SOL SHSHL Ice Hockey Wrap (1-11-18)

Check out the recaps for SOL SHSHL teams in action this week.

Dylan Feoli’s four-point night (three goals, one assist) led the Golden Hawks to a non-league win. While Feoli was getting the job done offensively, Jeremy Siegel was doing the same between the pipes, turning away 25 of 26 shots he faced to earn the win.
A goal by Feoli late in the opening period (Jared Wagenmann assist) spotted the Golden Hawks an early 1-0 lead. Feoli turned a Logan Hurwitz pass into a goal a minute into the second period, and then it was Hurwitz finding the net on a power play, using assists from Wagenmann and Feoli. A goal by Matthew Meli (Wagenmann assist) gave the Hawks a 4-0 lead heading into the final period.
Feoli finished off his hat trick with a power play goal 7:52 into the final period, using a Colin Kleiser assist. La Salle II broke up the Hawks’ shutout bid when Vicenzo DeMaio scored with three minutes remaining in regulation.
La Salle II       0-0-1   1
Council Rock South   1-3-1   5
Shots: La Salle II 27, CR South 38.
Saves: Brendan Pearce (LS) 31, Jeremy Siegel (25)
First Period
CRS - Dylan Feoli (Jared Wagenmann)
Second Period
CRS – Dylan Feoli (Logan Hurwitz)
CRS – Logan Hurwitz (Jared Wagenmann/Dylan Feoli)
CRS – Mathew Meli (Jared Wagenmann)
Third Period
CRS – Dylan Feoli (Collin Kleiser)
LS – Vicenzo DeMaio (David Brunner)

Wednesday, Jan. 10
The Ghosts took an early lead and then held on for the tightly-contested win. Nikolai Portner (Elijah Coston/Daniel Staley assists) and Ryan Gosselin (Coston assist) each scored a goal to spot the Ghosts a 2-0 lead after one period.
That lead grew to 3-0 before Lower Moreland got on the scoreboard, thanks to a goal from Devin Green (Arthur Rubinshteyn assist). Portner and LM’s Coleman Peppelman exchanged goals, and it was a 4-2 game heading into the final period. Peppelman’s was a short-handed score.
Another goal by Peppelman, this one with a Brennan Bostock assist, made it a 4-3 game, but Daniel Staley scored with a Gosselin assist midway through the period to give the Ghosts a two-goal cushion. The Lions made things interesting when Bostock scored with a Campbell Manin assist with just over a minute remaining.
The Lions spent the night pelting Mason Large with one shot after another – 52 in all, but the Ghosts’ goalie stood tall, turning away 48 shots and earning the win in a game that saw the Ghosts outshot 52-22.
Abington        2-2-1   5
Lower Moreland        0-2-2   4
Shots:  Abington 22, LM 52.
First Period
A - Nikoai Portner (Elijah Coston/Daniel Staley)
A – Ryan Gosselin (Elijah Coston)
Second Period
A – (Perry Carpenter/Ethan Weilheimer)
LM – Devin Green (Arthur Rubinshteyn)
A – Nikolai Portner
LM – Coleman Peppelman
Third Period
LM – Coleman (Brennan Bostock)
A – Daniel Staley (Ryan Gosselin)
LM – Brennan Bostock (Campbell Manin)

The Titans were looking forward to the challenge of facing a strong PCL squad prior to next week’s showdown against Pennridge. The Crusaders turned out to be just another victim for a Titan squad that has not lost in conference play and has allowed just 15 goals while scoring 78.
A goal by Tyler Boylan (Ryan Gingras assist) just 46 seconds into the contest set the tone. The Titans turned that 1-0 lead into a 5-0 advantage with four unanswered goals in the second period. Reis Braccio’s power play goal was followed by a goal from Jake Parlow (Stephen McMillan/Alex Glushek assists). Dominic Patrone scored on a power play with an assist from DJ LoVerdi, and when Joseph DeLaurentis scored with assists from Patron and Colin Abbonizio, the Titans had a five-goal advantage.
Father Judge broke up the Titans’ shutout bid with a power play goal three minutes into the final period, but just over a minute later, South got that goal back when Dominick Liberta scored on a power play. A goal by Matt Stoll (DeLaurentis assist) made it a 7-1 game. The two teams exchanged goals in the closing minutes with Reis Braccio finding the net for the Titans.
Central Bucks South 1-4-3   8
Father Judge  0-0-2   2
Shots: CB South 30, Father Judge 21.
Saves: Oscar Levin (CBS) 19, Mark Allendorf (FJ) 22)
First Period
CBS – Tyler Boylan (Ryan Gingras)
Second Period
CBS – Reis Braccio
CBS – ake Parlow (Stephen McMilllan/Alex Glushek)
CBS – Dominic Patrone (DJ LoVerdi)
CBS – Joseph DeLaurentis (Dominic Patrone/Colin Abbonizio)
Third Period
FJ – Owen Newhouse (Collin Furey)
CBS – Dominick Liberta
CBS – Matt Stoll (joseph DeLaurentis)
FJ – Sean Melso
CBS – Reis Braccio (Tyler Boylan/Reis Braccio)