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High School In-Line Hockey Recap Week 3
05/19/2015
Late outburst carries Westview past West District   Westview...
Jr. High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 2
05/14/2015
Temecula wins battle of the Bears   Junior high school ice...
High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 2
05/14/2015
Miles, Miller carry Carlsbad   The goaltending was sharp...
High School In-Line Hockey Recap Week 2
05/12/2015
West prevails as varsity goalies clamp down   Two first-period...
 
High School In-Line Hockey Recap Week 3

Late outburst carries Westview past West District
 
Westview broke a 3-3 tie by scoring three goals in the third period en route to a 6-3 victory over West District in a San Diego District Hockey League high school varsity in-line hockey game May 13 at the Escondido Sports Center. The two teams traded goals barely a minute apart in the first period as Kyle Bucholtz scored for Westview off an assist from Laurent Lee and Brandon Trimble scored unassisted for West District. The second period was less than one minute old when West District scored on a goal by Colin Garvey assisted by Justin Kaufman, but Westview responded by scoring a pair of goals two minutes apart as Ethan Eisel assisted on a goal by Lee and Jacob Groll assisted on a goal by Josh Groll. With just under three minutes remaining in the second period, Trimble netted his second goal of the game with an assist from Garvey to knot the score at 3-3 going into the third period. It took just 67 seconds into the third stanza for Westview to break the tie. Josh Groll scored with an assist from Eisele for the go-ahead goal, and additional insurance was provided by a Bucholtz goal assisted by Eisele with just over five minutes to play and another goal by Josh Groll, his third, in the final minute of action. West District fell despite having a 22-18 shots-on-goal advantage. Winning goaltender Grigory Oleynichenko made 19 saves for Westview.
 
Ryan McCulloch assisted on a pair of first-period goals and later added three goals of his own to help North District skate to an 8-2 victory over Rancho Bernardo Blue in a SDDHL high school varsity in-line contest May 13 at the Sports Center. The game was barely three minutes old before North District had a 2-0 lead on goals by Sam Warrick and Kris Coker. McCulloch then assisted on goals by Thomas Farwell and Warrick as North assumed a 4-0 lead going into the second period. McCulloch padded the lead with a pair of second-period goals, the first assisted by Farwell and the second assisted by Warrick and Coker. Autumn Takacs assisted on Coker's second goal of the game late in the second period for a 7-0 North advantage. Rancho Bernardo Blue finally got on the scoreboard 5 1/2 minutes into the third period with a goal by Niklas Thomas assisted by Brett Kaufman, but McCoulloch countered with his third goal of the game off an assist from Warrick. Connor Kim scored for RB Blue in the final minute of play. The winners had a 24-10 advantage in shots on goal. Will
Meni was in goal for the North squad to make eight saves. 


by posted 05/19/2015
Jr. High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 2

Temecula wins battle of the Bears
 
Junior high school ice hockey for the San Diego District Hockey League resumed May 9 at the Escondido Ice-Plex, where the Temecula Jr. Golden Bears spotted the Escondido Bears a one-goal lead before responding with four unanswered goals for a 4-1 victory. Following a scoreless first period, Escondido opened the scoring just over three minutes into the second period when Riley Adams scored a goal assisted by James Martin. The Bears' lead lasted just 75 seconds before Temecula's Daniel Sabater tied the score with a goal assisted by Kevin Banjarjian. The Jr. Golden Bears took the lead 2 1/2 minutes later on an unassisted goal by Britton Nameth, and the score remained 2-1 going into the third period. Temecula added third-period insurance goals by Cabe Comer and Sabater to seal the outcome. The Jr. Golden Bears had a 25-11 advantage in shots on goal, with Ethan Lear making 10 saves in goal to help preserve Temecula's first win of the season after two losses.
 
There were plenty of goals to go around in a May 9 SDDHL junior high ice hockey game at the Ice-Plex, where the Central Mustangs outscored the Oceanside Wildcats, 12-4, for their third straight victory to start the season. The Wildcats scored the game's first two goals as Garrett Detwiler and Michael Medrano found the back of the net with unassisted scores. The Mustangs responded by scoring the game's next five goals and never looked back. After Brandon Raimo scored the first Central goal with an assist from Matthew Beck, Lucas Buu-Hoan scored two consecutive goals before assisting on a Ryan Beck goal to give the Mustangs a 4-2 lead going into the second period. Buu-Hoan added a second-period goal and two third-period goals to finish with five goals and one assist. Raimo added another goal and two assists in the third period, Dagin Gregory had two goals and one assist, Max Chu scored two late goals, Ryan Beck added three assists to go with his goal, Matthew Beck finished with two assists, and Blake Branon had one assist. Detwiler scored a second-period goal for Oceanside with an assist from Medrano, and Detwiler netted his third goal of the game on the power play with just under four minutes remaining in the third period. The Mustangs had a 23-10 advantage in shots on goal.


by posted 05/14/2015
High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 2


Miles, Miller carry Carlsbad
 
The goaltending was sharp as high school varsity ice hockey resumed May 9 at Carlsbad IceTown for Week 3 of the San Diego District Hockey League season with a 2-1 victory for the Carlsbad Lancers over the South East Broncos. It was the Broncos who opened the scoring 3 1/2 minutes into the contest when Wesley Rim netted a goal with an assist from Cade Frederick. That, however, would be the only goal allowed by Carlsbad goaltender Jeffery Miles, who collected 25 saves for the game. The Broncos held their 1-0 lead for just 78 seconds before Brenden Miller tied the game with an unassisted goal for the Lancers. After the two squads skated through a scoreless second period, it was Miller who broke the tie with his second unassisted goal with just 5:35 remaining in the third period. Miles and the Carlsbad defense continued to hold off the Broncos the rest of the way. South East goaltender Jacob Ayers saved 11 of 13 shots.
 
Temecula spotted the opposition an early goal before responding with five unanswered goals for a 5-1 victory over the East Night Hawks in a SDDHL high school varsity ice hockey matchup May 9 at the Escondido Ice-Plex. The contest was just 6 1/2 minutes old when Cole Parker scored an unassisted goal for East Night. Golden Bears goalkeeper Christian Ross denied the Hawks on the remainder of their scoring opportunities, finishing with 25 saves on 26 shots. Joseph Maurer tied the score for Temecula with just 1:17 remaining in the first period after accepting assists from Jayson Palmer and Daniel Reich. Jed Ponder netted the go-ahead goal 7 1/2 minutes into the second period off an assist from Tristan Lange. Kainoa Fuentes scored unassisted just 40 seconds later, and the Golden Bears sewed up their second straight victory with goals by Maurer assisted by Tanner Acomb and by Randy Stare assisted by Jacob Alshammiry.
 
Jack Rogaski scored the winning goal with 2:20 left in the third period to give the Central Falcons a 3-2 victory over the South East Broncos in a SDDHL high school varsity ice hockey contest May 9 at the Ice-Plex.
Nicholas Deckhut scored the first two Central goals. He scored just 65 seconds into the game off an assist from P.J. Smigliani, and Deckhut added a power-play goal 3 1/2 minutes into the second period. Just 30 seconds after Deckhut's second goal, Isaac Miller scored for South East with an assist from Adam Foster. The Broncos tied the score at 2-2 with 5 1/2 minutes left in the second period when Miller and Greg Dhillon assisted on a goal by Charlie Tomlin. The score remained deadlocked until Rogaski found the back of the net with his game-winner after taking assists from Smigliani and Benjamin Deckhut. Winning goaltender Valentino Colella saved 20 of 22 shots for the Falcons. Broncos goalie Miguel St. Martin faced 27 Central shots, saving 24.

 
Currie sparks first win for Wolves JV
 
Carlsbad IceTown hosted high school junior varsity ice hockey action for the San Diego District Hockey League on May 9, and it was Ian Currie scoring three goals to lead the Vista Wolves JV to a 5-3 victory over the Carlsbad Vikings JV. The two teams skated to a 1-1 tie through one period of play as Alex Cadieux scored a power-play goal for Carlsbad off an assist by Patrick Gallavan, and Currie scored unassisted for Vista with just 14 seconds remaining in the opening period. Vista took the lead early in the second period on a power-play goal by Jason Folsom, but Carlsbad tied the score two minutes later with a power-play goal by Aidan Dillon assisted by Sullivan Hoynes. Currie beat the clock again when he scored with 20 seconds remaining in the second period off an assist from Richard White to give the Wolves a 3-2 lead going into the third period. Vista goals by Currie unassisted and by Isabella Bowman on the power play with an assist from Brennan Rupp offset a Carlsbad goal by Dillon assisted by Jace Phillips. Vista's Amanda Ewing was the winning goaltender with 14 saves on 17 shots as the Wolves won their first game of the season after a season-opening loss followed by a tie.
 

The Carlsbad Lancers JV kept taking the lead, and the Escondido Eagles JV kept tying the score. The end result was a 5-5 stalemate in a SDDHL high school junior varsity ice hockey contest May 9 at the Ice-Plex. A pair of goals scored by Jacob White in the opening four minutes of play gave Carlsbad a quick 2-0 lead. Blake Skrable and Ryan Nubling assisted on White's first goal, and Scot Wade assisted on the second goal. Giancarlo Hasapopoulos put Escondido on the scoreboard with 3 1/2 minutes left in the opening period with a goal assisted by Luke Vanlaeys, and Oskari Vakki tied the score just 52 seconds later with an assist from Sam Cavassa as the first period ended with the two teams tied at 2-2. Carlsbad took a 3-2 lead just 15 seconds into the second period on White's third goal of the contest, but the Eagles responded eight minutes later with a goal by Louie Biundo assisted by Brett Kaufman. The game was tied at 3-3 for just one minute before the Lancers took the lead again on an unassisted goal by Skrable. Carlsbad maintained the one-goal lead through the rest of the second period. Trailing 4-3, Escondido benefitted from a power-play opportunity early in the third period as Vakki netted his second goal with assists from Tate Murphy and Hasapopulos. Just over three minutes later, Carlsbad assumed the lead for the fourth time on a Nubling goal assisted by Adam Blabac, but for the fourth time the Eagles tied it up, this time with 3:54 remaining in the contest when Hasapopoulos found the back of the net for his second goal of the game to keep Escondido unbeaten after three games with a 2-0-1 record. The tie was the second straight for the Lancers following a season-opening loss.
 
Another SDDHL high school junior varsity ice hockey matchup ended in a tie May 9 at the Ice-Plex when the San Marcos Knights JV and Vista Wolves JV finished regulation play knotted up at 2-2. Vista's James Phipps scored the only goal of the first period with an assist from Isabella Bowman. San Marcos scored a pair of goals just two minutes apart to take the lead early in second period. Kyle Kelly scored off an assist from Hayden Shoemake, and Daniel Hoffmann scored with an assist from Kyle Clements. The Knights maintained their lead throughout the second period and well into the third period before Vista's Phipps netted the game-tying goal with 2:45 remaining in the game. The tie was the second of the season for the Wolves against one win and one loss. The two goaltenders combined for 45 saves. Jason Folsom turned aside 25 of 27 shots for Vista, and Shawn Gonsales saved 20 of 22 shots for San Marcos.

 


by posted 05/14/2015
High School In-Line Hockey Recap Week 2

West prevails as varsity goalies clamp down
 
Two first-period goals were enough as West District held on for a 2-1 victory over Rancho Bernardo Blue when the San Diego District Hockey League resumed high school varsity in-line hockey competition May 6 at the Escondido Sports Center. West goals were scored by Brandon Trimble unassisted 3:40 into the game, and by Colin Garvey three minutes later with an assist from Trimble. There was no additional scoring until Alex Pang scored an unassisted goal for Rancho Bernardo Blue three minutes into the third period. That was the extent of the scoring as the goaltenders provided much of the game's highlights, with West net minder Samantha White setting aside 14 of 15 shots for the win that leveled West's record at 1-1. Rancho Bernardo Blue goalie Jakob Ogan made 25 saves on 27 shots.
 
Trailing by one goal going into the third period, Rancho Bernardo White erupted for four goals en route to a 5-2 victory over Westview in a SDDHL high school varsity in-line hockey game May 6 at the Sports Center. Following a scoreless first period, Rancho Bernardo White scored quickly in the second period on an Isaiah Frankel goal just 36 seconds into the period. Westview tied the score four minutes later on a goal by Josh Groll, and the Wolverines took the lead with 5 1/2 minutes remaining in the period on a Reed Harbison goal assisted by Jacob Groll for a 2-1 advantage going into the third period. Just over a minute after the puck dropped for the third period, Frankel assisted on the game-tying goal by Matt Holmes. Frankel then put his team ahead three minutes later with a power-play goal assisted by Josh Groll. Frankel wasn't done yet as he scored again with an assist from Holmes before closing out the scoring with 31 seconds remaining by netting his fourth goal of the game. Rancho Bernardo White prevailed for its second win in as many games despite being out-shot, 24-20. Winning goaltender Sean Kanervisto had 22 saves.

 
Currie, Devore power West District JV wins
 
High school junior varsity in-line hockey competition got under way May 6 for the San Diego District Hockey League at the Escondido Sports Center, where Ian Currie scored the game's first two goals before Evan Devore took over the scoring to lead West District JV to a 7-3 victory over North District JV. Currie scored just three minutes into the contest with an assist from Raymond Corney, and Currie scored again two minutes later off an assist from Richard White. Devore then scored the next three goals of the game, including two in the first period as West took a 4-0 lead and another early in the second period. White, Parker Mitchell and Currie had the assists on the three Devore goals. North got on the scoreboard late in the second period on a goal by Nathan Pew assisted by Grayson Mollar. Just over a minute into the third period, Mollar scored to cut the West lead to 5-2, but Devore responded with another goal assisted by Mitchell. Mollar netted his second goal with just over four minutes remaining, but Devore scored his fifth goal in the final minute of play with another assist from Currie.

West District had a 22-17 advantage in shots on goal. Samantha White was the winning goaltender with 14 saves.  High school JV in-line hockey for the SDDHL shifted to Skate San Diego on May 9, and it was Ian Currie and Evan Devore scoring three goals apiece to lead West District to a 7-4 victory over West Hills. Devore also assisted on Currie's third goal with just over a minute to play in the contest. The other West District goal was scored by Parker Mitchell with an assist from Evan West. Raymond Corney also had an assist for the winners on Devore's second goal of the game. Ryan Weaver scored the game's first goal for West Hills just under three minutes after the start of play with an assist from Alexander Lee, but West District scored the next six goals unanswered for a 6-1 lead. William Hamilton scored for West Hills with 5 1/2 minutes remaining in the second period with an assist from Mark Lyons, and Lee and Joseph Traunero scored third-period goals, but it was not enough for West Hills. The winners had a 15-13 edge in shots on goal while skating to their second win of the week.


by posted 05/12/2015
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