Rink Hockey Academy Kelowna Red (4) vs Delta Hockey Academy Black (3) U17 Prep
A shot off the rush from Rylan Saunders ignited the scoring for RHA Kelowna Red. Rhett Tubello (2G) would later add two consecutive goals to extend the lead to three. However, Jack Morgan would net his first of the season with a buzzer beater right before the end of the second to inject some life into Delta Black for the start of the third. Nicholas Campbell and Jordan Nguyen would both score to cut RHA Kelowna Red’s down to one late, but Kai Ebert (26/29) would hold down the fort and secure the win for RHA Kelowna Black.
RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg (4) vs OHA Edmonton (3) U15 Prep
Anthony Bedard and Max George scored just 1:08 apart for a pair of first period goals to give RHA Winnipeg the edge early on. Zachary Schwartz would respond in the second for OHA Edmonton with his sixth of the campaign, but Knox Burton would restore RHA Winnipeg’s two-goal lead later in the second with a powerplay marker. OHA Edmonton would manage to tie the game with a late second period tally and an early one in the third from Domonic Neville, but Drayden Uhrina would pot one of his own shortly after for the eventual game-winner.
BWC Academy (2) vs RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (3) U15 Prep
Aidan Lazazzera (43/46) stopped all 13-shots from RHA Kelowna in the first period, keeping BWC Academy afloat. However, he would surrender two in a 20-shot second period from RHA Kelowna. Ryan Sadovia (1G, 1A) was able to chip in on both tallies. Following another RHA Kelowna goal, Jayden Simpson (2G) would score twice to give BWC Academy a fighting chance late, including a wonderful solo effort to cut the lead down to one. Unfortunately, they ran out of time. BWC Academy has now dropped their last four games while RHA Kelowna grabs their third straight win after starting the year off 1-7-0.
Delta Hockey Academy Black (5) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (3) U15 Prep
Delta Black got the ball rolling with three unanswered goals, all of which were firsts of the seasons for Jonell Daychief (2G) and KJ Merriman (1G, 1A). However, PCHA would come back flying with three unanswered of their own, sparked by a powerplay goal from Tyson Jeske. Delta Black would remain composed and Christian Sum (1G, 1A) would bat home a cross-crease from Shane Moscatello (3A) to take back the lead and secure the victory.
Yale Hockey Academy (3) vs BWC Academy Gold (10) U17 Prep
Gus Schill may have opened the scoring 13-seconds in for Yale, but BWC Academy Gold caught aflame shortly after and Yale could not extinguish the oncoming offence. BWC Academy Gold would score five goals in only 4:24, including two from Gianni Bosa (2G, 1A), two from Kai Anderson (2G), and a sweet passing play from Jonathan Lee that was polished off by Colton Gerrior. Jaiven Mann (3G) would continue the offence later in the match, picking up a hat-trick between the second and third period. BWC Academy Gold now improves to 3-2-0 on the season after taking down one of the division’s top teams.
Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy Navy (0) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy Black (10) U17 Prep
Only four OHA Black skaters left the rink without a point on Sunday’s win. Brody McLean (2G, 3A), Ethan Dimand (2G, 2A) and Marcus Domhof (1G, 3A) combined for 13-points while Jack Hunter (16/16) stopped all 16-shots to register a win and shutout in his first start this season.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (4/OT) vs STAR Hockey Academy (3) U15
STAR had the early jump on OHA with a 3-0 headstart after the first two periods, even nabbing a shorthanded marker thanks to Daniel Makovetskiy (1G, 1A) and Ronin Brunner (1G, 1A) on a nice passing play. However, Adam Molinaro (1G, 1A) and Luke Schamehorn would score just 1:30 apart to bring the deficit down to one. With 3:54 on the clock, Zach Griffiths would be fortunate on a five-hole slider to force overtime. Then just 21-seconds in, Ben Campbell would find himself on a breakaway where he’d snipe one top corner to complete the comeback and the weekend sweep over STAR.
Delta Hockey Academy (6) vs St. George’s School (2) U18 Prep
Jackson DeGraves (1G, 1A) and Caden Cail (1G, 2A) scored early for Delta as they led 2-0. Reece Liu found the back of the net late in the first while Jussi Saarni added an early second period goal. But Delta would score four unanswered with Nickolas Kovich, Burke Newton (1G, 1A), Jack Ferguson and Damain Kravcak (1G, 1A) all finding the back of the net.
Edge School (4) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (3) U15 Prep
Joaquin Geras (1G, 1A) scored 59 seconds in and Jack Bissoon (1G, 1A) and Kade Mote scored their first goals of the season as Edge led 3-0 after 20. Blake Chorney (2G) would score 1:25 into the second while Tyrie Ehrenberg scored three minutes later to bring NAX within one. Ben Oliverio would extend the lead midway through the frame while Chorney countered for NAX. Leif Oaten (31/34) would shut the door in the third to secure a 4-3 Edge victory.
Notre Dame (1) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (9) U18 Prep
Riley Boychuk (5A) led all skates with five points while Jordan Duguay (2G, 1A), Torretto Marelli (2G, 2A), and Daxon Rudolph (2G, 2A) all scored twice as NAX beat Notre Dame 9-1. Adiyat Massen was the lone Notre Dame skater to beat Sam Saskiw (13/14).
Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (2) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy (7) U17 Prep
Owen Bambrick opened the scoring for CDA 1:20 into the game. Tyson Schamehorn (1G, 2A) responded for OHA just 3:11 later and Kadyn O’Brien (1G, 1A) and Bradley Schmidt (2G, 1A) each struck before the period ended. Ben Albers would bring CDA within one early in the second but Caleb Bedard (1G, 1A), Schmidt and Connor Vogt would put the game out of reach. Seth Fleet (1G, 1A) would round out the scoring with his eighth goal of the season in the third period.
RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (2) vs Yale Hockey Academy (4) U15
Kaius Millan and Kessler Hauser (1G, 2A) traded first period goals while Cole Hamakawa scored the lone second period goal as RHA Kelowna led 2-1 after 40. Ethan Manan would tie the game in the third, Elias Papadatos (1G, 2A) would score the go-ahead marker with 3:10 to play, and Michael Kuzik added an insurance marker with 7 seconds remaining as Yale came from behind to win 4-2.
Notre Dame (4) vs Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (5) U15 Prep
Gavin Noseworthy (2G, 2A) and Forrest Karlson (3G, 2A) each scored twice in the first period as PMHA held a commanding 4-0 lead. Ethan Fitzpatrick (2G, 1A) would get Notre Dame on the board midway through the second before scoring again early in the third. Karlson would complete the hat-trick with 4:50 remaining but Notre Dame would make a late push with William French and Will Parsons (1G, 1A) scoring in the final 1:52. Gavin Hildebrand (31/35) would hand on to secure the PMHA victory.
St. Mary’s Academy (4) vs RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg (0) Female U18 Prep
Mimi Ferreira (37/37) made 37 saves to backstop St. Mary’s to a 4-0 shutout victory over RHA Winnipeg. Maggie Nicole scored her second goal of the season in the second period to open the scoring. Addison Kartusch (1G, 1A) scored 2:09 into the third and Payton Henwood (2G) scored twice in a span of 1:13 to round out the scoring. Bailey Schwartz (34/38) was in net for the loss.