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Jr High In-Line Hockey Recap Week 7
02/27/2015
North I, Mesa Verde I roll winning sevens   Junior high in-line...
Jr Varsity In-Line Hockey Recap Week 7
02/26/2015
Vista JV holds off West Hills   After both teams combined...
Jr High School Ice Hockey 2015 Playoff Recap
02/23/2015
White paces Wildcats in playoff opener   Playoff action...
High School Ice Hockey 2015 Playoff Recap
02/23/2015
Wolverines open playoffs in winning fashion   Playoff...
Jr High In-Line Hockey Recap Week 6
02/20/2015
North I holds off Mesa Verde I rush   North I skated to a...
Jr Varsity In-Line Hockey Recap Week 6
02/19/2015
M&M connection sweet for Mt. Carmel JV   Braeden Mitchell...
High School In-Line Hockey Recap Week 6
02/18/2015
Temecula Valley prevails in shootout   A seesaw battle resulted...
Jr High Ice Hockey Recap Week 16
02/16/2015
Eagles score Moore, repel Vikings   Clayton Moore scored...
High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 16
02/16/2015
Golden Bears awake to subdue Lancers   Temecula Valley...
Jr High In-Line Hockey Recap Week 5
02/13/2015
Kaufman ignites North I romp   The San Diego District Hockey...
 
Jr High In-Line Hockey Recap Week 7

North I, Mesa Verde I roll winning sevens
 
Junior high in-line hockey resumed Feb. 20 at the Escondido Sports Center, where North I took 40 shots on goal en route to a 7-3 victory over Bernardo Heights in a Division 1A contest. Thomas Farwell paced the North I scoring with two goals and two assists. Nicholas Shoman scored the first goal of the game and later assisted on second-period goals by Farwell and Kris Coker. Cole Rorick scored two goals, Justin Kaufman scored one goal, and Oskari Vakki provided three assists. Bernardo Heights was tied with North I at 1-1 before allowing a goal late in the first period and then being outscored 4-0 in the second period. Miles Cook had one goal and two assists for the Bobcats, Gary Li had one goal and one assist, and Keigo Hachisuka scored one goal.
The winning goaltender was Evin Martinez with 14 saves for North I.
 
Ben Buium scored three goals to lead Mesa Verde I to a 7-3 victory over Marshall in a SDDHL junior high 1A contest Feb. 20 at the Sports Center. Marshall took an early 1-0 lead before Mesa Verde I scored the next six goals of the game to secure the victory. Cody Sherman scored for Marshall with an assist from Ben Ivey just over a minute after the opening face-off, but Buium responded by scoring the tying goal unassisted four minutes later before netting the go-ahead goal off an assist from Gavin Lissebeck with 5 1/2 minutes left in the period.  Ethan Kuhrt assisted on a goal by Henry Abell less than a minute later, and Kuhrt added a pair of second-period goals for Mesa Verde I. Josh Groll added one goal and one assist, and Matia Isakovic had two assists. Sam Lathus scored two goals for Marshall, and Cody Ayers had one assist. Mesa Verde I had a 28-22 shots-on-goal advantage. Winning goaltender A.J. Maisano had 19 saves.
 
Heritage goaltender Jordan Coons turned aside all 17 shots he faced as the White Tigers posted a 4-0 shutout victory over Roosevelt in a SDDHL junior high 2A contest Feb. 20 at the Sports Center. Bryce Mendoza scored three goals for the winners, including first-period goals assisted by Ashton Domi and Bryson Cannon. Domi also assisted on a goal by Charlotte Gott in the final minute of the opening period. Mendoza added a third-period goal in the final minute of play. Heritage had the advantage in shots on goal, 26-17.
 
Junior high in-line competition continued Feb. 20 for the SDDHL, and a six-goal outburst in the first period carried Martin Luther King to an 11-2 triumph over North II in a 2A contest at the Sports Center. Keelan Alton assisted on the first goal of the game by Isaac Du, and Alton went on two score two additional goals in the first period. Jaden Alton scored three goals, Noah Anschuetz scored two goals, and Cavanaugh Hughes, Nick Toms and Pavel Demidov scored one goal apiece. The North II goals were scored by Andrew Franey in the first period and Michael Rhinehart in the second period. M.L. King had a 22-8 shots-on-goal advantage for the game.
 
Rylan Farwell scored a pair of pivotal goals, including one short-handed, as Rincon prevailed for a 5-3 victory over Mesa Verde II in a SDDHL junior high 2A in-line contest Feb. 20 at the Sports Center. It was Mesa Verde II that struck first on the strength of two first-period goals by Dagin Gregory, but Rincon went to work in the second period after trailing 2-0. Karson Frank scored early in the second period before Matthew Ortega and Noe Santos scored goals seconds apart with just over two minutes remaining in the period. Conner Jaquess assisted on Ortega's goal. Just over four minutes into the third period, Farwell scored while Rincon was short a player. Farwell added another goal with just over three minutes to play off an assist from Zac Miszkiewicz.
Gregory scored his third goal of the game for Mesa Verde II with 2:20 to play, but it was not enough to overcome the Bulldogs.
 
Drake Alford scored the only goal of the shootout to lift Roosevelt over Martin Luther King after the two squads played to a 4-4 deadlock in regulation time. Ian Currie assisted on the first goal by Eric Solis and added two-more first-period goals of his own as Roosevelt took a 3-1 lead. Nick Toms, who scored the first M.L. King goal off an assist from Cavanaugh Hughes, netted his second goal with just 25 seconds left in the opening period to cut the Roosevelt lead to 3-2. Currie scored his third goal of the game midway through the second period to give Roosevelt a two-goal cushion again, but M.L. King rallied in the third period as
Pavel Demidov scored with an assist from Noah Anschuetz before Jaden Alton scored the tying goal with just 27 seconds left in regulation time.


posted 02/27/2015
Jr Varsity In-Line Hockey Recap Week 7

Vista JV holds off West Hills
 
After both teams combined for just one goal in the first period, the offenses came alive in the third period before Vista prevailed for a 4-3 victory over Westview in a SDDHL high school junior varsity contest Feb. 19 at the Sports Center. Following a scoreless first period, Vista scored within the first two minutes of the second stanza when Jason Folsom assisted on a goal by Darrick Walker. The score remained 1-0 until James Phipps scored for Vista three minutes into the second period. Evan Devore padded Vista's lead to 3-0 four minutes later with an unassisted goal. Westview finally got on the scoreboard with 6:37 left in the third period when Reed Harbison scored off an assist from Laurent Lee, but Vista countered just 40 seconds later with Walker's second goal of the contest. Westview scored goals just 27 seconds apart when Lee assisted again on another Harbison goal before Harbison assisted on a goal by Jacob Groll with 3:07 left. There was no additional scoring the rest of the way. Westview had a 15-13 edge in shots on goal. Winning goaltender Shawn Gonsales made 12 saves for Vista.
 
Rancho Bernardo spotted Mt. Carmel a one-goal lead in the first period before rallying for a 3-1 victory in a SDDHL high school junior varsity in-line hockey matchup Feb. 19 at the Sports Center. Six minutes were elapsed in the first period when Kole Yamashiro scored a power-play goal for the Sundevils off an assist from Braeden Mitchell. Mt. Carmel maintained its 1-0 lead until there were less than two minutes left in the second period, when Taylor Bosco assisted on a power-play goal by Evan Jones after Mt. Carmel was whistled for a roughing penalty. The 1-1 deadlock was broken 5 1/2 minutes into the third period when Bosco scored with an assist from Keegan Fikse. Jones scored another power-play goal for insurance with just under five minutes remaining. The Broncos had a commanding 24-7 shots-on-goal advantage. Winning goaltender Jakob Ogan saved six shots.
 
Drew Murchison and Thomas Deschepper provided much of the offensive power as Temecula Valley skated past West Hills, 13-1, in SDDHL high school junior varsity action Feb. 19 at the Sports Center. Murchison scored four goals and assisted on another while Deschepper scored two goals and assisted on three others for the Golden Bears. Alyssa Martinez and Sean Green added two goals apiece, Alexander Clermont had one goal and three assists, Mackenzie Fink had one goal and one assist, Noah Ortolano scored one goal, and Madelyn Gudat and Tanner Tanaka each had one assist.   West Hills avoided being shut out when Andrew Cravey scored on the power play with 2:14 remaining in the game off an assist from Ryan Weaver.
Temecula Valley controlled the tempo with a 28-6 advantage in shots on goal. Gudat needed just five saves tending goal for the Golden Bears.
 
James Dawson scored the game-winning goal with just 61 seconds remaining in regulation time as San Marcos edged Escondido Charter, 2-1, in a SDDHL high school JV in-line hockey game played Feb. 19 at the Sports Center. Ryan Stephenson assisted on Dawson's game winner. Charter had taken a 1-0 lead with 4 1/2 minutes remaining in the first period on a power-play goal by Josh Scrivner and the White Tigers maintained their 1-0 advantage until Stephenson scored unassisted with 4 1/2 minutes remaining in the second period to tie the score at 1-1. The score remained deadlocked until Dawson found the back of the net shortly before the final horn sounded. Winning goaltender Jake McCollugh saved 13 of 14 shots for the Knights, including all nine shots that came his way over the final two periods. Charter goalie Will Meni made 20 saves.
  
High school junior varsity in-line hockey action for the SDDHL shifted to Skate San Diego for Feb. 21 contest between San Marcos and West Hills, and the Knights played stingy defense in a 9-0 victory over the Wolf Pack. San Marcos allowed only three shots on goal while taking 48 shots at the other end of the rink. James Dawson, Kyle Kelly and Ryan Stephenson scored two goals apiece for San Marcos, with Kelly also assisting on two other goals. Jason Zeis had one goal and one assist, and Alex Moore and Tyler Semprini scored one goal each.


posted 02/26/2015
Jr High School Ice Hockey 2015 Playoff Recap

White paces Wildcats in playoff opener

 

Playoff action got under way Feb. 11 for the San Diego District Hockey League's junior high school ice hockey teams, and the Oceanside Wildcats got their postseason off to a winning start with a 6-2 victory over the South Tritons in a 2A contest at the Escondido Ice-Plex. Richard White netted three goals and assisted on another for the Wildcats, who built a 3-0 lead by the 10-minute mark of the second period. Ian Currie added two goals and two assists, and Jin Weckle scored the only goal of the first period off an assist from Isabella Bowman before Weckle assisted on the only goal of the third period, scored by White. Bryan Potter and Joseph Branch scored second-period goals for the Tritons, with Trenton Chambers assisting on Branch's goal. The South squad managed just 10 shots on goal compared to 20 for Oceanside.

 

Playoff competition continued for the SDDHL as the Escondido Bears skated to a 6-3 triumph over the East Bobcats in another junior high 2A ice hockey matchup Feb. 11 at the Ice-Plex.  William Schneider scored two goals and assisted on two more for the Bears, who fashioned a 6-1 lead before East scored twice in the final five minutes of the contest. Joey Chappelle added one goal and two assists, and Sam Cavassa and Giancarlo Hasapopoulos scored one goal apiece. Vance Geraci had two goals and one assist for the Bobcats, Niklas Thomas scored one goal, and Johanan Lee and Kyle Clay each had an assist. Escondido goalkeeper John Mountain saved 10 of 13 shots in the victory. The Bears had 12 shots on goal.


posted 02/23/2015
High School Ice Hockey 2015 Playoff Recap

Wolverines open playoffs in winning fashion

 

Playoff competition began Feb. 10 for the San Diego District Hockey League's ice hockey clubs, and it was Dylon Adams scoring two goals and assisting on another to spark the East Wolverines to a 4-1 victory over the South Matadors at the Escondido Ice-Plex. The first two periods were nearly scoreless until Adams assisted on the game's first goal by Kyle Lazerson. Ryan Carlson also assisted on the power-play score that came with just seven seconds remaining in the second period. Adams scored just over four minutes into the third period with assists from Lazerson and Wes Rim for a 2-0 East lead. The Wolverines then netted a pair of short-handed goals less than four minutes apart as Carlson scored with assists from Brett Kaufman and Aaron Applegate, and Adams scored unassisted. The Matadors avoided being shut out when Robby Baldwin scored a power-play goal with 2:49 left in the game. The Wolverines took 22 shots on goal, while winning goaltender Mikey Swan saved all but one of the 17 South shots that came his way.
 
Carlsbad scored three times on the power play while keeping the nets at the other end of the ice empty as the Lancers posted a 4-0 blanking of the Vista Wolves in another SDDHL high school varsity playoff matchup Feb. 10 at the Ice-Plex. Following a scoreless first period, Carlsbad's Ryan Nubling scored with an assist from Adam Blabac just 78 seconds into the second period after a high-stick penalty was called on Vista. The Lancers struck again in the opening minutes of the third period when Noah Blabac scored off an assist from Brenden Miller following another Vista high-stick penalty that carried over from the end of the second period. Miller added two more scores, including an unassisted power-play goal after a tripping penalty on the Wolves. Miller's second goal came with 3:45 left after assists from Evan Hamm and Jonathan Chesney. Jeffery Miles saved all of the nine shots he faced tending goal for Carlsbad, which had 22 shots on goal. Vista goaltender Amanda Ewing made 18 saves. Vista was called for 12 penalties, while just two were whistled on the Lancers.


posted 02/23/2015
Jr High In-Line Hockey Recap Week 6

North I holds off Mesa Verde I rush
 
North I skated to a big lead before nearly running out of luck on Friday the 13th. Withstanding a furious rally by Mesa Verde I after taking a 5-1 lead, North I held on for a 6-5 victory in a San Diego District Hockey League junior high school Division 1A in-line hockey contest Feb. 13 at the Escondido Sports Center. Kris Coker scored three goals for North I, including what proved to be the game winner off an assist from Oskari Vakki with 3:36 left to play in the third period. Coker also scored unassisted goals in the first and second periods. Vakki also assisted on a pair of second-period goals by Sam Cavassa, and Giancarlo Hasapopoulos added a goal late in the second period as North I built a four-goal lead going into the third period. The only score for Mesa Verde I in the first two periods was a Josh Groll goal assisted by Dagin Gregory early in the second period, but Groll scored again just over a minute into the third period with an assist from Tyler Wilson. A few minutes later it was Gregory scoring a pair of goals one minute apart to close North I's lead to 5-4. Groll assisted on Gregory's second goal with 8:04 left on the clock. Coker's third goal put North I back up by two, but Mesa Verde I came back again when Groll assisted on a goal by Gavin Lissebeck with 2:56 remaining in regulation time. There was no further scoring the rest of the way. North I had a 29-21 advantage in shots on goal. Winning goaltender A.J. Maisano made 16 saves, while Mesa Verde I goalie Kelso Cook had 23 saves.
 
Ian Currie scored three goals and assisted on two more, leading Roosevelt to a 6-3 win over Mesa Verde II in a SDDHL junior high 2A contest Feb. 13 at the Sports Center. The game was tied at 1-1 in the first period after Currie scored for Roosevelt and Christopher Ritchie did likewise for Mesa Verde II. But the tie lasted only 34 seconds before Kai Siebert scored to give Roosevelt a lead it never lost. Currie scored again less than a minute later with an assist from Isabella Bowman, and Currie assisted on a goal by Jacob Montero early in the second period as the Wildcats assumed a 4-1 lead. Gregory assisted on a goal by Tyler Boggess for Mesa Verde II, but Currie responded by scoring his third goal with just 24 seconds remaining in the period. The two squads exchanged goals in the third period, with Currie assisting on a goal by Bowman for Roosevelt, and Ritchie scoring his second goal for Mesa Verde II with just under five minutes remaining. Roosevelt took 30 shots on goal while Mesa Verde II took 20. Jordan Coons was the winning goaltender for Roosevelt with 17 saves. Mesa Verde II net minder Andrew Prescott had 24 saves.
 
West District scored the first eight goals of the game and went on to a 9-5 victory over Heritage in a SDDHL junior high 2A game Feb. 13 at the Sports Center. Seven different players scored the first seven goals for West, including Colby Strayer, Caiden Costello, Rylan Goodwin, Nate Simmons, Caden Goodwin, Jace Phillips and Evan West. Phillips, Strayer and Caden Goodwin also had assists during the scoring run, and Raymond Corney provided two assists. Costello scored his second goal midway through the second period for an 8-0 West lead. Rylan Goodwin also scored a second goal in the final minute of the second period with another assist from Caden Goodwin.  Coral Bradley, Bryce Mendoza and Bryson Cannon scored second-period goals for Heritage, with Bryce Mendoza assisting on Bradley's goal. Joshua Aldridge and Cannon scored third-period goals, but it was not enough for Heritage. West took 37 shots on goal, and the White Tigers had 26 shots. Winning goaltender James Coker made 21 saves for West.
 
Cavanaugh Hughes netted three goals as Martin Luther King skated to a 9-3 victory over Rincon in a SDDHL junior high 2A game Feb. 13 at the Sports Center. Joshua Perkoski scored two goals for M.L. King, Noah Anschuetz had one goal and one assist, and Jaden Alton, Isaac Du and Nick Toms scored one goal apiece. Conner Jaquess, Noe Santos and Zac Miszkiewicz scored goals for Rincon, and Miszkiewicz assisted on the goal by Santos. M.L. King had a 29-28 edge in shots on goal. Connor Hughes made 25 saves tending goal for M.L. King.


posted 02/20/2015
Jr Varsity In-Line Hockey Recap Week 6

M&M connection sweet for Mt. Carmel JV
 
Braeden Mitchell and Michael Mastricola combined on three goals, including two in the pivotal third period as Mt. Carmel outlasted San Marcos, 4-2, in high school junior varsity action for the San Diego District Hockey League on Feb. 12 at the Escondido Sports Center. Jason Zeis scored the only goal of the first period for San Marcos. Mt. Carmel countered with second-period goals by Mastricola assisted by Miles Noel, and by Mitchell assisted by Mastricola. With just under nine minutes left to play in the third period, Zeis scored again for San Marcos to tie the game at 2-2. A little more than two minutes later, the tie was broken when Mastricola assisted on a Mitchell power-play goal shortly after a high-sticking penalty was called on San Marcos. Mastricola added another goal in the final minute of play with an assist from Mitchell. East team took 17 shots on goal. Ian Thompson made 15 saves as the winning goaltender for Mt. Carmel.
 
Jacob Groll scored five goals and assisted on another as Westview cruised to a 12-2 win over Rancho Bernardo in SDDHL high school JV in-line play Feb. 12 at the Sports Center. Groll netted the first goal of the game just 67 seconds after the opening face-off and he scored the last goal of the game with just over a minute to play. Jason Gyrcary assisted on Groll's first goal and went on to score three goals of his own. Ethan Eisele scored two goals, Skyler Schulte had one goal and one assist, Adam Cummings scored one goal, and Laurent Lee had one assist. Thomas Derbin and Taylor Bosco scored goals for Rancho Bernardo, with Jeff Bauer assisting on Bosco's goal. The Wolverines had a 30-8 shots-on-goal advantage, with Grigory Oleynichencko needing to make just six saves as the winning goaltender.
 
Drew Murchison and Mackenzie Fink scored three goals apiece as Temecula Valley skated to an 8-1 victory over Escondido Charter in a SDDHL high school JV in-line contest Feb. 12 at the Sports Center. Fink also assisted on goals by Noah Ortolano and Sean Green. Thomas Deschepper assisted on two of Murchison's goals, and Ortolano assisted on two Fink goals scored just two minutes apart in the second period. Escondido Charter avoided being shut out when Josh Scrivner scored off an assist from Jacob Chatton with 3 1/2 minutes to play in the third period. Madelyn Gudat saved 10 of 11 shots tending goal for Temecula Valley.
 
Grigory Oleynichenko knocked aside 11 of the 12 shots he faced tending goal for Westview to help secure a 4-1 victory over Escondido Charter in a SDDHL high school JV game Feb. 12 at the Sports Center. Laurent Lee and Jacob Groll scored first-period goals for Westview, and Lee added another goal just one minute into the second period. Nathan Pew scored a second-period goal for Charter off an assist from Shane Alman, but Jason Gyrcary scored with 3 1/2 minutes to play off an assist from Skyler Schulte to seal the outcome for Westview. Escondido Charter goaltender Will Meni saved 19 of 23 shots.


posted 02/19/2015
High School In-Line Hockey Recap Week 6

Temecula Valley prevails in shootout
 
A seesaw battle resulted in a shootout after Temecula Valley and Carlsbad skated to a 8-8 draw in regulation time, and it was the Golden Bears who scored the only two shootout goals as the San Diego District Hockey League resumed high school varsity in-line hockey competition Feb. 11 at the Escondido Sports Center. The first two periods were a two-sided affair; with Temecula Valley scoring there first three goals of the game before Carlsbad scored five unanswered goals to take a 5-3 lead into the third period. Temecula Valley still trailed by three goals at 7-4 with less than seven minutes remaining when Cory Ward ignited the comeback for the Golden Bears.  Ward scored goals less than three minutes apart with assists from Ben Dunford and Tristan Lange to make it a 7-6 game, but Carlsbad's Coleman Depretis scored with 3 1/2 minutes remaining to boost Carlsbad's lead back to two goals. Ward and Joe Maurer then connected on two goals for Temecula Valley in the final minute of the period. Ward scored off an assist from Maurer with 44 seconds left, and Ward assisted on the game-tying goal by Maurer with just eight seconds remaining on the clock. The only goals of the shootout were scored by Josh Wilshire and Dunford for Temecula Valley. Ward finished with four goals and one assist for Temecula Valley, Dunford finished with three goals and one assist, Maurer had two goals and three assists, and Lange and Christopher Snider each had one assist.  Depretis finished with four goals to lead Carlsbad, Blake Woods scored three goals, Jagger Denys had one goal and two assists, Jacob Grove had two assists, and Tristan Nava had one assist.
 
Dustin Clemens scored a pair of third-period goals to help allow Escondido Charter to break away from a 3-3 deadlock and post a 6-4 victory over Vista in a SDDHL high school varsity in-line hockey game Feb. 11 at the Escondido Sports Center. The two teams battled to a 2-2 tie after the first 10 minutes of play. Evan Medeiros and Clemens scored goals for Charter, with Dylan Woods assisting on the goal by Clemens, while Ethan Cummings and Nate Honorio scored goals for Vista, with Kaelen Taylor assisting on Cummings' goal. Joey Mendoza broke the tie for Charter with 1:45 left in the opening period off an assist from Gunnar Gott, but after a mostly scoreless second period Vista responded with one minute left in the period when Brooks Johnson scored off an assist from Honorio. Clemens broke the 3-3 tie just 78 seconds into the third period with his second goal for Charter, this one on the power play with another assist from Woods. Taylor scored a power-play goal for Vista, but Jono Pecoraro countered for Charter with just under four minutes remaining, and there was no additional scoring. Escondido Charter out-shot Vista 7-3 in the pivotal third period and had an 18-13 advantage for the game.  
 
Mission Vista scored the first seven goals of the game en route to a 9-5 triumph over Del Norte in a SDDHL high school in-line contest Feb. 11 at the Sports Center. Tanner Gates had his stick in on the first six goals for the Timberwolves. He assisted on the first two goals by Tyler Wilhelm and Christian Currie before scoring a goal with an assist from Cameron Rorick. Gates then assisted on the next three goals by Rorick, Currie and Tyler Boostra. Rorick assisted on another goal by Boostra for a 7-0 lead before Del Norte finally got on the scoreboard with 9:10 left in the second period on an unassisted goal by Tatu Kunto. Gates went on to add two more assists on goals in the second period by Rorick and in the third period by Boonstra. Eddie Hasell scored three goals for Del Norte, Kunto and Conner Kim each scored a goal, and Ryan Carlson had one assist. Mission Vista took 29 shots on goal to 17 for Del Norte. Samantha White was the winning goaltender with 12 saves.


posted 02/18/2015
Jr High Ice Hockey Recap Week 16

Eagles score Moore, repel Vikings

 

Clayton Moore scored three goals and assisted on two more to lead the San Marcos Eagles to an 8-1 triumph over the Carlsbad Vikings in junior high ice hockey competition for the San Diego District Hockey League on Feb. 4 at the Escondido Ice-Plex. Moore had an assist and a goal in the first period as San Marcos took a 2-0 lead that was extended when the Eagles scored in the opening minute of the second period on a goal by Jonathan Harcharik assisted by Aidan MacDonell. Samuel Schlegel scored for Carlsbad less than a minute after Harcharik's goal, but that was the only score allowed by Eagles goaltender Shawn Gonsales for the game. San Marcos went on to score five unanswered goals to wrap up the win. Kyle Clements scored the first goal of the game and finished with two goals and one assist, MacDonell finished with one goal and three assists, Cole Sheridan scored one goal, Nicholas Moore and Hayden Shoemake each had two assists, and Mason Semprini and Harcharik each had one assist.  The shots on goal were nearly even with San Marcos holding a 15-13 edge. Gonsales finished with 12 saves for the Eagles.

 

The South Tritons had trouble getting the pack past Temecula goaltender Ben Greenlee, and the end result was a 7-0 victory for the Jr. Golden Bears in a SDDHL junior high ice hockey game Feb. 7 at the Ice-Plex. Greenlee saved all 16 South shots that came his way, including seven in the third period to help preserve the shutout. Kevin Comer scored the first goal of the game just 26 seconds after the opening face-off. Comer also assisted on the game's second goal by Max Milstead and later scored another goal in the second period. Benjamin Palmer scored two goals and assisted on two others, Josh Ewing and Victor Sabater scored one goal apiece, Daniel Sabater had three assists, Mia Prim had two assists, and Trevor Wirth had one assist. Temecula took 20 shots on goal.

 

Escondido scored first, but Oceanside did nearly all of the scoring after that as the Wildcats skated to a 7-2 victory over the Bears in a SDDHL junior high ice hockey contest Feb. 7 at the Ice-Plex. Giancarlo Hasapopoulos opened the scoring for the Bears just 88 seconds into game action. Oceanside responded with a pair of goals later in the first period as Nathan Smith scored on the power play off an assist from Quincy Maffitt, and Isabella Bowman scored with an assist from Ian Currie. Oceanside padded its lead midway through the second period when Currie scored unassisted. The Bears narrowed the margin to 3-2 when Jackson Poynter scored with 3:41 left in the second period, but the Wildcats scored twice in the final two minutes of the period on goals by Richard White unassisted and by Caiden Costello assisted by Bo Stockbridge. Third-period goals by Currie assisted by White and Stockbridge and by White assisted by Currie capped off the scoring. Oceanside had a commanding 31-8 advantage in shots on goal. Wildcats goaltender Zane Breier faced just one shot in the third period and finished with six saves.

 

Goals came at a premium as the San Marcos Eagles and Central Mustangs skated to a 2-2 tie in a SDDHL junior high ice hockey clash Feb. 7 at the Ice-Plex. Justin Kaufman needed just 50 seconds to score the game's first goal for Central, but that was the only scoring of the first period and San Marcos rallied to tie late in the second period when Kyle Clements scored off an assist from Hayden Shoemake. With barely two minutes elapsed in the third period, San Marcos scored again as Aidan MacDonell fed Shoemake for a goal that gave the Eagles a 2-1 lead. The score remained 2-1 until Central's Luke Rogaski found the back of the net for the game-tying goal with 5:17 left in the third period. Kaufman had the assist on the goal and there was no additional scoring the rest of the way. The Mustangs had a 20-14 advantage in shots on goal. Shawn Gonsales made 18 saves for San Marcos, while Central net minder A.J. Maisano had 12 saves.


posted 02/16/2015
High School Ice Hockey Recap Week 16

Golden Bears awake to subdue Lancers

 

Temecula Valley spotted Carlsbad a 1-0 lead after one period of play before the Golden Bears came out of hibernation for a 4-1 victory in a San Diego District Hockey League high school ice hockey contest Feb. 7 at the Escondido Ice-Plex. Derek McInerney opened the scoring when he put the Lancers on the board midway through the first period with an assist from Stefan Stojanovic. Temecula Valley netted the tying goal two minutes into the second period when Drew Murchison scored with the help of assists from Daniel Reich and Kainoa Fuentes.  The score remained tied at 1-1 until there were less than six minutes remaining in the third period. Murchison broke the tie with his second goal off an assist from Jed Ponder with 5:47 left, and the Golden Bears sealed the outcome by scoring twice in the final minute of play on goals by Joseph Maurer assisted by Reich and by Ari Rotell assisted by Tristan Lange. Ben Greenlee made 15 saves tending goal for Temecula Valley, which had a 26-16 advantage in shots on goal.

 

Joshua Tieman stopped all but one of the 23 shots that came his way to help preserve a 3-1 victory for the South Matadors over the Vista Wolves in a SDDHL high school ice hockey clash Feb. 7 at the Ice-Plex.  Following a scoreless first period, South broke through early in the second period with a goal by Robby Baldwin assisted by Elisa Reece and Justin Mills. An unassisted goal by Caleb Blevins with 10 1/2 minutes left in the third period padded the Matadors' lead to 2-0. Vista's Brennan Leahey scored off an assist from Nick Detwiler with 7:12 left in regulation time, but South countered with a Jonathan Sorbie insurance goal with just under five minutes to play to seal the deal. Tieman set aside all 16 shots he faced in the first two periods and finished with 22 saves tending goal for the Matadors. Vista goalie Amanda Ewing made 17 saves on 20 shots.

 

Vincent Duong scored a pair of goals in the third period to help lift the East Wolverines to a 4-3 victory over the San Marcos Knights as SDDHL high school ice hockey action shifted to the San Diego Ice Arena for a Feb. 7 contest. The two squads exchanged goals throughout the first two periods of play. Bradley Koplik scored for San Marcos 3 1/2 minutes into the game off an assist from Ryan McCulloch, but the Wolverines responded three minutes later with a goal by Duong assisted by Dylon Adams. The Knights scored again with just under six minutes left in the opening period for a 2-1 lead on an unassisted goal by Carter Schrader. Once again East came back with the tying goal as Adams scored with assists from Wes Rim and Duong just 2 1/2 minutes into the second period. The score remained deadlocked at 2-2 well into the third period until Duong found the back of the net for a power-play goal with 7:38 to play. Adams and Graham Badger assisted on the goal, and Duong scored again with just 52 seconds left off another assist from Rim. McCulloch scored for San Marcos with 44 seconds left off an assist from Oskari Vakki, but time ran out on the Knights. Winning goaltender Mickey Swan made 17 saves for the Wolverines.   


posted 02/16/2015
Jr High In-Line Hockey Recap Week 5

Kaufman ignites North I romp
 
The San Diego District Hockey League resumed junior high school in-line hockey play Feb. 6 at the Escondido Sports Center, where Justin Kaufman scored the first three goals of the game to spark North I to a 13-1 win over Marshall in a Division 1A contest. Kaufman finished with five goals and two assists for the winners. Nicholas Shoman scored two goals and assisted on another, Brandon Trimble had one goal and three assists, while Oskari Vakki, Kris Coker and Cole Rorick each had one goal and two assists. Sam Cavassa chipped in with one goal and one assist, Jack Rogaski scored one goal, and Evin Martinez had one assist. After Trimble gave his team a 3-0 lead in the first period, Sam Lathus scored early in the second period for Marshall with an assist from Jonathan Montgomery to make it a 3-1 contest. But that was the extent of the scoring for Marshall against North I goaltender Martinez. North I nearly doubled Marshall in shots on goal, 43-22.
 
Mesa Verde I built a 3-0 lead through two periods of play and then survived a wild third period for a 6-3 victory over Bernardo Heights in a SDDHL junior high 1A in-line contest Feb. 6 at the Sports Center. The winners took advantage of the power play to score two of their first three goals. Ethan Kuhrt scored a power-play goal late in the first period, and after Dagin Gregory scored midway through the second period, Kuhrt netted another power-play score with just under three minutes left in the period. Matia Isakovic assisted on both second-period goals for Mesa Verde I. Bernardo Heights finally broke through four minutes into the third period with a goal by Gary Li off an assist from Keenan O'Rourke. Mesa Verde I countered less than a minute later when Gregory scored again with an assist from Kuhrt. That was the pattern throughout the third period as Mesa Verde I responded in kind to each Bernardo Heights goal. O'Rourke assisted Niklas Thomas on a goal for Bernardo Heights, only to have Henry Abell answer quickly for Mesa Verde I with an assist from Tyler Lee. Trevor Marquez scored with just over two minutes left with an assist from Thomas, but the final outcome was sealed with 30 seconds to play when Lee assisted on a goal by Tyler Wilson. Mesa Verde I held a 17-12 edge in shots on goal. Winning goaltender Kelso Cook had nine saves.
 
Rylan Farwell scored the first three goals for Rincon and later assisted on three more scores to help propel the Bulldogs to a 10-7 win over North II in a SDDHL junior high 2A contest Feb. 6 at the Sports Center. Zac Miszkiewicz and Matthew Ortega scored two goals apiece for Rincon, which built a 10-5 lead by the midway point of the third period and withstood two North II goals in the final five minutes of play. Noe Santos and Conner Jaquess each had one goal and one assist, Morgan Jaquess scored one goal, and Aidan Preston had one assist. Andrew Franey scored four goals and assisted on another for North II. Michael Rhinehart scored two goals, Tanner Stephan scored one goal, and Luke Rogaski, Maverick Wampler and Spencer Milanowski each had one assist. Rincon had a decided 28-13 advantage in shots on goal.
 
West District goaltender Pasha Bocharov turned aside all 24 shots he faced to protect a 7-0 victory over Mesa Verde II in a SDDHL junior high 2A contest Feb. 6 at the Sports Center. Caden Goodwin provided the offensive push with four goals. There was no scoring until just over a minute to play in the first period, when Colby Stayer scored off an assist from Evan West. Goodwin took over in the second period, scoring twice in the opening five minutes of the period, with both goals assisted by Rylan Goodwin. An unassisted goal by Rylan Goodwin gave West a 4-0 lead after two periods of play. Richard White scored unassisted early in the third period, and Caden Goodwin added two more goals, including one assisted by Rylan Goodwin. West took 37 shots on goal.
 
Junior high in-line action continued Feb. 6 at the Sports Center for the SDDHL with an evenly-played 2A matchup that saw Martin Luther King hold on for a 4-3 victory over Roosevelt. The only goal of the first period came in the opening minutes when M.L. King's Nick Toms assisted on a goal by Cavanaugh Hughes. Roosevelt tied the score four minutes into the second period on a goal by Parker McIlmoil assisted by Ian Currie. Hughes scored again with 45 seconds left in the period, this time unassisted to put M.L. King back in front by one goal going into the third period. The Lions padded their lead five minutes into the final period when Joshua Perkoski scored off an assist from Keelan Alton. Isabella Bowman scored two minutes later for Roosevelt, but Alton and Perkoski hooked up again with Perkoski assisting this time on an Alton goal. Currie scored for Roosevelt off an assist from Bowman with 3:10 remaining in regulation time, but there was no further scoring as M.L. King and goaltender Connor Hughes held on for the win. Hughes made 16 saves on the 19 shots he faced. Roosevelt goalie Jordan Coons made 19 saves while facing 23 shots.


posted 02/13/2015
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