Admirals Cup Round Two Recap
Dec 26, 2011
In the second round of the Admirals Cup, presented by the Bradley Corporation, Marquette and WNS won decisively in their winner’s bracket matchups, while Kettle Moraine and Germantown won their consolation bracket games.
The Cup continues with four games on Wednesday, December 28th, two at Wilson Park and two at the Bradley Center. The winner’s bracket games will be held at the BC as Brookfield faces Cedarburg at noon for the third place game while Marquette battles WNS at 2:46 pm in the championship game prior the Admirals 7:00 pm game versus the Chicago Wolves. The consolation games at Wilson Park will have Germantown Face off against Kettle Moraine at 1:00 pm for the consolation bracket championship and the Ice force play Arrowhead in the loser’s bracket of the consolation round earlier in the day at 11:00 am.
Marquette 6 Brookfield 1
The Brookfield Stars came out to an early lead on a Carter Jenkins goal, but would fall handily to the Marquette Hilltoppers as they went on to score six unanswered goals and win 6-1 at Wilson Park Monday morning. The stars of the game are Llaurado, Hanigan and Jeszka of the Hilltoppers, each having 2 goals and 3 assists
WNS 4 Cedarburg 0
With a spot still to be decided in the championship game of the Admirals Cup Cedarburg High School Bulldogs matched up against Whitefish Bay Nicolet Shorewood Storm on Monday afternoon. The Storm dominated as they would win by a score of 4-0. Goaltender Sean Leahy of WNS shutdown the Bulldogs offensive attack recording 42 saves in the game.
Greendale 4 Germantown 10
The Ice Bears started off strong scoring three times in the first period and never took their foot off the gas. Greendale scored once in the first to tie the game at 1-1, but never got into a good rhythm. Germantown added three more goals in the second period and four more in the third, while keeping the Ice Force from generating enough offense to allow them back in the game. Germantown’s Alec Fieldhack was the standout player of the game scoring three times for the hat trick.
Kettle Moraine 6 Arrowhead 2
In another determinedly lopsided consolation round game the Kettle Moraine Lasers started off the game strong scoring three unanswered goals in the first period and beginning of the second, only letting up a little in the second allowing Arrowhead their only two goals. The lasers answered the Warhawk goals with one more at the end of the second and finished with two more in the third period. Kettle Moraine goaltender, Quinn Disrud, played outstanding in front of the net allowing in only 2 goals on 30 shots.