WEEK 3 GAME RECAPS & MVP'S

GAME 1
Stealth - 9
Roughnecks - 5

An early shot and score by Manny Fernandes brought the stealth to a early 1-0 lead, which was held until 10:35 in the first period when Ethan Hulvey tied things up for the Roughnecks. Stealths' Jaden Jablonski brought the half to a close bringing the score to 2-1. The Stealth started the 2nd half out fast with a dunk by Wesley Tighe and a snipe by Mac Hurst extending their lead to 4-1, Ethan Glessner then responded for the Roughnecks bringing the score to 4-2.The scoring picked up as the game intensified with the score being 7-3 stealth with 5 minutes left in play, Brent Barlow scored for the stealth with a ripper to end the game 9-5
MVP's: Mac Hurst & Ethan Glessner

Game 2
CBLL Green Terror - 7
Cavalier LC - 8 OT

Jack Heagy for the Green Terror started things out with a beautiful inside finish which led to an early 5 goal lead, which ended the half at 5-0 Green Terror. Brady Carmical started a comeback for the Cavaliers which was followed by Tyler Yoder bringing the score to 5-2 Green Terror. Teegan Louise for the Green Terror extended the lead to 6-2, before Brady Carmical answered for the Cavaliers bringing the score to 6-3, Ty Alexander then scored a fast-break with 3 minutes left closing the gap to 6-4.  A low time back and forth brought the score to 7-6 Green terror with Brady Carmical tying the game 7-7.  Brady Carmical capped off the incredible comeback with a shootout goal bringing the score to 8-7 in a shootout!!
MVP's: Cavaliers:Brady Carmical & Michael lowen

Game 3
Centerville - 5
Cadets 2022 - 19

The Cadets started the game out with fast 4-0 lead, Ryan Timmins answered for Centerville bringing the game to 4-1, Centerville followed up with another shot off a fast break bringing the score to 4-2. Richard Checko responded for the cadets bringing the score to 5-2, followed by two shots by the cadets with low time on the half, extending the lead to 7-2.  Luke Rhoa continued the streak to 8-2, and the Cadets added 2 more ending the half up10-2. Luke Katzen started the second half off strong for Centerville with two quick scores tightening up the gap at 10-4, however The Cadets responded with streak of 9, Centerville picked it up at the end of game to finish 19-5 Cadets.
MVP's: Luke Katzen & EJ Umphries

Game 4:
Saxons - 5
South Lakes - 6 (OT)

The second game of the high school elite division was a back-and-forth affair until Mike Luebke scored for the Saxons at the 11 minute mark. The defensive affair continued throughout the first half with Bennie Tignor scoring South Lakes second goal in the waning seconds and Clay Davis giving the Saxons a 3-2 lead into halftime. Anthony Swanner evened the score for South Lakes 4 minutes into the second half and then tied the game with 30 seconds to go. In the fourth round of the shootout, Evan Luczko scored to give South Lakes the win!
MVP's: Mike Luebke & Evan Luczko

Game 5:
Wings - 16
Evergreen - 6

Niko Kesari and Evergreen came out firing on all cylinders to start the game and quickly had a 2-0 lead. Brock Shaffner got the Wings on the board, cutting the lead 2-1, then scored one minute later on a power play to tie things up 2-2. The Wings took a 4-2 lead into the half behind the tough play of Jake Pratt and Noah Cordle. AJ Voci scored off the opening 2nd half face-off to bring Evergreen within one, beginning a back-and-forth second half, until the Wings began to pull away behinds multiple goals by Jake Pratt, Patrick Ferguson, and Wyatt Marvil. Wings coasted to a 16-6 win.
MVP's: Brock Shaffner & Ethan Lakis

Game 6
Cavaliers - 7
Prince William Warriors - 10

Prince William’s Jack Colosky started the game off on an early fast break, but this was answered by the Cavaliers bringing the game to a tie at 1-1.The back and forth affair continued to 2-2, but towards the end of the first half the warriors pulled away quick two goals bringing the score to 4-2. Zachary Kloman and the Cavaliers brought it back to a 4-4 tie with two minutes left in the first half,  and great defense from both sides kept the game tied going into the second half. Two fast goals from the warriors by Michael Klares and Kristofer Huber brought the game to 6-4 Warriors, and another two from the Warriors brought the game to 8-4, After a long period of back and forth with no scoring, the cavaliers brought the score to 8-5 with 6 minutes left in play, A high scoring end of game finished the game at 10-7 Warriors
MVP's: Jack Colosky & Zachary Kloman

Game 7
Beach Dawgs - 14
Swarm - 4

The Beach Dawgs started the game out strong and never let up, taking a 10-0 lead into the half. An undermanned Swarm team fought hard throughout, totaling 10 minutes in penalties. However, the Beach Dawgs extended their lead into the second half with goals by CJ Berzins. The Swarm’s Andrew Atkins scored twice with low time, but the dogs coasted to a 14-4 win.
MVP's: Jayden Hardnett & Andrew Atkins

Game 8
Team 6 - 16
Cavs Orange - 8

Team 6’s Henry Fleckner started things out as Team 6 was firing on all cylinders with goals in the first minute of play. The Cavs returned with 3 goals making the game 3-2 Cavaliers. After a few minutes of no shots, Team 6 broke the silence with a streak of goals ending the half 5-3 Team 6. Jack Fleckner started the second half for team 6 bringing the score to 6-3. Back and forth scoring brought the score to 12-6, Team 6. Team 6 extended the lead with a streak of goals bringing the final score to 16-8.
MVP's: Henry Fleckner & Joey Colligan

Game 9
Cavs Blue - 10
Evergreen  -2

Chase Paschuck from Cavs Blue scored off a fast break putting the Cavs up 1-0, The Cavs followed this up with a goal with 12 minutes left in the half, putting the lead to 2-0. The Cavs ended the half on a 5-0 run. Matthew Han started the second half with a two additional goals, bringing the score to 7-0. Logan Yost returned for Evergreen making the score 8-1, but the margin held for the Cavs as they took the 10-2 win.
MVP's: Matt Hann & Will Long

Game 10
Dulles Storm South - 10
Rock - 4

Dulles started the game out with a 2-0 lead. The Rock closed the gap with a goal off a fast break closing the gap to 2-1. With low time in the first half, Corey Peterson extended Dulles’ lead to 4-1 ending the first half. Dulles began the second half hard three goals bringing the score to 7-2 with Bryce Gunn putting in the final rip,  as Dulles coasted to a 10-4 win
MVP's: Bryce Gunn & Dylan Frost