Atlantic Prep Athletic Conference All-Conference Team 2023

The 2023 All-APAC team as selected by the conference coaches.

First Team

F Brady Baehser  Holy Ghost Prep        Sr.

F Chase Hannon   La Salle                      Sr.

F Joey Samango   St. Joseph’s Prep      Sr.

D Matt Giordano   La Salle                      Sr.

D Ryan Lippy        Holy Ghost Prep      So.

G Stephen Chen  Hun School                Sr.

G Aries Carangi  La Salle                       Sr.

@ The vote for goaltender ended in a tie

Second Team

F Jeremy Jacobs     Malvern Prep            Jr.

F Jeffrey Hammond St. Joseph’s Prep    Sr.

F Justin LaPlante     Hun School              Jr.

D Brady Doyle         Malvern Prep          Jr.

D John Lynch          St. Joseph’s Prep     Jr.

G Rocco Bruno        St. Joseph’s Prep    Sr.

Honorable Mention

F Jim Jacobs          Malvern Prep             Sr.

F Elian Estulin       Hun School                Sr.

F Kieran Mulholland Holy Ghost Prep   Sr.

F John Seravalli         Holy Ghost Prep    Sr.

F Ryan Desmond      La Salle                   Sr.

F TimWhittock          La Salle                   Sr.

D Scott Richmond      Hun School           Sr.

D Michael Holt            Holy Ghost Prep  Jr.

D Jack Sharer               Malvern Prep      Sr.

D   RyanWarner               La Salle               Sr.

D Shane O’Neill              St. Joseph’s Prep Jr.

G  Brandon Novabilski  Malvern Prep       Sr.

G Colin Mudrick           Holy Ghost Prep    Sr.

Gloucester Catholic 7 St. Joseph’s Prep 1

Billy Sheridan delivered three goals to lead Gloucester  Catholic to a 7-1 non-league win over St. Joseph’s Prep Wednesday afternoon at the Class of 1923 Rink at the University of Pennsylvania.
Jeffrey Hammond scored the Hawks’ only goal in the closing seconds of the third period.

The Hawks now stand at 13-4-2 on the season.

Gloucester Catholic 2 1 4—7

St. Joseph’s Prep 0 0 1—1

APAC Standings as of 2-8-23

                                              Won  Lost  OTW  OTL Pts  GF  GA

La Salle (10-8-2)                     5       2        0       0      15   27  18 

Holy Ghost Prep  (15-5)        4      1        1        1      15  34  27

St. Joseph’s Prep (14-5-2)    3      4        1      0         11  24  28

Hun School (9-12)              3       5        0      0        9     24  30

Malvern Prep (8-6)                2       5        0      1     4     24   25

Game Results

Wednesday, February 8

Hun School 2, Malvern Prep 1

La Salle 4 Council Rick South 0

Holy Ghost Prep 7 Pennsbury 5

St. Joseph’s Prep 4 St. Augustine Prep 3

Jeffrey Hammond scored two goals, including the game winner with 2:08 left in the third period proved to be the game winner as St. Joseph’s Prep downed St. Augustine Prep on Monday at Holly dell Ice Arena.
John Lynch and Patrick Sweeney also scored for St. Joseph’s Prep (14-3-2).

Kai Ackerman scored twice for the Hermits.

The Hawks built a 3-0 lead on first-period goals from Lynch, Sweeney, and Hammond.

Ackerman scored with 2:21 left in the middle period to get St. Augustine Prep on the scoreboard, then added his second goal with 11:55 left in the third period.

Hammond’s second goal have his team a two-goal advantage before Enzo Fanelli scored for the Hermits to make it a one-goal game with 1:48 left in the final period. got the win in goal, making 32 saves.

Ajay White earned the win in goal with 32 saves.

St. Joseph’s Prep 3 0 1—4
St. Augustine Prep 0 1 2—3

First-period goals: John Lynch (SJP) from Joe Samango, 6:45; Patrick  Seeeney (SJP) from Dante Passio and Samango, 12:28; Jeffrey Hammond (SJP) from Eric Seo and Lynch, 12:49

Second-period goal: Kai Ackerman (SAP) from Enzo Fanelli and Dale Curtis,14:39

Third-period goals: Ackerman (SAP) from Curtis and Fanelli, 5:05; Hammond (SJP) from Tristan Winata and Matthew Giuliani, 14:52; Fanelli (SAP)) from Ty Simonet and Robert Romarino, 15:12.
Shots: St. Joseph’s Prep 18, St. Augustine Prep 35

St. Joseph’s Prep at Purple Puck Tournament

St. Joseph’s Prep recorded two victories Thursday at the Purple Puck Tournament in Washington, D.C.

They opened Thursday morning with a 3-2 win over Loyola Academy from Chicago. Jeffrey Hammond scored two of his team’s goals, Gareth McDonald the other.

Thursday afternoon the Hawks shut out Archbishop Spaulding 3-0. Hammond, Joey Samango, and Dante Passio scored goals Rocco Bruno earned the shutout with 15 saves.

The Hawks will face O’ Connell at 8 a.m. on Friday. if they qualify for the championship game they will take the ice at 3 p.m. Friday.

Tristan Winata scored two goals and Jeffrey Hammond and Shane O’Neil scored one goal each as St. Joseph’s Prep and Gonzaga skated to a 4-4 tie on Wednesday in the opening round of the 28th Purple Puck Tournament in Washington, D.C.

Rocco Bruno made 34 saves in goal.

The Hawks (7-2-2) are scheduled to play twice on Thursday; they’ll face Loyola at 9 a.m. and Archbishop Spaulding at 4 p.m. before the tournament concludes on Friday.