NOVI 6, SOUTH LYON 1: Six different players tallied goals and goalie Ryuta King made 18 saves Saturday as the Wildcats (3-3, 1-2) snapped their three-game losing skid with a KLAA Central Division triumph Saturday night over host South Lyon Unified (1-4, 0-2) in a game played at Kensington Valley Ice House.
The Wildcats jumped out to a 4-0 first-period advantage on goals by Nick Tewilliager, from Brennan Martin and Alec Wells (at 2:13); Ryan Baxter on a power play from Brad Hofelich (at 7:28); Cam Czapski, from Brandon Kour and Andy Mizerowski (at 11:19); and Ryan Fonda, from Hofelich and Baxter (at 12:57).
At 3:32 of the second period, Joey Taiariol scored for South Lyon off assists from Kris Rygiel and Nathan Smith.
But Novi countered with two more second period goals by BrendonWexler (from Jimmy Hole at 7:33) and Wells (from Wexlerand Fonda at 15:37).
The Wildcats outshot South Lyon, 50-19.
CC 9, OLSM 5:
finished with a hat trick and one assist Saturday as
Detroit Catholic Central completed its weekend sweep of visiting Orchard Lake St. Mary Prep with a 9-5 win Saturday at Plymouth’s Compuware
The defending Division 1 state champion Shamrocks, who improved to 6-0 overall and 5-0 in the MichiganHockey League’s North Division, broke a 1-all first period deadlock by outscoring the Eaglets 5-2 in the second period.
CC, which racked up a total of 53 shots on goal, also got two goals and one assist from Kylealong with two goals and one assist from Ryan Burnett.
Other Shamrock goal scorers included Alex(with an assist) and Brian . Other assists went to Nick (two), Alex Smith, Dillon Jones and Andrew Lane.
Vinceand Nick each tallied a goal and assist for St. Mary Prep (3-2, 2-2).
Eaglets starting goaltender Alexgave up six goals on 31 CC shots, while back-up Alex allowed three goals on 22 shots.
Spencer Wright went all the way in goal for CC.
NORTHVILLE 8, BAY AREA REPS 0: Alec Morgan recorded two goals and two assists, while Jackadded a goal and three assists as the Mustangs (5-0) invoked the mercy rule midway through the final period against Bay Area Reps (1-2-1) in a game played at Ice Arena in Traverse City.
, which led 2-0 after one period and 5-0 after two, also got a goal and assist each from Brendan Hicks and Riley Brass.
Kevin O’Connell (game-winner), P.J., Cam (varsity first) added the other goals, while Nick and Alec each finished with three assists. also had an assist as Bay Area, 51-9.
Junior goalie Kevin, who made nine saves, recorded the shutout and his first varsity victory.
DETROIT CC 5, ST. MARY 2: Evanand Joseph each tallied a pair of goals Friday night as Detroit Catholic Central (5-0, 4-0) posted an MIHL North Division triumph at Orchard Lake St. Mary Prep (3-1, 2-1).
CC scored three times in the opening period before the Eaglets could answer as Brendanled off with a power play goal from Mitch and Ryan Burnett. Joseph followed for CC from Dillon Jones and Eric , while notched his first from Owen .
Nickalso scored for St. Mary Prep in the first period.
scored again in the second period from Nick , while third-period goal from Jones and iced the victory.
Spencer Wright was the winning goaltender for CC.
NORTHVILLE 3, T.C. WEST 0: Kevin O’Connell scored twice and Alecadded another Friday as the Mustangs (4-0) blanked host Traverse City West (2-2) in a non-conference game at Howe Arena.
senior goalie Chance turned aside all 10 shots to post the shutout, while Brendan had 21 saves for the Titans.
PLYMOUTH 5, NOVI 3: On Dec. 3, Plymouth (4-1, 3-0 KLAA South) struck for a pair of goals during the final four minutes to earn aConference crossover win over (2-3, 0-2 KLAA Central) at Arctic Edge in Canton.
Plymouth got the game-winning goal from Josh Smith with only 3:51 remaining. He finished the game with a goal and three assists. Alex Bump’s goal with 1:51 remaining secured the victory for Plymouth.
Senior Bradtallied all three goals for .
Kylescored at 3:21 of the first period to give Plymouth a 1-0 lead, but tied it at 8:34 of the same period from Pat and Brennan Martin.
Plymouth’s Mitchellthen scored with 5:35 left in the second period to make it 2-1 heading into the third.
power play goal from Ryan Baxter and Brandon tied it at 46 seconds of the third, but only 27 seconds later, notched his second to make it 3-2.
then tied it up at 3:06 from Jimmy Hole and Baxter to knot the count at 3-all, but the Wildcats were unable to score again dropping their third straight game of the young season.
Andrewchipped in with two assists for Plymouth, while goaltender Jared made 22 saves.
goaltender had 29 saves in the setback.