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Wed. Jan. 28, 2015 Highlights
Avon Tops #1 Loomis; Wood Ejected in Nobles Win

@ Avon Old Farms 5, Loomis-Chaffee 2 – After playing well but coming up short in a 3-2 loss to Westminster Monday, the host Winged Beavers came out flying against #1 Loomis, building a 4-1 lead after the first period en route to the 5-2 win. John Giatrelis (2g,1a) had three points for Avon; and Patrick Harper (1g,1a), Tyler Carangelo (1g,1a), Brendan Ashe (2a), and Ben Mirageas (2a) each had two. Tucker Weppner (28/30) earned the win; Tim Birarelli (20/25) took the loss.

@ Kimball Union 2, Exeter 2 – A Teddy Hart goal at 10:33 of the third lifted still-undefeated Exeter to a 2-2 tie with host Kimball Union today. Bobby Young and Ben Finkelstein scored for KUA, both in the first period, while Ben Solin scored #2 Exeter’s first goal, also in the first period. Bryan Botcher (30/32) and Peyton Porter (26/28) were the goaltenders.

@ Nobles 3, St. Sebastian’s 2 – St. Seb’s came out blazing and took a 2-0 first period lead on goals from Peter Mullin and Christian Reenstierna, but Nobles struck back with goals from Zach Janfaza and Cody Todesco in the final three minutes, tying the game at 2-2 heading into the first intermission. The game-winner, in a physical second period, came on a Pat Murray goal at 12:42. From there, the hosts held on. Nobles goaltender Brendan Cytulik (20/22) earned the win, while Danny Higgins (18/21) was the hard luck loser. The Arrows struggled on the power play, squandering 12 minutes of man-up play. Nobles’ Miles Wood was assessed a major/game misconduct for head-butting with five minutes left in the period. Nobles’ Murray got a major for cross-checking in the third. A Billy Carrabino penalty with 2:13 left in regulation gave St. Seb’s a chance to tie it up with the extra skater. For Nobles, Wood will miss Friday’s game vs. Rivers. 

Choate 3 @ Trinity-Pawling 2 – Host T-P held a 2-0 lead halfway through the second, but the Wild Boars came back with goals from Nick Sanchez and Charley Borek to send it to the second intermission at 2-2. Borek scored the game-winner – and his second goal of the game – at 7:40 of the third. Sam Tucker (33/35) earned the win. Felix Marcotte-Hetu (25/28) took the loss.

Westminster 7 @ Deerfield 4 – Juniors Taggart Corriveau (4g,1a) and Johnny McDermott (1g,4a) led the charge with five points apiece.

Cushing 6 @ NMH 3 – Cushing broke out to a 4-0 lead and never looked back. Jack Carroll (2g,1a), David Cotton (1g,2a), and Jake Simons (1g,2a) led the Penguins attack. Goalies were recent Arizona State commit Joey Daccord (21/24), and Conor O/Brien (40/46).

Salisbury 1 @ Gunnery 0 – A Mike O’Leary goal in the first period, and a shutout from Bailey MacBurnie (28/28) was all Salisbury needed today. Both teams played a good, hard game. And both goalies, Salisbury’s MacBurnie and Gunnery’s Trevin Kozlowski (26/27) played well.

@ Berkshire 6, Hotchkiss 2 – Ryan Keelan (2g,2a) and Barclay Gammill (2g,2a) each had four points in the Bears win over the Bearcats. Spencer Cookson (24/26) picked up the win.

@ Kent 6, Taft 2 – Teddy Simson (1g,2a), Conor Landrigan (2g), and Greg Krisberg (2a) led the Lions. Peter Negron kicked out 25 of 27 for the win.

Tilton 2 @ New Hampton 1 (OT) – A Justin Goldman goal at 3:58 of OT lifted the Rams to victory. Alexander Gerasimenko (25/26) got the win.

@ Kingswood-Oxford 2, Pomfret 1 – Brendan Lantieri scored both of the Wyverns’ goals and Nick Bridges stopped 23 of 24 for the win. David Altman (33/35) was the hard-luck loser for Pomfret.

@ Williston 4, Millbrook 2JoJo Carbone (2g,1a), Jack Kelly (1g,1a), and Tyler Scroggins (1g,1a) led the Williston offense. Goalies were Owen Johansson (31/34) for Millbrook, and Shane Mason (26/28) for Williston.

Brewster Academy 3, Holderness 2 – Holderness kept it close, but Brewster never trailed in this one despite being outshot 38-24.  Kevin Lacroix (36/38) earned the win.


Sat. Jan. 31 Game Highlights

-- Interns Needed

Due to travel, there will be no game highlights for tonight. Please accept our apologies.

As usual, box scores will appear on the scoreboard page.

While we are on the subject of game highlights, we wish to announce that we are looking for one or more interns to handle part of this job for next season -- and possibly other writing assignments as well. While we are calling this an 'internship', it is actually a paid internship. The reason is simple. We do not approve of companies -- most with resources we can't even imagine  -- asking interns to work for free. So we won't do it. However, the pay will be on the nominal side. However, there will be chances for an increase.

Our search will center on prep, high school, or college students who are interested in sports journalism as a possible career. Someone recently out of college can also apply. Strong writing skills, which includes spelling and grammar, are requirements. Primary qualities we are looking for center around reliability, a desire to get the facts right, and an understanding of how news stories are constructed -- i.e., who, what, when, where, and (sometimes) why. Much of this will be learned by doing. The ability to write a great lede, from which the rest of any news story flows, takes a lot of practice. Writing game highlights is, essentially, writing a lede.

We don't care if applicants are male or female, or wish to work on the boys side of USHR, or the girls. We would like to at least try one or two applicants out between now and the end of the season.

Please send a writing example, be it journalism or any form of expository writing that you think represents your best work. Ideally, we would like to see submissions consist of one sports piece and one piece of expository writing on another subject. We're not picky, though. We're looking for promise. If you are proud of what you have, just send it along. And tell us a little something about yourself.

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Thank you.


Prep Composite, Week of Jan. 26, 2015
Mon. Jan. 26
Westminster @ Avon Old Farms, 4:15 pm -- moved up to 3:00 pm start time
Holderness @ St. Paul's, 4:30 pm
Portsmouth Abbey @ St. George's, 4:45 pm postponed, makeup date TBA
Canterbury @ Millbrook, 5:00 pm -- postponed, makeup date TBA
Trinity-Pawling @ Kingswood-Oxford, 5:00 pm postponed, makeup date TBA
Lawrenceville @ Portledge, 5:30 pm – postponed, makeup date TBA
Kent @ Salisbury, 5:45 pm postponed, makeup date TBA
Bishop Hendricken @ Malden Catholic, 6:00 pm -- postponed, makeup date TBA
Don Bosco Prep @ Seton Hall Prep, 6:15 pm -- postponed, makeup date TBA

Tues. Jan. 27 (check the skies)
Proctor @ Berwick, 3:45 pm -- postponed to Wed. Jan. 28 (3:30 pm)
Kents Hill @ Hebron, 4:15 pm -- postponed, makeup date TBA
CBA @ Delbarton, 4:45 pm -- postponed to Sat. 1/31 (5:00 pm)

Wed. Jan. 28
Hotchkiss @ Berkshire, 2:00 pm
Loomis-Chaffee @ Avon Old Farms, 2:30 pm
Cushing @ Northfield - Mt. Hermon, 2:30 pm
Taft @ Kent, 2:30 pm
Tilton @ New Hampton, 2:30 pm
Middlesex @ St. Mark's, 2:30 pm -- postponed, makeup date TBA
Vermont Academy @ Hoosac, 3:00 pm
Westminster @ Deerfield, 3:00 pm
LaSalle College HS (PA) @ Hill School, 3:15 pm
BB&N @ Groton, 3:30 pm -- postponed, makeup date TBA
Proctor @ Berwick, 3:45 pm -- postponed (again), makeup date TBA
Andover @ Winchendon, 3:30 pm -- postponed, makeup date TBA
Choate @ Trinity-Pawling, 3:30 pm
Lawrence Academy @ Governor's, 4:00 pm -- postponed, makeup date TBA
Salisbury @ Gunnery, 4:00 pm
St. Paul's @ Thayer, 4:00 pm -- postponed, makeup date TBA
Millbrook @ Williston-Northampton, 4:30 pm
Portsmouth Abbey @ Pingree, 4:30 pm -- postponed, makeup date TBA
Exeter @ Kimball Union, 4:30 pm
Lawrenceville @ Delbarton, 4:30 pm
Brewster Academy @ Holderness, 4:30 pm
St. Sebastian's @ Noble & Greenough, 4:30 pm
Kents Hill @ North Yarmouth Academy, 4:45 pm
Harvey @ Rye Country Day, 4:45 pm
Belmont Hill @ Brooks, 4:45 pm -- postponed, makeup date TBA
St. George's @ Dexter, 5:00 pm -- postponed, makeup date TBA
Rivers @ Roxbury Latin, 5:00 pm -- postponed, makeup date TBA
Pomfret @ Kingswood-Oxford, 5:00 pm
CBA @ Delbarton, 4:45 pm -- makeup game from Tues. 1/27
Upper Canada College @ Nichols, 5:30 pm
Portledge @ Princeton Day School, 5:30 pm
Chelmsford HS @ Central Catholic, 6:00 pm
Xaverian @ BC High, 6:15 pm
Austin Prep @ Arlington Catholic, 8:00 pm
Archbishop Williams @ St. John's Prep, 8:00 pm
Lincoln-Sudbury HS @ Malden Catholic, 8:00 pm

Thurs. Jan. 29
Proctor @ Tabor, 4:45 pm
Loomis-Chaffee @ Kingswood-Oxford, 5:00 pm
Don Bosco Prep @ Bergen Catholic, 5:30 pm
St. John's Shrewsbury @ Springfield Cathedral, 6:30 pm

Fri. Jan. 30
MacPherson Tournament @ St. Andrew's College
Forman School @ Harvey, 3:45 pm
Rye Country Day @ Hoosac, 4:00 pm
Trinity-Pawling @ Taft, 4:00 pm -- moved up from 7:00 pm
Bridgton Academy @ Rice Memorial, 4:15 pm
Académie Saint-Louis @ Kimball Union, 4:30 pm
Cushing @ Exeter, 5:00 pm
Rivers @ Noble & Greenough, 5:00 pm
Roxbury Latin @ Worcester Academy, 5:00 pm
Thayer @ St. Sebastian's, 5:00 pm
Kimball Union @ Tilton, 5:00 pm
BB&N @ Governor's, 5:15 pm
Lawrence Academy @ St. Paul's, 5:30 pm
Berwick @ Hebron, 5:45 pm
Portsmouth Abbey @ Moses Brown, 6:00 pm
Shady Side Academy @ Lawrenceville, 6:00 pm
National Sports Academy @ Vermont Academy, 6:30 pm
Delbarton @ Seton Hall Prep, 6:45 pm
Appleby College @ Nichols, 7:30 pm

Sat. Jan. 31
MacPherson Tournament @ St. Andrew's College
Nichols @ Ridley College, 1:00 pm
Académie Saint-Louis @ Vermont Academy, 2:00 pm
Williston-Northampton @ Albany Academy, 2:00 pm
Pomfret @ Canterbury, 2:00 pm
Bridgton Academy @ Rice Memorial, 2:30 pm
Governor's @ Brooks, 2:30 pm
Malden Catholic @ St. John's Prep, 2:30 pm
Shady Side Academy @ Lawrenceville, 2:45 pm
Groton @ Roxbury Latin, 3:00 pm
St. Mark's @ Dexter, 3:00 pm
Westminster @ Kent, 3:00 pm
Tilton @ Northfield - Mt. Hermon, 3:30 pm
Salisbury @ Berkshire, 3:30 pm
Cushing @ Belmont Hill, 3:45 pm
Millbrook @ Brunswick, 4:00 pm
Middlesex @ Rivers, 4:00 pm
Deerfield @ Hotchkiss, 4:00 pm
Kingswood-Oxford @ Taft, 4:00 pm
Hoosac @ Hebron, 4:00 pm
Loomis-Chaffee @ Andover, 4:15 pm
North Yarmouth Academy @ Pingree, 4:30 pm
CBA @ Delbarton, 5:00 pm -- makeup of Tues. 1/27 game
Hill School @ Gunnery, 5:00 pm
New Hampton @ Brewster Academy, 5:15 pm
Rye Country Day @ Worcester Academy, 5:45 pm
Avon Old Farms @ Choate, 6:00 pm
Austin Prep @ Bishop Fenwick, 6:00 pm
St. Sebastian's @ Exeter, 6:00 pm
Portsmouth Abbey @ Moses Brown, 6:00 pm
Xaverian @ Catholic Memorial, 6:30 pm
Arlington Catholic @ Central Catholic, 6:45 pm
Springfield Cathedral @ Mount St. Charles, 7:00 pm

Sun. Feb. 1
MacPherson Tournament @ St. Andrew's College
Bridgton Academy @ Stanstead College, 1:00 pm
Winchendon @ Canterbury, 1:00 pm

Mon. Feb. 2
Bergen Catholic @ Portledge, 4:00 pm
Holderness @ New Hampton, 4:30 pm
Trinity-Pawling @ Hotchkiss, 4:30 pm
BB&N @ Middlesex, 4:45 pm
Brunswick @ Salisbury, 5:00 pm
Williston-Northampton @ Westminster, 5:00 pm
Albany Academy @ Berkshire, 5:00 pm
Hoosac @ Millbrook, 5:30 pm -- makeup of Jan. 24 game
Dexter @ Brooks, 6:00 pm
Pomfret @ Portsmouth Abbey, 6:15 pm
Austin Prep @ Tewksbury HS, 7:00 pm
Bishop Guertin HS @ Malden Catholic, 7:00 pm

Jan. 24th Berkshire @ Avon game will be made up Mon. Feb. 16th, 4:45 pm
Jan. 26th T-P @ K-O game will be made up Mon. Feb. 16, 5:00 pm
Jan. 26 Canterbury @ Millbrook game will be made up Mon. Feb. 16, 5:00 pm


No Losers in This One

Exeter, NH -- Dexter came close to knocking off undefeated Exeter tonight, but didn't and had to settle for a 2-2 tie in a game as good -- and as hard-fought -- as any we have seen this season.

"It felt like playoff hockey," Exeter coach Dana Barbin said afterward.

It did indeed.

For the first half of the game, it looked like Exeter, which held a 1-0 lead courtesy of junior center Devin Moore's rebound goal 25 seconds into the second period, was on the verge of taking control. Dexter was playing well, but it was also a slightly cautious, not-to-lose approach. Senior goaltender Nick Lanni, who has taken over as the Dexter's #1 goalie, was facing a lot of shots. And for the first half of the game he kept it a one-goal game.

Things became interesting when Dexter junior forward Patrick Daly scored after slipping a defender and breaking in alone on Exeter goalie Bryan Botcher. This, by the way, was a pure speed goal that not many prep players can make. Like Exeter's Teddy Hart, Daly is a player opponents have to be constantly aware of when he's on the ice. If he gets behind the D, he's off to the races, and that's what happened here.

Daly's goal changed the tenor of the game. From that point forward, the game was ratcheted up a couple of notches. Dexter, which previously had their hands full just trying to keep Exeter at bay, came to life, and, for the first time in the game, forced Exeter back on their heels and controlled play for a long stretch.

Exeter was allowing Dexter too much puck possesion time, and, not surprisingly, less than four minutes later, with 1:55 remaining in the period, junior Kevin Hock put Dexter up 2-1, a lead the visitors took into the second intermission.

Exeter, despite being unable to convert on any of their three power play opportunities in the game (Dexter had no power plays), got it back to 2-2 at the 2:49 mark of the third period when senior Andy Espinoza scored off a deflection in front.

With the score tied, 2-2, the third period featured great up-and-down hockey, missed chances, blocked shots, and some excellent saves. As the clock wound down, that game had that inevitability-of-overtime feel.

And overtime was the best of all. This was where Botcher had to come up big for Exeter, as Dexter controlled play early and in two separate sequences masses of players were all over the crease banging away at pucks, but Botcher stood tall and, while Exeter's winning streak is gone, they remain the only undefeated team in prep hockey.

"It was a great tie," Dexter coach Dan Donato said. "I think we found ourselves as a team. I think we played a more mature team game than we have lately. Our guys are understanding the system now. Our discipline on the forecheck didn't allow them to come up ice with speed. It was our best game in a while, but we still haven't put together a full game.

Donato reported that Lanni, Dexter's goaltender, gave a highly emotional speech in the locker room between the second and third period.

"He talked about a relative who had died of cancer. It was one of the best speeches I've ever heard," Donato said, adding, "It didn't leave me much to say."


Wed. Jan. 21, 2015 Highlights

T-P Ties Up Salisbury; Taft Puts a Scare into Loomis

Loomis 6 @ Taft 4
-- #1-ranked Loomis held a 5-0 lead over Taft going into the third period, but the Rhinos came out with a charge, scoring four consecutive goals -- led by a hat trick from sophomore Matteo Mangiardi -- in under nine minutes to put a scare into the visitors. Senior Ben Sharf (1g,2a) led the Loomis scorers. Loomis outshot Taft 32-29. The Pelicans are now 14-1-0. 

Exeter 5 @ Tabor 1 -- #2 Exeter moved to 15-0-0 as the senior line of Andy Espinoza (2g), Stanley Brenner, (1g,1a), and Max Roche (1g,1a) each had two points. So, too, did junior D Trevor Cosgrove (1g,1a).

@ Westminster 5, Canterbury 1 -- Senior Jack Fitzgerald (2g,1a), and juniors Taggart Corriveau (2g), and Kevin O'Leary (1g,1a) led the charge for Westminster. Junior Nick Sanford (15/16) got the win.

@ Choate 2, Berkshire 1 (OT) -- A goal from sophomore D Billy Overby -- his first of the year -- at 3:57 of overtime gave the Wild Boars the win. Choate senior Andrew Tucci (27/28) and Berkshire junior Spencer Cookson (33/35) had strong games between the pipes.

Cushing 7 @ Thayer 2 -- Cushing senior Stephen Marsico had a hat trick (the third goal was an empty-netter) and an assist to lead the Penguins past Thayer. Junior Ty Amonte (1g,1a) and senior Lincoln Griffin (2a) had a hand in both Thayer goals. Cushing actually had two ENG in this one, as coach Tony Amonte pulled Mike Royer for the extra skater at the start of the third period and again at the end. While the score would indicate that Cushing dominated Thayer, that's not quite true. Thayer outshot Cushing, 40-32. But Joey Daccord (38 saves) was the better goalie, and #3 Cushing improves to 14-1-2 in NEPSIHA play.

Hotchkiss 3 @ Kent 1 -- A third-period power play goal from junior Will Somers broke the 1-1 deadlock, and senior Tim Allen added an empty-netter. Hotchkiss senior Louis-Philippe De Courcy (32/33) got the win and Kent junior Jackson Norris (36/38) was the hard luck loser.
@ St. Sebastian's 4, Andover 2 -- Senior Will D'Orsi (1g,1eng, 1a) and sophomore RJ Murphy (1g,2a) led the attack and senior G Danny Higgins (21/23) did the rest. Andover's Rob Bakerian was called for a hit from behind and given a five minute major and a game misconduct at 1:49 of the first.

Kimball Union 4 @ Deerfield 2 -- With the two teams tied 1-1 in the third, KUA went on a binge, striking for three straight goals in under two minutes. PG Oscar Flory (17/19) got the win. The #8 Wildcats improved to 15-4-0.

Pomfret 2 @ Worcester Academy 1 (OT) -- Junior F Christian Figliola scored his first goal of the season at 2:04 to lift Pomfret to the OT win. Pomfret senior Carlin Testa and Worcester junior Jack Moore (26/28) were strong in net.

Trinity-Pawling 3 @ Salisbury 3 --  The two teams traded goals throughout the game, but the final one, which allowed Salisbury to escape with the tie, came from junior Tom Lee who, with goalie Nick Sorgio pulled for the extra skater and 52 seconds on the clock, found the back of the net. #4 Salisbury outshot T-P 37-17. Senior Felix Marcotte-Hetu had 34 saves for T-P.

@ Albany Academy 5, Hoosac 2 -- PG Tyson Araujo had a hat trick and sophomore Josh Sanchez and senior Nick Boyagian each had two points to lead the Cadets attack. Junior Giancarlo Ventre kicked out 36 of 38 for the win.

Roxbury Latin 5 @ Middlesex 3 -- Roxbury Latin got goals from five different scorers and sophomore goalie Bryan McGrath (19/22) got the win.

St. George's 3 @ BB&N 2 -- Host BB&N had a 2-0 lead late in the second, but St. George's scored the next three. The GWG was scored by sophomore Toby Almeida. Dragons junior G Colin Seely (20/22) got the win.

@ Avon 5, NMH 3 -- Senior Chase Zieky had a hat trick and junior Jamie Armstong (1g, 2a) and soph Patrick Harper (3a) each had three points to lead the Winged Beavers to their third straight win.

Gunnery 9 @ Millbrook 4 -- Gunnery had three power play goals, a SHG from junior Cam Donaldson, and a penalty shot score from senior Jake Marrello to account for five of their goals today. Marello (1g,3a) led all scorers with four points. Shawn Knowlton, Donaldson, Josh Gagne and D Nick Quillan each had three points. #5 Gunnery improves to 14-4-0.

@ New Hampton 3, Berwick 0 -- The hosts had goals from three different players and sophomore Thomas McLarnon stopped all 19 shots he faced.

@ St. Mark's 6, Holderness 2 -- Senior Adam Lee (1g,3a), and juniors Zach Tsekos (1g,2a), Luke O'Brien (2g), Derek Osik (2g) and Tyler Rogers (2a) led the Lions' attack. Junior Ryan Ferland kicked out 20 of 22 shots. The #10 Lions extend their unbeaten streak to eight games. O'Brien was taken from the game with 2:48 remaining in the second period after a hit to the head.

Proctor 4 @ Groton 1 -- This was a 2-1 game inside the final two minutes when Proctor notched a pair of  empty-netters. Senior Connor Fries and junior Jake Pappalardo each had two goals. It was a goalies game; senior Beau Collins (35/36) got the win; junior Matt Efros (37/39) took the loss.

@ Portsmouth Abbey 1, Pingree 1 -- Senior Harrison Wall scored with a minute to go and the goalie pulled for the extra attacker to lift PA to the tie at home. Soph Bailey Strangis (39/40) was in net for Portsmouth Abbey; senior Chris Devito (21/22) for Pingree.

@ Nobles 5, St. Paul's 3 -- This was a 4-3 game after SPS senior Austin Ricci scored a SHG with 2:14 left in regulation. St. Paul's pulled goalie Nathan Colannino for the extra skater and Luke Stevens scored an ENG with nine seconds on the clock to salt it away and extend Nobles' winning streak to seven games. The #6 Bulldogs are now 11-3-1. Ricci had a hat trick for St. Paul's and led all scorers in the game.

@ Dexter 2, Kents Hill 0 -- Senior Ryan Donato and junior Patrick Daly scored for Dexter and senior goalie Nick Lannie (18/18) earned the shutout. Junior Billy McLaughlin (36/38) was the hard-luck loser.

@ Brooks 1, Rivers 1 -- With the game tied 0-0 early in the third Rivers senior F Joe Sacco scored at the 4:05 mark. Brooks junior F Paul Cappozzi tied it up just 28 seconds later and that's the way it ended. Senior Max Prawdzik (22/23) was in net for Brooks; and freshman Aidan Porter (20/21) for Rivers. #9 Brooks is now 11-1-3.


Prep Composite, Week of Jan. 19, 2015
Mon. Jan. 19
Central Catholic @ Lincoln-Sudbury HS, 2:00 pm
Berkshire @ Hotchkiss, 4:30 pm
Trinity-Pawling @ Gunnery, 4:30 pm
Choate @ Salisbury, 5:00 pm
Kent @ Millbrook, 5:30 pm
Chelmsford HS @ Xaverian, 5:45 pm
St. Mary's-Lynn @ Austin Prep, 6:00 pm

Tues. Jan. 20
Nichols @ St. Michael's College School, 3:00 pm
Gloucester Catholic @ Delbarton, 4:45 pm
Xaverian @ St. John's Prep, 8:00 pm

Wed. Jan. 21
Hotchkiss @ Kent, 2:30 pm
Exeter @ Tabor, 2:30 pm
Tilton @ Brewster Academy, 2:30 pm
Canterbury @ Westminster, 2:45 pm
Loomis-Chaffee @ Taft, 2:45 pm
Pomfret vs. Worcester Academy, 3:15 pm – at New England Sports Center
Lawrence Academy @ Milton, 3:30 pm
Hebron @ Bridgton Academy, 3:30 pm
Berkshire @ Choate, 3:30 pm
Appleby College @ St. Andrew's College, 4:00 pm
Cushing @ Thayer, 4:00 pm
Hoosac @ Albany Academy, 4:00 pm
Roxbury Latin @ Middlesex, 4:00 pm
Proctor @ Groton, 4:15 pm
Andover @ St. Sebastian's, 4:15 pm
Kimball Union @ Deerfield, 4:15 pm
Northfield - Mt. Hermon @ Avon Old Farms, 4:30 pm
St. George's @ BB&N, 4:30 pm
Williston-Northampton @ Vermont Academy, 4:30 pm
Trinity-Pawling @ Salisbury, 4:30 pm
Holderness @ St. Mark's, 4:30 pm
Wyoming Seminary @ Lawrenceville, 4:30 pm
Gunnery @ Millbrook, 4:45 pm
Kents Hill @ Dexter, 5:00 pm
Rivers @ Brooks, 5:00 pm
Bridgton Academy @ North Yarmouth Academy, 5:00 pm
Pingree @ Portsmouth Abbey, 5:00 pm
Berwick @ New Hampton, 5:00 pm
St. Paul's @ Noble & Greenough, 5:15 pm
Reading HS @ BC High, 5:15 pm
Portledge @ Rye Country Day, 5:45 pm
Malden Catholic @ Catholic Memorial, 6:00 pm
Central Catholic @ Westford Academy, 7:45 pm

Thurs. Jan. 22
Shrewsbury HS @ Springfield Cathedral, 6:30 pm
Delbarton @ Fairfield Prep (CT), 7:00 pm

Fri. Jan. 23
Stanstead College @ Rice Memorial, 12:15 pm
Pingree @ Roxbury Latin, 3:30 pm
Académie Saint-Louis @ Tilton, 4:00 pm
Holderness @ Berwick, 4:15 pm
Portledge @ St. Peter's Prep, 4:15 pm
BB&N @ St. Mark's, 5:00 pm
Dexter @ Exeter, 5:00 pm -- moved up to a 5:30 pm start
Brewster Academy @ Kimball Union, 5:00 pm
New Hampton @ Vermont Academy, 6:00 pm
Governor's @ Cushing, 6:00 pm -- moved up to a 6:30 pm start
Noble & Greenough @ Lawrence Academy, 6:00 pm
Thayer @ Andover, 6:30 pm
National Sports Academy @ Bridgton Academy, 7:00 pm
Lawrenceville @ Trinity-Pawling, 7:00 pm
Nichols @ Upper Canada College, 7:30 pm
Stanstead College @ Ridley College, 8:30 pm

Sat. Jan. 24
Rice Memorial @ The Edge School, 10:00 am
Central Catholic @ Springfield Cathedral, 12:00 pm
National Sports Academy @ Bridgton Academy, 12:00 pm
Lake Forest Academy @ St. Francis Prep, 12:15 pm
Stanstead College @ St. Michael's College, 12:15 pm
Lawrenceville @ Northfield - Mt. Hermon, 1:00 pm
BC High @ Malden Catholic, 1:00 pm
Northwood Junior vs. St. Andrew's College, 2:00 pm – at St. Lawrence University
Worcester Academy @ North Yarmouth Academy, 2:00 pm
Xaverian @ Brockton HS, 2:00 pm
Berkshire @ Avon Old Farms, 2:30 pm
Belmont Hill @ St. Paul's, 2:30 pm
Trinity-Pawling @ Kingswood-Oxford, 2:30 pm
Taft @ Canterbury, 2:45 pm
Rivers @ BB&N, 3:00 pm
Tabor @ Berwick, 3:00 pm
St. Mark's @ St. George's, 3:00 pm
St. John's Prep @ St. John's Shrewsbury, 3:15 pm
Groton @ Middlesex, 3:30 pm
Lawrence Academy @ Proctor, 3:30 pm
Milton @ Kimball Union, 3:30 pm
Brewster Academy @ New Hampton, 4:00 pm
Académie Saint-Louis @ Phillips Exeter School JV, 4:00 pm
Winchendon @ Kents Hill, 4:30 pm
Williston-Northampton @ Gunnery, 4:30 pm
Holderness @ Brooks, 4:30 pm
Portsmouth Abbey @ Vermont Academy, 4:45 pm
Hill School @ Brunswick, 5:00 pm
St. Sebastian's @ Governor's, 5:00 pm
Albany Academy @ Pomfret, 5:00 pm
Andover @ Noble & Greenough, 5:30 pm
Rye Country Day @ Moses Brown, 5:45 pm
Hoosac @ Millbrook, 6:00 pm
Hebron @ Tilton, 6:00 pm
Westminster @ Loomis-Chaffee, 6:30 pm
Kent @ Salisbury, 7:00 pm
Exeter vs. Hotchkiss, 7:00 pm – at Trinity College
Choate @ Deerfield, 7:00 pm
Bishop Fenwick @ Austin Prep, 8:00 pm

Sun. Jan. 25
Rice Memorial @ St. Michael's College School, 10:00 am
Northwood Junior vs. St. Andrew's College, 11:00 am – at Clarkson University
Académie Saint-Louis @ Hoosac, 11:00 am
Albany Academy @ Moses Brown, 11:15 am
Taft @ Northfield - Mt. Hermon, 12:45 pm
Delbarton @ Bergen Catholic, 5:45 pm
Hun School @ Don Bosco Prep, 6:15 pm

Mon. Jan. 26
Westminster @ Avon Old Farms, 4:15 pm
Holderness @ St. Paul's, 4:30 pm
Portsmouth Abbey @ St. George's, 4:45 pm
Canterbury @ Millbrook, 5:00 pm
Lawrenceville @ Portledge, 5:30 pm
Bishop Hendricken @ Malden Catholic, 6:00 pm
Don Bosco Prep @ Seton Hall Prep, 6:15 pm


Sat. Jan. 17, 2015 Highlights

-- Gardner Wins #700; Exeter Edges Andover in OT

Avon Old Farms 3 @ Kent 2
Avon head coach John Gardner earned his 700th win today as the Winged Beavers, playing on the road, came back from a 2-0 first period deficit to win 3-2 on junior Tyler Carangelo's second goal of the game with 47 seconds remaining. Avon senior Tucker Weppner (29/31) got the win, while Kent soph Peter Negron (32/35) took the loss.

Salisbury 4 @ Westminster 2
Westminster's Jack Fitzgerald scored a SHG to put the hosts up 2-0 early in the second, but #5 Salisbury bounced back with three in the second, and added another in the third. Junior F Mike O'Leary (2g,1a) led Salisbury, who were outshot 36-22. PG G Bailey MacBurnie (34/36) had a big day between the pipes for Salisbury, which has won six in a row. Westminster has lost four of their last five.

@ Belmont Hill 5, Governor's 3 -- Belmont Hill got goals from five different scorers today to make up for a 3-2 loss at Gov's on Dec. 10. In the 13 games since then, the Hillies have lost only one game (to Brunswick at the Belmont Hill-Nichols Tournament). In NEPSIHA play, Bel Hill is 7-1-3 in that span.

St. Paul's 3 @ St. Sebastian's 0 -- The host Arrows outshot SPS, 34-23, but came up empty as St. Paul's senior G Nathan Colannino (34/34) shut them out. St. Seb's has gone 0-4-1 in their last five games. In the four losses the Arrows have only come up with two goals while being shut out twice. 

@ Berkshire 7, Williston 5 --Sophomore F Ryan Keelan (2g,1a) and junior F Barclay Gammill (2g,1a) led the Bears' attack. For Williston, senior F Tyler Scroggins (1g,2a) had three points.

Nobles 5 @ Proctor 0 -- #6 Nobles, with goals from five different scorers and a 31-save shutout from junior Brendan Cytulik, won their sixth straight.

@ Brunswick 4, Hoosac 1 -- Brunswick outshot Hoosac 52-17. Junior Brian Ketchabaw (16/17) got the win, but Hoosac senior G Jordan Elwood (48/52) battled hard to keep the final score respectable. #7 Brunswick has won six straight NEPSIHA games, and seven overall. They are now 17-3-0.

@ Brooks 3, Roxbury Latin 0 -- Brooks got goals from three different scorers and an 11-save shutout from sophomore Johnny Trotto. Roxbury Latin sophomore G Bryan McGrath (31/33) was the hard-luck loser. #10 Brooks improves to 11-1-2.

St. Mark's 4 @ Rivers 2 -- Junior Peter Housakos (1g,2a) and senior Adam Lee (1g,1a) led the offense and junior G Ryan Ferland (19/21) took care of business between the pipes. St. Mark's is now riding a seven-game unbeaten streak (6-0-1).

Exeter 4 @ Andover 3 (OT) -- Exeter had a 2-0 lead early in the second, but Andover came back with three straight goals to take a 3-2 lead. Exeter senior Andy Espinoza tied it up with 3:56 left in the second. After a scoreless third period, the game went into OT, where senior Teddy Hart won it, giving Exeter Part I of the rivalry. PG Bryan Botcher (30/33) got the win; Andover senior Erik Wurman (37/41) took the loss. #2 Exeter is now 14-0-0.

Loomis 7 @ Hotchkiss 1 -- Seniors Alex Esposito (2g,1a), Ben Sharf (1g,2a), and Eric Benshadle (1g,2a) led the Pelicans offense. In net, junior Tim Birarelli (21/22) played two periods, and soph Adin Farhat (8/8) played one. Shots were 30-30. #1 Loomis improves to 13-1-0.

NMH 9, Holderness 3 -- Senior Ben Freeman (2g,3a), senior Peter Owen Hayward (3g,1a), junior Oliver Chau (1g,3a), and PG Tommy O'Brien (3g) provided all the offense as the Hoggers, who hadn't scored as many as four goals in a game since Dec. 6, busted out. Senior G Conor O'Brien stopped 29 of 32 for the win.

Worcester Academy 2 @ Kingswood-Oxford 1 (OT) -- Freshman D Devin Lannan scored at 2:20 of OT to lift the Hilltoppers to the road win. Freshman G Devin Barresi kicked out 23 of 24 for the win. 

@ Lawrenceville 5, Académie Saint-Louis 1
-- Académie Saint-Louis outshot host L'ville 43-26 but junior G Zach McCloskey (42/43) came up big for the home team.

@ BB&N 7, Moses Brown 2 -- Sophomore F Alex Cohen (2g,1a) and freshman F Jack Studley (1g,2a) led the offense and junior G Sihak Lee stopped 19 of 20 shots (in 44 min.) for the win.

@ North Yarmouth Academy 5, Rye Country Day 2 -- Sophomore F Bobby Murray notched a hat trick and added an assist to lead NYA.

@ Trinity-Pawling 2, Deerfield 1 -- Senior F Austin Askoy scored a third period goal to lift T-P to the home win and snap a six-game winless streak. Senior Felix Marcotte-Hetu (18/19) earned the win. T-P outshot Deerfield 30-19. Deerfield senior G Jake Kahler had 28 saves in a losing cause.

@ Pingree 2, Middlesex 2 (OT) -- After Middlesex took a 2-0 lead in the first, Pingree came back with one in the second and one in the third to gain the tie. Pingree senior goalie Chris DeVito (40/42) and Middlesex junior Derek Goguen (23/25) had strong games.

Millbrook 5 @ Pomfret 2 -- Junior F Luka Piccolo (1g,2a) led the Millbrook point-getters and sophomore G Cole Hayward stopped 33 of 35 shots for the win.

@ Canterbury 5, Albany Academy 1 -- Junior forwards Travis Schneider (2g,2a) and Ryan Lynch (1g,2a) led the offense, and senior G Chris Krotz (25/26) got the win. A couple of AA's key players, leading scorer Kevin O'Neil and top D Jeff Fasegha, were injured and are out indefinitely.

New Hampton 6 @ Hebron 2 -- Junior forwards Dominick Thomas, with a hat trick, and Ty Turgeon, with a goal and two assists, led the New Hampton attack. Junior G Jacob Burhans picked up the win in goal.

@ Choate 4, Taft 2 -- Taft took a 2-1 lead into the third, but Choate responded with three consecutive goals, from Jeremy Germain, Henry Marshall, and Craig Uyeno (an empty-netter). Also, senior F Turner Uppgren had a goal and an assist for the Wild Boars, and senior F Trevor McGee did likewise for the Rhinos. Choate senior G Andrew Tucci (22/24) got the win and Taft sophomore G Andrew Farrier took the loss. 

Vermont Academy 4 @ Tilton 1 -- Junior forwards Houston Wilson (1g,1a and an ENG) and Justin Cole (1g,1a) were the big offensive contributors while junior goaltender Josh Bolding stopped 34 of the 35 shots he faced.

@ Tabor 1, Kimball Union 0 -- Junior defenseman Brett Dineen's second-period goal, and the shutout goaltending of senior Riley Whitham (23/23) were all Tabor needed to upset #8 KUA, who had won the Tabor Tournament two weeks ago here. KUA's PG goaltender Oscar Flory (22/23) was the hard-luck loser.


Wed. Jan. 14, 2015 Highlights

Berkshire 5 @ NMH 3 -- Junior Barclay Gammill had a hat trick and an assist to lead Berkshire. Sophomore Matt Koopman (1g, 2a) and sophomore Ryan Keelan (2a) also pitched in. Senior Spencer Cookson (27/30) got the win. PG Tommy O'Brien had two goals for the Hoggers.

New Hampton 5 @ Proctor 4 -- Senior Joe Smith (2g,2a) had a hand in four of New Hampton's five goals, and soph Robert Herrman (1g,1a) had two points. Juniors Jake Pappalardo (1g,2a) and Jack Hall (2g) led the Hornets.

Cushing 7 @ Tabor 0 -- Senior Jake Simons (2g,2a), junior David Cotton (2g,1a), junior Bailey Conger (3a), sophomore Marc McLaughlin (2g) and senior Danny Eruzione (2a) led the Penguins attack. Senior G Joey Daccord (22/22) got the shutout. #3 Cushing is now 13-1-1 in NEPSIHA play.

Avon Old Farms 1 @ Hotchkiss 0 -- Senior Chase Zieky's second-period goal was all the offense the Winged Beavers needed today. Sophomore Brandon Schellin (24/24) got the shutout for Avon; senior Louis-Phillipe De Courcy (22/23) was the hard-luck loser.

Kent 2 @ Trinity-Pawling 1 (OT) -- Junior Satchel Clendenin scored 14 second into OT to lift Kent to the 2-1 road win. In net, sophomore Peter Negron (27/28) earned the win. For T-P, senior Felix Marcotte-Hetu kicked out 31 of 33 shots in a losing effort.

@ Belmont Hill 2, Thayer 1 -- A flukey goal early in the third -- a pass from the corner deflected onto the stick of Sam Hesler alone in front, and the sophomore slid it past Thayer goalie Michael Royer -- turned out to be the GWG.

Middlesex 6 @ Portsmouth Abbey 1 -- Senior Sam Carlin (1g,3a) and Eric Shaw (2g) led Middlesex. Junior Tristan Collins had 15 saves for Middlesex. PA was outshot 49-16.

Brunswick 6 @ Millbrook 0 -- Junior Colin Slyne had a hat trick and junior Max Fuld had two goals. In net,  senior Matteo Esposito (24/24) picked up the shutout. The win was the 11th in the last 12 games (9 of 10 in NEPSIHA play) for the #7-ranked Bruins.

@ Taft 4, Westminster 3 -- A Sam Nestor goal with 2:27 remaining lifted Taft to the home win. Senior G Joseph Lissak stopped 30 of 33 shots for the win. Nestor, a junior, also had three assists for the Rhinos, while senior Peter Straub (2g,1a) and senior Marcus Mollica (2a) had big days as well. Westminster outshot Taft 33-21, but lost for the third time in four games.

Tilton 2 @ Andover 2 -- A third-period goal from John Morretti (1g,1a) lifted Tilton to a 2-2 road tie. Andover had a 2-0 lead after the first period on a pair of goals from senior John Festa. Tilton outshot Andover 36-28.

@ Pomfret 4, Winchendon 3 (OT) -- Winchendon had a 3-1 lead with one minute to play but junior Andrew Douglas made it a one-goal game before senior Cam McGuire tied it up with 33 seconds left in regulation. McGuire struck again in OT, scoring a PP goal to win it. Winchendon outshot Pomfret, 39-21. Pomfret junior goalie David Altman had 36 saves for the win. 

Loomis-Chaffee 7 @ Deerfield 2 -- #1 Loomis moved to 12-1-0 in NEPSIHA play. The brothers Esposito each had two goals and an assist. Senior Eric Benshadle had two goals and PG Cam Toohey had a pair of assists. Loomis outshot Deerfield 36-18.

@ Williston-Northampton 6, Worcester Academy 0 -- Senior D Chris Dumont and senior forward Tyler Scroggins each had a goal and a pair of assists to lead Williston. Junior Shane Mason (14/14) and senior Elie Small (7/7) split the shutout. Williston had a 41-21 edge in shots.

Choate 2 @ Canterbury 2 -- A third-period goal by senior Shane Sellar lifted host Canterbury to a 2-2 tie. Both goaltenders, Canterbury senior Chris Krotz and Choate senior Sam Tucker, kicked out 33 of 35 shots.

@ Nobles 4, Lawrence 3 -- LA held a 2-1 lead entering the third but Nobles responded with three straight goals en route to the 4-3 home win. Senior Miles Wood (1g,1a) and junior Michael Fahie (2a) led the way for Nobles. Senior Evan Dahl had two assists for LA. Junior Brendan Cytulik (15/18) got the win; junior Mike Robinson (41/45) was the hard-luck loser. #6 Nobles has won all five games they've played this month.

Hebron 6 @ Groton 1 -- Senior G Devin Sadovnick kicked out 32 of 33 shots for the Lumberjacks. Senior Jeremie Piche (2g,2a) led the attack. Junior Hunter Sadovnick (2g) and senior Christophe Gagne (1g,1a) each had two-point nights.

@ NYA 5, Pingree 4 -- Host NYA held a 5-1 second-period lead but Pingree scored three straight to make it interesting. Junior Josh Chapman (2g,1a) led the NYA attack. Sophomore JT Chamberlain had two goals for Pingree.

@ KUA 4, Vermont Academy 0 -- Sophomore Bobby Young had a pair of goals. Junior F Jack Doherty (1g,1a) and senior D Ben Shapiro (1g,1a) each had two points. Swedish PG Oscar Flory (23/23) picked up the shutout for the #8-ranked Wildcats.

@ Holderness 3, Berwick 1 -- Senior Frederic Cyr (1g, 1 ENG, 1a) junior Logan Clarke (1g,2a), and soph Tyler Green (3a) led the attack and senior Mark Michaels kicked out 21 of 22 for the win.

Brooks 4 @ St. George's 1 -- #10 Brooks got goals from junior defensemen Colin Stevens and Connor Moore, junior F Alex Vincent-Ouici, and soph F Danny Philbrick. Senior G Max Prawdzik (18/19) earned the win.

Exeter 7 @ Governor's 1 -- Senior Teddy Hart (2g,1a) and junior Ben Solin (1g,3a) led the attack as #2 Exeter improves to 13-0-0. Junior D Peter Christie was injured on a hit from behind and may be out for a while.

St. Paul's 3 @ Milton 3 -- Junior D Collin Van der Veen tied it up for host Milton with 1:15 left in regulation.


Prep Composite, Week of Jan. 12, 2015

 Mon. Jan. 12
Holderness @ New Hampton, 4:30 pm
Kent @ Millbrook, 5:30 pm -- postponed to Mon. 1/19 at 5:30 pm
Choate @ Loomis-Chaffee, 5:30 pm – makeup of 12/15 flued-out game
Hun School @ Portledge, 5:30 pm

Tues. Jan. 13
John's Prep @ Malden Catholic, 6:00 pm
Catholic Memorial @ Xaverian, 7:45 pm

Wed. Jan. 14
Avon Old Farms @ Hotchkiss, 2:30 pm
Vermont Academy @ Kimball Union, 2:30 pm
Tilton @ Andover, 2:30 pm
Westminster @ Taft, 2:30 pm
Kent @ Trinity-Pawling, 2:30 pm
New Hampton @ Proctor, 2:30 pm
Hoosac vs. Portledge, 2:30 pm – at Brewster (NY) Ice Arena
Berkshire @ Northfield - Mt. Hermon, 3:00 pm
Hebron @ Bridgton Academy, 3:30 pm
Cushing @ Tabor, 3:45 pm
Don Bosco Prep @ Hill School, 4:00 pm
Choate @ Canterbury, 4:00 pm
Middlesex @ Portsmouth Abbey, 4:00 pm
Brooks @ St. George's, 4:00 pm
St. Andrew's College @ Appleby College, 4:30 pm
Hebron @ Groton, 4:30 pm
Kents Hill @ Brewster Academy, 4:30 pm
Worcester Academy @ Williston-Northampton, 4:30 pm
Pingree @ North Yarmouth Academy, 4:45 pm
Winchendon @ Pomfret, 4:45 pm
Brunswick @ Millbrook, 5:00 pm
Moses Brown @ Roxbury Latin, 5:00 pm
Lawrence Academy @ Noble & Greenough, 5:00 pm
Loomis-Chaffee @ Deerfield, 5:00 pm
St. Paul's @ Milton, 5:00 pm
Delbarton @ CBA, 5:00 pm
Thayer @ Belmont Hill, 5:00 pm
Exeter @ Governor's, 5:15 pm
Berwick @ Holderness, 5:30 pm
Austin Prep @ Archbishop Williams, 7:00 pm
Central Catholic @ Waltham High, 7:00 pm
Springfield Cathedral @ St. John's Shrewsbury, 7:00 pm

Thurs. Jan. 15
Princeton Day School @ Lawrenceville, 5:00 pm
BC High @ Arlington Catholic, 8:00 pm

Fri. Jan. 16
Northwood School Invitational; Lake Placid, NY
BB&N @ Rivers, 5:00 pm
Worcester Academy @ Portsmouth Abbey, 5:00 pm
Winchendon @ Williston-Northampton, 5:00 pm
Roxbury Latin @ St. Mark's, 5:00 pm
Dexter @ New Hampton, 5:30 pm
Tabor @ St. George's, 5:30 pm
Tilton @ Holderness, 5:30 pm
Cushing @ Deerfield, 6:00 pm
Brooks @ Milton, 6:30 pm
Berwick @ Brewster Academy, 7:00 pm
Academie Saint-Louis @ Hill School, 8:00 pm

Sat. Jan. 17
Northwood School Invitational; Lake Placid, NY
St. John's Prep @ BC High, 11:00 am
Bishop Hendricken @ Springfield Cathedral, 1:00 pm
Millbrook @ Pomfret, 1:30 pm
Nichols @ St. Andrew's College, 1:30 pm
Moses Brown @ BB&N, 2:00 pm
Albany Academy @ Canterbury, 2:00 pm
Worcester Academy @ Kingswood-Oxford, 2:00 pm
Kiski School @ Portsmouth Abbey, 2:00 pm
Academie Saint-Louis @ Lawrenceville, 2:00 pm
Rye Country Day @ North Yarmouth Academy, 2:15 pm
Avon Old Farms @ Kent, 2:30 pm
Nichols @ St. Andrew's College, 2:30 pm
Middlesex @ Pingree, 2:30 pm
Loomis-Chaffee @ Hotchkiss, 2:30 pm
Williston-Northampton @ Berkshire, 2:30 pm
Deerfield @ Trinity-Pawling, 2:30 pm
Vermont Academy @ Tilton, 3:00 pm
Salisbury @ Westminster, 3:00 pm
St. Paul's @ St. Sebastian's, 3:00 pm
Groton @ St. George's, 3:30 pm
Holderness @ Northfield - Mt. Hermon, 3:30 pm
Noble & Greenough @ Proctor, 3:30 pm
Governor's @ Belmont Hill, 3:45 pm
St. Mark's @ Rivers, 4:00 pm
New Hampton @ Hebron, 4:00 pm
Roxbury Latin @ Brooks, 4:00 pm
Lawrence Academy @ Thayer, 4:45 pm
Exeter @ Andover, 5:00 pm
Hoosac @ Brunswick, 5:00 pm
Kimball Union @ Tabor, 5:00 pm
Taft @ Choate, 7:00 pm
Malden Catholic @ Xaverian, 7:15 pm
Matignon High School @ Austin Prep, 8:00 pm
Andover High School @ Central Catholic, 8:15 pm

Sun. Jan. 18
Northwood School Invitational; Lake Placid, NY
Academie Saint-Louis @ Lawrenceville, 10:30 am
Rye Country Day @ Pingree, 1:00 pm

Mon. Jan. 19
Central Catholic @ Lincoln Sudbury HS, 2:00 pm
Berkshire @ Hotchkiss, 4:30 pm
Trinity-Pawling @ Gunnery, 4:30 pm
Choate @ Salisbury, 5:00 pm
Chelmsford HS @ Xaverian, 5:45 pm
St. Mary's Lynn @ Austin Prep, 6:00 pm


Sat. Jan. 10, 2015 Highlights

 @ Groton 3, Brooks 3 -- After junior D Ford Hatchett gave Brooks a 3-2 lead midway through the second, Groton senior Ace Cowans came back a little over four minutes later with a PPG tie it up at 3-3. It was Cowans' second goal of the game, and he also had an assist, figuring in all three of his team's goals. Both goalies, Brooks senior Max Prawdzik and Groton junior Matt Efros, kicked out 39 of 42 shots.

Taft 6 @ Avon Old Farms 4 -- Host Avon held a 2-0 lead after one, but let it get away as Taft scored five unanswered goals -- including a natural hat trick from senior Peter Straub in the second period. Senior Marcus Mollica had three assists for the Rhinos, and soph. Matteo Mangiardi had two goals. For Avon, Tyler Carangelo (2g,1a) had three points.

@ Milton 2, Tilton 1 -- A Jack Bliss goal with a second remaining in the second period lifted the Mustangs to a 2-1 win. Juniors Andrew Dumaresque (1g,1a) and Spencer Fox (2a) figured in both Milton goals. PG Connor Irving scored for Tilton. Senior Drew Hotte (20/21) got the win; Alexander Gerasimenko (33/35) was the hard-luck loser.

Exeter 6 @ St. Paul's 2 -- Exeter, now 12-0-0, never trailed in this one. Senior F Teddy Hart (2g,1a) and junior D Trevor Cosgrove (1g,1a) were the multiple-point scorers. Exeter outshot SPS 25-18.

@ BB&N 2, Middlesex 1 -- A PPG from senior Fuller Winton with 32 seconds left in the first period turned out to be the game-winner, as both goalies barred the door the rest of the way. BB&N junior Sihak Lee (27/28) got the win, while Middlesex junior Derek Goguen (23/25) took the loss.

@ Cushing 5, Kimball Union 1 -- Junior David Cotton had a hat trick and junior Bailey Conger (1g,2a) each had three points. Senior G Joey Daccord stopped 24 of 25 shots. Senior Jack McCarthy gave KUA, who carried the play in the first, an early lead, but the Wildcats were shut down after that. There were no goals in an even second period, and Cushing took over the game in the third. 

@ Rivers 4, Proctor 2 -- Senior Joe Sacco (2g), and sophomores Michael Young (1g,1a), Brendan Hamblet (2a), and Charlie Lawerence (2a) led the way for Rivers. Freshman goalie Aidan Porter (21/23) got the win. Junior Jale Pappalardo (1g,1a) figured in both of Proctor's goals.

Andover 1 @ Choate 0 -- A goal from Colin Nugent at 14:24 of the third and the goaltending of senior co-captain Erik Wurman (30/30) was all Andover needed today as they improved to 5-5-1. Senior Sam Tucker stopped 17 of 18 in the Wild Boars' net, but his teammates couldn't get him any goals.

@ Loomis-Chaffee 4, Kent 1 -- Sophomores Justin Grillo (1g,2a) and Eric Esposito (2g) led the Pelicans attack and PG goaltender Tim Birarelli kicked out 17 shots for the win.

St. Mark's 2 @ Tabor 2  -- Juniors Nick Godin (1g,1a) and Ben Taylor (1g,1a) led the way for the Seawolves. Junior F Luke O'Brien scored both of St. Mark's goals. Both goalies, St. Mark's junior Ryan Ferland and Tabor senior Riley Whitham stopped 28 of 30.

@ New Hampton 3, Kents Hill 1 -- Host New Hampton got goals from three different scorers, and their sophomore goalie, Thomas McLarnon, kicked out 26 of 27 shots for the win.

Pingree 6, Moses Brown 3 -- In a game played at Brown University's Meehan Auditorium, Pingree, behind a hat trick from sophomore JT Chamberlain, three assists from sophomore D Christian Kukas, and a couple of goals from junior Mike Riley, defeated Moses Brown. The Quakers got a hat trick from senior Tyler Poland.

@ Gunnery 4, Winchendon 0 -- Senior D Nick Quillan (1g,2a) had three points and freshman goalie Zak Kinard posted a 14-save shutout. Winchendon sophomore G Josh George kicked out 43 of 47 in the loss. Gunnery has won nine of their last 10 games.

@ Westminster 6, Trinity-Pawling 3 -- Senior F Jack Fitzgerald (2g,1a) and sophomore D Jack Flanagan (3a) led the Westminster attack today.

St. George's 2 @ Pomfret 1 -- Junior F Nick Ambrozic (1g,1a) figured in both of St. George's goals. The game's goaltenders, Pomfret junior David Altman (28/30) and Dragons' junior Colin Seeley (27/28), each had strong outings.

@ Williston-Northampton 3, Berkshire 3 -- Host Williston held a 3-1 lead midway through the second, but couldn't hold it, as Berkshire came back with two goals early in the third, from senior Reid Lemker and sophomore Matt Koopman. Junior Spencer Cookson (31/34) was in net for Berkshire; junior Shane Mason (35/38) for Williston.

@ Hotchkiss 3, Millbrook 2 -- The host Bearcats held a 3-0 lead early in the second, but Millbrook junior F Luka Piccolo scored two goals to keep things interesting. Hotchkiss senior G L-P De Courcy (22/24) earned the win, while Millbrook soph Cole Hayward (25/28) suffered the loss.

Salisbury 4 @ Deerfield 2 -- Junior F Tom Lee had a pair of goals and seniors Sean McCarthy and Vimal Sukumaran each had one to lead Salsibury's attack. PG G Bailey MacBurnie (23/25) got the win; Deerfield senior Jake Kahler (23/27) took the loss. Since losing to Albany Academy on Dec. 17, Salisbury has won five in a row.

North Yarmouth Academy 3 @ Governor's 1 -- NYA junior F Josh Chapman broke a 1-1 tie at 12:06 of the third and added an empty-netter five minutes later. NYA soph Jeremy Thelven (23/24) got the win in net; Governor's senior Mack Burton (37/39) was the hard-luck loser.

@ St. Sebastian's 5, Belmont Hill 5 -- Senior Charlie McConnell (2g,1a) and sophomore Sam Hesler (2g) led the Bel Hill scorers. Senior Will D'Orsi (1g,2a), sophomore RJ Murphy (1g,1a) and junior Peter Mullin (1g,1a) led the Arrows.

Nobles 5 @ Thayer 3 -- Host Thayer held a 3-1 lead midway through the second period, but Nobles blitzed Thayer with three goals in under three minutes, the final a Miles Wood unassisted goal to put Nobles up 4-3 going into the the third. Nobles junior Mike Fahie sealed the deal with an ENG in the final minute of play. Nobles junior Brendan Cytulik (25/28) got the win; Thayer junior Mike Royer (20/24) took the loss. Nobles, after an underwhelming Flood-Marr, has won four in a row.

Scores from the Stanstead College Invitational Tournament:
Vermont Academy 6, Rice 5 (SO)
St. Francis 2, Hoosac 1
Stanstead 3, Wyoming 1
Appleby 4, Rice 3 (SO)

Sunday Playoff Schedule at Stanstead:
8:00 am Semifinal 1 -- Stanstead 4, Rice 2
10:00 am Semifinal 2 -- Wyoming 4, Vermont Academy 3 (OT)
12:00 pm -- Hoosac 5, Appleby 4
2:00 pm -- St. Francis vs. Ulysse
4:00 pm Championship -- Stanstead 8, Wyoming 1


RPI Rankings: Check 'Em Out

The Holiday Tournaments are done, we’re nine days into January and, through Friday, over 600 NEPSIHA games have been played, with most teams having played an average of 8-12 games. In other words, the sample size is large enough for the numbers to have meaning. And the meaning will increase by the day.

This year, unlike previous seasons when we published the RPI weekly, now the results are calculated in real time -- just click the RPI link in the navigation menu at any time to see the latest results.

Before we get to the rankings, however, we feel a quick reminder of what goes into the rankings is in order, especially considering that every year we have some new readers. The RPI is set up as a way to rank NEPSIHA teams in an equitable manner, one that attempts to take into account both how well a team has performed as well as the strength of its schedule. With that in mind, here are a couple of reminders. 1) Only games against other NEPSIHA teams count toward playoff calculations. 2) Games in tournaments decided after the first five minutes of overtime (i.e., via an extended overtime, or shootout) count as ties for both teams involved. 3) All games between NEPSHIA teams will count towards the RPI.

In addition, there are four affiliate NEPSIHA teams this season: Hill, Lawrenceville, Stanstead College, and Académie Saint-Louis. Their games against traditional NEPSIHA schools, as well as games amongst themselves, all go into the calculations.

RPI calculations are based on three categories: 

1. The first portion of the calculation is based on a team’s winning percentage. Simply put, this is how well a team performs in its own games. This is important because a team needs a strong winning percentage regardless of whom they play. A team’s winning percentage is calculated by adding the number of wins plus 1/2 the number of ties and dividing the total by the number of games played. Winning percentage accounts for 25% of the total RPI calculation.

2. The second portion of the RPI is a calculation of each team’s opponents winning percentage. In other words, how good are the teams that you are playing during the year in question? Winning percentage is calculated the same way as above, but this time the mathematics is based on the total number of your opponent’s wins, plus half the number of their ties. Next, 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 a bit more than how your opponents fare (the second category). 

3. The third portion of the RPI takes things a step further, and is based on your opponents’ opponents’ winning percentage.  This is, basically, 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 eliminate the need/desire to change schedules because one team may be stronger or weaker from one year to the next.  It also eliminates the possibility that, by defeating another team, your own RPI could actually decrease . This third category is worth 54% of the total RPI calculation.

The above RPI calculations, as utilized by NEPSIHA, mirror those used by Division I college hockey and were adopted for use in 2006, when Div. II was eliminated in boys prep hockey. However, the Stuart/Corkery ‘Elite Eight’ playoff tournament seedings are not determined solely by RPI. To arrive at the final seedings for the Elite 8 another step is required. That’s where the JSPR system comes into play. Just as college hockey has a system for comparing the top teams and how they fare against one another -- i.e., the Pairwise Rankings – prep hockey utilizes the JSPR system as a means of comparing how the top teams fared against each other. At this point of the season the RPI rankings give the best point of comparison, but soon we will begin posting JSPR rankings (along with an explanation of how those numbers are calculated). Bear in mind that, in order for a team to be eligible for JSPR consideration, they must finish among the top 16 teams in RPI. When the regular season ends, and the top eight finishers, as determined by the JSPR formula, are arrived at. They become the Elite 8. The eight remaining schools, solely using the RPI, are then seeded for both the Big School and Small School Tournaments.


-- First off, please note that, regardless of its RPI, if a team does not play 15 games against NEPSAC competition, they will not be eligible for the playoffs. This used to apply to a handful of schools, but those to whom it regularly happened – Hamden Hall, Harvey, King-Low, Rye Country Day, St. Luke’s, and St. Thomas More -- are no longer in NEPSIHA.

-- If you are curious as to how things can change, or happen to be on a team that’s feeling pretty pleased with itself -- or not pleased at all -- consider this:

Last year at this time, Gunnery was 18th in RPI, but finished at #8 – and went on to reach the prep final, where they lost to Salisbury, 3-2 in OT. Nobles was at #10 a year ago, but pulled up to #5, and made it into the Elite 8. Conversely, KUA was at #5 and dropped to #10 – and didn’t make the Elite 8. (They won the Small School Tournament, however). Loomis was at #30 on this date a year ago and wound up 18th in RPI, and edged St. Paul’s, who was at #11, in the Large School final. Choate pulled themselves up from 27th to 14th and made the Large School Tournament. Ditto for Belmont Hill, who pulled themselves up from #28.

There were some teams that plummeted, the biggest being BB&N, which was #8 in RPI on this date a year ago, but fell to #30. (They had BU recruit Brien Diffley and a couple of solid seniors, but lack of depth caught up with them.) Also, Williston fell from #12 to 26. 

In other words, the season is far from over. Every game affects everyone else. And what may seem like a relatively inconsequential loss -- at any point of the season -- can be the difference between playing in March or not. Every team that just misses the playoffs can always pinpoint that one they wish they could have back. 

There are some big hockey games ahead and they just keep getting bigger as we make our way through February. We'll attempt to point them out when they arise.


Large School/Small School Breakdown

Here is the Large School/Small School Breakdown for this season. There are 58 Div. I schools and, ranked by male enrollment, they are split down the middle, with 29 on each side of the ledger.

Large School/Small Schools by the numbers



Wed. Jan. 7, 2015 Highlights

Exeter Remains Undefeated; Brunswick Hands Loomis First Loss

@ Exeter 3, Brooks 2 -- Exeter knocked Brooks from the ranks of the undefeated today, but it didn't come easily. After Brooks F PJ Kelleher notched his second goal of the day to make it a 2-2 game midway through the second, Exeter's Ben Solin, with his second goal of the day, scored what held up as the game-winner. The goal came on the PP at 11:35 of the second, and that was it for the day's scoring. The goalies took care of things the rest of the way. Bryan Botcher (22/24) got the win for Exeter. Max Prawdzik kicked out 20 of 23 in a losing cause. "Coming off the layoff, it wasn't a sharp or crisp game," Exeter coach  Dana Barbin said. "But it was a hard-fought game. Brooks is solid, tough, and smart with the puck. They battled hard." 

@ Brunswick 4, Loomis-Chaffee 3 -- Brunswick (14-3-0), which has been causing havoc for a lot of teams thus far, pulled off a big one today, knocking off  #1-ranked and previously unbeaten Loomis. Host Brunswick fell behind 3-2 in the second period, but junior Colin Slyne tied it at 3-3 with his second of the day, a PP tally with 1:22 left in the second period. Early in the third -- at 1:10 -- sophomore Christian LeSueur gave Brunswick the lead and senior G Matteo Esposito (28/31) barred the door the rest of the way. Sophomore D Phil Kemp (1g,1a) and senior D Michael Faulkner (2a) also figured in the Wick's attack.

Nobles 4 @ St. Sebastian's 0 -- Junior F Mike Fahie and soph. F Cam Burke each scored two goals. Senior F Miles Wood had two assists, as did juniors Danny Jacobs and Luke Stevens. Nobles outshot St. Seb's, 25-20. Junior Brendan Cytulik notched the shutout.

Lawrence Academy 4 @ BB&N 3 -- After BB&N senior Fuller Winton and freshman Jack Studley scored a pair of goals 40 seconds apart with a little over five minutes to go in the third period, Lawrence soph Craig Needham scored the game-winner with 1:01 on the clock. Needham (2g,1a) and senior Evan Dahl (1g,1a) each had multiple points for LA. Junior F Chris Butler and sophomore F Alex Cohen each had two assists for BB&N.

@ Choate 6, Kingswood-Oxford 2 -- Senior D Brendan Russ (2g,1a) and junior F Henry Marshall (1g,2a) each had three points to lead the Wild Boars' attack.

Pomfret 3 @ Deerfield 1 -- Pomfret junior goaltender David Altman kicked out 31 of 32 shots to lead his team to a road win at Deerfield. Pomfret junior D Raphael Guillebon had three assists and forwards Cam McGuire (1g,1a) and Andrew Shields (1g,1a) each had two points.

@ Belmont Hill 1, Milton 0 -- A first-period unassisted goal by sophomore Christian O'Neil was all the offense the home team needed today. Junior goaltender Matthew Barrow (22/22) took care of the rest. Milton senior Drew Hotte (32/33) had a strong game too.

Proctor 4 @ Tilton 3 -- A goal by sophomore Tate Singleton with one second left on the clock lifted Proctor to a 4-3 road win. Singleton (1g,1a) and senior Derek Britner (1g,1a) each had two points for the Hornets. Senior Justin Goldman (2a) had the same for the Rams. Proctor outshot Tilton 33-19.

St. Mark's 5 @ Berwick 0 -- Junior D Peter Housakos (2g,1a), and junior forwards Luke O'Brien (1g,1a)  and Zach Tsekos (1g,1a) led the Lions today. Junior Ryan Ferland got the shutout, kicking out 23 shots.

@ Dexter 5, Rivers 2 -- Juniors Kevin Hock (2g,1a) and Patrick Daley (2a), and seniors Bryan Green (2g), Ryan Donato (1g,1a), and Sam D'Antuono (2a) led the Dexter attack. Senior Joe Sacco and sophomore Charlie Lawerence each scored a goal for the visitors.

@ Groton 5, Moses Brown 1 -- Junior Michael Brown (2g,2a), freshman Chris Brown (3a), and soph Kei Nawa (2g) paced the Groton offense. Junior Ben McLean, in his first start of the season, stopped 17 of 18 shots. Groton outshot the Quakers 49-18, who are having a tough season (1-14-0).

@ Albany Academy 9, Portledge 4 -- Senior Nick Boyagian (2g,2a), soph Liam Bove (2g,1a), PG Tyson Araujo (2g,1a), and junior Kevin O'Neil (1g,2a) paced then Cadets' attack. For Portledge, junior F Eric Linell (2g,2a) and senior D Joe Deszak (1g,3a) each had four points.
Millbrook 5 @ Berkshire 3-- Millbrook broke open a 2-2 game with three consecutive third-period goals, the last an empty-netter. Junior Massimo Luciani (1g, 2a), senior Jacob Moreau (2g), and soph Matt Gosiewski (1g,1a) led the Mustangs' offense. Junior goaltender Owen Johansson (30/33) picked up the win. Berkshire junior G Sam Merrill (21/25) suffered the loss.

@ Gunnery 3, Kent 2 -- Junior F Cam Donaldson scored with 35 seconds left to lift host Gunnery to a 3-2 win over Kent. PG Alex Hopkins and freshman Zach Pellegrino scored Gunnery's other goals. Senior F Max Kaufman (1g,1a) and junior D Greg Krisberg (2a) figured in both Kent goals. In net, Gunnery junior Trevin Kozlowski (23/25) got the win. Kent sophomore Peter Negron (32/35) took the loss. Gunnery has won seven of their last eight.

North Yarmouth Academy 4 @ Kents Hill 3 -- Junior Josh Chapman (1g,2a) and freshman Michael Pitts (2g) led NYA.


Sun. Jan. 4, 2015 Tournament Scoreboard

Joshua Weeks New Year’s Hockey Tournament (Final Day) 
At Tabor Academy, Marion, Mass.
11:00 am – Winchendon 3, Hill 2 (OT) 
1:15 pm – Upper Canada College 3, Kents Hill 2
3:30 pm – Berwick 4, Tabor 1
5:45 pm – Championship Game: Kimball Union 4, Milton 2
Lombardi, Doherty, McCarthy second-period goals gives KUA 3-0 lead; Milton comes back with two in the third to make it a game again. KUA's Shea takes a major with over three minutes to go in third. Milton pulls Hotte, skates with the two-man advantage. Nail-biting time for KUA fans, but the Wildcats weather the storm and are able to avenge thier 3-2 loss to the Mustangs in Flood-Marr third place game. 

Tilton Showcase (Final Day)

At the Tilton School; Tilton, NH
10:00 am – Wyoming Seminary vs. Hebron
12:00 pm – Vermont Academy 5, Moses Brown 1
2:00 pm – Tilton 5, Académie Saint-Louis 2

New Hampshire Showcase (Day 2 of 3) -- Proctor first NE Prep to beat St. Andrew's
@ Whittemore Center; Durham, NH (Sat. & Sun.) and The Rinks at Exeter; Exeter, NH (Mon.)
Hosted by St. Andrew’s College
Bridgton 5, New Hampton 2
Proctor 4, St. Andrews College 3 (OT) -- Tillotson wins it in OT; Pappalardo has 1g,3a. Slick and Walsh also score. Simpson kicks out 39 of 42 in net. 
New England Wolves vs. Northwood, 12:30 pm


Sat. Jan. 3, 2015 Tournament Scoreboard
Watkins Tournament (Final Day)

At Cushing Academy; Ashburnham, Mass.
9:00 am – 7th Place: Canterbury 2, Lawrence 0
11:10 am – 5th Place: Thayer 6, NMH 3
1:20 pm – 3rd Place: Gunnery 5, Dexter 3
3:30 pm – Championship: Cushing 4, Culver 1
Cushing avenges loss to Culver in the champtionship game of the LA-Groton Tournament two weeks ago.

Nobles-St. Sebastian’s New Year’s Showcase (Final Day)
At Needham, Mass. and Dedham, Mass.
11:00 am – Nobles 4, Williston 3 (@ Nobles)
1:30 pm – Berkshire 2, St. Sebastian’s 1 (@ Nobles)

Joshua Weeks New Year’s Hockey Tournament (Day 2 of 3)
At Tabor Academy, Marion, Mass.
11:00 am -- Game #5: Losers Games 1&2 – Berwick 2, Winchendon 1
1:15 pm --
Game #6: Winners Games 1&2 – KUA 4, Upper Canada College 0
3:30 pm --
Game #7: Losers Games 3&4 – Tabor 6, Hill 0
5:45 pm --
Game #8: Winners Games 3&4 – Milton 5, Kents Hill 1

Sunday's Playoff Schedule @ Tabor:
11:00 am -- Winchendon vs. Hill
1:15 pm -- Kent's Hill vs. UCC
3:30 pm -- Tabor vs. Berwick
5:45 pm -- Championship Game: Milton vs. KUA
Milton beat KUA, 3-2, in the 3rd Place game at the Flood-Marr. KUA will be looking to balance the books.

Tilton Showcase (Day 1 of 2)
At the Tilton School; Tilton, NH
8:00 am – Tilton vs. Wyoming Seminary
10:00 am – Vermont Academy vs. Académie Saint-Louis
12:00 pm – Hebron vs. Moses Brown
3:30 pm – Wyoming Seminary vs. Académie Saint-Louis
5:30 pm – Tilton vs. Moses Brown
7:30 pm – Vermont Academy vs. Hebron

New Hampshire Showcase (Day 1 of 3)
@ The Whittemore Center; Durham, NH (Sat. & Sun.) and
The Rinks at Exeter; Exeter, NH (Mon.)

Hosted by St. Andrew’s College
Northwood 4, Proctor 3
St. Andrew’s College 6, New Hampton 1
Bridgton vs. NE Wolves, 7:00 pm


Fri. Jan. 2, 2015 Tournament Scoreboard

Watkins Tournament (Day 2 of 3)
At Cushing Academy; Ashburnham, Mass.
9:00 am – Culver 3, Thayer 0
11:10 am – Dexter 7, Canterbury 0
1:20 pm – NMH 3, Lawrence 0
3:30 pm – Cushing 3, Gunnery 2 -- Cushing comes from 2 down to win it on D. Cotton 3rd period goal.
5:40 pm – Culver 2, Canterbury 0
7:50 pm – Dexter 5, Thayer 3

Saturday's Playoff Schedule:
9:00 am -- Lawrence vs. Canterbury
11:10 am -- NMH vs. Thayer
1:20 pm -- Gunnery vs. Dexter
3:30 pm -- Cushing vs. Culver

Joshua Weeks New Year’s Hockey Tournament (Day 1 of 3)
At Tabor Academy, Marion, Mass.
1:00 pm – Game #1: KUA 4, Winchendon 1
3:15 pm – Game #2: Upper Canada College 4, Berwick 0
5:30 pm – Game #3: Kents Hill 3, Tabor 2
7:45 pm – Game #4: Milton 3, Hill 3 -- Milton wins shootout

Saturday's First Round of Playoffs at Tabor:
11:00 am -- Game #5: Losers Games 1&2 -- Winchendon vs. Berwick
1:15 pm --
Game #6: Winners Games 1&2 -- KUA vs. UCC
:30 pm -- Game #7: Losers Game 3&4 -- Tabor vs. Hill
5:45 pm --
Game #8: Winners Games 3&4 -- Kents Hill vs. Milton

Nobles-St. Sebastian’s New Year’s Showcase (Day 1 of 2)
At St. Sebastian's; Needham, Mass. (Fri.) and Nobles; Dedham, Mass. (Sat.)
11:00 am – Nobles 5, Berkshire 0 (@ St. Sebastian’s)
1:30 pm – Williston 3, St. Sebastian’s 1 (@ St. Sebastian’s)

Thurs. 1/1/15

Thurs. Jan. 1, 2015 Tournament Scoreboard

Watkins Tournament (Day 1 of 3)

Cushing Academy; Ashburnham, Mass.

Fisher Division: Cushing, Gunnery, Lawrence, NMH
Iorio Division: Canterbury, Culver, Dexter, Thayer

(Thayer is new this year. They replace Governor’s.)

9:00 am --  Gunnery 8, Lawrence 4
11:10 am – Cushing 7, NMH 0
1:20 pm –  Culver 4, Dexter 3 (OT)
3:30 pm – Thayer 2, Canterbury 0
5:40 pm – Gunnery 3, NMH 0
7:50 pm – Cushing 5, Lawrence 0


Prep Composite Schedule, Jan. 1-12, 2015

-- Thurs. Jan. 1, 2015

Watkins Tournament (Day 1 of 3)
At Cushing Academy; Ashburnham, Mass.

Fisher Division: Cushing, Gunnery, Lawrence, NMH
Iorio Division: Canterbury, Culver, Dexter, Thayer
(Thayer is new this year. They replace Governor’s.)
9:00 am – Gunnery vs. Lawrence
11:10 am – Cushing vs. NMH
1:20 pm – Dexter vs. Culver
3:30 pm – Thayer vs. Canterbury
5:40 pm – NMH vs. Gunnery
7:50 pm – Cushing vs. Lawrence

-- Fri. Jan. 2, 2015

Watkins Tournament (Day 2 of 3)
At Cushing Academy; Ashburnham, Mass.
9:00 am – Culver vs. Thayer
11:10 am – Canterbury vs. Dexter
1:20 pm – Lawrence vs. NMH
3:30 pm – Cushing vs. Gunnery
5:40 pm –Canterbury vs. Culver
7:50 pm – Dexter vs. Thayer 

Joshua Weeks New Year’s Hockey Tournament (Day 1 of 3)
At Tabor Academy, Marion, Mass.
1:00 pm – Game #1: KUA vs. Winchendon
3:15 pm – Game #2: Berwick vs. Upper Canada College
5:30 pm – Game #3: Tabor vs. Kents Hill
7:45 pm – Game #4: Milton vs. Hill

Nobles-St. Sebastian’s New Year’s Showcase (Day 1 of 2)
At Needham, Mass. and Dedham, Mass.
11:00 am – Nobles vs. Berkshire (@ St. Sebastian’s)
1:30 pm – Williston vs. St. Sebastian’s (@ St. Sebastian’s)

-- Sat. Jan. 3, 2015

Watkins Tournament (Day 3 of 3)

At Cushing Academy; Ashburnham, Mass.
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

Nobles-St. Sebastian’s New Year’s Showcase (Day 2 of 2)
At Needham, Mass. and Dedham, Mass.
11:00 am – Nobles vs. Williston (@ Nobles)
1:30 pm – Berkshire vs. St. Sebastian’s (@ Nobles)

Joshua Weeks New Year’s Hockey Tournament (Day 2 of 3)
At Tabor Academy, Marion, Mass.
11:00 am -- Game #5: Loser Game 1 vs. Loser Game 2
1:15 pm --
Game #6: Winner Game 1 vs. Winner Game 2
3:30 pm --
Game #7: Loser Game 3 vs. Loser Game 4
5:45 pm --
Game #8: Winner Game 3 vs. Winner Game 4

Tilton Showcase (Day 1 of 2)
At the Tilton School; Tilton, NH
8:00 am – Tilton vs. Wyoming Seminary
10:00 am – Vermont Academy vs. Académie Saint-Louis
12:00 pm – Hebron vs. Moses Brown
3:30 pm – Wyoming Seminary vs. Académie Saint-Louis
5:30 pm – Tilton vs. Moses Brown
7:30 pm – Vermont Academy vs. Hebron

New Hampshire Showcase (Day 1 of 3)
@ Whittemore Center; Durham, NH (Sat. & Sun.) and The Rinks at Exeter; Exeter, NH (Mon.)
Hosted by St. Andrew’s College
Proctor vs. Northwood, 3:00 pm
St. Andrew’s College vs. New Hampton, 5:00 pm
Bridgton vs. NE Wolves, 7:00 pm

-- Sun. Jan. 4, 2015

Joshua Weeks New Year’s Hockey Tournament (Day 3 of 3)
At Tabor Academy, Marion, Mass.
11:00 am – Loser Game 7 vs. Loser Game 8
1:15 pm -- Loser Game 8 vs. Loser Game 6
3:30 pm – Winner Game 7 vs. Winner Game 5
5:45 pm – Championship Game: Winner Game 8 vs. Winner Game 6

Tilton Showcase (Day 2 of 2)

At the Tilton School; Tilton, NH
10:00 am – Wyoming Seminary vs. Hebron
12:00 pm – Vermont Academy vs. Moses Brown
2:00 pm – Tilton vs. Académie Saint-Louis

New Hampshire Showcase (Day 2 of 3)
@ Whittemore Center; Durham (Sat. & Sun.) and The Rinks at Exeter (Mon.)
Hosted by St. Andrew’s College
New Hampton vs. Bridgton, 8:30 am
St. Andrews vs. Proctor, 10:30 am
New England Wolves vs. Northwood, 12:30 pm

-- Mon. Jan. 5, 2015

New Hampshire Showcase (Day 3 of 3)
@ Whittemore Center; Durham (Sat. & Sun.) and The Rinks at Exeter; Exeter (Mon.)
Hosted by St. Andrew’s College

(@ Rinks @ Exeter)
10:00 am – St. Andrew’s College vs. New England Wolves
11:50 am – Northwood vs. New Hampton
12:10 pm – Proctor vs. Bridgton

-- Tues. Jan. 6, 2015

Pope John @ Delbarton, 4:45 pm
Malden Catholic @ BC High, 5:15 pm

-- Wed. Jan. 7, 2015

Millbrook @ Berkshire, 2:30 pm
Kent @ Gunnery, 2:30 pm
Brooks @ Exeter, 3:00 pm
Kingswood-Oxford @ Choate, 3:00 pm
Proctor @ Tilton, 3:00 pm
Lawrence Academy @ BB&N, 3:30 pm
St. George's @ Roxbury Latin, 3:30 pm
Loomis-Chaffee @ Brunswick, 4:00 pm
Noble & Greenough @ St. Sebastian's, 4:00 pm
Pomfret @ Deerfield, 4:00 pm
St. Mark's @ Berwick, 4:15 pm
Hill School @ Princeton Day School, 4:30 pm
Rivers @ Dexter, 4:45 pm
Greenwich HS @ Rye Country Day, 4:45 pm
Groton @ Moses Brown, 5:00 pm
Portledge @ Albany Academy, 5:00 pm
Milton @ Belmont Hill, 5:00 pm
Don Bosco Prep @ CBA, 5:00 pm
North Yarmouth Academy @ Kents Hill, 5:15 pm
Pingree @ Andover, 5:30 pm
Nichols @ Appleby College, 5:30 pm
St. Peter Marian @ Xaverian, 5:45 pm
Austin Prep @ Matignon High School, 6:00 pm
St. John's Prep @ Catholic Memorial, 6:00 pm
Central Catholic @ Hingham High School, 7:00 pm

-- Thurs. Jan. 8, 2015

Delbarton @ Saint Augustine, 4:00 pm
Bridgewater-Raynham @ Springfield Cathedral, 6:30 pm

-- Fri. Jan. 9, 2015

BB&N @ Thayer, 4:00 pm
New Hampton @ Kimball Union, 4:30 pm
Holderness @ Proctor, 4:30 pm
Gunnery @ Canterbury, 4:45 pm
Westminster @ Brunswick, 5:00 pm
Brewster Academy @ Tabor, 5:30 pm
Lake Forest Academy @ The Edge School, 5:45 pm
Governor's @ Rivers, 6:00 pm
Albany Academy @ Dexter, 7:00 pm
Rye Country Day @ Kingswood-Oxford, 7:00 pm
Don Bosco Prep @ Pope John, 7:30 pm
Académie Saint-Louis @ Hebron, 8:00 pm
St. Francis Prep @ Stanstead College, 8:15 pm

17th Annual Stanstead College Invitational (Day 1 of 3)
@ Stanstead College; Stanstead, Quebec
Fri.-Sun. Jan. 9-11, 2015

Red Division: Stanstead College, St. Francis HS, Hoosac, Wyoming Seminary
White Division: Vermont Academy, Rice Memorial, Appleby College,
Ulysse School

 9:00 am -- Stanstead vs. Hoosac
11:15 am – Wyoming vs. St. Francis
1:30 pm -- Rice vs. Ulysse
3:45 pm – Vermont Academy vs. Appleby
6:00 pm -- Hoosac vs. Wyoming
8:15 pm – St. Francis vs. Stanstead

Sat. Jan 10, 2015

St. Andrew's College @ St. Michael's College School, 10:00 am
Lake Forest Academy @ Omaha AAA, 10:00 am
Falmouth HS @ Springfield Cathedral, 1:00 pm
Rye Country Day @ Worcester Academy, 1:15 pm
Winchendon @ Gunnery, 2:00 pm
Brooks @ Groton, 2:30 pm
Pingree @ Moses Brown, 2:30 pm
Taft @ Avon Old Farms, 2:30 pm
Billerica High School @ Central Catholic, 2:30 pm
St. Mark's @ Tabor, 2:30 pm
St. George's @ Pomfret, 2:30 pm
Tilton @ Milton, 2:30 pm -- new start time is 3:00 pm
Belmont Hill @ St. Sebastian's, 2:30 pm
Millbrook @ Hotchkiss, 3:00 pm
Proctor @ Rivers, 3:00 pm
Exeter @ St. Paul's, 3:00 pm
Berkshire @ Williston-Northampton, 3:15 pm
Wyoming Seminary @ Stanstead College, 3:45 pm
Arlington Catholic @ Austin Prep, 4:00 pm
Middlesex @ BB&N, 4:00 pm
Kimball Union @ Cushing, 4:00 pm
North Yarmouth Academy @ Governor's, 4:00 pm
Kents Hill @ New Hampton, 4:00 pm
Salisbury @ Deerfield, 4:00 pm
Andover @ Choate, 4:00 pm -- moved up from 6:00 pm
Lawrenceville @ Hill School, 4:00 pm
Kent @ Loomis-Chaffee, 4:30 pm
BC High @ Xaverian, 4:30 pm
Trinity-Pawling @ Westminster, 5:30 pm
Noble & Greenough @ Thayer, 5:30 pm
St. Andrew's College (neutral site) Upper Canada College, 6:00 pm
St. John's Prep @ Matignon High School, 6:00 pm
Académie Saint-Louis @ Brewster Academy, 7:00 pm
Lake Forest Academy @ Shattuck-St. Mary's, 7:45 pm
Catholic Memorial @ Malden Catholic, 8:00 pm

17th Annual Stanstead College Invitational (Day 2 of 3)
@ Stanstead College; Stanstead, Quebec
Fri.-Sun. Jan. 9-11, 2015

 9:00 am – Vermont Academy vs. Rice
11:15 am – Appleby vs. Ulysse
1:30 pm – Hoosac vs. St. Francis
3:45 pm -- Stanstead vs. Wyoming
6:00 pm – Rice vs. Appleby
8:15 pm – Ulysse vs. Vermont Academy

-- Sun. Jan. 11, 2015

St. Andrew's College (neutral site) Ridley College, 10:00 am
Académie Saint-Louis @ Proctor Academy JV, 11:00 am
Albany Academy (neutral site) Lawrenceville, 11:15 am
Worcester Academy (neutral site) Hill School, 2:00 pm
Delbarton @ Don Bosco Prep, 6:15 pm

17th Annual Stanstead College Invitational (Day 3 of 3)
@ Stanstead College; Stanstead, Quebec
8:00 am -- Semifinal #1: #1 Red vs. #2 White
10:00 am -- Semifinal #2: #2 Red vs. #1 White
12:00 pm -- #4 Red vs. #4 White
2:00 pm -- #3 Red vs. #3 White
4:00 pm -- Championship Final: Winner of Semifinal #1 vs. Winner of Semifinal #2

Mon. Jan. 12, 2015

Holderness @ New Hampton, 4:30 pm
Kent @ Millbrook, 5:30 pm
Hun @ Portledge, 5:30 pm
Choate @ Loomis, 5:30 pm
(This last game was originally scheduled for December 15th @ Choate.
It will now instead be played @ Loomis, while the February 25th rematch will  
be played @ Choate.)