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Milton 3, Berkshire 1 (final):
Milton got goals from Sean Okita and defenseman Pat McNally, who picked the top corner nicely.
Berkshire came back with a late goal by Ryan MacDonald, off a rebound, but McNally added an empty-netter to make it 3-1.
Sean Dougherty picked up the win in the Mustangs net.
Sam Raphael was in goal for Berkshire.
Milton 4, South Kent 0 (final) --
Junior Doo Soo Kim scored a pair of goals, the second of them an unassisted breakaway goal; and Sean Okita and TJ Schneider added single goals to lead the Milton attack.
Dan Bowen had the shutout for Milton.
For South Kent, Rasmus Reijello was in net for the first 30 minutes, and Tom O’Connor played the last five minutes.
Cushing 2, Berkshire 1 (final):
For Cushing, Collin Bourque roofed one on the pp, with an assist going to RJ Boyd. Cushing’s other goal came when freshman Robbie Baillargeon deflected an RJ Boyd shot from the left point.
For Berkshire, Jake Goldberg is out with a bruised shoulder. Their goal was scored when sophomore Trevor Hills made a nice pass out from behind the net onto the stick of Trevor Mingoia. Kyle Lockwood also assisted on the play.
Mike Reed was in goal for Cushing, and Mitch Gillam for Berkshire.
Cushing 3, South Kent 0 (final) --
Cushing got goals from Mike Conderman, Petter Aronsson, and Collin Bourque to win the mini-game, 3-0. Marcus Calvanico got the shutout for Cushing. Brad Frank was in net for South Kent, which, with Mike Pereira, Garrett Clement, and Neil Fachini all departed, appeared a little depleted.
The Milton Academy bus -- the Fung-Wah? -- broke down in Mystic, Conn (though it's moving again), so the schedule has been changed, and will go to the one-period mini-game format. Cushing is playing South Kent now, to be followed by Cushing-Berkshire, Milton-South Kent, and finally Milton-Berkshire.
Delbarton 6, NMH 4 (final)
NMH lead 3-2 at the half, but Delbarton came back with four goals in the second half for a 6-4 win.
For Delbarton, the Michael Ambrosia-Mike Pirovano-Kenny Agostino line accounted for five of their six goals. Dennis Dering got the other, with an assist from defenseman Matt Killian.
Bobby Kaminski and Colton Phinney split 50-50 in the Delbarton net.
For NMH, the Austin Cangelosi-JC Cangelosi-Joe Birmingham line accounted for two goals, and the Nick Gordon-John Scuese-Garrett McMullen line accounted for the other two.
Brandon Komm played the full game in the NMH net.
Dexter 6, Rice Memorial 1 (final) --
Nick Bligh (2g), Mark Fidler (1g,1a), John Magliozzi (1g, 1a), and Cam Darcy (2a) led the Dexter attack. Kevin Green was in net.
Due to injury and sickness, Rice Memorial had to make do with 10 skaters for today’s game.
Gunnery 2, Northwood 2 (final) –
Northwood scored a couple in the first half, but Gunnery came back with a pair of goals second apart midway through the second half.
Alex Vazzano made some nice saves early in the second, keeping Gunnery in the game, and allowing them to come back.
Zach Popp and Chris Powers scored for Northwood. Tommy Fiorentino, Matteo Pieti, Chris Mastropieto each had assists.
Derek Army and Anthony D’Elia scored Gunnery’s goals. Erik Nillson, Nick Luuko, Vinny Scotti,and Terrence Wallin picked up assists.
Raphael Girard was in goal for Northwood.
Gunnery senior forward Matt Milana was injured in the second half, and was taken off on a stretcher. We’ll try to get you an update, but Milana waved as he was taken off on a stretcher following a 15-minute delay during which both teams returned to their dressing rooms. (Update: he’s fine.)
Note: They’re using 35-minute running time halves here.
Nichols 4, Pomfret 1 (final) --
’94-born sophomore center Andrew Poturalski (3g,1a) figured in all four of his team’s goals. Nichols is the youngest prep team we’ve probably ever seen. Four players are ‘92s and the rest are ‘93s, ‘94s, and ‘95s.
Berkshire 2, Kent 1 (final)--
Kent struck first on a Noel Acciari goal. Berkshire came back on goals by Trevor Hills and Trevor Mingoia. Mitch Gillam was in net for Berkshire and Matt Madrazo for Kent. A good, tight game.
NMH 4, Pomfret 4 (final) --
For NMH, Sean Cirbus (2g), Nick Gordon (1g,1a), and Michael Ballard (1g) led the attack. For Pomfret, it was Connor Quinn (2g), Will Archambault (1g), and Cam Geary (1g). Freshman Austin Cangelosi scored on a penalty shot for NMH.
Berkshire 4, Gunnery 1 (final) -- Trevor Mingoia (1g,1a) and Keith Veronesi (2a) each had two points for Berkshire, and Jake Goldberg, Ben Chwick, and Taylor Carmola each had a goal. Gunnery's goal was scored by Anthony D'Elia. The story of this game was the play of new Berkshire goaltender Mitch Gillam, a junior. Gillam, who only allowed one goal to Kent in the morning game, was strong from start to finish, and Gunnery put a lot of shots in him, especially in the second half. Alex Vazzano was in goal for Gunnery.
NMH 5, Brunswick 1 (final) --
Brunswick went up 1-0 on a goal by Bo Stafford, but NMH answered with goals by Austin Cangelosi, Garrett McMullen, Nick Gordon, Gabe Colona, and Joe Birmingham. Branden Komm was in net for NMH.
Gunnery 5, South Kent 1 (final) – The line of Erik Nillson, Derek Army, and Terrence Wallin led the way for Gunnery. Army had three points (2g,1a), while Wallin (1g,1a), and Nilsson (2a) each had two. Vinny Scottti and Russell Suskind also scored for Gunnery. South Kent’s goal was scored by defenseman Nick Riccio.
Nichols 3, Brunswick 2 (final) --
Poturalski (1g,1a) figured in two of his team's three goals.
Kent 2, South Kent 0 (final) --
Kent senior goaltender Marco DeFilippo looked strong in the shutout win. Matt McDonnell scored Kent's first goal early in the second half, and Tom Zerbo added an empty-netter in the final minute of play. Brad Frank was in net for South Kent.
St. Paul’s Jamboree Scores
Tabor 3, St. Paul’s 1
Canterbury 6, Taft 3
Tabor 5, Canterbury 3
St. Paul’s 2, Taft 1
Tabor 7, Taft 4
St. Paul’s 4, Canterbury 1
11/29/09 -- We'll have more on these games Tuesday. Hopefully, there will be time to write on the off-day between jamborees.
At the morning session at the St. Paul's Jamboree, Tabor topped St. Paul's, 3-1, and Canterbury defeated Taft, 6-3.
At RPI's Houston Field House in Troy, NY, where yesterday's order of the day was mini-games, today it is full-bore games -- two 25-minute halves to be specific -- and two games have been played so far. In the first, Delbarton topped Upper Canada College, 4-2, and in the second Culver beat Kimball Union, 6-2. We will have more on these games later on. Salisbury and Pomfret are on the ice for warmups now, and their game, the last of the day, will count in the NEPSIHA standings. 18 minute periods.
Final, 4-1, Salisbury:
2-1 Salisbury after one. Both Salisbury goals scored by senior defenseman Brandon Russo, the first on the pp and the second even-strength. With 2:33 left in the period, on the pp, Pomfret junior defenseman Shane Dunphy ripped a one-timer from just below the right face-off circle to cut Salisbury's lead in half.
PG Sam Gifford is in goal for Pomfret, and 6'5" '94-born freshman Jon Gillies is in net for Salisbury.
4-1 Salisbury after 2. Seniors Mike McCann and Kyle Hughes scored in the second to extend Salisbury's lead -- the latter goal came on the power play.
There was no scoring in the third period.
Belmont Hill Jamboree
Belmont, Mass. – We were able to see the morning session at the Belmont Hill Jamboree today, and here’s what we found.
Belmont Hill 2, Winchendon 2 --
Here’s how it went in a nutshell: Belmont Hill sophomore forward Devin Albert scored the only goal of the first period. The second period was scoreless. In the third, Bel Hill went up 2-0 on a wraparound goal by soph Jim Vesey. Winchendon scored both their goals late in the third, both coming off the stick of senior Ross White.
Winchendon will go as far this season as their top line -- White, senior Hugo Turcotte, and senior Phil Arnone – will take them. Their top D pairing consisted of seniors Sean Doherty and Patrick Coulombe. Both Winchendon goaltenders, seniors Simon Brandt and Greg Homer, got time in net, and did a good job.
Belmont Hill is a much more skilled team. But they are also very young, with 10 sophs and four freshmen on their 23-man roster. And the youngsters are impressive. Vesey was very good, appearing very comfortable out there. Albert was good too. Freshman defenseman Matt Grzelcyk played well, albeit a little more cautiously than when playing against opponents his own age. Terry Goguen was another soph d-man who played well. If they hold onto all those kids for a couple of years, Belmont Hill could get on another roll.
Of the older Belmont Hill players, junior center Brandon McNally stood out – not exactly a surprise. Senior Brendan Fadden was very noticeable, too – he never stopped working. He’s on the small side, but will make a nice NESCAC prospect.
Derek Metcalfe was solid in net.
Governor’s 7, Proctor Academy 3 –
Governor’s, under new head coach Mike Delay, had no problem with Proctor.
Governor’s has two strong lines this season, and today the line centered by senior Brett Riley, with junior Brian Ward and freshman Nathan Ferriero on the wings, was pretty unstoppable, accounting for five of Governor’s seven goals. For the record, Riley and Wared each had a pair, and the youngest Ferriero added a singleton.
Governor’s other scoring line has senior Cody Ferriero centering seniors Josh Adinolfo and Jake Picking. Adinolfo and Picking each picked up a goal.
Proctor had a hard time. Because of a swine flu epidemic a large number of students, including seven hockey players, were sent home a couple weeks ago, so the team didn’t have their first full-squad practice until last night. Their biggest problem today was overall defensive play, and goaltending in particular. Once again, Keith Buehler, now a senior, is the go-to guy. He’s an average skater but has a real head for the game and nose for the net. He didn’t have his best game today, but is dangerous nonetheless. The best player for Proctor today was lanky ’93 sophomore LC Jon Felteau, who made a really nice pass on Proctor’s first goal, off the stick of sophomore Ryan Kangas, and then scored their second goal, off a feed from senior Connor Toomey. Another very noticeable player for Proctor was sophomore Ryan Rumble, who played on a line with Felteau and Kangas.
Buehler scored the Hornets’ third goal, from Connor Toomey and Nik Tasiopoulos.
11/24/09 updated 11/28 Rosters Received
Rosters ReceivedBelow are the team rosters that coaches have posted to USHR as of this morning. We encourage any coaches who have finished picking their team to post the roster as soon as possible.
2009-10 rosters received (29):
Berwick -- new
Brunswick -- new
Kimball Union -- new
Millbrook -- new
NYA -- new
Pomfret -- new
South Kent -- new
11/24/09 updated 11/29
Schedules Received, and Missing
Here are the prep schedules that coaches, as of this morning, have uploaded directly to USHR. We follow with a list of schools that we are still waiting on. Coaches – we really need your help on this, because in a few days we have to start working on the weekly composite schedules. College recruiters, scouts, and fans rely on these schedules being available and accurate. We want to make sure your school’s games are included – and that’s why we’re leaning on you.
2009-10 schedules received (46):
Avon Old Farms
Berkshire -- new
Deerfield -- new
Kents Hill -- new
South Kent -- new
We are missing schedules from:
Albany Academy, Belmont Hill, Brooks, Groton, Holderness, Hotchkiss, King-Low, Lawrence, Loomis-Chaffee, Milton, Nobles, Pingree, Portsmouth Abbey, Roxbury Latin, Rye CD, St. George’s, and Thayer.
Prep Tournaments and Jamborees:
Yale Prep Showcase Schedule
Here’s the schedule for the Yale Prep Showcase, which will be held at Yale’s Ingalls Rink – newly renovated, by the way – on Sunday Nov. 22.
9:00 am – Gunnery vs. Northwood
11:00 am – Rice Memorial vs. Dexter
1:00 pm – NMH vs. Delbarton
3:00 pm – South Kent vs. Milton Academy
5:00 pm – Berkshire vs. Cushing
We like the way this pre-season jamboree is set up, as these are matchups that you won’t see during the regular season.
Right now, it’s looking like the games will be two 35-minute running halves with stop-time for power plays.
Belmont Hill Jamboree Schedule
The Belmont Hill Jamboree will be held on Saturday Nov. 28 at Belmont Hill.
8:30 am – Belmont Hill vs. Winchendon
10:00 am – Governor’s vs. Proctor
1:00 pm – Proctor vs. Belmont Hill
2:30 pm – Winchendon vs. Governor’s
All games will consist of three 15-minute periods (with ice cut after the second period).
Salisbury Thanksgiving College Showcase Schedule
Here is the schedule for the Salisbury Thanksgiving College Showcase, to be held at Union College and RPI Sat.-Sun. Nov. 28-29. The teams participating will be: Salisbury, Delbarton, Culver, Kimball Union Academy, Pomfret, and Upper Canada College.
The mini-games on Saturday will be 25 minutes in length. On Sunday, the game between UCC and Delbarton will be an exhibition game and will consist of two 25-minute halves. The other two games on Sunday will be regulation games. The Salisbury-Pomfret game will count toward NEPSIHA standings.
Sat. Nov. 28, 2009 – Mini-Games @ Union College’s Achilles Center; Schenectady, NY
12:15 pm -- UCC vs. Salisbury
1:05 pm -- Pomfret vs. KUA
1:55 pm -- Culver vs. Delbarton
2:45 pm -- UCC vs. KUA
3:35 pm -- Delbarton vs. Salisbury
4:25 pm -- Culver vs. Pomfret
5:15 pm -- Salisbury vs. KUA
6:05 pm -- Delbarton vs. Pomfret
6:55 pm -- UCC vs. Culver
Sun. Nov. 29, 2009 @ RPI’s Houston Fieldhouse; Troy, NY
11:15 am -- Game 1: Upper Canada vs. Delbarton
1:30 pm -- Game 2: Kimball Union vs. Culver
3:45 pm -- Game 3: Salisbury vs. Pomfret School
If you need more hockey in addition to the above, keep in mind that the RPI College Hockey Tournament will take place Fri.-Sat. Nov. 27-28. RPI, Union, Lake Superior State, and Bentley will be participating.
SPS Jamboree Schedule
Here is the schedule for the St. Paul’s School Jamboree, to be held at the school on Sun.-Mon. Nov. 29-30.
Sun. Nov. 29, 2009:
10:00 a.m. – St. Paul's vs. Tabor
12:15 p.m -- Canterbury vs. Taft
4:00 p.m. -- Canterbury vs. Tabor
6:15 p.m. -- St. Paul's vs. Taft
Mon. Nov. 30, 2009:
10:00 a.m. -- Taft vs. Tabor
12:15 p.m. -- St. Paul's vs. Canterbury
Tilton Northeast Showcase
The Northeast Showcase, held at the Tilton School, gets underway on Friday Nov. 27.
Click on the link -- it's an Excel file -- for the full schedule.
Berkshire Jamboree Schedule
The annual Larry Piatelli Jamboree will face off on Monday, November 30th at the Berkshire School in Sheffield, Mass. Each game will consist of two 25-minute halves.
Monday, November 30, 2009:
9:30 am -- Pomfret vs. Nichols
11:30 am -- Berkshire vs. Kent
1:30 pm -- NMH vs. Pomfret
3:30 pm -- Berkshire vs. Gunnery
10:00 am -- Brunswick vs. NMH
12:00 pm -- South Kent vs. Gunnery
2:00 pm -- Brunswick vs. Nichols
4:00 pm -- South Kent vs. Kent
Founders’ League Jamboree Schedule
Here is the final schedule for the Founders’ League Jamboree, which will be held at the Hotchkiss School on Wed. Dec. 2.
The jamboree will start 45 minutes later than the time found on the tentative schedule we published a couple weeks ago. Also a handful of matchups have been changed to accommodate the travel needs of some teams.
The new starting time is 1:30 pm, with the first game taking place at Dwyer Rink, which is the back rink, and an Olympic sheet. At 1:45 pm, the puck drops at the front rink, and that pattern follows throughout the day.
The games, all mini-games, will be 25-minutes stop time. In order that all of the games start and end on time, it may be necessary to go to running time at the end of a period.
All teams will be playing two mini-games with the exception of Hotchkiss and Salisbury, each of whom will be playing three. Hotchkiss, of course, is the host school, and Salisbury is just a few miles east of Hotchkiss.
Due to the elimination of Div. II this season, Kingswood-Oxford becomes the 11th team in the Founders’ League -- they were already in the Founders’ League in other sports. Each Founders’ League team will be playing them once during the regular season.
Founders’ League Jamboree @ Hotchkiss, 12/2/09:
1:45 pm – Kent vs. Avon (Schmidt Rink)
1:30 pm – Taft vs. Westminster (Dwyer Rink)
2:45 pm – Kent vs. Westminster (Schmidt Rink)
2:30 pm – Taft vs. Avon (Dwyer Rink)
3:45 pm – Trinity-Pawling vs. Deerfield (Schmidt Rink)
3:30 pm – Loomis vs. Hotchkiss (Dwyer Rink)
4:45 pm – Salisbury vs. Deerfield (Schmidt Rink)
4:30 pm – Trinity-Pawling vs. Loomis (Dwyer Rink)
5:45 pm – Choate vs. Hotchkiss (Schmidt Rink)
5:30 pm – Kingswood vs. Salisbury (Dwyer Rink)
6:45 pm – Choate vs. Salisbury (Schmidt Rink)
6:30 pm – Kingswood vs. Hotchkiss (Dwyer Rink)
Rider Cup Tournament
-- at Albany Academy, Albany, NY; Sat.-Sun. Dec. 12-13, 2009.
Sat. Dec. 12:
10:00 am – Winchendon vs. Albany Academy
12:30 pm – Lawrenceville vs. Wyoming Seminary
2:30 pm – Hill vs. Winchendon
5:00 pm – Millbrook vs. Lawrenceville
7:00 pm – Hill vs. Albany Academy
9:00 pm – Wyoming Seminary vs. Millbrook
Sun. Dec. 13:
10:00 am – Pool A 3rd Place vs. Pool B 3rd Place
12:00 pm – Pool A 2nd Place vs. Pool B 2nd Place
2:00 pm – Pool A 1st Place vs. Pool B 1st Place
Exeter Invitational Schedule
-- at Phillips Exeter Academy; Exeter, NH, Dec. 17-20, 2009
Thurs. Dec. 17:
4:00 pm – South Kent vs. Holderness
Fri. Dec. 18:
2:30 pm – Stanstead vs. New Hampton
3:30 pm – South Kent vs. Hebron
5:00 pm – Exeter vs. Holderness
6:00 pm – Green Mountain Glades vs. Valley Warriors (EJHL)
7:30 pm – Junior Bruins vs. NH Jr. Monarchs (EJHL)
Sat. Dec. 19:
12:30 pm – Hebron vs. Stanstead
3:00 pm – South Kent vs. Berwick
3:30 pm – Exeter vs. New Hampton
6:00 pm – Wyoming Seminary vs. H
Sun. Dec. 20:
1:30 pm – Exeter vs. South Kent
2009 Governor's Academy Holiday Showcase
-- At Governor's Academy; Byfield, Mass.; Fri.-Sun. Dec. 18-20, 2009
Fri. Dec. 18:
5:30 pm – Governor’s vs. Millbrook
7:30 pm -- Tilton vs. Northwood
Sat. Dec. 19:
10:00 am -- Governor's vs. Northwood
12:00 pm -- Millbrook vs. Tilton
5:00 pm -- Northwood vs. Millbrook
7:00 pm -- Governor’s vs. Tilton
Sun. Dec. 20:
9:30 pm -- Wyoming Seminary vs. Northwood
11:30 pm -- Stanstead vs. Tilton
2:00 pm – Governor’s vs. Berwick
36th Annual Lawrence/Groton Schedule
The 2009 Lawrence/Groton Holiday Tournament will be held Thurs.-Sat. Dec. 19 at Lawrence Academy and Groton School (which has two sheets). The tournament is very different looking than it was two years ago, or even last year when Lawrence and Governor’s joined up in what turned out to be a one-year experiment.
This year’s tournament will have an eight-team Tournament Division as well as a ten-team Showcase Division.
The traditional Friday night Lawrence vs. Cushing matchup is still in place.
The way the champion of this year’s Lawrence/Groton Tournament will be determined will start with a point system – three for a win, one for a tie and one additional for a shootout win. If two teams are tied after the round robin, the first tiebreaker is head-to-head competition, followed by goal differential (with a maximum of five, to discourage blowout wins). On Friday night Dec. 18, the tournament committee will add the points up and to determine who plays in Saturday’s championship game. There will be no third, fifth, or seventh place games. Rather, the committee -- Kevin Potter is the Lawrence coach, while Bill Riley is the new coach at Groton this season -- will schedule games for Saturday morning among the six remaining teams. In scheduling these three games, Potter and Riley will attempt to match up teams that didn’t meet in the round robin, while at the same time matching up teams of roughly equal ability.
Culver Military Academy—Culver, IN
Cushing Academy—Ashburnham, MA
Groton School—Groton, MA
Lawrence Academy—Groton, MA
North Yarmouth Academy—Yarmouth, ME
Pomfret School—Pomfret, CT
Proctor Academy—Proctor, NH
The Hill School—Pottstown, PA
Apple Core (EJHL)
Boston Jr. Bruins (EJHL)
Florida Everblades 95’s
New England Huskies (EJHL)
New England Huskies (Empire)
New England Stars 95’s
Top Gun 95’s
Thursday, December 17, 2009:
3:00 pm -- Culver Academy vs. Cushing Academy -- at Groton
4:00 pm -- NE Huskies (EJHL) vs. Boston Jr. Bruins (EJHL) -- at Groton
4:00 pm -- LA JV vs. Cushing B -- at LA
5:00 pm -- Proctor Academy vs. Groton School -- at Groton
6:00 pm -- Pomfret School vs. Lawrence Academy -- at LA
6:00 pm -- Top Gun 95’s vs. New England Stars 95’s -- at Groton
7:20 pm -- Academie Saint-Louis vs. NE Huskies (Empire) -- at Groton
8:00 pm -- The Hill School vs. North Yarmouth Academy -- at LA
Friday, December 18, 2009:
9:00 am -- Lawrence Academy JV vs. Florida Everblades 95’s -- at LA
9:00 am -- Culver Academy vs. Proctor Academy -- at Groton
10:00 am -- Cushing Academy vs. Hill School -- at Groton
11:00 am -- North Yarmouth Academy vs. Lawrence Academy -- at LA
11:00 am -- Pomfret School vs. Groton School -- at Groton
4:00 pm -- Hill School vs. Culver Academy -- at Groton
4:00 pm -- Top Gun 95’s vs. Florida Everblades 95’s -- at LA
5:00 pm -- North Yarmouth Academy vs. Groton School -- at Groton
6:00 pm -- Proctor Academy vs. Pomfret School -- at LA
7:00 pm -- Academie Saint-Louis vs. Cushing B -- at Groton
8:00 pm -- Cushing Academy vs. Lawrence Academy -- at LA
Saturday, December 19, 2009:
8:00 am -- Florida Everblades 95’s vs. Academie Saint-Louis -- at Groton
10:00 am -- Game C -- at Groton
10:00 am -- Game B -- at LA
10:15 am -- Game A -- at Groton
12:00 pm -- LA/Groton Championship Game -- at Groton
2:30 pm -- Apple Core (EJHL) vs. NE Huskies (EJHL) -- at Groton
36th Annual Lawrence-Groton Holiday Tournament Schedule (PDF Document)
27th Annual Avon Old Farms Xmas Classic
-- at Avon Old Farms; Avon, Conn., Dec. 17-18-19, 2009
Pierpont Division: Berkshire, St. Paul’s, The Gunnery, Trinity-Pawling.
Trautman Division: Avon Old Farms, Loomis-Chaffee, Tabor Academy, Kent School.
Thurs. Dec. 17, 2009:
3:00 pm – Loomis-Chaffee vs. Avon
5:00 pm – Gunnery vs. Trinity-Pawling
7:00 pm – Kent vs. Tabor
9:00 pm – Berkshire vs. St. Paul’s
Fri. Dec. 18, 2009:
9:00 am – Gunnery vs. Berkshire (at Trinity College Rink)
9:00 am – St. Paul’s vs. Trinity-Pawling
11:00 am – Tabor vs. Loomis-Chaffee (at Trinity College Rink)
11:00 am – Kent vs. Avon
3:00 pm – Trinity-Pawling vs. Berkshire
5:00 pm – St. Paul’s vs. Gunnery
7:00 pm – Loomis-Chaffee vs. Kent
9:00 pm – Tabor vs. Avon
Sat. Dec. 19, 2009:
8:30 am – 4th Place Pierpont vs. 4th Place Trautman
10: 30 am – 3rd Place Pierpont vs. 3rd Place Trautman
1:30 pm – 2nd Place Pierpont vs. 2nd Place Trautman
3:30 pm -- 1st Place Pierpont vs. 1st Place Trautman
45th Annual Flood-Marr Tournament
-- at Milton Academy (Friday 12/18 and Sunday 12/20) and at Noble & Greenough (Saturday 12/19).
Noble & Greenough
Fri. Dec. 18, 2009, Roberts Rink, Milton
9:00 am – Kimball Union vs. Milton
11:00 am – Salisbury vs. Deerfield
1:00 pm – Nobles vs. Andover
3:00 pm – Westminster vs. Hotchkiss
5:00 pm – Deerfield vs. Milton
7:00 pm – Kimball Union vs. Salisbury
Sat. Dec. 19, 2009, Flood Rink, Nobles
9:00 am – Hotchkiss vs. Nobles
11:00 am – Andover vs. Westminster
1:00 pm – Deerfield vs. Kimball Union
3:00 pm – Salisbury vs. Milton
5:00 pm – Westminster vs. Nobles
7:00 pm – Andover vs. Hotchkiss
Sun. Dec. 20, 2009, Roberts Rink, Milton
8:00 am -- 7th Place Game -- 4th Place Owen vs. 4th Place Harding
10:00 am -- 5th Place Game -- 3rdPlace Owen vs. 3rd Place Harding
12:00 pm -- 3rd Place Game -- 2nd Place Owen vs. 2nd Place Harding
2:00 pm -- 1st Place Game – 1st Place Owen vs. 1st Place Harding
Brooks-Pingree Holiday Tournament
-- at Brooks School and the Pingree School; Fri.-Sun. Dec. 18-20, 2009
Brooks Division: Brooks School, Kingswood-Oxford, Northwood School, Portsmouth Abbey.
Pingree Division: Pingree School, Dexter, Kents Hill, Rye Country Day.
Fri. Dec. 18, 2009:
4:00 pm -- Portsmouth Abbey vs. Kingswood-Oxford
4:00 pm – Pingree vs. Dexter
6:15 pm – Brooks vs. Northwood
6:15 pm – Kents Hill vs. Rye CD
Sat. Dec. 19, 2009:
8:45 am – Brooks vs. Kingswood-Oxford
8:45 am – Pingree vs. Rye CD
11:00 am – Northwood vs. Portsmouth Abbey
11:00 am – Dexter vs. Kents Hill
5:45 pm – Kingswood-Oxford vs. Northwood
5:45 pm – Rye CD vs. Dexter
8:00 pm – Brooks vs. Portsmouth Abbey
8:00 pm – Pingree vs. Kents Hill
Sun. Dec. 20, 2009:
10:00 am – TBD
10:00 am – TBD
12:00 pm – Championship Game
12:00 pm – TBD
St. Sebastian’s Xmas Tournament
-- At St. Sebastian’s School, Needham, Mass., Fri.-Sun. Dec. 18-20, 2009
Fri. Dec. 18:
Game 1: 2:00 pm – Winchendon vs. St. Andrew’s College
Game 2: 4:00 pm -- St. Sebastian’s vs. Albany Academy
Game 3: 6:00 pm -- Thayer vs. Williston-Northampton
Game 4: 8:00 pm -- Rivers vs. Boston Advantage
Sat. Dec. 19:
Game 5: 11:00 am – Loser Game 1 vs. Loser Game 2
Game 6: 1:00 pm – Loser Game 3 vs. Loser Game 4
Game 7: 3:00 pm – Winner Game 1 vs. Winner Game 2
Game 8: 5:00 pm – Winner Game 3 vs. Winner Game 4
Sun. Dec. 20:
Game 9: 9:00 am – Loser Game 5 vs. Loser Game 6
Game 10: 11:00 am – Winner Game 5 vs. Winner Game 6
Game 11: 1:00 pm – Loser Game 7 vs. Loser Game 8 (3rd Place Game)
Game 12: 3:00 pm – Winner Game 7 vs. Winner Game 8 (Championship Game)
62nd Annual Lawrenceville Christmas Tournament
-- at Lawrenceville and Princeton, NJ; Dec. 19-20, 2009
Upper Canada College
Sat. Dec. 19, 2009:
9:00 am – Game 1: Choate vs. Nichols
9:00 am – Game 2: Belmont Hill vs. NMH (@ Baker Rink; Princeton University)
11:00 am – Game 3: Lawrenceville vs. Canterbury
11:00 am – Game 4: Taft vs. UCC (@ Baker Rink; Princeton University)
2:00 pm – Game 5: Losers of Games 1 & 2
4:00 pm – Game 6: Losers of Games 3 & 4
7:00 pm – Game 7: Winners of Games 1 & 2
9:00 pm – Game 8: Winners of Games 3 & 4
Sun. Dec. 20, 2009:
8:00 am – Losers of Games 5 & 6
10:00 am – Winners of Games 5 & 6
12:00 pm – Losers of Games 7 & 8
2:30 pm – Championship Game: Winners of Games 7 & 8
Nichols-Belmont Hill Holiday Tournament Schedule
-- All games at the Belmont Hill School; Belmont, Mass.
Belmont Hill, Hebron, Kimball Union, Ridley College.
Nichols, Millbrook, South Kent, St. Francis School.
Mon. Dec. 28, 2009:
9:00 am – Belmont Hill vs. Hebron
11:00 am – Kimball Union vs. Ridley
1:00 pm – Nichols vs. Milllbrook
3:00 pm – South Kent vs. St. Francis
6:00 pm – Ridley vs. Belmont Hill
8:00 pm – Kimball Union vs. Hebron
Tues. Dec. 29, 2009:
9:00 am – South Kent vs. Nichols
11:00 am – Millbrook vs. St. Francis
1:00 pm – Ridley vs. Hebron
3:00 pm – Belmont Hill vs. Kimball Union
6:00 pm – Nichols vs. St. Francis
8:00 pm – Millbrook vs. South Kent
Wed. Dec. 30, 2009:
9:00 am -- Semifinal #1: 1st place Blue vs. 2nd place Green
11:00 am – Semifinal #2: 1st place Green vs. 2nd place Blue
2:00 pm -- 7th Place Game: 4th place teams
4:00 pm -- 5th Place Game: 3rd place teams
6:30 pm -- Championship
Foxboro Sports Center Prep School Tournament
-- Wed.-Thurs. Dec. 30-31, 2009 at the Foxboro Sports Center; Foxboro, Mass.
Wed. Dec. 30, 2009 --
1:00 pm – Nobles vs. Williston-Northampton
3:30 pm – St. Sebastian’s vs. Berkshire
Thurs. Dec. 31, 2009 --
1:00 pm – Berkshire vs. Nobles
3:30 pm -- Williston-Northampton vs. St. Sebastian’s
There will be no winner to this tournament. It’s more a series of games. The games, of course, will count toward NEPSIHA standings.
11th Annual BB&N Holiday Showcase
-- at Cambridge, Mass. (except where indicated); Wed.-Thurs. Dec. 30-31, 2009
Participating Schools: BB&N, Dexter School, North Yarmouth Academy, Pingree, Proctor Academy, Roxbury Latin School, Shady Side Academy, Vermont Academy.
Wed. Dec. 30, 2009:
1st Round --
9:00 am – Game #1 – BB&N vs. Roxbury Latin
9:00 am – Game #2 – Pingree vs. Shady Side (@ Dexter School)
11:00 am – Game #3 – Vermont vs. NYA
11:00 am – Game #4 – Dexter vs. Proctor (@ Dexter School)
2nd Round --
1:30 pm – Game #5 – Loser #1 vs. Loser #2
3:30 pm – Game #6 – Semi-finals – Winner #1 vs. Winner #2
5:30 pm – Game #7 –Loser #3 vs. Loser #4
7:30 pm – Game #8 -- Semi-finals – Winner #3 vs. Winner #4
Thurs. Dec. 31, 2009:
8:00 am – Game #9 – Loser #5 vs. Loser #7
10:00 am – Game #10 – Winner #5 vs. Winner #7
12:00 pm – 3rd Place Game – Loser #6 vs. Loser #8
2:00 pm – Championship Game – Winner #6 vs. Winner #8
Cushing/Watkins Tournament Schedule
-- Fri.-Sun. Jan. 1-3, 2010 at Cushing Academy, Ashburnham, Mass.
Note: There’s a change to the Cushing Tournament this year. Nobles and Berkshire are out, opting instead to play a smaller tournament in Foxboro (see below). Replacing those schools will be Northwood and Gunnery.
Fri. Jan. 1, 2010 --
9:00 am -- Lawrence vs. NMH
11:10 am -- Cushing vs. Pomfret
1:20 pm -- Canterbury vs. Gunnery
3:30 pm -- Culver vs. Northwood
5:40 pm -- NMH vs. Pomfret
7:50 pm -- Cushing vs. Lawrence
Sat. Jan. 2, 2010 --
9:00 am -- Culver vs. Canterbury
11:10 am -- Gunnery vs. Northwood
1:20 pm -- Pomfret vs. Lawrence
3:30 pm -- Cushing vs. NMH
5:40 pm -- Northwood vs. Canterbury
7:50 pm -- Gunnery vs. Culver
Sun. Jan. 3, 2010 --
9:00 am -- Fisher 4 vs. Iorio 4
11:10 am -- Fisher 3 vs. Iorio 3
1:20 pm -- Fisher 2 vs. Iorio 2
3:30 pm -- Fisher 1 vs. Iorio 1
Tabor New Year's Tournament
The annual Joshua Weeks New Year's Tournament will be held at Tabor Academy in Marion, Mass. on the weekend of Sat.-Sun. Jan. 2-3, 2010.
Sat. Jan. 2, 2010:
9:00 am -- Milton vs. Governor's
11:00 am -- St. Sebastian's vs. Tilton
1:00 pm -- Tabor vs. Hill
3:30 pm -- Tilton vs. Milton
5:30 pm -- Hill vs. Governor's
7:30 pm -- Tabor vs. St. Sebastian's
Sun. Jan. 3, 2010:
10:00 am -- Game 1
12:00 pm -- Game 2
2:00 pm -- Championship Game
Kents Hill New Year’s Tournament
The Balestri Invitational will be held Sat.-Mon. Jan. 2-4, 2010 at the Kents Hill School.
Participating teams are:
North Yarmouth Academy
Shady Side Academy
Ontario Hockey Acdemy
Sat. Jan. 2:
12:00 pm -- KHS vs Shady Side
2:10 pm -- NYA vs Brooks
4:20 pm -- Hoosac vs Rothesay
6:30 pm -- Stanstead vs OHA
Sun. Jan. 3:
8:00 am -- Stanstead vs KHS
9:45 am -- Shady Side vs OHA
11:30 am -- Hoosac vs NYA
1:15 pm – Brooks vs. Rothesay
3:00 pm -- OHA vs KHS
4:45 pm -- Shady Side vs Stanstead
6:30 pm -- Rothesay vs NYA
8:15 pm -- Brooks vs Hoosac
Mon. Jan. 4:
8:00 am -- Shady Side vs. Rothesay
10:10 am -- Hoosac vs. OHA
2:40 pm -- Brooks vs. Stanstead
4:50 pm -- NYA vs. Kents Hill
12th Annual Stanstead College Invitational Tournament
-- at Stanstead, Quebec Canada; Fri.-Sun. Jan.8- 9-10, 2010
Stanstead College, Upper Canada College, Northwood Midgets, Pro Action Hockey Academy.
Appleby College, Hoosac School, Ontario Hockey Academy, College Ste-Foy
Fri. Jan. 8, 2010:
10:00 am -- Stanstead College vs. Pro Action
12:15 pm -- Upper Canada College vs. Northwood Midgets
2:30 pm – Ste-Foy vs. OHA
4:45 pm – Hoosac vs. Appleby College
7:00 pm – Northwood Midgets vs. Stanstead College
9:15 pm – Pro Action vs. Upper Canada College
Sat. Jan. 9, 2010:
8:00 am – OHA vs. Hoosac
10:15 am – Ste-Foy vs. Appleby College
12:30 pm – Northwood Midgets vs. Pro Action
2:45 pm -- Stanstead College vs. Upper Canada College
5:00 pm -- Appleby College vs. OHA
7:15 pm – Hoosac vs. Ste-Foy
Sun. Jan. 10, 2010:
8:00 am -- 7th Place Game: 4th Red Division vs. 4th White Division
10:15 am -- 5th Place Game 3rd Red Division vs. 3rd White Division
12:30 pm -- 3rd Place Game 2nd Red Division vs. 2nd White Division
2:45 pm -- Championship Game 1st Red Division vs. 1st White Division
The Northwood School team entered in the tournament is the school’s #2 team – i.e. the midget squad, not the junior team. All other teams in the Stanstead Tournament are varsities.
Post-Season NEPSIHA Schedule
- Elite 8 - Scott Stuart/Matt Corkery Tournament
- Larger School – Ken Martin/Tom Earl Tournament
- Smaller School – Larry Piatelli/Sam Simmons Tournament
Quarterfinals for all three tournaments will be held on Wed. March 3. On the weekend of March 5-7 the tournament moves to the Icenter at Salem, NH for semis and finals. Here is the schedule, with times subject to change.
Friday, March 5 5:30 P.M. – Stuart/Corkery Semifinal
8:00 P.M. - Stuart/Corkery Semifinal
Saturday, March 6 9:00 A.M. – Piatelli/Simmons Semifinal
11:30 A.M. – Piatelli/Simmons Semifinal
2:00 P.M. – Martin/Earl Semifinal
4:30 P.M. – Martin/Earl Semifinal
Sunday, March 7 10:30 A.M. – Piatelli/Simmons Final
1:00 P.M. – Martin/Earl Final
3:30 P.M. – Stuart/Corkery Final
Exeter Opens Season With Win
Host Exeter topped Bridgton Academy, 7-1, this afternoon. The top line of senior LW Josh Richards (2g,3a), new junior center Eric Neiley (2g,2a), and 6’4”, 215 lb. postgrad RW Charlie DeVries (1g) accounted for five goals, while PG Jeremy Plante, who centers the second line and is the fourth forward on the PP unit, had two goals of his own. The fifth member of the top power play unit is PG defenseman Kevin Hart, out of Greely HS in Maine.
Senior goaltender Max Fenkell played the first two periods – and the first five minutes of the third – and stopped all 22 shots he faced.
This, of course, was not a NEPSIHA game. For that, Exeter will have to wait until Saturday, when they host Brewster on Saturday at 2:30 pm.
11/12/09 updated 11/22
Schedules & Rosters Received
Here are the prep schedules and rosters that schools, as of today, have uploaded directly to USHR. If any coaches are having difficulty, please contact us. We will continue to update this list frequently, highlighting new schedules and rosters that have been posted.
2009-10 schedules received (35):
Avon Old Farms
Dexter -- new
Kingswood-Oxford -- new
2009-10 rosters received (21):
Dexter -- new
Hoosac -- new
Tabor -- new
Welcome to ’09-10
The '09-10 Prep section is now open.
Last season's prep news, results, roster, schedules, and stats are now archived.
And coaches are now able to start uploading their schools’ schedules and, in due time, rosters.
We will be keeping you updated on which schedules are actually up, so you don’t have to go looking for one that has yet to be uploaded.
Welcome to the new season. We're glad to be here for you. Thank you for your support.