Grundy Senators vs. North Jersey Aspen Kings Grey, September 24th, 6:50 PM
This game is a rematch of an epic at the opening showcase, which saw an eight-round shootout end with Grundy coming out on top. The Senators are coming in hot with a five-game winning streak in AHF and top scorer Evan Eisler having eight points (5g, 3a) in his last four games. North Jersey matches that with Nick Falco in the line-up, who has 13 points (10g, 3a) in seven games this season. These teams are separated by only two points in the AHF U16 A Gold standings.
Jersey Shore Wildcats Black vs. Delaware Ducks, September 24th, 7:15 PM
One of the highest scoring teams in the division will take on one of the toughest defenses in the division. Six players from Jersey Shore have five or more goals on the season: Tony Brandl (10), Nicholas Fanizza (9), Jason Sassano (9), Michael Rivelli (5), Matthew Doherty (5), and Daniel Daluise (5). For Delaware, only Paul Cisar (7) and Kevin Christensen (5) have over five goals; they have limited teams to only 13.4 shots-per-game in their five games this season.
St. James (Showcase) vs. York Devils, September 25th, 11:20 AM
Two teams at the middle of the table for the U16 A Silver have plenty to play for to crack the top-four on the division. St. James as a Showcase-only squad has plenty to prove in a shorter time. Both Ian Martin (2g, 3a) and Colin Regan (3g, 1a) have done well upfront for the offense with Bennett Mullin (3g) and Marcus Rector (3a) providing support on the backend. Rylan Schneider has been a star for York with 14 goals in seven games, while he has plenty of support from Colin Chapman (2g, 6a) and Gavin Smith (3g, 3a).
Brendan Chandler – Team Philadelphia
Riding a four-game goal streak and a five-game point streak, Team Philadelphia’s offense has been run through Chandler. Coinciding with his goalscoring run, Team Philadelphia has also won four-in-a-row thanks to Chandler’s skilled shot. He lifted his team with a 2 goal, 3 point game in a 5-1 win over their rival Philadelphia Blazers last month. Chandler will hope to add to his team-leading 6 goals in the upcoming showcase.
Tommy Corazza – North Jersey Avalanche
Breaking out with a near 2.0 PPG pace, Corazza emerged as the division’s leading point scorer with 2 goals and 7 assists through his first 5 games. Establishing himself early, he had a goal and 4 assists in North Jersey’s season opener against St. James. He added another multi-point game two days later against Tomorrow’s Ice Selects. His efforts in these games lifted North Jersey to their only two wins, so the Avalanche will look for Corazza to use his superb vision to set up his teammates time and time again.
Peter Mood – Tomorrow’s Ice Selects
Never afraid to do whatever it takes to help his team, Mood has seen it result in him sitting atop the team’s goal charts. He leads the team with four goals, which included a hat trick in a 4-1 win over St. James. Mood has also been involved in tough puck battles, laying a hit or two when necessary. His versatile play has allowed the Ice Selects to stay involved in games, as they are 1-1-0 with a +2 goal differential when he scores a point.
Aliaksandr Bazylevich – Philadelphia Blazers
The division’s leading point scorer among defenseman, Bazylevich is sitting with a point-per-game pace, notching 2 goals and 4 assists through his first six games. Using a powerful shot, he was able to get the only goal for the Blazers in their 5-1 defeat against Team Philadelphia, the stingiest defense in the division. The offensive defenseman will be relied upon when the Blazers return to the ice, opening the showcase against Team Philadelphia.
Seamus McGee – MYHA Gold
A two-way defenseman, McGee has found a way to be productive for MYHA at both ends of the ice. His backcheck has proven very effective, shutting down opposing attacks. At the other end, he has been able to set up goals with success, contributing 2 assists through five games. McGee has also displayed great discipline, not once taking a trip to the sin bin. McGee’s smart play will prove critical to MYHA’s success.
John Richey – St. James
A well-rounded player worth taking note of regardless of his location on the ice, Richey contributed his sole point through his first four games of the season with a goal against the Philadelphia Blazers. His efforts in the defensive end are more than noteworthy and he also displays a fantastic sense of the game, not taking any senseless penalties. Richey is absolutely the backbone to St. James’s blue liners.
Shahzad Bolduc – Team Philadelphia
Backstopping his team to the best defensive performance in the division, Bolduc has turned in a 2-1-0 record with a .923 save % and 1.67 GAA. He posted a shutout against St. James, turning aside 11 shots in the effort. Bolduc’s athleticism helps him to turn aside well-placed shots that many goalie would watch slip by, contributing to his team’s success.
Jeremy Eager – MYHA Gold
Eager has only seen one game between the pipes this season, but his performance was stellar. Although MYHA dropped a close 3-2 decision against Team Philadelphia, Eager turned aside 32 of the 35 shots he faced, keeping his team in the contest. One could expect Eager to get more routine looks in goal in the near future, especially with four games coming up this weekend.
Andrew Knight, Haverford Hawks
The Haverford Hawks went 3-0-0 this past weekend and Andrew’s performance is a big reason why. His four goals and seven points helped vault him to second on his team in goals (6) and points (11). Andrew most notably started off the showcase strong, scoring twice and adding an assist in the Hawks first win of the showcase, a 7-3 win over the Royals Hockey Club.
Anthony Woodard, York Devils
Anthony started slow but finished the showcase strong, scoring six points in his final two games. He tallied two goals and seven points in the Devils’ four games they played, highlighted by a three assist performance in a 6-5 win over MYHA Gold.
Zachary Bulson, MYHA Gold
Zachary continued his excellent season this past weekend, scoring four goals and seven points in four games. He has only been held pointless once this season and is a consitent contributer for his team. Anthony is now tied for fourth in points in 18U A with 17.
Danny Mackley, Philadelphia Blazers
Danny hadn’t scored a goal since the opening game of the season for the Blazers back on August 21st. His response? Scoring seven goals in four games and helping the Blazers go 4-0-0 this past weekend. Danny stepped it up when his team needed him the most and helped fuel the Blazers’ offense.
Sam Lucy, North Jersey Aspen Kings Yellow
Sam had no problem finding the back of the net this past weekend, scoring five goals and six points in just three games. The highlight of Sam’s showcase was a four goal performance in a 12-2 win against the Royals Hockey Club
George Bilidas, St. James
Point scoring isn’t a problem for George even while playing defense. He tallied three goals and five points in three games and was instrumental in St. James’ two wins during the showcase. His nine goals and 12 points on the season lead defenseman in both catagories at the 18U A level.
Reese Picker, Philadelphia Blazers
Reese proved himself deadly on both sides of the ice this past weekend, playing great defense and producing points for his team as well. He recorded three goals and five points in three games this past weekend, highlighted by a hat trick performance in a 6-2 win over the Maryland Jr. Black Bears.
Mitchell Bobys, MYHA Gold
Mitchell played lock down defense and helped his team in the two wins they had during the showcase. MYHA Gold only allowed one goal in the two wins and Mitchell did his part, scoring in a 5-0 win over the North Jersey Avalanche. Through four games this past weekend, Mitchell totaled two goals and three points.
Josh Reid, York Devils
After starting the tourney with two loses, the York Devils stepped it up to end the showcase on a high note by winning its last two games. Josh Reid was a big part of that, scoring three goals during those two wins. He played well on both ends of the ice to help York stay a top the 18U A standings.
Nick Rightley, Philadelphia Blazers
Not only did Nick play a big role in the Blazers’ defensive success, only allowing eight goals in four games, but he recorded at least one point in every game as well. He totalled two goals and five points while helping the Blazers win all its games.
Michael McCarthy, North Jersey Avalanche
Michael started two games during the showcase and walked away with two wins. Not only that, but he didn’t allow a single goal all weekend. He made 29 saves in a 3-0 win over the York Devils and 19 saves in a 4-0 win over the Hollydell Hurricanes White. Michael now has three shutouts on the season, which is tied for the most in 18U A.
Taylor West, Team Philadelphia
Taylor continued his successful season, posting two more wins at the showcase. He allowed one goal in each contest the saw him post a save percentage of .920 or high in both games, showing off his athleticism and vision.
Julien Piche, MYHA Gold
Julien played great for MYHA Gold last weekend, turning aside 55 shots throughout the showcase. His highlight was picking up his first shutout of the season against the North Jersey Avalanche, stopping 25 shots in the 5-0 win.
Colin McQuad, York Devils
Colin gave it his all this past weekend and was rewarded with his second shutout of the season, turning aside 35 shots in a 6-0 win against the New Jersey Bandits. He showed great reaction time and helped keep his team in every game he started.
Ian Warter, Haverford Hawks
Ian started three games and recorded the win on each occasion. He made at least 20 saves in each game as Ian helped the Hawks go undefeated during the showcase this past weekend.
Brendan Boudreau, North Jersey Skylands Kings Navy
Tallying a goal in all four games, Boudreau helped lead the way for the Skylands Kings. With six goals and eight points on the Showcase, Boudreau comes out of the weekend as the team’s leading scorer.
Gavin Rahnavardy, St. James (Showcase)
Showing off his vision on the ice, Rahnavardy put his passing on display with seven assists during the four games of the Showcase. While he was able to dish it out, Rahnavardy also tallied two goals during the St. James 3-1-0 weekend.
Eli Singley, North Jersey Aspen Kings Blue
With two goals in the first Showcase game, Singley set the tone offensively for North Jersey. Singley showed solid zone entry, great vision when it came to passing tape-to-tape, as well as going all out to put his body in front of pucks to make a play and transition the other way.
Dylan Kouba, Haverford Hawks
With four assists in his first two games, Kouba showed his ability to create plays in the offensive zone for Haverford. With his speed and stickhandling ability, Kouba was able to create space for himself to make those plays.
Ryan Suchy, York Devils
Scoring a goal in every game, Suchy was a key component for the Devils’ offense during the Showcase. Finishing with four goals and three assists, Suchy showed off his balanced attack and hockey IQ throughout the weekend.
Jack Driscoll, North Jersey Avalanche
Tallying four goals and finishing with seven points, Driscoll helped the Avalanche to a 3-1-0 record at the Showcase. Displaying determination and leadership by example, Driscoll helped stop a skid by North Jersey and vaulted them into the thick of the standings.
Nate Benz, Team Philadelphia
Benz was a big force on the defensive side of the puck for Team Philadelphia, contributing to a stellar performance and limiting the opposition to only three goals in four games. Benz was rewarded offensively on Saturday with a goal and assist in a 12-1 victory.
Ryan Twist, North Jersey Aspen Kings Blue
Thanks to a stellar performance in his own zone, Twist helped North Jersey to a 4-0-0 record. Laying out his body for blocks, clearing out the front of the net, and adding a physical component to the game allowed Twist to stand-out in the Showcase.
Devin Brown, Montgomery Youth Hockey Blue
Finishing the weekend with a 0.50 GAA and ,971 save percentage, Brown was stellar in net when he was called upon. Brown stayed focused in net during times where he was not facing action, which allowed him to stay in the game for when play did head his way.
Nicholas Lombardo, North Jersey Skylands Kings White
Lombardo leaves the Showcase with a 1.00 GAA and .968 save percentage, as he took two wins from the four-win weekend for the Skylands Kings. Lombardo helped his team stay in the lead, as he faced a total of 62 shots in his two games played.
Nadav Emenecker, Igloo Jaguars
Emenecker just needed three games to hit double-digits in points. With nine goals and six assists on the weekend, Emenecker helped the Jaguars to a solid three-win weekend in their first slate of games in the AHF.
Anthony Kulp, Team Philadelphia Orange
With four multi-points games, Kulp made his presence known at the Showcase with six goals and five assists in four games. With his balanced attack and knowing when to shoot and when to pass, Kulp helped the Orange Team Philadelphia to a perfect weekend.
Logan Doyle, Grundy Senators
With seven points in four games, Doyle was a key part in the Senators’ undefeated weekend. Scoring four goals on Friday to set the tone, Doyle finished with six goals and an assist during the Showcase.
Jason Sassano, Jersey Shore Wildcats Black
In only three games, Sassano was able to pot three goals and register eight points for the Wildcats during the Showcase. His stickhandling ability and vision to set-up his teammates helped the Wildcats take two of three on the weekend.
Nicholas Denadai, Team Philadelphia White
Denadai had six goals in only four games for Team Philadelphia and led the way during their three win weekend. Denadai didn’t hold back when it came to the shooting aspect of the game, while also registering a hat-trick on Sunday’s morning match-up.
Sean Stevenson, Team Philadelphia Black
While he registered five points (1g, 4a) in his last two games of the Showcase, Stevenson helped lead the Philadelphia defense to a defensive showcase. Stevenson and the rest of Team Philadelphia’s defense held the opposition to two goals in four games and only 52 shots on goals in all four games (13 shots against per game).
Jake Chromcik, North Jersey Bandits
With four goals and five points in this Showcase, Chromcik stood out offensively– and not just from his 6’2 frame. The left-handed shot defender not only was stellar with the puck, but was able to use his size to keep the opposition to the outside and limiting key chances against the Bandits.
Aidan Holycross, St. James (Showcase)
In two games of action, Holycross faced 47 total shots and only let two behind him. With a GAA of 1.00 and a save percentage of .957, Holycross helped St. James with two of their three wins of the Showcase.
Shane Brannick, Atlantic City Sharks
Brannick faced plenty of pucks this weekend, stopping 112 of 118 shots in just over three games this weekend with a stat line of 1.80 GAA and a .949 save percentage. Helping the Sharks to three wins on the weekend, Brannick also assisted on the game-winning goal in the team’s last game of the Showcase.
U10 A Gold
Royals Hockey Club National: Royals HC came to play this past weekend, going a perfect 3-0-0 and vaulted themselves into the U10 A Gold top five in the standings. They boasted a lethal offense and steady defense, outscoring its opponents 26-4. They were led offensively by Declan Kiley and his seven goals and eleven points while goaltender Logan Mitchell made over 30 saves on the weekend.
Suffolk P.A.L Silver Knights: The Silver Knights saw great success this past weekend, winning all four of its showcase games. The team did an excellent job of neutralizing opponents’ offense, allowing two or fewer goals in three of its four games. Nicholas Oppedisano led the way with a breakout performance offensively, scoring six goals in the four games while goaltender Liam Vanderbeek made over 20 saves in each of the wins for his team.
St. James: St. James stayed in the top ten of the U10 A Gold standings by going 2-2-0 this past weekend. The team’s two wins were impressive, using strong third periods to close out its opponents. Its first win was a 2-1 victory over the North Jersey Aspen Kings Yellow that saw St. James outshoot the Kings 44-20. Charles Mason’s clutch third period goal made the difference as the offense never gave up. St. James’ second win against Team Philadelphia showed how opportunistic the team can be, scoring seven goals on 22 shots in a 7-4 win. Once again, the team got big performances in the third from Mason (goal) and Zachary Brown (goal, assist) in that frame.
U10 A Silver
Maryland Jr. Black Bears White: The top team in the U10 A Silver standings showed why it has earned that spot, going 4-0-0 and putting on an offensive showcase for the ages. The Black Bears outscored its opponents 46-8 and put out an all-around impressive performance on both ends of the ice. William Pittman led the way offensively with 14 goals and 20 points in the four games while goaltender Stephen Pipe III recorded his fourth shutout of the season with a win over the Philadelphia Blazers.
Tomorrow’s Ice North Stars Red: Tomorrow’s Ice North Stars Red stayed undefeated on the season by winning all three of its games this past weekend. They not only got great offensive production up and down the lineup (highlighted by Emmett Schwanke’s six goals) but played amazing defensively. The North Stars let up only one goal in each game thanks to great defense and excellent goaltending.
Ashburn Xtreme 2: Ashburn continues its impressive season as the team went 4-0-0 this past weekend. They outscored its opponents 25-8 as the team showed how resilient they could be. In its final game of the showcase against Brick Hockey Club Green, Ashburn trailed heading into the third period 3-2. However, a four-goal outburst in the third period (led by a hattrick from Brayden Flowers) allowed them to complete the comeback for a 6-4 win.
Team Philadelphia: Team Philadelphia vaulted into the top ten of the U10 AA standings with a 4-0-0 performance at last weekend’s showcase. The team totaled 28 goals in those four games, scoring no less than five goals per game. Kyle Perucki led the offense with his six goals and eleven points while Gareth Meyer did his part in between the pipes, recording a shutout on the weekend.
St. James 1: St. James came to play this past weekend, winning three of its four games. Two of the teams wins came with Stanley Krulc in the net and saw him turn aside all 23 shots he saw to record two shutout wins. It was an all-around great team effort by St. James and a successful showcase.
North Jersey Avalanche Blue: The Avalanche used a strong offensive showing to secure three wins in four games at the most recent Atlantic Hockey Federation Showcase. The team scored 22 goals in four games and scored five or more goals in the three wins. Christian Leakes had a big hand in the offense, scoring three goals and five points in the four games.
MYHA Gold: After dropping the first two games of this past weekend’s showcase, MYHA Gold exploded to win its final two games by the combined score of 15-4. Many players on the team stepped up for the bounce-back performance including Andrew Fauver has his five points in the two wins.
York Devils: The York Devils stayed red hot this past weekend, winning all four of its showcase games. The four wins allowed the Devils to stay in the top five teams in the U10 AA standings. Led by Josh Warren and his six goals, the team got scoring from up and down the roster and great defensive play as well.
Liam Daniel Monterio, North Jersey Skylands Kings Gold
It was hard to find a better goal-scoring weekend than what Monterio put forth in the Showcase. With a hat trick in every game, Monterio ended with 22 goals in four games. Monterio also had a point in each of the Skylands Kings goals against Team Philadelphia Orange (6g, 2a).
Anthony Raineri, York Devils
With two hat tricks in two straight games, Raineri went on a tear with nine goals and three assists on the Showcase. Raineri’s nine goals helped York have a +22 goal differential and an undefeated mark this weekend.
Ryan Uhl, Royals Hockey Club National White
Displaying his keen offensive side, Uhl put up five goals and four assists on the Showcase. Uhl had the game-winning goal in all four games for Royals HC, as well as a natural hat trick in Sunday’s early game against Tomorrow’s Ice.
Parker Clancy, St. James (Showcase)
Clancy put on a show this weekend, registering 12 goals and five assists for St. James’ undefeated weekend. Adding to the last two games of the August Showcase, Clancy now carries a six-game point streak coming out of the Squirt Showcase weekend.
Shane Hicks-Cree, Hollydell Hurricanes White
Potting a goal a game, Hicks-Cree was a force for Hollydell White this Showcase. Finishing with six goals and an assist this weekend, Hicks-Cree helped Hollydell to three out of four wins and played well without the puck to get into solid offensive positioning
Samuel Drake, Tomorrow’s North Stars
This weekend Samuel Drake had his full 200ft game in full effect, playing both ends of the ice as a center. He had some amazing forechecking plays to get the puck into the offensive zone and scored some goals for his team. Samuel had the determination to get back and backcheck which helped his team stay in the game and still give them a fighting chance.
Tristan Haftek, New Jersey Bandits Red
Saving the best for the last day, Haftek helped the Bandits on Sunday with a goal in their earlier game against Montgomery and then two assists in their second game against Team Philadelphia. Haftek also showed his defensive attributes during the first game this weekend, helping his team to a shutout against the Aspen Kings Grey squad.
Joseph Keeley, New Jersey Stars
Keeley was able to help the Stars to their big win on Sunday, scoring the game-winning goal with 12:49 remaining in the game against Hollydell. Keeley also had an assist in the game, while tallying a goal on Saturday against York.
Ezra Lorentzen, Maryland Jr. Black Bears Red
With a goal in the second period. Lorentzen sparked a four-goal rally by Maryland to help them get the win over Royals HC American. Lorentzen also added two goals in a Maryland win on Sunday over New Jersey to close out the Showcase on a winning note.
Elias Savana, Royals Hockey Club National White
With four wins, Savana was able to kick off the Showcase with a 23-save performance against Team Philadelphia Orange. Savana ended the showcase with a 1.75 GAA, only having one game where they let up more than one goal.
Quinn Donofry, Philadelphia Blazers
Coming out victorious in all four games he started, Donofry ended the weekend with a .914 save percentage and 1.75 GAA. Donofry’s standout game was a 29-save performance against the Rye Rangers in a 6-1 Blazers victory.
St. James (4-0-0, 45 GF, 10 GA): It was an explosive weekend for the St. James Showcase team, as they averaged more than 10 goals per game over the weekend. Parker Clancy (12g), Zachary Devinger (7g), and Richard Santiago (7g) combined for 58% of the team’s goals. Virginia Gilliam was solid in net with a 2.57 GAA throughout the Showcase, while the team defense only allowed 47 total shots across the four games due to the solid play of Robert Sestak, Seamus Rivera, and Henry Cassin on the blue line corps.
Royals Hockey Club National White (4-0-0, 28 GF, 7 GA): The defense was on display for Royals HC, as they held teams to only seven goals over the four games, with only one team scoring over one goal. Seth McDonald played solidly in his own end, but also contributed offensively with two goals on the weekend. Roman Ohai and Danny Benza held things down in their own end in front of Elias Savana to keep that goal total down.
York Devils (4-0-0. 36 GF, 14 GA): A high scoring weekend for the Devils, with Anthony Raineri (9g), Colton James (5g), and Anthony Hersch (5g) putting up big goal scoring weekends, with Mason Maloney being the playmaker, dishing out seven assists on the weekend. The team unity allowed the Devils to get back up to the .500 mark in AHF play and move to the middle of the U10 B standings.
North Jersey Skylands Kings Gold (4-0-0, 36 GF, 5 GA): While Liam Daniel Monterio’s 22-goal output on the Showcase will be remembered, the defense was solid; holding the opposition to under 12 shots-per-game on the weekend, helping Nolan Seidner and Jordan Dabrowski get two wins each on the weekend. Evan Wilk helped not only on the defensive end, but also added four goals and three assists for the Showcase.
Anthony Tyler, Igloo Jaguars Black
Anthony stepped up for his team this weekend and filled the gap of the Jaguar’s missing centers. Playing a new position, he took control of the ice and showed he is a commanding force on the ice whichever position he plays. Anthony even showed offensive success by scoring a pair of goals.
Jaxton Paquette, York Devils
Jaxton was a big part of the Devils’ offense this past weekend, scoring seven goals in four games. He has a nose for the net and always is in a position to bury the puck for a goal.
Austin Shaw, North Jersey Avalanche Blue
Austin had a productive weekend playing center. He scored seven goals and had four assists in four games to lead the team this weekend. He used his speed to outskate opponents for loose pucks in the corners and created a lot of opportunities for the team. Austin also did great winning many face-offs to put his team in a position to score.
Logan Rowand, Igloo Jaguars Black
Logan’s primary position as a hockey player is defensive. This weekend, however, he stepped up his game in a new role by playing as a forward. He showed off his skill set by creating opportunities and scoring chances whenever he was on the ice.
Sophia Delaura, New Jersey Bandits
Sophia stepped it up this past weekend for the Bandits in a big game against the top-seeded Ashburn Xtreme. Needing a goal, Sophia scored the only goal in regulation for New Jersey, helping the bandits to a 2-1 shootout win.
Ethan Stemmel, York Devils
Ethan displayed his skills on both sides of the ice at the Atlantic Hockey Federation’s most recent showcase. He has great vision on the ice which helps keep the puck out of the zone and move the puck up ice as well. He also showed off his offensive abilities, proving to be a great skater and point producer, recording seven points.
Ava Deblinger, North Jersey Avalanche
Ava had a strong weekend on defense. She consistently works hard to be in a position to stop breakaways and to dig pucks out of the corners in her defensive end and get them out of the zone.
Wyatt Dirsh, Igloo Jaguars Black
Wyatt was an absolute force to be reckoned with this weekend. He displayed strong defensive play with numerous blocked shots, keeping the opposing team from having scoring chances.
Lucas Tate, York Devils
Lucas played hard all weekend for the York Devils. He broke up several plays and made a difference every time he stepped onto the ice.
Tyler Branigan, North Jersey Aspen Kings Blue
Tyler played a big role in his team going undefeated this past weekend. He displayed excellent skills on both sides of the ice, helping keep the puck out of his own zone while producing scoring chances for his team as well. His highlight came in the final game of the showcase, recording four assists in a win over the North Jersey Skyland Kings Navy.
Cullen Widener/Mason Leisenring , York Devils
Cullen and Mason split games in net for the Devils and turned away 54 of 64 shots against tough competition. Both goalies also skate out and play defense when not in the net. They showed they will always put the team first and will thrive wherever the team needs them to.
Andrew Figueroa, North Jersey Avalanche
Andrew played his best games of the season this weekend. He played a big role in the team’s three wins during the showcase weekend. He greatly improved both his save percentage and goals-against average. His size helps him tremendously in the goaltending position and he used it to his advantage.
Stanley Krulc, St. James
Stanley came to play this past weekend, starting two games and earning two shutout victories. In total, he turned away 23 shots and made big saves when his team needed him to.
Mathew Tartaglione, Ashburn Xtreme
The Ashburn Xtreme found itself at the top of the U10 AA standings after the AHF showcase concluded and Mathew was a big reason why. Mathew turned aside 29 stops in three games and sported a 2-0-1 record. He stepped it up for his team when he was needed to and displayed great athleticism and vision.