BHA goalies Denny, Wood turn heads
BRATTLEBORO — As the calendar changed to November, the Brattleboro Hockey Association's two Mite level entries in the Greater Springfield League took on the Holy Name Mite teams On Saturday at the Olympia Ice Center in West Springfield, Mass.
Colby Robinson had the hot hand, scoring multiple goals as the Mite Blue Hawks took on the Holy Name Green Stars. Lighting the lamp along with Robinson were Matai Engel, Deveon Wilkins and Liam Quail. Senji Kimura was huge in the nets, making 13 stops. Sammy Lyford made key contributions on the defense. Axton Crowley and Sienna Crowell both hustled after the puck and got into position.
On Sunday, the Mite White Hawks rode the 24 save effort of goaltender Jordan Denny to their good showing against the Holy Name Black Stars. On the offensive end of the ice, Jaydon Denny and Alex Fortier had multi-goal games whileVinny Doell and Dominic McKay also found the back of the net. Allie Cleveland scored her first goal. Damian Bliss peppered the Holy Name goalie with shots as Broden Bassler distributed the biscuit, collecting multiple assists.
At the Preseason High School Midget level, Brattleboro collected wins against Holy Name and the Franklin County Hockey Association.
In Saturday's home contest against Holy Name, Dmitri Seger led the way with a hat trick and Austin Wood collected a shutout as the Hawks posted a 6-0 victory over the Green Stars.
On Sunday, the Hawks fell behind 1-0 to FCHA in the first period and stormed back with three goals in the second period while recording a 5-1 win against the Greenwave Warriors. Defenseman Riley Patnode's blast from the point tied the game, Alex Hudon pushed home the go-ahead goal and Gabe Heiden added two insurance markers before Jakob Curtiss sealed it for the Hawks. The win pushed the Hawks record to 8-1, good enough for the top spot in the GSL Midget standings.
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