Varsity Hockey Splits On Opening Weekend of 2022-23 Schedule

Varsity Hockey Splits On Opening Weekend of 2022-23 Schedule

The MSHS Varsity Hockey team (1-1; 0-0 GLHC) traveled downstate over the weekend (November 18-19), to compete in a pair of games against Metro Detroit opponents.  After dropping a hard fought battle to Brother Rice on Friday, Marquette came back strong with a sound victory over Lake Orion on Saturday to split the weekend.

Friday, 11/18/22:  Marquette 2, Brother Rice 4

Saturday, 11/19/22:  Marquette 3, Lake Orion 2

Next Up:

  • Both levels of the MSHS Hockey Program will be at home on Tuesday, 11/22/22, when they host Houghton in a pair of Great Lakes Hockey Conference contests.  The JV game will begin at 4:00 p.m. with the Varsity contest following at 6:30 p.m.
2021-22 MHSHCA All-State Hockey Teams Released; MSHS Has Seven Honored

2021-22 MHSHCA All-State Hockey Teams Released; MSHS Has Seven Honored

On Monday evening, the Michigan High School Hockey Coaches Association (MHSHCA) released the All-State hockey teams for the 2021-22 season.

Following a campaign that saw the team earn a share of the Great Lakes Hockey Conference title and spot in the semifinals of the MHSAA Division 2 Hockey Tournament, MSHS was well represented with seven total honorees.

Junior forward Jacob Garrow and senior defenseman Brayden Grange were named to the All-State First Team.

Recognize on the All-State Second Team from MSHS were sophomore goaltender Wylen Cambensy, senior forward Drew Dellies and junior defenseman Joe DeMattia.

Freshman forward Kody Moyer was named to both the All-State Second Team as well as the All-State Freshman Team.

Lastly, Head Coach Doug Garrow was named as the state’s Coach of the Year for Division 2.

Below are links to the full listing of the MHSHCA’s 2021-22 All-State teams:

Varsity Hockey Punches Ticket To Plymouth With 7-1 Quarterfinal Win Over Traverse City Central

Varsity Hockey Punches Ticket To Plymouth With 7-1 Quarterfinal Win Over Traverse City Central

Varsity Hockey (22-5-1; 9-1 Great Lakes Hockey Conference)

Marquette 7, Traverse City Central 1 (MHSAA Quarterfinal)

Game Recap:

Next Up:

  • With today’s win, MSHS advances to next Thursday’s (3/10/22) semifinal contest in the MHSAA Division 2 Hockey Tournament and play the winner of today’s quarterfinal contest between Byron Center and Hartland.  That game will be played at the USA Hockey Arena in Plymouth with a 5:00 p.m. start time.
  • Radio coverage of the game will be provided by Fox Sports Marquette (105.1, 103.3, 99.9 FM).
  • A live stream of the game will also be available from the NFHS Network.
Varsity Hockey Powers Past Escanaba To Win MHSAA Regional Final, 6-2

Varsity Hockey Powers Past Escanaba To Win MHSAA Regional Final, 6-2

Varsity Hockey (21-5-1; 9-1 Great Lakes Hockey Conference)

Marquette 6, Escanaba 2 (MHSAA Regional Final)

Game Recap:

Next Up:

  • With this evening’s win, MSHS advances to Saturday’s (3/5/22) quarterfinal contest in the MHSAA Division 2 Hockey Tournament where they will take on Traverse City Central.  That game will be played at the Ostego County Sportsplex with a 1:00 p.m. start time.
  • Radio coverage of the game will be provided by Fox Sports Marquette (105.1, 103.3, 99.9 FM).
Varsity Hockey Defeats Negaunee In MHSAA Regional Semifinal, 4-0

Varsity Hockey Defeats Negaunee In MHSAA Regional Semifinal, 4-0

Varsity Hockey (20-5-1; 9-1 Great Lakes Hockey Conference)

Marquette 4, Negaunee 0

Game Recap:

Next Up:

  • With this evening’s win, MSHS advances to the MHSAA Regional Final, where they will take on the winner of tonight’s other Regional Semifinal match-up featuring Kingsford and Escanaba.  That game will be played at the opponent’s home ice rink on Tuesday, March 1st.
  • Radio coverage of the game will be provided by Fox Sports Marquette (105.1, 103.3, 99.9 FM).
2021-22 Great Lakes Hockey Conference Awards Announced

2021-22 Great Lakes Hockey Conference Awards Announced

At Tuesday’s annual Great Lake Hockey Conference (GLHC) meeting, coaches from member schools (Marquette, Calumet, Escanaba, Hancock, Houghton, Jeffers, Kingsford and Negaunee) voted on All-GLHC awards for the 2021-22 season.

After nominations were made and ballots were cast, six MSHS hockey student-athletes and one coach received all-conference honors.  Freshman forward Kody Moyer was selected  as the GLHC’s “Rookie of the Year” with MSHS Head Coach Doug Garrow earning “Coach of the Year”.  Senior defenseman Brayden Grange was named to the All-GLHC First Team with senior forward Drew Dellies, junior defenseman Joe DeMattia and junior forward Jacob Garrow being named to the All-GLHC Second Team.  Senior defenseman Dylan King received All-GLHC Honorable Mention accolades.

Below is the full list of GLHC All-Conference Teams from the 2021-22 season:

  • Player of the Year:  Aksel Loukus (Calumet – Goaltender – Junior)
  • Rookie of the Year:  Kody Moyer (Marquette – Forward – Freshman)
  • Coach of the Year:  Doug Garrow (Marquette – 9th Year)
  • All-GLHC First Team:
    • Jackson Rilei – Calumet – Forward – Senior
    • Camden Markham – Houghton – Forward – Junior
    • Paul Sturos – Calumet – Forward – Senior
    • Chad Nordstrom – Hancock – Defense – Senior
    • Brayden Grange – Marquette – Defense – Senior
    • Dylan Ziemke – Escanaba – Goaltender – Senior
  • All-GLHC Second Team:
    • Drew Dellies – Marquette – Forward – Senior
    • Todd Anderson – Hancock – Forward – Senior
    • Jacob Garrow – Marquette – Forward – Junior
    • Tom Erkkila – Calumet – Defense – Senior
    • Joe DeMattia – Marquette – Defense – Sophomore
    • Isaiah Anderson – Kingsford – Goaltender – Sophomore
  • All-GLHC Honorable Mention Team:
    • Nolan Sturos – Calumet – Forward – Senior
    • Sawyer LaMarch – Escanaba – Forward – Junior
    • Calvin Heinonen – Hancock – Forward – Junior
    • Gaborik Carlson – Houghton – Forward – Junior
    • Brent Heinonen – Jeffers – Defense – Junior
    • David Juul – Kingsford – Defense – Senior
    • Dylan King – Marquette – Defense – Senior
    • Simon Lystila – Negaunee – Defense – Senior
Varsity Hockey Earns Great Lakes Hockey Conference Championship After 9-1 Win Over Houghton

Varsity Hockey Earns Great Lakes Hockey Conference Championship After 9-1 Win Over Houghton

Varsity Hockey (19-5-1; 9-1 Great Lakes Hockey Conference)

Marquette 9, Houghton 1

Game Recap:

Subvarsity Score:

  • JVMarquette 5, Houghton 1 

Next Up:

  • Tonight’s game marks the final regular season contest for 2021-22.  The Varsity Hockey Team will begin their postseason run when they travel to Negaunee for a Regional Semifinal contest in the 2022 MHSAA Division 2 Hockey Tournament beginning at 6:00 p.m.
  • Radio coverage of the game will be provided by Fox Sports Marquette (105.1, 103.3, 99.9 FM).
Varsity Hockey Defeats Hancock, 4-1

Varsity Hockey Defeats Hancock, 4-1

Varsity Hockey (18-5-1; 8-1 Great Lakes Hockey Conference)

Marquette 4, Hancock 1

Game Recap:

Subvarsity Score:

  • JV:  Marquette 2, Hancock 0 

Next Up:

  • The JV and Varsity hockey teams will be back at home on Thursday, 2/17/22, when they host Houghton for games starting at 4:00 and 6:30 p.m.
  • Radio coverage of the game will be provided by Fox Sports Marquette (105.1, 103.3, 99.9 FM).