SOL SHSHL Ice Hockey Wrap (11-19-18)

Check out the recaps for SHSHL ice hockey teams in action last week. CB South/CB West photos courtesy of Dara N. King Photography. To view game action photos, please visit the Photo Gallery at the following link:  https://solsports.zenfolio.com/p1019944099

Friday, Nov. 16
HATBORO-HORSHAM 11, UPPER DUBLIN 1
Thirteen Hatters contributed to the scoring in Friday’s convincing win. Jordan Gillis (one goal, two assists), Ziyad Elsabbagh (one goal, two assists), Aidan Esack (one goal, two assists) and Alex Howleson (three assists) led the balanced Hatter attack.
Ben Heywood (one goal, one assist), Seth Lerner (one goal, one assist), John Snyder Jr (two assists), Vince Tarsi (one goal, one assist), Marcus Soucy (two goals), Tarek Elsabbagh (two goals and Ben Lerner (one goal, one assist) each had two-point games. Sayvion Jones and Kyle Mullen both added an assist for the Hattters, who held a 48-12 advantage in shots.
A goal by Ben Lerner (Alex Howieson and Aidan Esack assists) gave the Hatters a 1-0 lead after one period. They scored five goals in each of the next two periods. UD’s lone goal came on a power play when Louis Gamburg found the net in the second period.
Joe Gambino turned away 11 of 12 shots he faced to earn the win in goal for the Hatters. Liam Nixon recorded 37 saves for the Flying Cardinals.
Hatboro-Horsham  1-5-5   11
Upper Dublin           0-1-0   1
Shots: 
HH 48, UD 12.
Saves:  Joe Gambino (HH) 11, Liam Nixon (UD) 37
1st Period
HH – Ben Lerner (Alex Howieson/Aidan Esack)
2nd Period
HH – Ziyad Elsabbagh (Kyle Mullen/Aidan Esack)
HH – Ben Heywood (John Snyder Jr)
HH – Marcus Soucy (Jordan Gillis)
UD – Louis Gamburg
HH – Marcus Soucy (Jordan Gillis/Sayvion Jones)
HH – Tarek Elsabbagh (Ziyad Elsabbagh/Ben Heywood)
3rd Period
HH – Seth Lerner (Ziyad Elsabbagh)
HH – Jordan Gillis
HH – Vince Tarsi (Ben Lerner/Alex Howieson)
HH – Aidan Esack (Vince Tarsi/Alex Howieson)
HH – Tarek Elsabbagh (John Snyder Jr/Seth Lerner)

Wednesday, Nov. 14
NESHAMINY 5, PENNRIDGE 4
Thomas Gallagher (two goals, two assists) and Robert Seewagen (four assists) both had four-point nights to lead the Redskins. Thomas Gallagher added a hat trick for the ‘Skins, who took a 4-2 lead into the final period and then held off a Pennridge charge.
Eric Slater (Matthew Guinette and Michael Walker assists) gave the Rams a 1-0 first-period lead, but Gallagher connected on a power play with a Joey DeMatteo assist to even the score.
Back-to-back goals by DeMatteo and Gallagher – both with Robert Seewagen assists – gave the Redskins a 3-1 lead, but Conrad Frisch (Matthew Guinette) trimmed that lead to one with a goal midway through the second period. Another power play goal by Gallagher – this one with assists from Seewagen and DeMatteo – gave the Redskins a 4-2 advantage.
Two minutes into the final period, Frankie Rota scored with assists from Eric Slater and Jake Weisbecker, to pull the Rams to within one, but DeMatteo (Seewagen assist) got that goal back. A goal by Matthew Eissler (Weisbecker and Jeff Manto assists) made it a 5-4 game. That score held until the final whistle.
Neshaminy goalie Steve Glik turned away 45 of 49 shots he faced in a standout effort. Luke Stranick was credited with 35 saves for the Rams.
Neshaminy    1-3-1   5
Pennridge     1-1-2   4
Shots: 
Neshaminy 40, Pennridge 49
Saves:  Steve Glik (N) 45, Luke Stranick (P) 35
1st Period
P – Eric Slater (Matthew Guinette/Michael Walker)
N – Thomas Gallagher (joey DeMateo)
2nd Period
N – Joey DeMatteo (Robert Seewagen)
N – Thomas Gallagher (Robert Seewagen)
P – Conrad Frisch (Matthew Guinette)
N – Thomas Gallagher (Robert Seewagen/Joey DeMatteo)
3rd Period
P – Frankie Rota (Erik Slater/Jake Weisbecker)
N – Joey DeMatteo (Robert Seewagen)
P – Michael Eissler (Jake Weisbecker/Jeff Manto)

CENTRAL BUCKS EAST 2, COUNCIL ROCK SOUTH 1
The Patriots scored a pair of goals in the third period to erase a 1-0 Rock South lead and eke out the win in a classic non-league battle.
Just over 10 minutes into the opening period, Rock South’s Kenny Duffield connected on a power play goal with an assist from Logan Hurwitz. That 1-0 scored stood until Dan Tori (Asher Zenstein and Owen Connor assists) scored 2:55 into the final period. Sean Gorman scored the game-winner with an assist from Rob Kern.
The Patriots held a 38-19 advantage in shots, but Rock South goalie Brett Magloff kept the Golden Hawks in the game, turning away 36 of 38 shots he faced.
East’ goalie Matt Ogonowski earned the win, recording 18 saves on 19 shots.
Central Bucks East  0-0-2   2
Council Rock South            1-0-0   1
Shots: 
CBE 38, CRS 19
Saves:  Matt Ogonowski (CBE) 18, Brett Magloff (CRS) 36.

CENTRAL BUCKS SOUTH 5, CENTRAL BUCKS WEST 1
The Titans erupted for four goals in the third period, breaking a 1-1 tie and blowing the game wide open. South dominated the game statistically as evidenced by its 52-12 advantage in shots, but until the final period, the Bucks were able to negate that, thanks to the 47-save effort of Jake Coddington, who turned away 32 of 33 shots he faced in the first two periods.
South took a 1-0 lead in the opening period when Reis Braccio turned a Dominick Liberta pass into a goal. The Bucks evened the score early in the second period when Pavel Serhiayenka scored a power play goal, using a Christopher Trefz assist.
In the third period, Ryan Gingras (Harry McLaughlin assist) scored the game-winner. Daniel Kvecher, DJ LoVerdi and Matt Milanesi each added a single goal. Milanesi’s came on a power play with assists from Braccio and James Schuler.
Central Bucks West            0-1-0   1
Central Bucks South           1-0-4   5
Shots:
CB West 12, CB South 52
Saves: Jake Coddington (CBW) 47, Oscar Levin (CBS) 11
1st Period
CBS – Reis Braccio (Dominick Liberta)
2nd Period
CBW – Pavel Serhiayenka (Christopher Trefz)
3rd Period
CBS – Ryan Gingras (Harry McLaughlin)
CBS – Daniel Kvecher
CBS – Matt Milanesi (Reis Braccio/James Schuler)

LOWER MORELAND 10, PLYMOUTH WHITEMARSH 9
Coleman Peppelman had himself a night against the Colonials, scoring six goals and assisting on two more in a brilliant eight-point effort. He scored four goals in the final period, including the game-winner in the final seconds.
Early on, the Lions appeared to be in command when they opened up a 4-1 lead in the opening period. Peppelman scored a pair of goals while Devin Green and Vincenzo DeMaio each added a single goal. Aidan Keogh accounted for PW’s lone goal.
Back-to-back goals to open the second period by Jake Weikel and Colin Franzoni pulled the Colonials to within one, and after DeMaio scored his second goal to put the Lions on top 5-3, Gavin Mulligan, Benjamin Lubas and Luke Weikel reeled off consecutive goals to send the Colonials into the final period with a 6-5 lead.
A goal by Dean Keller gave the Colonials a two-goal advantage at the 6:55 mark of the third period, and they still led by two after Peppelman and Peter Troy exchanged goals. The Lions answered with three straight goals of their own to go on top by one. Franzoni knotted the score with time winding, but Peppelman once again had an answer, propelling the Lions to the dramatic win.
Lower Moreland     4-1-5   10
Plymouth Whitemarsh      1-5-3   9
Shots:
Lower Moreland 48, Plymouth Whitemarsh  22
Saves: Noah Gazzara (LM) 13, Ben Yuter (PW) 38
1st Period
LM – Devin Green (Vincenzo DeMaio/Simon Pezalla)
PW – Aidan Keogh (Peter Troy)
LM – Vincenzo DeMaio (Coleman Peppelman)
LM – Coleman Peppelman (Vincenzo DeMaio)
2nd Period
PW – Jake Weikel (Aidan Keogh/Peter Troy)
PW – Colin Franzoni (Benjamin Lubas)
LM – Vincenzo DeMaio (Devin Green)
PW – Gavin Mulligan (Dean Keller)
PW – Benjamin Lubas (Dean Keller)
PW – Luke Weikel (Benjamin Lubas)
3rd Period
PW – Dean Keller (Benjamin Lubas)
LM – Coleman Peppelman (Arthur Rubinshteyn)
PW – Peter Troy (Desmond Brock)
LM – Coleman Peppelman (Simon Pezalla)
LM – Coleman Peppelman (Vincenzo DeMaio)
LM – Vincenzo DeMaio (Coleman Peppelman/Arthur Rubinshteyn)
PW – Colin Franzoni (Benjamin Lubas)
LM – Coleman Peppelman

NORTH PENN 10, WILLIAM TENNENT 0
The Knights received contributions up and down their lineup in their decisive win over the Panthers. Tyler Greenstein’s four-point game led the balanced attack. He finished with two goals and two assists. Joshua Kaufhold (two goals, one assist) and Nathan Oh (one goal, two assists) both had three-point games. Jake Nelson (one goal, one assist), Jeromy Porubski (two goals), Nick Rowland (one goal, one assist), Luke Van Why (two assists) and Tony Tuozzo (one goal, one assist) each finished with two points. Jared Albano chipped in an assist.
The Knights took care of business in a hurry, opening up a 9-0 lead after one period and then closing it out with a goal in the second.
North Penn goalie Nick Ebbinghaus was credited with seven saves in the shutout.
William Tennent     0-0-0   0
North Penn   9-1-0   10
Shots: 
William Tennent 7, North Penn 18.
Saves:  Trey Smith (WT) 4, Thomas Lomas (WT) 4, Nick Ebbinghaus (NP) 7
1st Period
NP – Jake Nelson (Nick Rowland)
NP – Nathan Oh (Jared Albano)
NP – Nick Rowland (Tony Tuozzo)
NP – Tyler Greenstein (Jake Nelson)
NP – Jeromy Porubski (Nathan Oh)
NP – Tony Tuozzo (Luke Van Why)
NP – Tyler Greenstein (Joshua Kaufhold)
NP – Jeromy Porubski (Nathan Oh)
NP – Joshua Kaufhold (Tyler Greenstein)
2nd Period
NP – Joshua Kaufhold (Tyler Greenstein/Luke Van Why)
3rd Period
No Score