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This Week’s Schedule
Mon. Jan. 16
Appleby College @ Nichols, 4:00 pm
Gunnery @ Trinity-Pawling, 4:30 pm
Hotchkiss @ Berkshire, 4:30 pm
Salisbury @ Choate, 5:00 pm
Millbrook @ Kent, 5:30 pm

Tues. Jan. 17
Westminster @ Kingswood-Oxford, 5:15 pm

Wed. Jan. 18
Brewster Academy @ Tilton, 2:00 pm
Exeter @ Tabor, 2:15 pm
Millbrook @ Gunnery, 2:30 pm
Kent @ Hotchkiss, 2:30 pm
Taft @ Loomis-Chaffee, 2:45 pm
Westminster @ Canterbury, 3:00 pm
St. Sebastian's @ Andover, 3:15 pm
Proctor @ North Yarmouth, 3:30 pm
Middlesex @ Roxbury Latin, 3:30 pm
Bridgton Academy @ Hebron, 3:30 pm
St. Mark's @ Worcester Academy, 3:30 pm
Rye Country Day @ Harvey, 3:45 pm
Groton @ Dexter, 4:00 pm
Avon Old Farms @ Northfield - Mt. Hermon, 4:00 pm
Hoosac @ Albany Academy, 4:00 pm
Thayer @ Cushing, 4:15 pm
Deerfield @ Kimball Union, 4:15 pm
Salisbury @ Trinity-Pawling, 4:30 pm
Portsmouth Abbey @ Pingree, 4:30 pm
Noble & Greenough @ St. Paul's, 4:30 pm
Winchendon @ Pomfret, 4:30 pm
Vermont Academy @ Williston-Northampton, 4:45 pm
Brooks @ Rivers, 4:45 pm
Choate @ Berkshire, 5:00 pm
Berwick @ New Hampton School, 5:00 pm
Delbarton @ Christian Brothers Academy, 5:00 pm
South Kent vs. the Hill School, 5:30 pm (@ U.S. Military Academy)
Milton @ Lawrence Academy, 5:30 pm
Xaverian HS @ Boston College High School, 7:00 pm

Thurs. Jan. 19
Lawrenceville @ Princeton Day School, 4:30 pm

Fri. Jan. 20
Northwood School Invitational (Day 1 of 3)
Lawrenceville @ Trinity-Pawling, 2:15 pm
Roxbury Latin @ Pingree, 3:45 pm
St. Thomas More @ St. Luke's, 4:00 pm
Vermont Academy @ New Hampton School, 4:00 pm
Harvey @ South Kent Varsity B, 4:30 pm
Dexter @ St. Paul's, 5:00 pm
Andover @ Thayer, 5:00 pm
Lawrence Academy @ Noble & Greenough, 5:15 pm
St. Mark's @ BB&N, 5:30 pm
Kimball Union @ Brewster Academy, 5:45 pm
Cushing @ Governor's, 6:00 pm
Kents Hill @ Brunswick, 7:00 pm

Sat. Jan. 21
Northwood School Invitational (Day 2 of 3)
BC High @ St. John's Prep, 12:00 pm
Winchendon @ Millbrook, 2:00 pm
Hotchkiss vs. Exeter, 2:00 pm (@ Brown)
Kimball Union @ Milton, 2:00 pm
BB&N @ Rivers, 2:00 pm
Lawrenceville @ Northfield - Mt. Hermon, 2:15 pm
Kents Hill @ South Kent, 2:30 pm
Avon Old Farms @ Berkshire, 2:30 pm
Kingswood-Oxford @ Trinity-Pawling, 2:30 pm
Governor's @ St. Sebastian's, 3:00 pm
King-Low @ Rye Country Day, 3:00 pm
Pingree @ St. Mark's, 3:00 pm
Middlesex @ Groton, 3:30 pm -- please note: changed to a 2:30 pm start
Williston-Northampton @ Gunnery, 3:30 pm
St. Paul's @ Belmont Hill, 3:30 pm
North Yarmouth @ Worcester Academy, 3:45 pm
Canterbury @ Taft, 4:00 pm
Tilton @ Hebron, 4:00 pm
Brooks @ Holderness, 4:00 pm
Proctor @ Lawrence Academy, 4:15 pm
Pomfret @ Albany Academy, 4:30 pm
Noble & Greenough @ Andover, 4:30 pm
Portsmouth Abbey @ Vermont Academy, 5:00 pm
Loomis-Chaffee @ Westminster, 6:30 pm
Brewster Academy @ New Hampton School, 6:30 pm
Salisbury @ Kent, 7:00 pm
Hill School @ Brunswick, 7:00 pm
Deerfield @ Choate, 7:00 pm
Malden Catholic @ Xaverian HS, 7:30 pm

Sun. Jan. 22
Northwood School Invitational (Day 3 of 3)
Albany Academy vs. Gunnery, 11:15 am (@ RPI)
Northfield - Mt. Hermon @ Taft, 1:00 pm

Mon. Jan. 23
Avon Old Farms @ Westminster, 4:15 pm
St. Paul's @ Holderness, 4:45 pm
Brunswick @ Loomis-Chaffee, 5:00 pm
Millbrook @ Canterbury, 5:15 pm
Kent @ Gunnery, 5:15 pm
Hotchkiss @ Kingswood-Oxford, 5:15 pm

 

 




Prep RPI Rankings
Given that the end of January is soon upon us and teams are beginning to separate themselves from the pack, we felt that it was time to post the current RPI rankings for NEPSHIA teams.  Before we get to the rankings, however, we felt that a quick reminder of what goes into the rankings would be important.  RPI is set up as a way to rank the NEPSHIA teams in an equitable manner and attempts to take into account how well a team has performed and the strength of its schedule. 

The RPI calculations are based on three categories: 

1.                   The first portion of the calculation is based on the team’s own winning percentage, simply put, this is how well a team performs in their own games.  This is important as a team needs to be successful in its own schedule no matter who they play.  A team’s winning percentage is calculated by adding the number of wins plus ½ the number of ties and dividing this total by the number of games played.  Winning percentage accounts for 25% of the total RPI calculation.

2.                   The second portion of the RPI calculation is based on your opponents’ winning percentage.  In other words how good are the teams that you are playing (during the current season)?  Winning percentage is calculated the same way as above, but this time it is calculated based on the total number of your opponents’ wins, plus half their number of ties. Then divide that total by the number of games played by your opponents.  This category is worth 21% of the RPI calculation because how you play (your own winning percentage) should be worth more than how your opponents play (the second category). 

3.                   The third portion of the RPI is based on your opponents’ opponents winning percentage.   This is basically set up as a strength of schedule component, and is an attempt to eliminate much of the variation that can happen to teams on a yearly basis in terms of wins and losses.  This helps to eliminate the need for changing schedules because one team may be stronger or weaker from one year or the next.  This also eliminates the possibility that you can decrease your own RPI by defeating another team.  This third category is worth 54% of the RPI calculation.

The RPI calculations used by NEPSHIA outlined above is the same RPI calculation procedure that is used by Division I college hockey and adopted for use in 2006.  The NEPSIHA playoffs, however, are not just determined based on RPI, but just as college hockey has a system for comparing the top teams (Pairwise Rankings) we have a system to compare the top teams and how they have played against each other known as the JSPR Rankings.   At this point in the season the RPI rankings give the best point of comparison, but in a week or two we will post the first set of JSPR Rankings, along with an explanation of how those numbers are calculated.  For starters, keep in mind that, in order for a team to be considered for the JSPR, they must be in the top 16 teams in terms of RPI. Here then , are the prep RPI rankings going into Wednesday’s games.


1. Nobles        .63214
2. Exeter        .62830
3. Lawrence        .62007
4. Salisbury        .61185
5. Gunnery        .60481
6. Albany Academy    .60354
7. KUA            .60209
8. Berkshire        .59147
9. Avon Old Farms    .58241
10. Cushing        .58039
11. St. Paul's        .57568
12. South Kent        .56901
13. Belmont Hill     .56554
14. Holderness        .56174
15. Choate        .55825
16. Kent        .54991
17. St. Sebastian's    .54893
18. Westminster    .54519
19. Dexter        .53965
20. Governor's        .52509
21. Kents Hill        .52320
22. Brunswick        .52199
23. Brooks        .51935
24. St. Mark's        .51763






This Week’s Schedule
Mon. Jan. 30
Hebron @ Berwick, 3:45 pm -- rescheduled from Fri. 1/27
Trinity-Pawling @ Hotchkiss, 4:30 pm
New Hampton School @ Holderness, 4:45 pm
St. Sebastian’s @ Nobles – postponed to Mon. 2/13 @ 4:45 pm
Salisbury @ Brunswick, 5:00 pm
Princeton Day School @ Rye Country Day, 5:00 pm
Westminster @ Williston-Northampton, 5:00 pm
Kingswood-Oxford @ Taft, 5:00 pm
Portledge @ Millbrook, 5:30 pm
Brooks @ Dexter, 6:00 pm

Tues. Jan. 31
Nichols @ St. Mike's College, 3:00 pm
Delbarton @ Lawrenceville, 5:00 pm
St. John's Prep @ Malden Catholic, 6:00 pm

Wed. Feb. 1
Gunnery @ Millbrook, 2:30 pm
Taft @ Kent, 2:30 pm
Westminster @ Avon Old Farms, 2:30 pm
Proctor @ Brewster Academy, 3:00 pm
Vermont Academy @ Pingree, 3:00 pm
Canterbury @ Berkshire, 3:00 pm
Kimball Union @ Northfield - Mt. Hermon, 3:00 pm
Pomfret @ Dexter, 3:30 pm
Choate @ Hotchkiss, 3:30 pm
BB&N @ Tabor, 3:30 pm
Portsmouth Abbey @ Worcester Academy, 3:30 pm
Bridgton Academy @ New Hampton, 3:30 pm
Trinity-Pawling @ Salisbury, 3:45 pm
Groton @ Rivers, 4:00 pm
Noble & Greenough @ Thayer, 4:00 pm
South Kent @ Albany Academy, 4:00 pm
Hoosac @ Winchendon, 4:00 pm
Stanstead College @ Middlebury College JV, 4:00 pm
Delbarton @ St. Peter's Prep, 4:00 pm
Deerfield @ Andover, 4:00 pm
Don Bosco Prep @ Harvey, 4:00 pm
St. Thomas More @ Avon Old Farms Varsity B, 4:30 pm
Cushing @ Tilton, 3:15 pm
St. George's @ Middlesex, 4:30 pm
Milton @ St. Sebastian's, 4:30 pm
Williston-Northampton @ Loomis-Chaffee, 4:30 pm
Lawrence Academy @ Belmont Hill, 4:30 pm
Holderness @ Exeter, 4:45 pm
Portledge @ Brunswick, 5:00 pm
St. Paul's @ Governor's, 5:00 pm
Kingswood-Oxford @ Rye Country Day, 5:00 pm
North Yarmouth @ Hebron, 5:30 pm
Berwick @ Brooks, 5:30 pm
Roxbury Latin @ St. Mark's, 5:30 pm
Springfield Cathedral @ BC High, 8:00 pm

Thurs. Feb. 2
Greenwich HS @ Rye Country Day, 5:00 pm

Fri. Feb. 3
Northwood @ Philadelphia Revolution (EJHL), 2:00 pm
Holderness @ Cushing, 3:00 pm
Vermont Academy @ Proctor, 4:00 pm
King-Low @ Harvey, 4:00 pm
South Kent @ Dexter, 4:15 pm
Winchendon @ New Hampton, 4:30 pm
Andover @ Belmont Hill, 5:00 pm
Berwick @ Kents Hill, 5:30 pm
St. Paul's @ Noble & Greenough, 5:30 pm
Worcester Academy @ BB&N, 5:30 pm
Ridley College @ Nichols, 6:30 pm
Brunswick @ Albany Academy, 7:00 pm
Don Bosco Prep @ Suffern HS, 7:00 pm
St. Thomas More @ St. George's, 8:00 pm

Sat. Feb. 4
St. Mark's @ Groton, 2:00 pm
Governor's @ Thayer, 2:00 pm
Holderness @ Kimball Union, 2:00 pm
Belmont Hill @ Rivers, 2:00 pm
Roxbury Latin @ St. George's, 2:00 pm
BC High @ Catholic Memorial, 2:00 pm
Middlesex @ Brooks, 2:30 pm
Northwood @ Lawrenceville, 2:30 pm
Vermont Academy @ Northfield - Mt. Hermon, 3:00 pm
St. Sebastian's @ Tabor, 3:00 pm
St. Thomas More @ Portsmouth Abbey, 3:30 pm
Brunswick @ Hoosac, 3:30 pm
Portsmouth Abbey @ Worcester Academy, 3:45 pm
Pingree @ Kents Hill, 4:00 pm
Exeter @ Milton, 4:00 pm
Albany Academy @ Winchendon, 4:00 pm
BB&N @ Lawrence Academy, 4:00 pm
Seton Hall Prep @ Delbarton, 4:30 pm
Tilton @ Proctor, 5:00 pm

Sun. Feb. 5
Northwood @ Hill School, 11:00 am
Bridgton Academy @ Stanstead College, 1:00 pm
BC High vs. Xaverian HS, 1:15 pm (@ Milton Academy)
St. Peter's Prep @ Don Bosco Prep, 2:15 pm

Mon. Feb. 6
Holderness @ New Hampton School, 4:30 pm
Dexter @ Andover, 5:00 pm
Wyoming Seminary @ Portledge, 5:30 pm
Malden Catholic @ Bishop Guertin, 6:00 pm
St. George's @ Portsmouth Abbey, 6:15 pm


Sat. 1/28/12

Sat. Jan. 28 Highlights
@ Cushing 5, Belmont Hill 3: Three-point efforts from senior Collin Bourque (1g, 2a) and sophomore Shane Kavanagh (2g, 1a) helped Cushing snap a three-game losing streak with an impressive 5-3 home victory over Belmont Hill. The Penguins held a 47-33 shot advantage in the game. Cushing senior Liam Moorfield-Yee kicked out 30 of 33 in the win.

Brooks 4 @ Governor’s 2: Brooks junior goalie Colin Langham made 33 saves on 35 shots and Brooks got a huge upset win at Governor’s Academy. Senior forward Nick Potter picked up two assists and then iced it with an empty-netter with just under two minutes remaining. Since picking up an upset of their own over Cushing on January 20th, Governor’s has lost four straight.

@ Westminster 4, Kent 4: Senior defenseman Andy Michailidis tied the score with 1:31 remaining and Westminster escaped with a 4-4 tie against suddenly red-hot Kent. Kent outshot Westminster 34-24, but senior Patrick Spano made 30 saves before leaving his crease late in favor of an extra attacker. Westminster senior forward Emilio Audi (2g, 1a) and Kent senior defenseman Perry Holcombe (1g, 2a) led their respective teams with three points each.

@ BB&N 6, St. George’s 0: Host Host BB&N routed St. George’s. The Knights got two goals apiece from senior captains Aidan Hartigan and Matt Pugh. Sophomore goaltender Steven Grinsztein did all that was asked of him, turning away all 21 St. George’s shots.

Holderness 3 @ Pingree 0: Holderness junior captain Francis Parenteau scored twice as Holderness blanked Pingree 3-0. Pingree senior Scott Caradonna played well (44 saves) but he didn’t get much help from his offense, as Pingree only forced Holderness senior Andrew Munroe to make 17 saves for his shutout.

@ Williston-Northampton 6, Albany Academy 3: Williston jumped out to a 4-0 lead and never looked back, getting a 6-3 upset win over #7 Albany Academy. Six different players scored for Williston, and junior Matt Beliveau made 23 saves to earn the win. Junior Derek Barach scored twice for Albany in a losing effort. Albany Academy lost its second game in a row, doubling its season loss total in one week.

Northfield-Mt. Hermon 6 @ Tilton 2: Senior Brandon Bete (2g), juniors Bron Loiselle (1g,1a) and Spencer Lee (1g,1a), and sophomores Corey Moriarty (1g,1a) and Carolos Fornaris (2a) each had two points in NHM’s road win at Tilton this afternoon. NMH junior goaltender Ben Csiernik kicked out 25 of 27 shots to earn the win.

 @ Salisbury 6 Berkshire 3: Junior forward Anthony DiFruscia scored twice as #6 Salisbury doubled up #8 Berkshire in a battle of Top 10 teams. Salisbury junior goaltender Tim Ernst picked up the win, making 24 saves. Shots were an even 27 a side.

@ Vermont Academy 12, St. Thomas More 2: Vermont freshman Cam Wright scored a hat trick and added two assists as his team rolled over St. Thomas More by a score of 12-2. Vermont Academy enjoyed a 58-16 shot advantage.

Rivers 4 @ Middlesex 3: One day after taking #1 Nobles to the limit in a 5-4 loss, Rivers used two third period goals to earn a 4-3 comeback win over Middlesex. Freshman goalie Ryan Colena made 28 saves to overcome a 31-24 Middlesex shot advantage. Junior Chris Jellison scored twice for Middlesex in defeat.

@ Taft 4, Trinity-Pawling 2: Junior captain Al Nejmeh scored twice as Taft beat Trinity-Pawling 4-2 at home. Taft junior goalie Ryan Coon kicked out 18 of 20 shots to earn the win. T-P junior forward Andrew Zona (1g, 1a) figured in both of his team’s goals. Taft outshot the visitors from New York 34-20.

Hoosac 5 @ Worcester Academy 5: Hoosac and Worcester Academy battled to a 5-5 tie in a game that featured eight second period goals, six of which came on the powerplay. Hoosac junior Phillipe Gadoury scored four goals -- all in the second period-- to pace the visitors offensively. Worcester held a slight 35-33 shot advantage.

Millbrook 7 @ Kingswood-Oxford 1: Millbrook scored five goals in the first period – each from a different goal scorer – and rolled to a 7-1 win. Millbrook outshot K-O 55-11.

Exeter 4 @ St. Sebastian’s 1: Senior Brian Hart (1g,3a) and PG Matt Beattie (2g,1a) were a bit more than the Arrows could handle tonight in Needham, Mass. Senior Danny O’Regan scored St. Seb’s lone goal on a breakaway. Exeter, due to injuries, was without five of their rostered players but brought up reinforcements from the JV’s.

@ Milton 3, New Hampton 1: Juniors Anthony Sabitsky and Elliot Vorel figured in all three of the Mustangs’ goals.

@ Pomfret 7, Canterbury 6 (OT): PG Ryan Hall scored in OT to give Pomfret a much-needed win. Senior D Jay Kourkoulis had a pair of goals for Pomfret. Canterbury senior Nic Pierog had a hat trick in a losing cause.

Hotchkiss 5 @ Deerfield 2: Hotchkiss went on the road and took a 5-2 decision from Deerfield. Hotchkiss senior Daniel Viger made 22 saves on 24 shots to earn the win.

@ Avon 3, Choate 1: Trailing Choate 1-0 in the third period, Avon scored three times in just over three minutes and won 3-1. Avon senior Michael Santaguida was strong in net, making 25 saves. Avon has won three in a row.

Andover 7 @ Loomis-Chaffee 3: PG forward Tim Driscoll and sophomore forward Michael Lata each scored two goals and Andover coasted past Loomis, 7-3. Loomis senior Austin King (1g, 2a) figured in all three of his team’s goals. The visitors held a significant 49-26 shot advantage.

Groton 10 @ Roxbury Latin 1: Senior Mike Doherty’s hat trick led the way in a 10-1 Groton win over RL. Doherty – who also added two assists – was the only Groton player to score multiple times. Groton fired 50 shots on goal, compared to only 13 for the hosts.

 




Wed. Jan. 25 Highlights
Berkshire 1 @ Hotchkiss 0: Senior Brian Brown’s third period goal was the difference as Berkshire prevailed over Hotchkiss 1-0 in a defensive struggle. Berkshire senior Pat Feeley (24 saves) and Hotchkiss junior Andrew Lux (25 saves) were both strong in net. Berkshire has now won seven in a row.

@ Exeter 3, Kimball Union 3: In the marquee matchup of the day, Kimball Union and Exeter played to a 3-3 draw. KUA never led, coming back from an early 2-0 deficit and eventually tying the game with only 1:54 remaining and goalie Eric Bogart (26 saves) on the bench. KUA junior Casey Miller (1g, 2a) figured in all three of his team’s goals, while Exeter post-grad Alex Carlacci had a pair for the hosts. Shots were 39-29 in favor of Kimball Union.

@ Salisbury 5, Gunnery 2: Salisbury once again showed off its depth (goals from five different players) in a 5-2 win over Gunnery. Gunnery didn’t find the back of the net until 10:49 of the third, and by then it was too late as they were already behind 5-0. Salisbury junior Tim Ernst (23 saves) picked up the win in net.

Kent 4 @ Taft 3: Sophomore Brendan Soucie’s overtime goal gave Kent a 4-3 road win at Taft. Senior Andrew Silard’s two goals during regulation set up Soucie’s OT winner. Junior Charlie Fennell made 26 saves to earn the win between the pipes.

@ Northfield-Mt. Hermon 5, Cushing 3: Junior Bron Loiselle and senior Brandon Bete had two goals apiece as NMH earned a big 5-3 win over Cushing. Sophomore Shane Kavanagh had two goals of his own in a losing effort for the Penguins, who have lost three of their last five.

Winchendon 5 @ Andover 2: Andover was a far-too-gracious host, taking a 2-1 lead into the third but then allowing the visitors to bust out with four unanswered goals. Junior Colin Clapton (3g) and PG Danyil Medvedev (1g,3a) led the Winchendon attack. Junior goalie Simon Jasmin (31/33) earned the win.

Deerfield 8 @ Westminster 7 (OT):  Deerfield sophomore Camil Blanchet scored at 3:17 of OT to lift the Big Green to an 8-7 road win at Westminster.

For Blanchet, it was his third goal of the game, and fourth point.

This, as you can see, was a totally insane contest, one that the players on both sides will be talking about for the rest of their lives as Deerfield led 5-0 early in the second, but allowed Westy to come back with six unanswered goals to go up 6-5 early in the third. However, Westminster couldn’t hold onto their bountiful good fortune, and took a very tough loss at home.

The offensive stars in this game (were there any other kind?) were, on the Deerfield side, junior Jordan Jancze (4a), junior Alex Gonye (2g,1a), sophomore Sunho Park (2a), and sophomore Sam Lafferty (2g). For Westy, senior Nick Finn (3a) and junior David Hallisey (2g) were the big guns.

 @ Tilton 11, New Hampton 2: Tilton scored eight second period goals in an 11-2 rout of New Hampton. Senior Anthony Flaherty had six points to pace the Tilton offense. Max Woods was the only bright spot for New Hampton, as the post-grad scored both goals for the visitors.

Avon 9 @ Loomis-Chaffee 0: Avon had no trouble with Loomis, scoring twice in the first four minutes and never letting up en route to a 9-0 shutout. Senior Ben Freiberg and junior Cody Doyle combined to keep the Winged Beavers’ net free of pucks, though neither was asked to do any heavy lifting, with four and three saves respectively. Things were a bit busier down the other end, as Avon had 66 shots on goal. Avon junior Armand Uomoleale had a hat trick to lead the offense.

Trinity-Pawling 2 @ Choate 2: Junior defenseman Cody Lefler picked a good time for his first goal of the season, notching the game-tying goal for T-P at 13:50 of the third period. Shots were lopsided in favor of Choate (39-17) but T-P senior Fredrik Melander made 37 saves to keep his team within striking distance.

Nobles 6 @ St. Sebastian’s 2: #1 Nobles keeps rolling along. Junior Adam Gilmour (1g,3a) had four points. Junior Chris Calnan (2g), senior Andrew Doane (1g,1a), senior Max Franklin (1g,1a), and eighth grader Colin White (2a) each had two points for the Bulldogs.

 Belmont Hill 2 @ Brooks 1: Brooks put a scare into Belmont Hill but eventually fell, 2-1. Junior defenseman Joe McNamara scored the winner and also assisted on the other Belmont Hill goal. Shots were fairly even, with Bel Hill holding a 23-21 edge.

@ Lawrence 5, Governor’s 1: Senior Devin Tringale scored twice, and junior Thomas Newton and senior Tyler Whitney added three assists each as Lawrence rolled over Governor’s. Lawrence senior Nathaniel Heilbron kicked out 28 of 29 shots to pick up the win.

@ Millbrook 4, Williston 2: Millbrook took control of this one with three second-period goals, two of which came off the stick of senior Phil DiGiacomo, a Montreal native, and one from PG Penn Sednaoui, who also had an assist in the game. Millbrook junior goalie Anthony Kuhnreich (30/32) earned the win.

Kents Hill 4 @ NYA 2: Junior Mark Dufour (2g,1a) figured in three of Kents Hill’s four goals.

@ Holderness 5, Brewster 4: After dropping their last two, Holderness (12-4-1) got back on the winning track, but they had to come back from a 4-2 second period deficit to do so.

Senior Connor Loree (2g,2a) had a big all-around day – and also scored the game winner for Holderness.

Junior Andrew Hood (2g,2a) figured in all four Brewster goals.

Brunswick 3 @ Pomfret 1: Senior Kevin Duane (2g), and senior Luke Esposito (2a), led the way for Brunswick.

Brunswick outshot Pomfret, 45-20. Junior Gryphon Richardson (19/20) earned the win in the Brunswick net; Pomfret junior Nick Ellis (43/45) was the hard-luck loser.

BB&N 5 @ Groton 1: BB&N got goals from five different goal scorers and sophomore Steven Grinsztein kicked out 21 of 22 to lead the way for the Knights.

@ St. Paul’s 6, Thayer 1: Senior David Chester (2g), senior Josh Dickman (1g,1a), and junior Charles-Alexandre Plaisir (1g,1a) each had two points for St. Paul’s.

St. Paul’s junior goaltender Michael Pinios came up big again, kicking out 22 of 23 to earn the win.

Berwick 10 @ Proctor 8: This was an 8-8 game until late in the third, but Berwick broke through for the last two goals.

Sophomore James Winkler notched a hat trick for Berwick.

 




This Week’s Schedule
Mon. Jan. 23
Avon Old Farms @ Westminster, 4:15 pm
St. Paul's @ Holderness, 4:45 pm
Brunswick @ Loomis-Chaffee, 5:00 pm
Millbrook @ Canterbury, 5:15 pm
Kent @ Gunnery, 5:15 pm
Hotchkiss @ Kingswood-Oxford, 5:15 pm

Tues. Jan. 24
Gloucester Catholic @ Delbarton, 4:45 pm

Wed. Jan. 25
New Hampton @ Tilton, 2:00 pm
Avon Old Farms @ Loomis-Chaffee, 2:00 pm
Cushing @ Northfield - Mt. Hermon, 2:30 pm
Kent @ Taft, 2:30 pm
Berkshire @ Hotchkiss, 2:30 pm
Brunswick @ Pomfret, 2:45 pm
Rivers @ Roxbury Latin, 3:30 pm
Trinity-Pawling @ Choate, 3:30 pm
Belmont Hill @ Brooks, 3:30 pm
St. Thomas More @ Hoosac, 3:45 pm
Noble & Greenough @ St. Sebastian's, 3:45 pm
Gunnery @ Salisbury, 4:00 pm
Dexter @ St. George's, 4:00 pm
Winchendon @ Andover, 4:00 pm
Lawrenceville @ Wyoming Seminary, 4:00 pm
Williston-Northampton @ Millbrook, 4:15 pm
Berwick @ Proctor, 4:15 pm
Portledge @ Princeton Day School, 4:15 pm
Kimball Union @ Exeter, 4:15 pm
Governor's @ Lawrence Academy, 4:30 pm
Vermont Academy @ Stanstead College, 4:30 pm
Thayer @ St. Paul's, 4:30 pm
Avon Old Farms Varsity B @ Harvey, 4:30 pm
Pingree @ Portsmouth Abbey, 4:30 pm
Deerfield @ Westminster, 4:45 pm
Brewster Academy @ Holderness, 4:45 pm
BB&N @ Groton, 5:00 pm
Kents Hill @ North Yarmouth, 5:00 pm
Clarkstown North @ Rye Country Day, 5:00 pm
Appleby College @ Nichols, 5:15 pm
Xaverian HS @ Needham H.S., 7:00 pm
Malden Catholic @ BC High, 8:00 pm

Thurs. Jan. 26
Kingswood-Oxford @ Loomis-Chaffee, 4:45 pm

Fri. Jan. 27
Delbarton @ South Kent, 4:00 pm
Iona Prep @ Rye Country Day, 4:45 pm
Groton @ Belmont Hill, 5:00 pm
Noble & Greenough @ Rivers, 5:00 pm
St. Paul's @ Lawrence Academy, 5:00 pm
Don Bosco Prep @ Saint Augustine, 5:00 pm
Tilton @ Kimball Union, 5:30 pm
BC High @ Fairfield Prep (CT), 5:30 pm
Cushing @ Exeter, 6:00 pm
Brewster Academy @ Pingree, 6:00 pm
Governor's @ Dexter, 6:15 pm
Hebron @ Berwick, 6:15 pm
Roxbury Latin @ Worcester Academy, 6:15 pm
LaSalle College Prep @ Lawrenceville, 6:45 pm
St. Sebastian's @ Thayer, 7:00 pm
Upper Canada College @ Nichols, 7:00 pm

Sat. Jan. 28
Northwood vs. Delbarton, 12:00 pm (@ Middlebury College)
Brooks @ Governor's, 2:30 pm
Belmont Hill @ Cushing, 2:30 pm
Trinity-Pawling @ Taft, 2:45 pm
Millbrook @ Kingswood-Oxford, 3:00 pm
Kent @ Westminster, 3:00 pm
St. George's @ BB&N, 3:00 pm
St. Thomas More @ Vermont Academy, 3:30 pm
Groton @ Roxbury Latin, 3:30 pm
Berkshire @ Salisbury, 3:30 pm
Holderness @ Pingree, 3:30 pm
Albany Academy @ Williston-Northampton, 3:30 pm
Hoosac @ Worcester Academy, 3:45 pm
Canterbury @ Pomfret, 4:00 pm
Rivers @ Middlesex, 4:00 pm
Northfield - Mt. Hermon @ Tilton, 4:00 pm
Andover @ Loomis-Chaffee, 4:15 pm
Hebron @ Brewster Academy, 5:00 pm
New Hampton @ Milton, 5:00 pm
St. John's Prep @ Xaverian HS, 5:15 pm
Exeter @ St. Sebastian's, 6:00 pm
Hotchkiss @ Deerfield, 6:00 pm
Edge School @ Stanstead College, 6:30 pm
Choate @ Avon Old Farms, 7:00 pm
Malden Catholic @ Catholic Memorial, 7:00 pm

Sun. Jan. 29
Canterbury @ Winchendon, 11:30 am
Northwood vs. South Kent, 3:00 pm (@ Knickerbacker Arena; Troy, NY)

Mon. Jan. 30
Trinity-Pawling @ Hotchkiss, 4:30 pm
New Hampton @ Holderness, 4:45 pm
Salisbury @ Brunswick, 5:00 pm
Princeton Day @ Rye Country Day, 5:00 pm
Westminster @ Williston-Northampton, 5:00 pm
St. Sebastian's @ Noble & Greenough, 5:00 pm
Kingswood-Oxford @ Taft, 5:00 pm
Portledge @ Millbrook, 5:30 pm
Brooks @ Dexter, 6:00 pm



Today's Cancellations
Snow is spreading across New England this morning, and is likely to continue until the evening. A winter weather advisory has been issued for most locations. We will keep you informed of any cancellations/postponements as we get them. So far we only have one game that has been scratched:

Kimball Union @ Milton -- cancelled; no makeup date announced
Nobles @ Andover -- postponed; no makeup date announced
Hill @ Brunswick -- postponed; no makeup date announced
Williston @ Gunnery -- postponed; no makeup date announced
Pomfret @ Albany Academy -- cancelled; no makeup date announced
King-Low @ Rye CD -- Feb. 6 makeup date
Portsmouth Abbey @ Vermont -- cancelled; no makeup date announced
Kingswood-Oxford @ T-P -- cancelled; no makeup date announced
NYA @ Worcester Academy -- postponed; no makeup date announced

Please send all cancellations to information@ushr.com





Sat. Jan. 21 Highlights
Exeter 6, Hotchkiss 1 (at Brown): Post-grad Matt Beattie has been scoring with alarming regularity all season, and he did not disappoint against Hotchkiss, picking up four goals and an assist as Exeter coasted past Hotchkiss. Exeter senior Brian Hart – no slouch himself in the point-scoring department – added a goal and two assists. Exeter, now 14-1-1, will continue to be a tough matchup as long as those two stay healthy and productive.

@ Berkshire 3, Avon 1: Sophomore Charlie Corcoran broke a 1-1 tie at 7:37 of the third period and Berkshire picked up a huge 3-1 win over Avon. Berkshire senior Brendan McGovern (1g,1a) was the only player to record multiple points in the game. 6’7” Berkshire goalie Pat Feeley kicked out 25 of 26 Avon shots to pick up the win.

@ Belmont Hill 2, St. Paul’s 1: Senior Devin Albert scored with 7:32 remaining to push Belmont Hill past St. Paul’s at home. Belmont Hill carried the play, outshooting the visitors 43-16, but St. Paul’s junior goaltender Michael Pinios made 41 saves to keep his team in the game.

@ Northfield-Mt. Hermon 5, Lawrenceville 1: Senior forward Brandon Bete made sure that NMH would have no issues with Lawrenceville, scoring four goals in his team’s 5-1 victory.

Winchendon 4 @ Millbrook 3: Senior forward Michael Restuccia’s goal just 16 seconds into overtime gave Winchendon a 4-3 road win at Millbrook. Restuccia also assisted on all three of Winchendon’s goals during regulation, and junior goalie Simon Jasmin made 24 saves to earn the win in goal.

@ South Kent 5, Kents Hill 4: Kents Hill’s third period comeback came up one goal short and South Kent held on for a 5-4 victory. Senior forward Yannick Crete (2g,1a) paced the offense for South Kent, while Kents Hill junior defenseman Filip Akermark had three helpers for the visitors. South Kent carried the play, outshooting Kents Hill by a 48-18 margin.

@ Hebron 6, Tilton 4: Hebron juniors Kale Johnstone (2g, 1a), Guillaume Breton (1g,2a), Brandon Korytko (1g,2a) and Mike Kelly (3a) all had three points and Hebron beat Tilton 6-4. Seniors Kyle Larson and Anthony Flaherty each had two goals and an assist for Tilton in a losing effort.

Canterbury 6 @ Taft 2: Down 2-0 in the second period, Canterbury exploded for six unanswered goals and beat Taft 6-2. Junior Jeff Celinker (2g), sophomore Alex Nespor (2g,1a) and PG Nick Martell (3a) paced the Canterbury offense, and junior Austin Essery made 28 saves in goal to erase a 30-25 shot advantage for Taft.

@ Groton 3, Middlesex 2: Sophomore netminder Matt Pompa made 46 saves and senior forward Mike Doherty scored two unassisted goals as Groton upset Middlesex 3-2. Doherty’s second goal broke a 2-2 deadlock with only 2:40 left in the final period. Shots were 48-31 in favor of Middlesex.

@ St. Mark’s 4, Pingree 1: Junior forwards Nick Buly and Mike Pontarelli each figured in all four St. Mark’s goals as the Lions beat Pingree 4-1. Shots were 30 a side, but St. Mark’s sophomore Robert Labonte made 29 saves to earn the win.

@ Lawrence 6, Proctor 1: Last Saturday, following a Friday night Nobles-Lawrence game, Proctor pushed Nobles to the limit before falling 5-4. Perhaps aware of that, Lawrence made sure there was no letdown after their 3-3 tie with Nobles yesterday. Seniors Tyler Whitney (1g, 3a) and Devin Tringale (2g, 1a) led the way for the hosts.

@ Westminster 7, Loomis-Chaffee 2: Westminster got goals from seven different players in a 7-2 win over Loomis. Shots were 49-20 in favor of Westminster.

@ Choate 5, Deerfield 0: Freshman goalie Sam Tucker posted a 21-save shutout and Choate rolled over Deerfield 5-0. Senior forward Ben Foster paced the Boars offensively with two goals and two assists, and senior Bill Seligman and junior Alex Rauter pitched in with a goal and two assists each.

@ St. Sebastian’s 4, Governor’s 2: Senior forward Danny O’Regan scored twice as St. Sebastian’s beat Governor’s 4-2 at home. Freshman defenseman Noah Hanifin had two assists, and senior goaltender Gordon Donnelly picked up the win with 28 saves.

Brooks 3 @ Holderness 2: Senior Brendan McDonough made Holderness’ third period comeback a moot point as his overtime goal gave Brooks a 3-2 win. Brooks junior goalie Colin Langham turned aside 26 of 28 shots in the win.

Salisbury 1 @ Kent 0: Junior Justin Nichols shut out Kent on the road – and had to stone Kent on two penalty shots in the second period to do so. Salisbury scored the game’s only goal seven minutes into the third period, when senior Philip Zielonka scored, with assists going to junior Anthony DiFruscia and senior defenseman Marc Biega. Nichols kicked out all 32 shots he faced; Kent senior Kevin Dluhy stopped 24 of 25 in a losing effort.

BB&N 4, Rivers 3: Senior captain Matt Pugh (2g,1a) had three points to lead BB&N past Rivers. Sophomore goaltender Steve Grinsztein sticked out 22 of 25 shots to earn the win.


Note:

The following were weather casualties today:

KUA@ Milton
Nobles @ Andover
Hill @ Brunswick
Williston @ Gunnery (the refs couldn’t make it)
Pomfret @ Albany Academy
Portsmouth Abbey @ Vermont Academy
King-Low @ Rye Country Day (postponed to Feb. 6)
Kingswood-Oxford @ Trinity-Pawling
NYA @ Worcester Academy


We will let you know as soon as we have additional make-up dates for those games.

 




To All Prep Coaches
It is extremely important that all scores be directly inputted into USHR, on each school’s individual page.

We truly believe that at least 99% of NEPSIHA games are reported, but are worried about some stray games that, due to oversight, might have gone unreported. It doesn’t make any difference if we have written about the game or not because, if the game doesn’t appear in the weekly results and the school’s web page on USHR it doesn’t go into the database and is thus ‘not reported.’

The reason for this request is simple. When calculating NEPSIHA playoff standings – and we are about to start doing this – every single game counts. Because of strength of schedule and common opponents, a seemingly ‘meaningless’ game between teams having a rough season can actually play a crucial role in a team making – or not making – the playoffs. One missing score can have a ripple effect through the entire league, so it’s really up to everyone to make sure the system works correctly, and all games are accounted for.

Please study your team’s won-loss record and go over the games on your school’s page with a fine-tooth comb. If a game is missing, please input the missing score or, if you are having difficulty, contact us at information@ushr.com

We ask players and fans to look over your school’s results and make sure everything is there. Please be particularly vigilant about tournament games, as those have been known to get lost in the shuffle. 

Thank you,

US Hockey Report
1770 Massachusetts Ave., #195
Cambridge, MA 02140





Wed. Jan. 18 Highlights

Taft 3 @ Loomis-Chaffee 1:
Sophomore Andrew Gaus’s hat trick was all the offense Taft needed to beat Loomis 3-1 on the road. Shots were 34-20 in favor of Taft.

@ Gunnery 2, Millbrook 1: Junior forward Anthony Luzzi’s third period strike broke a 1-1 tie and lifted Gunnery to a home win over Millbrook. Gunnery junior Anton Frondelius made 28 stops to earn the win in net.

St. Sebastian’s 3 @ Andover 3: St. Seb’s and Andover skated to a 3-3 tie. There was little to separate the two sides as each team poured 40 shots on net. Both goalies – junior Ross Bendetson for Andover and senior Gordon Donnelly for St. Sebastian’s – stood their ground with 37 saves apiece. Andover post-grad Tim Driscoll found the back of the net twice for the hosts.

@ Canterbury 5, Westminster 4 (OT): Junior forward Jeff Celinker’s second tally of the game ended things 4:18 into overtime as Canterbury upset Westminster 5-4. The Saints – just 4-12 on the season – have been playing well as of late, with close losses to Choate and Albany Academy, and were finally rewarded with a big home win.

@ Cushing 4, Thayer 3 (OT): Cushing needed an overtime goal from senior JR LaPointe to beat 3-9 Thayer at Ashburnham. The visitors tied it up with only one second remaining on a goal by sophomore d-man John Barry, only to lose less than two minutes into overtime. Thayer sophomore goaltender Rob McGovern kept his team close despite spotting the Penguins a 34-24 shot advantage.

Avon 2 @ Northfield-Mt. Hermon 1: Junior forward Vincent Russo scored with one second left on the clock (!) to give Avon a 2-1 win. Avon senior goalie Michael Santaguida kicked out 31 of 32 shots to pick up the win.

Middlesex 6 @ Roxbury Latin 0: Middlesex rolled over RL, 6-0, for the second straight shutout for the Zebras, who got goals from six different scorers. Senior Michael Pigula made 20 saves to post the shutout. Shots were 67-20 Middlesex.

Kent 7 @ Hotchkiss 2: Kent kept it rolling, blasting Hotchkiss 7-2 to make it five wins in a row. Kent utilized a balanced offense, with seven different players finding the back of the net. Meanwhile, only senior Chris Hamel (2g) could solve Kent’s Kevin Dluhy (24 saves).

St. Mark’s 5 @ Worcester Academy 0: St. Mark’s junior goalie Tanner McPhee made 27 saves to shut out Worcester Academy and lead his team to a 5-0 win. Junior captain Mike Pontarelli had two goals and an assist and now has 53 points on the season, which leads all of New England by a comfortable 10 points.

Salisbury 9 @ Trinity-Pawling 2: Salisbury used four powerplay goals to crush T-P 9-2. Senior forward John Stevens (1g, 4a) led the way for the visitors with five points. Shots were 54-21, Salisbury.

@ Pingree 7, Portsmouth Abbey 2: Freshman Nolan Redler (2g, 3a) and senior Nate Soter (1g, 3a) had big days as Pingree routed Portsmouth Abbey 7-2. Portsmouth Abbey senior Connor Rodericks faced a lot of rubber, making 50 saves on 57 shots.

@ Williston-Northampton 4, Vermont Academy 0: Williston didn’t have much trouble with Vermont Academy, winning 4-0. Junior Matt Beliveau (14 saves) had a relatively easy shutout, while down at the other end, senior Brendon Leeming (49 saves) was under siege, facing 53 shots.

@ Berkshire 2, Choate 1: Choate freshman netminder Sam Tucker’s 38 saves weren’t enough as Berkshire earned a 2-1 win over Choate. Berkshire senior Pat Feeley, of Winthrop, Mass., had a strong game in goal, picking up the win with 24 saves on 25 shots.

Rye Country Day 5 @ Harvey 0: Sophomore forward Zachary Coppola had two goals and an assist and Rye coasted to a 5-0 road win over Harvey.

@ Albany Academy 6, Hoosac 5: Albany Academy used five second period goals to squeeze past Hoosac, 6-5. Senior Mark Knowlton (1g, 2a) and freshman Sean Dempsey (2g) paced the Albany offense, while Hoosac’s Nicholas Clewer registered two goals in a losing cause. Shots were 48-32 in favor of Albany.

@ Kimball Union 6, Deerfield 3: Kimball Union doubled up Deerfield at home behind strong offensive performances from juniors Jonathan Charbonneau (2g) and Casey Miller (1g, 2a). KUA outshot Deerfield 41-20.

Nobles 5 @ St. Paul’s 2: Junior forward Adam Gilmour’s hat-trick helped Nobles pick up a big win up at St. Paul’s. Connor Maher made 30 saves in goal to pick up the win. St. Paul’s senior forward Josh Dickman had a goal and an assist in the loss.

Brooks 2 @ Rivers 1: Senior Zander Buttress scored on the powerplay at 1:39 of overtime to give Brooks a 2-1 win over Rivers. Brooks junior Colin Langham got the win in goal, turning aside 19 of 20 Rivers shots.

Berwick 3 @ New Hampton 2: Berwick, down 2-0 with four minutes to play in the second period, got three unanswered goals to earn a comeback victory over New Hampton. Berwick outshot New Hampton 40-24, but New Hampton junior Stephen Tomaro made 37 saves to keep it close.




Sat. Jan. 14 Highlights
@ KUA 5, Tabor 3: Junior Jake Landry and senior Elie Vered each scored two goals and Kimball Union held off Tabor, 5-3. KUA junior Eric Bogart’s 17 saves were enough to pick up the win in net.

@ Deerfield 4, Trinity-Pawling 2: Down 2-0 late in the second period, Deerfield woke up and scored four unanswered goals to beat T-P 4-2 at home. Juniors Alex Gonye (1g, 2a) and Jordan Jancze, and sophomore Trevor Yates (3a) keyed the comeback for the hosts.

Albany Academy 3 @ Canterbury 1: Albany Academy made it seven in a row with a 3-1 win at Canterbury. Albany senior and leading scorer Tyler Hynes assisted on each of his team’s three goals. PG goalie Aaron Hebert made 27 saves to help overcome a 28-16 shot advantage for Canterbury.

Kent 4 @ Avon 3: Kent – a team that has underachieved following last year’s championship game loss to Milton – went to Avon and came away with a 4-3 win. This is the type of win that could really turn the season around for the Lions, who improve to 5-5-1. Star forwards Ryan Rosenthal (2g) and Boo Nieves (2a) keyed the Kent offense. Avon suffers their first loss of 2012 and falls to 9-3-1 on the year.

@ Salisbury 4, Westminster 1: A David Hallisey goal with 1:04 remaining spoiled Justin Nichols’ shutout bid, but Salisbury still came away with a 4-1 win over Westminster. Salisbury displayed its superior depth as nine different skaters recorded points. This was Salisbury’s second 4-1 win over Westminster this season, the first coming at the Flood-Marr.

@ Nobles 5, Proctor 4: Nobles needed two third period goals to avoid a post-Lawrence letdown against Proctor. Though the shots were 59-24 in favor of the hosts, Proctor sophomore Merrick Madsen kept his team in it with 54 saves. 8th grader Colin White’s powerplay goal with 6:47 remaining was the difference, and senior Max Franklin’s (2g, 1) three points led the Nobles offense. Senior Brad Prevel had two goals for Proctor.

@ Holderness 2, Northfield-Mt. Hermon 2: Holderness and NMH skated to a 2-2 tie. Shots were 40-30 NMH, but Holderness senior netminder Andrew Munroe turned aside 38 shots to help his team pick up the point. Senior Brandon Bete had both goals for NMH.

@ St. Mark’s 3, Rivers 2: Senior Brett Lawson’s two third period goals helped St. Mark’s recover from their loss at Middlesex and get the win against Rivers. St. Mark’s junior Tanner McPhee kicked out 26 of 28 shots to earn the win. Junior captain Patrick Young (1g, 1a) figured in both of Rivers’ goals.

@ St. Paul’s 4, St. Sebastian’s 1: Junior Michael Pinios (33 saves) backstopped St. Paul’s to a 4-1 home win over St. Sebastian’s. St. Seb’s has dropped four of its last five after going undefeated in the season’s first seven contests.

Belmont Hill 2 @ Governor’s 2: Belmont Hill scored two goals in the last 1:10 to steal a point at Governor’s. With David Cunningham (37 saves) on the bench in favor of an extra attacker, junior forward Carl Hesler scored with just 17 seconds remaining to tie the game. Shots were 39-37 in favor of Governor’s.

@ Exeter 5, Andover 3: Junior forward John Cross’ hat-trick led the way as Exeter beat rival Andover 5-3. Exeter post-grad Matt Beattie dished out four assists for the hosts, who pushed their record to 12-1-1, and are unbeaten since Dec. 4. Shots were 39-25 Exeter.

@ Choate 4, Taft 2: Princeton recruit Ben Foster had a pair of goals -- including the game-winner, a powerplay tally at 11:19 of the second period.

Hotchkiss 5 @ Loomis 3: Swedish PG Victor Lindstrom (3g,1a), sophomore Tyler Hill (1g,3a), and junior Hayden Lowry (3a) led the way for the Bearcats.

@ Berkshire 6, Williston 3 -- PG Henry Corcoran notched a hat trick for Berkshire. Junior D Quin Pompi (3a) and senior Brendan McGovern (2a) were big contributors too.

@ Millbrook 5, Pomfret 2: PG captain Penn Sednaoui scored the game-winner with 37 seconds left in the second period.

@ Groton 4, St. George's 4: Host Groton took a 3-0 lead, but then allowed four straight unanswered goals by St. George's. A third-period goal by senior Mike Doherty allowed Groton to escape with a 4-4 tie. Junior Cam DiSarcina scored a pair for Groton.




Wed. Jan. 11 Highlights

@ Westminster 4, Taft 3:
Senior forward Nick Finn scored with 4:06 remaining to thwart Taft’s third period comeback and lead Westminster to a 4-3 win. Finn also had two assists and finished with three points, while junior Al Nejmeh (2g, 1a) figured in all three Taft goals. Westminster outshot Taft 40-30.

Tabor 4 @ Cushing 2: Junior goalie Joseph Noonan made 28 saves, senior Kevin Salvucci scored two goals, and Tabor earned a huge 4-2 upset win at Cushing. Cushing led 1-0 heading into the third but Tabor scored four times, including a Salvucci empty-netter to ice it. Cushing – which had won six in a row – can get back on track at home against Deerfield Friday night.

@ Avon 6, Hotchkiss 1: Michael Santaguida turned aside 34 of 35 shots and senior defenseman Colin Sullivan had two goals in a 6-1 Avon win. The Beavers poured 48 shots on two different Hotchkiss goaltenders and got points from 11 different players.

@ Tilton 5, Andover 4: Tilton scored three goals in the third period to come back from a 4-2 deficit and get a 5-4 home win over Andover. The game featured nine different goal scorers and only 47 total shots.

Portledge 5 @ Lawrenceville 4: Junior forward Michael Conslato had a hat-trick –including the game winner with 46 seconds left – to give Portledge the win in a New Jersey prep matchup. Portledge freshman Jeremy Bracco added to his impressive point total with a goal and three assists, while post-grad Matt Santucci (2g, 1a) paced the offense for Lawrenceville.

Millbrook 3 @ Brunswick 2: A goal by senior captain Kevin Altidor 2:01 into overtime gave Millbrook a 3-2 road win at Brunswick. Millbrook junior goalie Anthony Kuhnreich made 33 saves to earn the win in net.

@ Holderness 4, Winchendon 3: An Andrew Walsh goal midway through the third period proved decisive for Holderness in a win over Winchendon. Holderness outshot the visiting side 40-25, and is now 11-2 on the season.

Rivers 3 @ Pomfret 1: Rivers freshman Ryan Colena kicked out 19 of 20 Pomfret shots to pick up the win. 

@ Exeter 6, Berwick 2: Senior forward Michael St. Denis had a goal and two assists as Exeter kept rolling along with a 6-2 win over Berwick. It was a relatively easy day to be an Exeter goaltender, as three goalies saw a total of 16 shots. Down at the other end, senior Jay Finch was a bit busier, making 34 saves on 40 shots in a losing effort.

@ Choate 6, Canterbury 5: Choate scored three times in the final 11 minutes to narrowly avoid being upset at home by Canterbury. Choate seniors Bill Seligman and Ben Foster each had two goals and three assists for the hosts, who move to 9-3 on the season.

@ Kent’s Hill 2, Brewster 1: Senior Carson Johnstone and junior Caleb Fizer scored just over a minute apart in the third period to give Kent’s Hill a come-from-behind win. Brewster outshot the hosts 19-17 in a game that was hardly an offensive display.

Albany Academy 6 @ South Kent 2: Albany Academy got two goals apiece from its three leading scorers – Tyler Hynes, Mark Knowlton and Derek Barach – in a 6-2 win at South Kent.

 @ Kent 4, Trinity-Pawling 2: T-P senior goalie Fredrik Melander did his best to keep his team in the game, but Kent’s offense was too strong and the home side came away with a 4-2 win. Senior Boo Nieves assisted on all four Kent goals, and defenseman Perry Holcombe found the back of the net twice to lead the offense.

@ St. Paul’s 6, Milton 2: Milton went up to Concord and outshot St. Paul’s 27-25 but couldn’t come away with a win as junior Michael Pinios made 25 saves for the hosts. Both Milton goals came on the powerplay while St. Paul’s scored six times 5-on-5. Junior forward Brendan Boyce had two goals for St. Paul’s.

@ Middlesex 10, Portsmouth Abbey 2: It was a long ride back to Portsmouth for the Abbey after Middlesex put up 10 goals in a lopsided affair. This one was never close as Middlesex scored six times in the first and never looked back. Shots were 49-23 in favor of the hosts.

Kimball Union 12 @ Vermont Academy 0: Kimball Union went up to Vermont and blasted Vermont Academy 12-0. It didn’t take the visitors long to assert their dominance and they didn’t let up. KUA senior goaltender Evan Russell had did all that was asked of him, making eight saves to keep Vermont off the board.

@ Berkshire 5, Northfield-Mt. Hermon 2: Berkshire killed off five penalties and even added two shorthanded goals for good measure in a 5-2 win over NMH. NHM didn’t take a single penalty, but that’s likely the only positive the visitors can take from a game in which they were outshot 42-15. Berkshire sophomore Craig Puffer (2g, 1a) and senior Kevin Rooney (3a) each had three points in the win.

@ Kingswood-Oxford 7, St. Thomas-More 2: Senior captain Taylor Waybright (2g, 1a) had three points to lead K-O past St. Thomas-More 7-2. K-O junior Anthony Giordano got the win in net, making 30 saves.

Harvey 6 @ Hamden Hall 1: Senior Richard Schulman managed to lower his points-per-game average while scoring a hat-trick in Harvey’s 6-1 win; Schulman has 33 points in just 10 games this season. Harvey freshman Robert Massimi made 29 saves to earn the win in goal.

@ Brooks 6, St. George’s 2: Senior Packy Jones had two goals and an assist to lead the Brooks offense in a 6-2 win over St. George’s. Brooks had a lopsided 48-17 shot advantage.

 St. Mark’s 14 @ Roxbury Latin 1: St. Mark’s scored 26 seconds into the game, and it only got worse from there for RL, as the Lions put up two touchdowns on the hosts.

Williston-Northampton 6, Worcester Academy 1: Sophomore Nick Idi and PG Ole Setsaas had two goals apiece. Hopefully, Worcester goalie Chris Hemhauser gets tomorrow off after facing 51 Williston shots.

North Yarmouth 2 @ Pingree 2: Pingree captain Nate Soder tied things up with 8:06 left in regulation and the extra session proved indecisive as NYA and Pingree skated to a 2-2 tie. Shots were 42-24 in favor of Pingree, but NYA PG goalie Jeremy Doyle made 42 saves to keep things level. Sophomore Colton Ackerman had both goals for North Yarmouth.




This Week’s Schedule
Mon. Jan. 9
Holderness @ Tilton, 3:30 pm
Salisbury @ Taft, 5:00 pm
Brunswick @ Choate, 5:00 pm
Worcester Academy @ Groton, 5:00 pm
Belmont Hill @ BB&N, 5:00 pm
Gunnery @ Hotchkiss, 5:00 pm

Tues. Jan. 10
Northwood vs. NJ Rockets (AJHL), 1:30 pm (@ RPI)
Bishop Eustace Prep @ Delbarton, 4:45 pm
Xaverian HS @ St. John's Prep, 8:15 pm

Wed. Jan. 11
New Hampton School @ Proctor, 2:00 pm
St. Thomas More @ Kingswood-Oxford, 2:30 pm
Trinity-Pawling @ Kent, 2:30 pm
Hotchkiss @ Avon Old Farms, 2:30 pm
Taft @ Westminster, 2:45 pm
Winchendon @ Holderness, 2:45 pm
Harvey @ Hamden Hall , 2:45 pm
Kimball Union @ Vermont Academy, 3:00 pm
Kingswood-Oxford @ Hoosac, 3:00 pm
Brewster Academy @ Kents Hill, 3:30 pm
Williston-Northampton @ Worcester Academy, 3:30 pm
St. Mark's @ Roxbury Latin, 3:30 pm
Portledge @ Lawrenceville, 3:45 pm
Tabor @ Cushing, 3:45 pm
Andover @ Tilton, 3:45 pm
Millbrook @ Brunswick, 4:00 pm
Portsmouth Abbey @ Middlesex, 4:00 pm
Belmont Hill @ Thayer, 4:00 pm
Albany Academy @ South Kent, 4:00 pm
Northfield - Mt. Hermon @ Berkshire, 4:30 pm
Berwick @ Exeter, 4:30 pm
St. George's @ Brooks, 4:30 pm
Rivers @ Pomfret, 4:45 pm
Milton @ St. Paul's, 4:45 pm
Deerfield @ Loomis-Chaffee, 5:00 pm
New England Wolves @ Hebron, 5:30 pm
North Yarmouth @ Pingree, 5:30 pm
St. George's @ Tabor, 5:45 pm
Canterbury @ Choate, 6:00 pm

Fri. Jan. 13
New Hampton School @ Dexter, 3:30 pm
St. Mark's @ Middlesex, 5:00 pm
Rivers @ BB&N, 5:00 pm
Williston-Northampton @ Winchendon, 5:00 pm
Milton @ Brooks, 5:00 pm
Harvey @ St. Thomas More, 5:30 pm
Noble & Greenough @ Lawrence Academy, 5:30 pm
New England Wolves @ Rice Memorial, 5:30 pm
St. George's @ Tabor, 5:45 pm
Deerfield @ Cushing, 6:00 pm
South Kent @ Brunswick, 6:00 pm
Worcester Academy @ Portsmouth Abbey, 6:30 pm
Brewster Academy @ Berwick, 7:00 pm
Malden Catholic HS @ St. John's Prep, 8:20 pm (at Ristuccia Arena; Wilmington, Mass.)

Sat. Jan. 14
New England Wolves @ Rice Memorial, 12:00 pm
Catholic Memorial vs. BC High, 1:00 pm (@ Fenway Park)
King-Low @ Portsmouth Abbey, 1:30 pm
Tabor @ Kimball Union, 2:00 pm
Winchendon @ Gunnery, 2:00 pm
Albany Academy @ Canterbury, 2:30 pm
St. Sebastian's @ St. Paul's, 2:30 pm
Trinity-Pawling @ Deerfield, 2:30 pm
Kent @ Avon Old Farms, 2:45 pm
Proctor @ Noble & Greenough, 3:00 pm
St. George's @ Groton, 3:00 pm
Westminster @ Salisbury, 3:00 pm
Hoosac @ Rye Country Day, 3:00 pm
Rivers @ St. Mark's, 3:00 pm
North Yarmouth @ Bridgton Academy, 3:00 pm
Tilton @ Vermont Academy, 3:30 pm
Northfield - Mt. Hermon @ Holderness, 3:30 pm
Kingswood-Oxford @ Worcester Academy, 3:45 pm
Brooks @ Roxbury Latin, 4:00 pm -- moved to Brooks; 6:15 pm faceoff
Belmont Hill @ Governor's, 4:15 pm
Pomfret @ Millbrook, 4:30 pm
Andover @ Exeter, 4:30 pm
St. Augustine Prep @ Delbarton, 4:30 pm
Hotchkiss @ Loomis-Chaffee, 5:00 pm
Kents Hill @ Hebron, 6:00 pm
Williston-Northampton @ Berkshire, 6:30 pm
Academie St. Louis, Quebec @ Lawrenceville, 6:30 pm
New Hampton School @ Brewster Academy, 7:00 pm
Taft @ Choate, 7:00 pm

Sun. Jan. 15
Academie St. Louis, Quebec @ Lawrenceville, 12:30 pm

Mon. Jan. 16
Appleby College @ Nichols, 4:00 pm
Gunnery @ Trinity-Pawling, 4:30 pm
Hotchkiss @ Berkshire, 4:30 pm
Salisbury @ Choate, 5:00 pm
Millbrook @ Kent, 5:30 pm



Sat. Jan. 7 Highlights
Governor’s 5 @ BB&N 2:
Senior defenseman Shane Dalton’s two goals helped Governor’s Academy get the best of former Keller Division rival BB&N in Cambridge. Junior forward Cam Laughlin had a goal and two assists for the visitors, while senior Nick Commesso (23 saves) picked up the win in net. Senior captain Luke Griffin had both goals for the Knights.

@ Nobles 4, Thayer 1: Junior Chris Calnan notched a goal and an assist as Nobles rolled past Thayer. Shots on goal favored Nobes, 30-15.

Cushing 3 @ KUA 2: Senior defenseman Corey Scammon scored with just under three minutes remaining to give Cushing a big road win at Kimball Union. All three Cushing goals were scored by defensemen, and sophomore Richie Boyd had a goal and an assist. Shots were 37-30 in favor of the hosts, but senior Liam Moorfield-Yee made 35 saves to get the win.

Northfield-Mt. Hermon 3, Berwick 2: NMH sophomore and leading scorer Carlos Fornaris scored at 3:13 of overtime to lift his team to a 3-2 win in a game played at New England College. NMH outshot Berwick 42-28, and freshman Conor O’Brien made 26 saves to earn the win.

@ Kent 4. Loomis-Chaffee 1: Kent will look to build some momentum off of their 4-1 home win over Loomis. Senior forwards Andrew Silard (2g, 1a) and Ryan Rosenthal (1g, 2a) each had three points for the home side.

Berkshire 6 @ Williston-Northampton 1: Berkshire went on the road and took care of business, getting a 6-1 win over Williston. Sophomore forwards Craig Puffer (1g, 2a) and Charlie Corcoran (2g) led the way for Berkshire. Berkshire had a decisive 39-15 advantage in shots.

@ Middlesex 6, Pingree 5: Middlesex scored three times in the final ten minutes to steal one from Pingree. Junior Chris Jellison (1g, 1a) scored the winner with 1:15 remaining, while junior Will Kreitler had a hat-trick for the hosts. Pingree sophomore Trip Franzese had a hat trick of his own in a losing effort.

@ Avon 4, Taft 1: Avon got goals from four different scorers in a 4-1 home win over Taft. Senior goalie Michael Santaguida had a relatively light day, turning aside 18 of 19 Taft shots.

Lawrence 8 @ Milton 3: Lawrence used five powerplay goals to blow out Milton, 8-3. Lawrence senior William Messa had a big day with two goals and three assists. Lawrence has two huge games with Nobles over the next two Fridays, which will go a long way towards determining the winner of the Keller Division.

@ St. Mark’s 8, St. George’s 2: It was a three-man show for St. Mark’s, as juniors JT Lynch (3g, 1a) and Mike Pontarelli (3g) and senior Brett Lawson (2g, 2a) combined for 11 points and all eight goals in an easy 8-2 win over St. George’s. The Lions have had an impressive resurgence under Scott Young and appear ready to return to relevance in the Eberhart Division.

@ Exeter 5, St. Paul’s 0: Exeter rebounded from a disappointing home tie against Governor’s with a 5-0 shutout of St. Paul’s. Senior d-man Will Goss (1g, 2a) and senior forwards Brian Hart (1g, 3a) and Michael St. Denis (2g) had big days offensively.

@ Brooks 5, Groton 3: Senior Captain Nick Potter’s (1g, 3a) four points helped Brooks get a 5-3 win over Eberhart rival Groton. Senior forward Nick McDonough chipped in two goals for the hosts. Shots were 37-20 in favor of Brooks.

Westminster 6 @ Trinity-Pawling 3: Junior forward David Hallisey had two goals and senior Nick Finn added three assists to help Westminster beat Trinity-Pawling on the road. Westminster senior goalie Patrick Spano kicked out 27 of 30 to get the win.

@ Tilton 4, Tabor 0:  Junior Matt Faye kicked out all 24 shots he faced to lead host Tilton to a 4-0 shutout of Tabor.

@ Salisbury 4, Deerfield 1: Justin Nichols kicked out 15 of 16 shots and Philip Zielonka (1g,1a), Jason Kalinowski (1g,1a), and d-man Willie Brooks (2a) each had two points.

Gunnery 5 @ Winchendon 2: Junior Anthony Brid (2g,1a) led Gunnery to a 5-3 road win at Winchendon. Seniors Jarrid Privatera (1g,1a) and d-man Benjamin Hjalmarsson (1g,1a) each added two points. For Winchendon, senior Michael Restuccia (1g,1a) figured in both of their goals. Junior Dawson Sprigings kicked out 26 of 28 shots in the Gunnery net to get the win.

Choate 6 @ Andover 2: Princeton recruit Ben Foster led the way with four points (3g,1a). Senior Bill Seligman (3a), senior d-man Joe Dipietto (2a), junior Mickey Foley (1g,1a), and junior Alex Rauter (1g,1a) also had big days offensively for the Wild Boars.

Stanstead Tournament Results:

Friday Jan. 6:
Stanstead 5, Appleby 0
South Kent 6, Hoosac 2
Northwood Midgets 3, Kents Hill 2
Ste.-Foy 6, Rice Memorial HS 3
South Kent 8, Appleby 3
Stanstead 5, Hoosac 4 (OT)

Sat. Jan. 7:
Kents Hill 5, Rice Memorial HS 2
Ste-Foy 2, Northwood Midgets 0
Appleby 5, Hoosac 4
Stanstead 5, South Kent 2
Northwood Midgets 4, Rice Memorial HS 2
Ste.-Foy 5, Kents Hill 2

Sunday's Games:
7th Place -- Hoosac 4, Rice Memorial 3
5th Place -- Kents Hill 3, Appleby 2
3rd Place -- South Kent 3, Northwood Midgets 2 (OT)
Championship -- Ste.-Foy 5, Stanstead 2



Wed. 1/4/12

Wed. Jan. 4 Highlights
@ KUA 7, NMH 1:
Kimball Union used five second period goals to coast by Northfield-Mt. Hermon. Junior forwards Nick Roberto (3g, 1a) and Niko Rufo (1g, 3a) had four points apiece for the home side.

Governor’s 4 @ Exeter 4: Governor’s and Exeter battled to a 4-4 tie at Exeter. Shots were 39-24 in favor of Exeter but the hosts needed a goal from freshman Stanley Brenner with 2:38 remaining to pick up a point.

@ Canterbury 5, Williston-Northampton 3: Junior Jeff Celniker was a one-man show for Canterbury as the Saints beat Williston 5-3. Celniker had a hat-trick – including the game-tying and game-winning goals in the third – and assisted on another goal. Junior goalie Tim Keegan kept Williston in the game with 42 saves.

At Amherst College -- Cushing 6, Berkshire 4: Senior goalie Chad Hardy made 39 saves and Cushing got a 6-4 victory over Berkshire despite being outshot 43-33. Both sides used balanced attacks as 10 different players lit the lamp in this one.

Choate 10 @ Kingswood-Oxford 1: Choate went on the road and blasted Kingswood-Oxford 10-1. Senior forward Bill Seligman paced the Wild Boars’ offense with a goal and three assists. Shots were 71-8 in favor of Choate.

@ Albany Academy 5, Portledge 2: Albany Academy got goals from five different scorers to knock off Portledge 5-2.

Groton 6 @ Pingree 2: Junior goaltender Jordan Piccolino stopped 45 of 47 shots to lead Groton to a road win at Pingree. Senior defenseman Luke Turchetta and junior forward Patrick Harvey each had a goal and two assists for the visitors.

Dexter 4 @ St. Mark’s 3: Dexter overcame a 3-0 first period deficit to beat St. Mark’s for the second time in a week. Freshman Ryan Donato got the OT winner, and junior forward Trevor Fidler had a goal and two assists for Dexter.

At Fenway Park -- Nobles 6, Milton 2: Nobles kept the momentum going after winning the Flood-Marr by knocking off Milton at Fenway Park. Senior forwards Andrew Doane (2g, 1a) and Max Franklin (1g, 1a) led the way for the Bulldogs offensively, while juniors Chris Calnan and Adam Gilmour and senior defenseman Tim Boyle chipped in one apiece.

Westminster 5 @ Kent 2: Westminster jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the first and never looked back in a 5-2 victory at Kent. Westminster goalie Patrick Spano made 39 saves to help neutralize a 41-26 shot advantage for the home side. Senior forward Nick Finn had two goals and an assist to lead the charge for Westminster offensively.

At Fenway Park -- Lawrence Academy 6. Thayer 0: Lawrence senior goaltender Nathan Heilbron (20 saves) pitched a shutout in game #2 at Fenway as Lawrence coasted past Thayer 6-0. Seniors Devin Tringale (2g, 1a) and Tyler Whitney (3a), and junior George Hunkele (1g, 2a) paced the Lawrence offense.

Harvey 9 @ Rye Country Day 4: Harvey got nine goals on only 28 shots to beat Rye Country Day on the road by a score of 9-4. Harvey senior forwards Richard Schulman and Timothy Ehlberg had two goals and two assists apiece.

@ Hotchkiss 2 Delbarton 0: Senior goaltender Daniel Viger posted a 39-save shutout and Swedish PG forward Victor Lindstrom (2g) supplied the offense as Hotchkiss stole one from Delbarton. The visitors from New Jersey outshot Hotchkiss 39-17 but couldn’t solve Viger, and fall to 7-1 on the season.

At Fenway Park – Belmont Hill 3, St. Sebastian’s 1: Juniors Mike Leary and Mike Najjar scored for Belmont Hill -- and Najjar added an empty-netter -- in the nightcap at Fenway. Sophomore Corey Ronan scored for St. Seb's.





Mon. Jan. 2 Tournament Scoreboard
Joshua Weeks New Year's Tournament
-- At Tabor Academy; Marion, Mass.

10:00 am -- Stanstead 5, Hill School 1
12:00 pm -- Tabor 4, Milton 4
2:00 pm -- Championship Game: Governor's 3, Gilmour 2 (2-OT) -- Junior Tripp Pace scores GWG in second OT.






This Week’s Schedule
Tues. Jan. 3
Don Bosco Prep @ St. Peter's Prep, 4:00 pm
Morristown Beard @ Delbarton, 4:45 pm
Xaverian HS @ Malden Catholic High School, 6:00 pm

Wed. Jan. 4
Lawrenceville vs. Hill, 2:30 pm – at Citizens Bank Park; Philadelphia
Northfield - Mt. Hermon @ Kimball Union, 3:00 pm
Westminster @ Kent, 3:00 pm
Choate @ Kingswood-Oxford, 3:00 pm
Noble & Greenough vs. Milton, 3:15 pm – at Fenway Park; Boston
Berkshire vs. Cushing, 3:30 pm – at Amherst College;
new start time is 4:00 pm
Williston-Northampton @ Canterbury, 4:00 pm
Pomfret @ Deerfield, 4:45 pm
Portledge @ Albany Academy, 5:00 pm
Groton @ Pingree, 5:00 pm
Governor's @ Exeter, 5:00 pm
Harvey @ Rye Country Day, 5:00 pm
Nichols @ Ridley College, 5:00 pm
Delbarton @ Hotchkiss, 5:00 pm
Dexter @ St. Mark's, 5:15 pm -- New start time is 4:00 pm
Thayer vs. Lawrence Academy, 5:30 pm – at Fenway Park; Boston
St. John's Prep @ Boston College High School, 7:00 pm
Belmont Hill vs. St. Sebastian's, 7:45 pm – at Fenway Park; Boston

Thurs. Jan. 5
Brewster Academy @ Andover, 4:00 pm
Xaverian HS @ Catholic Memorial, 5:00 pm
Belmont Hill @ Milton, 5:00 pm – rescheduled, date/time TBD

Fri. Jan. 6
Stanstead College Invitational (Day 1 of 3)
EJHL Winter Eastern Showcase (Day 1 of 3)
Hoosac vs. South Kent, 11:15 am – at Stanstead College
New Hampton School @ Vermont Academy, 4:00 pm
South Kent Varsity B @ Harvey, 4:00 pm
Canterbury @ Gunnery, 4:30 pm
Don Bosco Prep @ Bishop Eustace Prep, 4:30 pm
Proctor @ Holderness, 5:00 pm
Middlesex @ BB&N, 5:00 pm
Brewster Academy @ Tabor, 5:00 pm
Worcester Academy @ Rivers, 5:30 pm
Brunswick @ Westminster, 6:00 pm
North Yarmouth @ St. George's, 6:30 pm
Albany Academy @ Dexter, 7:00 pm
Rye Country Day @ Kingswood-Oxford, 7:30 pm
Portsmouth Abbey @ Roxbury Latin, 10:45 pm

Sat. Jan. 7
Stanstead College Invitational (Day 2 of 3)
EJHL Winter Eastern Showcase (Day 2 of 3)
Berwick vs. Northfield - Mt. Hermon, 10:30 am – at New England College
Thayer @ Noble & Greenough, 12:00 pm
Boston College High @ Malden Catholic, 12:00 pm
Governor's @ BB&N, 1:00 pm
Cushing @ Kimball Union, 2:00 pm
Pingree @ Middlesex, 2:00 pm
Loomis-Chaffee @ Kent, 2:30 pm
St. George's @ St. Mark's, 2:30 pm
Berkshire @ Williston-Northampton, 2:30 pm
Taft @ Avon Old Farms, 2:45 pm
Proctor vs. Worcester Academy, 3:00 pm – at Groton School
Westminster @ Trinity-Pawling, 3:00 pm
Choate @ Andover, 3:15 pm
Lawrence Academy @ Milton, 3:15 pm
Groton @ Brooks, 3:30 pm
North Yarmouth @ Portsmouth Abbey, 3:30 pm
Holderness @ Vermont Academy, 4:00 pm
St. Paul's @ Exeter, 4:00 pm
Gunnery @ Winchendon, 4:00 pm
Deerfield @ Salisbury, 5:00 pm
Tabor @ Tilton, 5:30 pm
Millbrook @ Hotchkiss, 6:30 pm
Notre Dame @ Lawrenceville, 7:00 pm

Sun. Jan. 8
Stanstead College Invitational (Day 3 of 3)
EJHL Winter Eastern Showcase (Day 3 of 3)
Pomfret @ Avon Old Farms, 1:00 pm
Delbarton @ Don Bosco, 6:15 pm

Mon. Jan. 9
Holderness @ Tilton, 3:30 pm
Salisbury @ Taft, 5:00 pm
Brunswick @ Choate, 5:00 pm
Worcester Academy @ Groton, 5:00 pm
Belmont Hill @ BB&N, 5:00 pm
Gunnery @ Hotchkiss, 5:00 pm

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Stanstead Tournament
-- At Stanstead, Que.  Fri.-Sun. Jan. 6-8, 2012

Fri. Jan. 6
9:00 am -- Stanstead vs. Appleby
11:15 am -- South Kent vs. Hoosac
1:30 pm -- Northwood Midgets vs. Kents Hill
3:45 pm -- Ste-Foy vs. Rice
6:00 pm -- Appleby vs. South Kent
8:15 pm -- Hoosac vs. Stanstead

Sat. Jan. 7
9:00 am -- Rice vs. Kents Hill
11:15 am -- Ste-Foy vs. Northwood Midgets
1:30 pm -- Appleby vs. Hoosac
3:45 pm -- Stanstead vs. South Kent
6:00 pm -- Northwood Midgets vs. Rice
8:15 pm -- Kents Hill vs. Ste-Foy

Sun. Jan. 8
8:00 am -- #4 Red vs. #4 White
10:15 am -- #3 Red vs. #3 White
12:30 pm -- #2 Red vs. #2 White
2:45 pm -- #1 Red vs. #1 White

 

 




Sun. Jan. 1 Tournament Scoreboard
Joshua Weeks New Year’s Tournament
-- at Tabor Academy; Marion, Mass.

Sun. Jan. 1, 2012:
9:00 am – Milton 7, Hill 1
11:00 am – Tabor 3, Gilmour 3 -- Gilmour wins the shootout
1:00 pm – Governor’s 6, Stanstead 0
3:30 pm -- Gilmour 3, Milton 2
5:30 pm – Tabor 7, Stanstead 2
7:30 pm – Governor’s 3, Hill 0