Monday, May 31, 2010
AAU's Iron Fist
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Here is tournament director extraordinaire Matt "Diddle" Didier.
Matt has worked his way up the ranks from scorekeeper, officiating and now working on the big stage as a TD. Great job Matt. Keep up the good work!
Las Vegas Aces take it home!!!
1:48 pm pdt Comments
The Bantam A Aces finished 5th in the round robin but with some solid goaltending from Brandon Corsatea they beat High Rollers 3-0 in the final. Congratulations!
Raw Steel Championship party!!!
1:41 pm pdt Comments
The Tour Raw Steel program has locked up 4 AAU West Coast Championships. The Midget A group was the latest to take home the title.
Congratulations to Tony, Bruce and the entire program.
Friday, May 28, 2010
Updated AAU Schedule
3:06 pm pdt Comments
Due to the 91 freeway shut down for most of afternoon we have decided to move all games (after 12pm) to tomorrow at HB Inline. Please email Trish at [email protected]
with any questions or you can call Corona Inline at 951-279-RINK. Please check the new schedules
Thursday, May 13, 2010
AAU West Coast Nationals.....
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Coming soon to 'The Rinks Corona Inline'. The event will feature Atoms up to Mens (with Women division as well) and will be held Friday, May 28th through Monday, May 31. The High School Championships will be held the same weekend at 'The Rinks HB Inline' and could also host overflow if needed. Have you registered your team yet? The deadline is next week, May 21st. Click here for tournament packet
See you there!!!!
Wednesday, May 5, 2010
Check out the new Standings!!!
11:47 pm pdt Comments
We added WINNING PERCENTAGE to the Standings... Find out where you stack up.....
Monday, May 3, 2010
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What a beautiful weekend in Escondido.....
2:08 pm pdt Comments
San Diego teams littered their own back yard this weekend in Escondidio. We also had 4 teams from the new Reebok HB program with scout leaders Ron Alexander, Jeff Fellabella and Skyler Hoar. We even had a Nor Cal draw with Team Redline making it all the way down south.
The event started Saturday morning with the Atom division. Our first matchup of the day was San Diego Rockets Red versus San Diego Rockets Black. We played 30 minutes and still couldn't decide a winner as they finished with a 3-3 tie. The Reebok Jr Ducks Eschelon would dominate the Reebok HB team. They would not look back compiling a 29-5 goals for/goals against in the round robin. The Rockets Red (1-1-1) would come out as the second seed as they would have a better goals against with only 17 goals against while the Rockets Blacl (1-1-1) gave up 19 goals in round robin. The championship would feature those Rockets versus the undefeated Ducks. The Rockets jumped out to a 3-1 lead late in the first before Avery Riva put one in late with 33 seconds left. The Ducks came out furious in the second period scoring three times in the first 4 minutes. They would finish strong and take come the top WIHA medal with a 7-3 win. Top scorer was Corey Mater from the Ducks with 9 goals and 3 assists in the round robin. Top goalie awards went to Kurt Yano from the Ducks with 22 saves on 27 shots and a save percentage of 83%.
The Mite division would feature two Reebok HB teams and two San Diego teams. The Rockets compiled a 3-0 record in the round robin while Reebok HB 99 would go 2-1. These would be the two teams to meet in the final. When the teams met in the round robin, the Rockets came out victorious with a 7-4 win. The final would be much different as the game was close all game. The Rockets took a 5-4 lead with 5:23 left in the second. They hung on for a few minutes until Joey Lambur, from Reebok HB(who at that point had scored a natural hat trick), took over and scored two more goals in the remaining 2 minutes lifting Reebok HB to the title with a 6-5 victory. Joey was top scorer as well with 6 goals in the round robin while Jared Labedie from Reebok 00 was top goalie with a 35 saves on 51 shots.
The Squirt division would start Sunday morning and would feature 5 teams. Each team had at least 1 win with The San Diego Rockets and San Diego Stingrays facing off in a game with the winner going to the final versus the powerful San Diego Selects. Ray Kinsey's hat trick in the game would lead the Rays to a 3-2 victory. The final would prove to be much too difficult for them to keep the streak going as they went up against the Selects. The Selects threw everything but the kitchen sink at Stingrays goalie Evan Medeiros to take home the 1st place medal. Alex Pelletier from the Selects was top goalie with a save percentage of .78%. Top sniper was Nate Kallen and his 5 goals and 3 assists.
The Pee Wee division would feature 4 teams and three of them finishing with 2 points in the round robin. We have to go to the board to determine who was moving on. The Thunder gave up only 12 goals while the Snipers gave up 13. The Stingrays finished undefeated in the RR with a 3-0 record. They would continue their undefeated streak finishing off the Thunder 6-2 in the final. The Stingrays also had the top goalie as Daniel Farwell stopped 26 of 29 shots. Drew Orr of the Rays was top scorer with 8 points (5 goals, 3 assists)
The Bantam division would Raw Steel, Anarchy and two Stingray teams. The Anarchy and Raw Steel would come out in the final. They would dominate the Anarchy from start to finish 8-2 taking home the title. Zane Weber and his 5 goals and 4 assists would lead the way in top scorer area. Top goalie was David Mastro stopping all but 2 of his shots in the round robin.
The Midget division would 6 teams from all over So Cal. 11 games played and all games were very close with the largest margin of victory being 4 goals. The San Diego Selects and and San Diego Selects Bantam AA clubs would be the top seeds for each respective bracket. The Selects BTM AA club would be upset in the Semis losing 5-1 to the Stingrays BTM AA club. The Selects Midget club would hang on to beat the Stingrays Midget club 7-5 in the semis. The Selects were much too strong for the Stingrays BTM AA club handling them 7-1 in the final. Stingrays goalie, Kian Parsa, won the top award with his .784 save percentage. Top scorer was Stingrays BTM AA, Adam Durkee, with 9 goals and 2 assists.
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