Bantams, Mites, Peewee, Squirts, Warriors Hockey

Bantam Gold Continues to Dominate in MCYHL

Bantam Gold continues to dominate in the Morris County Youth Hockey League with another big win Sunday night against rival Randolph. The Warriors took charge early in the first period to score five straight goals to Randolph’s one and finished with a final score of 10-5 Warriors. Scoring Warriors were Daniel Gallant (Stirling), Severyn Khomak (Watchung), Kailen Vyas (Greenbrook), Alek Bergners (Warren), Paulie Marino (Stirling), and Julian Joglekar (Warren). Andrew Martin (Metuchen) was goalie.

Sev Khomak (Watchung) going in for a goal with Paulie Marino (Stirling), Alex Rozak (Warren) and Sawyer Flynn (Gillette) in the background.

Tough Loss for Bantam Black

Bantam Black played Wayne Friday night at Mennen Arena and while they started off the scoring, the Warriors couldn’t hold the lead.

Early in the first period, Warriors scored a goal unassisted by Alekos Antippas (Summit) ending the first period with a 1-0 lead. Once again, in the second, Warriors kicked things off with an early period goal by Brady Siefert (Warren) off Brendan Dowd (Millington). But Warriors couldn’t hold the 2-0 lead with Wayne scoring four unanswered goals to make the final game score 4-2.

PeeWees Lose a Heartbreaker

A tough loss for the PeeWees against Wayne. While the Warriors came out strong in the first period, they couldn’t hold on to the lead and lost 9-6.

Squirts Come Back to Tie

The Squirts faced West Morris in a match-up that looked grim for the Warriors. With just 37 second left in the second period, the Warriors were down three goals, with the only Warriors goal having been scored early in the first period by Gio Sicignano (Warren).

The Warriors were not to be denied and slowly chipped away at the 4-1 deficit beginning with a second goal by Sicignano in the last seconds of the second period, followed by his hat trick goal with just four minutes left in the game. With only 1:26 left in the game, Brendan Archbold (Warren) came in for the final goal, tying the game 4-4. Holden Flynn (Gillette) was goalie.

Owen Davine (Gillette) plays tough defensively.

Mites Dominate West Morris

The Mite team continues to play well and learns something new each week. In this week’s game the goal was passing and our Mites did well with their stick handling skills to win against West Morris. Ryland Flynn (Gillette) was goalie.

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