Category: Beavercreek Hockey

Creek Bounces Back Against La Salle

Beavercreek was back on the ice Sunday afternoon for a matinee game against the La Salle Lancers at the Kettering Rec Center.  Creek decided to sport their new camo jerseys again, which were quite the crowd pleaser on Friday night, hoping that this time it would bring home a victory.  The second time was definitely a charm, as the Beavers cruised to a 13-0 victory.  Braden Cox led the way with a hat trick and an assist, while Marshal Enfield equaled Braden’s point total with two goals and two assists.  The three point scorers for Creek were Mason Mikesch with two goals and an assist, Braden Sanders with a goal and two assists, Nate Schivelbein with a goal and two assists, and PJ Kosir with three assists.  The two point scorers were Cole Gutterman with a goal and an assist, Max Pezzot with a goal and an assist, and Chad Peacock with two assists.  Rounding out the scoring for the Beavers were Alex Folga with a goal and Nick Belmonte with a goal.  Kevin Bovair was in net for the Beavercreek and recorded the shutout win.  Joining the Beavers for pre-game and intermission activities were the Dayton Stealth Mites, who put on quite an entertaining hockey exhibition.  Thanks for being a part of Beavercreek Varsity Hockey!  Next up for Creek is a Saturday night game at 10 PM at the Kettering Rec against the Mason Comets.

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Beavers Bested By Braves 4-1

The mood was quite festive at the Kettering Rec Center Saturday night for Beavercreek’s SWOHSHL game against the Talawanda Braves.  It was Military Appreciation Night and the Beavers donned their new camo jerseys in recognition of this event.  We were blessed to have retired MSgt Cynthia Smalls sing the national anthem, while the Bellbrook Color Guard presented Old Glory.  We were also fortunate to have Colonel Ron Schwing in attendance to do the ceremonial puck drop.  On top of all of this, the Beavercreek High School Pep Band was in attendance and tried to blow the roof off of the building!  This all helped the Beavers who had their hands full with the SWOHSHL Gold Division leading Braves.  Creek did their best to match Talawanda’s intensity, but had a difficult time getting the puck on net.  They were finally rewarded in the third period when freshman Braden Cox slipped a shot past the Braves’ net minder on a pass from Cole Gutterman and PJ Kosir.  Gram Dohery was between the pipes for the Beavers and turned away 24 shots.  The next game on the docket for Beavercreek is a Sunday afternoon affair at 3:00 against the La Salle Lancers at the Kettering Rec Center.

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