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The Sailors Drop to FHNE In The Second Roung of MHSAA Playoffs.

The season came to an end for the Sailors after losing 6-1 to Forest Hills Northern Eastern in the semi finals of the regional tournament. Shores lone goal was scored by Spencer Anderson and assisted by Dylan Fitzgerald and Cole Meyers. The Sailors end the season with a 6-20-1 record.

By: Emma Taylor

 


Sailors Down West Catholic To Set Up Rematch With FHNE

In hopes to extend their season, Shores beat Grand Rapids West Catholic 5-1 in the pre-regional opener. Erick Hannahs opened the scoring for the Sailors in the first period. Connor Winegar and Spencer Anderson both scored in the second period for a 3-0 Sailor lead. The Falcons scored a minute into the third, but Jager Kelly and Hannahs put the game away with third-period goals. Shores’ Brendan Sullivan saved 36 of 37 shots. Shores’ next game is Thursday night at 7 when they will face off against Forest Hills North Eastern at Lakeshore.


By:Emma Taylor


Sailors Drop Hard Fought Battle to GRCC In Final Regular Season Game.

Looking to beat GRCC for the second time this season, Shores lost 3-1. GRCC scored with 15 seconds left in the first and then twice in the second. With just a couple minutes left in the game, Ryan Wolf scored for the Sailors. The Sailors start pre-regionals and will take on West Catholic Tuesday at 7:30 at Lakeshore.

By: Emma Taylor

 


Short Handed Sailors Fall to Grandville

Despite an early 1-0 lead, the Sailors fell to Grandville 10-3. Cayden Mollema scored to put the Sailors on the board right away, but Grandville scored the next five goals. Brendan McNarland scored just before the end of the second period to make it 5-2. However, the Bulldogs scored twice early in the third period to take a 7-2 lead before Spencer Anderson’s goal made it 7-3. The Bulldogs would score the final three goals of the game. The Sailors next game is tomorrow against GRCC at 4 at Lakeshore.

 

By: Emma Taylor


Sailors Come Back to Beat GRCC in OT

Against state-ranked Grand Rapids Catholic Central, the Sailors’ Connor Winegar scored 1:06 into overtime to give Shores a 3-2 victory. After GRCC took a 2-0 lead 7 minutes into the second period, the Sailors’ Erick Hannahs scored a goal in both the second and third periods to tie the score at 2. Shores’ Brendan Sullivan stopped 31 of 33 shots.

 

By: Emma Taylor


Sailors fall to East Grand Rapids 8-1 on Valentines Day

Tied 1-1 after the first period, East Grand Rapids scored seven unanswered goals to run away with an 8-1 victory over Shores. After the Pioneers took a 1-0 lead, Colby Hannan scored to put Shores on the board. After that, it was all EGR, which scored four goals in the second period and three in the third period. The Sailors next game is Friday at 7:30 against where they will take on the Cougars from Grand Rapids Catholic Central at South Side.

By: Emma Taylor


Sailors get second win in a row defeting Romoe 3-2

Looking to start a win streak, the Sailors were able to pull off a win against Romeo 3-2. After Romeo took a quick 1-0 lead, Brendan McNarland put  the Sailors on the board, and Connor Winegar followed with a goal to give Shores the lead. Erick Hannahs scored in the second period to increase the lead to 3-1. Romeo managed a goal in the middle of the third period. The Sailors next game is Wednesday at 7:30 where they will take on East Grand Rapids at Lakeshore.

by: Emma Taylor

 


Sailors Sink the Tars from Anchor Bay

After being down 2-1 going into the second period, the Sailors beat Anchor Bay 6-4. Noah Bathrick started the scoring 2 minutes into the game, but Anchor Bay got two goals before the end of the first. In the second period, Dylan Fitzgerald scored his first varsity goal to tie the score. Matt Martin and Colby Hannan both scored to put the Sailors up by two goals; however; Anchor Bay narrowed the gap by the end of the second period. Entering the third period with a 4-3 lead, Shores picked up goals from Cayden Mollema and Connor Winegar in the third, and Anchor Bay would only score once, allowing the Sailors to take the win 6-4. The Sailors next game is tomorrow at 11:30 against Romeo at the Arctic Coliseum.

by: Emma Taylor


Sailors not able to hold on and fall to Grand Haven

After being tied 1-1 early in the third period, the Sailors fell to Grand Haven 5-1. Grand Haven took a 1-0 lead in the first period, and after neither team scored in the second period, the Sailors' Matt Martin scored just 58 seconds into the third period. However, the Bucs would score the game's final four goals, all in the final four minutes. The Sailors travel to Chelsea this weekend to play in the Public School Showcase at the Arctic Coliseum.

By: Emma Taylor


Sailors fall to Grand Rapids Christian

Despite tying the score 3-3 midway through the second period, the Sailors lost to Grand Rapids Christian 10-5. GR Christian jumped on top 2-0 after one period, but Erick Hannahs got the Sailors on the board just 46 seconds into the second period. However, Christian regained its two-goal lead minutes later. The Sailors would get back-to-back goals from Dylan Dieselberg and Spencer Anderson to tie the score at 3-3. Unfortunately, Christian would get three more goals before the end of the second period, making the score 6-3. Jager Kelly would get a goal a minute into the third period, but Christian would answer with four goals to go up 10-4. Caleb Boes would get Shores one more goal 30 seconds before the end of the game. Mona Shores take on Grand Haven Friday at 7:30 at Lakeshore.

by: Emma Taylor


Sailors fall just short on rebound game at Forest Hills Central

With the chance to avenge Wednesday’s 3-1 loss to Forest Hills Central, Shores entered the third period tied at 3-3 Saturday night. Unfortunately, the Rangers would score the periods only goal to beat the Sailors 4-3. Erick Hannahs scored with 4 minutes left in the first period for a 1-0 lead. The Rangers scored two quick goals before the 15 minute-mark in the second period, but Hannahs scored another goal to knot the score at 2. FHC scored again to go ahead 3-2; however, Justin Winegar would get the Sailors back into the tie at the end of the second period. The Rangers scored with just 5 minutes left in the game for the final score. Shores takes on The Eagles of Grand Rapids Christian Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. at Lakeshore.

By: Emma Taylor


Sailors come up short to Forest Hills Central.

Looking for back-to-back wins, the Sailors came up short to Forest Hills Central, 3-1. FHC went on top 1-0 after they scored a goal just two minutes into the game; however, freshman Andrew Taylor scored his first goal of his varsity career less than two minutes later to get the Sailors on the board. FHC would score again before the end of the first, making the score 2-1. Neither team scored in the second period, but FHC scored with three minutes left in the game for the final margin. The Sailors will take on Forest Hills Central again on Saturday at 8 p.m. at Patterson Ice Center.

By: Emma Taylor


The Sailors travel north and take down TC Central 5-3

In the return of Andrew Swirczek who had been out since the start of the season with a broken ankle, the Sailors defeated Traverse City Central 5-3 behind Erick Hannahs' one goal and four assists. The game started with a goal from TCC; however, Shores' Spencer Anderson scored with 4 minutes left in the first to tie the game at one. The score would stay even until Matt Martin got the Sailors on top 6 minutes into the second period. At the beginning of the third period, the Trojans scored just 20 seconds in to tie the score at two, but Anderson scored just 33 seconds later. The Trojans scored at the 9 minute-mark to tie the game again, but Erick Hannahs scored less than two minutes later to get the Sailors back on top. Connor Winegar scored with 4 minutes left in the game. Goalie Brendan Sullivan had 34 saves on 37 shots. The Sailors will next take on the Rangers of Forest Hills Central at Lakeshore this Wednesday at 7:30.  

By: Emma Taylor


First place Bulldogs too much for the Sailors to handle

The Sailors faced off against a very strong, first place Grandville team with a 13-1 record going into the game. The Sailors started the game tough and played well together all throughout the first period only allowing Grandville to score one goal. The second period started 1-0, and after Grandville scored two goals before the 7 minute mark, Connor Winegar got the Sailors their first goal of the game. Grandville scored one more goal right before the end of the second period making the score 4-1 going into the third. Grandville scored less than 2 minutes into the 3rd period, but Shores came right back when Caleb Boes scored just 24 seconds after. The Sailors battle the first half of the third period hoping to level the score, but after Grandville scored 3 goals between the 8 and 10 minute mark, the Sailors just couldn't hang on, allowing them to score one more goal before the end of the game. The final score of the game was 9-2 with Grandville on top. The Sailors next game is this coming Saturday in Traverse City against the Trojans of Traverse City Central.

By: Emma Taylor


Sailors drop game to cross town rival Reeths Puffer

The Sailors came into the game looking to beat their #1 rival, the Rockets of Reeths-Puffer. The start of the first period was a pretty even game, but the Sailors fell behind after allowing Reeths-Puffer to score three goals within three minutes of each other starting at the 9-minute mark.The second period started in the favor of the Rockets after they scored two more goals before the 4-minute mark, one of them just 22 seconds into the period. After being down 5-0 most of the second period, Mark Mills finally got the Sailors on the board. The second period would end 5-1, but the Sailors would open the third period with a goal from Spencer Anderson and then a goal from Erick Hannahs to make the score 5-3. The Sailors would battle hard toward the end of the third, but Puffer scored on a breakaway with just 5 minutes left in the game and then an empty net goal with only a couple minutes left. The Sailors could not come back, losing to Reeths-Puffer 7-3.

By: Emma Taylor


Friday Night Games:

6:00 PM Game #1

Teams 1st 2nd 3rd Final
Portage Central 1 2 0 3
GR Christian 3 3 2 8

8:00 PM Game #2

Teams 1st 2nd 3rd Final
Mona Shores 0 2 0 2
East Kentwood 1 2 2 5

Saturday Games:

2:00 PM Consolation Game #3

Teams 1st 2nd 3rd Final
Mona Shores 1 3 1 5
Portage Central 0 0 1 1

4:00 PM Championship Game #4

Teams 1st 2nd 3rd Final
East Kentwood 0 0 2 2
GR Christian 1 2 0 3

Grand Rapids Christian 2018 Stan Konrad Champions


Grand Rapids Christian 2018 Stan Konrad Champions

2018 Stan Konrad All Tournament Team

School Number Name
Portage Central 19 Mitchell Ely
Mona Shores 29 Brendan Sullivan
East Kentwood 18 Brady Strabel
G.R. Christian 10 TJ VanLaan
G.R. Christian 6 Kavanaugh Kane

2018 Stan Konrad Tournament MVP

From Grand Rapids Christian #4

Graham Kormash




Upcoming events and dates

We will be meeting in the locker room on Saturday 10/21/17 at 9am to clean and get everything ready for the upcoming season please plan on showing up to help out.

There will be two conditioning skates next week Tuesday and Thursday from 3:30 to 5:00 for all players getting ready for tryouts on the 30th.

 

Wow here it is October already!!
Just a quick reminder of things coming up and preparations that are underway.

 

Tryouts dates are as follows:
Monday October 30th @ 3:30pm 
Tuesday October 31st @ 3:30pm
Wednesday November 1st @ 3:30pm
Remember you will need to have an update physical form completed and filed in the AD's off to be allowed on the ice.

There will be a parent meeting on Thursday November 2nd for all parents of players making the team.

Also there will be a team dinner on Wednesday November 8th.

We will be meeting in the locker room on Saturday 10/21/17 to clean and get everything ready for the upcoming season please plan on showing up to help out.

There will be more to follow in the next few weeks.



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