A short bench sent the JV Calvert Hall Ice Cards to College Park to take on DeMatha Catholic. Seth Rollison continued his Bobby Orr esque stick handling to net a hat trick & Connor Chelf added a blue line clapper as well. Young, M. Bahr, D. Bahr, King & Tilghman would add assists. Nick Sackleh had 42 saves to keep the visiting Cards in the game.
JV Ice Cards back in action after Thanksgiving break with their first home MIAA league tilt against St. Paul's. Scoreless after one period, the Cardinals strike early in the second with a laser from Seth Rollison. That was just what the white sweaters needed as the scoring would insue, Zach Dooley would add four goals with help from Ethan Post, Matt Bahr, Caleb Fisher, & and another from Rollison. Chris Lavalle & Ethan Post each picked up two assists, Eric Leitch, Andrew Morgan, Connor Chelf, & Dom Bahr each added single helpers as well.
Defense coach "Peppy" Armetta continues to be impressed with the freshman pairing of David McDonald & Cameron Young on the blueline. Coach was overheard praising their grit & determination in the lobby as he was signing autographs.
Road trip to College Park next week for the Cards vs. DeMatha.
Calvert Hall JV ties Boys Latin varsity 3-3. Ice Cards got the scoring started 6 seconds into game on a snip by junior Zach Dooley. Freshman Ethan Post would assist on that tally & another from Dooley later in the game. Late in the third period trailing 3-2, junior Seth Rollison would feed a blue line pass to junior Eric Leitch who ripped a wrist shot bardown to tie the game. Calvert Hall was oversized against the Lakers but kept on fighting shift after shift. Freshamn goalie Nick Sackleh stood on his head in the net stopping 32 of the 35 shots faced. Good game men. Enjoy the Thanksgiving break, back at it next Wednesday at home in MIAA league action versus cross town rival St. Paul's.
Calvert Hall College High School is a private Catholic college preparatory high school for boys, located in Baltimore, Maryland. Our mission is to foster Men of intellect, Men of faith, and Men of integrity in the Lasallian tradition.