Trey Herlitz-Ferguson (Mamaroneck): The senior forward scored the game-winning goal with 3:31 left in overtime Friday against Bethlehem in the Shaker/Colonie Thanksgiving Hockey Tournament at the Albany County Hockey Facility and was named player of the game. In the championship game against Christian Brothers Academy, the Tigers were down 1-0 when Herlitz-Ferguson scored three of the next four goals to give Mamaroneck a 4-2 lead. He also had one assist in the 7-5 win and was named tournament MVP.
Will Donovan (Pelham): He knotted the score 2-2 after the Pelicans were forced to pull the goalie in the final minute against Queensbury. He also came up with three assists over the weekend.
Brandon Fitzpatrick (Mahopac): The captain got eight goals and two assists to lead the Indians to a division title at the Icebreaker Championship.
Sean Henderson (Brewster): He was the leading scorer at the Icebreaker Tournament, scoring 13 goals in three games, six against Harvery, two against Mahopac and five against Yorktown.
Kevin Hill (Suffern): He came up with four goals in front of the alumni, propelling the Mounties to a 7-1 win over Iona Prep.
Matt Lipsky (Iona Prep): He gave the Gaels an early shot of confidence and finished a 2-0 upset win over defending CHSHL state champion St. Anthony’s with 27 saves.
Kevin McGee (White Plains): He finished with eight goals and five assists, helping the Tigers go 3-0 in their namesake tournament.
Andrew Schauer (Pelham):– He finished with four goals and two assists against Queensbury and Glens Falls, getting two short-handed goals.
David Rubenstein (Somers/North Salem): He played a big part in a 3-1 start with five goals and two assists.
Robert Van Raamsdonk (Harvey): He scored nine goals in three games at the Icebreaker Tournament over the weekend, including four in a win over Yorktown.
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