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December 5, 2015 the Wells Warrior Squirts took the short trip to Piney Orchard to do battle with the Metro Stars. The Stars jumped out to a quick lead putting 2 goals in the net in the first 6 minutes of the game. The Warriors fought back with Alex Concha putting the first of his two goals in with the assist of Finnegan Hairston. Less then 60 seconds later Alex Concha put his second past the Metro goalie with assists from Vincent Macdonnell and Sam Stewart. At the end of the first period the Stars were up 4 to 2 in goals and 24 to 5 in shots.
The second period started with the Warriors playing very well defensively keeping the Stars to just 2 goals on 12 shots. While Drew Pfeufer netted an unassisted goal with just seconds left in the period. At the end of two periods shots were 36 to 10.
The third period was much like the second period with the Warriors playing well defensively but the Stars were able to slide 4 pucks past Warrior Goalie Patrick Johns. At the end of the game Patrick stopped 37 of 47 shots. The team is still showing vast improvement and playing well together.
Saturday November 21, 2015 the Warrior Squirts headed north to play the Frederick Victory Blue Squirt team. The coaches changed up the normal lines for this game. Center Drew Pfeufer dropped back and put on the pillows to give Goalie Patrick Johns a break from the net minder duties. The first period Drew and the defense played very well and kept the Victory off the board most of the period until they were able to slip one past Drew with 23 seconds left in the period.
In the second period Drew kept shutting the Victory down while Patrick Johns helped by tying the game up with an unassisted goal at the 9:31 mark. Both teams played a very good defensive game.
In the third period the Victory got lucky twice and beat Drew twice. It was a hard fought game but in the end, the Victory blue pulled out a win 3-1.
Sunday November 22, 2015 the Wells Warriors PeeWee team hosted the NOVA Bulldogs Red team at Wells Ice Rink. The game started out as a well fought defensive game until the Bulldogs put one past Henry Badt at the 2:36 mark. Warriors forward Chase Williams answered back just 33 seconds later to even it up, assisted by Luka Mairesse. The Bulldogs were able to sneak a second goal in at the 1:13 mark of the first period.
The Warriors came out firing on all cylinders in the second period. Daniel Saathoff evened the score board up at the 12:05 mark in the second period unassisted. At the 9:00 minute mark Evert Stephen scored the go ahead goal assisted by Chase Williams. Henry Badt, turned into a brick wall shutting down the attack from the Bulldogs.
The third period Goalie Henry Badt continued his solid play from the second period and with the help from Chase Williams who dented the net with 12:51 left in the game sent the Bulldogs home with a loss.
Sunday November 22, 2015 the Warrior Mites were invited to play against the Chevy Chase mites on Whitey’s Pond at the Gardens Ice House. This was not a jamboree but just a friendly game between the two clubs. The game ended in a shoot out and we are proud to say that all the kids, on both teams, had fun.
Sunday November 15, the Wells Warrior Midgets traveled to the Nation’s Capitol to face off against the NOVA Ice Dogs at the Fort Dupont Ice Rink. Last year the Ice Dogs were a tough opponent and the Warriors went into this game expecting a tough game.
The Ice Dogs jumped out to a quick lead but Warriors quickly put two in the net in the first period by Tyler Webster and River Yearwood. The Ice Dogs lead 3 to 2 at the end of the first. The Warriors came out flying in the second period and matched the Ice Dogs goal for goal in the second period. The Warriors put in 2 more goals in the second period by River Yearwood, his second of the night, and Jake Eberhardt. The third period was one that was hard fought by both teams. There was a lot of back and forth and both goalies made some great saves to keep it a close game. The Ice Dogs got a late goal in with seconds left in the third period for the 6 to 4 win.
Goaltender Henry Saathoff kept the Ice Dogs at bay the best he could by allowing only 6 goals on 47 shots.