2012 OHSAA State Ice Hockey
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University School (22-8-3) vs. Lakewood St. Edward (19-2-3)
Saturday, March 10
Northview (29-1-3) vs. Olentangy Orange (34-8)
Saturday, March 10
School/St. Edward Winner vs. Northview/Orange Winner
Sunday, March 11
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Nationwide Arena, Columbus – Saturday,
March 10, Noon
Lakewood St. Edward Rallies to Defeat
Hunting Valley University School 3-2 in Overtime
Lakewood St. Edward 3, Hunting Valley University School 2, (OT)
Game Statistics ]
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The 2012 OHSAA ice hockey state tournament began
Saturday afternoon at Nationwide Arena with two state powerhouses facing
off. After handing record-setting No. 1 Cleveland St. Ignatius its only
loss of the season last Saturday in the district finals, Lakewood St.
Edward found itself trailing Hunting Valley University School 2-0 after
two periods and relied on an Alex Norton goal in the last two minutes of
regulation to force a sudden-death overtime and win 3-2 in the first
semifinal game of the day.
Much like the previous eight tournament games these two teams played
where they allowed a combined seven total goals, the first period was
dominated by defense and ended in a scoreless tie. However, University
School wasted no time getting on the scoreboard in the second when
senior assistant captain Connor Judson scored on a power play just 1:16
into the period. He was assisted on the goal by Kevin DeGulis. Preppers’
senior captain Matt Wipper then scored another power play goal, with the
assist coming from Judson, 3:13 into the period. The remainder of the
period featured 13 saves recorded by seniors Sam Althans (7- HVUS) and
Logan Galati (6-LSE). Althans and Galati would finish the game with 20
After the second intermission the Eagles found their offense when senior
Matt Geib found the back of the net 2:50 into the third period of play.
He was assisted on the goal by junior Gabe Lampron and senior
Christopher Hoy. With time running out, Eagles’ senior Alex Norton
scored the tying goal with 1:19 left in the game to force a sudden death
overtime. With 21.2 remaining on the clock, Lampron sent the Eagles back
to the championship game for the second consecutive year with an
University School, which was making its 10th state appearance, finishes
the season 23-10-3. Lakewood St. Edward, the 2011 state runner-up,
returns to the state championship game and will play the winner of
Sylvania Northview and Lewis Center Olentangy Orange, Sunday at 11:00
Team… 1 2 3 OT F
LSE… 0 0 2 1 3
HVU… 0 2 0 0 2
HVU- 20 C. Judson A:14 K. DeGulis
HVU- 25 M. Wipper A: 20 C. Jusdon
LSE- 16 M. Geib A: 23 G. Lampson; 17 C. Hoy
LSE- 19 A. Norton A: 2 C. King 17 C. Hoy
LSE- 23 G. Lampson A: None
Goaltenders(Saves/Shots on Goal)
LSE- L. Galati (20/22)
HVU- S. Althans (20/23)
LSE - 5
Nationwide Arena, Columbus – Saturday, March 10, 3:00 p.m.
Sylvania Northview Rolls to State
Wildcats score six times in defeating Olentangy Orange, 6-0
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Sylvania Northview took advantage of every
scoring opportunity to defeat Olentangy Orange 6-0, in the second 2012
OHSAA ice hockey state semifinal game Saturday at Nationwide Arena.
Northview (30-1-3) scored once in the first period, twice in the second
and three times in the third, while Orange couldn’t find an answer
defensively. Leading the scoring for the Wildcats was senior Zach Felser
with two goals. Senior Dalton Carter had one goal and three assists and
freshman Ian Clement, junior Drew Crandall and junior Xavier Sudlow each
had one goal.
The Wildcats outshot Orange 37 to 10, taking advantage eight Pioneer
penalties. Three of Northview’s six goals came on the power-play. The
other three came while the Wildcats were short-handed.
Sylvania Northview has advanced to the state championship game to face
Lakewood St. Edward (20-12-3), which advanced in semifinal game one with
a 3-2 overtime victory over Hunting Valley University School. The
Wildcats will be looking to win their first state title in their fifth
championship game appearance.
Olentangy Orange ends its season with a 34-9 record after making its
first appearance in the state semifinals.
Team… 1 2 3 F
SN…. 1 2 3 6
OO…. 0 0 0 0
SN – I. Clement, A: B. Storer (PP)
SN – Z. Felser, A: J. Koback, D. Carter (PP)
SN – Z. Felser, A: D. Carter (SH)
SN – D. Crandall, A: D Carter (SH)
SN – D. Carter (unassisted, SH)
SN – X. Sudlow, A: I. Clement (PP)
Goaltenders: (Saves/Shots on Goal)
SN – P. Bowels (10/10 )
OO – C. Horvath (27/32 ); C. Green (4/5)
SN – 5
OO – 8
2012 State Championship
Nationwide Arena, Columbus – Sunday, March 11, 11:00 a.m.
Sylvania Northview Wins First State
Wildcats down Lakewood St. Edward 5-2 in championship game
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Sylvania Northview’s stout defense and unselfish
offensive play were on display in its 5-2 victory over Lakewood St.
Edward Sunday at Nationwide Arena in the 2012 OHSAA state ice hockey
The title is Northview’s (31-1-3) first in five previous trips to the
Northview senior goaltender Austin Gryca, under constant pressure the
entire game, was impressive in the crease for the Wildcats. Gryca
finished the day with 24 saves on 26 shots on goal.
The Wildcats scored 1:15 into the game on a pass from senior Zach Felser
to sophomore Cody Estrel. Estrel would later score late in the period
assited by Felser and sophomore Jacob Koback to give Northview a 2-0
lead after one period.
Northview’s offense would begin again early in the second period on a
goal by junior Drew Crandall. The goal came 2:22 into the period on a
power-play for the Wildcats.
Northview would go on to score twice more in the third period on goals
by senior Dalton Carter and an empty-net goal by junior Nick LaPlante.
St. Edward’s two goals were scored in the third period by junior Gabe
Lampron. The Eagles (20-13-3) finish as state runner-up for the second
year in a row and fourth time overall.
Team… 1 2 3 F
SN 2 1 2 5
SE 0 0 2 2
SN – C. Estrel, A: Z. Felser
SN – C. Estrel, A: Z. Felser, J. Koback
SN – D. Crandall (unassisted)
SN – D. Carter, A: N. LaPlante, B. Storer (PP)
SE – G. Lampron, A: C. Hoy, A. Norton
SE – G. Lampron, A: M. Geib
SN – N. LaPlante (unassisted, empty-net)
Goaltenders: (Saves/Shots on Goal)
SN – A. Gryca (24/26)
SE – L. Galati (13/17)
SN – 2
SE - 4