T1ER 13, 12, 11U event moves to final day
The 13, 12, and 11U North American Prospects Hockey League (NAPHL) T1ER teams continued play with a busy day on Saturday, November 19th at the St. Peter's Rec Plex in St. Peter's, MO. The final day of the event is Sunday, November 20th as teams face-off in a Championship round.
This is the fifth NAPHL T1ER event overall of the 2022-23 season, which is the 14th season of the NAPHL.
This weekend continues an exciting step for the NAPHL as events have expanded to include some of the younger players who have not had the opportunity to experience the NAPHL until now. This weekend’s showcase will be a great eye-opener for players, teams, and parents, who will get a first-hand experience of what an NAPHL event is like.
All games will be broadcast live on HockeyTV
Day 2 recaps
11U: CarShield AAA narrowly defeated the Esmark Stars 4-3 Saturday morning. Noah Berryman led all scorers with a pair of goals for CarShield. Maalachi Smith had three points in the win. Clay Kramer kept out 11 shots for CarShield.
Luke Meyer scored the only goal in the shootout to lift Indy Elite past the Tri State Spartans 3-2. Meyer and Harrison Welsch were the goalscorers in regulation for Indy. Johnny Schlegel scored both goals for Tri State.
The Esmark Stars defeated and shutout the Tri State Spartans 11-0. Micah Schenk scored four goals and five points. Tristan Waite had two goals and four points for the Stars. Collin Moore, and Christian Gimigliano also had multiple points in the win.
In the sixth round of the shootout, Cody Thornberry found the back of the net to give his Indy Elite a 7-6 win over CarShield AAA. In regulation, Thornberry led all skaters with a hat trick and four points. Luke Meyer had a pair of goals and three points in the win. Cameron Rusyniak had an impressive 61 saves for Indy.
12U: Indy Elite doubled the Nashville Jr. Predators in goal output, beating them 8-4. Gabriel Howe had an outstanding game for Indy, scoring a hat trick and dishing three assists. Other Indy goals came from Hollister Wallace, Nathan Gralak, Joon Yang, Carter Schoegler, and Hudson Hoss.
The Esmark Stars edged past CarShield AAA 4-3. Cole Schwartz and Asan Abdygulov each added a goal and assist in the game for Esmark. Jordan Lucca and Connor Zuri also lit the lamp for the Stars.
The Jersey Whalers took down the Tri State Spartans 5-1. Gavin Swain led all skaters, scoring two goals in the contest. The rest of Jersey’s offense came from Broddy Wozniak, James Knill, and Logan Demcsak.
Indy Elite defeated the Esmark Stars 3-2. Indy goals came from Gabriel Howe, William Clark, and Hollister Wallace. Beau Ritson provided all of the offense for the Stars as he scored both goals.
The Nashville Jr. Predators dominated the Jersey Whalers 10-1. Beau Trizzino tallied a hat trick in the win while Drake DeFehr contributed two goals and an assist. Nolan Dixon, Mikey Merker, and Julian Larrabee also posted multiple points for the Predators.
CarShield AAA shutout the Tri State Spartans 6-0. Owen Kelsey dominated the offensive zone, scoring three goals and four points in the win. Luke Grupe had a goal and an assist for CarShield. Max Reisel stopped all the shots he faced to secure the shutout.
13U: Omaha Mastery took down the Jersey Whalers in convincing fashion, winning 11-1. Landon Green put up a hat trick for Omaha. Barrett Skogland also had two goals and two assists in the win. Brennan Sliva, Will Tremblay, and Adam Erstad posted multiple point performances for Omaha.
The Esmark Stars dominated the Tri State Spartans and won by a final score of 10-2. Trey Varga had a hat trick and five points to lead all scorers. Keita Komatsu, Connor Stivers, and Maksim Popienko each had a goal and multiple points in the win as well.
The Indy Elite came out on top in their matchup against CarShield AAA. Braden Rubin was outstanding for Indy, scoring four of their five goals. Ryder Carpenter added the other goal for Indy and the first goal of the game.
Omaha Mastery AAA led after the first period and never looked back as they topped Indy Elite by a final score of 4-2. Sam Snyder netted two goals in the contest and Trevor Ross added a goal and an assist. Omaha goalie Isaac Pilcher picked up the win between the pipes.
The Esmark Stars topped the Jersey Whalers in a 5-3 final score. Maksim Popienko combined for 3 points with 2 goals and 1 assist. Goaltender Jacob Johnson took the win in net only allowing 3 goals.
CarShield AAA topped the Tri State Spartans in a 6-1 contest. Caden Clark added 4 goals and defenseman Anthony Pickett added 3 helpers. Henry Skale stood tall between the pipes to earn the win.