A New Era is Unfolding at The Hun School

A new day is dawning at The Hun School. Come Thursday afternoon at the stroke of 4, at the Ice Land Skating Center in Hamilton Township, N.J, the Raiders will embark on their first season of conference play in the Atlantic Prep Athletic Conference. St. Joseph’s Prep will provide the opposition.

The Raiders started their season this past weekend in Western Pennsylvania at the Shady Side Academy tournament where they won three of four games.

Hun School is no stranger to the schools in the APAC, it has competed regularly against conference members in non-league games in seasons past. They are also members, along with La Salle, in the Mid-Atlantic Prep League.

Ian McNally, Hun School’s veteran coach, is familiar with the APAC’s history. “When they started this league, I kind of knew what it was,” he said, “but I caught up last year with (La Salle coach Wally Muhelbronner) more about it.”

McNally, who played college hockey at Princeton, says that membership in the APAC makes the regular season more meaningful.

“Previous to the Mid-Atlantic League, we were just playing a selection of games,” he said. “Just schedule 20 games and you play them. It’s great, but it’s hard to get up for everything for the kids. Sometimes there wasn’t the same amount of emphasis put on playing well and getting the win each time.

“I think that was the goal, to try to have our schedule be all meaningful games. We’d go play Malvern on a Wednesday afternoon but for either team, it wasn’t necessarily the biggest game of the year. So, we’ll have those same games and they’ll all be more meaningful and impactful.  I think for the kids, it’s a big benefit to feel like there’s (three) points on the line each game.”

The Hun School is unique among the APAC membership. It is the first coeducational school in the conference and has boarding students. Also, the school starts its hockey season later than the other conference members to avoid having it overlap with fall sports. But it is committed to putting a quality hockey team on the ice while remaining committed to academic excellence.

“We’re not looking to be a hockey factory,” McNally said, “but we do have strong hockey kids and have a competitive hockey team, so having likeminded schools to play against, it means something. It was a pretty easy ‘Yes’ for us (to joining the APAC) and I hope it was an easy ‘Yes’ for them to want us in the league as well.”

A number of Hun School players are presently playing club hockey but some played other sports for their school this fall.

“Half our team has been here but not been playing hockey,” McNally said. Some of them played football or soccer for Hun or ran cross country.

So, not only are we catching up that way but there’s kids that haven’t played since whenever they last played at their home. Maybe when they left in August or whatever so we’ll see.

“I think we’ll be fine and the difference I think for us is once we start, we skate every day so we’ll probably catch up, in terms of hours on the ice, pretty quick.”

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Hun School 4, Hoosac 1

The Hun School scored three times in the first period and went on to a 4-1 win over Hoosac (NY) on Sunday in the Shady Side Academy tournament.  Seth Kaplan, Josh Sosner, Riley Frost, and Josh Ouellete all scored goals. Stephen Chen made 30 saves in goal.

The win was the Raiders’ third in four tournament games and assured them of a third-place finish. Hun School will open APAC play on Thursday against St. Joseph’s Prep.

The Hun School 3 1 0—4

Hoosac 0 1 0—1

First-period goals: Seth Kaplan (H) from Elian Estulin and Riley Frost 2:39; Josh Sosner (H) from V. Gregoire, 3:40; Riley Frost (H) from Kaplan, 10:40 (pp)

Second-period goals: Josh Ouellete (H) from Josh Sosner, 11:01

The Hun School Scores Two Saturday Wins

The Hun School defeated Blyth Academy 7-2 on Saturday in the second round of the Shady Side (Pa.) Academy tournament.

Elian Estulin led the way with two goals and two assists. Seth Kaplan contributed a goal and four assists while Riley Frost also had a multi-point game, a goal and two assists.

Estulin, Kaplan, and Frost skated on the same line.

Stephen Chen made 15 saves in goal.

Later on Saturday The Hun School defeated St. Francis 2-1 to record its second victory in three tournament games. Seth Kaplan scored in the first period and Elian Estulin in the second. Jack Borek made 41 saves in goal

St. Francis 1 0 0—1

Hun School 1 1 0—2

First-period goals: Gavan Schwenkbeck (SF) from Neil Downey, 3:01; Seth Kaplan (H) from Nick Dimatos and Riley Frost, 6:34 (pp)

Second-period goal: Elian Estulin (H) from Frost and Kaplan, 12:24

The tournament concludes on Sunday.

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Shady Side Acad. 5 The Hun School 2

Nick Dimatos scored both goals for the Raiders who opened their season Friday evening in the opening round of the Shady Side Academy tournament.

Five different players scored goals for Shady Side.

Jack Borek stopped 39 shots while taking the loss in goal.

Hun School 1 0 1—2

Shady Side Ac. 3 1 1—5

First-period goals: Douglas Cole (S) from Michael McCoy, 3:46; Logan Mansfield (S) from McCoy and Parker Hawn, 8:03; Lakin Glessner (H) unassisted, penalty shot, 9:14; Nick Dimatos (H) from Seth Kaplar and Elian Estulin, 9:44 (pp)

Second-period goals: Jonathan English (H) unassisted, 10:57

Third-period goals: Dimatos (H) unassisted, 9:44; Nolan Goudy (H) unassisted, 15:48 (en)

Shots: Hun School 20, Shady Side 44; Saves: Jack Borek (H) 39, Andrew Krakora (S) 18

St. Joseph’s Prep 2, Gonzaga Prep 2

Michael Ahearn and Christian Short scored goals as the Hawks and Gonzaga skated to a tie at the University of Pennsylvania’s Class of 1923 Rink on Friday afternoon.

 Roman Villegas and Hamilton Norwind scored on second-period power plays to draw Gonzaga Prep even.

The Hawks (2-2-1 against high-school competition) will travel to The Hun School on Wednesday.

Gonzaga 0 2 0 0—2

St. Joseph’s Prep 2 0 0 0—2

First-period goals: Michael Ahearn (SJP) from Christian Short, 4:19; Jeffrey Hammond (SJP) from Quinn Egan and Luca Palachick, 5:57

Second-period goals: T.J. Kouba (G) from Roman Villegas and Hamilton Norwind, 5:36 (pp); Villegas (G) from Norwind, 15:35 (pp)

Shots: Gonzaga 41, St. Joseph’s Prep 39

PA Hockey’s Elite 8

Week 9

Class AAA

  1. Malvern Prep 4-1
  2. North Allegheny 8-1
  3. Holy Ghost Prep 4-1
  4. Baldwin 4-1-2
  5. Peters Township 7-3
  6. St. Joseph’s Prep 2-2
  7. Pine Richland 4-2
  8. Seneca Valley 4-3

Class AA

  1. Franklin Regional 6-1
  2. Haverford 4-1
  3. Thomas Jefferson 7-0
  4. Armstrong 7-0
  5. Downingtown West 3-0
  6. Penn Trafford 5-1
  7. Pennridge 4-0
  8. Council Rock South 3-0-1

Class A

  1. West Chester East 4-0
  2. West Chester Rustin 5-2
  3. Quaker Valley 6-0
  4. Fox Chapel 8-0
  5. Springfield Delco 3-0
  6. Norwin 6-1-1
  7. Radnor 1-0
  8. Westmont Hilltop 5-2/Kiski 5-2

Rankings compiled by Jeff Mauro. In some cases, won-loss records have been updated to reflect results since the rankings were complied.

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Council Rock South 11, Council Rock North 4


WARWICK TOWNSHIP—The evening’s recipe featured hockey with an ample helping of tradition. After a year’s hiatus, Council Rock North and Council Rock South resumed their Thanksgiving Eve series Wednesday night.

The teams did not meet last year because North did field a varsity hockey team last season and because the SHSHL schedule did not begin until January. Thus, Wednesday’s meeting was something of a reunion, for the players, and for the fans who packed Revolution Ice Gardens for the occasion.

The more-experienced Golden Hawks had control of the game by late in the first period and rolled to an 11-4 win to claim the Rock Cup. But the fact that the two teams were sharing a sheet of ice was cause for celebration.

“It’s great,” said South captain Matt Constantini. “I missed it a lot. The fans were amazing. It’s just great to be out here for my senior year and Covid is somewhat gone.”

The flow of the game resembled that of a boxing match in which the champion has to work hard to dispatch the underdog but is not at serious risk of defeat.

The Indians (1-2, 0-1 in divisional play) actually took an early lead with a shorthanded goal. Wilton Pasch was in the box serving an interference penalty when his teammate Lucas Siomos sent the puck the length of the ice toward the Golden Hawks’ crease. South goaltender Carson Lopez muffed the puck and North’s Karson Grainey was on hand to put it behind him just 1:43 into the opening period.

The Golden Hawks (3-0-1, 1-0 in the division) soon returned fire with four goals in a span of 10 minutes, 22 seconds. David Vergules scored twice in between goals from Julian Wagenmann and Gavin Nisenzon.
South extended its lead in the second frame. Julian Sarne, and Nisenzon scored goals to give the Hawks a 6-1 advantage 4:50 into the period.

Zach Weisman scored for North at the 8:39 mark, but Vergules, Constantini, Kevin Koles, and Chase Trovsky rattled off four goals in a span of span of less than four minutes before Grainey scored for the Indians with 30 seconds remaining in the period.

“I think what you saw was a team that was established,” said North coach Greg McDonald, “and a team (North) that was throwing haymakers and trying to find it. But we weren’t organized, they were, and they outlasted us.”

North’s Nick Hahn and Vergules traded goals in the third period.

Vergules left the building with four goals and an assist. NIsenzon and Grainey also finished with two goals.

The Golden Hawks enjoyed a 54-28 advantage in shots. Ian Goldberg stood tall in the North net, making 43 saves.

South coach Joe Houk praised the Indians’ effort. “They got that first goal,” he said, “And then we kind of knuckled down. I think it kind of caught the guys off guard. They had a system as to what they were going to do, but they had a short bench so they kind of ran out of juice after we scored the second or third goal.” 

C.R. North 1 2 1—4

C.R. South 4 6 1—11

First-period goals: Karson Grainey (CRN) unassisted, from Lucas Siomos, 1:43 (sh); Julian Wagenmann (CRS) from Sam Cherkassky, 4:07 (pp); David Vergules (CRS) from Nolan O’Brien, 9:39; Vergules (CBS) from Wagenmann and Evan Mostoller, 12:30; Gavin Nisenzon (CRS) from Matt Constantitni, 14:29

Second-period goals: Julian Sarne (CRS) unassisted, 1:08; Nisenzon (CRS) from Chase Trovsky, 4:50; Zach Weissman (CRN) from Grainey, 8:39; Vergules (CRS) from Wagenmann and Constanrini, 9:06; Constantitni (CRS) from Nisenzon and Vergules, 9:54; Kevin Koles (CRS) from Phillip Mayo and Sarne, 11:38; Trovsky (CRS) from Cherkassky and Blaize Pepe, 12:57; Grainey (CRN) unassisted, 16:30

Third-period goals: Nick Hahn (CRN) from Grainey and Jackson Mosley, 3:51; Vergules (CRS) from Wagenmann and Constantini, 9:46

Shots: Council Rock North 28, Council Rock South 54; Saves: Ian Goldberg (CRN) 43, Carson Lopez (CRS) 24

In other games on Wednesday:

Neshaminy 6, Pennsbury 3

Holy Ghost Prep 9, Father Judge 2

Central Bucks East 2, Central Bucks West 1

North Penn vs. Central Bucks South

Pennridge vs. Souderton

Hatboro-Horsham vs. Upper Moreland

William Tennent vs. Archbishop Wood

Malvern Prep vs. Cardinal O’Hara cancelled

Christian Brothers Academy 5 La Salle 1

HATFIELD—The hockey season is only a few weeks old but La Salle took a demanding test Tuesday afternoon. Patrick Reilly scored two goals to lead Christian Academy to a 5-1 win over the Explorers in a non-league matchup at the Hatfield Ice Arena’s Green Rink.

The Colts, who have won eight New Jersey state championships in their history, have started their 2021-22 schedule with two wins. La Salle dropped to 0-4.

“We knew they were good,” said La Salle coach Wally Muehlbronner. “They were fast, they moved the puck well. They’re a good, strong team.”

The Colts got on the board just 41 seconds into the opening period on a goal from Leighton Blesiadecki, who beat Wilum Braun in the La Salle net. Reilly made it 2-0 at the 12:47 mark before adding his second goal with 1:22 left in the period.

For a team that has scored just five goals in its first four games, the three-goal deficit was a steep hill to climb. To complicate matters further, the Explorers lost senior forward Keenan Schneider late in the period with an upper-body injury.

Zachary Wagnon made it a 4-0 game with his own power-play goal 8:06 into the middle period before assisting on Sean Guinnessey’s effort at 14:43.

La Salle got on the board 59 seconds into the final period when Ryan Desmond was able to solve Christian Brothers Academy netminder John Donohoe.

Muehlbronner took some steps on Tuesday to try to ease the Explorers’ goal-scoring woes. “We mixed the lines up a little bit,” he said. “I think we’re making progress, but we’ve just got to keep at it.”

Muelbronner is expecting his team to take some lessons away from the loss.

“They certainly should,” he said. “I think one thing we have to realize is how much we have to simplify our game when we play against a team like that. We didn’t really do it.  We were holding on to the puck too long and they were on us quick. They took us off the puck, created plays. 

“They moved the puck extremely well, so I guess our younger guys can learn from that. But we didn’t adapt to it quick enough.”

Ice Chips—The Colts outshot the Explorers 35-26. The Explorers will open Mid-Atlantic Prep League play next Wednesday on the road against Wyoming Seminary.

CBA 3 2 0—5

La Salle 0 0 1—1

First-period goals: Leighton Blesiadecki (CBA) from Zachary Wagnon and Sean Guinnessey, :41; Patrick Reilly (CBA) from Antonio Donohue and E. Burg, 12:47; Reilly (CBA) from Wagnon, 15:38 (pp)

Second-period goals: Wagnon (CBA) unassisted, 8:06 (pp); Guinnessey (CBA) from Wagnon and Christian Chewha, 14:43

Third-period goals: Ryan Desmond (L) from Charles Kennedy, :59

Shots: CBA 35, La Salle 26: Saves: John Donohoe (CBA) 25, Willum Braun (L) 30

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SHSHL Overview

Traditionally, the Thanksgiving holiday is the first guidepost on the SHSHL calendar.

Here is an overview of how the season has evolved to date.

By Jared Roberts

The Suburban High School Hockey Leagues is celebrating their 49th season. There is a lot to expect in the upcoming season from each division, and here is what we are looking at.

Continental Division

Central Bucks East: Under Head Coach Jeff Mitchell, the Patriots are look to blend the old and the new Junior Goalie Matt Mangiacapre enters the week with a 4.24 GAA, as well as senior Forward Phil McIntyre with 1 goal and 1 assist on the season. East, currently 1-2 on the season.  On Nov 24 when they take on rival Central Bucks West. 

Central Bucks South: The Titans and eight-year Head Coach Shaun McGinty are looking to remain sharp, with the young players looking to the veterans to set the stage for them,. Key players include senior Forward Daniel Kvecher who has 3 assists on the season mixed with sophomore Forward D.J. Lindenmuth, who has 2 assists of his own of the season. South currently sits at 0-2-1 and will look to capture their first victory of the season on Nov 24 against North Penn.

Central Bucks West: Under18-year Head Coach Dave Baun, the optimism is there, with young talent mixed with senior leadership, which seems to be the ultimate recipe for success. Key players include senior Forward Evan Hee, who has logged 1 goal and 2 assists this season, mix with sophomore Defenseman Grant Funseth, who has 1 goal and 5 assists on the season. West is currently 2-1 on the season and will look to carry the momentum into their next game against rival Central Bucks East on Nov 24. 

Pennridge: Head Coach Jeff Montagna to replicate what the Rams did last season. He will look to players like senior Goalie Ryan Pico, who is 2-0 with a 2.00 GAA and a .939SV%, as well as junior Forward Aeryk Lehrhaupt, who has been active in the young season, scoring 3 goals and having 1 assist so far. Pennridge has yet to lose this season, currently at 3-0 and will look to stay perfect when they take on Souderton on Nov 24. 

Souderton:, Head Coach Ryan Uchniat, now in his his fourth season, looks to guide the young team towards success. He is will looking to junior goalies Noah Connor and Liam Kelly, who combined have a 2.92GAA, as well as freshman Forward Nicholas Smith who has 4 goals so far this season. Souderton sits at 2-1 and will look to take first place when they play division leader Pennridge on Nov 24. 

North Penn:. Head Coach Kevin Vaitis is looking to lead this group to make a deep run with relying on the young players to step up. Forward Justin Yothers has shown promise early in the season, as he has 1 goal and 2 assists, as well as Defensemen John Stinson, who has logged 1 goal and 1 assist. North Penn is still looking for their first victory of the season, sitting at 0-3, and will look to capture it on Nov 24 when they take on Central Bucks South. 

National Division

Bensalem: The Owls are starting with the one of the youngest teams in the SHSHL.  Although they had no varsity team last season, first year Head Coach Jordan Roth, is optimistic about their chances in the division. With key players such as sophomore Goalie Ricky Gonzalez with a 1.45GAA and a .930SV% on the young season and sophomore Forward Alex Hood who has 4 goals and 1 assist this season. Bensalem looks to make a name for itself when they take on Wissahickon on Dec 1. 

Pennsbury: The defending SHSHL Class AA champions and show no signs of slowing down this season., Head Coach Ryan Daley us encuring that the team is as sharp as they can be, and intends to stick to the gameplan that  it had last season. With young sophomore Goalie Aaron McDaniel, who is 2-0-1 with a 0.94GAA and a .926SV% on the season, as well as senior Forward Shane Siegmund, who has 4 goals and 4 assists on the season. Sitting at 2-0-1, Pennsbury will look to continue their win streak on Nov 24 when they take on Neshaminy and look to take first place.

Council Rock North: Similar to Bensalem, Council Rock North did not have a varsity team last season, however they make their return under first season Head Coach Greg McDonald. Another young team, North has judst one senior on their team, captain Wilton Pasch, who has logged 1 assist on the young season. Another notable name is freshman Defenseman Nicholas Hahn, who has 2 goals and 4 assists so far this season and shows no signs of slowing down. Council Rock North is currently 1-1 on the season and will look to continue their rise in the division as they take on Council Rock South on Nov 24. 

Council Rock South: Head Coach Joe Houk, who is entering his sixteenth season with the club, has most of that team returning for the season. There is not much doubt that they should carry over that success into this season. Looking at players such as senior Goalie Carson Lopez, who sports a 1.88GAA and a .915SV% in 2 games this season, as well as Defenseman Kevin Koles who has been lighting it up with 4 goals and 3 assist on the year. Council Rock South is currently 2-0-1 and will look to add another W on Nov 24 when they take on Council Rock North. 

Neshaminy: Neshaminy is coming off a season which was a learning experience for the younger players on the team, going 6-6-1, with the same group, now juniors, they look to make a serious run this season under fifth year Head Coach Matt DeMatteo. senior goalie Brian Nelson, who has a 2.45 GAA and a .904 SV%, the team also will lean on junior forward Max Gallagher who has been dominant, scoring 3 goals and 2 assists in 3 games. Neshaminy currently sits atop of the division at 2-0-1 and will attempt to hold onto first place when they take on Pennsbury Nov 24. 

American Division

Abington: Coming off of a season in which they went 7-4 and went to the SHSHL American Division title game, Abington, under fifth year Head Coach Ken Brzozowski, will look to continue their dominance. Rolling up on the season with an experienced lineup is always a big key to success, and Brzozowski has a lineup filled with them. Junior Forward Matthew has been sharp over the course of the early season, having 5 goals and 2 assists, and add senior Forward Joe Stelacio who has been just as electric, scoring 2 goals and 5 assists on the season. This team is hungry to win, and the seniors will have one last chance to bring it all home and will look to prove it when they take on Hatboro-Horsham Dec 3. 

Hatboro-Horsham: First year Head Coach Shane Smith will have his work cut out for him on the season. haa some experience with some of the players, such as senior Goalie Mason Rush who is 1-1 with a 4.85GAA and a .853 SV%, as well as senior Forward Tarek Elsabbagh, who has 2 goal and 2 assists on the year. Hatboro-Horsham, currently 1-1, will look to bounce back in the W column when they take on Moreland/New Hope Nov 24. With the seniors leading this team, the younger players and the new coach should have a real shot of making some noise in the division.

Plymouth Whitemarsh: Josh Aiello will enter his eighth season as Head Coach of Plymouth Whitemarsh. Expectations are high this season, however, that added pressure adds fuel to the fire with senior Goalie Kolton Galie, who is 2-0 with a 3.50 GAA and a .879 SV%, looks to carry the dominance throughout the rest of the season. Also feared on the team is senior Forward Luke Weikel, who has 3 goals and 3 assists on the year. Plymouth Whitemarsh will look to stay undefeated when they take on Quakertown on Dec 1. 

Quakertown: Head Coach Keith Krem enters his third season with a majority of the same team he has coached for the past two year With a good blend of young and old, Quakertown looks to build on the foundations of youth and to have the experienced players pass the torch to their younger players. Junior Defensemen William Shaw has turned some heads in the early goings of the season, scoring 3 goals and 1 assist, as well as senior Forward Anthony Pagliei, who has 2 goals and 1 assist of his own. Quakertown is currently sitting at 0-3 and will look to capture their first win when they take on Plymouth Whitemarsh on Dec 1. 

Upper Dublin: Upper Dublin is getting get back into the mix of the SHSHL after being on a two-year hiatus due to roster issues. Head Coach Anthony Richichi is entering his sixth season with the team, and his second stint as the head coach.  He will lean on the seniors to be beacons for the younger players. Sophomore Forward Jack Bocul has had an electric start to the season, with 7 goals and 1 assist, and the same could be said about Forward Louis Gamburg, who has 5 goals and 1 assist. Upper Dublin is currently 1-3 on the year and will look to carry momentum into their Dec 1 game against Council Rock North. 

William Tennent: Vincent Rosica enters his first season as head coach of William Tennent, taking over for Nick D’Aurizio.. Rosica has a lot of work to do with this team. Forward Frank Rosenberry has been a spark in the offense so far this season, posting 5 goals and 3 assists, paired with Forward Matthew Castan’s 3 goals, the team certainly has the offensive prowess to make a statement. William Tennent currently sits at 0-3 and will look to capture their first victory on Nov 24 when they take on Archbishop Wood. 

Wissahickon: Wissahickon is looking to defend the SHSHL American Division/Class A title. Head Coach Ken Harrington, entering his seventh season, is dealing with some graduation losses, however, the optimism is that they can repeat. Seniors Will and Nick Hussa will be heavily relied on, with Will having 8 goals and 5 assists in 3 games this season and Nick with 2 goal and 9 assists in the same time frame. Another big name to watch out for is freshman Forward Danny Hussa, who has 6 goals and 2 assists on the season, a good sign that both the younger and older players are mingling well together. Wissahickon currently stands at 2-1 and will look to stay undefeated when they take on Bensalem Dec 1. 

SHSHL Update for 11-22

 National/Continental-Class AA     W     L     T    OTL     Pts

Pennridge (4-0)                                  2      0     0       0        4 

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

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

Neshaminy (2-0-1)                             0      0     0      0        0

Central Bucks West (2-1)                 0      0     0      0         0

Bensalem (1-1)                                   0      0     0      0        0

Central Bucks East (1-2)                     0     0     0      0        0

North Penn (1-3)                                 0      0    0       0       0

Central Bucks South (0-4-1)             0      0     0      0        0

Souderton (2-2)                                  0      1     0      0        0

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

American Division-Class A                  W    L   T    OTL      Pts

Wissahickon (2-1)                                  2     0  0     0         4

Abington (1-1)                                        1     0  0     0          2

Upper Dublin (1-3)                                 1    1   0    0          2

Plymouth Whitemarsh (2-0)                 0      0  0     0      0 

Hatboro-Horsham (1-1)                        0     1  0     0         0 

Quakertown (0-2)                                  0      1  0     0        0

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


Class AA                                                  G      A      Pts

Shane Siegmund (PB)                           4       6      10

Brendan Macainsh (PB)                       5       4        9

Carson Grainey (CRN)                         7        1        8

Julian Sarne (CRS)                               5        2        7

Kevin Koles (CRS)                                 4       3        7

Reece Millman (Pb)                             4       3       6

Grant Funseth (CBW)                           1       4       5

Adam Ricci (CBW)                                 2       3       5

Alex Hood (Ben.)                                   4       1       5

Class A                                                     G       A      Pts

Will Hussa (Wiss)                                   8       5       13

Nick Hussa (Wiss)                                  2        9       11

A.J. Pounds (Wiss)                                5        3        8

Danny Hussa (Wiss)                            6        2         8

Frank Rosenberry (WT)                       5        3         8

Jack Bocul (UD)                                   7        1          8     

Goals Against

Class AA                                     Minutes       GA           GAA

Ricky Gonzalez (Bens)                99               3             1.45

Aaron McDaniel (Pb)                 158              5            1.52

Ryan Pico (Pr)                             102              4            2.00

Carson Lopez (CRS)                   158             7            2.13

Brian Nelson (Nesh)                  104             5            2.45

Class A                                     Minutes       GA           GAA

Kolton Galie                             102              7             3.50

Mason Rush (HH)                     99              10           4.85

Emmett Kepniss (UD)             148             17            5.51

Michael Bonnani (Wiss)         150             18           5.76

Save Percentage       

 Class AA                                   Minutes       Shots     Saves       Save Pct.

Ryan Pico (Pr)                         102             66            62            .939

Carson Lopez (CRS)                158             112        105           .938

Ricky Gonzalez (Bens)             99              43           40            .930

Aaron McDaniel (Pb)             158              67           62            .925

Brian Nelson (Nesh)               104             52           47             .904

Class A                                  Minutes       Shots     Saves       Save Pct.

Kolton Galie (PW)               102               58          51            .879

Mason Rush (HH)                 99                68         58           .853

Michael Bonnani (Wiss)     150              105       87             .829

Thomas Lomas (WT)           127              96         79             .823

To be eligible goaltenders must have played a minimum of 99 minutes