Congrats to the U16 team! They are headed to the playoffs in Richmond!!! They tied the Hagerstown Bulldogs 2-2, which was enough to earn them the point they needed. The team also tied Montgomery on Sunday 2-2 to move into 3rd place going into playoffs.
Bantam UA had a weekend off but are headed to Pittsburgh, PA this weekend to compete in the Pittsburgh Presidents Cup.
Bantam B fought hard and beat rival Montgomery Saturday 2-1.
See our picture below of the handsome group.
Pee Wee A
Get out the brooms! On Saturday, the Freeze beat the York Devils, 6-1, at the York Ice Arena. Returning home on Sunday, the Freeze defeated the playoff-bound Bowie Bruins, 5-4.
Pee Wee B
PeeWee B played Southern Maryland and pulled off a win with a score of 3-2.
Squirt LA played Montgomery Saturday and tied 4-4. They played Easton on Sunday and won 6-1 ending their season undefeated. Way to go team!!
The boys had a fun scrimmage on Saturday! Parents and siblings joined in and showed off their moves too. Coach Klauka and the boys were eager to assist and help teach our future Freeze player, Owen Klauka!
On Sunday, the boys played against Montgomery. After a scoreless first period, Montgomery pulled out a 5-0 win.
On Saturday, the Mite UA team competed with a few players from the Mite LA team playing two non-league games against Harford. Charlie Overeem led the offense by putting in 5 goals, securing him a hat trick in the second game. Reagan Riley provided some much needed speed and Finn Murphy played solid defense, while tallying a goal in the first game. The Freeze finished the morning 1-1-0.
Our Mites LA The LA Mites traveled to Hershey to participate in the Hershey Bears “Youth on Ice” program.
The players were thrilled to watch the Bears and get to play on same ice as the pros!
We even shared an elevator ride with a Hershey Bear player Colby Williams on our way back to our seats.
The Mite B team participated in the last jamboree of the season which was hosted at Bowie. They had a strong finish with a 3-1 record. Dominic Studlo, Nicholas Chung, Johnny Smeraglia and Owen Haddaway provided multiple scoring opportunity through great passing and team communication. Sophia Duan, Leo Grolton and Micheal Dye played strong defense with focusing on keeping the puck out of our zone. Brooks Haddaway played in the net for the first time in a jamboree. The players skills have continued to develop throughout the season and we are proud of their hard work and dedication to the team and hockey.
Many of our teams are headed out of town for tournaments this weekend. We wish all of our teams the very best and safe travels.
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