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February 20, 1995 | By David T. Shaw, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Unionville coach Mac McGarry had been saying for weeks that no one on the Indians ice hockey team wanted an Inter-County League Division A (small-size school) title more than defenseman Brian Smith. On Friday night at Ice Line, Smith and his teammates got it. The Indians, in their final regular-season game, posted an 8-3 victory over Radnor and took home the division trophy - and with it, a berth in the Flyers Cup tournament at the Tier III level. The Indians, who needed a win or tie going in, finished atop the division with a 10-1-1 record, a point better than runner-up St. Pius X at 10-2.
SPORTS
March 24, 1999 | By Joe Santoliquito, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Malvern Prep had a problem with La Salle the last two years in ice hockey. The Friars had been 0-5-1 against La Salle, and 0-1-1 this season without junior center Chase Watson. Last night, Watson scored two goals and assisted on another and Malvern erased two years of frustration by exploding for five second-period goals en route to a 6-4 victory over La Salle in the Flyers Cup Class AAA quarterfinals game. The game was played in front of more than 1,000 fans who were jammed into the Ice Line rink in West Chester.
SPORTS
March 26, 2007 | By Chris Goldberg FOR THE INQUIRER
Haverford High completed a momentous hat trick yesterday. T.J. Haeberle scored three goals as the Fords held off Washington Township, 7-6, to claim their third straight Class AA Flyers Cup championship at the Wachovia Spectrum. Haeberle, the tournament's top scorer, and tourney Most Valuable Player Chris Campli combined for five goals and two assists. Each scored shorthanded goals early in the third period to give the Fords (19-2) a 6-3 lead. The Minutemen (14-3-2), who earlier roared back from a 3-0 deficit to tie it, 3-3, scored three times in the last five minutes to make the final score close.
SPORTS
April 9, 1997 | By Ira Josephs, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Maybe the college coaches will start visiting more often. Maybe they'll store the names of Philadelphia-area scholastic ice hockey players in their memory banks. And why not? The Philadelphia Junior Flyers finished as the nation's third-best team at the United States National Tier 1 championships last week in Marlboro, Mass. The tournament is a showcase for some of the country's best players under 19. "We were getting all kinds of comments about the Philadelphia-area kids," said John Graves, the team's general manager and the Malvern Prep coach.
SPORTS
March 27, 2003 | By Joe Santoliquito INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Members of the Malvern Prep ice hockey team sat in their locker room looking at each other last night before their Flyers Cup AAA championship game against La Salle at the First Union Spectrum. They knew what was at stake before they took the ice, and they didn't want to say anything that would jinx their chances. The teams played a taut game before Malvern Prep's Chris Campanale scored in the third period to give the Friars a 2-1 victory. When the teams met in the regular season, Malvern Prep posted a 1-0 win. The victory made Malvern Prep the first team to win three straight AAA titles.
NEWS
March 24, 2011 | By Matt Breen, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Wally Muehlbronner doesn't see goalie Nick DiSimone as a 14-year-old boy, but instead as a mature player who brings what the La Salle ice hockey coach said is a great approach and mental mind-set to the game. It was the final week of the season when the Explorers turned to DiSimone in goal, as Muehlbronner said it felt like the right decision to make. His instincts paid off. The freshman led the Explorers to their third Class AAA Flyers Cup in four seasons and a berth in Saturday's state-championship game against Penguins Cup winner Upper St. Clair at 4 p.m. at Ice Line in West Chester.
SPORTS
March 20, 1997 | By Ira Josephs, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
No longer the eternal understudy, Dan O'Donnell is enjoying life as goalie of the year. The Episcopal Academy senior has played a gigantic role for the Churchmen, who took a 21-0 record into the Flyers Cup tourney. In his first year as a starter, O'Donnell owns a 19-0 record, a goals-against average of 2.08, and a save percentage of 90. He also was a member of the Eastern League all-star team. The Churchmen opened Flyers Cup play last night against Conestoga at Ice Line, near West Chester.
SPORTS
November 21, 1994 | By David T. Shaw, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
West Chester Henderson, the Inter-County League's turnaround team of the season, had been trampling its opponents lately, but Friday night at Ice Line, it was severely tested by Division AA rival Conestoga. The Warriors survived with a 10-6 victory, moving to 6-1 in the league with their sixth straight victory. But the game also proved that the Warriors - who were 1-14 last season - are not going to skate unchallenged to a division title. Henderson found itself in a battle with the Pioneers to the very end. The Warriors were ahead, 4-1, in the second period, but allowed Conestoga to tie the game at 4-4. At one point in the third period, the Warriors trailed, 6-5. Things could have disintegrated further when Conestoga went on a power play, but Henderson turned the game around at that point, getting a shorthanded goal from Jim Henry to tie at 5-5. Two minutes later, they went ahead on Dan Markle's score.
NEWS
March 20, 1995 | By David T. Shaw, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Fifty-four seconds remained in Thursday night's game when Downingtown goalie Travis Sinden sprinted to the bench, his team trailing, 2-1, to Monsignor Bonner in the second game of a best-of-three final for the Eastern League title. Pulling Sinden for the extra skater was a last-ditch effort by Downingtown - which had lost the series opener, 4-0, last Monday - and the Whippets were hoping for a miracle of sorts, the kind they found back in January when they were down a goal to Bonner, pulled Sinden, and scored with 3 seconds remaining to forge a tie. Thursday, it didn't happen.
SPORTS
March 31, 2003 | By Joe Santoliquito INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
The Radnor ice hockey team kept a secret to itself after losing to Serra Catholic last year in the Pennsylvania Cup Class A state championship game. The Red Raiders knew they would be back. They also knew they would win. Radnor let the secret out yesterday. The Red Raiders ended Westmont's fairy-tale season with their 2-1 victory at Ice Line in West Chester. The Red Raiders (25-1) became the first Class A team from the East to win a Pennsylvania Cup title since Haverford High in 1992, and the first Eastern team to win a state title since Conwell-Egan in 1999.
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