SHSHL Ice Hockey Wrap (Wk. 2-5-20)

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


Friday, Feb. 7


Three Central Bucks South players had three-point games in Friday’s win over the Panthers. The final outcome in this one could have been a whole lot worse had it not been for the 66-save effort of Quakertown goalie Austin Stoudt.

The Titans led 2-0 after one period, thanks to goals by Harry McLaughlin (Dominic Patrone assist) and Patrone (Owen Mendham assist).

Quakertown’s Jake Dilger scored a power play goal with a William Shaw assist, making it a 2-1 game early in the second period. Goals by McLaughlin (Mendham/Patrone assists), Daniel Kvecher (Mendham assist) and Matt Milanesi (Kvecher/Colin Abbonizio assists) gave the Titans a 51-1 lead after two periods. Both Kvecher and Milanesi connected on power play goals.

A goal by Abbonizio (Milanesi assist) in the fourth period closed out the scoring.

Mason Moyer recorded 12 saves in goal for the Titans in the win.

Central Bucks South    2-3-1   6

Quakertown               0-1-0   1

Shots: CBS 72, Quakertown 13. Saves: Mason Moyer (CBS) 12, Austin Stoudt (Q) 66.

First period: 1, Harry McLaughlin CBS (Dominic Patrone) 4:42, 2, Dominic Patrone CBS (Owen Mendham) 15:39.

Second period: 3, Jake Dilger Q (William Shaw) 3:39, 4, Harry McLaughlin CBS (Owen Mendham/Dominic Patrone) 4:19, 5, Daniel Kvecher CBS (Owen Mendham) 11:55, 6, Matt Milanesi CBS (Daniel Kvecher/Colin Abbonizio).

Third period: 7, Colin Abbonizio CBS (Colin Abbonizio/Matt Milanesi) 8:52.


Thursday, Feb. 6


Aidan Boyle scored with just over two minutes remaining in regulation, breaking a 2-2 tie and giving the Rams a lead they would not lose in a classic SHSHL battle.

The Falcons – thanks to a Brendan Macainsh goal nine minutes into the opening period – took a 1-0 lead into the third period. Shane Siegmund and Beau Brusius-Yedman assisted).

Ryan Schuler (Conrad Frisch assist) scored 3:36 into the third period to even the score, but Pennsbury’s Reece Millman found the net three minutes later to give the Falcons a 2-1 advantage. Aeryk Lehrhaupt evened the score with assists from Jeff Manto and Jack Lowery, setting the stage for Boyle’s game-winner.

The Falcons held a 35-32 advantage in shots in the evenly played game.

Ryan Pico stopped 33 of 35 shots to earn the win in goal for the Rams. Pennsbury’s Topher Seiler had 30 saves.

Pennsbury      1-0-1   2

Pennridge      0-0-3   3

Shots: Pennsbury 35, Pennridge 32. Saves: Topher Seiler (Pbury) 30, Ryan Pico (Pridge) 33.

First period: 1, Brendan Macainsh Pbury (Shane Siegmund/Beau Brusius-Yedman) 9:16.

Second period: No score

Third period: 2, Ryan Schuler Pridge (Conrad Frisch) 3:36, 3, Reece Millman Pbury, 6:58, 4, Aeryk Lehrhaupt Pridge (Jeff Manto/Jack Lowery) 10:06, 5, Aidan Boyle Pridge (Cooper White) 13:48.



Fourteen players contributed either a goal or assist in a win that was the consummate team effort. The Golden Hawks took a 4-2 lead in the third period when they scored five unanswered goals.

The two teams exchanged goals in the opening period with Justin Carrelli giving the Panthers a 1-0 lead. Less than a minute later Michael Roby Jr. evened the score with an unassisted goal.

Carelli’s second goal with a Matthew Castan assist gave Tennent a 2-1 lead only to watch the Golden Hawks close out the period with back-to-back-to-back goals in a five-minute span to go on top 4-2. Scoring for the Hawks were Roby (Antil Autere assist), Derek Steudler (Julian Wagnemann assist) and Douglas Lopez (Autere/Roby assists).

A pair of Bill Harrelson goals highlighted a five-goal third period for the Hawks, who also received single goals from Autere, Sam Cherkassky and Justin Kennedy.

Jimmy Sweeney turned away 13 of 15 shots in goal for the Golden Hawks. Tennent’s Thomas Lomas was credited with 41 saves.

William Tennent        1-1-0   2

Council Rock South   1-3-5   9

Shots: WT 15, CRS 50. Saves: Thomas Lomas (WT) 41, Jimmy Sweeney (CRS) 13.

First period: 1, Justin Carrelli WT, 6:12, 2, Michael Roby Jr. CRN, 7:02.

Second period: 3, Justin Carrelli WT (Matthew Castan) 6:33, 4, Michael Roby Jr CRS (Antil Autere) 10:40, 5, Derek Steudler CRS (Julian Wagenmann) 11:57, 6, Douglas Lopez CRS (Antil Autere/Michael Roby Jr) 14:29.

Third period: 7, Bill Harrelson CRS (Nolan O’Brien) 4:34, 8, Antil Autere CRS (Kenny Duffield/David Mueller) 6:23, 9, Bill Harrelson CRS (Jeremy Purcell/David Vergules) 10:57, 10, Sam Cherkassky CRS (Julian Wagenmann) 13:33, 11, Justin Kennedy CRS (Fran Scannell/Derek Steudler) 13:33.



Tyler Greenstein scored three goals and assisted on three others, and Thomas Boyle added two goals and three assists to led the Knights to the no-doubt-about-it win.

Joshua Kaufhold had two goals and two assists for four points while Ryan Kaufhold and Luke Van Why both added a goal and two assists. Quinn Holt had a pair of assists, and Chase Mueller had a single goal to round out the scoring for the Knights.

The Knights opened up a 6-0 lead before Quakertown got on the scoreboard with a Lucas Cunnane goal (Brandon Minkoff assist).

Nick Ebbinghaus recorded six saves in a winning effort in goal for the Knights. Austin Stoudt (26 saves) and Jacob Wallower combined for 36 saves in goal.

Quakertown   0-1-0   1

North Penn    3-5-2   10

Shots: Quakertown 7, NP 46. Saves: Austin Stoudt (Q) 26, Jacob Wallower (Q) 10, Nick Ebbinghaus (NP) 6.

First period: 1, Chase Mueller NP (Ryan Kaufhold) 4:36, 2, Luke Van Why NP, 7:19, 3, Tyler Greenstein NP (Joshua Kaufhold/Luke Van Why) 12:36.

Second period: 4, Ryan Kaufhold NP (Tyler Greenstein/Thomas Boyle) 6:57, 5, Thomas Boyle NP (Quinn Holt) 7:27, 6, Joshua Kaufhold NP, 7:47, 7, Tyler Greenstein NP (Luke Van Why/Ryan Kaufhold) 11:45, 8, Lucas Cunnane Q (Brandon Minkoff) 12:28, 9, Tyler Greenstein NP (Joshua Kaufhold/Thomas Boyle) 13:13.

Third period: 10, Thomas Boyle NP (Tyler Greenstein/Quinn Holt) 7:54, 11, Joshua Kaufhold NP (Thomas Boyle/Tyler Greenstein) 9:20.



The Ghosts fell behind early but rallied to knot the score in the third period only to watch UM-MNH close it out with three unanswered goals in the final five minutes of regulation to earn the win.

Michael Janora scored two goals and assisted on two others to lead a balanced Upper Moreland-Moreland New Hope attack.

Chris Allen scored a pair of goals in the first period to spot UM-MNH an early 2-0 lead. Janora assisted on the first.

Janora scored early in the second period, using a Kel MacDowell assist. A goal by Colin Bruton (Jordan Heydt assist) put the Ghosts on the board, trimming UM-MNH’s lead to 3-1 heading into the final period.

Griffin Carpenter (Tom Rourke/Joe Stelacio assists) and Stelacio (Carpenter assist) scored back-to-back goals to open the third period, knotting the score 3-3. UM-MNH closed it out with goals by Kel MacDowell (Janora assist), Noah Goodson and Janora (MacDowell/Charles Jones assists).

Michael Denardo earned the win in goal, recording 29 saves.


UM-MNH        2-1-3   6

Abington        0-1-2   3

Shots: UM-MNH 28, Abington 32. Saves: Michael Denardo (UM-MNH) 29, Sam Nemac (A) 22.

First period: 1, Chris Allen UM-MNH (Michael Janora) 2:25, 2, Chris Allen UM-MNH, 11:27.

Second period: 3, Michael Janora UM-MNH (Kel MacDowell) 1:15, 4, Colin Bruton A (Jordan Heydt) 11:28.

Third period: 5, Griffin Carpenter A (Tom Rourke/Joe Stelacio) 5:45, 6, Joe Stelacio A (Griffin Carpenter) 10:25, 7, Kel MacDowell UM-MNH (Michael Janora) 11:11, 8, Noah Goodson UM-MNH, 13:02, 9, Michael Janora UM-MNH (Kel MacDowell/Charles Jones) 14:46.


Wednesday, Feb. 5


Goalie Connor Pilla stopped 31 of 33 shots he faced in goal, and Robert DiCrosta and Jeremy McCartney ignited the offense with one goal and three assists each, leading the Tigers to their second win of the season.

James McCoy (Ben Lerner assist) scored the lone goal of the opening period, spotting the Hatters a 1-0 lead. James Gallagher scored a pair of goals in the second period, giving the Tigers a lead they would not lose. On Gallagher’s first – a power play, Robert DiCrosta and Brent McGoldrick both assisted. DiCrosta and Jeremy McCartney assisted on the second.

In the third period, Justin Reid found the net on a shorthanded goal with a McCartney assist, and then it was McCartney scoring with a DiCrosta assist to put the Tigers on top 4-1. Gianni Vegas (McCoy/Aidan Esack assists) scored to pull the Hatters to within two, but DiCrosta got that goal back, using assists from Reid and McCartney.

The Hatters held a 33-21 advantage in shots, an advantage that Pilla negated.

Hatboro-Horsham     1-0-1   2

Harry S Truman        0-2-3   5

Shots: HH 33, HST 21. Saves: Joe Gambino (HH) 16, Connor Pilla (HST) 31.

First period: 1, James McCoy HH (Ben Lerner) 5:39.

Second period: 2, James Gallagher HST (Robert DiCrosta/Brent McGoldrick) 14:58, 3, James Gallagher HST (Robert DiCrosta/Jeremy McCartney) 15:41.

Third period: 4, Justin Reid HST (Jeremy McCartney) 10:12, 5, Jeremy McCartney HST (Robert DiCrosta) 11:24, 6, Gianni Vegas HH (James McCoy/Aidan Esack) 13:06, 7, Robert DiCrosta HST (Justin Reid/Jeremy McCartney) 14:15.



Bill Harrelson’s five-point night led the Golden Hawks’ attack. He scored two goals and assisted on three. Michael Roby Jr had three goals and assisted on another for four points.

Roby connected for the hat trick in the opening period – the first with a Harrelson assist, the second with an assist from Douglas Lopez and the third with an Antil Autere assist.

In the second period, Harrelson scored a pair of goals – the first with a Jeremy Purcell assist. Purcell scored on a power play with assists from Roby and Brennen Wright, and the Golden Hawks led 6-0 after two periods.

The Hawks added three more goals in the third period – two by David Vergules with Harrelson assists. David Mueller added an unassisted goal.

Jimmy Sweeney stopped all 22 shots he faced in goal for the Golden Hawks.

Council Rock South   3-3-3   9

Central Bucks East    0-0-0   0

Shots: CRS 40, CBE 22. Saves: Jimmy Sweeney (CRS) 22, Chris McIntyre (CBE) 31.

First period: 1, Michael Roby Jr CRS (Bill Harrelson) 5:50, 2, Michael Roby Jr (Douglas Lopez) 8:02, 3, Michael Roby Jr (Antil Autere) 15;37.

Second period: 4, Bill Harrelson CRS (Jeremy Purcell) 0:51, 5, Jeremy Purcell CRS (Michael Roby Jr/Brennen Wright) 8:58, 6, Bill Harrelson CRS, 9:20.

Third period: 7, David Vergules CRS (Bill Harrelson) 0:12, 8, David Vergules CRS (Bill Harrelson) 0:36, 9, David Mueller CRS, 11:42.



The Indians led 2-0 after one quarter, but the Ghosts reeled off eight goals over the next two periods to earn the win.

Joe Stelacio assisted on four goals and scored another for five points, and Griffin Carpenter had a hat trick and one assist in a four-point night to lead the Ghosts.

In the first period, Wyatt Pasch (Vlad Litvinov/Christopher Hahn assists) and Litvinov (Colin Kiefer/William Sohn assists) found the net for the Indians. Litvinov’s goal came on a power play.

Tom Rourke (Carpenter/Stelacio assists), Stelacio (Rourke assist) and Carpenter (Stelacio assists) each scored a goal to give the Ghosts a 3-2 lead heading into the final period when they scored five unanswered goals.

Carpenter had a pair of goals, Sam Paulik had a pair and Colin Bruton added a single goal for the 8-2 final.

Abington goalie Ben Panella recorded 28 saves in the win.  

Abington                  0-3-5   8

Council Rock North   2-0-0   2

First period: 1, Wyatt Pasch CRN (Vlad Litvinov/Christopher Hahn) 9:41, 2,Vlad Litvinov CRN (Colin Kiefer/William Sohn) 14:23.

Second period: 3, Tom Rourke A (Griffin Carpenter/Joe Stelacio) 5:43, 4, Joe Stelacio A (Tom Rourke) 9:12, 5, Griffin Carpenter A (Joe Stelacio) 10:38.

Third period: 6, Sam Paulik A (Ian Heydt/Sean Faye) 1:12; 7, Griffin Carpenter A (Joe Stelacio/Ethan Weilheimer) 6:24, 8, Griffin Carpenter A (Tom Rourke/Joe Stelacio) 7:08, 9, Sam Paulik A (Sean Faye) 8:01, 10, Colin Bruton A, 8:37.



Ben Yuter turned away 32 shots, negating Lower Merion’s 36-23 advantage in shots in Wednesday’s non-league game, and Aidan Keogh led a balanced Colonial offensive effort. His four-point night included two goals and two assists.

Ben Lubas put the Colonials on the scoreboard, using a Keogh assist, and Colin Franzoni’s goal with assists from Logan Westerfer and Lubas gave PW a 2-0 advantage nine minutes into the contest. A late goal by Luke Weikel (Keogh assist) sent the Colonials into the second period with a 3-0 lead.

Franzoni and Weikel each scored a goal around Lower Merion’s first goal to give the Colonials a 5-1 lead after two periods. Franzoni and Jack Mishkin assisted on Weikel’s goal.

In the final period, Keogh scored a pair of goals.

Lower Merion                     0-1-3   4

Plymouth Whitemarsh         3-2-2   7

Shots: LM 36, PW 23. Saves: Ben Yuter (PW) 32.



(To read Ben Reese’s complete recap, click on the following link: