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Founders' League Jamboree Results

-- @ The Taft School; Watertown, Conn.

Games consisted of 30-minute running time halves, with clock stoppages for penalties. All games were scrimmages.

Rink 1 (Mays Rink):
2:00 pm -- Avon 2, Kent 2
3:45 pm -- Westminster 5, Hotchkiss 0
5:30 pm -- Salisbury 4, Loomis 3

Rink 2 (Odden Arena):
2:00 pm -- Trinity-Pawling 1, Choate 1
3:45 pm -- Deerfield 2, Taft 0
5:30 pm -- Taft 7, Kingswood-Oxford 0

 




This Week's Schedule

Mon. Nov. 26

St. Paul’s School Jamboree (Day 2)
@ Concord, NH
10:00 am – Tabor vs. Loomis (an official NEPSIHA game)
12:15 pm – St. Paul’s vs. Canterbury

Piatelli Jamboree
@ Berkshire School; Sheffield, Mass.

Rink 1:
9:30 am – Pomfret vs. Brunswick
11:30 am – Berkshire vs. Nichols
1:30 pm – NMH vs. Pomfret
3:30 pm – Berkshire vs. Northwood
Rink 2:
10:00 am – Kent vs. NMH
12:00 pm – Northwood vs. Gunnery
2:00 pm – Brunswick vs. Nichols
4:00 pm – Gunnery vs. Kent

Note: All games will consist of two 30-minute running time halves, with stop time for special teams play.

Other games of Mon. Nov. 26:
Brewster Academy @ Brooks, 4:30 pm (S)
Rye Country Day @ Portledge, 5:30 pm


Wed. Nov. 28


Founders' League Jamboree
@ The Taft School; Watertown, Conn.

Note: Since we last published these, the starting times have changed. These are the new official starting times. Games will
consist of running time halves. All games are scrimmages. Odden is the new arena; Mays is the old arena.

Rink 1 (Mays Rink):
2:00 pm -- Avon vs. Kent
3:45 pm -- Westminster vs. Hotchkiss
5:30 pm -- Salisbury vs. Loomis

Rink 2 (Odden Arena):
2:00 pm -- Trinity-Pawling vs. Choate
3:45 pm -- Deerfield vs. Taft
5:30 pm -- Taft vs. Kingswood-Oxford

Other games of Wed. Nov. 28:
Appleby College @ St. Andrew's College, 2:15 pm
Millbrook @ Canterbury, 2:30 pm
Pomfret @ Noble & Greenough, 3:00 pm
Cushing @ Dexter, 3:30 pm
St. Paul's @ Governor's, 3:30 pm
Belmont Hill @ Berwick, 3:45 pm
Rivers @ St. Sebastian's, 4:00 pm
Thayer @ St. George's, 4:00 pm (S)
Winchendon @ New Hampton School, 4:00 pm
Portledge @ La Salle, 4:00 pm
Berkshire @ Albany Academy, 4:00 pm
Williston-Northampton @ Kimball Union, 4:00 pm
Vermont Academy @ Proctor, 4:30 pm
St. Mark's @ Milton, 4:30 pm
North Yarmouth @ Groton, 4:30 pm
Hebron @ Holderness, 4:30 pm
Brunswick @ Northfield - Mt. Hermon, 5:00 pm
Hoosac vs. Tilton, 6:00 pm
Don Bosco Prep @ Hill School, 6:00 pm (S)
Harvey @ Fieldston Prep, 6:15 pm


Fri. Nov. 30

Edge School vs. St. Andrew's College, 12:15 pm (@ Ridley College)
Dexter @ Middlesex, 4:30 pm
Kimball Union @ New Hampton School, 4:30 pm
Kingswood-Oxford @ Taft, 5:00 pm
BB&N @ St. Paul's, 5:15 pm
Pingree @ Brooks, 5:30 pm
Winchendon @ Cushing, 6:30 pm
Kents Hill @ Proctor, 6:30 pm
Hebron @ Bridgton Academy, 7:00 pm
Nichols @ Appleby College, 7:00 pm


Sat. Dec. 1

Exeter Invitational (Day 1 of 2)
-- @ Phillips Exeter Academy; Exeter, NH

5:30 pm – Choate vs. Tabor
6:30 pm – Exeter vs. Kent
7:30 pm – Gunnery vs. Berwick

***

Other games of Sat. Dec. 1:
St. Andrew's College @ Ridley College, 10:00 am
Lawrence Academy vs. Hebron, 10:45 am (@ Bowdoin College)
Belmont Hill @ Noble & Greenough, 2:00 pm
Kents Hill @ Tilton, 2:00 pm
Hoosac @ North Yarmouth, 3:15 pm
Rivers @ Pingree, 3:30 pm
Brooks @ BB&N, 3:30 pm
Canterbury @ Hotchkiss, 3:30 pm
Avon Old Farms @ Albany Academy, 4:00 pm
Williston-Northampton @ Salisbury, 4:00 pm
Loomis-Chaffee @ Trinity-Pawling, 4:00 pm
St. Sebastian's @ Milton, 4:00 pm
St. Mark's @ Winchendon, 4:30 pm
Governor's @ Thayer, 4:45 pm
Deerfield @ Groton, 5:00 pm
Worcester Academy @ Holderness, 5:00 pm
St. Andrew's College vs. Rice, 6:15 pm (@ Ridley College)
Brewster Academy @ Proctor, 7:00 pm
Northfield - Mt. Hermon @ Westminster, 7:00 pm
Wyoming Seminary @ Hill School, 7:00 pm
Ulysse Prep @ Bridgton Academy, 7:00 pm
Taft @ Berkshire, 7:00 pm


Sun. Dec. 2

Exeter Invitational (Day 2 of 2)
-- @ Phillips Exeter Academy; Exeter, NH

12:30 pm – Tabor vs. Gunnery
1:00 pm – Kent vs. Berwick
3:00 pm – Exeter vs. Choate
4:00 pm – Jr. Bruins vs. Middlesex Islanders (EJHL)
5:30 pm – Valley Warriors vs. South Shore Kings (EJHL)

Other games of Sun. Dec. 2:
Hoosac @ Plymouth State University Club, 8:30 am
St. Andrew's vs. Stanstead College, 10:15 am (@ Ridley College)
Hill School vs. Northwood, 1:00 pm (@ RPI)
Cushing @ Avon Old Farms, 2:00 pm
Ulysse Prep vs. Bridgton Academy, 7:00 pm


Mon. Dec. 3

St. Thomas More @ Harvey, 4:00 pm
Canterbury @ Berkshire, 5:15 pm
Millbrook @ Salisbury, 5:30 pm
Wyoming Seminary @ Portledge, 5:30 pm

 




Mon. Nov. 26th Jamboree Results
St. Paul’s School Jamboree
@ Concord, NH

10:00 am – Loomis 1, Tabor 0 – This was an official NEPSIHA game. Junior Cory Swift’s second period powerplay tally, with assists going to Alex Esposito and Max Harrington, was all the offense Loomis needed for the win. Senior Danny Tirone kicked out all 17 shots he faced for the shutout win. Tabor senior Joe Noonan stopped 29 of 30 shots in a losing cause. Shot totals are unofficial.

12:15 pm – St. Paul’s 3, Canterbury 0 -- Charly Plaisir notched two goals and Sam Hudziak had one. Michael Pinios (1st period) and Nathan Colannino (2nd and 3rd periods) combined for the shutout. This one was a scrimmage.


***
Piatelli Jamboree

@ Berkshire School; Sheffield, Mass.

Rink 1:
9:30 am – Pomfret 2, Brunswick 1
11:30 am – Berkshire 2, Nichols 0
1:30 pm – NMH 4, Pomfret 3
3:30 pm – Berkshire 4, Northwood 2

Rink 2:
10:00 am – Kent 1, NMH 0
12:00 pm – Northwood 2, Gunnery 1
2:00 pm – Nichols 4, Brunswick 1
4:00 pm – Kent 4, Gunnery 3

All games consisted of two 30-minute running time halves, with stop time for special teams play.




Sun. Nov. 25th Jamboree Results
Lawrence Academy Jamboree
@ Groton, Mass.

Note: Games were mini-games, with 30 minutes running time. Each team played three times, with the exception of host Lawrence (4 games)  

Final Standings: #1 Kimball Union Academy (3-0-0, 5 goals for, 0 goals against); #2 Stanstead College (2-1-0, 5 gf, 2 ga); #3 Proctor Academy (2-1-0, 4 gf, 5 ga); #4 Lawrence Academy (1-3-0, 2 gf, 5 ga); #5 Hebron Academy (0-3-0; 0 gf, 4 ga).

Game 1 – Kimball Union 1, Lawrence 0  -- KUA goal scored by #18 Alex Carle (#11 Casey Miller, #15 Nick Roberto).  LA goalie: Drew Michals (13 saves); KUA goalie: Ryan Lund (5 saves).

Game 2 – Kimball Union 2, Hebron 0 – KUA goals scored by #7 Brandon Cole (#9 Matt Michaud); and #16 JD Dudek (#15 Nick Roberto, #11 Casey Miller). Goalies: Eric Bogart (KUA), and Alex Bitsakis (Hebron).

Game 3 -- Lawrence 1, Hebron 0  -- LA goal scored by #18 Jake Rainer (#11 Richie Cardillo). Goalies: LA, John Stratton (8 saves); Hebron, Austin Wildes (20 saves).

Game 4 – Kimball Union 2, Stanstead 0 -- KUA goals scored by # 20 Gregg Burmaster (#22 Jonathan Charbonneau, #24 Niko Rufo); and #15 Nick Roberto (#27 Doyle Somerby, #11 Casey Miller). Goalies: Paul Leger (KUA) and Shawn Ouellet (Stanstead).

Game 5 -- Proctor 1, Hebron 0 -- Proctor goal scored by #17 Jack McMahon (#12 Derek Britner, #9 Gunnar Solberg). Proctor goalie: Merrick Madsen. Hebron goalie: Alex Bitsakis.

Game 6 -- Stanstead 4, Proctor 0  -- Stanstead goals scored by #16 Lucas Zwaagstra (#17 Jasper Korican-Barlay, #6 Spencer Martin); #19 Conor Rankin (#18 Tony Linderson, #22 Cody Bean); #19 Rankin (#22 Bean); and an empty net goal from #19 Rankin. Proctor goalie: Beau Collins.

Game 7 -- Stanstead 1, Lawrence 0 -- Stanstead goal scored by #21 Cedric Charbonneau (#20 Mark Price, #25 Anthony Ré). Stanstead Goalie: Frederic Foulem (14 saves); LA goalie: Drew Michals (10 saves)

Game 8 -- Proctor 3, Lawrence 1 -- Proctor goals scored by #19 Brian Higgins (#12 Derek Britner); #19 Higgins (unassisted); and an empty-net goal from #9 Gunnar Solberg (#14 Ben Mello).  The lone LA goal was scored by #13 Tommy Newton (#14 George Hunkele, #16 Michael Russo). Goalies: LA, John Stratton (6 saves); Proctor, Merrick Madsen (15 saves).

***

St. Paul’s School Jamboree
@ Concord, NH

10:00 am – St. Paul’s 6, Tabor 1
12:15 pm – Loomis 2, Canterbury 2
4:00 pm – Canterbury 5, Tabor 5
6:15 pm – St. Paul’s 2, Loomis 2

 ***

@ Brookline, Mass. -- In a scrimmage, St. Andrew's College edged host Dexter 2-1 in on a Jay Mackie goal in overtime.

 




Sat. Nov. 24 Jamboree Results
Belmont Hill Jamboree
@ Belmont, Mass.
Sat. November 24, 2012

Note: All below games are scrimmages.

8:30 am -- Belmont Hill 3, Winchendon 1 -- Senior Mike Najjar, junior Dan Seibel, and senior Dan Doherty (off a nice pass from Najjar) scored Belmont Hill’s goals and junior Ryan McConnell picked up the win in net. Winchendon’s goal was scored by Mike Busconi.

10:00 am -- Governor's Academy 3, Proctor Academy 1 -- Governor’s got goals from senior defenseman Geoff Sullivan, senior Cam Laughlin (off a nice pass from Colton Lafata), and junior Teddy Zimmerman (a rebound goal). For Proctor, junior Stefan Malmlund scored from a scrum in front. Gov’s incumbent goalie, Brendan McMenimen played two periods, allowing one goal. Freshman Liam Moore played the third, allowing no goals. Harvard recruit Merrick Madsen, a senior, took the loss for Proctor.

12:00 pm -- St. Andrew's College 5, Winchendon 0 -- SAC got a pair of goals from senior forward Jay Mackie; and single goals from senior D Brandon Cercone, junior forward Warren Foegele, and senior forward Burke White. Junior Brett Nichol had the shutout, stopping all 20 shots he faced. 

1:30 pm -- Belmont Hill 3, Proctor Academy 1 -- Belmont Hill goals were scored by senior Tim Leary (from junior Matt Melanson), junior Will Golonka, on a breakaway, and senior center Carl Hesler, from Najjar. Junior Riley Whitham got the win in goal. Proctor’s goal was scored by senior defenseman Connor Simon, on a deflected shot. Sophomore Beau Collins was in net for Proctor.

3:30 pm – Governor’s 4, St. Andrew's College 4 (final)

Notes:

Belmont Hill’s all-senior first line of Dan Doherty, Dartmouth recruit Carl Hesler, and Mike Najjar led the way today, and will be expected to do so all year. We liked two of Belmont Hill’s young defensemen – sophomore Charlie Barrow, a ’97; and freshman Brian Matthews, a ’98… For Proctor, Harvard recruit Madsen played the first game today, and wasn’t at his best. Big senior defenseman Connor Simon and senior forward Ryan Glantz look like they could be good D-III prospects…Gov’s leading returning scorers are seniors Nathan Ferriero, a Northeastern recruit, and Ryan Scarfo, a Union recruit. The latter is out with a collarbone injury, hence it is a little hard to get a line on how, until his return, Governor’s will look. Scarfo, a sniper, was particularly missed on the PP. Junior forward Colton Lafata looked good. Senior Geoff Sullivan – Gov’s top defenseman -- is another top returning scorer. We expect he’ll be a coveted NESCAC-type blueliner – he can key a powerplay. In net, Brendan McMenimen will be a key to the Gov’s fortunes this year. Freshman ’98 goaltender Liam Moore, from the Syracuse Nationals organization, faced some pressure late in the third period of the Proctor game, and stood up to it nicely, allowing no goals…St. Andrew’s played a hard, up-tempo game, and hemmed Winchendon in their own end for most of the game we watched them in. Their clear-cut top forward today was senior Jay Mackie, a D-I prospect. Junior Warren Foegele played well too. And Brett Nichol, as we mentioned above, was flawless in net.   

***

Scrimmage – Nobles @ St. Seb’s, 2:00 pm

Nobles 5, St. Sebastian’s 0 – Nobles lost a lot in the off-season – Calnan, Gilmour, Doane, et al -- but they might be better than we predicted in our pre-season poll. If, after what we saw today, we could do a rewrite, we’d put Nobles in the Top 10 – and take the Arrows out. Nobles’ top line of freshman Colin White, sophomore Cal Burke, and senior Will Sleeper was very good. Of all the players in the game, White had the greatest impact, and Sleeper was, well, the greatest sleeper – he looked like a solid D-I prospect out there. With key forwards having been lost to graduation and juniors, Sleeper has stepped up his game. Senior Tyler Wood, a Brown recruit, will be Nobles’ #1 d-man this season. Junior defenseman J.C. Brassard has a bigger role this season, and looked up to the task today. As for St. Sebastian’s, they just weren’t in sync today, and their goaltending was shaky. So we’ll just wait another day for the Arrows to come around. (Note: This scrimmage was a little hard to scout, as there were no rosters on hand. Fortunately, we know most of the players.)

 ***

Rivers Jamboree
@ Weston, Mass.
Sat. Nov. 24, 2012, starting at noon.

Rivers 1, Thayer 0
BB&N 1, Thayer 1
Rivers 2, Pingree 0
BB&N 4, Pingree 0




2012 Jamboree Schedules

Belmont Hill Jamboree
@ Belmont, Mass.
Sat. November 24, 2012

8:30 am -- Belmont Hill vs. Winchendon
10:00 am -- Governor's Academy vs. Proctor Academy
12:00 pm -- Winchendon vs. St. Andrew's College
1:30 pm -- Proctor Academy vs. Belmont Hill
3:30 pm -- St. Andrew's College vs. Governor's Academy

***

Rivers Jamboree
@ Weston, Mass.
Sat. Nov. 24, 2012, starting at noon.

Rivers vs. Thayer
Thayer vs. BB&N
Rivers vs. Pingree
BB&N vs. Pingree

***

Lawrence Academy Jamboree
@ Groton, Mass.
Sun. Nov. 12, 2012

Schools: Lawrence Academy, Kimball Union Academy, Proctor Academy, Stanstead College, and Hebron Academy.

11:00-11:30 am – KUA vs. LA
11:40-12:10 – Hebron vs. KUA
12:20-12:50 – LA vs. Hebron
1:00-1:30 – KUA vs. Stanstead
1:40-2:10 – Hebron vs. Proctor
2:20-2:50 – Proctor vs. Stanstead
3:00-3:30 – LA vs. Stanstead
3:40-4:10 pm – LA vs. Proctor

***

St. Paul’s School Jamboree
@ Concord, NH
Sun.-Mon. Nov. 25-26, 2012


Sun. Nov. 25:
10:00 am – St. Paul’s vs. Tabor
12:15 pm – Loomis vs. Canterbury
4:00 pm – Canterbury vs. Tabor
6:15 pm – St. Paul’s vs. Loomis

Mon. Nov. 26:
10:00 am – Tabor vs. Loomis (an official NEPSIHA game)
12:15 pm – St. Paul’s vs. Canterbury

***

Piatelli Jamboree

@ Berkshire School; Sheffield, Mass.
Mon. Nov. 26, 2012

Rink 1:
9:30 am – Pomfret vs. Brunswick
11:30 am – Berkshire vs. Nichols
1:30 pm – NMH vs. Pomfret
3:30 pm – Berkshire vs. Northwood

Rink 2:
10:00 am – Kent vs. NMH
12:00 pm – Northwood vs. Gunnery
2:00 pm – Brunswick vs. Nichols
4:00 pm – Gunnery vs. Kent

Note: All games will consist of two 30-minute running time halves, with stop time for special teams play.

***

Founders' League Jamboree
@ The Taft School; Watertown, Conn.
Wed. Nov. 28, 2012

Rink 1 (Mays Rink):
1:45 pm -- Avon vs. Kent
3:30 pm -- Westminster vs. Hotchkiss
5:15 pm -- Salisbury vs. Loomis

Rink 2 (Odden Arena):
2:15 pm -- Trinity-Pawling vs. Choate
4:00 pm -- Deerfield vs. Taft
5:30 pm -- Taft vs. Kingswood-Oxford

Note:
Odden is the new arena, and Mays is the old arena.
Games will consist of running time halves.





Yale Showcase
Below are the scores from today’s prep games at the Yale Showcase. No game sheets were kept, as the game’s were scrimmages.

Pomfret 2, Williston 1
Northwood 2, Gunnery 1
Milton 3, NMH 1
Culver 4, Hill Academy 2




Cushing Showcase Results
Four games were played at the inaugural Cushing Showcase today. All are scrimmages, thus do not count in the NEPSIHA standings.

Northwood School 4, NMH 1

Junior Corey Mackin (1g,1a) stood out for Northwood. Big freshman d-man Cameron Lee, a ’97 out of Cardigan Mountain, also looked good.

Cushing 7, Berwick 1

The line of junior Mike Turner (2g,1a), senior Thomas Aldworth (1g,2a), and Matt Hoover (1g,3a) led the way for the Penguins. Shane Kavanaugh, defenseman Richie Boyd, and Edmund Belsky also notched goals for Cushing.

Alex Hopkins scored for Berwick, from Ricky Kramer.

Kimball Union 7, Pomfret 0

Senior Matt Michaud notched a hat trick to lead the way for the Wildcats. Niko Rufo added two goals, while Jonathan Charbonneau and Joey Dudek each had one.

Pomfret played with a short roster, missing several players to the NEPSAC soccer tournament, and several more to injuries.

Culver 5, Tabor 2

John Zimmerman, with two goals, led the way for Culver. Ryan Coulter had a single goal.

For Tabor, Wiley Knight scored, and Trey Palczynski had a power play goal.




Schedules & Rosters Posted

We currently have 39 schedules posted. Here’s the list:

Albany Academy
Avon Old Farms       
BB&N                 
Belmont Hill         
Bridgton Academy     
Canterbury           
Choate               
Cushing               
Exeter              
Governor's           
Hotchkiss             
Kent                 
Millbrook             
Northfield - Mt. Hermon
Salisbury             
St. Paul's           
Thayer               
Tilton               
Westminster           
Winchendon           
Berwick               
Brooks               
Brunswick              
Groton               
Harvey               
Hoosac               
Kingswood-Oxford     
New Hampton School   
North Yarmouth       
Portsmouth Abbey     
Proctor               
Rivers               
St. Mark's           
Vermont Academy       
Hill School           
Portledge             
St. Andrew's College 
Springfield Cathedral  


We also have 18 rosters posted. They are:

Avon Old Farms       
Canterbury           
Choate               
Exeter               
Governor's           
Kent                 
Millbrook             
Northfield - Mt. Hermon
Pomfret               
Westminster           
Berwick               
Brooks               
Hoosac               
New Hampton School   
Proctor               
Nichols               
Springfield Cathedral 
Moses Brown

Note:

We should have the box score function in USHR working in a couple days -- we're shooting for Monday. We are breaking in a new interface and want to test everything before we actually give it the green light. Thanks!






Belmont Hill, Rivers, LA Jamborees
Here are a few more jamborees for the schedule book.

Belmont Hill Scrimmage Jamboree
Belmont, Mass.
Sat. November 24, 2012

8:30 am -- Belmont Hill vs. Winchendon
10:00 am -- Governor's Academy vs. Proctor Academy
12:00 pm -- Winchendon vs. St. Andrew's College
1:30 pm -- Proctor Academy vs. Belmont Hill
3:30 pm -- St. Andrew's College vs. Governor's Academy

***

Rivers Jamboree
Weston, Mass.
Sat. Nov. 24th, starting at noon.

Rivers vs. Thayer
Thayer vs. BB&N
Rivers vs. Pingree
BB&N vs. Pingree

***

Lawrence Academy will be hosting a jamboree on Sun. Nov. 25th. Competing schools will be Kimball Union, Hebron, Proctor, Lawrence Academy and perhaps one or two more. The schedule has yet to be drawn up.

 




Founders' League Jamboree
This year's Founders' League Jamboree will be held at the Taft School in Watertown, Conn. on Wed. Nov. 28th. Games will consist of running time halves.

Rink 1 (Mays Rink):
1:45 pm -- Avon vs. Kent
3:30 pm -- Westminster vs. Hotchkiss
5:15 pm -- Salisbury vs. Loomis

Rink 2 (Odden Arena):
2:15 pm -- Trinity-Pawling vs. Choate
4:00 pm -- Deerfield vs. Taft
5:30 pm -- Taft vs. Kingswood-Oxford

Note: Odden is the new arena, and Mays is the old arena.





SPS & Berkshire Jamborees
Here are the schedules for the St. Paul’s and Berkshire Jamborees.

St. Paul’s School Jamboree
Concord, NH

Sun. Nov. 25:
10:00 am – St. Paul’s vs. Tabor
12:15 pm – Loomis vs. Canterbury
4:00 pm – Canterbury vs. Tabor
6:15 pm – St. Paul’s vs. Loomis

Mon. Nov. 26:
10:00 am – Tabor vs. Loomis (an official NEPSIHA game)
12:15 pm – St. Paul’s vs. Canterbury

***
Piatelli Jamboree
@ Berkshire School; Sheffield, Mass.

Mon. Nov. 26

Rink 1:

9:30 am – Pomfret vs. Brunswick
11:30 am – Berkshire vs. Nichols
1:30 pm – NMH vs. Pomfret
3:30 pm – Berkshire vs. Northwood

Rink 2:

10:00 am – Kent vs. NMH
12:00 pm – Northwood vs. Gunnery
2:00 pm – Brunswick vs. Nichols
4:00 pm – Gunnery vs. Kent


Note: All games will consist of two 30-minute running time halves, with stop time for special teams play.






It’s Getting To Be That Time
The prep school season is coming up shortly and within the next 48 hours we will be opening the USHR Prep Page for the 2012-13 season to participating teams (for schedule, roster, and game result submissions).

In the meantime, we want to pass along the schedules for the Cushing Showcase on Sat. Nov. 17 and the Yale Showcase on Sun. Nov. 17th and 18th.

Cushing Showcase
Sat. Nov. 17; Ashburnham, Mass.

9:00 am – NMH vs. Northwood
11:00 am – Cushing vs. Berwick
1:00 pm – Pomfret vs. KUA
3:00 pm – Tabor vs. Culver

Yale Showcase
Sun. Nov. 18; New Haven, Conn.

8:00 am – Williston vs. Pomfret
10:00 am – Selects U-16 vs. Hill Academy U-16
12:00 pm – Hill Academy U-18 vs. Culver
2:00 pm – Milton vs. NMH
4:00 pm – Northwood vs. Gunnery
6:00 pm – Selects U-18 vs. Jr. Rockets

Also, from Fri. Nov. 16 through Sun. Nov. 18th, all ten teams in the Midwest Prep Hockey League will be taking part in the league showcase, hosted by Rice Memorial, in Burlington, Vermont.

The participating schools are: Shady Side Academy, Rice Memorial, Lake Forest Academy, St. Andrew’s College, Stanstead College, Gilmour Academy, St. Francis High School, The Edge School, Ridley College, and Loyola Academy.

Here is the schedule:

Midwest Prep Hockey League Showcase


In additon, the Nichols School (Buffalo, NY) will be hosting a mini showcase on Wed. Nov. 14th. Here's the schedule:

12:15 pm -- St. Andrew's College vs. Upper Canada College
2:15 pm -- Appleby College vs. St. Michael's College
4:15 pm -- Nichols School vs. Ridley College


Note to Prep Coaches:

Please send along all showcase and holiday tournament schedules to information(at)ushr.com. Thanks in advance!




Around the Rinks

Salisbury co-captains Ryan Segalla (22) and Mark Hamilton (5) hold the hardware after Sunday's championship game.
Salisbury co-captains Ryan Segalla (22) and Mark Hamilton (5) hold the hardware after Sunday's championship game. (Photo: Dave Arnold Photography)
 
Junior Evan Smith -- and his twin brother/linemate Mitchell -- were excellent in Elite 8 action over weekend in Salem, NH.
Junior Evan Smith -- and his twin brother/linemate Mitchell -- were excellent in Elite 8 action over weekend in Salem, NH. (Photo: Dave Arnold Photography)
 
Cushing Academy earned a hard-fought 1-0 decision over Avon in the NEPSIHA Large School Championship Game.
Cushing Academy earned a hard-fought 1-0 decision over Avon in the NEPSIHA Large School Championship Game. (Photo: Dave Arnold Photography)
 
Brooks topped Kents Hill, 4-1, to win the NEPSIHA Small School Championship Game.
Brooks topped Kents Hill, 4-1, to win the NEPSIHA Small School Championship Game. (Photo: Dave Arnold Photography)