SHSHL Ice Hockey Wrap (1-10-22)

Wissahickon/Hatboro-Horsham photos provided by Keith Clemens Photography. Quakertown/William Tennent photos provided courtesy of Tracy Valko. To view galleries of both games, please visit the Photo Gallery at the following link:  



Friday, Jan. 7


Carson Lopez was perfect in goal, turning away all 35 shots he faced, and Blaize Pepe had a hand in all three goals to lead the Golden Hawks to the shutout win.

Pepe’s power play goal 9:51 into the opening period turned out to be the game-winner.

Late in the second period, Sam Cherkassky (Matthew Constantini/Pepe assists) added an insurance goal. Blaize’s short-handed goal with a Cherkassky assist in the closing seconds of the period gave the Golden Hawks their final margin of victory.

Council Rock South     1-2-0   3

Central Bucks East      0-0-0   0

Shots: CRS 30, CBE 35. Saves: Carson Lopez (CRS) 35, Matt Mangiacapre (CBE) 27.

First period: 1. Blaize Pepe CRS, 9:51.

Second period: 2. Sam Cherkassky CRS (Matthew Constantini/Blaize Pepe) 13:29; 3. Blaize pepe CRS (Sam Cherkassky) 16:52.

Third period: No Score


Thursday, Jan. 6


(Ben Reese recaps all the action. Click on the following link: )


Wednesday, Jan 5


DJ Bray scored in the final minute of the second period, breaking a 1-1 tie with a goal that stood as the game-winner. Daniel Kvecher’s power play goal in the third period, using an Adam Cusick assist, gave the Titans their final margin of victory.

The Titans took a 1-0 lead in the first period when Kvecher scored with an Adam Cusick assist. The Bucks knotted score on a goal by Billy Loughnane (John Cherubini) just under 10 minutes into the second period. That tie stood for less than five minutes.

South goalie Jason Magaruh stopped 11 of 12 shots in a winning effort. Liam Rogers kept the Bucks in it, turning away 39 of 42 shots.

Central Bucks West     0-1-0   1

Central Bucks South    1-1-1   3

Shots: CBW 12, CBS 42. Saves: Liam Rogers (CBW) 42; Jason Magaruh (CBS) 11.

First period: 1. Daniel Kvecher CBS (Adam Cusick) 1:32.

Second period: 2. Billy Loughnane CBW (John Cherubini) 9:50; 3. DJ Bray CBS (Keith Waldron/Aydin Thierolf) 15:33.

Third period: 4. Daniel Kvechner CBS (Adam Cusick) 8:30.



Quakertown took a 4-0 lead into the final period and upped that lead to 5-0 before the Tennent staged a late rally but would get no closer than three goals. The four-point games of Melanie Pezzano (2g, 2a) and Branden McNally (1g, 3a) led a balanced Quakertown attack.

McNally (William Shaw and Pezzano assists) and Anthony Pagliei (McNally/Pezzano assists) scored first-period goals. Pagliei’s came on the power play.

In the second period, Shaw and Pezzano (McNally/Shaw assists) each added a goal, and Luc Cunnane’s goal with assists from Connor Ellmore and Randy Rhodomoyer gave Quakertown a 5-0 lead four minutes into the final period.

Frank Rosenberry put Tennant on the board, but Pezzano answered with a goal for Quakertown, using an Ellmore assist. Rosenberry (Silberman/Tre Dyer assists) scored his second goal, this one on the power play, to make it a 5-2 game. Quakertown’s Jack Diliberto connected on a short-handed goal with a McNally assist only to see Tennent’s Andrew Matz score back-to-back goals – the first with assists from Silberman and Gavin Loughlin and the second with a Loughlin assist. Pagliei connected on an unassisted power play goal before Tennent’s Quinn Morena closed out the scoring, using a Brennen Corcoran assist.

Quakertown goalie Matthew Krem recorded 23 saves in a winning effort. Tennent’s Thomas Lomas had 46 saves.

Quakertown                2-2-4   8

William Tennent         0-0-5   5

Shots: Quakertown – 46, WT 29. Saves: Matthew Krem (Q) 23, Thomas Lomas (WT) 38.

First period: 1. Branden McNally Q (William Shaw/Melanie Pezzano) 3:06; 2. Anthony Pagliei Q (Branden McNally/Melanie Pezzano) 8:55.

Second period: 3. William Shaw Q, 2:45; 4. Melanie Pezzano Q (Branden McNally/William Shaw) 11:21.

Third period: 5. Lucas Cunnane Q (Connor Ellmore/Randy Rhodomoyer) 4:01; 6. Frank Rosenberry WT, 5:26; 7. Melanie Pezzano Q (Connor Ellmore) 5:48; 8. Frank Rosenberry WT (Nate Silberman/Tre Dyer) 7:15; 9. Jack Diliberto Q (Branden McNally) 9:00; 10. Andrew Matz WT (Nate Silberman/Gavin Loughlin) 13:03; 11. Andrew Matz WT (Gavin Loughlin) 14:05; 12. Anthony Pagliei Q, 14:19; 13. Quinn Morena WT (Brennen Corcoran) 15:18.



Jackson Accardi had himself a game, scoring four goals and assisting on another to lead the Indians to the win.

The two teams exchanged goals in the opening period with Karson Grainey finding the net on a power play goal (Accardi/Jackson Mosley assists) putting the Indians on the board midway through the period. John Stinson scored the equalizer with assists from Justin Yothers and Nolan O’Toole with just over a minute remaining.

Accardi’s power play goal with assists from Nicholas Hahn and Grainey put the Indians on top 2-1, and an unassisted goal by Accardi upped that advantage to 3-1, but Tony Tuozzo (O’Toole and Joseph Silvotti assists) scored to trim the Indians’ lead to one, 3-2.

In the third period, Accardi scored an unassisted goal, and Cole Pluck answered for the Knights, scoring on a power play with assists from Matthew and Justin Yothers. Wilton Pasch and Accardi each scored a goal late in the period to give the Indians their final margin of victory.

Ian Goldberg was credited with 18 saves in a winning effort in goal.

North Penn                 1-1-1   3

Council Rock North     1-2-3   6

Shots: NP 21, CRN 33. Saves: Nicholas Crist (NP) 27, Ian Goldberg (CRN) 18.

First period: 1. Karson Grainey CRN (Jackson Accardi/Jackson Mosley) 7:40; 2. John Stinson NP (Justin Yothers/Nolan O’Toole) 15:47.

Second period: 3. Jackson Accardi CRN (Nicholas Hahn/Karson Grainey) 5:17; 4. Jackson Accardi CRN, 7:06; 5. Tony Tuozzo NP (Nolan O’Toole/Joseph Silvotti) 7:06.

Third period: 6. Jackson Accardi CRN, 1:15; 7. Cole Pluck NP (Matthew Yothers/Justin Yothers) 9:22; 8. Wilton Pasch CRN, 12:02; 9. Jackson Accardi CRN, 16:58.



Danny Hussa erupted for five goals while his sibling, Will Hussa, had one goal and four assists to lead the Trojans to the no-doubt-about-it win.

Danny Hussa put the Trojans on the board just over a minute into the game, and two minutes later Nicholas Bonanni (Nolan Pounds assist) scored to spot the Trojans an early 2-0 lead. Danny Hussa’s second goal – this one with assists from Will Hussa and John Kufner – gave the Trojans a 3-0 lead after one period.

A pair of Danny Hussa goals – the first with a Will Hussa assist and the second on the power play with assists from Griffin Lynch and Will Hussa – gave the Trojans a 5-0 lead heading into the final quarter.

That lead grew to 6-0 when Danny Hussa found the net with his fifth goal, also with a Will Hussa assist. The Hatters avoided the shutout when Ben Lerner scored with a Tarek Elsabbagh assist 14:24 into the period. Will Hussa connected on an unassisted goal in the game’s final minute to close out the scoring.

Michaell Bonanni stopped 17 of 18 shots he faced in a winning effort in goal for the Trojans. Mason Rash was credited with 52 saves in a contest that saw the Trojans hold a 59-18 advantage in shots.

Wissahickon                3-2-2   7

Hatboro-Horsham      0-0-1   1

Shots: Wissahickon 59, Hatboro-Horsham 18. Saves: Michael Bonanni (W) 17, Mason Rash (HH) 52.

First period: 1. Danny Hussa W, 1:21; 2. Nicholas Bonanni W (Nolan Pounds) 3:17; 3. Danny Hussa W (Will Hussa/John Kufner).

Second period: 4. Danny Hussa W (Will Hussa) 1:51; 5. Danny Hussa W (Griffin Lynch/Will Hussa) 6:59.

Third period: 6. Danny Hussa W (Will Hussa) 13:28; 7. Ben Lerner HH (Tarek Elsabbagh) 14:24; 8. Will Hussa W, 16:16.