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PAC-8 Recruiting Camp

PAC-8 Ice Hockey Recruiting Camp

June 15th – 19th

The San Diego District Hockey league is proud to partner with the PAC-8 Hockey Conference to present the 2nd Annual Recruiting Camp at South Lake Tahoe Ice Arena

 

Open to all High school players only (grades 9-12) Non-player/parent are also invited to participate.

 

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College Liaison: Carolina Cardenas

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2016 Summer Ice Season

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 In our 4th year, we are excited to announce that registration is open for our 2016 summer ice season. This summer we are offering 16-22 games with an All-star game, Double elimination Playoffs and a Best-of-three Championship series for all divisions.
 

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Important Dates

  • March 17th-21st - Placements
  • April 2nd & 9th Preseason
  • April 16th - Regular Season Starts
  • June-July - Playoffs & Championships

 

Season Details

  • Summer season 16 - 22 games
  • 2 preseason games
  • 12 regular season games & practices
  • Playoffs & Championship

Placements Details

North District - Ice-Plex

  • Jr. High - 6:00pm - Fri March 18th
  • Jr. Varsity - 7:15pm - Fri March 18th
  • Varsity - 8:30pm- Fri March 18th

West District - Icetown Carlsbad

  • Jr. High - 2:20pm - Sat March 19th
  • Jr. Varsity - 3:30pm - Sat March 19th
  • Varsity - 4:30pm - Sat March 19th

East & Central District - Poway Ice

  • Jr. High - 5:30pm - Sat March 19th
  • Jr. Varsity - 7:10pm - Mon March 21st
  • Varsity - 7:10pm - Mon March 21st

South District - Poway Ice

  • Jr. High - 5:30pm - Sat March 19th
  • Jr. Varsity - 7:10pm - Mon March 21st
  • Varsity - 7:10pm - Mon March 21st

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High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 14
02/08/2016
Netminder gets in on Poway scoring act   Goalkeeper Grigory...
Jr High In-Line Hockey Recap Week 3
02/08/2016
North District survives Bear Valley rally   Aidan MacDonnell...
High School In-Line Hockey Recap Week 3
02/08/2016
Phipps, Morel pace Vista past Carlsbad   High school...
Jr. High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 13
01/31/2016
Pinto beats the clock to lift North District   Hunter...
High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 13
01/31/2016
Poway's Avila keeps Wolves at bay   Issaah Avila was a...
Jr High In-Line Hockey Recap Week 2
01/31/2016
Bear Valley claws back to bully Roosevelt Bear Valley overcame...
High School In-Line Hockey Recap Week 2
01/31/2016
Temecula breaks out for win over SP  Temecula Varsity broke...
 
High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 14

Netminder gets in on Poway scoring act

 

Goalkeeper Grigory Oleynichenko came out of the net to score three goals in a 5 1/2-minute span of the second period, helping Poway skate to a 14-3 romp over the Ice Dogs in high school varsity ice hockey action for the San Diego District Hockey League on Jan. 30 at Carlsbad IceTown. It was the Ice Dogs who scored first on a Kevin Kerns goal just over two minutes after the opening face-off, but Poway netted the game's next 11 goals before the Ice Dogs scored again late in the second period. Matt Voegel scored two goals within the opening seven minutes for Poway, Ryan Lampheer added two goals and three assists, Keigo Hachisuka and Keisi Takaya each had two goals and one assist, Laurent Lee had one goal and three assists, Ben Jessie had one goal and two assists, and Nick Thomas scored one goal. Kerns assisted on a goal by Brandon Lovely-Rios late in the second period, and Caleb Speer scored early in the third period to account for the balance of the Ice Dogs scoring.

 

Nicholas Deckhut had a hat trick by scoring three goals to lead the Wolves to a 7-2 win over the Heat in a SDDHL high school varsity ice hockey contest Jan. 30 at Carlsbad IceTown. The Wolves scored three goals less than three minutes apart early in the first period to take command. Jonathon Chesney scored with an assist from Brendan Miller, Deckhut scored with assists from Ryan Miller and Braden Zegras, and Cameron Vanbrabant scored with an assist from Chesney for a 3-0 Wolves lead with just under six minutes elapsed in the first period. The Heat got on the scoreboard with an unassisted goal by Arnak Yayloyan, but the Wolves responded by scoring twice in the final two minutes of the first period on goals by Deckhut assisted by Zegras, and by Nicholas Detwiler assisted by Miller. Two goals early in the second period scored just 81 seconds apart sealed the deal for the Wolves. Deckhut netted his third goal unassisted, and Miller collected his third assist of the game on a goal by Aleksi Stojanovic. The Heat could not score again until the final minute of the third period, when Gabriel Caldito netted an unassisted goal. Samantha White was the winning goaltender for the Wolves.


 

Ewing, North District stifles Oceanside JV

 

Amanda Ewing stopped all but one of the 16 shots she faced to help preserve a 6-1 victory for North District JV over Oceanside JV in a San Diego District Hockey League high school junior varsity contest Jan. 30 at the Poway Ice Arena. Joey Mendoza and Ari Rotell provided the offensive power for North District. Mendoza scored the first two goals of the contest within a span of 52 seconds early in the first period. Kyle Kelly countered with an Oceanside goal to cut the North lead to 2-1 going into the second period, but Rotell took over from there by scoring the game's next four goals, the first of which was assisted by Mendoza five minutes into the second period. North District finished with a 20-16 advantage in shots on goal, and Ewing was 10-for-10 on saves over the final two periods for a total of 15 saves.


by posted 02/08/2016
Jr High In-Line Hockey Recap Week 3

North District survives Bear Valley rally

 

Aidan MacDonnell found the back of the net with just four seconds to spare, lifting North District to a dramatic 7-6 victory over Bear Valley in a San Diego District Hockey League junior high school in-line hockey matchup Jan. 29 at the Escondido Sports Center. MacDonnell netted the game-winning goal shortly after Michael Rhinehart tied the score with a pair of goals just 21 seconds apart for Bear Valley, which erased a 6-3 deficit in the final five minutes of the third period to tie the score with 1:31 remaining in regulation time. MacDonnell and Noe Santos each had two goals and one assist for the winners, while Conner Jaquess, Morgan Jaquess and Spencer Milanowksi scored one goal apiece. Zac Miszkiewicz added one assist. Rhinehart finished with three goals and two assists for Bear Valley, Bryson Cannon had two goals and one assist, and Lucas Ponde de Leon scored one goal. North District finished with a 22-19 edge in shots on goal.

 

Tyler Lee scored four goals, including three in the third period, to help power Mesa Verde to a 9-2 triumph over East in a SDDHL junior high in-line hockey contest Jan. 29 at the Sports Center. Ethan Kihrt added three goals for the winners, who took a 3-0 first-period, lead and never looked back. Dagin Gregory had one goal and one assist, Christopher Ritchie scored one goal, and Henry Abell provided two assists. Andrew Steiner scored a pair of second-period goals for East. Mesa Verde had a 22-14 advantage in shots on goal, and Kelso Cook was the winning goaltender with 12 saves.

 

Trailing by one goal after one period of play, Martin Luther King Jr. dominated the rest of the game for an 11-3 victory over District in a SDDHL junior high in-line hockey matchup Jan. 29 at the Sports Center. Jacob Smith gave District a quick 2-0 lead by scoring goals in the first 59 seconds and again less than three minutes later, with Colby Strayer assisting on the first goal. M.L. King responded with goals by Mycha Barros unassisted and by Joshua Perkoski assisted by Cavanaugh Hughes on the power play.  District reclaimed the lead at 3-2 with just under three minutes remaining in the first period on an Alexandria Currie goal assisted by Matthew Ortega. That, however, would be the extent of the District scoring against King goaltender Myles Mendoza. Perkoski scored the game-tying and go-ahead goals within the first two minutes of the second period. King never trailed again as Nick Toms added three goals, Christian Phelps scored two goals, Grace O'Malley netted a goal in the final minute of play, Issac Du had one assist, and Perkoski added a third-period goal to finish with four goals and one assist. Mendoza saved 15 of 18 shots, including saves on all 12 shots he faced over the final two periods for a MLK squad, which took 23 shots on goal at the other end.

 

Noah Meni scored three of his team's four goals and assisted on the other, leading Heritage to a 4-2 victory over Roosevelt in a SDDHL junior high in-line hockey matchup Jan. 29 at the Sports Center. An unassisted goal by Meni after 12 minutes of play was the only scoring of the first period, and Meni added a short-handed goal less than two minutes into the second period. It was less than three minutes later when Meni assisted on a goal by Kyle McDonald for a 3-0 Heritage lead. Roosevelt rallied with goals by Jacob Montero in the second period and by Caiden Nakamura assisted by Kai Siebert on the power play, but Meni sealed the outcome with his third goal just before the final horn sounded. Jordon Coons was the winning goaltender for Heritage with 11 saves on 13 shots.


by posted 02/08/2016
High School In-Line Hockey Recap Week 3

Phipps, Morel pace Vista past Carlsbad

 

High school varsity in-line hockey action for the San Diego District Hockey League continued Jan. 27 at the Escondido Sports center, where James Phipps scored three goals and assisted on another to spark Vista Varsity to a 7-5 triumph over Carlsbad Varsity. Phipps netted a goal in each period, with all three being assisted by Zach Morel. Phipps and Richard White scored third-period goals to offset the Carlsbad connection of Justin Kaufman and Brandon Trimble, who combined on a pair of third-period scores. Morel finished with two goals and four assists for the winners, with White assisting on Morel's first goal which led to four unanswered scores by Vista from 5 1/2 minutes remaining in the first period to midway through the second period for a 4-1 lead. Scott Cummings also scored a goal during the Vista run. Coleman DePretis scored Carlsbad's first three goals, all unassisted. His third goal cut the Vista lead to 4-3 with just over two minutes left in the second period, but Morel scored with just 23 seconds left in the period off an assist from Phipps. Trimble assisted on a Kaufman goal for Carlsbad early in the third period, but Vista scored twice more before Trimble scored with 2:40 left to play after an assist from Kaufman. Carlsbad could not score again against Vista goaltender Samantha White, who made eight saves in a relief role. Starting goalie Brad Whitener saved nine of 10 shots over 1 1/2 periods of netminding for the winners.

 

Joey Maurer scored three goals and assisted on two more, and Christopher Snider also netted three goals, lifting Temecula Varsity to a 10-3 romp over San Marcos Varsity in a SDDHL high school varsity in-line hockey game Jan. 27 at the Sports Center. Ethan Martinez had two goals and one assist, and it was his first goal which broke a 1-1 tie six minutes into the first period and ignited a run of six unanswered goals for Temecula. Snider scored the first goal of the game with just 67 seconds elapsed in the opening period, added a goal early in the second period and closed out the scoring with 5:04 to play in the third period. Ben Dunford scored two goals for the winners, Jake Maurer had two assists, and Sean Green had one assist. Jason Zeis scored a first-period goal assisted by Sean Twardy, but that was the only scoring for San Marcos until Nicholas Shoman and Tyler Semprini netted goals three minutes apart early in the third period. Kyle Kelly assisted on both third-period scores, but San Marcos was unable to find the back of the net again as winning goaltender Madelyn Gudat finished with nine saves for a Temecula squad that had a 32-12 shots-on-goal advantage.


by posted 02/08/2016
Jr. High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 13

Pinto beats the clock to lift North District

 

Hunter Pinto showed a flair for the dramatic finish when he beat the final buzzer by two seconds with the game-winning goal, sending North District Jr. High to a 5-4 victory over East District Jr. High in a San Diego District Hockey League junior high school ice hockey contest Jan. 23 at the Poway Ice Arena. Dominic Ramdin assisted on Pinto's game-winning score, which came just two minutes after East District had tied the score at 4-4 on a goal by Michael Rhinehart assisted by Jackson Poynter-Smiles. East District took a 2-0 first-period lead on the strength of goals by Poynter-Smiles assisted by Benjamin Wilson, and by Jakob Kreissler assisted by Jonathan Harcharik. The only scoring in the second period came just nine seconds after the start of the period when Tyler Lee put North District on the scoreboard with an unassisted goal. North tied the score two minutes into the third period with an unassisted goal by Tanner Castle before jumping out to a 4-2 lead with goals scored just 23 seconds apart by Lee assisted by Samuel Trayler, and by Travis Bohn unassisted. Luke Reade scored for East District with just over five minutes remaining to cut the deficit to 4-3, and Rhinehart tied the score three minutes later. Each team took 19 shots on goal. Seth Miszkiewicz was the winning goaltender with 15 saves, while East goalie Wyatt Crudale had 14 saves.


by posted 01/31/2016
High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 13

Poway's Avila keeps Wolves at bay
 
Issaah Avila was a force between the pipes as Poway shut out the West Wolves, 5-0, in a San Diego District Hockey League high School varsity ice hockey matchup Jan. 23 at Carlsbad IceTown. Avila saved all 19 shots that came his way, including 10 in the third period. On the offensive end of the ice, five different players scored goals for the winners. The only score in the first period came off the stick of Kit Carter with just over nine minutes left in the period following an assist from Jere Jaakkola. Poway put the game on ice with four goals in the second period, beginning with a pair of scores just 25 seconds apart from Cole Parker assisted by Keigo Hachisuka, and by Keisi Takaya unassisted. Hachisuka later added an unassisted goal, and Laurent Lee scored in the final minute of the period with assists from Parker and Jaakkola.


by posted 01/31/2016
Jr High In-Line Hockey Recap Week 2

Bear Valley claws back to bully Roosevelt

Bear Valley overcame a three-goal deficit by scoring the last seven goals of the game, resulting in an 8-4 victory over Roosevelt in a San Diego District Hockey League junior high school in-line hockey matchup Jan. 22 at the Escondido Sports Center. Pasha Bocharov opened the scoring for Bear Valley just 16 seconds into game action, but it was Roosevelt scoring the next four goals of the contest, including three consecutively by Jacob Montero. A goal by Austin Hayes with 3:49 remaining in the opening period gave Roosevelt a 4-1 lead. Bear Valley responded by scoring just over a minute after the goal by Hayes as Michael Rhinehart assisted on a goal by Bryson Cannon to make it a 4-2 game going into the second period. It took just three minutes of the second period for Bear Valley to tie the score. Raven Coker scored unassisted before Rhinehart assisted on another goal by Bocharov. Rhinehart found the back of the net in the final minute of the period for the go-ahead score following an assist from Bocharov. The Bears kept up the pace in the third period as Bocharov and Rhinehart combined for a pair of goals just two minutes apart, with Bocharov scoring off an assist from Rhinehart before the roles reversed on the next goal. Hayes closed out the scoring by netting an unassisted goal with 23 seconds left on the clock. Bocharov (three goals, two assists) and Rhinehart (two goals, three assists) were the game's leading scorers for Bear Valley, which had a 29-16 shots-on-goal advantage. Bowyn Cannon was the winning goaltender with 12 saves.

 Leading by just one goal in the third period, defending junior high in-line champion Mesa Verde pulled away by scoring four goals in the final 10:12 of play for an 8-3 victory over Heritage in a SDDHL contest Jan. 22 at the Sports Center. A goal by Franchesca Johannsen in the opening minutes of the third period brought Heritage to within one goal at 4-3, but Christopher Ritchie scored the next two goals for Mesa Verde with assists from Ethan Kihrt and Matia Isakovic, respectively. Tyler Lee and Isakovic added unassisted goals just 42 seconds apart in the final minutes of play. Lee also assisted on a first-period goal by Dagin Gregory, while Kihrt also had a first-period score with an assist from Gavin Lissebeck for a 2-0 Mesa Verde lead after one period of play. Noah Meni scored for Heritage two minutes into the second stanza following an assist from Joshua Aldridge, but Mesa Verde countered with goals by Kyle Clay unassisted and by Lee assisted by Gregory. Meni scored late in the second period and Johannsen scored early in the third before Mesa Verde skated away with the late four-goal binge. The winners had a 22-11 advantage in shots on goal, and Mesa Verde goaltender Kelso Cook required only eight saves for the win.

 A three-goal burst in the opening four minutes of play sparked North District over District, 8-1, in a SDDHL junior high in-line hockey game Jan. 22 at the Sports Center. Morgan Jaquess opened the scoring 93 seconds into the first period with an assist from Noe Santos, and Santos scored less than a minute later following an assist from Andrew Franey. It was Franey scoring the game's next two goals unassisted, and Robert Reynoso assisted on a goal by Aidan MacDonell to give North District a 5-0 advantage after one period of play. The North lead was padded by second-period goals from Jaquess assisted by Santos, and by Franey assisted by Spencer Milanowski. Reynoso added a third-period goal assisted by Zac Miszkiewicz, and District avoided being shut out when Jacob Smith scored with 4:21 remaining in the game after an assist from Tanner Castle. North District had a 20-16 shots-on-goal advantage, and winning goaltender Seth Miszkiewicz saved all but one of those 16 District shots.

 Martin Luther King Jr. built a 4-1 lead before holding on for a 7-5 victory over East in a SDDHL junior high in-line contest Jan. 22 at the Sports Center. Nick Toms and Cavanaugh Hughes scored three goals apiece to pace the M.L. King scoring. Toms' third goal gave King a 4-1 advantage with just under nine minutes remaining in the second period. After East scored twice to narrow the margin to 4-3, Hughes netted his first of three third-period goals with just over 10 minutes left in regulation time, and he later added two more scores to offset a pair of East goals by Andrew Steiner. Hughes also assisted on the first two goals of the game by Joshua Perkoski and Toms. Isaac Du provided three assists, and Christan Phelps had one assist. Steiner and Jaime San Martin each had two goals and one assist for the East squad, Benjamin Louie scored one goal, Christy Keller had two assists, and Jake Steiner had one assist. The winners had a 22-17 advantage in shots on goal.


by posted 01/31/2016
High School In-Line Hockey Recap Week 2

Temecula breaks out for win over SP

 Temecula Varsity broke open a tie game with a five-goal outburst in the second period en route to a 7-5 victory over San Pasqual Varsity as the San Diego District Hockey League entered its second week of the 2016 winter in-line hockey season Jan. 20 at the Escondido Sports Center with high school varsity competition. Christopher Snider scored Temecula's first four goals and finished with five goals for the contest. The game was tied at 2-2 after one period of play, and Snider broke the deadlock with a power-play goal just over 2 1/2 minutes into the second period. Ben Dunford assisted on the go-ahead goal, which came shortly after a roughing penalty was called against San Pasqual. Snider's goal began a run of five unanswered scores for Temecula. Snider scored again unassisted, Noah Ortolano scored with an assist from Ethan Martinez, Snider scored yet again with another assist from Dunford, and Martinez scored unassisted for a 7-2 Temecula advantage. Kris Coker scored later in the second period for San Pasqual with an assist from Ryan McCulloch, and Ryan Robinson netted a pair of third-period goals, including a power-play goal assisted by Sam Warrick, but it was not enough for the Golden Eagles to overcome the deficit. Oskari Vakki and Warrick scored first-period goals with assists from McCulloch and Robinson, respectively. Temecula had the advantage in shots on goal by a 23-20 count. Madelyn Gudat was the winning goaltender with 15 saves.

 Zach Morel and Brooks Johnson scored two goals apiece as Vista Varsity skated to a 6-3 win over San Marcos Varsity in a SDDHL high school varsity in-line hockey matchup Jan. 20 at the Sports Center. Morel also assisted on the game's first score by Jordan Fabbrini just 30 seconds after the opening face-off. Morel netted his first goal five minutes with an assist from Fabbrini, and Johnson scored unassisted three minutes later for a 3-0 Vista lead. San Marcos got on the scoreboard with 52 seconds remaining in the opening period on a power-play goal by Mitchell Moore assisted by Kyle Kelly. The Knights scored again with five minutes left in the second period to cut Vista lead to 3-2 on a goal by Tyler Semprini assisted by Blake Steinecke. Vista scored twice in the final 79 seconds of the period to ignite another three-goal run. Morel netted his second goal, and James Phipps beat the period-ending buzzer by five seconds. When Johnson scored again with 8 1/2 minutes left in the third period following an assist from Richard White, Vista had a 6-2 lead. San Marcos added a late score on a goal by Semprini assisted by Nicholas Shoman. San Marcos had a 19-18 edge in shots on goal, with Vista goaltender Brad Whitener making 16 saves in the victory.

Third-period rush carries San Marcos JV

 

High school junior varsity in-line hockey action resumed Jan. 21 for the San Diego District Hockey League at the Escondido Sports Center, where two teams battled to a scoreless tie for two periods before San Marcos JV erupted for four goals in the third period en route to a 4-0 win over San Pasqual JV. Neither team's goaltenders hedged in the first 30 minutes as San Pasqual goalie Ben Smijkovich stopped all 17 shots he faced and San Marcos netminder Shawn Gonsales did the same on eight shots. San Marcos broke through in the third period when Blake Steinecke scored just 34 seconds into the period after an assist from Ian Currie. Shortly thereafter, San Marcos scored goals just 70 seconds apart when Xander Shoman assisted on a goal by Parker Mitchell and Steinecke scored unassisted. An unassisted goal by Mark Gonzalez closed out the scoring with two minutes to play. Gonsales finished with 12 saves to preserve the shutout, while Smijvovich wound up with 27 saves for San Pasqual. 

Benjamin Palmer found the back of the net six times for goals, including the last four goals of the game for his team, as Temecula JV skated to an 11-5 triumph over Red JV in a SDDHL high school junior varsity in-line hockey game Jan. 21 at the Sports Center. The game was still within reach for Red JV while trailing 7-4, but Palmer scored three consecutive goals over a six-minute span of the third period to seal the outcome.  Matt Phelps added three goals and one assist for the winners, and Jake Maurer had two goals and four assists. Ben Goddard had two goals and one assist for Red JV, Jonathan Montgomery scored two goals, and Juliana Tarantino scored one goal. The shots on goal were nearly even with Temecula having a 20-19 edge. Cade Murchison was the winning goaltender with 14 saves for Temecula.

 

With a commanding 37-5 advantage in shots on goal, the end result for Wolf Pack JV was inevitable in a 15-0 romp over Poway JV in a SDDHL high school junior varsity in-line hockey matchup Jan. 21 at the Sports Center. Xavier Barraza scored just 55 seconds after the puck dropped for the opening face-off, and the Wolf Pack scored twice more within the next 3 1/2 minutes to set the tone for the game. Barraza went on to finish with four goals for the winners. A.J. Lee also scored four goals for the Wolf Pack, Joseph Traunero added three goals, Cole Thorpe scored one goal and assisted on five more, and Ian Rahn, Chesire Trevor and Brooke Lewis each scored one goal. Mitchell Thomas provided one assist, while Wolf Pack goalie Joel Barraza needed just five saves for the shutout.

 A scoring run of six unanswered goals turned a 1-0 deficit into a 6-1 lead for Westview JV en route to a 7-3 victory over Rancho Bernardo JV in a SDDHL high school junior varsity in-line hockey contest Jan. 21 at the Sports Center. Sean Kanervisto scored his first of three goals for Rancho Bernardo to open the scoring with just 90 seconds gone in the first period, but Westview took control six minutes later beginning with the game-tying goal by Kaden Green. The 1-1 tie was broken less than two minutes later when Jason Gyokery assisted on a goal by Ethan Eisele to give Westview a 2-1 lead going into the second period. The Wolverines padded their lead with three goals in the second period by Gyokery, Adam Cummings and Andrew Kelly, with Kyle Bucholtz assisting on Kelly's goal. Cummings and Isaac Stahler added third-period goals to offset two late goals by Kanervisto. Westview had a 27-21 advantage in shots on goal, and winning goaltender Tyler Lee made 18 saves.

 

 


by posted 01/31/2016
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