The Georgetown Prep Hoyas continued their winning streak with a 10-2 victory over Churchill. The Hoyas came out strong with a goal within the first minute of regular play, with more to follow shortly after. The Hoyas took a dominant lead after the first period with a 6-1 lead, making 6 out of their 8 shots on goal. The second period was quieter than the first, with both teams scoring a single goal. The game concluded with the Hoyas putting 3 goals into the back of the net without answer from Churchill, finalizing the score at 10-2 Some notable goals came from Maine native Alex Demers, scoring his first and second ever Prep goals, and James Flannery scoring 3. The Hoyas look to continue their winning streak with a victory this Friday in their first conference game against DeMatha at 5:00 in Laurel . Hoya Saxa
The Hoyas took on Gonzaga in their second game of the season this Friday. The Hoya’s offense came out strong scoring the first goal of the game after less than five minutes of playing time on a goal from sophomore Conner McMahon off an assist from cousin, sophomore Patrick Fitzgerald. The Hoya’s scored again in the first period on an unassisted breakout form senior James Flannery to put the Hoyas up 2-0, despite a strong offensive presence from Gonzaga. The second period was scoreless for both teams, despite a considerable amount of time in the penalty box for both sides. Prep had an opportunity to further their lead when Gonzaga went down a man with a 5 minute major penalty, but the Hoyas were unable to capitalize with two penalties of their own towards the latter half of Gonzaga’s major. The third period saw aggressive play from both sides, with Gonzaga and Prep both making numerous offensive drives, but the Hoyas would finish up the game with an empty net goal from Patrick Fitzgerald within the final minutes of the game to put the nail in the coffin for Gonzaga. Preps victory can be largely attributed to Junior goalie Elon Granston blocking 30 shots from Gonzaga, letting none in and propelling the Hoyas to victory. Hoya Saxa!
Your @GeorgetownPrep hockey team opened exhibition play with a 3-2 win over O’Connell. Patrick Fitzgerald picked up the first goal of the game and season at the 6:15 mark in the first period. O’Connel tied things up with 8:54 left in the second. The score remained tied until the 6:43 left in the third on a goal by senior, Cameron Bass, assisted by linemates Patrick Fitizgerald and James Flannery. O’Connell followed up with a tying goal almost immediately.
The highlight of the game began with 3:47 left in the game when the Little Hoyas were forced into a 3 on 5 penalty kill. After some great goal tending by junior Elon Grantson and gritty play by Prep’s penalty killers, the team got back to even with 1:47 left in the game. Patrick Fitzgerald put the game away with his second goal of the game off a pin point assist from junior Peter Roach with 1:05 left in the game.
Up next: Gonzaga 11/30 @ Cabin John #bluecollarhockey
We are excited about the upcoming season and looking forward to getting a jump on the 2018-1019 Prep Hockey Program. This is voluntary but a great way for the team to raise some money and leave you and your son with a little memento of his year.
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The Hoyas hit the ice for the IAC Playoffs after a tough end to the regular season which saw them fall 5-2 to O’Connell. The second half of the season was a rough stretch for the Hoyas as they have not had a full roster at all this season. In the semi-finals against St. Albans the Hoyas put all the adversity behind them and shutout a young but talented St. Albans team. Midway through the first, Davidson opened up the scoring with an assist by Scola. Late in the first, Cole added to the lead with a goal of his own assisted by Flannery and Prame. The Hoyas carried this momentum into the second as Davidson found the back of the net again, assisted by Scola and Chaconas. The Hoyas special teams unit would then go to work with 2 straight power play goals, both by Flannery (the first assisted by Cole and Fitzgerald & the second by Fitzgerald). The Hoyas would continue their second period dominance with a goal by Cole assisted by Fitzgerald. Davidson would complete his hat trick in dramatic fashion with a power play goal assisted by Fitzgerald with 2 seconds left in the second period. Will Boggs posted his third shutout of the year with two of the three coming against St. Albans. The Hoyas move on to the IAC Championship for the second year in a row and will have a rematch against Landon on Thursday at 4:00 in Rockville. Hoya Saxa!
By: Chris Lemmo
The night started with a ceremony to honor Seniors, Will Boggs, Daniel Cole, Michael Davidson and Nathanial Deleede. The Hoyas hit the ice with a slow start, but midway through the first period James Flannery broke the stalemate with a goal assisted by Michael Davidson and Matthew Scola. Bullis came back quickly to knott it at 1 before the first intermission. The Hoyas dominated the second period opening up the scoring parade with a goal by Alex Chaconas assisted by Pat Fitzgerald. A few minutes later James Flannery (assisted by Marco Nascone) went top shelf to increase the lead to 3-1. Just over a minute later Alex Chaconas would score again on the power play with an assist by James Flannery and Pat Fitzgerald. Alex Chaconas continued his career night two minutes later adding another goal to put the score at 5-1. Later in the second Alex Chaconas got his fourth goal of the evening with an assist by Nathanial Deleede. The Hoyas would tack on one more with a goal by Matthew Scola assisted by Nathanial Deleede before Bullis would score the final goal of the game. This 7-2 win was crucial after a tough stretch for the Hoyas that included losses against Gonzaga and Dematha in the last twogames. This big win brings the Hoyas back to 500 in league play and sets up the final and most critical game of the season so far against O’Connell next Tuesday. Hoya Saxa!
By: Chris Lemmo
It’s been many years since the Hoyas hosted Landon at the Cabin, and both schools came out in full force Friday night to mark this occasion. Over the years this game has developed into one of the premier rivalries in high school hockey in the DMV. The Cabin was loud and rocking as both teams hit the ice. Although the Hoyas dominated the first period in shots on goal they were unable to put anything on the board and went into the second period down 1-0. Early in the second the Hoyas knotted it up at 1-1 with a goal by James Flannery assisted by Alex Chaconas. The Bears wasted no time in taking the lead again scoring just seconds later to take a 2-1 advantage. Midway through the second Alex Chaconas was able to capitalize on a five minute major penalty for boarding to tie it at 2 on a power play goal. Back and forth play continued as Landon ended up back on top with a 3-2 lead at the end of the second period. Midway through the third the Bears looked to put the game away as they scored to go ahead 4-2. The Hoyas would not go down without a fight as they cut the lead to 1 on apower play goal by Alex Chaconas assisted by James Flannery. The Hoyas pulled the goalie to setup an exciting final seconds of the game but Landon put the game away with an empty net goal to extend their lead to 5-3. The Hoyas look to get back on track this week against West Potomac in a non-league game Wednesday and Gonzaga in a MAPHL game Friday at Cabin John at 6:30.
By: Chris Lemmo
Coming off two consecutive close losses in MAPHL play, Prep knew Tuesday night’s game was a must win. In the first period the Hoyas started out slow but managed to find the back of the net with three seconds left with a goal by Pat Fitzgerald assisted by Daniel Cole on the power play. Midway through the second the Hoyas would get on the board once again with another power play goal this time by James Flannery. The Hoyas would tally again just moments later on Pat Fitzgerald’s second goal of the evening assisted by DanielCole. The Hoyas continued to dominate the second period with another power play goal from James Flannery assisted by Daniel Cole. The Hoyas held a commanding 4-0 lead at the end of the second and eventually sealed the deal on a goal late in the third with a goal by James Flannery assisted by Daniel Cole to push the lead to 5. Senior Will Boggs posted his first shutout in league play saving the fifteen shots that went in his direction. The Hoyas pick up a crucial two points in the standing and move to 2-0 in the IAC and set their sights to a rematch of last years IAC Championship with Landon on Friday at the Cabin. Come cheer on the Hoyas, but if you can’t be rink side the game will be streamed live on Monumental Sports Network. Hoya Saxa!
By: Chris Lemmo
Georgetown Prep is proud to announce a partnership with the Washington Capitals and Monumental Sports Network. Monumental Sports Network is the premier source for local sports in the Washington and Baltimore metro areas. Monumental will be sending a camera crew and a team of broadcasters to five Hoya hockey games. These premier games will be against Landon (1/19 @ 6:30) at Cabin John, Gonzaga (1/26 @ 6:30) at Cabin John, DeMatha (1/31 @ 5:50) at Rockville, Bullis (2/2 @ 6:30) at Cabin John and O’Connell (2/6 @ 3:30) @ Kettler Capitals Iceplex. The entire Hoyas coaching staff is looking forward to this opportunity to showcase the talented Prep hockey team. “This is something we’ve had in the works for awhile and we’re glad to see it come to fruition. Our goal as coaches is to try and do what’s best for Georgetown Prep Hockey, and certainly a deal with the Caps and Monumental to stream Prep games does that,” Coach John said. To watch these games viewers will need to sign up for a free trial of Monumental Sports Network and can find the exact link on the Prep Hockey Facebook and instagram pages.
By: Chris Lemmo
For the second straight MAPHL game the Hoyas found themselves behind early as they struggled to get going out of the gate. The Hoyas spent most of the first period in their own zone, and were fortunate to only give up one goal before the end of the period. Less than a minute into the second period Spalding struck again to extend their lead. The Hoyas finally began to sense some urgency and cut the lead in half with a big goal by Pat Fitzgerald from Alex Chaconas and Connor McMahon. Although the Hoyas dominated time of possession and nearly doubled up Spalding in the number of shots, Spalding was able to score twice more to extend the lead to 4-1. The Hoyas would start off on the comeback trail late in the second with a power play deflection goal by Pat Fitzgerald assisted by Daniel Cole. During the middle of the second the Hoyas would find the back of the net again with a goal by Alex Chaconas assisted by Michael Davidson on the power play to cut the lead to one. With less than two minutes remaining and the Hoyas buzzing in the offensive zone Daniel Cole tied it with an assist by Alex Chaconas and Jack Donovan. The Hoyas looked like they were going to come away with a valuable point in the MAPHL standings until Spalding scored with 40 seconds left to stun the Hoyas. The Hoyas move on to rivalry week with two IAC/MAPHL matchups against St. Alban’s on Tuesday and Landon on Friday.
By: Chris Lemmo