Novi Catholic Central smothers Livonia Stevenson, 1-0
Novi Catholic Central, the top team in the state, once again showed off its stifling and disciplined defensive prowess with a 1-0 win over Livonia Stevenson on Saturday at Plymouth Township’s USA Hockey Arena.
CC tops both the Super 10 and Division 1 while Stevenson is ranked fourth in the Super 10 and third in Division 2.
Two Shamrocks goalies were asked to stop only 10 shots in sharing the shutout. Starter Zach Allen made three saves in 23 minutes and 19 seconds, and Stephen Sleva stopped seven shots in 27:41, after coming in shortly before the halfway point of the second period.
Mitch Morris scored the game’s only goal 2:12 into the second period.
Hartland 8, Orchard Lake St. Mary’s 4: Bernie Tervo had four goals and an assist to lead the Eagles at St. Mary’s Athletic Center in West Bloomfield Township on Saturday. Gabe Anderson and Trent Krause had a goal and three assists each.
Hartland is second in the Super 10 and first in D2; OLSM is 10th in the Super 10 and third in D1.
Cranbrook 4, UD-Jesuit 4: William Gilroy tied the game for UD-Jesuit with 6:57 left on Saturday at Hazel Park Arena. Gilroy also added an assist and Mark Lauro had two goals and an assist for the Cubs. Tyler Lee scored twice for Cranbrook.
Cranbrook is ranked third in D3; UD-Jesuit is sixth in the Super 10 and first in D3.
Brighton 4, Utica Eisenhower 2:Logan Mitchell and Will Jentz had a goal and an assist each as Bulldogs goalie Cade Roman made only eight saves at Brighton’s Kensington Valley Ice House on Saturday. Utica Eisenhower goalie Andrew Grewette was far busier, making 42 saves.
Brighton is fourth in D1 while Utica Eisenhoswer is 12th in D1.
Saginaw Heritage 5, Plymouth 3: Matthew Cole scored twice and Parker Severson had a goal and an assist for Saginaw Heritage on Saturday at the Arctic Edge in Canton.
Saginaw Heritage is third in the Super 10 and second in D1 while Plymouth is No. 8 in D2.
Byron Center 4, Brownstown 3 (SO): Rory Myers and Tanner Moore scored in the shootout for Byron Center Friday in the Michigan Public High School Hockey Showcase at the Chelsea Arctic Coliseum. Jacob Kornoelje scored twice for Brownstown.
Byron Center is ranked seventh in D1 while Browntown is fifth in D2.
Marquette 8, Birmingham Unified 1: Sean O’Connor had three goals and an assist Jakob Petersen a goal and three assists on Saturday in the Michigan Public High School Hockey Showcase at the Chelsea Arctic Coliseum.
Marquette is ninth in D2 while Birmingham Unified is 13th in D1.