SOL SHSHL Ice Hockey Wrap (1-26-20)

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

Friday, Jan. 24


Phil McIntyre scored four goals and assisted on three others for seven points to lead a balanced Patriot attack that saw nine players contribute to the scoring. Sean Gorman added two goals and two assists in a four-point outing.

The Patriots scored all the goals they would need in the opening period. Max Ermigiotti (Gorman assist) scored 2:13 into the game, igniting a three-goal tear in three minutes that included goals by Aiden Schmidt (McIntyre assist) and Bogden Borodenko (McIntyre/Ian Treger). Gorman’s goal nine minutes into the period with assists from Ryan Kirkwood and Matt Cipriano spotted the Patriots a 4-0 lead.

The two teams combined for seven goals in the second period. McIntyre, Gorman and Treger scored back-to-back-to-back goals to put the Patriots on top 7-0 four minutes into the period before the Indians got on the scoreboard. Vlad Litvinov and Wilton Pasch (Zachary Weissman assist) found the net for the Indians to make it a 7-2 game, but McIntyre answered with a pair to send the Patriots into the final period with a 9-2 advantage.

In the third period, Schmidt, McIntyre and JD Gotschal each scored for East while Litvinov scored his second goal of the game for the Indians.

Rock North’s Rex Goldberg turned in a 50-save effort in goal.

Council Rock North   0-2-1   3

Central Bucks East    4-5-3   12

Shots: CRN 10, CBE 62. Saves: Rex Goldberg (CRN) 50, Chris McIntyre (CBE) 7.

First period: 1, Max Ermigiotti CBE (Sean Gorman) 2:13; 2, Aiden Schmidt CBE (Phil McIntyre) 3:05; 3, Bogden Borodenko CBE (Phil McIntyre/Ian Treger) 5:54; 4, Sean Gorman CBE (Ryan Kirkwood/Matt Cipriano) 9:00.

Second period: 5, Phil McIntyre CBE (Bogden Borodenko) 0:17; 6, Sean Gorman CBE, 2:17; 7, Ian Treger CBE (Aiden Schmidt) 3:41; 8, Vlad Litvinov CRN, 5:40; 9, Wilton Pasch CRN (Zachary Weissman) 8:47; 10, Phil McIntyre CBE (Sean Gorman) 12:40; 11, Phil McIntyre CBE, 14:31.

Third Period: 12, Aiden Schmidt CBE (Phil McIntyre) 1:58; 13, Vlad Litvinov CRN, 5:06: 14, Phil McIntyre CBE, 8:38; 15, JD Gotschal CBE, 15:09.



Thursday, Jan. 23


The Knights opened up a 4-0 lead after two periods on their way to the win over the Bucks.

Ryan Cunningham’s power play goal 4:53 into the opening period spotted the Knights a 1-0 lead that held until teammate Zachery Cline found the net (Jeromy Porubski assist) five minutes into the second period. Six minutes later, Tyler Greenstein scored with assists from Tony Tuozzo and Ryan Cunningham. Quinn Holt’s unassisted goal in the final minute of the period put the Knights on top 4-0.

CB West’s Jake Lang broke up the Knights’ shutout bid with a goal 12:11 into the final period. Christopher Trefz and Billy Loughnane assisted. Joshua Kaufhold (Tuozzo assist) closed out the scoring with a goal just over a minute later for the 5-1 final.

Nick Ebbinghaus turned away 24 of 25 shots he faced to earn the win in goal for the Knights. Jake Coddington recorded 27 saves for the Bucks.

North Penn    1-3-1   5

Central Bucks West   0-0-1   1

Shots: NP 32, CBW 25. Saves: Nick Ebbinghaus (NP) 24, Jake Coddington (CBW) 27.

First period: 1, Ryan Cunningham NP, 4:53.

Second period: 2, Zachery Cline NP (Jeromy Porubski) 5:01; 3, Tyler Greenstein NP (Tony Tuozzo/Ryan Cunningham) 11:04; 4, Quinn Holt NP, 15:13.

Third period: 5, Jake Lang CBW (Christopher Trefz/Billy Loughnane) 12:11; 6, Joshua Kaufhold NP (Tony Tuozzo) 13:44.



The Titans erupted for six goals in the first period and four more in the second to bring an early end to Thursday’s contest. Daniel Kvecher’s five-point game (one goal, four assists) led a balanced Titan attack.

Stephen McMillan scored 3:53 into the opening period with a goal that turned out to be the game-winner. Kvecher and Nathan Fievitz assisted. Matt Milanesi (Dominic Patrone/Aydin Thierolf assists), Fran Cutter, Ryan Gingras (Colin Abbonizio/Kvecher assists), Abbonizio and Aidan Gaffney (Max Levitz/Fran Cutter assists) each added single goals to put the Titans on top 6-0.

McMillan opened the second period with back-to-back goals – the first with assists from Brian Keilman and Kvecher and the second with assists from Kvecher and Abbonizio. Kvecher (Gingras/McMillan assists) and Levitz (Connor Gaffney assist) added single goals to close out the scoring.

Mason Moyer turned away all seven shots he faced in the shutout in goal for the Titans. Ben Panella (33 saves) and Sam Nemec combined for 39 saves for the Ghosts.

Abington                    0-0-0   0

Central Bucks South 6-4-0   10

Shots: Abington 7, CBS 49. Saves: Ben Panella (A) 33, Sam Nemec (A) 6, Mason Moyer (CBS) 7.

First Period: 1, Stephen McMillan CBS (Daniel Kvecher/Nathan Fievitz) 3:53; 2, Matt Milanesi CBS (Dominic Patrone/Aydin Thierolf) 5:04; 3, Fran Cutter CBS, 6:13; 4, Ryan Gingras CBS (Colin Abbonizio/Daniel Kvecher) 7:13; 5, Colin Abbonizio CBS, 8:00; 6, Aidan Gaffney CBS (Max Levitz/Fran Cutter) 14:40.

Second period: 7, Stephen McMmillan CBS (Brian Keilman/Daniel Kvecher) 0:18; 8, Stephen McMillan CBS (Daniel Kvecher/Colin Abbonizio) 3:51; 9, Daniel Kvecher CBS (Ryan Gingras/Stephen McMillan) 8:15; 10, Max Levitz CBS (Connor Gaffney) 10:18.



Chris Allen turned a Kel MacDowell pass into a goal with 29 seconds remaining in regulation, breaking an 8-8 tie and propelling Upper Moreland-Moreland New Hope to the dramatic non-league win.

Rex Fowler scored two goals and assisted on three others for five points to lead UM-MNH.

Michael Janora put UM-MNH on the scoreboard 2:48 into the game, and by the time the first period was over, Nathan Allen (Fowler assist), Noah Goodson, and Chris Allen (Fowler assist) had each added a goal to give UM-MNH a 4-0 lead.

That lead grew to 5-0 when Janora (Nathan Allen assist) scored a shorthanded goal 19 seconds into the second period. Tennent’s Gavin Loughlin scored on a power play to ignite a 3-0 Tennent run that also included goals by Nate Silberman (Walt Wolaniuk assist) and Stephen Skiba (Bryan Mesaros assist). Fowler and Nathan Allen connected for UM-MNH before Matthew Castan scored a power play goal for the Panthers to make it a 7-4 game after two periods.

Justin Carrelli scored back-to-back goals to open the third period – the first on a power play with a Skiba assist and the second with assists by Castan and David Gray. Fowler’s shorthanded goal with a Janora assist gave UM-MNH an 8-6 lead, but Carrelli and Castan erased that with power play goals, setting the stage for Allen’s late game-winner.

UM-MNH goalie Michael Denardo recorded 35 saves in a winning effort.

Upper Moreland-MNH         4-3-2   9

William Tennent                   0-4-4   8

Shots: UM-MNH 33, WT 43. Saves: Michael Denardo (UM-MNH) 35, Trey Smith (WT) 24.

First period: 1, Michael Janora UM-MNH, 2:48; 2, Nathan Allen UM-MNH (Rex Fowler) 6:42; 3, Noah Goodson UM-MNH, 7:50; 4, Chris Allen UM-MNH (Rex Fowler) 15:13.

Second period: 5, Michael Janora UM-MNH (Nathan Allen) 0:19; 6, Gavin Loughlin WT, 1:19; 7, Nate Silberman WT (Walt Wolaniuk) 1:53; 8, Stephen Skiba WT (Walt Wolaniuk) 3:42; 9, Rex Fowler UM-MNH, 7:03; 10, Nathan Allen UM-MNH (Rex Fowler) 9:12; 11, Matthew Castan WT, 12:09.

Third period: 12, Justin Carrelli WT (Stephen Skiba) 1:03; 13, Justin Carrelli WT (Matthew Castan/David Gray) 3:38; 14, Rex Fowler UM-MNH (Michael Janora) 6:57; 15, Justin Carrelli WT (David Gray) 8:37; 16, Matthew Castan WT (Zach Devor) 15:05; 17, Chris Allen UM-MNH (Kel MacDowell) 15:31.


Wednesday, Jan. 22


The Golden Hawks needed some late-game heroics to eke out a come-from-behind win over the Falcons, who took a 4-3 lead into the final period. With just over three minutes remaining in regulation, Michael Roby Jr found the net on a power play goal to knot the score. Then it was Antil Autere – also on a power play – turning assists from Roby and Kenny Duffield into the game-winner in a classic battle..

The two teams exchanged goals in the opening period. Autere (Roby/Duffield assists) scored 10 minutes into the game to spot the Golden Hawks a 1-0 lead. With eight seconds remaining in the period, Jake Machlovitz) knotted the score with a goal assisted by Beau Brusius-Yedman.

Douglas Lopez scored on a power play with assists from Roby and David Mueller, giving the Golden Hawks a 2-1 lead early in the second period. The Falcons answered with a 3-0 run to go on top 4-2. Included in that run were goals by Brendan Macainsh (Jasper Millman/Brusius-Yedman assists), Connor Coyne (Ben Dous/Shane Siegmund assists) and Brusius-Yedman (Macainsh/Justin Marlin assists).  Roby – whose five-point game led the Hawks - trimmed the Falcons’ lead to one with a power play goal in the closing minutes of the period, using an assist from Duffield. The stage was set for the dramatic finish.

Rock South goalie Carson Lopez was credited with 21 saves in a winning effort. Pennsbury’s Topher Seiler stopped 28 shots in goal.

Pennsbury     1-3-0   4

Council Rock South   1-2-2   5

Shots: Pennsbury 25, CRS 33. Saves: Topher Seiler (P) 28, Carson Lopez (CRS) 21.

First period: 1, Anti Autere CRS (Michael Roby Jr/Kenny Duffield) 10:08, 2, Jake Machlovitz P (Beau Brosius-Yedman) 15:52.

Second period: 3, Douglas Lopez CRS (Michael Roby Jr/David Mueller) 2:04; 4, Brendan Macainsh P (Jasper Milman/Beau Brusius-Yedman) 3:58; 5, Connor Coyne P (Ben Dous/Shane Siegmund) 4:29; 6, Beau Brusius-Yedman P (Brendan Macainsh/Justin Marlin) 10:43; 7, Michael Roby Jr (Kenny Duffield) 14:42.

Third period: 8, Michael Roby Jr, 12:46; 9, Antil Autere CRS (Michael Roby Jr/Kenny Duffield) 14:01.



Aeryk Lehrhaupt scored five goals to lead the Rams’ attack, and goalie Ryan Pico turned away all 20 shots he faced to notch the shutout.

Lehrhaupt scored an empty net goal 1:11 into the contest, using a Richie Shanks assist. That goal would turn out to be the game-winner, but the Rams were just getting started. Back-to-back power play goals by Blake Stewart (Jeff Manto assist) and Lehrhaupt (Ryan Schuler assist) put the Rams on top 3-0, and when Stewart scored an unassisted goal in the closing minute of the period, the Rams had a commanding 4-0 lead.

It was more of the same in the second period. Stewart (Schuler/Andrew David assists) got the ball rolling with a goal 4:35 into the period. The Rams scored four goals in the final three minutes of the period. Lehrhaupt scored a pair – the first with a Jack Lowery assist and the second with an assist from Conrad Frisch. Adding one goal each were David (Cooper White/Richie Shanks assists) and Dane Fitchett (shorthanded).

Lehrhaupt brought an early end to the game when he scored his team’s 10th goal 6:38 into the third period.

The Rams held a 47-21 advantage in shots. Quakertown goalie Austin Stoudt was credited with 37 saves.

Quakertown   0-0-0   0

Pennridge      4-5-1   10

Shots: Quakertown 21, Pennridge 47. Saves: Austin Stoudt (Q) 37, Ryan Pico (P) 20.

First period: 1, Aeryk Lehrhaupt P (Richie Shanks) 1:11; 2, Blake Stewart P (Jeff Manto) 10:02; 3, Aeryk Lehrhaupt P (Ryan Schuler) 13:51; 4, Blake Stewart P, 15:35.

Second period: 5, Blake Stewart P (Ryan Schuler/Andrew David) 4:35; 6, Aeryk Lehrhaupt P (Jack Lowery) 11:57; 7, Andrew David P (Cooper White/Richie Shanks) 13:29; 8, Aeryk Lehrhaupt P (Conrad Frisch) 14:08; 9, Dane Fitchett P, 15:46.

Third period: 10, Aeryk Lehrhaupt P, 6:38.



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