Northern Alberta Xtreme U18 (2) at Delta Hockey Academy U18 (5) Female Prep
Jordan Baxter (3G,1A) recorded a hat-trick and added an assist, Vanessa Schaefer (4A) had four assists, and Jaylyn Morris (1G,1A) had a multipoint contribution to help propel Delta Hockey Academy to a win over NAX on Saturday. Hailey MacLeod (3-1-0) has won her last three starts between the pipes for Delta, making 15 saves for the victory.
Shawnigan Lake School U18 (5 OT) at Okanagan Hockey Academy U18 (4) Female Prep
With the game tied 2-2 in the third period, Julia Drake put Okanagan Hockey Academy ahead, scoring two power-play goals back-to-back. However, Abby Whitworth (3G,2A) responded late in the game for Shawnigan Lake School, cutting into the lead at 17:38 with her second goal of the game. She completed the hat-trick by scoring the tying goal with 0:45 seconds remaining to force overtime. It would take just 0:16 seconds into OT to decide a winner, as Allison Moore found the back of the net to complete the comeback for Shawnigan Lake School.
RINK Kelowna U18 (4) at Edge School U18 (1) Female Prep
RINK Kelowna outshot Edge School 56-20 in the game, improving to (8-1-1-0) on the season. Four different players scored for RINK Kelowna, including Brooke Disher (1G,1A) who opened the scoring in the first period and Alicia McDonald who scored the eventual game-winning goal 0:56 seconds into the second period. Margaux Favre (4-1-0) earned her fourth win of the season, turning aside 19 of 20 shots.
Prairie Hockey Academy (4) at RINK Winnipeg (5) U16 Prep
Prairie Hockey Academy battled back from a 4-1 deficit to tie the game in the third period, when Bryson Aikens (2G,2A) scored his eighth of the season. RINK Winnipeg would retake the lead just minutes later, however, as Ethan Cull scored on the power-play making it 5-4. Spencer Hunnam shut the door the rest of the way, making 26 saves for his second win in his last two starts.
South Alberta Hockey Academy U18 (5) at St. Mary’s U18 (1) Female Prep
Norah Andronyk (2G) got the scoring started just 0:44 seconds into the game for South Alberta Hockey Academy, Téa Pearce (1G,3A) scored the game winning goal and added three assists and Alyssa McCasey (4A) had a four-point game. Goaltender, Devyn Amundson has wins in back-to-back starts for SAHA following a 15 save performance.
Delta Hockey Academy U17 (4) at Okanagan Hockey Academy U17 (5 OT) Female Prep
Delta Hockey Academy took a 4-1 lead into the third period, helped by Audrey Church (2G,1A), who scored twice and added an assist in the second period. Okanagan Hockey Academy responded in the third period, however, with three unanswered goals from Kennedy Sisson, Alexandra (Lexi) Soon and Danica Maynard (1G,1A) to tie the game. Extra time was required, but it didn’t take long to determine a winner, as Sarah Kjemhus scored the deciding goal 0:58 seconds into overtime to win the game.
Prairie Hockey Academy (5 S/O) at RINK Winnipeg (4) U18 Prep
Both teams traded chances throughout the game as Memfis Burgeson (3G) registered a hat-trick for Prairie Hockey Academy and London Hoilett had two goals for RINK Winnipeg. Josh Mettimano scored late in the third period (15:43) to tie the game for RHA Winnipeg and send it to overtime, but the extra frame solved nothing. On the seventh attempt for Prairie Hockey Academy, Jamieson Franz scored the shootout winner, to seal it.
Delta Hockey Academy (0) at Okanagan Hockey Academy (7) U16 Prep
It was a commanding victory for Okanagan Hockey Academy as seven different skaters scored goals in the game, including Stein Dostal, who notched his ninth of the season. Ethan Hamilton (4A) had a four point night and has 12 assists in his last thirteen games. Landon Garbitt was busy between the pipes for Okanagan Hockey Academy, making 34 saves for his first shutout and first win of the season.
Yale Hockey Academy at St. George’s School U15 (POSTPONED)
Prairie Hockey Academy (3) at Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (4) U15 Prep
Jackson Folliott (1G,1A) got the scoring started with 1:37 left in the first to give Prairie a 1-0 lead. Adam Kelly (1G,1A) would respond for PMHA to tie things at one, before Kanyan Unger (1G,1A) would regain the PHA lead. The lead was short lived as Liam Tattuinee scored less than two minutes later to even the score. Gage Sutherland would score 1:29 into the third to give PMHA their first lead of the game and Beau Murray (1G,1A) would extend the lead to two minutes later. Blaise Jorgensen would score late in the period to bring PHA within one but Keane Reid (39/42) would shut the door the rest of the way.
Northern Alberta Xtreme (4) at OHA Edmonton (5/SO) U15
A back and forth game would eventually end with OHA Edmonton winning in a shootout and handing NAX their second loss of the season. Wyatt Mason would score his first of the year to give NAX an early advantage but Callum Campbell and Logan Cameron would respond for OHA Edmonton to give them a 2-1 lead heading into the first intermission. Carter Hillaby (1G,1A) would tie the game early in the second before Peter Williams would once again give OHA Edmonton a lead. Jordan Duguay (1G,1A) would score his tenth of the year late in the second to even things heading into the third. In the third both teams would trade goals with Dalin Hannah scoring for NAX and Charles Dargis scoring for OHA Edmonton. Overtime solved nothing before Jake MacDonald eventually scored the shootout winner for OHA Edmonton. Nathan Salisbury made 27 saves to earn the win.
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy U18 (4) at RINK Winnipeg U18 (3) Female Prep
It was a wild opening period as each team would score 3 times in a 15 minute span, with RHA Winnipeg responding every time PMHA took a lead. Hailey Hojnocki scored twice and (2G) Morgan Settee (2G) once in the first for PMHA. Kate Nechwediuk, Teila Saarinen and Keara Parker each scored for RHA Winnipeg in the first. Settee would add the eventual game winner 4:23 into the first period to give Pilot Mound the win. Nicole Johnston made 29 saves in the win.
RINK Kelowna (4) at Shawnigan Lake School (10) U17 Prep
Backed by a seven goal second period, Shawnigan Lake defeated RHA Kelowna 10-4. Stefano Ruggieri and Cadence Stanley each scored twice and added two assists to lead Shawnigan in scoring. Bryce Minten (1G,2A) and Wyatt Taron (3A) each finished with three points in the win while Onni Haemaelaeinen made 31 saves. Cortt Callison (1G,1A), Reegan Kominko, Radon Parkes and Luke Scheck scored for RHA Kelowna in the loss.
Yale Hockey Academy (5) at St. George’s School (6) U17 Prep
It was a high scoring affair as six goals were scored in the first period, including three in a row by Yale to open the game. Chase Valliant (3G) scored 1:42 into the first as Yale jumped out to an early lead. St. George’s would score 2 goals in a 1:05 span near the end of the period to bring them within 1, but Valliant would score again with 10 seconds left to extend the lead back to 2. Valliant would score again early in the second before St. George’s would score three times in the last 33 minutes to tie the game and force OT. James Kilfoil would score the eventual winner in round five of the shootout.
West Van Academy (2) at BWC Academy (8) U15
BWC Academy would score eight straight goals, including six in the first period, as they defeated West Van 8-2. Logan Barnes and Suhaan Nagra would score third period goals for West Van, but it was all BWC Academy in a game that saw them outshoot West Van 61-23. Jake Banicevic scored twice and Gianni Bosa added a hattrick to lead the BWC Academy scoring. Matthew Recchia tallied three assists and Jonathan Lee and Jaiven Mann each had a goal and two assists.
Notre Dame (2) at Northern Alberta Xtreme (6) U16 Prep
NAX would score three goals in the second and three in the third as they would beat Notre Dame 6-2. Reis Nyland (2G,1A) led the way offensively for NAX while Spencer Michnik made 19 saves in the win. Owen Berge (1G,1A), Jason Huang (1G,1A), Kayden Longley (1G,1A) and Brock Souch (2A) would all record multi point games for NAX. Caleb Kornelsen and Danila Shiriaev would score for Notre Dame while Finn Carlstedt recorded two assists.
Delta Hockey Academy Black (4) at West Van Academy (2) U15 Prep
In a 4-2 win Delta did all of their damage in the second period as Grayson Salmon (2G), Min suk Hou and Caden Cail all scored. West Van grabbed the initial lead 8:13 in thanks to a goal from Matteo Paradiso before Delta scored three straight. Cameron Collins would halt the Delta streak, but Call’s first of the year increased the lead. Shay McVicker made 23 saves in the win.
St. George’s School (6) at Shawnigan Lake School (3) U18 Prep
St. George’s would go 3-8 on the power play and outshoot Shawnigan 45-36 in a 6-3 Saturday night win. Defenseman Daniel Rosenfeld recorded a hattrick and Pavi Bandesha scored two goals in the win. Jaiden Sharma made 33 saves on 36 shots to earn the win for St. George’s. Dylan Compton, Cole Patterson and Ben Wright scored for Shawnigan in the loss.
Delta Hockey Academy (4) at West Van Academy (1) U18 Prep
West Van outshot Delta 51-29 but fell 4-1 as Colin Reay stood on his head making 50 saves for Delta in the win. Bailey Ewonus (3G) opened the scoring for Delta with 1:42 left in the first. Yashas Jain would respond for West Van just 36 seconds into the second period before Reay shut the door the rest of the way. Michael McIntyre would score on the power play for Delta to give them the lead, and Ewonus would close out the game and secure the hattrick with goals 14:00 minutes into the second and 7:06 into the third.