WEEK 4 GAME RECAPS & MVP'S

Game 1
Green Terror: 5
Stealth: 8

In the first game of the afternoon, Caden Southworth put together an impressive hat-trick in the first half to help the Stealth go into halftime up 6-1. The Green Terror started to battle back behind Mikey Richardson’s back-to-back goals. After the Green Terror scored their third consecutive goal, the deficit was cut to two. However, the Stealth regrouped halfway through the 2nd half to eventually pull away for the 8-5 win.
MVP's: Caden Southworth & Michael Richardson

Game 2:
Roughnecks: 8 (SO)
Cavalier LC: 7

Tyler Yoder ripped a shot past the Roughnecks keeper, Jude Cook, to get the scoring started for the Cavaliers one minute into the first, but the Roughnecks quickly evened things up with a power play goal by Aidan Collins.  Brady Carmical put the Cavaliers up two goals to help take a 4-2 lead into halftime. Colton Sirois scored shorthanded to start things off in the second half, bringing the Roughnecks to within one, but Hayden Ribbentrop answered right back to reclaim the Cavaliers two goal lead. The Roughnecks and Cavaliers traded goals until Avi Ruiz broke the deadlock and put the Roughnecks up one with two minutes remaining. Tyler Yoder then answered for the Cavaliers, securing a hat-trick and locking the game up 7-7 with 1:30 remaining. The Roughnecks, behind Jude Cook’s steller net-minding, shutout the Cavs in the shootout to take the win!
MVP’s: Jude Cook & Ty Alexander

Game 3
Swarm: 9
Rock: 18

Dylan Frost took the ball off a turnover and ripped it past the Swarm goalie to put the Rock up 3-1 early in the first. Peyton Booth took charge at the face-off X and scored two goals to bring the Swarm to within two, but Dylan Frost and the Rock scored two straight to end the first half up 8-4. The Rock then put two more quick goals on the board led by Graham Lesher, and coasted  to the 18-9 win.
MVP’s: Dylan Frost & Peyton Booth

Game 4
Beach Dawgs: 13
Dulles Storm South: 4

Beach Dawgs quickly took a 4-0 after Brooks Chatlos ripped a shot past the net-minder for a shorthanded goal. The Beach Dawgs added three more to take a 7-1 lead into the half.  In a physical second half, the Beach Dawgs continued to score, even as they were shorthanded, stretching their lead to 10-3, eventually securing the 13-4 win. Bryce Gunn was impressive putting the Dulles Storm South on scoreboard multiple times in the second half.
MVP’s: Andrew Marshall & Bryce Gunn

Game 5
Team 6: 8
Cavaliers Blue: 9 (S0)

The Cavaliers scored back-to-back goals, after Chase Paschuk beat Team 6’s keeper just 2 minutes into the game. Ryan Padgett cut the lead in half for Team 6 with a beautiful transition goal off a turnover. After both teams went back-and-forth, with Team 6’s Quinn Grimes and Cavaliers’ Bryan Berryhill getting goals, we were all tied up 4-4 until Chase Paschuk ripped consecutive rocket shots past the goalie propelling the Cavaliers to a 6-4 halftime lead. Bryan Berryhill picked up where he left off extending the Cavaliers lead to four in the second half. But Team 6 battled right back behind quick consecutive goals by Sammy McAvoy and Michael Duffy, sending the teams into the second shootout of the day! Alex Buttarazzi stopped both shots he faced to give the Cavaliers a huge shootout win in a battle of the 2 top teams in the division!
MVP’s: Ryan Padgett & Alex Buttarazzi

Game 6
Cavaliers Orange: 4
Evergreen: 7

Cavalier LC and Evergreen played a physical, defensive first half, with Evergreen taking a 3-2 lead into the half. Jack Davis drew the Cavaliers even at 3-3 just a minute into the second half with a fancy inside finish. However, Logan Yost answered with a nice dodge and beat the Cavaliers goalie to give Evergreen a two goal lead halfway through the second half. Will Long stood tall in goal for Evergreen all game making a ton of key stops as Evergreen held on for the 7-4 win.
MVP’s: Jack Davis & Will Long

Game 7
Cavs: 4
South Lakes: 11

Jackson Cook and Dodson Piotrowski lead South Lakes to a 4-1 halftime lead behind face-off wins and a goal apiece. For the Cavs, Travis Reyes’s athleticism was on display as he dodged past three defenders and scored to put the Cavs on the board going into the half. Jonathan Durette scored 2 goals and had 2 assistants in the second half, along with goals by Phillip Stanisavijev and Dodson Piotrowski to help South Lakes pull away for the 11-4 win. Sutton Tallaferro dominated the faceoff X and had a goal in the second half for the Cavs.
MVP’s: Sutton Tallaferro & Jonathan Durette

Game 8
Cadets: 15
Wings: 6

The Cadets stormed out of the gate to an early 8-0 behind goals from Ryder Maddingley, Caleb Fyock, Luke Rhoa and Blake Boyd. Brock Schaffner got the Wings on the board to end the skid, trailing the Cadets 12-1 going into halftime. Schaffner scored his second goal 8 minutes into the second half to get the Wings going as the eventually cut the lead to 6, until Caleb Fyock scored one to put the Cadets up seven and end the Wings run. Gavin Kelly made things comfortable with a nasty shot to put the Cadets up eight as the Cadets cruised to a 16-6 win.
MVP’s: Caleb Fyock & Brock Schaffner

Game 9
Prince William Warriors: 11
Saxons: 2

The Warriors went up 3-0 early with goals from Chris Turner and Will Banks. After 8 scoreless minutes, with phenomenal goalie play, Kris Huber found the top corner to put Prince WIlliam up 4-0 with 7 minutes left in the 1st half. Chris Turner then scored a shorthanded goal to extend the Warriors lead to 5-0 as the first half commenced. After two quick 2nd half goals from PW, the Saxons responded with two goals of their own from Wyatt Marvil to put the game at 7-2 with 10 minutes left. Will Banks found the net twice more stretching the Warriors lead to 9-2 as PW cruised to the 11-2 win.
MVP’s: Will Banks & Mike Karicher

Game 10
Centreville: 0
Evergreen LC: 1 (Forfeit)

Centreville unfortunately was forced to forfeit at the end of the first big snow storm of the year. The boys who made it held a shortened friendly scrimmage. Our apologies go out to the boys who were able to make it out there.