Hockey Teams Have Successful Weekend

Members of the Varsity hockey team celebrate a goal on Feb 27, 2022 at the Olympic Center (Photo: Mr. Michael Aldridge)

Last weekend was eventful for each of the Huskies hockey teams, with efforts from Prep, Girls, and Varsity/High School teams. Here is a short recap of each team’s weekend. 

The Prep hockey team traveled up to Shattuck-St. Mary’s School to participate in the PHC (Prep Hockey Conference) Playoffs. In three games, the Huskies went 2-1, defeating Culver Academies 5-1, losing to Shattuck-St. Mary’s School 3-1, and beating South Kent School 3-2 in the consolation match. Defenseman Nolan Woudenberg ‘22 notched 1 goal and 5 points on the weekend to lead the team. Forwards Carson Hall ‘22, Bill Zonnon ‘24, Bryan Jones ‘22, and Billy Batten ‘23 each recorded 2 points. 

The Girls’ hockey team also had important games this weekend, traveling to Nichols School in Buffalo to compete in the NAPHA (North American Prep Hockey Association) Playoffs. The team went 3-1 on the weekend, beating A-21 Academy 3-0 and Nichols School 5-2 on Friday, losing to Shady Side Academy 4-1 on Saturday, and beating Nichols again 2-0 on Sunday. Their successful weekend earned them the opportunity to face off against Gilmour Academy next weekend to compete for champion of the NAPHA West. 

This weekend the Varsity/Highschool Teams celebrated their senior weekend with two games against the South Kent 16U team. The team’s seniors, including defenseman Liam O’Donoghue, defenseman/forward Cian Murphy, forward Chris Wandelt, forward John Dole, forward Nicholas Bennett, and goaltender Ben Norton, were celebrated on Sunday for their senior status. After a 4-0 loss on Saturday night, the team came back with a 4-3 shootout victory, with goals from Adrian Meyer ‘24, Nicholas Bennett ‘22, and Camden Abel ‘23. Bennett was also responsible for scoring the shootout winner. 


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