SOL SHSHL Ice Hockey Wrap (11-12-18)

Check out the recaps for SOL SHSHL ice hockey teams in action last week.

Thursday, Nov. 8
PENNSBURY 4, HARRY S TRUMAN 4
The Falcons opened up a 2-0 lead only to watch Truman score four second-period goals to go on top 4-3 heading into the final frame. A goal by Erik Eisler 9:59 into the third period knotted the score.
Earlier, it was Eisler scoring the lone goal of the first period, and a goal in the opening minute of the second by Jake Sieger put the Falcons on top 2-0. Robert DiCrosta cut that lead in half with a goal for Truman, but Jake Machlovitz (Shane Siegmund assist) answered for the Falcons. Truman closed out the period with three straight goals, which included back-to-back goals by Jeremy McCartney. William Findlay assisted on both goals – the second on a power play. Steven Avellino scored with a DiCrosta assist to send the Tigers into the final period with a 4-3 lead that held until Eisler’s equalizer.
Truman goalie Jeremy Wedul was credited with 22 saves while Pennsbury’s Topher Seiler had 16.
Pennsbury    1-2-1   4
Harry S Truman      0-4-0   4
Shots: 
Pennsbury 26, Truman 20
Saves:  Topher Seiler (P) 16, Jeremy Wedul (HST) 22.
1st Period
P-Erik Eisler
2nd Period
P-Jake Sieger
T-Robert DiCrosta
P-Jake Machlovitz (Shane Siegmund)
T-Jeremy McCartney (William Findlay)
T-Jeremy McCartney (William Findlay)
T-Steven Avellino (Robert DiCosta)
3rd Period
P-Erik Eisler (Jake Machlovitz, Beau Yedman)

PENNRIDGE 4, NORTH PENN 4
Tyler Greenstein turned a Nathan Oh pass into a goal in the closing minute of regulation, allowing the Knights to escape with the tie in a thriller between the neighboring rivals.
Keeping the Rams – who were outshot 37-15 by the Knights – in the game was goalie Luke Stranick, who turned away 33 of 37 shots.
The Rams opened up a 2-0 lead after one period, thanks to goals from Frankie Rota and Eric Slater (Stranick assist). Slater’s was a short-handed goal.
North Penn evened the score 2-2 in the second period with goals from Oh and Tyler Greenstein (short-handed). Seven minutes into the final period, Eric Slater scored to give the Rams a lead, but three minutes later, Thomas Boyle (Greenstein, Jared Albano assists) answered with a goal for the Knights. Matthew Guinette’s power play goal with an assist from Michael Walker put the Rams on top 4-3. That lead stood until Greenstein’s equalizer with time winding down.
Pennridge     2-0-2   4
North Penn   0-2-2   4
Shots: 
NP 37, Pennridge 15.
Saves:  Luke Stranick (P) 33, Nick Ebbinghaus (NP) 11
1st Period
P-Frankie Rota
P-Eric Slater (Luke Stranick)
2nd Period
NP-Nathan Oh
NP-Tyler Greenstein
3rd Period
P-Eric Slater
NP-Thomas Boyle (Tyler Greenstein, Jared Albano)
P-Matthew Guinette (Michael Walker)
NP-Tyler Greenstein (Nathan Oh)

WISSAHICKON 7, PLYMOUTH WHITEMARSH 2
Sean and Bryan Garry proved to be double trouble for the Colonials. The duo combined for five goals and five assists. Sean Garry led the Trojans with three goals and three assists while Bryan Garry had two goals and two assists. Michael Henderson was also stellar in goal for the Trojans, turning away 36 of 38 shots.
Just over a minute into the game, Matt Cade (Samuel Junker assist) put the Trojans on the scoreboard, and then – on the power play - it was Junker turning a Bryan Garry pass into a goal for a 2-0 lead after one period.
Three straight short-handed goals – two by Bryan Garry sandwiched around a Sean Garry goal - put the Trojans on top 5-0 before the Colonials got on the scoreboard with a Peter Troy goal.
In the final period, Bryan and Sean Garry each scored a goal, and Colin Franzoni found the net for the Colonials.
Plymouth Whitemarsh      0-1-1   2
Wissahickon            2-3-2   7
Shots:
Wissahickon 50, Plymouth Whitemarsh 38
Saves: Tyler Uhr (PW) 30, Michael Henderson (W) 36
1st Period
W-Matt Cade (Samuel Junker)
W-Samuel Junker (Bryan Garry)
2nd Period
W-Bryan Garry (Nolan Ryan, Calle Kuffner)
W-Sean Garry (Nicholas Hussa, Bryan Garry)
W-Bryan Barry (Sean Garry, Nicholas Hussa)
PW-Peter Troy
3rd Period
W-Bryan Garry (Sean Garry, Matt Cade)
PW-Colin Franzoni (Gavin Mulligan, Dean Keller)
W-Sean Garry (Bryan Garry)

COUNCIL ROCK SOUTH 7, ABINGTON 0
Logan Hurwitz’s four-point night – which included a hat trick - led a balanced Golden Hawk attack. Jimmy Sweeney was perfect in goal for the Hawks, turning away all 23 shots he faced in the shutout.
David Vergules (Jeremy Purcell assist) scored a goal that turned out to be the game-winner 20 seconds into the contest. That 1-0 lead stood until Hurwitz (Bill Harrelson, Andy Stoychev assists) found the net just over a minute into the second period. Hurwitz scored all three of his goals in the Hawks’ six-goal explosion in the second quarter. David Mueller, Douglas Lopez and Bill Harrelson each added single goals for the Golden Hawks.
Council Rock South            1-6-0   7
Abington       0-0-0   0
Shots: 
CR South 28, Abington 23
Saves:  Jimmy Sweeney (CRS) 23, Jacob Snellenburg (A) 21.
1st Period
CRS-David Vergules (Jeremy Purcell)
2nd Period
CRS-Logan Hurwitz (Bill Harrelson, Andy Stoychev)
CRS-Logan Hurwitz (John Hearn, Andy Stoychev)
CRS-David Mueller
CRS-Douglas Lopez (Jeremy Purcell, David Vergules)
CRS-Bill Harrelson (Logan Hurwitz)
CRS-Logan Hurwitz (Andy Stoychev, Bill Harrelson)
3rd Period
No Score

Wednesday, Nov. 7
CENTRAL BUCKS EAST 6, WILLIAM TENNENT 3
The Patriots took a tenuous 3-2 lead into the final period when they exploded for four unanswered goals to put the game out of reach.
Tennent lead 2-1 after one period, thanks to goals by Mason McKeever (Bobby Markus, Zach Devor assists) and Markus (Stephen Skiba, McKeever assists). East’s Owen Connor scored a power play goal with assists from Max Ermigiotti and Asher Zenstein.
East’s Nick LoCastro (Rob Kern assist) and Tennent’s David Gray (McKeever assist) exchanged goals in the second period, but third period goals by Asher Zenstein, Chris Mangiacapre, Kern and Phil McIntylre sealed the win for the Patriots.
Chris McIntyre earned the win in goal for East, turning away 25 of 28 shots he faced.
Central Bucks East  1-1-4   6
William Tennent     2-1-0   3
Shots: 
CBE 29, WT 28.
Saves: Chris McIntyre (CBE) 25, Trey Smith (WT) 18.
1st Period
WT-Mason McKeever (Bobby Markus, Zach Devor)
CBE-Owen Connor (Max Ermigiotti, Asher Zenstein)
WT-Bobby Markus (Stephen Skiba, Mason McKeever)
2nd Period
CBE-Nick LoCastro (Rob Kern)
WT-David Gray (Mason McKeever)
3rd Period
CBE-Asher Zenstein (Owen Connor, Connor Keiser)
CBE-Chris Mangiacapre
CBE-Rob Kern (Nick LoCastro, Matt Cipriano)
CBE-Phil McIntyre

COUNCIL ROCK SOUTH 7, SOUDERTON 4
The Golden Hawks opened up a 7-2 lead after two periods on their way to the win.
Rock South reeled off three straight goals in a span of just over a minute early in the opening period. David Vergules connected on a power play goal with a Douglas Lopez assist. Then it was Bill Harrelson (Kyle Schneider assist) and Andy Stoychev (Vergules assist) scoring. Stoychev’s goal came on a power play. Tyler MacPhee scored a late goal for the Indians to make it a 3-1 game after one period.
The Indians pulled to within one when Nicholas Szlavik scored 1:49 into the second period with assists from MacPhee and John Gray. Rock South answered with four straight goals to seize control of the game. Jeremy Purcell (Vergules) started the tear that also included a pair of Andrew Darling goals as well as a single goal by Purcell.
MacPhee’s three-point night (two goals, one assist) led the Indians. Vergules had a three-point game for the Hawks, finishing with a goal and two assists.
Council Rock South            3-4-0  7
Souderton     1-1-2   4
Shots:
CRS 49, Souderton 20.
Saves: Alex Patrizi (CRS) 16, Jonathan Pritchard 42
1st Period
CRS-David Vergules (Douglas Lopez)
CRS-Bill Harrelson (Kyle Schneider)
CRS-Andy Stoychev (David Vergules)
S-Tyler MacPhee
2nd Period
S-Nicholas Szlavik (Tyler MacPhee, John Gray)
CRS-Jeremy Purcell (David Vergules)
CRS-Andrew Darling (Sam Cherkassky)
CRS-Jeremy Purcell (Ben Mostoller)
CRS- Andrew Darling (Bill Harrelson, John Hearn)
3rd Period
S-Tyler MacPhee (John Gray)
S-John Gray

PLYMOUTH WHITEMARSH 7, HATBORO-HORSHAM 2
Six players had two-point games in a balanced Colonial attack.
Thomas Corcoran (Colin Franzoni) scored 32 seconds into the game to give PW a lead it would not lose. Aidan Keogh (Peter Troy, Jake Weikel assists) added a goal, but the Hatters made it a 2-1 game when Aidan Esack scored a power play goal with an Alex Howieson assist.
PW put the game out of reach with four unanswered goals in the second period. Gavin Mulligan scored a pair while Jake Weikel and Corcoran added single goals. It was a 7-1 game when Keogh scored a short-handed goal just over a minute into the final period. Hatboro-Horsham Sayvion Jones (Ben Lerner assist) closed out the scoring.
PW goalie Ben Yuter was credited with 21 saves in a winning effort.
Plymouth Whitemarsh      2-4-1   7
Hatboro-Horsham  1-0-1   2
Shots: 
PW 30, HH 23.
Saves: Ben Yuter (PW) 21, Joe Gambino (HH) 23.
1st Period
PW- Thomas Corcoran (Colin Franzoni)
PW-Aidan Keogh (Peter Troy, Jake Weikel)
HH-Aidan Esack (Alex Howieson)
2nd Period
PW-Jake Weikel
PW-Gavin Mullivan (Dean Keller)
PW-Thomas Corcoran
PW-Gavin Mulligan (Colin Franzoni, Dean Keller)
3rd Period
PW-Aidan Keogh
HH-Sayvion Jones (Ben Lerner)

LOWER MORELAND 10, COUNCIL ROCK NORTH 6
Tyler Scolnick scored three goals and assisted on three others to lead the Lions to the non-league win. Adam Bostock added two goals and three assists in a five-point night, and Vincenzo DeMaio had four goals. Michael Janora’s five-goal effort led the Indians.
A pair of Scolnick goals as well as a single goal by Bostock propelled the Lions to a 3-1 lead after one period. Janora’s goal in the opening minute of the second period with a Wilton Pasch assist made it a 3-2 game, but the Lions reeled off four unanswered goals to close out the period to take control of the game.
Jacob Lungin earned the win in goal, turning away 28 shots. Rock North goalie Rex Goldberg stopped 40 shots.
Lower Moreland     3-4-3   10
Council Rock North            1-1-4   6
Shots: 
LM 50, CRN 34
Saves:  Rex Goldberg (CRN) 40, Jacob Lungin (LM) 28.
1st Period
LM-Tyler Scolnick
CRN-Michael Janora
LM-Tyler Scolnick (Adam Bostock)
LM-Adam Bostock (Tyler Scolnick)
2nd Period
CRN-Michael Janora (Wilton Pasch)
LM-Tyler Scolnick (Devin Green)
LM-Vincenzo DeMaio (Devin Green)
LM-Vincenzo DeMaio (Noah Gazzara)
LM-Adam Bostock (Tyler Scolnick)
3rd Period
CRN-Michael Janora
LM-Vincenzo DeMaio (Adam Bostock, Alex Silverman)
LM-Devin Green (Tyler Scolnick)
LM-Vincenzo DeMaio (Noah Gazzara, Adam Bostock)
CRN-Michael Janora (Bolun Zhang)
CRN-Michael Janora (Clare Schaffer, Vladimir Litvinov)
CRN-Oleg Sapranenko (William Sohn)

UPPER DUBLIN 13, UPPER MORELAND/ARCHBISHOP WOOD 8
Louis Gamburg scored three goals and assisted on four others for seven points to lead the Flying Cardinals. Oren Serafin had four goals and one assist for five points, and Ari Nordlinger had a pair of goals and assists for four points.
For Upper Moreland/Archbishop Wood, Brayden Gyza had a hand in seven goals, scoring four and assisting on three others.
Upper Moreland/Wood took a 2-1 lead in the opening period after back-to-back goals by Tom Hill less than five minutes into the game. Upper Dublin answered with goals by Ben Rosenthal and Serafin to go on top 3-2 after one.
In the second period, the Flying Cardinals reeled off three straight goals to make it a 6-2 game. Nordlinger had a pair of goals while Gamburg added a short-handed goal. Upper Moreland/Wood used goals by Joe McGoldrick and Gyza to make a 6-4 game before Gamburg scored a late goal to give the Cardinals a 7-4 lead heading into the final period. UD scored four straight goals to open the period and six of the first seven in the 10-goal period to go on top 13-4 before UM/Wood closed out the game with three unanswered goals in the final minutes of the game.
UD goalie Liam Nixon was credited with 13 saves in the win.
Upper Dublin           3-4-6   13
UM/Archbishop Wood      2-2-4   8
Shots: 
UD 36, UM/AW 21.
Saves: Liam Nixon (UD) 13, Michael Denardo (UM/AW) 23.
1st Period
UD-DJ Giammaruti (Ari Nordlinger)
UM/AW-Tom Hill (Brayden Gyza)
UM/AW-Tom Hille (Brayden Gyza)
UD-Ben Rosenthal
UD-Oren Serafin
2nd Period
UD-Ari Nordlinger
UD-Louis Gamburg (Quinn Burns)
UD-Ari Nordlinger (Max Frearson)
UM/AW-Joe McGoldrick (John McKenna)
UM/AW-Brayden Gyza (Tom Hill)
UD-Louis Gamburg (Ari Nordlinger, Oren Serafin)
UD-Oren Serafin (Louis Gamburg)
UD-Andrew Molish (Louis Gamburg)
UD-Oren Serafin (Louis Gamburg)
UD-Louis Gamburg
UM/AW-Andrew Boyle (Brayden Gyza, Tom Hill)
UD-Oren Serafin (Louis Gamburg, Ben Rosenthal)
UD-Max Frearson
UM/AW-Brayden Gyza (Tom Hill)
UM/AW-Brayden Gyza
UM/AW- Brayden Gyza

HOLY GHOST PREP 8, CENTRAL BUCKS SOUTH 1
The Firebird – thanks to a Daniel Behr goal - led by just a 1-0 score after one period, but they outscored the Titans 4-1 in the second period and then added three more goals in the final period to win going away.
Thomas McNulty had a hat trick while Alex D’Angelo (two goals, one assist) and Byron Hartley (one goal, two assists) also had three-point games.
Holy Ghost’s Sean Joyce turned away 25 of 26 shots he face to earn the win in goal. Oscar Levin and Mason Moyer combined for 42 saves with Levin accounting for 37 of those.
Holy Ghost Prep      1-4-3   8
Central Bucks South           0-1-0   1
Shots: 
HGP 50, CBS 26
Saves: Oscar Levin (CBS) 37, Mason Moyer (CBS) 5, Sean Joyce (HGP) 25.
1st Period
HGP-Daniel Behr
2nd Period
HGP-Thomas Nulty (Byron Hartley, Andrew Serafin)
HGP-Byron Hartley (Alex D’Angelo)
HGP-Alex D’Angelo (Evan Mudrick, Byron Hartley)
CBS-Brian Keilman (James Schuler)
HGP-Thomas McNulty (Sean Joyce)
3rd Period
HGP-Carlos Rodriguez (Andrew Serafin)
HGP-Alex D’Angelo
HGP-Thomas McNulty (Richard Spor, Colin Costello)