WEEK 6 GAME RECAPS & MVP'S

Game 1
Stealth - 9
Roughnecks - 11

Mac Hurst started the game early for the stealth with a shot off a fast break bringing the score to 1-0. The Roughnecks answered with 2 quick goals bringing the game to 2-1. The Stealths' Chris Dilorenzo started a 6 goal streak with a powerful dodge through the middle bringing the score to 7-2.  However, the Roughnecks' Ethan Glessner showed the stealth they weren't out of the game yet, leading a 5 goal run of their own ending the half tied up 7-7. 30 seconds into the second half, Stealths' Chris Rothenberger won the face-off and took it right down to the field for a goal, making it 8-7. The Roughnecks return the favor at the 14 minute mark tying the game 8-8. Back and forth scoring from both sides ended the game 11-9, Roughnecks.
MVP's: Ethan Glessner & Mac Hurst

Game 2
Green Terror - 2
Cavalier LC - 8

The Cavaliers and Green Terror battled back and forth throughout the first half, racking up more penalty minutes than goals in a very physical half, but behind goals from Tyler Yoder and Noah Han, the Cavaliers eventually took a 4-2 lead into halftime.  Picking up where he left off, Noah Han scored at the 16:20 mark of the second half to extend the Cavaliers lead and eventually carry them to an 8-2 win.
MVP's: Nate Woodward & Deep Murthy

Game 3
Cavalier Orange - 14
Cavalier Blue - 15

Chase Pashuck and Luke Romano traded early goals as the first half was back-and-forth between the Cavaliers Orange and Blue squads. Andrew Carlineo, Bryson Brown and Will Cramp kept the scoring going, and the teams were all tied up at 7-7 at the half. Will Cramp got things going for Cavalier Blue off the first face-off of the second half, followed by Brady Echols scoring off a breakaway. Brodie Carroll put Cavalier Orange up three with 9 minutes to go, but Matt Han and the Cavaliers Blue squad pulled to within 1 goal with three minutes to go and tied the game at 13-13 with two minutes go to. Brady Echols and Chase Pashuck traded goals in the final minute and Matt Han scored with 28 seconds to go, giving Cavalier Blue the 15-14 win.
MVP's: Brady Echols & Andrew North

Game 4
Beach Dawgs - 13
Evergreen LC - 2

After a defensive struggle to kickoff the game, Sean Berzins opened the game up for the Beach Dawgs off a fast break to make it 1-0. The Beach Dawgs followed it up with a furious 7 goal run, making the lead 8-0 into the half.  Wes McAfee started the second half for Evergreen making the score 8-1, but Jayden Hardnett returned for the Beach Dawgs brining the score to 9-1. Quick scores with little time in the half by the Beach Dawgs & Evergreen brought the final score to 13-2.
MVP's: Gabe Berzins & Will Long

Game 5
Team 6 - 23
CBLL Rock - 3

Grant Maiden opened things up, scoring off a fast break, giving the  Rock a short lived 1-0 lead, until the following face-off when Henry Fleckner scored back-to-back, helping Team 6 take a 2-1 lead. Fleckner added his hat-trick goal halfway through the period giving Team 6 a 7-2 lead, and they would not look back from there as they took a 12-2 lead into halftime.  Michael Duffy helped Team 6 pick up where they left off in the second half and they coasted to a 23-3 win over the undermanned Rock.
MVP's: Michael Duffy & Jack Bonello

Game 6
Wings - 10
South Lakes - 5

A seemingly even match, the Wings and South Lakes exchanged early goals before settling in for a physical game. Jonathan Durette scored two goals for South Lakes, while Justin Pratt had a first half hat-trick leading the Wings to a 4-3 halftime lead. In the second half, the Wings eventually pulled way behind Pratt & Schaffner, securing a 10-5 win.
MVP's: Jacob Pratt & Filip Stanisavljev

Game 7
Wings - 11
Centreville - 9

Jacob Pratt got the scoring going for the Wings in the second game of their double header.  After building a four goal lead, Luke Katzen propelled Centreville back to within two, before Finn Jensen’s cross field assist capped a 3 -0 run and the Wings took a 8-4 lead into halftime. Josh Cruz scored back-to-back goals for Centreville closing the gap to two. Luke Katzen and Centreville pulled to within one goal, until Evan Glaze beat his defender, faked the goalie to the left and scored, helping the Wings secure the 11-9 win.
MVP's: Luke Katzen & Finn Jensen

Game 8
Prince William -13
Centreville - 9

In the second game of their double header, Centreville pushed out to a 7-2 lead halfway through the first period, taking a 8-3 lead into the half behind great efforts from Luke Katzen and Tyler Yang. However, Griffin Brock, Gabriel Quantrille and Cole Bonnell led a Prince William comeback in the second half, scoring five consecutive goals to tie the game at 8. After Prince William took the lead, Luke Katzen halted Centreville’s 12 minute scoring drought and evened the game at 9-9. However, the Warriors were too much for a tired Centreville squad on the back-end of their double header, as Griffin Brock capped off a three goal run for the Warriors and secured the victory for Prince William.
MVP's: Josh Cruz & Griffin Brock

Game 9
Evergreen - 9
Saxons - 3

Evergreen and the Saxons played the first 8 minutes of the game to a 0-0 draw, until James Gartland scored to put Evergreen on the board. Evergreen throws in 3 more to finish the half, putting them in a 4-0 halftime lead. In the second half, Mike Karicher and Taylor Devlin got the Saxons on board with back-to-back goals, however, Gartland and Evergreen proved too much down the stretch, and coasted to a 9-3 victory.
MVP's: James Gartland & Ethan Elges

Game 10
CBLL Swarm - 8
Dulles South Storm - 7

Will Swezey of the Swarm  and Dulles' Bryce Dalrymple trade open goals in the final game of the night to make it 1-1. The Swarm came out in the second half with physical play, landing them in the penalty box for the first 6 minutes of the second half. Dulles Storm took advantage, eventually taking the lead 4-3 on Mason Clavelli’s goal with 12:40 remaining in the game. Jackie Weller of the Swarm and Mason Clavelli of Dulles trade goals in the final minutes of the game until Caleb Holtz scored the game winner for the Swarm on a nifty inside finish!
MVP's: Caleb Holtz & Mason Clavelli