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High School In-Line Hockey Recap Week 3
01/28/2015
Timberwolves have more snarl than Golden Bears   Cameron Rorick...
Jr High In Line Hockey Recap Week 2
01/23/2015
North I, Bernardo Heights survive on late goals Action resumed...
Jr High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 13
01/22/2015
Mustangs break out, Bobcats romp Dominating the ice when it counted,...
High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 13
01/22/2015
Knights brush off Matadors   San Marcos broke open a 1-0...
Jr Varsity Inline Hockey Recap Week 2
01/22/2015
Knights get defensive for JV win over Vista Defensive hockey skated...
High School In-Line Hockey Recap Week 2
01/21/2015
Panthers prevail with overtime victory An overtime session was...
Jr High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 12
01/14/2015
Maisano, Mustangs tame Wildcats   Junior high school ice...
High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 12
01/14/2015
Golden Bears, Knights post ice shutouts The Temecula Valley...
Jr High School In Line Hockey Recap Week 1
01/14/2015
Blue the winning hue in 1A opener   Junior high school in-line...
High School In Line Hockey Recap Week 1
01/14/2015
DePretis gives Lancers opening lift   The San Diego District...
 
High School In-Line Hockey Recap Week 3

Timberwolves have more snarl than Golden Bears
 
Cameron Rorick and Jack Gates combined for a run of six consecutive goals, leading Mission Vista to a 9-2 victory over Temecula Valley in a San Diego District Hockey League high school varsity in-line hockey game Jan. 21 at the Escondido Sports Center. The two teams were tied at 1-1 midway through the first period after Tyler Boonstra scored for Mission Vista with an assist from Gates, and Joe Maurer scored unassisted for Temecula Valley. Christian Currie broke the tie when he scored for Mission Vista with 4:18 left in the opening period. Rorick then scored his first of three straight goals, including two in the final 2:15 of the first period, the first assisted by Gates. Rorick added another unassisted goal early in the second period before Gates took over the scoring duties with three straight goals of his own. In the opening minutes of the third period, Gates scored his third unassisted goal before notching his third assist on another goal by Boonstra. Maurer's second unassisted goal for the Golden Bears closed out the scoring with just under three minutes to play. Mission Vista out-shot Temecula Valley 10-4 in the first period while assuming a 4-1 lead. The Timberwolves finished with a 24-17 shots-on-goal advantage. Winning goaltender Samantha White had 15 saves on 17 shots.
 
Vista scored five straight goals and then held off a late rally by Del Norte as the Panthers survived for a 7-6 victory in a SDDHL high school varsity in-line game Jan. 21 at the Sports Center. The two teams exchanged goals into the second period for a 2-2 tie. Ray Kinsey scored off an assist from Conner Kim for Del Norte before Kaelyn Taylor scored for Vista as the first period ended in a 1-1 stalemate. Kinsey scored again off an assist from Eddie Hasell early in the second before Vista tied it again on a goal by Zach Morel assisted by Taylor. The Nighthawks then scored two straight goals as Kinsey netted his third goal of the game before assisting on a goal by Ryan Carlson for a 4-2 Del Norte lead. The Vista scoring run began late in the second period with a goal by Taylor, who then assisted on third-period goals by Morel and Ciera Corradetti as the Panthers edged ahead, 5-4. Morel scored again before assisting on Taylor's fourth goal of the game for a 7-4 advantage. Hasell scored a pair of unassisted goals for Del Norte less than a minute apart with just over two minutes left in regulation time, but the Nighthawks could not score the equalizing goal. Vista had a 20-19 edge in shots on goal.  
 
The scoring was spread around as Escondido Charter rolled to a 9-1 win over Carlsbad in SDDHL high school varsity in-line action Jan. 21 at the Sports Center. Sam Warrick, Aaron Scheideman and Evan Medeiros each scored two goals for the White Tigers, and Dylan Woods, Joey Mendoza and Ryan McCulloch scored one goal apiece. Mendoza, Woods and Gunnar Gott also had one assist apiece. The White Tigers out-shot the Lancers, 28-9. The only goal for Carlsbad came in the third period by Coleman DePretis. Charter goaltender Kevin McCollum saved the other eight shots that came his way.


 


posted 01/28/2015
Jr High In Line Hockey Recap Week 2

North I, Bernardo Heights survive on late goals

Action resumed Jan. 16 for the San Diego District Hockey League's junior high school in-line hockey season, and North I scored two goals in the final four minutes to break a tie en route to a 5-3 victory over Marshall in a Division 1A contest at the Escondido Sports Center. Marshall netted the only score of the first period, an unassisted goal by Cody Sherman. North I tied the score one minute into the second period when Oskari Vakki assisted on a goal by Brandon Trimble. Marshall reclaimed the lead just two minutes later on a goal by Israel Yates assisted by Joon Bae. North I tied it again 2 1/2 minutes later when Trimble scored again with another assist from Vakki, and North I took the lead just over two minutes later on an unassisted goal by Justin Kaufman. The last seven minutes of the second period were scoreless, and Marshall forged the third tie of the game just over four minutes into the third period when Jack Ivey scored off an assist from Ben Ivey. The score remained knotted up at 3-3 until Trimble netted his third goal of the game with 3:53 remaining in the third period. Kaufman assisted on the go-ahead goal, and North I added an insurance goal with 2:36 remaining when Cole Rorick assisted on a score by Nicholas Shoman. North I had a decisive 10-4 shots-on-goal advantage in the pivotal third period. Winning goaltender Evin Martinez saved 11 of 14 shots for the game. Marshall goalie A.J. Maisano saved 18 of 23 shots.

 

Two late goals were enough to lift Bernardo Heights to a 5-3 win over Mesa Verde I in a SDDHL junior high 1A contest Jan. 16 at the Sports Center. Bernardo Heights skated to a 3-0 lead, scoring twice in the first period on goals by Keigo Hachisuka assisted by Braeden Bourne, and by Gary Li unassisted. A goal by Niklas Thomas assisted by Hachisuka early in the second period gave the Bobcats a three-goal lead.  Mesa Verde I countered with three straight goals, beginning with Henry Abell scoring off an assist by Josh Groll, followed by Groll scoring unassisted with 2 1/2 minutes left in the second period. The score remained 3-2 until midway through the third period, when Shai Buium scored the game-tying goal with an assist from Matia Isakovic. The tie score lasted three minutes before Isaiah Frankel scored a short-handed goal for Bernardo Heights. An insurance goal by Hachisuka with two minutes left sealed the outcome. Keenan O'Rourke was in goal for Bernardo Heights for 21 saves on 24 shots, including stopping all 11 shots he faced in the opening period.

 

Martin Luther King erased a three-goal deficit in the third period and went on to a 6-5 overtime triumph over Mesa Verde II in SDDHL junior high 2A action Jan. 16 at the Sports Center. It was the Eagles who flew off to a fast start as Dagin Gregory turned in a hat-trick performance in the first period, scoring three goals for Mesa Verde II. Two goals were unassisted and the other came off a pass from Kelso Cook. Following a scoreless second period, M.L. King got on the scoreboard just over three minutes into the third period when Joshua Perkoski found the back of the net with an assist from Keelan Alton. The Lions clawed back to within one goal with eight minutes remaining when Nick Toms assisted on a goal by Cavanaugh Hughes. The game-tying goal came 2 1/2 minutes later when Perkoski scored off an assist from Pavel Demidov. Mesa Verde II reclaimed the lead with 3:12 left in regulation time when Gregory netted his fourth goal of the game, but victory slipped away from the Eagles when Alton tied the score again with just seven seconds showing on the clock after an assist from Perkoski.  Perkoski scored the first goal of overtime, but Mesa Verde II tied it with a goal by Gregory Litvak. The eventual game-winning goal came off the stick of MLK's Jaden Alton. Connor Hughes saved 15 of 20 shots while tending goal for M.L. King. Andrew Prescott had 19 saves on 25 shots in goal for Mesa Verde II.

 

Coral Bradley scored the first five goals of the game, powering Heritage over North II, 7-1, in SDDHL junior high 1A in-line play Jan. 16 at the Sports Center. Bradley scored three unassisted goals in the first period before adding two more goals in the second period, including one assisted by Mia Prim. Following an unassisted goal by Bryce Mendoza, Heritage had mounted a 6-0 lead going into the third period. Michael Rhinehart put North II on the scoreboard with an unassisted goal four minutes into the third period, but Heritage countered in the final minute of play with Mendoza's second goal of the contest. Heritage had a 35-24 advantage in shots on goal. Jordan Coons made 23 saves in goal for the winners.

 

Noe Santos scored two goals and assisted on two others as Rincon skated to a 5-3 victory over West in a SDDHL junior high 1A clash Jan. 16 at the Sports Center. The two squads exchanged goals in the first period, with Rincon's Aidan Preston and West's Richard White each scoring unassisted goals before Santos broke the tie with a goal assisted by Conner Jaquess with 2 1/2 minutes left in the opening period. Santos scored again just 21 seconds into the second period, and the score remained 3-1 in favor of Rincon until Colby Strayer scored for West with an assist from Jace Phillips with just over two minutes remaining in the period.  The Bulldogs clung to their 3-2 lead for most of the third period before adding some separation with a goal by Zac Miszkiewicz assisted by Santos with 3:14 left on the clock. Caiden Costello scored an unassisted goal for West with 2 1/2 minutes left, but Rincon iced the outcome when Santos assisted on another Miszkiewicz goal in the final minute of play. Each team had 11 shots on goal. Max Gonzalez tended the Rincon nets with eight saves.

 

The Rincon Bulldogs took to the rink again a second time for a Jan. 16 game at the Sports Center, and for the second time the Bulldogs were victorious with a 7-3 win over North II in a SDDHL junior high 2A in-line hockey contest. Rincon rolled to a 5-0 lead in the first period and never looked back. Zac Miszkiewicz scored the first and third goals for the Bulldogs, while Noe Santos scored two goals and assisted on another. Aidan Preston also scored a first-period goal, and Sierra Takacs assisted on Santos' second goal, which came with 31 seconds left in the opening period. After Santos scored again just over six minutes into the second period, Rincon's lead was 6-0. North II got rolling with a pair of goals by Andrew Franey, the second assisted by Michael Rhinehart. But it was Santos who found the back of the net for the fourth time in the game with 3 1/2 minutes to play, negating a late goal by Rhinehart assisted by Franey.  Rincon had 31 shots on goal to 18 for North II. Max Gonzalez was in the Bulldogs' goal for 15 saves.


posted 01/23/2015
Jr High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 13

Mustangs break out, Bobcats romp

Dominating the ice when it counted, the Central Mustangs broke away from a 1-1 tie by scoring three unanswered goals in the third period for a 4-1 victory over the Carlsbad Vikings in a San Diego District Hockey League junior high school ice hockey contest Jan. 14 at the Escondido Ice-Plex. Central's Luke Rogaski scored less than three minutes after the opening face-off with an assist from Jake Rogaski, but that was the only tally of the opening stanza. Samuel Schlegel tied the score for Carlsbad with 2 1/2 minutes left in the second period with a goal assisted by Corey Miller. The score remained deadlocked at 1-1 until Jake Rogaski scored 4 1/2 minutes into the third period after an assist from Dagin Gregory. The Mustangs scored again less than two minutes later with an unassisted goal by Justin Kaufman, and a power-play goal by Michael Wang with 4 1/2 minutes to play closed out the scoring. The winners had an 11-3 shots-on-goal advantage in the third period. A.J. Maisano saved 15 of 16 shots while allowing just one goal for the second straight game to help secure the Mustangs' win.

 

Kelso Cook and Niklas Thomas scored the first two goals of the game and went on to combine for six goals, leading the East Bobcats to an 8-0 victory over the Escondido Bears in a SDDHL junior high ice hockey game Jan. 17 at the San Diego Ice Arena. Cook and Thomas each scored three goals, and Thomas also had an assist. Kyle Buchultz scored the other two goals for the Bobcats, while Tyler Boggess had two assists and Rylie Lissebeck, Johnathan Lee and Kyle Clay had one assist apiece. Callum Burgess stopped all 10 shots he faced while tending goal for the Bobcats, who made the most of their 13 shots on goal.


posted 01/22/2015
High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 13

Knights brush off Matadors

 

San Marcos broke open a 1-0 game by scoring four second-period goals within a span of less than eight minutes, setting the tone for a 9-2 victory over the South Matadors in a San Diego District Hockey League high school game Jan. 17 at the Escondido Ice-Plex. Tyler Harding scored three goals for the Knights, while Kris Coker had two goals and one assist. Ryan McCulloch gave San Marcos an early lead with a first-period goal, and he also added another goal in the second period. Oskari Vakki had one goal and one assist, Abby Kolek scored one goal, Bradley Koplik had three assists, and Mitchell Moore had one assist. Trailing 9-0 late in the game, the Matadors were held scoreless until Griffin Barnett found the back of the net with 3:40 left in the third period. Jacob Powell added another South goal with an assist from Jason Raines with two minutes to play. The Knights had a 27-14 advantage in shots on goal. Winning goaltender Jack Walsh saved 12 of 14 shots.

 

High school ice hockey for the SDDHL continued Jan. 17 at the Ice-Plex, where the Vista Wolves fell behind in the first minute of play before prevailing for a 2-1 victory over the East Wolverines. Dylon Adams opened the scoring with an unassisted goal for East just 56 seconds after the opening face-off. That, however, would be the extent of the scoring for the Wolverines against Vista goaltender Amanda Ewing. The Wolves tied the score with just over 10 minutes left in the second period when Connor Wyatt scored with an assist from Nick Detwiler. The eventual game-winning goal came with just under 10 minutes remaining in the third period, when Michael Medrano scored with assists from Brennan Leahey and Sam Cain. Ewing stopped all 12 shots she faced over the second and third periods, finishing with 14 saves for the Wolves.

 

Ben Greenlee saved 15 of 16 shots and nearly posted a shutout as the Temecula Valley goaltender, sparking the Golden Bears to a 3-1 victory over the Carlsbad Lancers in a SDDHL high school contest Jan. 17 at the Ice-Plex. Temecula Valley opened the scoring late in the first period when Drew Murchison scored off an assist from Benjamin Palmer. The Golden Bears added a pair of second-period goals by Joseph Maurer, both assisted by Daniel Reich. Jordan Ochner also assisted on Maurer's first goal. The Lancers avoided being shut out with 1:01 left to play in the third period when Trevor St. Amour scored off an assist from Jakob Bye. Carlsbad goalie Jeffery Miles made 19 saves on 22 shots. 


posted 01/22/2015
Jr Varsity Inline Hockey Recap Week 2

Knights get defensive for JV win over Vista

Defensive hockey skated to the forefront as junior varsity play for SDDHL high school in-line hockey resumed Jan. 15 at the Sports Center, where San Marcos blanked Vista, 5-0, behind the shutout goaltending of Jake McCollugh. McCollugh set aside all 15 shots that came his way, including six apiece in the second and third periods. The Knights scored the only goal needed in the first period when Blake Steincke assisted on a goal by Tyler Semprini. Steincke added a second-period goal unassisted as the Knights took a 2-0 lead into the third period. San Marcos padded its lead with third-period goals by Ryan Stephenson assisted by Semprini, and by Semprini and Mitchell Moore unassisted. The Knights had 21 shots on goal.
 
Shane Alman scored both goals for his team, leading Escondido Charter to a 2-1 victory over Mt. Carmel in a SDDHL high school JV in-line contest Jan. 15 at the Sports Center. Following nearly 28 minutes of scoreless hockey, Alman opened the scoring with barely two minutes remaining in the second period with a goal assisted by Josh Scrivner. The Sundevils tied the score three minutes into the third period on an unassisted goal by Miles Noel. The score remained tied at 1-1 for five minutes before Alman found the back of the net with an unassisted goal that proved to be the game-winner after neither team could score over the final seven minutes of the contest. Charter goaltender Will Meni saved 12 of 13 shots to help preserve the White Tigers' second win of the season. Mt. Carmel goalie Ian Thompson saved 10 of 12 shots on goal.
 

Drew Murchison broke a 1-1 tie with the go-ahead goal that sparked a run of six unanswered goals as Temecula Valley skated to a 7-2 triumph over Westview in SDDHL high school JV in-line action Jan. 15 at the Sports Center. Murchison and Noah Ortolano combined for six goals for the Golden Bears. Murchison assisted on a goal by Ortolano to give Temecula Valley the lead midway through the first period, but Westview tied the score six minutes later on an unassisted goal by Skyler Schulte. Murchison scored unassisted with just over a minute left in the opening period to break the tie and give the Golden Bears a 2-1 edge. Second-period goals by Ortolano assisted by Murchison, by Murchison assisted by Alexander Clermont on the power play and by Murchison unassisted gave Temecula Valley a 5-1 advantage going into the third period. The Golden Bears expanded on their lead with third-period goals by Ortolano assisted by Sean Green and by Green unassisted. The Wolverines added a late goal when Adam Cummings scored unassisted with two minutes to play. Temecula Valley doubled Westview in shots on goal, 18-9. Winning goaltender Madelyn Gudat needed only seven saves to help secure the Bears' win.


posted 01/22/2015
High School In-Line Hockey Recap Week 2

Panthers prevail with overtime victory

An overtime session was required to determine a winner in Week 2 of the San Diego District Hockey League high school varsity in-line hockey season. Overtime goals by Kaelen Taylor and Nate Honorio proved to be the difference as Vista edged Temecula Valley, 7-6, in a Jan. 14 contest at the Escondido Sports Center. Vista goaltender Brad Whitener stopped four of five OT attempts by the Golden Bears, who let a 5-2 third-period lead get away. Temecula Valley skated to a 3-0 lead in the first period when Tristan Lange assisted on a goal by K.J. Palu three minutes after the opening face-off, Daniel Reich assisted on a power-play goal by Joe Maurer late in the period, and Reich assisted on a goal by Lange a minute later. Vista responded with second-period goals by Ciera Corradetti and Taylor, both assisted by Zach Morel. Temecula Valley countered with a pair of goals by Maurer unassisted and by Cory Ward assisted by Reich as the Golden Bears assumed a 5-2 lead going into the third period. Temecula Valley maintained the three-goal lead until there were just over four minutes left in the third period. The Panthers' comeback began with a goal by Taylor assisted by Morel. Scott Cummings scored an unassisted goal a minute later, and Taylor netted the tying goal with five seconds left off another assist from Morel.  Maurer scored the first overtime goal for Temecula Valley, but Vista answered with goals by Taylor and Honorio to finish the comeback victory.
 
Jake Gates had his stick in on nine scores, leading Mission Vista to a 14-5 win over Carlsbad in a SDDHL high school varsity in-line hockey game Jan. 14 at the Sports Center. Gates scored six goals and assisted on three more for the winners. Tyler Boonstra added four goals and four assists. Tanner Stump had two goals and two assists, Tyler Wilhelm had one goal and three assists, and Christian Currie had one goal. For Carlsbad, Blake Woods had two goals and two assists, Coleman DePretis had two goals and one assist, Payton Puriski had one goal, and Tristan Nava had one assist. Mission Vista had a 32-19 advantage in shots on goal.
 
Escondido Charter skated to a 5-0 lead after one period and continued to collect goals en route to a 16-2 romp over Del Norte in a SDDHL high school varsity in-line hockey game Jan. 14 at the Sports Center. Evan Medeiros had four goals and one assist for the White Tigers, Ryan McCulloch added four goals, Joey Mendoza had two goals and two assists, Gunnar Gott scored two goals, Sam Warrick had one goal and five assists, Aaron Scheideman had one goal and two assists, Jono Pecoraro had one goal and one assist, Simon Gott had one goal, and Dylan Woods had two assists. Tatu Kunto and Eddie Hasell scored second-period goals for Del Norte, and Conner Kim had an assist. Winning goaltender Kevin McCollum saved eight of 10 shots for the White Tigers, who had a 23-10 advantage in shots on goal.


posted 01/21/2015
Jr High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 12

Maisano, Mustangs tame Wildcats

 

Junior high school ice hockey for the San Diego District Hockey League resumed on Jan. 10 at the Escondido Ice-Plex, where the Central Mustangs scored two goals in each period and allowed only one goal in a 6-1 victory over the Oceanside Wildcats. Jake Rogaski scored two goals and assisted on two others for the Mustangs. Andy Zimmerman, Justin Kaufman and Parker Rubin each added one goal and one assist; Luke Rogaski scored one goal; and Dagin Gregory, Brandon Trimble and Sean Reilly each had an assist. Richard White scored for Oceanside early in the second period to make it a 2-1 game, but that was the only goal of the night for the Wildcats, who were out-shot 23-12. A.J. Maisano made 11 saves working the nets for the Mustangs.

 

The Carlsbad Vikings stifled the Escondido Bears to the point of not allowing a single shot on goal en route to a 14-0 romp in a SDDHL junior high school ice hockey game Jan. 10 at the Ice-Plex. Bryce Millan scored three of his team's first four goals and finished with four goals and one assist for the Vikings. Samuel Schlegel was Carlsbad's leading scorer for the game with five goals and three assists. Blake Skrable added three goals and one assist, Evan West and Corey Miller each scored one goal, Aidan Dillon had four assists, and Joe Whitlam had one assist. The Vikings took 36 shots on goal.

 

Vance Geraci scored the winning goal with just under two minutes remaining in regulation time, sending the East Bobcats to a 2-1 victory over the Temecula Jr. Golden Bears in a SDDHL junior high contest on Jan. 10 at the San Diego Ice Arena. After the two teams battled through a scoreless first period, they traded scores three minutes apart in the second period. Max Milstead gave Temecula a 1-0 lead with a goal assisted by Trevor Wirth, but the Bobcats responded with an unassisted goal by Niklas Thomas. The score remained 1-1 deep into the third period until Thomas connected with Geraci for the game-winner with 1:48 remaining in the third period. The Bobcats took 20 shots on goal to nine for the Bears. Callum Burgess made eight saves in goal for the winners, while Ben Greenlee had 18 saves for Temecula.


posted 01/14/2015
High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 12

Golden Bears, Knights post ice shutouts


The Temecula Valley Golden Bears pounded the pipes with 60 shots on goal while allowing no goals at the other end of the ice on the way to a 10-0 romp over the South Matadors in a San Diego District Hockey League high school game Jan. 10 at the Kroc Ice Center. Ari Rotell scored three goals and assisted on four others for the winners, who led 4-0 after the first period and cruised to victory from there. Jake Maurer also scored three goals, Joseph Maurer and Ben Greenlee each had one goal and one assist, Benjamin Palmer and Kainoa Fuentes scored one goal apiece, and Tristan Lange had one assist. Golden Bears goaltender Drake Skaggs needed to make just eight saves to preserve the shutout.

 

Defense prevailed with another shutout on the ice as the San Marcos Knights skated to a 3-0 victory over the Carlsbad Lancers in a SDDHL high school contest Jan. 10 at the Escondido Ice-Plex. Louie Biundo scored the only goal of the first period when he found the back of the net off an assist from Ryan McCulloch just 75 seconds after the opening face-off. Following a scoreless second period, the Knights added third-period goals by McCulloch and Kris Coker to sew up the victory. Maya Tasevski was in goal for the shutout, making 11 saves for the Knights.

 


posted 01/14/2015
Jr High School In Line Hockey Recap Week 1

Blue the winning hue in 1A opener

 
Junior high school in-line hockey action for the 2015 winter season got under way Jan. 9 for the San Diego District Hockey League, and it was Blue defeating White, 9-5, in a 1A contest at the Escondido Sports Center.
The two teams were locked in a 4-4 tie before Blue went on a 5-0 scoring run beginning with 5 1/2 minutes remaining in the second period and continuing into the third period. White could not score again until the final minute of play. Cody Ayers and Kenneth Baek each scored three goals for the winners, with Baek also assisting on Ayers' first goal of the game. Cody Sherman and Jack Ivey each had one goal and two assists, and Sam Lathus had one goal and one assist.  Josh Gross scored two goals and assisted on two others for the White squad, and Ethan Kuhrt, Henry Abell and Alex Pang each scored one goal. Blue came out ahead despite White having a 26-15 advantage in shots on goal. Winning goaltender A.J. Maisano made 21 saves.
 
A game that was tied at 1-1 after six minutes of play became a rout as North 1 scored 13 unanswered goals for a 14-1 win over Bernardo Heights in a SDDHL junior high 1A contest Jan. 9 at the Sports Center. Justin Kaufman broke the tie midway through the first period with a goal assisted by Thomas Farwell, and North 1 never looked back from there. Kaufman finished with two goals and three assists, and Kris Coker also had two goals and three assists. Brandon Trimble had two goals and two assists, and Oskari Vakki, Cole Rorick and Nicholas Shoman scored two goals apiece. Sam Cavassa scored one goal, Farwell added a late goal, and Jack Rogaski had one assist. Keigo Hachisuka scored a power-play goal for Bernardo Heights off an assist from Isaiah Frankel with just over nine minutes remaining in the first period, but the Bobcats could not find the back of the net for the remainder of the game. North 1 had 20 shots on goal, while winning goaltender Evin Martinez saved seven of eight shots at the other end of the rink.
 
Heritage broke open a 2-2 tie by scoring five unanswered goals en route to an 8-3 victory over Rincon in a SDDHL junior high 2A game Jan. 9 at the Sports Center. Charlotte Gott scored the first two goals of the game for Heritage, both off assists from Kyle McDonald, before Rincon rallied back to tie with goals by Zac Miszkiewicz and Rylan Farwell. Noah Meni broke the tie with 10 seconds remaining in the opening period with an unassisted goal that gave Heritage a 3-2 lead going into the second period. Bryce Mendoza scored early in the second period and Meni added another goal in the final minute of the period as Heritage padded its lead to 5-2. Goals by Mendoza and Coral Bradley within the first three minutes of the third period increased the margin to 7-2. Farwell scored his second goal of the game for Rincon with 10 1/2 minutes left to play, but Mia Prim sealed the outcome with a late goal for Heritage off McDonald's third assist of the game. In addition to their goals, Gott and Primm each had an assist for Heritage. Sierra Takacs and Matthew Ortega each had assists for Rincon. Jordan Coons saved 11 of 14 shots while tending goal for Heritage.
 
White scored four of the game's first five goals and went on to skate past Blue, 7-2, in a SDDHL junior high 2A game Jan. 9 at the Sports Center. Christopher Ritchie, Kelso Cook and Kyle Buchultz scored two goals apiece for the winners. Gregory Litvak added one goal, Rylie Lissebeck had two assists, and Dagin Gregory had one assist. Andrew Franey scored both Blue goals. White had a 33-14 advantage in shots on goal, with winning goalie Andrew Prescott making 12 saves.
 
Junior high school 2A action continued for the SDDHL with West skating to an 11-4 victory over Roosevelt in a Jan. 9 contest at the Sports Center. Roosevelt took a 2-1 lead early in the first period before West responded with five consecutive goals to secure the lead for good. Richard White had a hat trick with three goals for West, Raymond Corney chipped in with two goals and three assists, Rylan Goodwin had two goals and one assist, Caden Goodwin scored two goals, Caiden Costello had one goal and two assists, Jace Phillips had one goal and one assist, and Colby Strayer and Shea Wilmer had one assist apiece. Eric Solis scored three goals for Roosevelt, Isabella Bowman had one goal and one assist, and Ian Currie had one assist. West had a 14-9 edge in shots on goal while limiting Roosevelt to just two shots in the third period.
 
Connor Hughes played a strong game between the pipes as M.L. King skated to a 4-1 victory over Heritage in a SDDHL junior high 2A game Jan. 9 at the Sports Center. Hughes saved 18 of the 19 shots that came his way, holding Heritage scoreless except for a second-period goal by Noah Meni. King took a 2-0 lead on the strength of a pair of power-play goals by Cavanaugh Hughes early in the first period and by Joshua Perkoski early in the second period. Following Meni's goal for Heritage, King added two more scores late in the second period on goals by Keelan Alton assisted by Perkoski and by Nick Toms assisted by Cavanaugh Hughes. King prevailed despite being on the short end of a 19-13 shots-on-goal line.
 
Richard White scored four goals to lead West over Mesa Verde II, 6-2, in a SDDHL junior high 2A game Jan. 9 at the Sports Center. West surrendered a goal to Mesa Verde midway through the first period before scoring five unanswered goals to take a 5-1 lead into the third period. Nate Simmons scored two goals for the winners in addition to assisting on two of White's goals. Dagin Gregory scored both Mesa Verde goals, and Kyle Buchultz and Christopher Ritchie each had an assist. West had a 22-11 advantage in shots on goal. Pasha Bocharov made nine saves tending goal for the winners.


posted 01/14/2015
High School In Line Hockey Recap Week 1

DePretis gives Lancers opening lift
 
The San Diego District Hockey League dropped the puck for the high school varsity in-line hockey 2015 winter season with games Jan. 7 at the Escondido Sports Center, where Carlsbad rallied behind the hot stick of Coleman DePretis for a 10-7 win over Temecula Valley. The Lancers erased a 4-2 deficit in the season opener by scoring four consecutive goals in the second period. DePretis scored three of those goals and finished the game with seven goals, including his team's last three goals when Carlsbad outscored the Golden Bears 4-2 in the third period. Tristan Nava and Blake Woods added one goal and two assists apiece for the winners, Jagger Denys scored one goal, and Connor Tabone had one assist. Daniel Reich scored three goals for Temecula Valley, Joe Maurer and Cory Ward each had one goal and one assist, Tanner Tanaka and John Wilshire each scored one goal, and Ben Dunford and Tristan Lange each had one assist. The shots on goal were nearly even, with Carlsbad having a 17-16 edge after out-shooting the Golden Bears 9-4 in the pivotal third period.
 
Mission Vista broke open a one-goal contest by scoring 12 of the game's next 13 goals while skating to a 16-4 victory over Del Norte in SDDHL high school varsity in-line hockey action Jan. 7 at the Sports Center. Jake Gates had his stick on Mission Vista's first eight goals of the game, scoring the first seven before assisting on the eighth. He set off the winners' scoring spree when he netted a goal with eight seconds left in the first period while Mission Vista was nursing a 4-3 lead. Gates finished with 10 goals and one assist for the Timberwolves. Tyler Boonstra added three goals and three assists, Tyler Wilhelm had two goals and one assist, Cameron Rorick had one goal and three assists, and Christian Currie, Tanner Gates and Liam Faughnum each had one assist.  Raymond Kinsey scored three goals for Del Norte, Tatu Kunto had one goal and one assist, and Conner Kim had one assist. Winning goaltender Samantha White saved 18 of 22 shots for the 'Wolves.
 
Escondido Charter erased a 2-1 deficit by scoring the last eight goals of the game while skating to a 9-2 win over Vista in SDDHL high school varsity in-line play Nov. 7 at the Sports Center.  Dylan Woods scored four goals and Joey Mendoza added three for Escondido Charter. Jono Pecoraro chipped in with two goals and three assists, and Ryan McCulloch, Evan Medeiros and Gunnar Gott each had one assist.  White Tigers goaltender Kevin McCollum saved all 10 shots he faced in the second and third periods after allowing a pair of first-period goals to Vista's Kaelen Taylor and Zach Morel.

White Tigers open JV season in winning fashion

Junior varsity competition for the SDDHL high school in-line hockey teams began Jan. 8 at the Sports Center, where Escondido Charter skated to a 7-4 victory over Rancho Bernardo.  The two teams skated to a 1-1 tie after one period of play, but Escondido Charter's Shane Alman scored a pair of goals barely one minute apart early in the second period to ignite a 5-1 scoring surge for the winners. Josh Scrivner also scored two goals for the White Tigers, Jacob Chatton and Ivan Nivinskus each had one goal and one assist, Nathan Pew scored one goal, and Autumn Takacs had one assist. Matt Holmes had two goals and one assist for Rancho Bernardo, Jeff Bauer had one goal and one assist, and Taylor Bosco scored one goal.
Will Meni saved eight of 12 shots tending goal for Escondido Charter. 
 
San Marcos scored five unanswered goals within the first 10 minutes of the game and went on to an 11-1 romp over West Hills in SDDHL high school JV in-line hockey action Jan. 8 at the Sports Center.
Kyle Kelly scored the first two goals for the Knights in the opening five minutes, and he went on to finish with three goals and two assists. Dylan Steincke added two goals and one assist, and Mitchell Moore, Blake Steincke and James Dawson each had one goal and one assist, while Jacob Zeis, Sean Twardy and Ryan Stephenson scored one goal apiece. Andrew Cravey scored the lone West Hills goal with five minutes remaining in the second period. The Wolf Pack was out-shot, 19-8. Jake McCullough was in goal for San Marcos to save seven of the eight shots he faced.
 
Madelyn Gudat turned aside all eight shots she faced while tending goal for Temecula Valley and the Golden Bears rolled to a 14-0 victory over Vista in a SDDHL high school JV contest Jan. 8 at the Sports Center.
Christopher Snider scored six goals for the winners, including three of his team's seven third-period goals. Snider also assisted on a first-period goal by Alexander Clermont. Drew Murchison added three goals and two assists; Noah Ortolano had three goals and one assist, Sean Green had one goal and one assist, and Mackenzie Fink and Alyssa Martinez had two assists apiece.
Temecula Valley had a 20-8 advantage in shots on goal.
 
Mt. Carmel goaltender Ian Thompson saved 12 of the 13 shots that came his way to help lead the Sundevils to a 2-1 victory over Westview in a SDDHL high school JV contest Jan. 8 at the Sports Center. Ethan Eisele scored a power-play goal for Westview off an assist from Adam Cummings 5 1/2 minute into the opening period, but that was the only goal allowed by Thompson. Noah Kirkbride scored the tying goal seven minutes later with an assist from Braeden Mitchell, sending the game into the second period tied at 1-1. The stalemate was broken when Mt. Carmel's Miles Noel netted an unassisted goal 4 1/2 minutes into the second period. Neither team could find the back of the net the rest of the way. The Sundevils prevailed despite being out-shot, 13-7.

 

Rancho Bernardo took 36 shots on goal while limiting West Hills to just four shots as the Broncos rolled to a 12-0 triumph in a SDDHL high school junior varsity game played Jan. 10 at Skate San Diego. Taylor Bosco scored five goals and assisted on another for Rancho Bernardo, Matt Holmes scored four goals and assisted on two others, Cliff Schrader had two goals and three assists, and Keegan Fikse scored one goal.


posted 01/14/2015
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