Sheboygan’s hockey team saw its season come to an end on the road Thursday.
The Peters brothers tried lifting the Red Raiders to a sectional quarterfinal win, but their two goals proved too few against Arrowhead’s offensive onslaught.
Arrowhead had pulled to a 3-0 lead before Trevor Peters put Sheboygan on the board with a powerplay goal about 10 minutes into the second period. After another Arrowhead goal made it 4-1, younger brother Collin Peters narrowed the gap to 4-2 late in the second period.
But that was as close as Sheboygan ever got. The Raiders, who finished the season with a 14-9-3 record, gave up one more goal in the third period.
“We did fall down early, but we battled back, and we had some opportunities to get it to 4-3, but we couldn’t get the puck to go in for us,” Sheboygan coach Keith Bartholomaus said.
Collin Peters finished the season with a team-high 33 goals. He also had 20 assists.
“Collin’s numbers speak for themselves,” Bartholomaus said. “He’s a goal scorer.”
Avery Huibregtse, a senior who played in his 100th game tonight — the most of any player in the Red Raiders’ 19-year history, according to Bartholomaus — finished the season with a team-high 29 assists. He also had 14 goals.
“He’s been a workhorse for us,” Bartholomaus said of Huibregtse.