WEEK 7 GAME RECAPS & MVP'S

BALLERS DIVISION (3rd/4th)

Game 1
Cavalier Orange - 4
Madlax Bandits - 3

Zach Lesniewski kicked off the 2019-2020 CBLL season, scoring its opening goal for the Madlax Bandits. Neil Wasilausky answered back to start a Cavalier Orange run to take a 3-1 lead into the half, after Mason Smith ripped a shot past the Bandits netminder. Kai Molter put the ball over the goalies shoulder 2 minutes into the second half to pull the Bandits within a goal.  However, Connor Burton for Cavalier Orange scored midway through the second half securing the win in the first ever 3rd/4th grade CBLL game! 
MVP's: Neil Wasilausky, Cole Motley, & Kai Molter

Game 2
Madlax Stealth - 6
Cavalier Blue - 4

The second game of the afternoon proved to be a defensive slug-fest for the first 12 minutes of the game, until Davis Lesher put Madlax Stealth on the scoreboard with a shorthanded rip that beat the Cavalier Blue net-minder, then Davis earned his second of three goals 10 minutes later to give the Stealth a 2-0 lead. Connor Burton put the Cavaliers on the scoreboard late in the 1st half after beating two defenders to get to the middle of the offensive zone, but Logan Kaetzel put the Stealth back up by 2 heading into halftime. Davis Lesher earned his hat trick on his second shorthanded goal to start the second half, following off the next face with a goal by Cavalier’s Brayden Hall to cut the lead back to 2. The Stealth and Cavaliers traded goals in the closing minutes with Blake Concklin scoring for the Stealth and Griffin Roed for Cavalier Blue, but  Michael Muehr received a full-field pass and put the last goal past the net-minder as time expired, securing Madlax Stealth’s win. Two fun, competitive games to start out the first year of the BALLERS division!
MVP's: Davis Lesher & Connor Burton

FUTURE ELITE DIVISION (5th/6th)

Game 1
TRW Wolfpack - 7
Cavalier Orange - 3

Game 3 opened up with an early goal by thw Wolfpack’s Joe Magliocca. Mj Zinone and Kevin Reyes furthered the lead for the Wolfpack leaving the game 3-0 with 1:12 left in the first half. Hayden Glahe responded for Cavalier Blue with a coast to coast goal ending the half, 3-1. The Wolfpack ended the half with a four minute major penalty for boarding, giving the Cavaliers a four minute power-play. Kevin Reyes scored his second goal shorthanded before Mason Brown and Myles Mitchell put two power play goals past the Wolfpack net-minder to make things close. However, the Wolfpack’s Makana Neverosky and Joe Magliocca extended the Wolfpacks lead to 6-3 shortly there-after. With 25 seconds left, the Wolfpack’s Makana Neverosky scored his second goal finishing a strong performance for the Wolfpack.
MVP's: Makana Neversoky & Hayden Glahe

Game 2
Commonwealth - 6
Madlax Rush - 2

Brady Peterson and Trent Stewart broke the 0-0 deadlock scoring back-to-back halfway through the first period. Then Heath Holland scored on the power play to continue Commonwealth’s mid-period run. Braden Galaida and Cooper Woodring had late period goals giving the Commonwealth a 5-0 lead heading into halftime. Harry Lue scored the power play to get the Rush on the scoreboard early in the second half. Heath Holland answered immediately for Commonwealth, netting his second goal of the afternoon. Cullen Carter  added a short handed goal late in the second half, but it wasn't enough to overcome the Commonwealth’s led, as they cruised to a 6-2 win.
MVP's: Brendan Gailaida & Will Klauder

Game 3
Madlax Roughnecks - 7
Madlax Rush - 6

Cru Molter scored early for the Roughnecks and Will Kauder followed for the Rush to start off this high scoring affair.  Aidan Collins scored for the Roughnecks midway through the first half, while Lucian DeLorenzo, Will Kauder, and Cullen Carter all had goals for the Rush, giving them a 4-2 halftime lead.  Aidan Collins and Mac Hurst added goals for the Rush, but it was an offensive onslaught by the Roughnecks’ Avi Ruiz who had two goals, along with goals by Drew Stewart, Tanner Wiles, and Andrew Serafin that gave them the one goal victory!
MVP's: Tanner Wiles & Aidan Collins

Game 4
Madlax Roughnecks - 9
Madlax Mammoth - 8

Angus Watson opened things up for Mammoth with a blazing shot, giving them an early 1-0 lead. However, that was short lived as Cru Molter score back-to-back, putting the Roughnecks up midway through the first half. Chris Strycharz had two goals for Mammoth and Jack Ambrose netted one as well, knotting up a 3-3 tie at the half.  The second half was back and forth as we had three ties and four lead changes as Mammoth’s Colton Sirois scored a goal, and Manny Fernandes earned a second half hat trick. However it was Cru Molter’s four goals, Tanner Wiles two, and Aidan Collins final one to led the Roughnecks to two wins for the day.
MVP's: Cru Molter & Colton Sirois

Game 5
Cavalier Blue - 10
Oscar Mike - 6

Nate Woodward scored two goals, William Kaufman and Carter Kyle had a goal a piece as Cavalier Blue took a 4-2 lead into halftime. During the first period,  Junior Vera Puna and David Weinstein scored beautiful goals for Oscar Mike. Nate Woodward scored his hat trick goal off the opening face-off of the second half, starting a four goal run for Cavalier Blue. During the second half Cavalier run, William Kaufman had a goal and Logan Stanard scored two goals. Oscar Mike’s Junior Vera Puna scored in the second half to give him two goals for the game and Johnny Mendez scored two goals, and Tommy Tufts added a goal.  Brady Trucksess added a late goal for Cavalier Blue as they completed the 10-6 win.
MVP's: Nate Woodward & Johnny Mendez

JUNIOR ELITE DIVISION (7th/8th)

Game 1
Vienna Eskimos - 7
Cavalier Orange - 3

Physicality was on display in the first game in the Junior Elite Division. Will Rubley scored two goals and Jack Bunker added a third for the Vienna Eskimos, as they took a hard fought 3-1 lead into halftime. Roanne Smith scored for Cavaliers and goalie,  Aidan Creech had 13 saves. In the second half it was the Eskimos’s Will Rubley show, as he had four more goals giving him 6 goals on day. Cavaliers Michael Richardson and Celeb Oliver scored goals and Aidan Creech added 14 second half save.
MVP's: Will Rubley & Michael Richardson

Game 2
Oscar Mike - 8
Madlax Knighthawks - 7

In the last match of the day in the Junior Elite Division, Christopher Pirone scored early in the period, getting the Knighthawks on the board. In a physical first half, the game remained tied through the first ten minutes with goals from Oscar Mike’s Robert Abramson and Knighthawks' Noah Frost. Ethan Jung scored for Oscar Mike shortly there-after, answered quickly by Noah Frost earning two goals. Late in the half Shane Hodge and Kennedy Duda each scored giving  Oscar Mike a 5-3 halftime lead. Off the opening face-off of the second half, Robert Abramson cut across the middle of the field to score a rocket past the net-minder, increasing Oscar Mikes lead to three. However, Nathan Breszovec responded two minutes later for the Knighthawks. At the 16 minute mark, Christopher Pirone was taken down and a penalty short was award. Chris sweeped from left to right, threw a fake and buried his a penalty shot, cutting Oscar Mike’s lead to one. Nate Quattrone evened the game at the 9 minute mark and 30 seconds later Noah Frost gave the Knighthawks their first lead since the 21 minute mark of the opening period. However, Oscar Mike’s Ethan Jung blew past the Knighthawks defense tying the game with 2:30 left, then took the lead back on the power play with a goal from Mason Altman. Oscar Mike held on for one goal win!
MVP's: Nathan Breszovec & Mason Altman

Game 3
Cavalier Blue (24) - 16
Hard Lax Elite - 1

Cavalier Blue got things going with a nice coast to cost goal from Jack Davis. Benjamin Hess and Colby Lake continued the hot start potting two of their own making the game 3-0 in the early stages. Mac Colavecchio kept things going with a nice finish inside to make it 5-0. Although a strong Cavs team netted 3 more before the half ended, a much younger Hard-Lax team was playing very tough with great defensive play from Jackson Ally and Chris Rothenberger. Hard-Lax came out strong in the second half with fantastic efforts from Will Kubie and Christian Lee. Unfortunately for them, Jackson Blow turned all their efforts away with some phenomenal saves holding the shut-out. Bryson Brown added 2 more mid-way through the 2nd half to bring it to 12-0. Hard-Lax continued to battle though with fantastic play from Will Kubie and company. Jackson Ally got Hard-Lax on the board with a beautiful coast to coast goal sticking one top left on the Cavs net-minder. That was all they would get however, as this one ends with a few more Cavalier goals.
MVP's: Jack Davis & Will Kubie

Game 4
Madlax Seals (25) - 10
Dulles South Storm - 6

Strong offensive possessions matched with strong defense and goalie play on the first opening possessions. Madlax goes man-up for 4:00 and Dulles goalie, Matt Stoesser, makes some big saves during the entirety of the penalty. Dulles gets on the board first with a nice lefty goal from Carter Hutchison. Dulles scores another goal from Bryce Gunn to go up 2-0. Madlax responds quickly with a goal from Charlie Ball to make it a one goal deficit. Great pace and physicality from both teams early on in this game.  evens it up at 2 with a strong take to the front from Caden Southworth. Dulles scores a 2-1 transition goal from Tyler Yoder to make it 3-2. Dulles goes man-up with 4:30 left in the half. Crease violation turns the ball back to Madlax. Great goal short handed from Madlax’s Andrew Allen to tie it at 3. Quick release from the box as the penalty expired for a one on none goal by Charlie Ball to put Madlax up by 1. However, a well run 4 on 2 transition goal late in the half by Dulles’ Lucas Roser ties the game at 4 as we go into halftime. Great back and forth from both teams throughout the opening half. Madlax opens the half with a goal from Charlie Ball on throw pick down from Caden Southworth. Right alley dodge results in another Madlax goal from Chris DiLorenzo to make the score 6-4. Madlax goes man up, but Dulles goalie, Matt Stoesser, stands tall with some big saves that leads to a goal from Carter Hutchinson, making the score 6-5. Madlax answers with a goal from Nikko Baskot as the shot clock expires to extend the lead to 2. Dulles’ goalie, Matt Stoesser, makes some big saves yet again on another Madlax man-up. Really impressive play from this young man.  Tough take by Madlax’s Charlie Ball and finding the back of the net making it 8-5. Dulles responds quickly with a goal from Ryan Kehoe. Dulles goes man up, but Madlax scores short-handed in transition from Zakk Chesteen making it 9-6. A great outlet from Madlax goalie, Connor Pinto, hits Cole Stup in stride who finds the back of the net to cap the Seals win. 
MVP's: Charlie Ball & Tyler Yoder

Game 5
Madlax Wings (24) - 23
Hammers - 5

Anthony Pannetti gets the ball rolling for the Wings with a blazing shot 30 seconds in. A would be tying goal was turned away by Wings net-minder Gavin Vanderline, which quickly turned into a transition goal the other way by Panetti making things 2-0. Two minutes later, Alex Washington rumbled down the floor for a doorstep goal putting the Wings up 3-0. The Wings continued their hot start with a nice inside finish by Ryan Pels making it 4-0. James Timmins added one of his own shortly thereafter, followed by another Panetti goal making it 6-0. After goals by Graham Lesher, Kevin Miller & Chase Robertson made the score 9-0. Jason Falso got the Hammers on the board with a very pretty look from Preston Erwin making it 9-1. Ryan Welgos returned the favor for the Wings making it 10-1. Carson Price answered right back for the Hammers making the score 11-2 with a minute left in the half. Kevin Miller & James Timmins opened up the second half with a goals for the wings extending the lead to 13-2. Miller netted his 2nd goal of the final period with a diving effort from the low post giving the wings a 14-2 lead. After several great scoring chances for the Hammers, Panetti scored his first goal of the 2nd half making the score 15-2. Ryan Welgos tallied another for the Wings giving them a 16-2 advantage. Trey Telluci added a goal for the Hammers & Ryan Pels scored to answer for the Wings making it 18-3. Graham Lesher scored at 10:30 to extend the lead to 19-3 with 10 minutes left in the 2nd half. Jason Falso was all over the floor for the Hammers generating several transition opportunities & shots on goal. Falso was then rewarded for his efforts, tucking a pretty shot inside the far pipe to make the score 19-4. Telluci added another goal with 2:40 left, before the Wings added a few more.
MVP's: Trey Telluci & Anthony Panetti

HIGH SCHOOL ELITE

Game 1 (Forfeit)
CBLL Wildcats - 1
Chantilly - 0

Chantilly is short-handed for the night and will have to forfeit. Players from Wildcats will be playing for them. The Wildcats open with a goal from Joey Pervis to go up 1-0. Chantilly goal from Liam Waldrin ties it up at 1. Great back and forth play from both teams and strong goalie play. A slashing penalty gives Chantilly another man up opportunity and goal for Chantilly from Grant Maiden. Great take to the cage and goal by Aiden Gobiara making the score 4-1. A late penalty by Wildcats will give Chantilly a man-up opportunity to start the second half. Strong defensive play by both teams results in a low scoring first half with Chantilly leading 4-1. Short-handed goal by Wildcats’ Liam Conaway brings it to 4-2. Another Wildcats goal by Dylan Frost lessens the lead to 1 at 4-3. Scoop and finish at the crease by Chantilly’s Ben Bush makes it 5-3. A diving goal by Chantilly’s Grant Maiden extends the lead to 6-3. However, the Wildcats respond with a goal Riley Stewart making it 6-4. Chantilly responds with a goal from Aiden Goibiara dodging down the middle of the field. Joey Pervis scores again to pull wildcats to within one at 7-6 with 50 seconds left in the game, but could not add the equalizer as the Chantilly short-handed squad gets a moral victory although dropping the official game 1-0 in a forfeit.  
MVP's: Liam Waldrin & David Clements