Nick Varner scored 1:43 into overtime to allow Fermi/Enfield to upset #5 South Windsor Wednesday night. With the win Fermi/Enfield moved to 6-6-0 on the year while the Bobcats fell to 8-3-0. South Windsor received a 34 save effort from senior Christian Marchi in the loss.
|Fermi/Enfield upset #5 South Windsor Wednesday 3-2 in overtime.|
Captain Colby Cretella recorded a hat trick and added an assist while Bill Vizzo added four assists as NDWH proved their might with a convincing 5-0 victory over East Haven Wednesday. NDWH improved to 11-2 while East Haven fell to 8-2-2.
1/25 #2 Ridgefield 6, Trinity Catholic 2
Sean Wilkinson tallied two goals to guide the #2 Ridgefield Tigers to victory over Trinity Catholic Wednesday. The Tigers now move to 10-1-0 on the year and haven't lossed since early December when they opened the season losing to Prep.
1/25 #7 Glastonbury 6, Conard 5
The Glastonbury Tomahawks received six goals from six different skaters and staved off an upset bid by an up and coming Conard squad. Glastonbury clinched a spot in the tourney and moved to 8-2-0 on the year while Conard dropped to 4-8-0.
1/25 Cheshire 4, #10 Guilford 0
The Cheshire Rams were able to stave off a season sweep by the #10 Guilford Indians with a 4-0 shutout. Tyler Carbone made 27 saves and the Rams got two goals and an assist out of Tyler Murgo in the win.
1/26 #1 Fairfield Prep 5, Cheshire 0
David White continued his onslaught on the state scoring four times to lead the top seeded Jesuits to an easy 5-0 win over the Cheshire Rams. Cheshire goalie Tyler Carbone, who's been one of the state's best, performed well enough to give the Rams a fighting shot with 40 saves. Prep moves to 9-2-0 on the year while Cheshire falls to 6-5-0.
1/27 #1 Fairfield Prep 2, Boston College High 0
#1 Fairfield Prep topped the proud program that is BC High 2-0 in the first round of the Jesuit Shootout at the Prudential Center, home of the New Jersey Devils in Newark, NJ. Dynamic duo David White and AJ Unker scored the Jesuits lone goals and goalie Riley Wikman stood on his head in the shutout effort recording 38 saves. Prep will move on to face St. Peter's Prep from Jersey City, NJ on Saturday at 2 p.m. in the tourney's championship game while BC High will take on Canisius Prep (NY) in the consolation. St. Peter's is ranked 10th in the not so hockey rich New Jersey prep circuit.
|#3 Notre Dame-West Haven trounced #6 East Haven 5-0 Wednesday night at Bennett.|