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Jr Varsity In-Line Hockey Recap Week 10
03/17/2015
Bosco carries Rancho Bernardo JV   Taylor Bosco provided all...
High School In-Line Hockey Recap Week 10
03/17/2015
Rorick gives Mission Vista a winning boost   High school varsity...
 
Jr Varsity In-Line Hockey Recap Week 10

Bosco carries Rancho Bernardo JV
 
Taylor Bosco provided all of the scoring for his team as Rancho Bernardo downed Vista, 4-1, in a San Diego District Hockey League high school junior varsity in-line hockey game March 12 at the Escondido Sports Center. Bosco scored the only goal of the first period and he added two more in the second period. Evan Devore scored for Vista with just over a minute remaining in the third period, but Bosco countered with his fourth goal with 34 seconds showing on the clock. Winning goaltender Jakob Ogan made 20 saves for Rancho Bernardo, which had a 22-21 edge in shots on goal.
 
Jason Gyrcary scored the first three goals of the game for Westview, sparking his team to an 11-3 win over Escondido Charter in a SDDHL high school JV in-line contest March 12 at the Sports Center. Jacob Groll also scored in the first period as Westview took a 4-0 lead after the opening 15 minutes. Groll added two more goals in the third period. Laurent Lee had two goals and one assist, Reed Harbison had one goal and one assist, Ethan Eisele and Harrison Clark scored one goal apiece, and Adam Cummings had one assist. Josh Scrivner scored two goals for Escondido Charter, and Shane Alman scored one goal. Westview had a commanding 21-7 advantage in shots on goal.
 
Drew Murchison and Thomas Deschepper scored three goals apiece, leading Temecula Valley to an 8-5 win over San Marcos in a SDDHL high school JV in-line hockey game March 12 at the Sports Center. Noah Ortolano assisted on a second-period goal by Deschepper and a third-period goal by Murchison before scoring two goals himself in the third period for the Golden Bears. Alexander Clermont also had an assist on a second-period power-play goal by Murchison. Tyler Semprini had one goal and one assist for San Marcos, and Sean Twardy, Mark Gonzales, James Dawson and Ryan Stephenson each scored one goal. Blake Steincke and Alex Moore each had an assist. Temecula Valley had the advantage in shots on goal, 27-22.
 
Mt. Carmel took 31 shots on goal while allowing only seven by West Hills and the result was a 9-0 romp for the Sundevils in a SDDHL high school JV in-line hockey matchup March 12 at the Sports Center. Doug Shields scored the first goal of the game for Mt. Carmel just 87 seconds into the contest. Braeden Mitchell then took over the scoring duties, netting the game's next five goals and finishing with six. Ian Thompson and Kole Yamashiro also scored goals for the winners. Mt. Carmel goaltender Miles Noel needed just seven saves for the shutout.


posted 03/17/2015
High School In-Line Hockey Recap Week 10

Rorick gives Mission Vista a winning boost
 
High school varsity in-line hockey took to the rinks March 11 at the Escondido Sports Center for the San Diego District Hockey League, and it was Cameron Rorick providing the lift for Mission Vista with two third-period goals in a 5-4 victory over Escondido Charter. The two teams swapped goals in the first period, with Rorick opening the scoring with a goal assisted by Tanner Stump three minutes into the contest. Escondido Charter tied it just over two minutes later on an unassisted goal by Jono Pecoraro. Sam Warrick found the back of the net for Charter one minute into the second period with an assist from Simon Gott, but the White Tigers' lead lasted less than three minutes before Tyler Wilhelm scored a power-play goal for Mission Vista with an assist from Tyler Boonstra. Another power-play goal went in for Mission Vista just 37 seconds later when Stump assisted again on another score by Rorick. Escondido Charter came back with two goals in the final minutes of the period, tying the game on Joey Mendoza's goal assisted by Pecoraro and Evan Medeiros, and taking a 4-3 lead on another goal by Mendoza assisted by Medeiros with 29 seconds left in the period. The game became tied for the fourth time when Stump found Rorick again for a Mission Vista score with 10:54 left in the third period. There was no additional scoring until Rorick netted his fourth goal unassisted for the game-winner with 1:06 left in regulation play. Mission Vista had a 17-16 edge in shots on goal. Mission Vista goaltender Samantha White and Escondido Charter goalie Kevin McCollum each made 12 saves.
 
Temecula Valley broke open a 1-0 game with five second-period goals, leading to an 8-1 victory over Del Norte in a SDDHL high school varsity in-line hockey game March 11 at the Sports Center. Christopher Snider assisted on a goal by Daniel Reich less than four minutes into the game for the only first-period score. Snider went on to score three goals in the second period before adding a short-handed goal in the final minute of the third period. Cory Ward netted two second-period goals for the winners, Joe Maurer had one goal and one assist, Alex Sakata had two assists, and Lucas Howick had one assist. The only score for Del Norte came with six minutes remaining in the third period on a goal by Tatu Kunto assisted by Connor Kim. Winning goaltender Jake Fink needed to save just seven of eight shots as Temecula Valley had a 21-8 advantage in shots on goal. 
 
Carlsbad spotted Vista the first goal of the game before responding with eight unanswered goals en route to an 11-5 win in a SDDHL high school varsity in-line game March 11 at the Sports Center.  Carlsbad took a 5-1 lead in the first period and never looked back. Blake Woods assisted on Carlsbad's first goal, scored by Jacob Grove, and Woods went on to score four goals and assist on another. Coleman Depretis added four goals and one assist for the winners, Tristan Nava had one goal and two assists, and Birk Grady had one goal and one assist.  For Vista, Zach Morel scored four goals, Nate Honorio scored one goal, Matt Corradetti had two assists, and Jordan Fabbrini and Marty Cummings each had one assist.
Carlsbad had a 24-18 advantage in shots on goal.


posted 03/17/2015
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