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High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 10
07/24/2015
Stellar net play carries Falcons past Lancers   Carlsbad IceTown...
Jr. High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 10
07/24/2015
Junior high teams fit to be tied   Trailing by three goals...
Varsity Ice Hockey Playoff Bracket
07/22/2015
Hello Hockey Families, The District Varsity Ice Playoffs start...
Jr Varsity Ice Hockey Playoff Bracket
07/21/2015
Hello Hockey Families, The District Jr. Varsity Ice Playoffs start...
Jr High Ice Hockey Playoff Bracket
07/21/2015
Hello Hockey Families, The District Jr. High Ice Playoffs start...
Jr. High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 9
07/18/2015
Mustangs ride hot sticks of Beck, Gregory   Matthew Beck and...
High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 9
07/18/2015
Kaufman, Falcons soar past Wolves   Justin Kaufman provided...
Jr High In-Line Hockey Recap Week 10
07/18/2015
Late burst carries North District   North District scored...
High School In-Line Hockey Recap Championship
07/18/2015
Kaufman, Falcons soar past Wolves   Justin Kaufman provided...
 
High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 10

Stellar net play carries Falcons past Lancers
 
Carlsbad IceTown played host to the San Diego District Hockey League with high school varsity action on July 18, and it was the Central Falcons prevailing over the Carlsbad Lancers in a 2-1 defensive struggle highlighted by a strong performance in goal by Central's Valentino Colella. The only scoring of the first period came just over six minutes after the opening face-off as Central's Jacob Goldberg scored with an assist from Parker Rubin. The score remained 1-0 until 6 1/2 minutes left in the second period, when Ryan Conover assisted on a goal by Samuel Deckhut to extend the Falcons' lead to 2-0. Carlsbad got on the scoreboard with 2:08 remaining in the second period when Connor Tabone scored off an assist from Peter Jacobs. There was no additional scoring over the final 19 minutes of play, including the duration of the third period when each team took nine shots on goal. Colella tended goal for the winners with 20 saves on 21 shots, including a nine-for-nine effort in the third period. Ian Thompson made nine of his 16 saves in the third period for the Lancers.
 
The Vista Wolves erased a two-goal deficit by scoring two goals in the third period to forge a 4-4 tie with the Temecula Golden Bears as high school varsity ice hockey continued for the SDDHL July 18 at Carlsbad IceTown. Each team scored early in the first period, beginning with a Justin Vickers goal for Vista assisted by Jon Weckle. Temecula scored less than three minutes later when Tristan Lange found the back of the net following assists from Kainoa Fuentes and Randy Stare. The Wolves broke the tie late in the period when Vickers assisted on a goal by Kevin Schlitz to give Vista a 2-1 lead going into the second period. The Golden Bears responded in the second period with three unanswered goals to take a 4-2 lead. Joseph Maurer scored unassisted, and Michael Wiggins netted the go-ahead goal less than two minutes later off an assist from Fuentes. Lange gave Temecula a two-goal advantage by scoring his second goal with 1:20 left in the period following another assist from Stare. Schlitz cut the deficit to one goal with an unassisted score for Vista just over four minutes into the third period, and the Wolves tied it less than two minutes later when Weckle and Brennan Leahey assisted on Vickers' second goal of the contest. There was no additional scoring over the final 11 1/2 minutes of play. Temecula goaltender Jayson Palmer saved 13 of 17 shots, while Vista goalie Samantha White had 10 saves on 14 shots.
 
Peter Jacobs scored the first two goals of the game and finished with four to lead the Carlsbad Lancers to a 6-2 victory over the South East Broncos in a SDDHL high school varsity ice hockey matchup July 18 at the Escondido Ice-Plex. Jacobs scored a pair of first-period goals less than three minutes apart as Carlsbad took a 2-0 lead within the first four minutes of play. Connor Tabone and Noah Sharp assisted on the first goal, and Tabone and Jakob Bye assisted on the second goal, which came on the power play following a tripping penalty called against the Broncos. When Jakob Bye scored off an assist from Cameron Vanbrabant with four minutes left in the period, Carlsbad had a 3-0 lead. The Broncos got on the scoreboard five minutes into the second period when Charlie Pape assisted on a goal by Isaac Miller, but the Lancers countered with 2 1/2 minutes left in the period with an unassisted goal by Connor Tabone. Jacobs netted two more goals in the third period with assists from Brenden Miller and Vanbrabant, respectively, negating a South East goal by Pape assisted by Miller. The Lancers had a 24-18 advantage in shots on goal. Carlsbad goaltender Jeffery Miles protected the win with 16 saves.

 

Lancers JV erupts to take down Eagles
 
The Carlsbad Lancers JV broke open a close game by outscoring the Escondido Eagles JV 9-0 through the second and third periods, resulting in a 12-2 victory in a SDDHL high school junior varsity ice hockey game July 18 at the Ice-Plex. Juliet Relph scored for Escondido just 70 seconds after the opening face-off following an assist from Nicholas Shoman, but Ryan Nubling answered for Carlsbad one minute later with a goal assisted by Noah Blabac and Jacob White. Later in the period, White and Adam Blabac netted unassisted goals less than two minutes apart for a 3-1 Carlsbad lead. Louie Biundo scored an unassisted goal for Escondido with two minutes left in the period to slice the deficit to 3-2, but it was all Carlsbad from there. Trevor St. Armour fueled Carlsbad's nine-goal rush with four goals, Noah Blabac scored two goals, Hope Stengler had one goal and one assist, and Scot Wade and Erin Beck each scored one goal. Blake Skrable contributed two assists, and Adam Blabac and White each had an assist. Carlsbad took 32 shots on goal, while the Eagles had 20 shots. Jack Walsh was the winning goaltender with 18 saves for the Lancers.
 
Sullivan Hoynes and Alec Cadieux scored two goals apiece, sending the Carlsbad Vikings JV to a 4-3 victory over the San Marcos Knights JV as high school junior varsity ice hockey action continued for the SDDHL July 18 at the Ice-Plex. The Vikings skated to a 3-0 lead within the first nine minutes of play as Hoynes and Cadieux scored goals 59 seconds apart, both with assists from Riley Frost, before Hoynes scored again with another assist from Cadieux. San Marcos scored with 6 1/2 minutes left in the period when Tyler Sheridan netted an unassisted goal, and the Knights made it a 3-2 game on a short-handed goal by Kyle Clements assisted by Cole Sheridan with 5:43 left in the second period. Carlsbad responded less than three minutes later with a short-handed goal of its own by Cadieux as the Vikings took a 4-2 lead into the third period. Carlsbad maintained its two-goal advantage until there was 3:18 left in the third period, when Clements scored his second goal for the Knights with assists from Daniel Hoffmann and Nicholas Moore. San Marcos, however, could not score the equalizing goal. Vikings goaltender Jack Walsh saved 17 of 19 shots in the win. Knights goalie Nicholas Pini had 18 saves on 22 shots

 


by posted 07/24/2015
Jr. High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 10

Junior high teams fit to be tied
 
Trailing by three goals going into the third period, the South East Bobcats rallied to score four times en route to a 4-4 tie against the Temecula Jr. Golden Bears as the San Diego District Hockey League resumed junior high school ice hockey competition July 18 at the Escondido Ice-Plex. Following a scoreless first period, Temecula scored a pair of goals just over two minutes apart early in the second period. Kevin Comer scored with an assist from Cabe Comer, and Kevin Comer assisted on a power-play goal by Dawson Vanlaeys. The Golden Bears took a 3-0 lead with 5 1/2 minutes left in the period on a Britton Nameth goal assisted by Daniel Sabater and Victor Sabater.  The Bobcats broke through in the opening minutes of the third period, ending their scoreless drought with a goal by Austin Pacewic assisted by Jake Dempsey. South East scored again less than three minutes later when Tyler Sheridan assisted on a goal by Dempsey. Temecula moved back in front by two goals when Daniel Sabater scored with 5:41 remaining in the third period following assists from Nameth and Trevor Wirth. The Broncos then scored twice in the final 3 1/2 minutes to forge the tie. Dempsey tallied goals, the first assisted by Cole Sheridan and the next assisted by Trevor Marquez to tie the score with 1:18 remaining on the clock. The two goaltenders had nearly identical numbers in the nets, with Jose Godina saving 15 of 19 shots for the Broncos and Temecula's Ethan Lear making 14 saves on 18 shots.
 
For the second time on the same day, two junior high school ice hockey teams skated to a 4-4 deadlock in SDDHL action at the Ice-Plex as the Oceanside Wildcats and Escondido Bears could not decide a winner. The Bears netted three third-period goals to stave off defeat in the July 18 matchup. The two teams exchanged goals in the first period, beginning with Michael Medrano's goal for Oceanside three minutes into the first period following assists from Caiden Costello and Jin Weckle. Escondido responded just under five minutes later with a goal by William Schneider assisted by Jacob Smith to send the contest into the second period tied at 1-1. Oceanside controlled the second period by outscoring the Bears 3-0. Noah Dalessandro assisted on a goal by Medrano, Joshua Sibilla scored unassisted, and Medrano netted his third goal off another assist from Weckle. Trailing 4-1 going into the third period, the Bears clawed back with two goals in the opening four minutes of the third period. Schneider scored again with assists from Jacob Smith and Abel Martinez, and James Martin scored with an assist from Riley Adams to cut the Wildcats' lead to 4-3. Schneider netted his third goal of the game to tie the score with 4:51 remaining on the clock. Neither side could score the rest of the way as Escondido finished with a 20-19 edge in shots on goal. Zane Breier made 16 saves tending goal for Oceanside, while Bears goalie James Coker had 15 saves.


by posted 07/24/2015
Varsity Ice Hockey Playoff Bracket

Hello Hockey Families,

The District Varsity Ice Playoffs start Sunday July 26th and I wanted to take a moment to give you some information about what’s coming up next and to thank you all for participating and for making this another great season.  If you’ve been at the rink or reading the recaps, then you know we had many close and exciting games and, as always, the friendship and camaraderie between all the hockey families who find themselves hanging out at the rink and seeing familiar faces is a big part of the positive experience we are trying to create in the District League.  So thanks.

Regular Season Varsity Standing

TEAM

  1. East Night Hawks
  2. Central Falcons
  3. Temecula Golden Bears
  4. Carlsbad Lancers
  5. South East Broncos
  6. Vista Wolves
  7. North Knights

As of this evening, July 22nd  these are the current standings.  Since we still have some regular season games to be played this weekend; based upon the results of the games these standings will be adjusted accordingly.

Attached please find the playoff bracket, which outlines the remaining games.

Looking ahead, registration is now open for next season, the preseason will start in late August and the regular season will start the week of September 13th. As with previous seasons, we will not know the exact details about teams and divisions until people sign up, so please do that as soon as you can. Of course, we will still be happy to sign people up at tryouts but signing up early helps us get divisions formed and schedules posted in a timely manner.  Also, some of you have been asking about how teams are formed, so I wanted to point out that our website has information about that and about our philosophy, mission, and history as well as general information about the league. To access that information, look under the “Leagues” and “About” tabs at districthockey.com.

Finally, if you know of anyone who is thinking about joining the District League or who may be on the fence about playing next season, please have him or her contact me. We are always willing to talk to people who have questions, and we are especially interested in feedback from people who have been participating in the league. If you like what is happening with District hockey, if you have a problem with something, if you have suggestions for the future, send me an email or use the “Feedback” button on the home page of the website.

Good luck to all of you in the playoffs! See you at the rink.

Sincerely,

Kim Coker

San Diego Sports Foundation

(760) 452-8440 Ext 101


by posted 07/22/2015
Jr Varsity Ice Hockey Playoff Bracket

Hello Hockey Families,

The District Jr. Varsity Ice Playoffs start Saturday July 25th and I wanted to take a moment to give you some information about what’s coming up next and to thank you all for participating and for making this another great season.  If you’ve been at the rink or reading the recaps, then you know we had many close and exciting games and, as always, the friendship and camaraderie between all the hockey families who find themselves hanging out at the rink and seeing familiar faces is a big part of the positive experience we are trying to create in the District League.  So thanks.

Regular Season Jr. Varsity Standing

TEAM

  1. Escondido Eagles JV
  2. Carlsbad Vikings JV
  3. Carlsbad Lancers JV
  4. San Marcos Knights JV
  5. Vista Wolves JV

Attached please find the playoff bracket, which outlines the remaining games.

Looking ahead, registration is now open for next season, the preseason will start in late August and the regular season will start the week of September 13th. As with previous seasons, we will not know the exact details about teams and divisions until people sign up, so please do that as soon as you can. Of course, we will still be happy to sign people up at tryouts but signing up early helps us get divisions formed and schedules posted in a timely manner.  Also, some of you have been asking about how teams are formed, so I wanted to point out that our website has information about that and about our philosophy, mission, and history as well as general information about the league. To access that information, look under the “Leagues” and “About” tabs at districthockey.com.

Finally, if you know of anyone who is thinking about joining the District League or who may be on the fence about playing next season, please have him or her contact me. We are always willing to talk to people who have questions, and we are especially interested in feedback from people who have been participating in the league. If you like what is happening with District hockey, if you have a problem with something, if you have suggestions for the future, send me an email or use the “Feedback” button on the home page of the website.

Good luck to all of you in the playoffs! See you at the rink.

 

Sincerely,

Kim Coker

San Diego Sports Foundation

(760) 452-8440 Ext 101


by posted 07/21/2015
Jr High Ice Hockey Playoff Bracket

Hello Hockey Families,

The District Jr. High Ice Playoffs start Saturday July 25th and I wanted to take a moment to give you some information about what’s coming up next and to thank you all for participating and for making this another great season.  If you’ve been at the rink or reading the recaps, then you know we had many close and exciting games and, as always, the friendship and camaraderie between all the hockey families who find themselves hanging out at the rink and seeing familiar faces is a big part of the positive experience we are trying to create in the District League.  So thanks.

Regular Season Jr. High Standing

TEAM

  1. South East Bobcats
  2. Central Mustangs
  3. Temecula Jr Golden Bears
  4. Escondido Bears
  5. Oceanside Wildcats

Attached please find the playoff bracket, which outlines the remaining games.

Looking ahead, registration is now open for next season, the preseason will start in late August and the regular season will start the week of September 13th. As with previous seasons, we will not know the exact details about teams and divisions until people sign up, so please do that as soon as you can. Of course, we will still be happy to sign people up at tryouts but signing up early helps us get divisions formed and schedules posted in a timely manner.  Also, some of you have been asking about how teams are formed, so I wanted to point out that our website has information about that and about our philosophy, mission, and history as well as general information about the league. To access that information, look under the “Leagues” and “About” tabs at districthockey.com.

Finally, if you know of anyone who is thinking about joining the District League or who may be on the fence about playing next season, please have him or her contact me. We are always willing to talk to people who have questions, and we are especially interested in feedback from people who have been participating in the league. If you like what is happening with District hockey, if you have a problem with something, if you have suggestions for the future, send me an email or use the “Feedback” button on the home page of the website.

Good luck to all of you in the playoffs! See you at the rink.

 

Sincerely,

Kim Coker

San Diego Sports Foundation

(760) 452-8440 Ext 101


by posted 07/21/2015
Jr. High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 9

Mustangs ride hot sticks of Beck, Gregory
 
Matthew Beck and Dagin Gregory combined to score six goals, powering the Central Mustangs past the Oceanside Wildcats, 10-1, as junior high school ice hockey for the San Diego District Hockey League resumed July 11 at Carlsbad IceTown. Beck scored a first-period goal with an assist from Ryan Wisbach, and Gregory scored unassisted goals just 18 seconds apart for a 3-0 Mustangs lead. Beck went on to finish with three goals and three assists, adding a pair of goals in the third period and assisting on goals by Blake Branon in the second period and by Gregory and Luke Rogaski in the third period. Gregory also notched a hat trick with his third goal of the game and assisted on a third-period goal by Wisbach. Rogaski finished with two goals and one assist, and Ryan Beck had two assists. The only score for Oceanside came with just over eight minutes remaining in the third period when Aidan Dillon and Caiden Costello assisted on a goal by Jin Weckle. A.J. Maisano had a strong game in goal for the Mustangs, saving 17 of 18 shots. The winners had 19 shots on goal.
 
Jake Dempsey and Clayton Moore each skated to a hat trick with three goals apiece, leading the South East Bobcats to a 7-0 whitewash of the Central Mustangs in a SDDHL junior high ice hockey game July 11 at Carlsbad IceTown Dempsey also assisted on a first-period goal by Isaiah Miller, and Miller assisted on a second-period score by Dempsey. Cole Sheridan added two assists for the winners, who had a commanding 36-10 advantage in shots on goal. Jose Godina denied all 10 shots he faced tending goal for the Bobcats.
 
William Schneider found the back of the net four times for goals, leading the Escondido Bears to a 5-2 victory over the Temecula Jr. Golden Bears in SDDHL junior high ice hockey action July 11 at the Ice-Plex. Johnny Mock and Schneider scored first-period goals for Escondido, with Schneider taking advantage of the power play on his goal. Kevin Banjarjian scored for Temecula early in the second period with assists from Victor Sabater and Britton Nameth, but Schneider scored again just 30 seconds later with an assist from James Martin. Schneider and Martin connected again on a short-handed goal later in the second period. Temecula's Trevor Wirth scored a short-handed goal late in the second period, but Schneider closed the deal with 2:12 remaining in the third period by netting his fourth goal with the aid of Martin's third assist. John Mountain saved 10 of 12 shots as the winning goaltender for Escondido, which took 17 shots on goal. 


by posted 07/18/2015
High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 9

Kaufman, Falcons soar past Wolves
 
Justin Kaufman provided two goals and one assist in the first period, sparking the Central Falcons to an 8-2 victory over the Vista Wolves as high school varsity ice hockey resumed for the San Diego District Hockey League on July 11 at the Escondido Ice-Plex. Kaufman and Isaiah Granet each scored unassisted goals before Kaufman assisted on a goal by Granet. When Kaufman netted another unassisted goal, the Falcons had built a 4-0 lead within the first nine minutes of play. Kaufman also assisted on a second-period goal by Jack Rogaski, and Jacob Goldberg scored a pair of unassisted goals to give Central a 7-0 advantage going into the third period. Ryan Conover added a goal for the Falcons early in the third period before Justin Vickers put Vista on the scoreboard with two late goals. Vickers scored with 8 1/2 minutes remaining off an assist from Jayson Palmer and again unassisted with two minutes left on the clock. With Central holding a 22-10 advantage in shots on goal, A.J. Maisano was the winning goaltender with eight saves.
 
Tanner Acomb scored two goals and assisted on another to help the Temecula Golden Bears skate to a 4-2 victory over the North Knights in a SDDHL high school varsity ice hockey matchup July 11 at the Ice-Plex. The Golden Bears took a quick 2-0 lead by scoring goals just two minutes apart early in the first period. Acomb scored unassisted, and Jacob Alshammiry found the back of the net with an assist from Joseph Maurer.
The lead was cut in half when Mitchell Moore assisted on a North goal by James Spaargaren, but Acomb countered 3 1/2 minutes later with another unassisted score to give Temecula a 3-1 lead after one period of play. Just over a minute was elapsed in the second period when  Acomb assisted on a goal by Maurer to extend the Golden Bears' lead to 4-1. The score remained that way until Spaargaren netted his second goal of the game for the Knights off an assist from Abby Kolek with 25 seconds left in the second period. Neither team scored in the third period, despite 10 shots on goal for each side. Christian Ross was the winning goaltender for Temecula with 18 saves on 20 shots, while North net minder Ian Thompson saved 23 of 27 shots.
 
Brenden Miller and Cameron Vanbrabant each scored two goals, and Ian Thompson saved all 11 shots he faced as the Carlsbad Lancers skated to a 6-0 triumph over the South East Broncos in a SDDHL high school varsity ice hockey game July 11 at the Ice-Plex. Miller and Vanbrabant both scored in the first period, with Noah Sharp assisting on the goal by Miller and Peter Jacobs assisting for Vanbrabant two minutes later.
Second-period goals by Vanbrabant and Derek McInerney were assisted by Connor Tabone and Stefan Stojanovic, respectively. Carlsbad added to its lead in the third period with goals by Miller unassisted and by Sharp assisted by Tabone. The Lancers had a 24-11 advantage in shots on goal.
 

Vikings JV takes battle of Carlsbad
 
Patrick O'Donnell set aside all 16 shots that came his way while tending goal, preserving a 6-0 victory for the Carlsbad Vikings JV over the Carlsbad Lancers JV in a San Diego District Hockey League high school junior varsity ice hockey matchup July 11 at Carlsbad IceTown. Alec Cadieux provided a hat trick with three goals at the Vikings' offensive end. Jack Cadieux scored the only goal of the first period for a 1-0 Vikings lead. Brady Walz and Keaton Morehead assisted on a second-period goal by Riley Frost, and Alec Cadieux scored the first of three straight goals to boost the Vikings' lead to 3-0 going into the third period. Alec Cadieux added third-period goals just under two minutes apart. Jace Phillips and Jack Cadiex provided assists on one goal, and Luke Stengler assisted on the other. Stengler closed out the scoring with 1:12 to play with an unassisted goal. The winners had a 27-16 shots-on-goal advantage.
 
Clayton Moore scored two goals and assisted on two others, pacing the San Marcos Knights JV to a 6-1 win over the Vista Wolves JV in a SDDHL high school junior varsity ice hockey contest July 11 at the Escondido Ice-Plex. Moore assisted on a goal by Jonathan Harcharik early in the first period, and Moore scored later in the period with an assist from Hayden Shoemake.  Shoemake added another assist less than a minute into the second period on a goal by Nicholas Johnson. Tyler Gary scored with an assist from Cole Sheridan, and Moore scored again with an assist from Danny Seppanen as the Knights took a 5-0 lead after two periods of play. Vista avoided being shut out on a goal by Michael Katsaros assisted by James Phipps with 9 1/2 minutes to play in the third period. San Marcos closed out the scoring when Moore assisted on a goal by Shoemake with 18 seconds left to play. The Knights had a 31-13 advantage in shots on goal. Tyler Lee made 12 saves as the winning goaltender for San Marcos.

 


by posted 07/18/2015
Jr High In-Line Hockey Recap Week 10

Late burst carries North District
 
North District scored three consecutive goals within a 3 1/2-minute span of the third period, leading to an 8-7 victory over East District as the San Diego District Hockey League resumed junior high school in-line hockey action July 10 at the Escondido Sports Center. The North squad took a 2-0 lead within the first 10 minutes of the opening period as Michael Rhinehart scored with an assist from Andrew Franey before Franey scored unassisted. East District responded with a 5-0 scoring run, with Kenneth Baek and Kyle Baek providing the firepower. Kenneth Baek scored with 4 1/2 minutes left in the period after an assist from Kyle Baek, and the roles were reversed on a goal two minutes later that tied the score at 2-2. Kenneth Baek netted a pair of unassisted goals less than a minute apart in the opening stages of the second period, and then quickly added another goal with an assist from Kyle Baek for a 5-2 East lead. North responded by going on a scoring run of its own with three goals in the final two minutes of the period. Lucas Ponce de Leon scored with an assist from Spencer Milanowski, Franey scored unassisted and then scored again with 50 seconds remaining after an assist from Rhinehart to tie the score at 5-5 going into the third period. East took the lead less than three minutes into the period when Kenneth Baek assisted on a goal by Joon Bae. North's response was another three-goal scoring burst, starting with Franey assisting on a goal by Rhinehart. The roles were reversed for the next two goals, with Rhinehart assisting Franey with 5:56 left and again with 4:22 remaining. Kenneth Baek netted his fifth goal of the contest with 3:46 left on the clock, but East District could not make up the rest of the difference. The shots on goal were also close, with North holding a 23-22 edge. North goaltender James Comer and East net minder Owen Crudale each made 15 saves.
 
Rincon took 33 shots on goal while allowing just five at the other end, resulting in a 12-1 victory over Central District in a SDDHL junior high in-line hockey game July 10 at the Sports Center.  Mia Prim netted five goals to lead the scoring for Rincon, which out-shot Central 15-2 in the first period while mounting a 6-0 lead. Matthew Ortega added two goals and two assists, Zac Miszkiewicz and Noe Santos each had one goal and two assists, Jerrod Kearns had one goal and one assist, and Morgan Jaquess and Sierra Takacs scored one goal apiece.
The only score for Central came midway through the third period when Ian Martin assisted on a goal by Luke Rogaski.
 
Dagin Gregory scored the first two goals of the game and went on to finish with four goals to lead Mesa Verde over Heritage, 8-3, in a SDDHL junior high in-line hockey matchup July 10 at the Sports Center. The contest was less that three minutes old when Gregory converted a power-play goal with an assist from Gavin Lissebeck following a tripping penalty on Heritage. Gregory scored again just over three minutes later after an assist from Tyler Lee as Mesa Verde took a 2-0 lead into the second period. Mesa Verde padded its lead to 3-0 two minutes into the second period when Lissebeck assisted on a goal by Henry Abell, but Heritage staged a comeback. Coco Bradley started the rally with a goal assisted by Bryson Cannon, and Cannon had another assist three minutes later on a power-play goal by Noah Meni. A crosschecking penalty against Mesa Verde gave Heritage another power-play opportunity, and Cannon converted with just under four minutes remaining in the period to tie the score at 3-3. The rest of the scoring belonged to Mesa Verde, which closed out the game with five unanswered goals. Gregory scored a short-handed goal with 1:36 left in the second period, and Mesa Verde added four third-period goals to pull away. Lissebeck scored unassisted, Lee assisted on a power-play goal by Abell, Lissebeck assisted on Gregory's fourth goal of the outing, and Lee scored unassisted to close it out. Mesa Verde had a 23-14 advantage in shots on goal. Tyler Boggess was the winning goaltender with 11 saves.
 
South District outscored Rincon 5-2 in the third period, turning a game that was tied after two periods into an 8-3 victory for the South squad in SDDHL junior high in-line hockey action July 10 at the Sports Center. There was no scoring in the first period until a three-goal burst in the final four minutes. Phillip Hirman scored unassisted for South; followed two minutes later by another South goal by Colton Clapham assisted by Jaime San Martin. Rincon got on the scoreboard when Noe Santos scored unassisted with one minute left in the opening period. Santos scored again four minutes into the second period to tie the score at 2-2. South District reclaimed the lead just 18 seconds later on a Colton Grover goal assisted by A.J. Lee, but Santos scored again less than two minutes later to leave the two teams tied at 3-3 going into the third period. South scored twice in the first 4 1/2 minutes of the third stanza, with San Martin scoring unassisted and Hirman scoring with an assist from Andrew Steiner. Mia Prim scored for Rincon with eight minutes remaining, but South countered with a goal by Grover assisted by Zabian Barraza. Santos netted his fourth goal of the game for Rincon with 5 1/2 minutes remaining, but South District sewed up the outcome with late goals by Clapham assisted by San Martin and by Lee assisted by Barraza. South District had the advantage in shots on goal, 17-14. Issac Laddon had nine saves as the winning goalie.
 
Kenneth Baek scored two goals and assisted on another as East District held on for a 4-3 victory over South District in a SDDHL junior high in-line hockey contest July 10 at the Sports Center. Maverick Wampler and Baek scored unassisted goals to give East a 2-0 lead in the first period. South skated back to tie the score with a pair of goals late in the second period. Andrew Steiner assisted on a goal by A.J. Lee with just over three minutes remaining in the period, and Jaime San Martin scored 63 seconds later with an assist from Colton Clapham. It appeared the game would be tied going into the third period until Joon Bea beat the clock by seven seconds with the go-ahead goal following an assist from Baek. With just over four minutes elapsed in the third period, East assumed a 4-2 lead when Baek scored again after taking an assist from Bae. Zabian Barraza scored for South off an assist from Isaiah Miller with 3:50 to play, but there was no further scoring the rest of the way. Jordan Coons saved 17 of 20 shots as the winning goaltender for East District, which took 16 shots on goal.

 


by posted 07/18/2015
High School In-Line Hockey Recap Championship

Kaufman, Falcons soar past Wolves
 
Justin Kaufman provided two goals and one assist in the first period, sparking the Central Falcons to an 8-2 victory over the Vista Wolves as high school varsity ice hockey resumed for the San Diego District Hockey League on July 11 at the Escondido Ice-Plex.
Kaufman and Isaiah Granet each scored unassisted goals before Kaufman assisted on a goal by Granet. When Kaufman netted another unassisted goal, the Falcons had built a 4-0 lead within the first nine minutes of play. Kaufman also assisted on a second-period goal by Jack Rogaski, and Jacob Goldberg scored a pair of unassisted goals to give Central a 7-0 advantage going into the third period.
Ryan Conover added a goal for the Falcons early in the third period before Justin Vickers put Vista on the scoreboard with two late goals. Vickers scored with 8 1/2 minutes remaining off an assist from Jayson Palmer and again unassisted with two minutes left on the clock.
With Central holding a 22-10 advantage in shots on goal, A.J. Maisano was the winning goaltender with eight saves.
 
Tanner Acomb scored two goals and assisted on another to help the Temecula Golden Bears skate to a 4-2 victory over the North Knights in a SDDHL high school varsity ice hockey matchup July 11 at the Ice-Plex. The Golden Bears took a quick 2-0 lead by scoring goals just two minutes apart early in the first period. Acomb scored unassisted, and Jacob Alshammiry found the back of the net with an assist from Joseph Maurer.
The lead was cut in half when Mitchell Moore assisted on a North goal by James Spaargaren, but Acomb countered 3 1/2 minutes later with another unassisted score to give Temecula a 3-1 lead after one period of play.Just over a minute was elapsed in the second period when Acomb assisted on a goal by Maurer to extend the Golden Bears' lead to 4-1. The score remained that way until Spaargaren netted his second goal of the game for the Knights off an assist from Abby Kolek with 25 seconds left in the second period.Neither team scored in the third period, despite 10 shots on goal for each side. Christian Ross was the winning goaltender for Temecula with 18 saves on 20 shots, while North netminder Ian Thompson saved 23 of 27 shots.
 
 Brenden Miller and Cameron Vanbrabant each scored two goals, and Ian Thompson saved all 11 shots he faced as the Carlsbad Lancers skated to a 6-0 triumph over the South East Broncos in a SDDHL high school varsity ice hockey game July 11 at the Ice-Plex.
Miller and Vanbrabant both scored in the first period, with Noah Sharp assisting on the goal by Miller and Peter Jacobs assisting for Vanbrabant two minutes later. Second-period goals by Vanbrabant and Derek McInerney were assisted by Connor Tabone and Stefan Stojanovic, respectively. Carlsbad added to its lead in the third period with goals by Miller unassisted and by Sharp assisted by Tabone.
The Lancers had a 24-11 advantage in shots on goal.
 

Vikings JV takes battle of Carlsbad
 
Patrick O'Donnell set aside all 16 shots that came his way while tending goal, preserving a 6-0 victory for the Carlsbad Vikings JV over the Carlsbad Lancers JV in a San Diego District Hockey League high school junior varsity ice hockey matchup July 11 at Carlsbad IceTown. Alec Cadieux provided a hat trick with three goals at the Vikings' offensive end. Jack Cadieux scored the only goal of the first period for a 1-0 Vikings lead. Brady Walz and Keaton Morehead assisted on a second-period goal by Riley Frost, and Alec Cadieux scored the first of three straight goals to boost the Vikings' lead to 3-0 going into the third period.Alec Cadieux added third-period goals just under two minutes apart. Jace Phillips and Jack Cadiex  provided assists on one goal, and Luke Stengler assisted on the other. Stengler closed out the scoring with 1:12 to play with an unassisted goal.The winners had a 27-16 shots-on-goal advantage.
 
Clayton Moore scored two goals and assisted on two others, pacing the San Marcos Knights JV to a 6-1 win over the Vista Wolves JV in a SDDHL high school junior varsity ice hockey contest July 11 at the Escondido Ice-Plex. Moore assisted on a goal by Jonathan Harcharik early in the first period, and Moore scored later in the period with an assist from Hayden Shoemake. Shoemake added another assist less than a minute into the second period on a goal by Nicholas Johnson. Tyler Gary scored with an assist from Cole Sheridan, and Moore scored again with an assist from Danny Seppanen as the Knights took a 5-0 lead after two periods of play. Vista avoided being shut out on a goal by Michael Katsaros assisted by James Phipps with 9 1/2 minutes to play in the third period. San Marcos closed out the scoring when Moore assisted on a goal by  Shoemake with 18 seconds left to play. The Knights had a 31-13 advantage in shots on goal. Tyler Lee made 12 saves as the winning goaltender for San Marcos.


by posted 07/18/2015
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