SHSHL Ice Hockey Wrap (11-21-21)

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



Friday, Nov. 19


Tyler Godown scored four goals and teammate Corey Kosick assisted on three to lead the Patriots to the convincing win.

The two teams exchanged goals in the opening period. East took a 2-0 lead less than five minutes into the game, thanks to back-to-back goals by Tyler Godown. Bogdan Borodenko assisted on the first and Kosick had an assist on the second.

Wissahickon answered with goals by Ty Schiff (AJ Pounds assist) and Nicholas Hussa (Pounds and Konrad Foulk assists). East all but put the game out of reach in the second period, scoring four unanswered goals to go on top 6-2. Phil McIntyre’s shorthanded goal with an assist from Kosick opened the scoring, and then it was Aiden Schmidt (Borodenko assist) also connecting on a shorthanded goal. Godown made it a 5-2 game when he scored on a penalty shot, and a shorthanded goal by Gowdown – the third shorthanded goal of the period – gave the Patriots a four-goal cushion.

East added to its lead with back-to-back goals in the third period – the first by Phil McIntyre (Stephen DiRugeris assist) and the second by Carter Keiser on a power play with a Kosick assist. AJ Pounds broke the Patriots’ run with a shorthanded goal, using a Will Hussa assist. Aiden Schmidt’s shorthanded goal with a McIntyre assist put the Patriots on top 9-3 before Will Hussa scored in the closing seconds with assists from Nicholas Hussa and Nolan Pounds.

East goalie Matt Mangiacapre was credited with 24 saves in the win. Michael Bonanni had 33 saves for the Trojans.

Central Bucks East      2-4-3   9

Wissahickon               2-0-2   4

Shots: CBE 42, Wissahickon 28. Saves: Matt Mangiacapre (CBE) 24, Michael Bonanni (W) 33.

First period: 1. Tyler Godown CBE (Bogdan Borodenko) 1:07; 2. Tyler Godown CBE (Corey Kosick) 4:40; 3. Ty Schiff W (AJ Pounds/Ty Schiff) 6:07; 4. Nicholas Hussa W (AJ Pounds/Konrad Foulk) 14:31.

Second period: 5. Phil McIntyre CBE (Corey Kosick) 2:09; 6. Aiden Schmidt CBE (Bogdan Borodenko) 4:08; 7. Tyler Godown CBE, 14:55; 8. Tyler Godown CBE, 15:48.

Third period: 9. Phil McIntyre CBE (Stephen DiRugeris) 5:11; 10. Carter Keiser CBE (Corey Kosick) 8:22; 11. AJ Pounds W (Will Hussa) 9:29; 12. Aiden Schmidt CBE (Phil McIntyre) 14:38; 13. Will Hussa W (Nicholas Hussa/Nolan Pounds) 16:46.



Seth Grossman scored two goals and assisted on another while Nicholas Smith added a pair of goals to lead a balanced Indians’ attack.

Nine minutes into the game, Grossman jumpstarted the Indians with back-to-back goals in less than 15 seconds. His first was unassisted and his second came with a Sean Ryon assist. Quakertown cut that lead in half on a goal by William Shaw (Jack Diliberto assist). The Indians answered with a pair of goals in the second period to go on top 4-1. Smith scored 2:30 into the period with an assist from Jacob Chow, and Carter Povazan found the net with a Grossman assist late in the period.

The two teams exchanged goals in the third period with Smith scoring an unassisted goal just over five minutes into the period. Corbin Cassel’s power play goal closed out the scoring for both sides.

Souderton goalie Noah Connor turned away 16 of 18 shots he faced. Quakertown’s Matthew Krem was credited with 28 saves.

Quakertown                1-0-1   2

Souderton                   2-2-1   5

Shots: Quakertown 18, Souderton 33. Saves: Matthew Krem (Q) 28, Noah Connor (S) 16.

First period: 1. Seth Grossman S, 8:59; 2. Seth Grossman S (Sean Ryon) 9:11; 3. William Shaw Q (Jack Dilberto) 10:45.

Second period: 4. Nicholas Smith S (Jacob Chow) 2:30; 5. Carter Povazan S (Seth Grossman) 14:25.

Third Period: 6. Nicholas Smith S, 5:11; 7. Corbin Cassel Q, 9:18.



Thursday, Nov. 18


Aidan Keogh and Luke Weikel combined for four goals and four assists, providing most of the offensive firepower in the Colonials’ win. Both players scored a pair of goals with Keogh contributing two assists while Weikel had one helper, and both were catalysts in the Colonials’ late comeback.

West took a 3-2 lead 9:20 into the third period after a goal by Nicholas Bruno (Billy Loughnane and Grant Funseth assists). That lead stood until just two minutes remained in regulation when Keogh connected on a power play goal to knot the score, using assists from Weikel and Matthew Flynn. Twenty seconds later, Weikel also found the net on a power play, using a Keogh assist. That goal stood as the game-winner.

Early on, Keogh (Flynn and Jacob Elgart assists) gave PW a 1-0 lead with a goal 2:20 into the contest. The Bucks evened the score early in the second period on a goal by Anthony Dowd (Joey McFadden assist). Loughnane’s unassisted goal midway through the period put the Bucks on top 2-1, but Weikel scored the first of what would be three power play goals for the Colonials, this one with assists from Keogh and Conlan Carpenter that set the stage for the dramatic finish.

PW goalie Kolton Galie turned away 28 shots in a winning effort. West’s Liam Rogers had 20 saves.

Central Bucks West               0-2-1   3

Plymouth Whitemarsh           1-1-2   4

Shots: CBW 31, PW 24. Saves: Liam Rogers (CBW) 20, Kolton Galie (PW) 28.

First period: 1. Aidan Keogh PW (Matthew Flynn/Jacob Elgart) 2:20.

Second period: 2. Anthony Dowd CBW (Joey McFadden) 2:48; 3. Billy Loughnane CBW, 7:57; 4. Luke Weikel PW (Aidan Keogh/Conlan Carpenter) 9:18.

Third period: 5. Nicholas Bruno CBW (Billy Loughnane/Grant Funseth) 9:20; 6. Aidan Keogh PW (Luke Weikel/Matthew Flynn) 14:55; 7. Luke Weikel PW (Aidan Keogh) 15:15.



Louis Gamburg scored three goals and assisted on another, and Jack Bocul also connected on a hat trick to lead UD’s attack.

The Flying Cardinals opened the game with a 3-0 tear on their way to the convincing win.

Gamburg scored 3:16 into the contest, using an assist from Julian Plante to give UD a lead it would not lose. Max Frearson’s unassisted goal was followed by Gamburg’s second goal of the period, this one with a Zachary Keenan assist. Tarek Elsabbagh (Brady Gurt assist) put the Hatters on the board late in the period.

Aidan McCarthy scored with a Jonah Fisher assist to give the Cardinals a 4-1 lead. Darius Graziani’s power play goal with assists from Elsabbagh and Gurt made it a 4-2 game, but Kevin McGinly (Frearson assist) scored to send the Cardinals into the final period with a 5-2 lead.

Gamburg completed his hat trick with a goal 20 seconds into the third period. Then it was Jack Bocul scoring back-to-back goals to put the Cardinals on top 7-2. Cole Rosenthal assisted on the first and Fisher was credited with an assist on the second.

Darius Graziani found the net for the Hatters with a James Cortez assist, and Bocul’s power play goal – his third of the game – gave the Cardinals their final margin of victory.

UD goalie Emmiett Kepniss was credited with 19 saves in a winning effort. Hatters’ goalie Mason Rash recorded 34 saves.

Upper Dublin             3-2-4   9

Hatboro-Horsham      1-1-1   3

Shots:  UD 44, HH 22. Saves: Emmett Kepniss (UD) 19, Mason Rash (HH) 34.

First period: 1. Louis Gamburg UD (Julian Plante) 3:16; 2. Max Frearson UD, 10:40; 3. Louis Gamburg UD (Zachary Keenan) 10:53; 4. Tarek Elsabbagh HH (Brady Gurt) 13:23.

Second period: 5. Aidan McCarthy UD (Jonah Fisher) 0:50; 6. Darius Graziani HH (Tarek Elsabbagh/Brady Gurt) 2:11; 7. Kevin McGinly UD (Max Frearson) 9:31.

Third period: 8. Louis Gamburg UD, 0:20; 9. Jack Bocul UD (Cole Rosenthal) 8:45; 10. Jack Bocul UD (Jonah Fisher) 9:02; 11. Darius Graziani HH (James Cortez) 9:21; 12. Jack Bocul UD (Louis Gamburg) 13:38.


Wednesday, Nov. 17


Overtime could not determine a winner in Wednesday’s classic battle between between a pair of National Conference foes.

The Falcons needed some late-game heroics to send the game to overtime, and Brendan Macainsh gave it to them, scoring back-to-back goals – his second on a power play with a Shane Siegmund assist with just over a minute remaining in regulation to knot the score.

The Golden Hawks – despite being outshot 36-20 in the first two periods – opened up a 3-1 lead before Macainsh went to work.

In the opening period, Julian Sarne (Kevin Koles and David Vergules assists) scored a goal at the 11:37 mark to put the Hawks on the board, but four minutes later, the Falcons evened the score on a goal by Reece Millman with assists from Macainsh and Siegmund.

Rock South took a 2-1 lead when Julian Sarne scored an unassisted goal 6:33 into the second period, and Julian Wagenmann’s goal with a Kevin Koles assist made it a 3-1 game with five minutes remaining in the second period.

Macainsh cut that lead to one with a goal in the final minute of the second period, using assists from Marcus Roberts and Chris Sarver, setting the stage for the fantastic finish.

The Falcons held a 65-40 advantage in shots, an advantage that was negated by the dazzling 62-save effort by Rock South goalie Carson Lopez. Aaron McDaniel recorded 37 saves for the Falcons.

Pennsbury                  1-1-1-0   3

Council Rock South     1-2-0-0   3

Shots: Pennsbury 65, CRS 40. Saves: Aaron McDaniel (P) 37, Carson Lopez (CRS) 62.

First period: 1. Julian Sarne CRS (Kevin Koles/David Vergules) 11:37; 2. Reece Millman P (Brendan Macainsh/Shane Siegmund) 15:14.

Second period: 3. Julian Sarne CRS, 6:33; 4. Julian Wagenmann CRS (Kevin Koles) 11:45; 5. Brendan Macainsh P (Marcus Roberts/Chris Sarver) 16:27.

Third period: 6. Brendan Macainsh P (Shane Siegmund) 15:39.

Overtime: No Score



Nine Ram players contributed to the eight goals in a win that was the definition of a team effort.

The Rams came out of the gate on fire, connecting for four first-period goals – all in a five-minute span late in the period. The Rams’ run began with a goal by Andrew Lizak (Shane Dachowski assist) 10:19 into the period. Just over a minute later, Ryan Schuler scored with an Andrew Savona assist, and then it was Aeryk Lehrhaupt and Dachowski scoring back-to-back goals in an eight-second span to cap off the four-goal run. Dachowski’s goal was shorthanded and gave the Rams a 4-0 lead after one period.

Pierce McGinley scored 1:36 into the second period, using assists from Lehrhaupt and Henry Fitzgerald. Cooper White’s unassisted shorthanded goal sent the Rams into the final period with a 6-0 lead.

South got on the scoreboard 1:26 into the third period on a goal by Aydin Theirolf (Jonah Smith assist), and then it was Thierolf scoring an unassisted goal to make it a 6-2 game. The Rams answered with a pair of goals to close out the game – the first by Cooper White and the second by Kevin Pico with a Tyler Manto assist.

Pennridge goalie Ryan Pico stopped 35 of 37 shots he faced in the win. South’s Dominic Varacallo was credited with 39 saves.

Pennridge                  4-2-2   8

Central Bucks South    0-0-2   2

Shots: Pennridge 47, CBS 37. Saves: Ryan Pico (P) 35, Dominic Varacallo (CBS) 39.

First period: 1. Andrew Lizak P (Shane Dachowski) 10:19; 2. Ryan Schuler P (Andrew Savona) 11:55; 3. Aeryk Lehrhaupt P, 14:49; 4. Shane Dachowski P, 14:57.

Second period: 5. Pierce McGinley P (Aeryk Lehrhaupt/ Henry Fitzgerald) 1:36; 6. Cooper P, 15:12.

Third period: 7. Aydin Thierolf CBS (Jonah Smith) 1:26; 8. Aydin Theirolf CBS, 3:50; 9. Cooper White P, 4:12; 10. Kevin Pico P (Tyler Manto) 9:54.



Nicholas Hahn scored two goals and assisted on three others in a five-point night that led the Indians to the win. Wilton Pasch added a goal and two assists for three points. Four players – Gavin Tuniewicz (2A), Jackson Mosley (1G,1A), Drew Borden (2A) and Michael Booth (2A) - had two-point games for the Indians.

Jackson Accardi added one goal and Zach Weissman had an assist to round out the scoring for the Indians, who led 4-1 after one period and took a 9-4 lead into the final period that saw both teams score one goal.

For the Panthers, Frank Rosenberry had a big night, scoring three goals and assisting on another. Matthew Castan and Walt Wolaniuk each added a goal while Gavin Loughlin, Tre Dyer and David Parkinson all contributed an assist.

Rock North goalie Ian Goldberg turned away 29 shots in a winning performance. Tennent goalies Charlotte Reeves and Thomas Lomas combined for 29 saves.

William Tennent                     1-3-1   5

Council Rock North                4-5-1   10

Shot: WT 34, CRN 29. Saves: Charlotte Reeves (WT) 12, Thomas Lomas (WT) 17, Ian Goldberg CRN (29.



The Knights scored 30 seconds into Wednesday’s contest on a goal by Justin Yothers with a John Stinson assist. The Redskins answered with a 3-0 tear to close out the quarter, taking a lead they would not lose.

Michael Knipple’s power play goal evened the score 1-1 and was assisted by Ryan DeMatteo and Noah Seewagen. Jack Halloran scored the go-ahead goal with a Daniel McColgan assist 13:27 into the period, and just over a minute later, Seewagen scored with assists from Nolan Geria and Max Gallagher.

Neither team scored in the second period, and the Redskins took their 3-1 lead into the third period. John Stinson’s power play goal with a Yothers assist eight minutes into the final period made it a 3-2 game, a score that stood until Jacob Adami’s empty net goal with just over a minute remaining.

Neshaminy held a decisive 41-19 advantage in shots, but Nick Ebbinghaus kept the Knights within striking distance, turning away 37 shots. Brian Nelson was credited with 17 saves in a winning effort for the Redskins.

Neshaminy                 3-0-1   4

North Penn                 1-0-1   2

Shots: Neshaminy 41, NP 19. Saves: Brian Nelson (N) 17, Nick Ebbinghaus (NP) 37.

First period: 1. Justin Yothers NP (John Stinson) 0:30; 2. Michael Knipple N (Ryan DeMatteo/Noah Seewagen) 7:33; 3. Jack Halloran N (Daniel McColgan) 13:27; 4. Noah Seewagen N (Nolan Geria/Max Gallagher) 14:47.

Second period: No Score

Third period: 5. John Stinson NP (Justin Yothers) 8:08; 6. Jacob Adami N, 15:40.