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HOCKEY: Richard wins; Roosevelt, Flat Rock suffer losses

Richard

In a Catholic High School League matchup last Thursday night against visiting Pontiac Notre Dame Prep, Richard came away with a 4-1 victory.

The teams skated to a scoreless tie after two periods, but the Pioneers (7-2-1) erupted for four goals in the final 17 minutes, while the Fighting Irish managed one.

John Ames and Michael Hodgson accounted for all four of Richard’s goals, as each player netted a pair in the contest

For the night, Ames and Hodgson each finished with three points total, while Brandon Damron picked up two assists and both Jon Rhind and Alex Gasidlo were credited with one.

The Pioneers will be in action again tomorrow, as they’ll welcome Downriver CHSL rival Cabrini to the Southgate Civic Center.

Richard will be back at the Southgate Civic Center for the Southeastern Hockey League Showcase. The Pioneers will open the showcase with a 5:30 p.m. game against Flat Rock-Airport 5:30 p.m. on Rink A



Roosevelt

Last Friday night, Roosevelt traveled to Catholic Central for a Michigan Interscholastic Hockey League battle and was crushed 7-0.

The Bears (4-6, 1-3 MIHL) were down 2-0 early, as the Shamrocks (9-1, 4-1 MIHL) scored goals at the 8:30 mark and the 11:45 mark of the first period.

Roosevelt managed only four shots on goal in the first period and for the night was outshot 48-11 by the hosts.

In the second period, Catholic Central added four goals and netted one in the final period to cap the night’s scoring.

Chandler Pattenaude was the Bears’ starting goaltender and turned away 41 of the 48 shots fired at him throughout the night.

Next up for Roosevelt is a home game tonight at Yack Arena against Carlson and on Saturday night the Bears will take on Woodhaven at the Ice Box.



Flat Rock-Airport

After jumping out to a 4-0 advantage at Ann Arbor Skyline last Saturday night, Flat Rock-Airport saw its big lead slip away and ultimately suffered a 7-5 defeat.

Austin Jacobs opened the scoring for the Jets (1-9) with a first-period goal and was followed up by a pair of goals from teammate Ryan Eyler.



Early in the second, Eyler scored again and completed his trick for the night.

At that point, however, the Eagles hit back with six unanswered goals, as they scored three in the second period and three in the third.

Jacobs netted his second goal of the night late in the third period to make it a 6-5 game, but the Jets were unable to get on the board again and a late Skyline goal ultimately sealed their fate.

The Jets were scheduled to play yesterday at Dearborn Heights Crestwood and on Friday will open the SEHL Showcase at Southgate Civic Center with a 5:30 p.m. game against Richard on Rink A.

Last Updated: 1/7/2014 2:03:47 PM EST

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