Neshaminy and Pennsbury Play for the Greater Good

By Rick Woelfel


BRISTOL—There was a hockey game played at Grundy Arena Wednesday night.  For the record, Pennsbury defeated Neshaminy 4-3 in front of a full house.

But what transpired between the Falcons and the ‘Skins and Neshaminy transcended what happened on the ice.

The occasion was the second annual Gannon Cup game, named in honor of Patrick Gannon, a former Neshaminy Middle School player who perished in an accident at age 13. Prior to the opening faceoff a ceremony was held recognizing Gannon and Neshaminy player Phil Oseredzuk, a who was killed in a kayaking accident this past May at age 16. Replicas of both players’ jerseys are now displayed at Grundy Arena.

Some $1,400 dollars was raised via various pregame goodie baskets and raffles, with the funds earmarked for the Gift of Life Foundation which promotes organ donation efforts.

Neshaminy coach Matt DeMatteo spoke to that topic before the teams took the ice. “I think a night like tonight is a great way to raise awareness,” he said. “Especially with all the high-school kids that will be in attendance tonight. I think it’s a very important message and we can’t overlook the fact that through Patrick’s tragedy, there were six or seven lives that were saved through organ donors.”

Pennsbury coach Ryan Daley noted the evening exemplified hockey’s sense of community. “Both teams have ties to the Gammon family,” he said, “and our players know the families. It’s a lot more than a game.”

The game itself saw the Falcons (3-1) hand Neshaminy (4-1) its first loss of the season.

Jake Machlovitz gave Pennsbury a 1-0 lead with 59 seconds left in the opening period. The senior made it 2-0 just 34 seconds into the second period.

Momentum shifted at the 2:02 when Pennsbury captain Ben Dous drew a five-minute major penalty plus a game misconduct for a hit from behind on Neshaminy’s J.J. Hathaway. Matt Buchinski scored for Neshaminy just 59 seconds later to make it a one-goal game. The ‘Skins didn’t score again during the power play but Robert Seewagen tied the game with a shorthanded goal with 4:31 left in the period.

The Falcons regained and extended their lead in the final minute of the period when when Beau Brusius-Yedman and Machlovitz scored 19 seconds apart during a four-on-four situation.

Thomas Gallagher scored for Neshaminy with 6:07 left in the game; it proved to be the only goal of the third period.

Machlovitz savored playing in front of a packed house. “It’s electrifying, really,” he said, “and three goals too? I’m shaking still.”

Many of the players on both teams have played or do play together on various club teams but that does not diminish the intensity of the rivalry when they’re wearing their school’s colors. “A lot of these guys off the ice will joke around,” he said, but on the ice, it’s for blood.”


Pennsbury 1 3 0—4

Neshaminy 0 2 1—3

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Thanksgiving Eve Hockey Scores

Pennsbury 4, Neshaminy 3

Upper Dublin 12, Truman 2

William Tennent 14, Archbishop Wood 4

Hatboro-Horsham 6, Moreland/NHS 4

Central Bucks East 5,  Central Bucks West 4 OT

Council Rock South 11, Council Rock North 1

Central Bucks South 5, North Penn 1

Pennridge 6, Souderton  1


Malvern Prep 3 vs. Cardinal O’Hara 1

Holy Ghost Prep 4, Father Judge 2


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Wednesday’s Neshaminy-Pennsbury Game Will Send a Powerful Message

Like the other games being played around the Suburban High School Hockey League on Wednesday night, the matchup between Pennsbury and Neshaminy (7:20 at Grundy Arena) won’t count in the league standings. But it will be a special occasion, and an emotional one.

The two teams will play for the Gannon Cup, which is named for Patrick Gannon a former Neshaminy Middle School hockey player who tragically died in an accident at age 13. He played club hockey with many of the players on both teams who will be in uniform Wednesday night.

“We thought it would be a great way to remember him during the game every year,” said Neshaminy coach Matt DeMatteo.

Neshaminy won the inaugural Gannon Cup game last year

IMG_2426.jpegAs tragic as Patrick Gannon’s death was, he gave back to others via organ donation. The game is being played in part to benefit the Donate Life and the Gift of Life Foundation in his memory. There will be an assortment of gift basket raffles and a Chuck-a-Duck fund raiser.,

Patrick Gannon will be recognized prior to game time along with Phil Oseredzuk, a former Neshaminy player who was killed in a kayaking accident last May at age 16. His jersey will be retired before the game and will thereafter be displayed at Grundy Arena.



SHSHL Update 12-2-19

SHSHL Standings Through Friday 11-29

Class AA                                       W     L   OTW OTL/T    Pts

Neshaminy (4-1-0-0)                 3      0     0        0             6

C.B. East (3-0-1-1))                      1   0     0        1               3

C.B. South (4-0-0-1)                    2     0     0        0             2

C.B. West (4-0-0-1))                   2   0     0       0                 2

North Penn (2-2-0-0)                  1  0      0       0               2

Pennsbury (3-1-0-0)                   1   1     0        0              2

C.R. South (1-3-0-0)                   0    0      0     0                0

Quakertown (0-2-0-0)               0    0    0        0             0

William Tennent (1-2-0-0)         0   1     0        0           0

Abington (1-3-0-0)                     0   1     0        0             0

Council Rock North (1-4-0-0)    0   2   0       0              0

Pennridge (2-2-0-0)                    0   2    0        0            0

Souderton (0-4-0-0)                    0  2     0        0           0


 Class A                                              W     L   OTW OTL/T   Pts

Plymouth Whitemarsh (4-1-0-0)    1      0     0        0          2

Wissahickon (2-2-0-0)                     1      0     0        0           2

Hatboro-Horsham (5-0-0-0)            0      0     0        0           0

Lower Moreland (0-4-0-0)               0      1      0        0          0

Truman (0-5-0-0)                             0     1      0        0           0

Standings are calculated as follows

2 points for a win whether in regulation or OT

1 point for a tie or overtime loss

If a game is tied at the end of regulation there will be five minutes of three-on-three overtime, similar to the NHL.

If the game is still tied it will be recorded as a tie game.

The shootout will not be used


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Class AA                                           G      A      Pts

Jake Lang (CBW)                             17     12    29

Chris Trefz (CBW)                            7      18    25

Robert Seewagen (Nesh)              11      9      20

Joey DeMatteo (Nesh)                  8       4      12

Phil McIntyre (CBE)                        4      8       12

Sean Gorman (CBE)                       11        1     12

Bogden Biredenko (CBE)             9        2       11

Colin Abbonizio (CBS)                  6        4       10

Mason McKeever (WT)                7       3        10

Keith Orlando (CBW)                      4        6     10



Class A                                           G        A     Pos

Seth Lerner (HH)                           8       6       14

Alex Howieson (HH)                    7        7       14

Aidan Keogh (PW)                       8        5       13

Jake Weikel (PW)                          6       6      12

Luke Weikel (PW)                         5       7       12

Dean Keller (PW)                          4       7       11

Colin Franzoni (PW)                     4       4        8

Tank Elsabbagh (HH)                    5      2         7

James McCoy (HH)                        3       4        7

Logan Wesrerfer (PW)                2        5        7



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Goals Against

Class AA                                        MP        GA      GAA

Mason Moyer (CBS)                 240        7         1.40

Brian Nelson (Nesh)                 210        8         1.83

Jimmy Sweeney (CRS)              128         5         1.88

Jake Coddington (CBW)           243        10         1.97

Chris McIntyre (CBE)               197         11         2.67



Class A                                        MP       GA          GAA

Kolton Galie (PW)                     96          3           1.50

Ben Yuter (PW)                         144        8           2.67

Joe Gambimo (HH)                   192        12           3.00

Chris Shea (Wiss)                      192       26         6.50


Save Percentage

Class AA                                    MP       Shots   GA     Sv Pct.

Mason Moyer (CBS)                240     129        7           .946

Chris McIntyre (CBE)             197       148        11        .926

Jimmy Sweeney                     128         60          55       .917

Austin Stout (Q)                     96           118        10      .915

Jake Coddington (CBW)      243         100        10       .900



Class A                                     MP         Shots   GA.      Sv Pct

Joe Gambino (HH))                192         150       12       .926

Ben Yuter (PW)                   144              67         8      .881

Kolton Galie (PW)               96                24         3      .875


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High School Hockey as Much a Part of Thanksgiving as Turkey

The Suburban High School Hockey League’s schedule of Thanksgiving Eve games may be the league’s most enduring tradition. By any measure, it’s a highlight of the season, an occasion for alumni to reconnect with former teammates and for today’s players to connect with the history of their respective clubs. Many of matchups are traditional rivalries.

There are four SHSHL doubleheaders on the schedule Wednesday night. In addition,  two   Atlantic Prep Athletic Conference teams will see action.


The schedule


Neshaminy vs. Pennsbury                             7:20 at Grundy Arena

Truman vs. Upper Dublin                              9:00 at Grundy Arena

William Tennent vs. Archbishop Wood      7:00 at Bucks County Ice Sports Center

Hatboro-Horsham vs   Moreland/NHS        9:00 at Bucks County Ice Sports Center

C.B. East vs. C.B. West                                  7:00 at Revolution Ice Gardens

C.R. North vs. C.R. South                               9:00 at Revolution Ice Gardens

Central Bucks South vs. North Penn          7:00 at Hatfield Ice

Pennridge vs. Souderton                               9:00 at Hatfield Ice


Malvern Prep vs. Cardinal O’Hara              6:45 at Skatium

Holy Ghost Prep vs. Father Judge               7:00 at Flyers Skate Zone NE


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St. Joseph’s Prep 3, Holy Ghost Prep 2

BRISTOL—St. Joseph’s Prep is making a habit of doing the little things right. The latest example was on display Friday night as the Hawks edged Holy Ghost Prep 3-2 in front of a large an energetic audience at Grundy Arena.

Austin Amato, Connor Burman, and Jimmy Craig all scored for the Hawks, who improved to 3-1 overall and 3-0-0-1 in the Atlantic Prep Athletic Conference. The only blemish on the Hawks’ record is a shootout loss to La Salle and they took a point on that occasion. It has been an impressive start for a young team.

“We’ve got a lot of stuff to improve on,” said Prep coach David Giacomin, “but the one thing you can’t take away from them is the effort. When they start hustling and they get in your face, they create turnovers, they create anxiety for the opposition. That part of the game we’ve done really well.”

Amato and Burman scored off turnovers to give the Hawks a 2-0 first-period lead. Burman, a junior, credits his team’s work ethic for its fast start.

“It’s the hard work,” he said. “It’s the chemistry. “Everybody wants to be here. Everybody wants to win. We’ve just a really good group this year, it’s all coming together.”

Giacomin said Burman played a solid three periods Friday night. “When that kid is moving he sees the ice so well,” he said. “He’s low to the ground, he’s hard to push off the puck. When he puts together three periods like he did tonight, people notice him.”

Evan Mudrick scored a power-play goal for the Firebirds (2-2, 1-2 in the APAC) 3:48 into the second period to make it a one-goal game for a time but Craig answered with his own power-play goal at 14:57.

That goal proved to be the game winner because Michael Roman found the back of the net for the Firebirds 6:37 into the third frame when he beat Hawk netminder Andrew Custer.

Holy Ghost Prep couldn’t come up with the equalizer. But Gump Whiteside, the Firebirds’ coach took an abundance of positives out of the evening.

“I like how our boys responded in the third period,” he said. “It was unfortunate, we kind of had a slow start there, but I really liked how our guts responded. We’re a young team. We’re going to be good. We’re just working through a couple things right now but I really liked how we responded in the third.”

St. Joseph’s Prep sits atop the APAC standings with a 3-0-1 mark (10 points) but the balance among the four schools through the first weeks of the season has been striking to say the least.

“The league has so much parity,” Giacomin said.”Every game is going to be exciting I think this year.”

Whiteside sees things the same way. “It’s great competition every night,” he said. “Great sportsmanship every night. We battle, we compete hard, we want to get that ’W’ but it’s been great.”

St. Joseph’s Prep 2 1 0—3
Holy Ghost Prep 0 1 1—2
First-period goals: Austin Amato (HGP) from Paulo Colavita, 2:13; Connor Burman (SJP) from Jimmy Craig, 15:12
Second-period goals: Evan Mudrick (HGP) from Byron Hartley, 3:48 (pp); Craig (HGP) from MIchael Urbani, 14:03 (pp)
Third-period goal: Michael Roman (HGP) unassisted, 6:37
Shots: St. Joseph’s Prep 19, Holy Ghost Prep 22; Saves: Andrew Custer (SJP) 20, Sean Joyce (HGP) 15

One Step at a Time

Chris Gallagher has some definite ideas about what he wants the hockey program at Council Rock North to be.

By Rick Woelfel

Council Rock North took another step forward Thursday night. The Indians fell to Central Bucks West 11-0 at Hatfield Ice in a Suburban High School Hockey League matchup that was called after the second period but there were an abundance of signs the program is moving in the right direction.

North had just 12 skaters and a goaltender in uniform. Eight of the skaters were freshmen and no one on the blueline corps had any experience there prior to the start of this season, but the Indians played hard and maintained their composure against an unbeaten West team (4-0) that was more mature physically and processed superior skating ability.

“I was happy with the way the boys played,” said North coach Chris Gallagher, “and I thought they put a lot of effort in tonight. They’re learning on the fly and everyone appreciates the effort.”

Gallagher has put in a lot of effort himself over two seasons plus, resurrecting a program that dropped off the radar because of declining numbers. He and assistant coach Mike Epstein understand that building a quality program doesn’t happen overnight. But Gallagher has a plan in place.

“One was to have a middle-school program (originally run by Epstein),” he said. “Two was to have good kids play. Kids you could be proud of and get the numbers up, and I think we see the light at the end of the tunnel.”

Senior Colin Kiefer is North’s captain. He will not be around to see his leadership efforts come to complete fruition. But what the North program will become over the next few seasons will be determined in part by the example Kiefer is setting now.

“My sophomore year we had nine seniors,” he said,” and we were just phenomenal. We played really well that season and obviously lost year we lost them all. We’ve got a new of new freshmen. It’s definitely going to be an experience teaching them how to play high-school hockey and what it’s like. It’s definitely a lot different than club hockey.”

Kiefer points out wearing a jersey with a school’s name on it brings with it a certain responsibility. That’s a point he tries to get across to his younger teammates.“They need to understand that this is a serious thing and represent the school,” he said.

Another element in building a program is building a relationship between the hockey club and the school’s administration. Gallagher says the process starts in the classroom.

“That’s probably my number-one priority this year,” he said, “Making sure these kids are student-athletes. They’re excelling the in the classroom, they’re doing the best they can on the ice, but they’re becoming good people and people that we can be proud of that are going to graduate from this program.

“They’re complying with the same requirements that every student-athlete has at North and if there are any incidents at school or on the ice, there’s going to be consequences and if any grades aren’t up to our requirements there’s going to be consequences as well.”

Like hockey programs at other public schools in the area and many probate ones, the Indians are a club team and not a varsity sport. But like many of his peers who oversee programs at other schools, Gallagher wants a good relationship with the school whose name his players carry on their jerseys.

“We’re not owed anything from Council Rock North,” he said. “We have a great group of kids here and we’re looking to set an example that we’re doing things the right way.”

The Game—Jake Lang had a big night for the Bucks with four goals and three assists. Seven other players score one goal each. West is 4-0 overall and 2-0 in league play. The Indians dropped to 1-3 and 0-2.

Council Rock North 0 0 x—0
C.B. West 4 7 x—11
First-period goals: Billy Loughnane (CBW) from Reese Dalzell, 1:31; Chris Trefz (CBW) from Evan Hee and Grant Funseth, 3:34; Nikita Ushakov (CBW) from Jake Lang and Sammy Poliak, 8:58; Hee (CBW) from Lang and Keith Orlando, 15:49.
Second-period goals: Lang (CBW) from Funseth, 1:51; Jack Boland (CBW) from Poliak and Hee, 2:18; Lang (CBW) from Ushakov and Orlando, 10:11; Orlando (CBW) from Lang and Trefz, 10:40; Lang (CBW) from Trefz and Orlando, 12:09 (pp); Lang (CBW) from Loughnane and Poliak, 13:29; Ben Morris (CBW) from Funseth 15:39.
Shots: Council Rock North 11, C.B. West 35; Saves: Rex Goldberg (CRN), Jake Coddingfton (CBW) 11.

La Salle 4, St. Joseph’s Prep 3 (shootout)

PHILADELPHIA— Wednesday’s Atlantic Prep Athletic Conference game between La Salle and host St. Josephs Prep was divided into two distinct segments.

The first lasted 39 minutes and change and saw the teams score two goals apiece but settle nothing. The conclusion encompassed the remainder of regulation, overtime, and a shootout and featured an abundance of drama before a shootout goal from Max Maddalo that gave the Explorers a 4-3 win at the University of Pennsylvania’s recently refurbished Class of ’23 Arena. Moments earlier, Jimmy Craig scored for the Hawks with nine tenths of a second remaining in regulation to force overtime.

With the win, La Salle’s record improved to 3-3 overall, and 0-1-1-0 in the APAC). It was a win the visitors badly needed. Just as there are crossroads fights in professional boxing, Monday’s affair was a crossroads game of sorts for the Explorers, though the season is still young.

“The question we’re asking right now is who are we as a team?” said La Salle head coach Wally Muehlbronner. “We’re still trying to figure it out. We have so many new faces here. I think we will figure it out, but we haven’t yet.”

Nolan Woudenberg score two of La Salle’s regulation goals but the Explorers; number-one star was indisputably Aidan McCabe who made 27 saves over the course of regulation and overtime plus three more in the shootout. The Hawks (2-1 overall and in the APAC) outshot the Explorers 30-17.

“Our defense kept the shots to the outside, the senior said. “There were a couple times where they got shots from the slot, but I was able to make some saves and keep us in it and we wound up getting it done in the shootout.”

No one was more impressed with McCabe’s performance then St. Joseph’s Prep coach David Giacomin. “I thought we were the better team today,” he said. “Not by much, but I think of the opportunities we had right in front of him. He stood on his head and made some unbelievable saves where we had pinpoint shots. Maybe if they were one-timers instead of catch and shoot he doesn’t get to those but he made every save that he had. He had to in the big moments. That was the game right there for them.”

Woudenberg and the Hawks’ Joseph Samango traded second-period goals. Maddalo gave the Explorers a 2-1 lead 2:49 into the third frame before Michael Urbani tied the game for the Hawks at the 7:05 mark, Woundenberg scored his second goal of the game with 3:20 left in the period to set the state for the finish of regulation and all that came after.

McCabe noted the pace of play picked up in the late going. “I think the game started out really slow,” he said, “and it gradually picked up and it gradually slowed own again until the last nine minutes.

“And then we got back to the mindset of just getting pucks to the net,” he said, “and just shooting because we knew we would be able to score.”

LaSalle 0 1 2 0 (1)—4

St. Joseph’s Prep 0 1 2 0 (0)—3

Second-period goals: Nolan Woudenberg (L) unassisted, 8:26; Joseph Samango (SJP) from Jimmy Craig, (second assist unavailable) 11:43

Third-period goals: Max Maddalo (L) from Nate Benner and Ryan Ferry, 2:49; Michael Urbani (SJP) unassisted, 7:05; Woudenberg (L) unassisted 12:40; Craig (SJP) from Andrew Centrella, 15:59;

Shootout Goal: Maddalo (L)

Shots: LaSalle 17, St. Joseph’s Prep 30; Saves: Aidan McCabe (L) 27, Rocco Bruno (SJP) 14

By Rick Woelfel


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Jimmy Craig Showing the Way for the Hawks

Jimmy Craig’s season at St. Joseph’s Prep has gotten off to a solid start. The senior forward has recorded a goal and two assists in the Hawks’ first two starts, both Atlantic Prep Athletic Conference wins over Malvern Prep.

Craig says he and his teammates approached the start of the season with right mindset. “I think we came into both games very clear,” he said, “and I think that’s what helped us get a jump on the season.”

Craig, is also one of his team’s captains. The Hawks’ roster features an abundance of underclassmen and he recognizes the importance of the veterans showing way for their younger teammates.

“I think it’s very important that we show the younger guys what it’s all about,” he said, “especially early in the season.

“We visited the Flyers Cup championship last year (where the Hawks lost to LaSalle) and I think that that rubs off. We know what it takes to make it to the championship this year and I think pushing the younger guys, skating with them, just being a good teammate, that’s what it’s all about.”

Craig stresses the importance of being a good teammate and embracing the team concept. “I think it takes someone to recognize that not one player can do it all himself,” he said, “and that playing as a team is how you win games and recognizing there is no ‘I’ in team and just trying to being everybody together in one cohesive unit.”

Craig, a Haverford Township native, got a late start in hockey. His father played the game at St. John Neumann High but he himself was in the third or fourth grade before he strapped on skates for the first time at the Skatium.

“I knew some kids that played ice hockey,” he said, “and I was always in the street games, but I finally decided to start playing hockey.”

Craig played other sports as well, notably football and baseball, but once he reached high school he set them aside. “Once I got to high school, hockey just kind of took over,” he said. “Maybe it’s the speed, it’s something about the game, I just love playing.”

When it came time to choose a high school, Craig was drawn to St. Joseph’s Prep after making a visit. “I visited there and it felt like home,” he said. “I like the motto ‘Men for and with others.’  I think that really took hold.

“I think the biggest adjustment was the workload, but as far as the structure of the school, I grew up wearing a uniform every day. I knew a lot of kids growing in from playing different sports so I didn’t really have a hard time making friends, but I think the workload and having to study more. That was the hardest adjustment to make.”

Like many incoming high-school students, Craig had to learn the concept of time management. “I think tine management was a big adjustment,” he said. “I think that goes along with the workload and having to manage your time with sports and work and having due deadlines and having to turn work in.”

On addition to playing for the Hawks, Craig skates for Team Philadelphia. There are numerous demands on his time and energy but he understands the importance of setting priorities.

“School comes first so if there’s ever a time where it’s a hockey practice or school project, then you’ve got to stay home and do the project.”

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SHSHL Update 11-17-19

SHSHL Standings Through games reported through 11-15


Class AA                                       W     L   OTW OTL/T       Pts

Neshaminy (3-0-0-0)                    2      0     0        0                4

C.B. East (2-0-0-1))                      1   0     0             1                3

C.B. South (2-1-0-0)                    1     0     0            0                2

C.B. West (3-0-0-0))                   1   0     0              0                 2

North Penn (1-1-0-0)                  1  0      0            0                  2

Pennsbury (2-0-0-0)                   1   0     0            0                  2

C.R. South (0-2-0-0)                   0    0      0           0                   0

Quakertown (0-1-0-0)               0    0    0            0                   0

Abington (1-3-0-0)                     0   1     0            0                   0

Council Rock North (1-2-0-0)    0   1   0            0                   0

Pennridge (1-2-0-0)                    0   2    0           0                  0

Souderton (0-2-0-0)                    0  1     0           0                 0

William Tennent (1-1-0-0)         0   1     0        0                  0


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Class A                                              W     L   OTW OTL/T   Pts

Wissahickon (1-2-0-0)                   1      0     0        0           2

Hatboro-Horsham (3-0-0-0)         0      0     0        0           0

Plymouth Whitemarsh (3-1-0-0)  0      0     0        0          0

Truman (0-3-0-0)                             0     0      0        0           0

Lower Moreland (0-3-0-0)            0      1      0        0          0


Standings are calculated as follows

2 points for a win whether in regulation or OT

1 point for a tie or overtime loss


If a game is tied at the end of regulation there will be five minutes of three-on-three overtime, similar to the NHL.

If the game is still tied it will be recorded as a tie game.

The shootout will not be used


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Class AA Scoring                                             G      A      Pts

Jake Lang (CBW)                                             12     9      21

Chris Trefz (CBW)                                           5      15    20

Robert Seewagen (Nesh)                              7       3     10

Phil McIntyre (CBE)                                        4      5       9

Joey DeMatteo (Nesh)                                     6       2      8


Class A Scoring                                           G         A        Pos

Jake Weikel (PW)                                        6       5           11

Seth Lerner (HH)                                        7       2            9

Dean Keller (PW)                                       2       7             9

Aidan Keogh (PW)                                      6        3             9

Alex Howieson (HH)                                2        6            8