Check out the recaps for last week’s SOL SHSHL ice hockey games.
Friday, Jan. 17
CENTRAL BUCKS EAST 5, ABINGTON 1
Sean Gorman connected for the hat trick and Chris McIntyre turned away 26 of 27 shots he faced in goal to lead the Patriots to the win.
Gorman put the Patriots on the scoreboard late in the opening quarter, using assists from Shane West and Tyler Godown. The Patriots took that 1-0 lead into the second period.
Godown found the net 33 seconds into the period, but Abington made it a 2-1 game when Tom Rourke scored with a Joe Stelacio assist just over two minutes into the period. Gorman’s second goal of the game – this one with assists from Marc Green and Max Ermigiotti – gave the Patriots a 3-1 lead. Back-to-back goals in less than a minute by Ermiogiotti (JD Gotschal assist) and Gorman gave the Patriots their final margin of victory.
Central Bucks East 1-4-0 5
Abington 0-1-0 1
Shots: CBE 28, Abington 27. Saves: Chris McIntyre (CBE) 26, Ben Panella (A) 23.
First period: 1, Sean Gorman CBE (Shane West/Tyler Godown) 12:25.
Second period: 2, Tyler Godown CBE, 0:33; 3, Tom Rourke A (Joe Stelacio) 2:05; 4, Sean Gorman CBE (Marc Green/Max Ermigiotti) 5:00; 5, Max Ermigiotti CBE (JD Gotschal) 7:51; 6, Sean Gorman CBE, 8:05.
Third period: No score
Thursday, Jan. 16
PENNSBURY 9, UPPER DUBLIN 5
Reece Millman and Erik Eisler both had four-point games with two goals and two assists to lead the Falcons to the non-league win.
Eisler got the ball rolling in a five-goal first period, finding the net 2:22 into the period to spot the Falcons a 1-0 lead. UD’s Jack Bocul answered with a goal five minutes later, but that 1-1 tie didn’t stand for long as Beau Brusius-Yedman scored with assists from Brendan Macainsh and Ben Dous. Again, the Cardinals had an answer, knotting the score on Andrew Kearney’s power play goal 10 minutes into the game.
The Falcons answered with back-to-back-to-back goals by Eisler (Reece Millman assist), Reece Millman (Eisler assist) and Jasper Millman (Shane Siegmund assist) to go on top 5-2. Reece Millman and UD’s Louis Gamburg exchanged goals in the second period. It was a 6-4 game when Gamburg scored a power play goal (Bocul assist) just 24 seconds into the period.
The Falcons responded with three straight goals by Jake Machlovitz, Macainsh and Edward Bossler before Ben Rosenthal scored for the Cardinals late in the period.
Marek Jorgenson and Topher Seiler combined for 19 saves in goal for the Falcons. UD goalie James Haak recorded 25 saves.
Upper Dublin 2-1-2 5
Pennsbury 5-1-3 9
Shots: UD 24, Pennsbury 34. Saves: James Haak (UD) 25, Marek Jorgenson (P) 6, Topher Seiler (P) 13.
First period: 1, Erik Eisler P, 2:22; 2, Jack Bocul UD, 7:17; 3, Beau Brusius-Yedman P (Brandan Macinsh/Ben Dous), 4, Andrew Kearney UD, 9:57; 5, Erik Eisler P (Reece Millman) 10:43; 6, Reece Millman P (Erik Eisler) 13:34; 7, Jasper Millman P (Shane Siegmund) 15:14.
Second period: 8, Reece Millman P (Connor Coyne/Erik Eisler) 11:07; 9, Louis Gamburg UD (Jack Bocul/Andrew Molish) 12:05.
Third period: 10, Louis Gamburg UD (Jack Bocul) 0:24; 11, Jake Machlovitz P (Beau Brusius-Yedman/Reece Millman) 3:42; 12, Brendan Macainsh P (Shane Siegmund) 3:53; 13, Edward Bossier P, 12:30; 14, Ben Rosenthal UD (Andrew Molish) 13:20.
WISSAHICKON 11, LOWER MORELAND 2
Bryan Garry scored four goals and assisted on four others, and his eight-point night led the Trojans to the no-doubt-about-it win. AJ Pounds had a big night of his own, scoring a pair of goals and assisting on three for five points.
Goals by Pounds (Garry/Ty Schiff assists) and Garry (Pounds/Michael Bonanni assists) spotted the Trojans a 2-0 lead after one period. They reeled off six unanswered goals to open the second period to seize command of the contest. The 6-0 tear included a pair of goals by Garry and single goals by Pounds, Nicholas Hussa, Nolan Ryan and Alex Carrozza.
A goal by Lower Moreland’s Vincenzo DeMaio (Devin Green assist) broke up the Trojans’ shutout bid. The Trojans added three goals in the third period. Noah Gazzara found the net for the Lions.
Chris Shea was credited with 21 saves in a winning effort in goal. Lower Moreland’s Jacob Lungin recorded 47 saves in a contest that saw the Trojans hold a 58-23 advantage in shots.
Lower Moreland 0-1-1 2
Wissahickon 2-6-3 11
Shots: LM 23, Wissahickon 58. Saves: Jacob Lungin (LM) 47, Chris Shea (W) 21.
First period: 1, AJ Pounds W (Bryan Garry/Ty Schiff) 7:32; 2, Bryan Garry W (AJ Pounds/Michael Bonanni) 12:41.
Second period: 3, AJ Pounds W (Bryan Garry/Nolan Ryan) 6:40; 4, Nicholas Hussa W (Alex Carrozza) 7:38; 5, Nolan Ryan W (Daniel Glazer) 7:49; 6, Bryan Garry W (AJ Pounds) 8:34; 7, Bryan Garry W (AJ Pounds) 8:56; 8, Alex Carrozza W (Ty Schiff/Nicholas Hussa) 11:12; 9, Vincenzo DeMaio LM (Devin Green) 12:49.
Third period: 10, Bryan Garry W, 2:11; 11, Will Hussa W (Bryan Garry/Daniel Glazer) 10:52; 12, Noah Gazzara LM (Devin Green/Alex Silverman) 15:06. 13, Nolan Ryan (Bryan Garry) 15:30.
UPPER MORELAND-MORELAND NEW HOPE 10, COUNCIL ROCK NORTH 1
Rex Fowler and Michael Janora both contributed two goals and two assists. Their four-point nights led UM-MNH in a contest that saw 10 of its players contribute either a goal or an assist.
Kel MacDowell put UM-MNH on the scoreboard just over a minute into the opening period, using assists from Janora and Charles Jones. Janora’s unassisted goal made it a 2-0 game, but Rock North’s Wilton Pasch (William Sohn assist) scored on a power play to make it a 2-1 game.
UM-MNH scored three straight goals to close out the period – one each from Fowler, Jones and Janora to go on top 5-1. Five unanswered goals in the second period closed out the scoring. AJ Capobianco (power play), Garrett Hoffman, Matt Hartley, Nathan Allen and Fowler each scored a single goal.
Michael Denardo recorded 13 saves in a winning effort in goal for UM-MNH. Rock North’s Rex Goldberg had 30 saves.
Council Rock North 1-0-0 1
UM-MNH 5-5-0 10
Shots: UM-MNH 40, CRN 14. Saves: Rex Goldberg (CRN) 30, Michael Denardo (UMMNH) 13.
First period: 1, Kel MacDowell UM-MNH (Michael Janora/Charles Jones) 1:07; 2, Michael Janora UM-MNH, 1:11; 3, Wilton Pasch CRN (William Sohn) 5:54; 4, Rex Fowler UM-MNH (Leo Fowler/Matt Hartley) 7:53; 5, Charles Jones UM-MNH (Kel MacDowell) 9:07; 6, Michael Janora UM-MNH, 11:39.
Second period: 7, AJ Capobianco UM-MNH (Rex Fowler) 1:15; 8, Garrett Hoffman UM-MNH (Charles Jones) 2:51; 9, Matt Hartley UM-MNH (Rex Fowler) 5:51; 10, Nathan Allen UM-MNH (Michael Janora/Garrett Hoffman) 8:58; 11, Rex Fowler UM-MNH (Ben Helsinger/Matt Hartley) 11:10.
Third period: No score
CENTRAL BUCKS WEST 3, QUAKERTOWN 3 (OT)
Quakertown’s Eric Orzehoski scored an unassisted goal with five minutes remaining in the third period, knotting the score 3-3. An overtime period could not determine a winner, and the two teams were forced to settle for a tie.
Quakertown goalie Austin Stoudt negated CB West’s 61-21 advantage in shots with a stellar 58-save performance in goal.
Quakertown’s Anthony Pagliei (Jack Diliberto assist) scored the only goal of the opening period. That 1-0 lead stood until 13:38 into the second period when Jake Lang turned a Christopher Trefz pass into a goal. Less than a minute later, Trefz scored an unassisted goal to put the Bucks on top 2-1 heading into the final period.
Orzehoski evened the score 2:35 into the third period, but Lang answered with a goal for the Bucks, using assists from Billy Loughnane and Daniel Poliak. That 3-2 lead held up until Orzehoski’s equalizer 10:45 into the third period.
West goalie Jake Coddington turned away 18 shots in a winning effort.
Central Bucks West 0-2-1-0 3
Quakertown 1-0-2-0 3
Shots: CBW 61, Quakertown 21. Saves: Jake Coddington (CBW) 18, Austin Stoudt (Q) 58.
First period: 1, Anthony Pagliei Q (Jack Diliberto) 6:43.
Second period: 2, Jake Lang CBW (Christopher Trefz) 13:38; 3, Christopher Trefz CBW, 14:33.
Third period: 4, Eric Orzehoski Q, 2:35; 5, Jake Lang CBW (Billy Loughnane/Daniel Poliak) 6:42, 6, Eric Orzehoski Q, 10:45.
OT period: No score.
PLYMOUTH WHITEMARSH 14, HARRY S TRUMAN 4
Jake Weikel scored three goals and assisted on two others. His five-point night led a balanced Colonial attack that saw 14 players contribute goals or assists. Luke Weikel also had a hat trick as well as one assist in a four-point outing.
The Colonials exploded for eight first period goals. Jake Weikel accounted for three of them while Jack Mischkin, Nicholas Maslij, Luke Weikel, Dean Keller and Thomas Corcoran each had one goal. The Tigers had four goals with Robert DiCrosta scoring a pair and assisting on another.
In the second period, the Colonials added four goals to bring an early end to the game.
Plymouth Whitemarsh 8-6-0 14
Harry S Truman 4-0-0 4
Shots: PW 30, HST 14. Saves: Kolton Galie (PW) 10, Connor Pilla (HST) 16.
First period: 1, Jack Mishkin PW, 1:16; 2, Nicholas Maslij PW (Jack Mishkin) 3:03; 3, Robert DiCrosta HST (Justin Reid) 5:10; 4, Brent McGoldrick HST (Robert DiCrosta/Justin Reid) 5:45; 5, Jake Weikel PW (Luke Weikel) 6:50; 6, Luke Weikel PW (Aidan Keogh) 8:50; 7, Dean Keller PW (Logan Westerfer/Colin Franzoni) 11:54; 8, Robert DiCrosta HST, 12:35; 9, Thomas Corcoran PW (Ryan Scott/Aidan Keogh) 13:09; 10, Jake Weikel PW (Zach Spera) 13:53; 11, Jake Weikel PW (Zach Spera) 14:01; 12, HST.
Second period: 13, Luke Weikel PW (Jake Weikel) 0:34; 14, Aidan Keogh PW (Dean Keller) 1:25; 15, Thomas Corcoran PW (Benjamin Lubas/Colin Franzoni) 9:44; 16, Dean Keller (Benjamin Lubas/Colin Franzoni) 9:44; 17, Zach Spera PW (Logan Westerfer) 12:32; 18, Luke Weikel PW (Jake Weikel) 14:24.
Wednesday, Jan. 15
CENTRAL BUCKS SOUTH 6, COUNCIL ROCK SOUTH 3
(Click on the following link for a box score and Ben Reese’s story recapping all the action: https://www.suburbanonesports.com/article/content/sol-shshl-ice-hockey-wrap-1-15-20-0089295)
SOUDERTON 3, WILLIAM TENNENT 2 (OT)
Braydon Clemens brought a dramatic end to the contest, turning a Carter Povazon pass into the game-winner 2:57 into overtime. While Clemens scored all three of Souderton’s goals, he was not the only player to come up big for the Indians. Jonathan Pritchard turned away 30 of 32 shots in a glittering performance in goal.
After a scoreless opening period, Clemens put the Indians on the board 3:23 into the second, using assists from Timothy Alexander and Jaden Garrick. Seven minutes later, the Panthers knotted the score on a Justin Carrelli goal (Zach Devor/Stephen Skiba assists).
Carrelli broke the 2-2 tie 14:12 into the third period, but 58 seconds later, Clemens found the net on a shorthanded goal, setting the stage for overtime.
Souderton 0-1-1-1 3
William Tennent 0-1-1-0 2
Shots: Souderton 23, WT 32. Saves: Jonathan Pritchard (S) 30, Trey Smith (WT) 20.
First period: No score
Second period: 1, Braydon Clemens S (Timothy Alexander/Jaden Garrick) 3:23; 2, Justin Carrelli WT (Zach DEvor/Stephen Skiba) 10:39.
Third period: 3, Justin Carrelli WT, 14:12; 4, Braydon Clemens S, 15;10.
OT period: 5, Braydon Clemens S (Carter Povazon) 2:57.
WISSAHICKON 3, HATBORO-HORSHAM 1
In a game highlighted by defense on both sides, it was the Trojans taking a 1-0 lead into the third period where they added a pair of goals to earn the win.
Nicholas Hussa found the net on a power play 14:19 into the opening period, using assists from Bryan Garry and Daniel Glazer. That lead stood until Garry’s power play goal (Alex Carrozza assist) 3:41 into the third period. AJ Pounds scored a shorthanded goal 5:16 into the period, and the Trojans led 3-0 before the Hatters got on the board when Ben Lerner scored on the power play just over a minute later with an assist from Seth Lerner.
Chris Shea earned the win in goal for the Trojans, turning away 17 of 18 shots he faced. Mason Rash kept the Hatters in it, turning away 16 of the 17 shots through the first two periods. He finished with 28 saves.
Hatboro-Horsham 0-0-1 1
Wissahickon 1-0-2 3
Shots: HH 18, Wissahickon 31. Saves: Mason Rash (HH) 28, Chris Shea (W) 17.
First period: 1, Nicholas Hussa W (Bryan Garry/Daniel Glazer) 14:19.
Second period: No score
Third period: 2, Bryan Garry W (Alex Carrozza) 3:41; 3, AJ Pounds W, 5:16; 4, Ben Lerner HH (Seth Lerner) 6:10.
NESHAMINY 10, QUAKERTOWN 3
Nolan Geria (five goals), Joseph Hornung (two goals, two assists) and Thomas Gallagher (two goals, two assists) accounted for nine of the Redskins’ 10 goals in Wednesday’s decisive win.
Hornung turned a Joey DeMatteo pass into a goal 3:24 into the game, and the Redskins were off and running. It marked the beginning of a three-minute span that also included a pair of Geria goals as well as a goal by Gallagher, giving the Redskins a 4-0 lead 6:30 into the contest.
Eric Orzehoski put the Panthers on the board, but Geria answered with back-to-back goals before Quakertown’s Anthony Pagliei (Orzehoski assist) found the net to make it a 6-2 game heading into the second period.
Ryan McColgan’s shorthanded goal as well as Hornung’s second goal put the Redskins on top 8-2 before Pagliei connected on a power play goal.
Gallagher and Geria each added a goal in the third period for the 10-3 final.
Neshaminy goalie Andy Nau (10 saves) earned the win. Austin Stoudt (36 saves) and Jack Wallover combined for 48 saves in goal for the Panthers.
Neshaminy 6-2-2 10
Quakertown 2-1-0 3
Shots: Neshaminy 58, Quakertown 13. Saves: Andy Nau (N) 10, Austin Stoudt (Q) 36, Jacob Wallower (Q) 12.
First period: 1, Joseph Hornung N (Joey DeMatteo) 3:24; 2, Nolan Geria N (Matt Buchinski) 4:50; 3, Thomas Gallagher N (Charles Potash) 5:28; 4, Nolan Geria N (Matt Buchinski) 6:30; 5, Eric Orzehoski Q, 6:47; 6, Nolan Geria N (Michael Knipple/Joseph Hornung) 9:00; 7, Nolan Geria N (Thomas Gallagher/Michael Knipple) 9:10; 8, Anthony Pagliei Q (Eric Orzehoski) 9:30.
Second period: 9, Ryan McColgan N (Charles Potash) 12:42; 10, Joseph Hornung N (Thomas Gallagher) 13:08; 11, Anthony Pagliei Q (Eric Orzehoski) 15:58.
Third period: 12, Thomas Gallagher N (Joseph Hornung/Charles Potash) 7:23; 13, Nolan Geria N, 10:56.