Wednesday, April 16th
Fenwick High School
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Sean and his family will travel to Ohio in February for the final two weeks of training!!!
Many thanks to all that contributed!
Starting Tuesday, April 1st through Sunday, June 15th at the Edge in Bensenville (all slots at Jefferson West)
Cost: $375 per player. Please make checks payable to FHS Hockey. Please mail payment to:
163 N. Maple Ave.
Elmhurst, IL 60126
The format will consist of skill-specific drills, high-tempo drills, small-area games and four on four scrimmages.
· The Tuesday session will consist of a position-specific structure whereby Defensemen, Forwards and Goalies will be split up for the first 45 minutes of the session.
· Thursday’s session will consist of high-tempo drills and small-area games.
· Sunday’s session we will split the groups and play 4 on 4.
· Dry land training schedule will be posted at a later date.
7th Graders, Incoming Freshmen and Current Freshmen Schedule*
*times subject to change
Please contact Virgil Rutili at 312-282-6091 or email@example.com with questions. For updates to the schedule please visit the Fenwick Hockey Website at www.fenwickfriarhockey.com. Payment must be received before player takes the ice.
New players to the program must complete the following forms and email to:
Consent to Treat
Incoming Player Information Sheet
In a game that came down to the final minutes, JV Black lost the Illinois State Championship hockey battle with the Providence Celtics 4-1. The Friar defense played one of their best games of the year, frustrating the Celtics' high powered scoring machine. Fenwick's Henry Lorenzini scored late in the third period, and the Friars put on a tremendous rush at the end of the game to tie the score. Providence fought off the late surge and scored an empty-netter late in the game to seal the victory for the Celtics. JV Black, coached by Chris Meegan and Zeke Kochniarczyk, finished with a season record of 29-12.
JV Black Seniors..Evan Lutz, Jack Van Ermen, Keith Weissman, Tommy Lorenzini and Joey Matza.
JV Black Ends The Season Second in State!! Congrats to the players and coaches!!
JV Black @ State Championship Game
Riding the hot hand of Christian Lockefeer, JV Black prevailed over the New Trier Trevians in a nail-biter, 4-3, to advance to the Illinois state semi-finals. Lockefeer scored twice and goaltender, Alex Marks stopped 23 shots to pace The Friars. Evan Lutz and Jeremy Winkiel also scored for JV Black. Fenwick faces their CCHL rivals from Benet Academy in the semi-final game on Monday, March 17 at the EDGE at 6:20 p.m.
The Fenwick girl’s hockey team ended the regular season this year with a tie and a win. The team’s final record was 3-6-6.
On Tuesday, February 25, the Friars had two tough games back to back. They faced off first against Loyola and quickly jumped out to a 2-0 lead. The first goal of the game was scored in the first period by sophomore Malone Buinaskas. It was her first goal of the season – on her birthday, no less! The second goal also came in the first period and was scored by senior Michaela Monaco. Junior Maggie Conroy scored the team’s third goal in the second period. Unfortunately, Loyola was able to battle back and tie the game in the final seconds of the match.
Later that evening, Fenwick beat the Rattlers 2-1. Goals were scored by junior Kirsten LaBelle in the first period and Monaco in the third.
Fenwick also won its first Blackhawk Cup game against Warren on February 20th by a score of 3-0. Goals were scored by junior Helen Susman, freshman, Gillian Flatley and junior, Maggie Conroy. Sophomore goaltender Frankie Flores’ had 28 saves to seal the shoot-out.
The next Blackhawk Cup game will be held on March 16 at 10:50 a.m. when the Friars face off against Loyola one last time this season. The game will be held at the Edge in Bensenville, located at 735 E. Jefferson St.
Come cheer on the team!
Congratulations to Ben Kohen and Liam Conroy!!!!
From the AHAI Website:
The Amateur Hockey Association Illinois, Inc. announced the 2014 Illinois Showcase Team that will be representing Illinois by competing in the 2014 America’s Showcase that will take place in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania from April 10-14, 2014.
The purpose of this historic event will be the continuation of traditions established over the past twenty-eight years. The Showcase is designed to allow high school hockey players from around the country the opportunity to compete against the best of the best during this five-day period with the prospect of being seen by every major hockey institution in North America.
The Friars head to the Kennedy Cup finals after a hard fought semi-final win over the St. Ignatius Wolfpack. Freshman goaltender, Alex Marks was solid in the net turning away nineteen (19) shots. Christian Lockefeer and Evan Warder continued their strong play, scoring for Fenwick. Assists were credited to Evan Lutz and Trevor Quinn. The Friars will face Providence in the first game of a best-of-three series in the Kennedy Cup finals on Sunday, at the Southwest Ice Arena. Game time is 3:40 p.m.
The Friars capitalized on big nights from Joey Matza (2 goals), Henry Lorenzini (2 assists) and Christian Lockefeer (2 assists) in their second round state playoff win over the Giants from Highland Park. Fenwick will take on the New Trier Trevians next Wednesday night in the quarterfinals.
The Fenwick JV White Hockey Team wins the IHSHL Suburban League Championship by sweeping AWF in game 2 of the best of 3 series. Both teams battled hard in a scoreless first period. Michael Collins scored the first goal of the game with an assist by John Amico to give Fenwick a 1-0 lead at the end of the second period. AWF tied the game in the middle of the third but Fenwick battled back hard with three consecutive goals by Trent Leslie (assisted by Dominic Bruno and Kevin Stehlik), Jack Van Ermen (assisted by Michael Collins) and Trent Leslie (assisted by Kevin Stehlik). Strong defense and 19 saves by Netminder Pat Van Ermen, gave Fenwick the 4-1 victory and the IHSHL Hayes Cup!
ISHL Hayes Cup Champions!!!
ISHL Hayes Cup Champions!!!
Varsity Advances in BHC with a 4 to 1 win over Evanston!
On Friday night, the Boys Varsity Hockey team beat Evanston 4-1 to advance to the second round of the State Tournament. Ben Kohen got things started when he tucked in a backhand after making a nice move across the front of the net. Jimmy Blair made it 2-0 when he scored after making a great move on a breakaway. Blair struck again when he ripped a wrist shot into the top corner of the net. Mike Doherty made it 4-0 when he stole the puck and buried a shot from close range. Conor Foley had two assists. Blair also had an assist. Pino Barker made 24 saves. The Friars face Naperville Central at 8:25pm on Thursday night at the Edge.
On Friday, February 28, 2014, the Boys Varsity Hockey team plays its first round game in the State Tournament against Evanston at 9:40pm at the Edge Ice Arena in Bensenville. The winner faces Naperville Central at 8:25pm on March 6, 2014 at the Edge. Please come out and cheer the Friars on to victory.
The Fenwick JV White Hockey Team took game 1 of the best of three series by defeating AWF 4-2 on Sunday evening in the IHSHL Suburban League Championships in their quest for the Hayes Cup. Fenwick scored twice late in the first period with goals by Trent Leslie (assisted by Ryan Chapman) and Anthony Bertuca (assisted by Trent Leslie) to end the first period with a 2-0 lead. A second goal of the night by Trent Leslie (assisted by Garrett Javors & John Amico) early in the third period gave Fenwick a 3-1 lead. Netminder Pat Van Ermen, who had 14 savesfor the game, and a last minute unassisted goal by Trent Leslie (3) gave Fenwick the 4-2 victory.
The dog costs 4 Paws for Ability $22,000 to board and train. It takes a long time to train the dog. Once the dog is selected for Sean, it is trained for his specific needs for an entire year and the family goes to Ohio for two weeks to train with the dog when they pick him/her up. It's amazing! As a family, they are committed to raising $13,000. Upon raising those funds, Sean's dog will be selected!
If you are in a position to donate to 4 Paws in Sean's honor, please see the link below.
JV Black 8 vs. Notre Dame 0
Evan Lutz had a career game in the first round of the CCHL play-offs scoring three (3) goals with three (3) assists in the blow out victory over the Dons. Keith Weissman (2), Christian Lockfeer, Jeremy Winkiel and Russell Seligmann also scored for the Friars. JV Black will take on the Brother Rice Crusaders in the second round of the CCHL playoffs, on Thursday night, 8:00 p.m. at the Oak Lawn Ice Arena.
The Friars finished the CCHL season strong Tuesday night topping the second place Crusaders. Goals were scored by Jenkins, Matza, Angelini, Winkiel and Quinn. Assists to the Syzbowicz brothers (4), Angelini, Lockfeer, Winkiel, Jenkins and Warder. Fenwick finished the regular season at 14-4.
Jimmy Blair scores the first goal from his stomach. Friars win 3-0.
On Monday night, the Boys Varsity Hockey team beat St. Rita 3-0 to win the best of three series and move on to the semi-finals of the Kennedy Cup playoffs against the winner of Providence and Mount Carmel. Jimmy Blair got things started with a great effort on a breakaway. Mack Sinnott got the next goal after making a nice play in tight to the net with thirty-three seconds left in the second period. Ben Kohen and Mike Cimino assisted on Sinnott’s goal. Alex Davis finished things off with an empty-netter that he fired in from his own blue line. Pino Barker turned away all 24 shots and was sensational in the net.
JV BLACK 3 v. ST. RITA 1. Freshman Alex Marks started off a great night for Fenwick goaltenders Monday night, stopping eleven third period shots, sealing the Friar victory. Goals scored by Angelini, Lockfeer and Henry Lorenzini. Assist to Evan Lutz.
Frankie Flores and Maggie Conroy make the Illinois All-State Team. Congratulations girls.
On Thursday night, the Boys Varsity Hockey team beat St. Rita to go up one game in the best of three playoff series. After falling behind 3-1, the Friars came roaring back to win 5-3. Ben Kohen had two goals. Vinny Chiarelli, Rorey Seligmann and Jak Karls each had a goal. Karls got the game winner when he tipped in a pass by Joey Gurgone with four minutes to go in the game. Mike Powers, Mike Doherty and Gurgone each had two assists. Pino Barker made 24 saves. The second game will be at the Edge Ice Arena in Bensenville at 8:30 pm on February 10, 2014. Please come out and cheer the Friars on to victory.
The Friars stepped it up on Thursday night heading into the Catholic League playoffs with a 8-1 victory over Marist. Evan Lutz paced the Friars with a goal and two assists. Evan Warder, Emmett Jenkins, Jimmy Creber, Trevor Quinn, Sam Redesco, and Patrick Szybowicz also scored for the Friars.
Kaylee Rolane Kochniarczyk
Congrats to the new parents, Coach Scotty and Lisa!! And Grandpa Zeke!!
Congrats to our Senior Girls--Natalie Blamires and Michaela Monaco!!!
Girls Team Celebrates with their Seniors
Congratulations to Frankie Flores and Maggie Conroy for being named to the AHAI Girls High School All-Star Team!!!
The girls will play at the AHAI Hockey Center in Bensenville on Monday, February 3, 2014 at 6:40 p.m. .
Please come out to cheer on Frankie and Maggie at the Edge Ice Arena on February 3rd. There is no charge to view these games.
Senior Lunch held at SkrineChops in Oak Park--Congrats, Boys!!!
On Thursday night, the Boys Varsity Hockey team beat Benet 5-3. Mike Powers got things started with a short-handed goal that was set up by a great pass from Mike Doherty. Vinny Chiarelli, Ben Kohen, Alex Davis and Mike Doherty all had goals for the Friars. Alex Davis and Mac Sinnott both had two assists and Mike Doherty had one assist. Pino Barker made 28 saves to secure the win.
On Monday night, the Boys Varsity Hockey team beat Mount Carmel 4-2. Jak Karls started things off with a nifty short-handed goal where he outmaneuvered several defenders and beat the goalie with a great shot. Mike Cimino, Ben Kohen and Mike Doherty all had goals for the Friars. Ben Kohen, Thatcher Creber and Danny Keegan all had assists in the game. Pino Barker got the win in the net.
Fenwick JV Black endured an up and down past two weeks with Chicago
Catholic League wins over St. Ignatius and Marist and a close loss to
Brother Rice Jeremy Winkiel and Trevor Quinn each had multiple point
games against Marist in a 6-1 victory. On Sunday, the Friars pounded
the Wolfpack from St. Ignatius with a 7-1 victory. Evan Lutz netted
his third hat trick of the season, and freshman, Jack Angelini had a
goal and two (2) assists to pace the Friars. Last weekend, the Friars
traveled to Ann Arbor to play in a tournament, where they went 1-2
against two (2) varsity teams from Illinois and a game against last
year's Indiana State Varsity Champion, Carmel High School. Trevor
Quinn paced the Friars over the weekend with his strong play, leading
the Friars in both goals and assists. The Friars are 21-8 as they
head into the final month of the season.
On Wednesday night, the Boys Hockey Program honored the following players and their parents at Senior Night before the Varsity game against St. Rita: Tommy Lorenzini, Alex Davis, Danny Keegan, Keith Weissman, Vinny Chiarelli, Jack Van Ermen, Rorey Seligmann, Mike Collins, Ben Kohen, Christian Lockefeer, Jon Jennings, Matt Chirillo, Mike Cimino, Thatcher Creber, Joey Matza, Liam Conroy, Mike Doherty, Mack Sinnott and Evan Lutz. A big thanks to Mr. Theis, Mr. Groom and Father Winkels for making this a memorable night for all our Seniors and their parents. The Friars thrilled the fans with a 4-1 overtime come from behind victory. Ben Kohen notched another hat-trick. Thatcher Creber scored to tie the game with four minutes left in the third period. Pino Barker made 32 saves.
This past weekend, the Boys Varsity Hockey team picked up a pair of wins over the Columbus Icemen. On Saturday, the Friars won 7-3. Ben Kohen led the way with three goals. Jak Karls had two goals. Thatcher Creber and Danny Keegan each had a goal. Vinny Chiarelli had three assists. Mack Sinnott had two assists. Alex Davis, Mike Doherty, Mike Powers and Danny Keegan all had assists. On Monday, the Friars beat the Icemen 4-1. Conor Foley, Jack Untertseher, Ben Kohen and Jimmy Blair scored for the Friars. Mike Powers had two assists. Ben Kohen and Thatcher Creber each had an assist. Pino Barker got both wins in the net. Come out for Senior Night when the Friars face St. Rita at 7:40 on Wednesday night at the Edge Ice Arena in Bensenville.
Congrats to Trent Leslie, Jack Ratcliff, Patrick Van Ermen!!!
Trent Leslie, Jack Ratcliff, Patrick Van Ermen
Trent Leslie, Jack Ratcliff, Patrick Van Ermen
On Thursday night, the Boys Varsity Hockey team beat Marist 6-0. Mack Sinnott got the Friars on the board when he scored a shorthanded goal. The score remained 1-0 until the third period, when the Friars scored five goals. Jak Karls led the way with two goals. Matt Chirillo, Conor Foley and Liam Conroy each had a goal. Mike Doherty had two assists. Rorey Seligmann, Liam Conroy and Jimmy Blair also had assists in the game. Alex Marks stopped 13 shots to secure the shutout and the win for the Friars.
Evan Lutz paces the Friars with two goals and one assist over Mt Carmel
Fenwick JV Black (9-1) moved into first place in the Chicago Catholic League with a 7-3 victory over the Mt. Carmel Caravan. Evan Lutz continued his hot hand with two (2) goals and an assist. Defensemen, Keith Weissman and Joe Ergastolo also had multiple point nights for the Friars.
On Thursday night, the Boys Varsity Hockey team beat Stevenson 4-1. Jak Karls got things started when he scored on a breakaway. Mike Doherty followed with a goal that put the Friars up 2-0. After giving up a goal, the Friars surged and put the game away on goals by Alex Davis and Mack Sinnott. Joey Gurgone had two assists. Matt Chirillo, Alex Davis and Danny Doherty each had an assist in the game. Pino Barker made 20 saves for the Friars.
JV Black Hockey team got back on track early this week with a win over St. Laurence 7-0. Jeremy Winkiel, Emmett Jenkins and Russell Seligmann all had multiple point nights against the Vikings. On Thursday night, the Friars beat Stevenson 4-2. Joey Matza (two goals) and Evan Lutz (1 goal, 2 assists) paced the Friars. Alex Marks was outstanding in net against Stevenson, stopping a dozen shots in the third period to halt the Patriot's late surge.
Joe Matza scores twice to pace the Friars over Stevenson.
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