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With a 3-1 win against Flat-Rock Airport on Dec. 10, Cabrini picked up its first victory of the season.

Goals for the Monarchs came from Dominic Czajka, Brendan Alvis and Jake Mackie. Alvis and Mackie assisted on Czajka’s goal, Corey Dooley assisted on Alvis’ goal and Sheldon Varhol assisted on Mackie’s goal.

For the Rams, the lone goal came from Dalton Mullins.

The next night Cabrini took on Ann Arbor Richard and suffered a 7-0 defeat. The game was scoreless after the first period, but the Fighting Irish struck for four goals in the second and three in the third.

Last Saturday the Monarchs took on Crestwood Unifed and were dropped 2-1. Cabrini’s goal was scored by Jason Wilk, which was the first of his high school career. Alvis earned the assist on Wilk’s goal.


In three consecutive games last week, Richard came away with a tie, a loss and a victory. The defeat was the first of the season for the Pioneers.

Last Thursday Richard hosted Royal Oak Shrine and skated to a 3-3 tie. After a scoreless first period, the Pioneers’ Tyley Rimney, assisted by Devin Dickow, put his team up 1-0 early in the second.

Shrine hit back with two goals, one with about 10 minutes left in the period and one with about four minutes remaining.

In less than a minute after the second Shrine goal, Richard grabbed a 3-2 lead with back-to-back goals from Brandon Damron and Michael Hodgson. Damron was assisted by Dickow and Rimney and Hodgson was assisted by Damron and Jon Rhind.

With about 11 minutes left in the final period Shrine was able to tie it up and after that neither team found the back of the net again.

After dropping a 4-2 decision at Allen Park Friday night, the Pioneers bounced back with a 3-0 shutout of Pontiac Notre Dame Prep the next night, on the road.

Richard scored one goal in each period, which was kicked by Hodgson, who lit the lamp late in the first, assisted by Damron and John Louria.

In the second period, Hodgson found the back of the net again, this time with assists from Dickow and John Ames.

Early in the final period, Eric Blevins capped the scoring for the locals and was assisted by Alexander Gasildo and Joe Lavine.


Last weekend Roosevelt hosted two opponents from the west side of the state and suffered defeats to both squads.

On Friday night the Bears were dropped 2-1 by Mona Shores and the next day were handed a 3-2 loss by Grand Rapids Forest Hills Northern.

Against Mona Shores, Roosevelt grabbed the early 1-0 lead with a goal from Ryan Greene, assisted by Jacob Jennings and Adam Groat, at the 6:41 mark of the first period.

Mona Shores hit back with one goal later in the first period and one in the third to ultimately secure the victory.

Bears goaltender Chandler Pattenaude stopped 31 of the 33 shots he faced in the game.

The next day GR FH got on the board first with a goal at the 5:03 mark, but Roosevelt answered about five minutes later with a goal from Joshua Hinderliter, assisted by Matt Calhoun.

With a goal in both the second and third period, the visitors were able to take a 3-1 lead.

Andrew Storey got the Bears on the board with about three minutes left in the contest, but it was all the locals would manage, as they came away with the 3-2 defeat. Storey’s goal was assisted by Hinderliter and Joe Smellie.

Trevor Porter and Frank Cerulla both saw action in goal and stopped a combined 26 of the 29 shots fired at them.


Huron traveled to Crestwood Unified on Dec. 10 and earned its fourth victory of the season with a 6-2 decision again the Chargers.

Crestwood jumped out to a 1-0 lead about the three minutes into the game, but the Chiefs struck back with four goals in the first period.

Devin Collins scored first for Huron, assisted by Giovanni Buscemi and was followed with goals by Zack Pawleszeski, Christian Nill and Jesse McGowan. Pawleszeski’s goal was assisted by Nill and Josh McGowan, Nill’s goal was assisted by Collins and Jesse McGowan’s goal was assisted by John Kosiba and Josh McGowan.

Less than two minutes into the second period, Josh McGowan made it 5-1 with an unassisted goal and the final goal was scored by Gunner Burley at 10:04 of the second period, assisted by Buscemi and Logan Jerome.

In goal, the Chiefs’ Tyler Keller stopped 16 of the 18 shots he faced.

Last Updated: 12/17/2013 2:32:01 PM EST

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