Stealth - 9
Green Terror - 8
Chris Rothenberger started the game for the stealth with an early goal but was answered quickly by Green Terror’s Bryce Frazier tying the game 1-1. Back and forth scoring brought the game to 3-2 coming into the half. Carson Cole tied the game early into the second half which was quickly followed up by 2 more Green Terror goals brining the score to 5-3 Green Terror. However the Stealth responded with a string of goals including an excellent fast break by Cole Stup to make it 6-5 Stealth. As the game time ticked below 2 minutes, the Stealth picked up the defensive pressure and it paid off - causing back-to-back turnovers leading to the equalizer and then, with less than 30 seconds to go, took the lead and held on for the win sending them to the championship! A great effort and season by the Green Terror squad.
MVP's: Mikey Richardson & Jaden Jablonsky
Roughnecks - 7
Cavalier LC - 5
Tyler Yoder opened the game for the Cavaliers with a quick rip past Jude Cook, but the Roughnecks responded with two quick ones, leading the game 2-1 after the first few minutes. The Cavs returned the favor, tying the game at 2-2 until the Roughnecks scored consecutive goals, taking a 4-2 lead into the half. Brady Carmical led the Cavaliers rally in the second half, scoring the go ahead goal after capitalizing on consecutive power plays. Toward the end of the second half, it was the Roughnecks turn to capitalize on the power play, eventually taking the lead with under three minutes to go. They added a late penalty shot with 2.6 seconds on the clock, securing the 7-5 win and sending them to the ship! Another strong effort and great season from the Cavalier boys!
MVP's: Jude Cook & Anderson Marsden
Evergreen - 13
South Lakes - 9
In the match of matinee high school games, Evergreen and South Lakes traded goals throughout the first half until Evergreen strung a trio of goals together to take a 7-4 lead into halftime. Evergreen picked up where they left off in the second half to hold on for a 13-9 win. James Gartland was fantastic on both ends in the Evergreen victory.
MVP's: James Gartland & Cole Damvakaris
Cadets - 17
Cavalier LC - 4
The Cadets and Cavaliers began the second high school match of the day with a physical back-and-forth game until the Cadets began to pull away, taking a 10-3 lead into halftime. The Cadets extended their lead in the second half, coasting to a 17-4 win.
MVP's: Vincent Trujillo & Jono
Cavalier LC - 16
Saxons - 9
The Cavaliers and Saxons traded early goals, with the Cavaliers taking a one goal lead into the half. In the second half, the Cavaliers talent squad started wear down the undermanned Saxons, eventually pulling away and securing a 16-9 lead.
MVP's: Jackson Leary & Baylor Hunt
Prince William Vs. Cadets 2022 - Cancelled
Rock - 1
Beach Dawgs - 0
Following an official forfeit, the Rock played an intersquad game. Rock Orange took a 6 -3 lead into the half. They picked up the scoring in the second half, extending their lead to 9 before the Rock White scored on a back-to-back breakaways at the 13 and 12 minute marks of the second half. The Rock Orange regain the upper hand, and pulled away for the 18-9 exhibition win.
MVP's: Chase Robertson & Christian Daymude
Cavalier Blue - 18
Swarm - 8
Peyton Booth opened things up for the Swarm, scoring the game’s opening goal. Andrew North answered back for Cavalier Blue as two very physical and talented teams battled each other through the first half. Cavalier Blue took advanged on the power play and built a 4 goal lead heading into halftime. The Cavs extended their lead throughout the second half, scoring 5 unanswered goals, cruising to a 18-8 win. The Cavalier Blue squad will look to end a strong season with a championship this coming Saturday!
MVP's: Alex Washington & Bryan Berryhill
Cavalier Orange - 11
Dulles Storm South - 8
Cavalier Orange and Dulles Storm South traded early goals, with the Cavaliers scoring on the power play late in the first half and the teams went into the half tied 5-5. A strong offensive performance from Jack Davis gave the Cavalier squad a early advantage in the 2nd half with 3 straight goals as they eventually pulled away to a 11-8 victory. Although their record doesn’t show it, Dulles South looked like a very solid team at the end of the season with multiple tough performances against good teams. Ryan Kehoe was very strong throughout the 7 week season!
MVP's: Jack Davis & Ryan Kehoe
Team 6 - 18
Evergreen - 2
Team 6 pushed out to an early lead and never looked back, leading 12-2 at half and winning the match with a final of 18-2. Wil Long did all he could, making countless saves on a barrage of shot attempts. Dominating all season long, Team 6 will look to finish things off with a championship matchup next week vs. Cavalier Blue!
MVP's: Troy Capstraw & Will Long