake Andriaccio, Justin Andriaccio and Collin Abbott capped off their careers with a Super Sunday title the week before and the honor of finishing second in the state tournament.
The action began on Friday as the Raiders opened things up on a positive note with a 3-1 victory over Alden.
Jamestown picked up a first-period goal by Justin Andriaccio, assisted by Jake Andriaccio for a 1-0 lead and David Lobb then connected in the second period after a faceoff win by Mitch Dorunda to make it 2-0.
Alden connected on a powerplay chance to make it 2-1 before Justin Andriaccio closed out the scoring with an empty-net goal late in the third period with assists awarded to Gib Stuart and Jake Andriaccio.
On Saturday, the Raiders made it two wins in a row, netting the only goal of the game to earn a 1-0 victory over Olean.
That goal came two minutes into the opening period when Collin Abbott scored off of an assist from Bryce Raymond and goaltender Tom Fales kept the Eagles off of the board for the shutout in net.
Later on, however, the eventual champion, City Honors, rolled to a 7-1 win over the Raiders.
Jamestown fell behind early as City Honors took advantage of the powerplay to net two of four goals in the first period and two more in the second period before the Raiders' Bryce Raymond scored on a rebound off a shot by Abbott.
City Honors closed out the scoring in the third period with one goal, which put Jamestown into the semifinals on Sunday as the second seed and things went the Raiders' way as they posted a 2-0 shutout over East Rockway to earn their spot in the championship game.
Jamestown jumped out ahead 2:30 into the first period when Mitch Dorunda beat the East Rockway netminder from the circle on a feed from Dylan Ferrara and Gib Stuart.
Justin Andriaccio closed out the scoring in the second period with a goal off a pass by Rick Hasselman.
Fales picked up his second shutout of the tournament for Jamestown.
In the title contest, Jamestown found itself shorthanded early in the first period and City Honors took full advantage, scoring two goals with a man advantage and added two more tallies in the second period for a 4-0 lead.
Dylan Bergman finally broke the ice for the Raiders in the third period to make the score 6-1, assisted by Justin Andriaccio, who then notched his own goal after stealing a pass and beating the goalie from in close to make it 6-2.
But City Honors picked up two late goals to make the final outcome, 8-2, and win the state title.