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Jr High In-Line Hockey Recap Week 9
07/01/2015
Bae, Baek power East District romp   Joon Bae and Kenneth...
High School In-Line Hockey Recap Week 9
06/30/2015
South District, West District top RB teams   High school varsity...
Jr. High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 7
06/25/2015
Detwiler, Wildcats claw past Bears   Garrett Detwiler scored...
High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 7
06/25/2015
Miller carries Lancers past Knights   Brenden Miller's...
Jr High In-Line Hockey Recap Week 8
06/23/2015
Baek powers East District past Rincon   Kenneth Baek swung...
High School In-Line Hockey Recap Week 8
06/23/2015
Kim's clutch goal boosts Rancho Bernardo Blue   Connor...
Jr. High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 6
06/18/2015
Poindexter sparks Bobcats past Bears   Junior high school...
High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 6
06/18/2015
Spaargaren weaves a Knights' tale   James Spaargaren scored...
Jr High In-Line Hockey Recap Week 7
06/16/2015
Aim is true for Heritage   The shots on goal were even at...
High School In-Line Hockey Recap Week 7
06/16/2015
Groll leads Westview rush past North District   The San Diego...
 
Jr High In-Line Hockey Recap Week 9

Bae, Baek power East District romp
 
Joon Bae and Kenneth Baek combined to score 16 goals as East District rolled to a 20-0 whitewash of Central District when junior high school in-line hockey resumed for the San Diego District Hockey League on June 26 at the Escondido Sports Center. Bae finished with eight goals and two assists, while Baek had eight assists to go with his eight goals for a 16-point game. Kyle Baek and Tyler Boggess accounted for the rest of the East scoring with two goals apiece. Kyle Baek also had three assists, and Boggess and Raven Coker each had a pair of assists. Central District took just six shots on goal while East District had 34 shots.
 
Trailing 4-2 with more than half of the game completed, Mesa Verde erupted for seven unanswered goals to wrap up a 9-4 victory over Rincon in a SDDHL junior high in-line hockey matchup June 26 at the Sports Center. Rincon had a 3-2 lead after one period of play, and when Noe Santos scored his second goal of the game with just under three minutes elapsed in the second period, the Bulldogs had a two-goal advantage. The cushion lasted until there was 6 1/2 minutes remaining in the second period, when the Mesa Verde comeback run began with a goal by Tyler Boggess assisted by Tyler Lee.  Mesa Verde then scored four more goals in the final five minutes of the period. Gavin Lissebeck netted the game-tying goal, and Gregory Litvak scored the go-ahead goal two minutes later on the power play off an assist from Henry Abell. Lisseback assisted on a goal by Abell with two minutes left in the period, and Boggess scored with 41 seconds left off an assist from Lee. Gregory and Lee added third-period goals, with Abell assisting on Lee's goal. Lee also scored a first-period goal and assisted on a first-period goal by Abell. Santos scored two goals for Rincon, Zac Miszkiewicz had one goal and one assist, Matthew Ortega scored one goal, and Sierra Takacs and Aidan Preston each had one assist. Mesa Verde had a 26-14 shots-on-goal advantage, and Andrew Prescott was the winning goaltender with 10 saves.
 
Bryce Mendoza scored two goals, including what proved to be the game-winner early in the third period, as Heritage held on for a 6-5 win for North District in a SDDHL junior high in-line hockey contest June 26 at the Sports Center. Mendoza also assisted on first-period goals by Jesse Coons and Noah Meni, and Joshua Aldridge assisted on a goal by Bryson Cannon as Heritage took a 3-0 lead after one period of play. When Mendoza scored his first goal five minutes into the second period off an assist from Meni, Heritage had a 4-0 advantage. But North District charged back with four consecutive goals. Pasha Bocharov began the comeback by scoring off an assist from Riley Adams just 65 seconds after Mendoza's goal. Andrew Franey and Michael Rhinehart then connected on North's next three goals, with Rhinehart assisting on a Franey goal with 6:35 left in the period before the roles reversed on a goal with 3:17 left. It was Franey netting the game-tying goal off another assist from Rhinehart with just 25 seconds remaining in the period. Heritage went back in front less than two minutes into the third period when Cannon scored for the second time in the game, and Mendoza added his second goal 2 1/2 minutes later for a 6-4 Heritage lead. There was no additional scoring until the final minute of play, when Rhinehart scored a power-play goal with an assist from Adams, but there was only 34 seconds remaining and North could not score the tying goal again. North District had a 22-21 edge in shots on goal. Jordan Coons was the winning goaltender with 17 saves for Heritage.
 
Colton Clapham and A.J. Lee combined for five goals to lead South District to a 6-2 victory over Heritage in a SDDHL junior high in-line hockey game June 26 at the Sports Center. Clapham scored three goals, including two in the first period as South assumed a 4-0 lead. Lee scored with just 10 seconds left in the opening period for the fourth goal, and Lee added another goal with 1:46 left in the second period to counter a Heritage goal by Bryson Cannon. Cannon scored again 4 1/2 minutes into the third period off an assist from Ashton Domi, but Clapham closed out the scoring with just over six minutes remaining with his third goal after an assist from Andrew Steiner. Steiner also scored a first-period goal for the winners, and Jaime San Martin and Colton Grover each had an assist. Isaiah Miller was the winning goaltender with 11 saves for South District, which had a 20-13 advantage in shots on goal.
 
Skate San Diego hosted junior high school in-line hockey on June 27 for the SDDHL, and it was South District scoring early and often while rolling to a 17-1 triumph over Central District. Jaime San Martin scored the first two goals of the game within the opening five minutes and went on to finish with five goals and two assists. Colton Clapham assisted on San Martin's second goal and went on to score four goals and add two more assists. A.J. Lee assisted on the first goal by San Martin and finished with three goals and four assists. Colton Grover scored two goals and assisted on two more for South District, Joel Barraza scored two goals, and Jackson Outlaw added one goal and three assists. The only Central goal was scored with nine minutes left in the third period by Hunter Pinto assisted by Taj Gillin. South had a commanding 43-12 advantage in shots on goal.
 
Junior high in-line hockey action continued June 27 at Skate San Diego as Mesa Verde prevailed for a 10-7 victory over South District behind five goals scored by Henry Abell. Dagin Gregory added two goals and two assists for the winners, Andrew Prescott scored two goals, and Tyler Lee had one goal and two assists. Colton Clapham led South District with four goals, Andrew Steiner had two goals and one assist, Jaime San Martin had one goal and one assist, and A.J. Lee and Phillip Hirman each had one assist.

 


by posted 07/01/2015
High School In-Line Hockey Recap Week 9

South District, West District top RB teams
 
High school varsity in-line hockey competition resumed for the San Diego District Hockey League on June 24 at the Escondido Sports Center, where Sean Green scored the first and last goals of the game to help South District prevail for a 7-5 victory over Rancho Bernardo White. Green scored two first-period goals, both assisted by Ben Goddard. Green's second goal came on the power play and gave South a 4-1 lead with two minutes left in the opening period. Isaiah Frankel scored all five goals for Rancho Bernardo White, and his second goal came with just 14 seconds left in the first period to make it a 4-2 game going into the second period. Frankel scored again early in the second period, but RB White could not score the elusive game-tying goal the rest of the way. Green finished with three goals and one assist for the winners, and Oskari Vakki had a second-period goal and assisted on Green's insurance goal with 1:14 left in the third period for the final margin. Ryan McCulloch, Sam Warrick and Kris Coker scored one goal apiece for the winners, and Autumn Takacs had one assist. Jimmy Musser, Chris White and Brad Larson each had an assist for RB White, which took 15 shots on goal compared to 20 for South District.
 
West District scored twice within the opening four minutes of the first period and went on to post a 5-3 win over Rancho Bernardo Blue as high school varsity in-line hockey action continued June 24 at the Sports Center. Richard White scored unassisted two minutes after the opening face-off, and Brandon Trimble assisted on a goal by Nicholas Shoman just 96 seconds later for a quick 2-0 West lead. Taylor Bosco scored unassisted for Rancho Bernardo Blue with 2:38 left to cut the deficit in half going into the second period. Trimble had two more assists in the second period, both times on goals by Justin Kaufman, who scored just after five minutes into the period and again with just two seconds remaining before the second intermission. Those scores negated an RB Blue goal by Alex Pang assisted by Isaiah Frankel midway through the period. The two teams exchanged goals late in the third period. Jack Rogaski gave West a 5-2 lead with just over 3 1/2 minutes left after accepting Trimble's fourth assist of the contest. Frankel scored for RB Blue off an assist from Pang with two minutes remaining, but West maintained the two-goal advantage down the stretch. West District had the advantage in shots on goal, 19-14. Samantha White was the winning goaltender with 11 saves.

 
Balanced attack carries West District JV
 
High school junior varsity in-line action for the SDDHL shifted on June 27 to Skate San Diego, where West District JV skated to a 6-1 victory over West Hills JV as six different players scored goals for the winning side. Evan Devore and Parker Mitchell scored unassisted goals in the first period to give West District a 2-0 lead. The West squad added four more goals in the second period as Andy Zimmerman, Richard White, Jacob Zeis and Ian Currie all found the back of the net. Mitchell assisted on the goal by Zeis, one of three goals scored by West District in the final two minutes of the period. West Hills avoided being shut out when Alexander Lee scored off an assist from Kiana Cook with 2:15 left in the third period.


by posted 06/30/2015
Jr. High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 7

Detwiler, Wildcats claw past Bears
 
Garrett Detwiler scored three goals and assisted on two others to lead the Oceanside Wildcats to an 8-3 victory over the Escondido Bears in a San Diego District Hockey League contest June 20 at Carlsbad IceTown. Detwiler and Alexandria Currie assisted on Oceanside's first goal by Aidan Dillon four minutes after the opening face-off. Detwiler scored three minutes later with an assist from Wade Breier, and the Wildcats took a 3-0 lead on a Joshua Sibilla goal assisted by Nathan Smith with 1:55 remaining in the opening period.
The Wildcats padded their lead to 5-0 within the first 2 1/2 minutes of the second period. Detwiler assisted on a goal by Michael Medrando just 32 seconds into the period, and Detwiler scored just under two minutes later off an assist from Jin Weckle. William Schneider scored for Escondido with seven minutes left in the period, but Ian Penrod countered for Oceanside 3 1/2 minutes later by scoring off assists from Smith and Sibilla. Schneider scored his second goal for the Bears with 25 seconds left in the period following an assist from Riley Adams, and Adams scored unassisted just 30 seconds into the third period, but Detwiler closed out the scoring with an unassisted goal for the Wildcats with 11:20 remaining in the game. Oceanside had a 23-17 advantage in shots on goal, with winning goaltender Zane Breier making 14 saves.
 
Jake Dempsey scored four goals to lead the South East Bobcats to a 6-3 triumph over the Central Mustangs in a SDDHL junior high ice hockey contest June 20 at the Ice-Plex. Dagin Gregory gave the Mustangs an early lead with his first of two goals, with Kyle Wisback providing an assist. It took just 35 seconds for Cole Sheridan to respond with the tying goal for South East, and Sheridan assisted on Dempsey's first goal with 7 1/2 minutes left in the opening period. Sheridan then scored again with three minutes left off an assist from Hayden Shoemake, giving the Bobcats a 3-1 lead after one period of play. Gregory scored unassisted for the Mustangs six minutes into the second period, but Sheridan fed Dempsey for his third goal for South East with 55 seconds left in the period. The Bobcats boosted their lead with two more goals within the first four minutes of the third period as Taylor Poindexter assisted on Dempsey's fourth goal and Tyler Sheridan assisted on Cole Sheridan's second goal. Matthew Beck added a late goal for the Mustangs. With a 22-17 shots-on-goal advantage, the Bobcats provided an edge for substitute goalkeeper Isaiah Miller, who made 14 saves in the win.


by posted 06/25/2015
High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 7

Miller carries Lancers past Knights
 
Brenden Miller's stick found the back of the net four times, fueling a 5-3 victory for the Carlsbad Lancers over the North Knights as high school varsity ice hockey for the San Diego District Hockey League resumed June 20 at the Escondido Ice-Plex. The two teams were tied at 1-1 after the first period, with Carlsbad scoring early in the period and the Knights scoring late. Just 2:20 was gone in the opening period when Miller zeroed in on the net after accepting an assist from Jonathan Chesney. The score remained 1-0 until North's Mitchell Moore scored off an assist from James Spaargaren with 1:05 remaining in the period. The only score of the second period was another goal by Miller two minutes into the period. Miller needed just 51 seconds of the third period before netting his third goal, this with an assist from Stefan Stojanovic. Peter Jacobs scored just over four minutes later with an assist from Brandon Trimble, and Miller made it a 5-1 game two minutes later with his fourth goal, an unassisted score. The Knights scored twice in the final eight minutes, but it was not enough. Spaargaren netted both goals, with Kris Coker and Joey Ferlatte providing assists. The Lancers had a commanding 32-14 advantage in shots on goal. Winning goaltender Zachary Kalscheur had 11 saves for Carlsbad, while Knights goalie Samantha White was kept busy at her end with 27 saves.

 

Edward Hasell earned a hat trick with three goals to help propel the East Nighthawks to an 8-1 victory over the Vista Wolves in a SDDHL high school varsity ice hockey matchup June 20 at the Ice-Plex. Sena Sadri added one goal and two assists for the winners, while Keisi Takaya, Ryan Lanpheer, Tatu Kunto and London Peters all scored one goal apiece. Brad Larson and Jere Jaakola each dished off two assists. Vista was held scoreless until 4 1/2 minutes left in the third period, when Zach Morel scored a short-handed goal with an assist from Tanner Gates. The Nighthawks doubled up on the Wolves, 34-17, when it came to shots on goal. Sean Kanervisto was the winning goaltender with 16 saves. 


 
Lancers JV fit to be tied, twice
 
Jason Folsom scored with just 70 seconds remaining in the third period, allowing the Vista Wolves JV to come away with a 4-4 tie against the Carlsbad Lancers JV in a San Diego District Hockey League high school junior varsity ice hockey matchup June 20 at Carlsbad IceTown. The two squads skated to a 2-2 deadlock after one period of play. Carlsbad scored early, netting two goals within the opening four minutes of play as Noah Blabac assisted on a goal by Blake Skrable and Ryan Nubling scored unassisted. Vista got on the scoreboard with 5:45 left in the opening period on a goal by Ian Currie assisted by James Phipps, and the Wolves tied the score three minutes later when Phipps scored off an assist from Michael Katsaros. Vista took a 3-2 lead with 4:05 left in the second period when Phipps assisted on a goal by Folsom, but Carlsbad tied it with just 15 seconds left in the period on an unassisted goal by Luke Stengler. The Lancers went ahead with 5:06 left to play in the third period on a goal by Adam Blabac assisted by Hope Stengler, but Folsom took an assist from Isabella Bowman and converted it to the game-tying goal with 1:10 showing on the clock. The Wolves had a 24-21 edge in shots on goal. Carlsbad goaltender Jeffery Miles made 20 saves, while Vista netminder Amanda Ewing had 17 saves.
 
For the second time on the same day, a SDDHL high school junior varsity ice hockey matchup ended in a 4-4 draw, this one between the Carlsbad Lancers JV and the San Marcos Knights JV on June 20 at the Escondido Ice-Plex. The Lancers were also involved in a 4-4 tie against the Vista Wolves earlier in the day at Carlsbad IceTown. Jacob White scored the first three goals of the game to give Carlsbad a 3-0 lead after one period of play. Ryan Nubling assisted on White's second goal, and the other two scores were unassisted. San Marcos netted the only goal of the second period with 2:45 remaining when Clayton Moore scored off an assist from Kyle Clements. The Knights continued to score early in the third period as Clements assisted again on another goal by Moore and Tyler Gray tied the score at 3-3 with an assist from Hayden Shoemake. Carlsbad went ahead again just 50 seconds after Shoemake's goal as Luke Stengler scored off an assist from Adam Blabac with 10:35 left in the third period. The Lancers remained in front until the Clements-to-Moore connection worked again for the Knights, this time for the game-tying goal with just 55 seconds showing on the clock. Carlsbad goaltender Jack Walsh had 24 saves on 28 shots, while San Marcos goalie A.J. Maisano saved 15 of 19 shots.
 
Alec Cadieux scored three goals and assisted on another, pacing the Carlsbad Vikings JV to a 6-4 win over the Escondido Eagles JV in a SDDHL high school junior varsity game June 20 at the Ice-Plex. Cadieux and Bryce Millan each scored unassisted goals within the opening three minutes of play to give Carlsbad a quick 2-0 lead. Giancarlo Hasapopoulos scored for Escondido with 6:40 left in the opening period off an assist from Luke Vanlaeys, but the Vikings countered with an unassisted goal by Luke Stengler with 45 seconds left in the period. Cadieux scored again early in the second period with an assist from Brady Waltz to give Carlsbad a 4-1 lead. Vanlaeys then picked up the pace for Escondido by scoring the game's next three goals. Vanlaeys scored unassisted midway through the second period to cut the Carlsbad lead to 4-2 going into the third period. Anthony Elhardt assisted on a Vanlaeys goal four minutes into the third period, and Tate Murphy had the assist on Vanlaeys' game-tying goal with 9:05 remaining. The tie score lasted just over three minutes before Cadieux assisted on Stengler's second goal of the game, and Cadieux added an insurance goal unassisted with 2:40 to play. Carlsbad had a 31-14 advantage in shots on goal. Winning goaltender Patrick O'Donnell needed just 10 saves for the Vikings' victory.

 

 


by posted 06/25/2015
Jr High In-Line Hockey Recap Week 8

Baek powers East District past Rincon
 
Kenneth Baek swung a hot stick that produced five goals, leading East District to a 9-3 win over Rincon in a San Diego District Hockey League junior high school in-line hockey matchup June 19 at the Escondido Sports Center. It was Rincon scoring first just after one minute of play, but Baek tied the game with his first goal with just under five minutes elapsed in the first period. Baek's goal started a run of seven unanswered goals for East District, which built a 7-1 lead after two periods of play. Maverick Wampler added two goals and one assist for the East squad, Kyle Baek had one goal and three assists, and Cocoa Bradley had one goal and two assists. Rincon goals were scored by Noe Santos in the first period and by Zac Miszkiewicz and Jarrod Kearns in the third period. East had a 24-20 advantage in shots on goal, and Jordan Coons was the winning goaltender with 17 saves.
 
Junior high school in-line hockey action continued for the SDDHL on June 19 at the Sports Center, where Gavin Lissebeck scored three goals and Mesa Verde held on for a 6-5 victory over South District. Isaiah Miller scored two first-period goals to give South an early 2-0 lead, but Mesa Verde responded with five unanswered goals for a 5-2 lead late in the second period. Dagin Gregory and Lissebeck each scored two goals during the run, Tyler Boggess scored one goal, and Matia Isakovic and Boggess had assists on Lissebeck's two goals. Jaime San Martin stopped the Mesa Verde run by scoring a South goal with 15 seconds left in the second period, but Lissebeck scored again for Mesa Verde in the opening minute of the third period off an assist from Isakovic. South scored again on two more goals by Miller with 12 1/2 minutes left and with 2:39 left, but the game-tying goal proved to be elusive for the South squad. Mesa Verde prevailed despite having five fewer shots on goal, 21-16.


by posted 06/23/2015
High School In-Line Hockey Recap Week 8

Kim's clutch goal boosts Rancho Bernardo Blue
 
Connor Kim scored his second goal of the game with just 42 seconds remaining in the third period, lifting Rancho Bernardo Blue to a 5-4 victory over Rancho Bernardo White as high school varsity in-line hockey continued June 17 for the San Diego District Hockey League at the Escondido Sports Center. The two teams exchanged goals during a 1-1 first period as Alex Pang scored unassisted for Rancho Bernardo Blue with just under five minutes remaining in the period, and Brad Larson scored two minutes later for Rancho Bernardo White off an assist from Isaiah Frankel. Larson and Frankel connected again for the only goal of the second period, with Larson finding the back of the net midway through the period for a 2-1 RB White lead. RB Blue responded with two goals within the first six minutes of the third period to reclaim the lead. Kim scored with an assist from Jakob Ogan, and Kim then assisted on a goal by Niklas Thomas. Larson netted his third goal of the game for RB White less than a minute after the goal by Thomas, tying the score at 3-3. RB Blue took the lead again with 3:21 remaining on a goal by Thomas assisted by Pang, but RB White countered again with an unassisted goal by Frankel to knot the score at 4-4 with 2:40 left on the clock. After being tied four times, the game turned on Kim's unassisted goal in the final minute of play as RB Blue prevailed despite being out-shot, 27-18. Ogan was the winning goaltender with 23 saves. 
 
West District overcame a two-goal deficit with three unanswered goals in the final 11 minutes of play, resulting in a 7-6 victory over North District in a SDDHL high school varsity in-line hockey contest June 17 at the Sports Center. The two teams skated to a 2-2 tie after one period of play. West District netted a pair of early goals, with Colin Garvey scoring off an assist from Jack Rogaski 2 1/2 minutes after the opening face-off, and Rogaski assisting on a goal by Tyler Lee just three minutes later. North District responded with a pair of goals by Ryan McCulloch scored just 67 seconds apart. Kris Coker assisted on the first goal, and Jacob Chatton had the assist on McCulloch's second tally.  Rogaski broke the tie with an unassisted goal for West just 53 seconds into the second period, but McCulloch went to work again with two more goals, tying the score with 9:30 left in the period off an assist from Ryan Robinson, and putting North ahead four minutes later with an assist from Sean Green. Garvey scored again for the West squad, but McCulloch scored his fifth goal of the game with three minutes left in the period as North assumed a 5-4 lead going into the third period. McCulloch assisted on a goal by Green just 40 seconds into the third period to boost the North lead to 6-4. The West rally began with Garvey scoring unassisted with 10:55 remaining in regulation time. Just under two minutes later, Rogaski scored his second goal with an assist from Lee to tie the game at 6-6. The score remained deadlocked for more than seven minutes until Garvey netted his fourth goal of the game with an assist from Matia Isakovic with 1:42 remaining in the third period. North District had a 20-18 edge in shots on goal for the game. Samantha White was in goal for West District to make 14 saves.
 
 
North JV stifles West JV
 
North District JV allowed West District JV to take just five shots on goal while the North offense was clicking for a 13-1 victory in a San Diego District Hockey League high school junior varsity in-line hockey matchup June 17 at the Sports Center. Mathias Forsyth scored three first-period goals and finished with six goals and one assist for the North squad. Grayson Moller assisted on the first goal of the game by Tanner Stephan three minutes into the first period, and Moller went on to score four consecutive goals in the second period before finishing with five goals and four assists. Stephan also scored North's final goal in the final minute of the third period, and Nathan Pew had an assist on Moller's fourth goal. West District avoided being shut out when Noah Meni scored unassisted with four minutes remaining in the third period. North District took 27 shots on goal.

 


by posted 06/23/2015
Jr. High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 6

Poindexter sparks Bobcats past Bears
 
Junior high school ice hockey for the San Diego District Hockey League resumed June 13 at the Escondido Ice-Plex, where Taylor Poindexter scored three goals and assisted on two others to lead the South East Bobcats to an 8-3 victory over the Escondido Bears. Poindexter netted here first goal just over a minute into the contest after accepting an assist from Nicholas Johnson, but Escondido bounced back with two goals scored 2 1/2 minutes apart to take a 2-1 lead. Jacob Smith scored with an assist from Raven Coker, and Riley Adams scored off an assist from James Coker. The Bears' lead lasted less than two minutes before Poindexter assisted on the game-tying goal by Trevor Wirth. The 2-2 tie lasted just over two minutes before Jake Dempsey scored unassisted to give the Bobcats the lead for good. The South East run of six unanswered goals was continued with 44 seconds remaining in the opening period when Poindexter and Daniel Sabater assisted on a goal by Johnson to give the Bobcats a 4-2 advantage after one period of play. Poindexter and Sabater scored second-period goals 55 seconds apart and South East cruised from there. Dempsey finished with two goals and one assist, Sabater had one goal and three assists, Johnson had one goal and one assist, Wirth had one goal, and Austin Pacewic had one assist. Pasha Bocharov scored a third-period goal for Escondido with assists from Smith and Johnny Mock. The Bobcats had a 26-15 advantage in shots on goal, and winning goaltender Jose Godina tended the nets with 12 saves.
 
A pair of SDDHL junior high ice hockey teams divided up 14 goals evenly on June 13 at the Ice-Plex, resulting in a 7-7 deadlock between the Temecula Jr. Golden Bears and the Central Mustangs. After skating to a 1-1 tie through one period of play, the two squads swapped 4-2 advantages in the second and third periods. The Jr. Golden Bears scored four-second period goals and the first two goals of the third period for a 7-3 lead, but Central stormed back with four unanswered goals in the final 5:55 of play. Max Chu ignited the third period comeback for the Mustangs by scoring goals just 38 seconds apart with assists from Brandon Raimo and Blake Branon, respectively. Ryan Beck scored unassisted less than a minute later, and Chu netted the game-tying goal with 2:25 remaining off an assist from Ryan Wisbach. Chu added an assist to go with his three goals for the Mustangs, Lucas Buu-Hoan scored two goals, Matthew Beck had one goal and one assist, Wisbach finished with two assists, and Raimo, Branon and Hank Rogaski each had one assist. Daniel Sabater led the Jr. Golden Bears with three goals and two assists, Trevor Wirth added two goals and one assist, Kevin Comer and Joshua Ewing scored one goal apiece, and Cabe Comer and Victor Sabater each had one assist.
Temecula had a 20-13 shots-on-goal advantage.
 
Trailing 4-2 with eight minutes elapsed in the second period, the Escondido Bears erupted for seven unanswered goals to skate away with a 9-4 triumph over the Oceanside Wildcats in a SDDHL junior high ice hockey matchup June 14 at the Ice-Plex. William Schneider scored three goals and assisted on two others for the Bears, and it was Schneider's second goal that tied the game at 4-4 with 3:21 left in the second period. Jackson Poynter scored two goals, including the go-ahead score just 24 seconds after Schneider tied the game. Jacob Smith had two goals and two assists, Riley Adams had one goal and three assists, James Martin had one goal and one assist, Abel Martinez had four assists, and Pasha Bocharov and Joshua Martinez each had one assist.  Garrett Detwiler had two goals and one assist for the Wildcats, Joshua Sibilla had one goal and one assist, Ian Penrod scored one goal, Wade Breier had two assists, and Caiden Costello, Nathan Smith, Aidan Dillon and Jin Weckle each had one assist. The Bears took seven more shots on goal, 20-13.
 
For the second time in as many days, two SDDHL junior high ice hockey squads skated to a stalemate as the Central Mustangs and Escondido Bears were knotted up at 4-4 when the final horn sounded for their matchup on June 14 at the Ice-Plex. It was the second tie of the weekend for the Mustangs. William Schneider scored three goals for the Bears, including the final goal of the game that tied the score with 5:01 left in the third period off an assist from Pasha Bocharov. Reese Tiffany scored a second-period goal for Escondido with assists from Jacob Smith and Riley Adams, and Jackson Poynter assisted on Schneider's second goal early in the third period. Central goals were scored by Brandon Raimo, Blake Branon, Lucas Buu-Hoan and Dagin Gregory. Assists were provided by Kyle Wisbach, Ryan Wisbach and Luke Rogaski. The shots-on-goal line was just as even as the score, with each team taking 17 shots. Bears goaltender John Mountain and Mustangs goalie James Coker each had 13 saves.
 

 

For the second time on the same June 14 morning at the Ice-Plex, fours were wild as the Temecula Jr. Golden Bears and South East Bobcats skated to a 4-4 tie in a SDDHL junior high ice hockey contest. It was the third tie game of the weekend in the junior high division and the second of the weekend for the Jr. Golden Bears. Britton Nameth scored two goals for Temecula, and it was Nameth's second goal that gave the Jr. Golden Bears a 4-3 lead with 5:51 remaining in the third period. That lead lasted a mere 21 seconds before Garrett Detwiler tied the score for South East off an assist from Taylor Poindexter. There was no additional scoring over the final 5 1/2 minutes of the game. Joshua Ewing and Thomas O'Malley scored one goal apiece for Temecula, and Dawson Vanlaeys had one assist. Cole Sheridan scored two goals for South East, both assisted by Tyler Sheridan and Poindexter. Jake Dempsey and Detwiler scored one goal apiece for the Bobcats, who had an 18-11 advantage in shots on goal.

 


by posted 06/18/2015
High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 6

Spaargaren weaves a Knights' tale
 
James Spaargaren scored his third goal of the game with 6:04 remaining in regulation time, breaking a 4-4 tie and lifting the North Knights to a 5-4 victory over the Temecula Golden Bears as high school varsity ice hockey resumed June 13 for the San Diego District Hockey League. Temecula opened the scoring just 38 seconds into the contest at the Escondido Ice-Plex when Benjamin Palmer and Mikey Segura assisted on a goal by Daniel Reich. The Knights responded with four unanswered goals over the final 11:35 of the opening period. Spaargaren ignited the rally by assisting on a goal by Abby Kolek, and Spaargaren netted the go-ahead goal four minutes later with assists from Henry Haroldson and Joey Ferlatte. Kolek scored again unassisted just 33 seconds after Spaargaren's first goal, and Spaargaren got in on the scoring act again by scoring an unassisted goal with 1:05 left in the period for a 4-1 North lead. Temecula battled back, beginning with a goal by Tanner Acomb assisted by Segura with 6:19 gone in the second period. Reich netted his second goal of the game with just over two minutes remaining in the second period off an assist from Christopher Snider, and Snider tied the score at 4-4 just 2:40 into the third period with an unassisted goal. Just over eight minutes later, Haroldson and Ferlatte provided the assist connection again, leading to the game-winning goal by Spaargaren. There was no further scoring the rest of the way as North goaltender Ian Thompson finished with 28 saves on 32 shots for the victory.
 
The Central Falcons overcame a 3-1 deficit by scoring four unanswered goals, resulting in a 5-4 win over the Vista Wolves in a SDDHL high school varsity ice hockey game June 13 at the Ice-Plex. Isaiah Granet opened the scoring 10 minutes into the contest with a Falcons goal assisted by Benjamin Deckhut, but Vista countered with the game's next three goals, including two by Liam Faughnan. Zach Morel and Connor Wyatt assisted on Faughnan's first goal, which tied the game at 1-1 with four minutes remaining in the first period.   Jon Weckle scored unassisted to give Vista the lead five minutes into the second period, and Faughnan scored again with just under six minutes to play in the period with Wyatt and Justin Vickers assisting on the power-play goal. The Wolves maintained their 3-1 lead until the final minute of the second period, when P.J. Smigliani found the back of the net for the Falcons with 44 seconds showing on the clock after an assist from Granet. Smigliani had his stick on the next three goals as well, assisting on a goal by Samuel Deckhut with 10:18 left in the third period before scoring a pair of unassisted goals just two minutes apart. Smigliani's third goal of the game, coming with 6:59 remaining, proved to be the game-winner when Morel scored for Vista with 1:32 left on the clock. The Falcons had a 23-17 advantage in shots on goal. Central's Valentino Colella was the winning goaltender with 13 saves, while Vista goalie Samantha White had 18 saves on 23 shots.
 
The Central Falcons scored their second SDDHL win of the weekend when they skated to a 4-1 triumph over the North Knights in high school varsity ice hockey action June 14 at the Ice-Plex. Following a scoreless first period, the Falcons scored 4 1/2 minutes into the second period on a goal by Andy Zimmerman assisted by Samuel Deckhut and P.J. Smigliani. Central scored again eight minutes later on a goal by Justin Kaufman assisted by Smigliani and Benjamin Deckhut. The Knights got on the scoreboard just 52 seconds after Kaufman's goal as Mitchell Moore scored with an assist from Kris Coker, but Central added two more goals in the third period to wrap up the win. Jack Rogaski scored just over five minutes into the third period with an assist from Isaiah Granet, and Kaufman netted his second goal of the game with just under four minutes to play off assists from Benjamin Deckhut and Smigliani. With his team having a 24-13 advantage in shots on goal, Falcons goaltender Valentino Colella earned his second win in as many days with 12 saves. Knights goalie Ian Thompson made 20 saves.
 

 

Edward Hasell assisted on the first and last goals of the game and scored three goals in between, leading the East Nighthawks to a 7-2 victory over the Carlsbad Lancers in a SDDHL high school varsity ice hockey matchup June 14 at the Ice-Plex. Hasell assisted on a goal by Ryan Lanpheer just under three minutes into the contest, but Carlsbad's Connor Tabone scored unassisted a littler more than five minutes later as the two teams skated to a 1-1 tie after one period of play. The Nighthawks outscored Carlsbad 3-0 in the second period. Kristopher Carter scored early in the period with an assist from Lanpheer, and Hasell netted two goals just over a minute apart, the first assisted by London Peters and Shaun Simmons and the second assisted by Cole Parker.  Peter Jacobs scored for Carlsbad early in the third period with assists from Tabone and Addison Azar, but the Nighthawks sealed the outcome with three goals in the final 6 1/2 minutes. Hasell scored his third goal with an assist from Tatu Kunto, Peters scored off an assist from Keisi Takaya, and Kunto scored with assists from Jere Jaakkola and Hasell. East had the advantage in shots on goal, 18-12.
 
Cade Frederick scored three goals to help his team stake a 5-0 lead, and the South East Broncos withstood a rally by the Vista Wolves to post a 6-4 victory in a SDDHL high school varsity ice hockey matchup June 14 at the Ice-Plex. Frederick scored unassisted and Gage Turnbow scored with an assist from Adam Foster as the Broncos assumed a 2-0 lead after one period of play. Frederick scored two more goals within the first 5 1/2 minutes of the second period, with Foster providing another assist on Frederick's goal just 59 seconds into the period. Isaac Miller made it a 5-0 game with 3:41 left in the period with a goal assisted by Charlie Tomlin.
Vista got on the scoreboard with 37 seconds left in the second period on a goal by Jon Weckle assisted by Brennan Leahey, and the Wolves cut further into the Broncos' lead with two goals by Tyler Boonstra just 52 seconds apart early in the third period, the first assisted by Morel and the second assisted by Morel and Cameron Rorick. Charlie Pape scored an unassisted goal for the Broncos with 8:42 remaining, negating a late goal by Boonstra with just 1:31 left on the clock. Morel assisted on the final goal, giving him five assists for the game. The Broncos had a 22-13 shots-on-goal advantage.

 


In need of a Shoman, Eagles JV rallies late
 
Trailing by two goals after one period of play, the Escondido Eagles JV cranked up the offensive push with 29 shots on goal over the final two periods, leading to a 3-2 victory over the Carlsbad Lancers JV in a San Diego District Hockey League high school junior varsity ice hockey matchup June 13 at Carlsbad IceTown. Nicholas Shoman scored two goals for the Eagles, including the game-winning tally in the final minute of play. Carlsbad took the initiative in the opening period, scoring on goals by Jacob White assisted by Blake Skrable and Noah Blabac, and by Skrable unassisted. The score remained 2-0 in favor of the Lancers until late in the second period, when Escondido got on the scoreboard courtesy of a goal by Shoman assisted by Oskari Vakki. Brett Kaufman netted the game-tying goal for the Eagles with 5:21 remaining in the third period. The game-winner came with 51 seconds to play when Niklas Thomas and Laurent Lee provided the assist connection for Shoman's decisive goal. Escondido finished with 40 shots on goal, keeping Lancers goaltender Jack Walsh busy with 37 saves. Eagles netminder Nicolas Pini was on the winning end with 15 saves on 17 shots.
 
A game that was knotted up at 1-1 after one period of play became a rout as the Carlsbad Vikings JV scored five goals in both the second and third periods for an 11-1 victory over the Vista Wolves JV in a SDDHL high school junior varsity ice hockey contest June 13 at Carlsbad IceTown. Bryce Millan opened the scoring for Carlsbad midway through the first period with a goal assisted by Keaton Morehead. Vista responded by tying the score with 2:08 left in the period on a power-play goal by Michael Katsaros following an interference penalty called against the Vikings. The rest of the game belonged to Carlsbad, beginning early in the second period when Alec Cadieux scored goals just two minutes apart. The first goal by Cadieux was unassisted, and the second was assisted by Jace Phillips, who scored the Vikings' next goal. The goal by Phillips was assisted by Alexandra Bye and Cadieux, who went on to finish with three goals and one assist. Millan also finished with three goals, Jack Cadieux and Corey Miller each had one goal and one assist, Riley Frost and Patrick Gallavan each scored one goal, Bye finished with three assists, Morehead finished with two assists, and Luke Stengler had one assist. The Vikings had a 31-16 advantage in shots on goal. Patrick O'Donnell was the winning goaltender with 15 saves for Carlsbad.
 
Nicholas Shoman scored his second game-winning goal in as many games, propelling the Escondido Eagles JV to a 4-3 victory over the San Marcos Knights JV as high school junior varsity ice hockey action shifted to the Escondido Ice-Plex on June 14. Shoman netted his first of three goals midway through the first period, setting off a flurry of scoring over the final 8 1/2 minutes of the period. Oskari Vakki assisted on Shoman's goal, and the Eagles scored again less than two minutes later on a goal by Brett Kaufman assisted by Luke Vanlaeys. It took less than two minutes again for the next score, this one a San Marcos goal by Hayden Shoemake assisted by Kyle Kelly and Clayton Moore. Escondido scored again just 58 seconds after Shoemake's goal as Shoman found the back of the net again with another assist from Vakki. The Knights responded by scoring with 1:36 remaining in the period on a goal by Kelly assisted by Cole Sheridan. The score remained 3-2 well into the second period, and San Marcos netted the game-tying goal when Moore scored unassisted with 2:17 left in the period. The 3-3 deadlock lasted five minutes into the third period, when Tate Murphy assisted Shoman on what proved to be the game-winner as there was no additional scoring the rest of the way. Escondido goaltender Nicolas Pini kept San Marcos out of the nets in the third period, when he made eight of his 17 saves. San Marcos goalie Amanda Ewing saved 18 of 22 shots.
 
Adam Blabac earned a hat trick by scoring three goals to lead the Carlsbad Lancers JV to a 4-1 victory over the Vista Wolves JV in a SDDHL high school junior varsity ice hockey matchup June 14 at the Ice-Plex. Vista took a 1-0 lead just over three minutes into the contest with a goal by Brennan Rupp assisted by James Phipps. Blabac tied the score with his first goal, which was unassisted with five minutes remaining in the opening period. Blake Skrable scored the go-ahead goal unassisted in the opening minute of the second period. Blabac added two more goals in the final five minutes of the third period, with Scot Wade providing an assist on Blabac's second goal of the game. Winning goaltender Jack Walsh set aside 13 of 14 shots as the Lancers had a 20-14 advantage in shots on goal.

 


by posted 06/18/2015
Jr High In-Line Hockey Recap Week 7

Aim is true for Heritage
 
The shots on goal were even at 20-20, but it was Heritage's shots that were on target for an 8-2 victory over East District as junior high in-line hockey for the San Diego District Hockey League resumed June 12 at the Escondido Sports Center. Bryce Mendoza had his stick on all but two of his team's scores as he netted five goals and assisted on another for Heritage, which skated to a 4-0 lead in the first period and never looked back. Bryson Cannon started the scoring with a goal just 33 seconds after the opening face-off, and Cannon assisted on Mendoza's first goal just 59 seconds later. Cannon also assisted on a third-period score by Coral Bradley, who added two goals for the winners. Charlotte Gott chipped in with two assists. East District scored two goals early in the second period, including a goal by Kenneth Baek assisted by Joon Bae and an unassisted goal by Tyler Lee, but that was the only scoring allowed by Heritage goaltender Jordan Coons, who made 18 saves in the victory.
 
Andrew Franey scored three goals and assisted on two more to pace North District to an 8-5 victory over Rincon in a SDDHL junior high in-line hockey game June 12 at the Sports Center. Pasha Bocharov added two goals and one assist for the winners, Michael Rhinehart had one goal and two assists, and Riley Adams and Austin Hayes scored one goal apiece. Noe Santos had two goals and one assist for Rincon, Jerrod Kearns, Matthew Ortega and Morgan Jaquess each scored one goal, while Zac Miszkiewicz provided two assists. North had a 24-23 edge in shots on goal, and James Coker was the winning goaltender with 18 saves.
 
Junior high school in-line hockey continued for the SDDHL on June 12 with Tyler Lee scoring his team's first four goals to ignite Mesa Verde to a 7-4 victory over Central District at the Sports Center. Lee scored in the second minute of play and again in the final minute of the first period, with both goals being assisted by Dagin Gregory. In between, Central scored a pair of goals as Bennett Park netted a power-play goal off an assist from Kyle Baek, and Ken Baek scored with an assist from Ian Martin. With the two teams tied at 2-2 going into the second period, Central took the lead with just 1:20 elapsed in the period on an unassisted goal by Martin. The score remained 3-2 until the final two minutes of the period, when Lee found the back of the net for the third time with an assist from Henry Abell to tie the score again. Lee then scored again just 82 seconds later for the go-ahead goal with an assist from Christopher Ritchie. The third period remained scoreless for nearly 11 minutes until Abell scored an unassisted goal to give Mesa Verde a two-goal lead. Kyle Baek scored for Central with 2:43 remaining to close the deficit to one goal, but Mesa Verde clinched the victory with goals in the final 1:21 by Matia Isakovic assisted by Tyler Boggess and by Gregory unassisted. Mesa Verde had the advantage in shots on goal by a 17-11 margin. 
 
South District scored twice within the first 3 1/2 minutes of action and rolled to a 14-2 victory over North District in a SDDHL junior high in-line contest June 12 at the Sports Center. A.J. Lee and Andrew Steiner scored three goals apiece for South District. It was Lee who opened the scoring with just under two minutes elapsed in the first period with a goal assisted by Colton Clapham, who went on to score goals in the first and second periods before assisting on another Lee goal in the third period. Colton Grover scored South's second goal with an assist from Jackson Outlaw, and Grover also assisted on the second of two third-period goals by Outlaw. Jamie San Martin added two goals and one assist, Isaiah Miller had one goal and two assists, and Phillip Herman had two assists. Andrew Franey scored both North goals in the second period, each with an assist from Michael Rhinehart. The South squad had a 29-12 advantage in shots on goal, with winning goaltender Issac Laddon making 10 saves.
 
Junior high school in-line hockey for the SDDHL shifted on June 13 to Skate San Diego, where South District peppered the pipes with 44 shots on goal en route to an 11-3 victory over East District. It was the second win in as many days for South District. Jackson Outlaw had a third-period hat trick by scoring three of his four goals in the third stanza, when the South squad iced the outcome with five goals. Andrew Steiner scored South's first goal midway through the first period, and he went on to score additional goals in the second and third periods for a hat trick of his own. A.J. Lee added two goals and three assists for the winners, Colton Clapham scored two goals, and Jamie San Martin, Colton Grover and Cole Thorpe each had one assist. Wyatt Crudale scored two goals for East District. The East squad had 19 shots on goal, 16 of which were saved by South goalie Issac Laddon.


by posted 06/16/2015
High School In-Line Hockey Recap Week 7

Groll leads Westview rush past North District
 
The San Diego District Hockey League resumed its high school varsity in-line hockey season June 10 at the Escondido Sports Center, where Josh Groll scored three goals and assisted on two others to lead Westview to a 6-3 victory over North District. The game was tied at 3-3 after North District's Ryan McCulloch netted a goal off an assist from Sam Warrick with just 2:24 remaining in the third period. Westview responded by scoring three goals in the final two minutes of play to secure the victory. Reed Harbison scored his second goal of the game with 1:53 left in regulation time after an assist from Adam Cummings to break the tie for Westview. Groll scored an unassisted goal 38 seconds later, and he then assisted on the final goal by Jacob Groll with seven seconds left on the clock to sew up the victory. Laurent Lee contributed an assist for the winners, who came out on the winning end despite being out-shot, 25-22. Grigory Oleynichenko collected 22 saves as the winning goaltender for the Wolverines.
 
The second period proved to the pivotal in a SDDHL high school varsity in-line hockey matchup June 10 at the Sports Center, as Rancho Bernardo White had a 15-5 shots-on-goal advantage and outscored its rival 4-0 on the way to a 7-5 win over Rancho Bernardo Blue. Trailing 2-1 going into the second period, RB White tied the score 5 1/2 minutes into the period when Isaiah Frankel assisted on a goal by Matt Holmes. Chris White scored unassisted 65 seconds later to break the tie, and Frankel scored unassisted 2 1/2 minutes later. James Musser assisted on a goal my Holmes just over two minutes later to complete the 4-0 run. Frankel added a third-period goal with an assist from Keigo Hachisuka. Brad Larson, who netted his team's first goal in the first period, closed out the scoring with his second goal with seven seconds remaining in the third period. Oliver Routh scored two first-period goals for RB Blue. Alex Pang assisted on both goals and finished with one goal and four assists. Brendan O'Rourke, Pang and Conner Kim scored third-period goals for RB Blue, with Kim's goal assisted by Pang closing the score to 6-5 with 1:22 to play before Larson iced the contest with his clinching goal. Niklas Thomas and Kim also had one assist apiece for RB Blue. The winners finished with a 24-17 advantage in shots on goal. Jakob Ogan was the winning goaltender with 12 saves.

 
North District JV overcomes West Hills
 
High school junior varsity in-line hockey took to the rink at Skate San Diego on June 13 for the San Diego District Hockey League, and it was North District JV scoring the last three goals of the game for a 4-2 victory over West Hills JV. Mathias Forsyth and Shyla Bradley provided the winning connection after the score was knotted at 2-2 with 5:21 left in the second period courtesy of a power-play goal by North's Nathan Pew. Forsyth scored just over three minutes later off an assist from Bradley to give North a 3-2 lead going into the third period.  Forsyth added an insurance goal, again with an assist from Bradley, just 73 seconds into the third period. There was no additional scoring the rest of the way as North goaltender Ben Smiljkovich kept West Hills out of the nets the final 35 minutes and 48 seconds of the contest and finished with 24 saves. Bradley gave North District an early lead with an unassisted goal just 24 seconds into the game. West Hills responded with two first-period goals barely two minutes apart as William Hamilton scored off an assist from Cole Tyler before Hamilton assisted on a goal by Kiana Cook. The Wolf Pack, however, could not get any more of its 26 shots past Smiljkovich.


by posted 06/16/2015
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