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2010-2011

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Ames | Cedar Rapids | Des Moines Capitals | Des Moines Oak Leafs | Dubuque | Kansas City Jr. Outlaws
Kansas City Stars | Lincoln | Mason City | Omaha | Quad City | Sioux City | Sioux Falls | Waterloo

Season Notes
Omaha's two hockey organizations, O.M.A.H.A. and Gladiators, merge to form the Omaha Hockey Club. The Omaha Energy changes name to Omaha Junior Lancers.
Dubuque opens the new Mystic Community Ice Center September 18. Previously the Dubuque Devils called the Five Flags Center home ice.
The Mid-West Afflilate opts to send one team each from Iowa, Nebraska and Kansas, based on how the team finished in the final standings to the USA Hockey High School National Championships .
The seventh-place game is eliminated from both the Varsity and Jr. Varsity tournaments.
In April of 2010 the Quad City Sports Center in Davenport, Iowa, is renamed The River's Edge.
Admission to All-Star game is now free.
Quad City Blues wins its first tournament championship.

VARSITY REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION
Des Moines Oak Leafs (25W-5L-2T-0OTL)

VARSITY TOURNAMENT CHAMPION
February 25-27, 2011 - Ames/ISU Ice Arena
Championship Game: Quad City Blues 4, Des Moines Capitals 0

VARSITY TOURNAMENT MOST VALUABLE PLAYER
Xavier Pendleton - Quad City Blues

VARSITY COACH-OF-THE-YEAR
Paul O'Dacre - Quad City Blues

VARSITY SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD
Cedar Rapids RoughRiders

Varsity Tournament Results - February 25-27, 2011 - Ames/ISU Ice Arena
Quarterfinal Games #4 Kansas City Stars 1, #5 Des Moines Capitals 3
#3 Waterloo 2, #6 Sioux Falls 0
#2 Quad City 5, #7 Cedar Rapids 2
#1 Des Moines Oak Leafs 3, #8 Mason City 0
Consolation Semifinal Games Sioux Falls 3, Cedar Rapids 1
Kansas City Stars 1, Mason City 4
Championship Semifinal Games Quad City 3, Waterloo 2
Des Moines Oak Leafs 0, Des Moines Capitals 1, OT
Fifth-Place Game Sioux Falls 3, Mason City 1
Third-Place Game Des Moines Oak Leafs 4, Waterloo 2
Championship Game Quad City 4, Des Moines Capitals 0

 

Varsity Regular-Season Standings - FINAL
Team Name GP W L T OTL PTS GF GA PIM
East
2-Quad City 32 24 5 2 1 51 126 63 413
3-Waterloo 32 24 6 2 0 50 128 53 351
5-Des Moines Capitals 32 21 7 2 2 46 109 65 485
7-Cedar Rapids 32 17 10 2 3 39 93 71 276
8-Mason City 32 16 13 1 2 35 115 108 462
Ames 32 5 25 1 1 12 72 139 338
Dubuque 32 1 30 0 1 3 37 202 418
West
1-Des Moines Oak Leafs 32 25 5 2 0 52 147 46 534
4-Kansas City Stars 32 24 7 1 0 49 132 49 502
6-Sioux Falls 32 20 8 2 2 44 107 73 500
Omaha 32 17 15 0 0 34 86 78 533
Lincoln 32 9 16 3 4 25 81 120 572
Sioux City 32 8 22 2 0 18 59 119 638
Kansas City Jr. Outlaws 32 2 28 2 0 6 47 153 335

 

Varsity Top-Ten Scorers
RK Player, Team GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GWG
1 Corbin Belling, DM Oak Leafs  31 45 33 78 26 12 4 8
2 Isaac Gribben, Mason City  32 36 29 65 20 9 5 5
3 Hunter King, Mason City  29 30 29 59 84 8 3 4
4 Sean Judd, KC Stars  31 21 30 51 41 10 1 5
5 John Watson, DM Capitals  32 21 29 50 56 8 1 5
T6 Sammy Scibona, KC Stars  32 24 23 47 34 4 1 8
T6 Connor Cox, DM Capitals  32 22 25 47 60 4 1 6
T8 Marshall Cook, Waterloo  32 18 28 46 4 4 0 2
T8 Zach Russell, Cedar Rapids  32 11 35 46 32 1 0 1
T8 Bobby Cassatt, Quad City 32 19 27 46 42 4 0 6
T8 Steven Miller, Sioux Falls 28 22 24 46 52 1 2 4

 

Varsity Silver-Glove Goaltenders
RK Player, Team GP W L T SO GA GAA SV SV%
1 Brett Noland, KC Stars 19 12 5 1 5 24 1.36 377 0.940
2 Jake Rosenbaum, DM Oak Leafs 25 19 4 2 7 30 1.2 407 0.931
3 Brendon Stinson, KC Stars 15 12 2 0 3 23 1.59 286 0.926

 

VARSITY ALL-LEAGUE

- Forwards -
Corbin Belling, Sr. - Des Moines Oak Leafs
Sean Judd, Sr. - Kansas City Stars
Isaac Gribben, Sr. - Mason City

- Defense -
John Watson, Sr. - Des Moines Capitals
Xavier Pendleton, Jr. - Quad City

- Goaltender -
Alex Wisnousky, Sr. - Cedar Rapids

VARSITY ALL-STAR GAME
Saturday, March 5, 2011 - Ames/ISU Ice Arena
East 7, West 5

- East First-Team All-Stars -

- Forwards -
Trevar Seibert, Sr. - Des Moines Capitals
Isaac Gribben, Sr. - Mason City
Marshall Cook, Sr. - Waterloo

- Defense -
John Watson, Sr. - Des Moines Capitals
Xavier Pendleton, Jr. - Quad City

- Goaltenders -
Alex Wisnousky, Sr. - Cedar Rapids
Jordan Sheeley, Sr. - Waterloo

- East All-Stars -

- Forwards -
Kevin Ranney, Sr. - Ames
Quin Kavanaugh, Jr. - Cedar Rapids
Tyler Trier, Sr. - Cedar Rapids
Connor Cox, Fr. - Des Moines Capitals
Hunter King, Sr. - Mason City
Bobby Cassatt, Sr. - Quad City
Nick Copeland, Sr. - Quad City
Jake Lichty, Jr. - Waterloo
Jon Skarlis, So. - Waterloo

- Defense -
J.T. Bortscheller, Jr. - Dubuque
A.J. Hrubetz, Sr. - Mason City
Ryan Schmitt, Jr. - Quad City
Zachary Wolff, Sr. - Waterloo

Coach: Andy Wade - Des Moines Capitals

- West First-Team All-Stars -

- Forwards -
Corbin Belling, Sr. - Des Moines Oak Leafs
Sean Judd, Sr. - Kansas City Stars
Sam Scibona, Jr. - Kansas City Stars
Steven Miller, Sr. - Sioux Falls

- Defense -
Dylan Schade, Sr. - Des Moines Oak Leafs
Alex Duling, Jr. - Omaha

- Goaltender -
Brett Noland, Sr. - Kansas City Stars

- West All-Stars -

- Forwards -
Joe Edwards, Sr. - Des Moines Oak Leafs
Brandon Vogl, Sr. - Des Moines Oak Leafs
Jake Edwards, Sr. - Kansas City Stars
Kevin Hodges, Sr. - Kansas City Stars
Taylor Poland, Sr. - Lincoln
Nolan Marshall, Fr. - Omaha
Brandon Appeldorn, So. - Sioux Falls
Nick Bierschbach, Jr. - Sioux Falls

- Defense -
Nathan Brown, Sr. - Des Moines Oak Leafs
Ryan Frost, Sr. - Kansas City Jr. Outlaws
Mitchell Vos, Sr. - Sioux City
Zach Duncan, Sr. - Sioux Falls

- Goaltender -
Jake Rosenbaum, Sr. - Des Moines Oak Leafs

Coach: John Hosty - Kansas City Jr. Outlaws

TEAM MIDWEST: AMERICA'S HOCKEY SHOWCASE

Team Midwest competes at America's Hockey Showcase, April 13-17, held at Robert Morris University Island Sports Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Competing in the A-pool, the team finishes with a 1-3 record.

Wednesday, April 13: Team Midwest 7, Ohio 2
Thursday, April 14: Team Midwest 1, Northern New England Gold 3
Friday, April 15: Team Midwest 4, Illinois 7
Saturday, April 16: Team Midwest 2, New Jersey Red 3

- Team Midwest Roster & Staff -

- Forwards -
Alex Thompson, Jr. - Ames
Trevor Seibert, Sr. - Des Moines Capitals
Corbin Belling, Sr. - Des Moines Oak Leafs
A.J. Emmons, Sr. - Kansas City Stars
John Clark, Jr, - Lincoln
Chase Weidner - Lincoln Club
Joe Dare, Sr. - Quad City
Steven Miller, Sr. - Sioux Falls
Marshall Cook, Sr. - Waterloo
Conner Hyde, Jr. - Waterloo
Jake Lichty, Jr. - Waterloo

- Defense -
Taylor Linder, Sr. - Ames
Zach Lister, Jr. - Ames
Phillip Edwards, Sr. - Des Moines Capitals
John Watson, Sr. - Des Moines Capitals
J.T. Bortscheller, Jr. - Dubuque
Mitchell Vos, Sr. - Sioux City
Zachary Wolff, Sr. - Waterloo

- Goaltenders -
Cameron Brookes, Sr. - Des Moines Capitals
Jordan Sheely, Sr. - Waterloo

Head Coach: Chris Schmale

USA HOCKEY HIGH SCHOOL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Regular-season champion Des Moines Oak Leafs, represent Iowa, and Omaha Jr. Lancers, represent Nebraska, at the USA Hockey High School National Championships, March 23-27, in Bensenville, Illinois. Both teams advance from pool play to the championship bracket.

Wednesday, March 23 - Pool Play: Des Moines Oak Leafs 6, Northview (GA) 3
Thursday, March 24 - Pool Play: Des Moines Oak Leafs 9, Monroe (WI) 2
Friday, March 25 - Pool Play: Des Moines Oak Leafs 3, Huron (SD) 1
Saturday, March 26: Quarter Finals - Des Moines Oak Leafs 1, New Trier (IL) 7

Wednesday, March 23 - Pool Play: Omaha 9, Greenville North (SC) 2
Thursday, March 24 - Pool Play: Omaha 7, Huntsville (AL) 2
Friday, March 25 - Pool Play: Omaha 7, Los Alamos (NM) 1
Saturday, March 26 - Quarter Finals: Omaha 3, Southlake Carroll (TX) 4, 2OT

PRESIDENT'S SENIOR ACADEMIC AWARD
(Presented by the League President to Seniors graduating with a 3.5 GPA or better.)

Ames: Colton Boehm, Zach Lenhart, Kevin Ranney
Cedar Rapids: Joe Eken, Sam Kacena, Brandon Trent, Alex Wisnousky
Des Moines Capitals: Cameron Brookes, Chase Janson, Taylor Smith
Des Moines Oak Leafs: Brandon Vogl
Kansas City Stars: Tim Ediger, Kevin Hodges, Coleman McCarthy, Matt Stein
Mason City: A.J. Hrubetz, Jared Weber
Omaha: Justin Blackledge, Matt Hansen, Eric Wolatz, Carsten Wrich
Quad City: Bobby Cassatt, Alex Sellers
Sioux City: Taylor White
Sioux Falls: Zach Duncan, Steven Miller
Waterloo: Jordan Burtch, Taylor Harris, Kirk Mahood

 

JUNIOR VARSITY REGULAR SEASON CHAMPION
Kansas City Stars (24W-1L-7T)

JUNIOR VARSITY TOURNAMENT CHAMPION
March 4-6, 2011 - Ames/ISU Ice Arena
Championship Game: Kansas City Stars 1, Des Moines Oak Leafs 0

JUNIOR VARSITY SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD
Cedar Rapids RoughRiders

Jr. Varsity Tournament Results - March 4-6, 2011 - Ames/ISU Ice Arena
Quarterfinal Games #4 Sioux Falls 0, #5 Des Moines Capitals 3
#3 Quad City 2, #6 Waterloo 3, OT
#2 Des Moines Oak Leafs 7, #7 Omaha 0
#1 Kansas City Stars 1, #8 Lincoln 0
Consolation Semifinal Games Quad City 2, Omaha 0
Sioux Falls 2, Linocln 1
Championship Semifinal Games Des Moines Oak Leafs 9, Waterloo 0
Kansas City Stars 3, Des Moines Capitals 0
Fifth-Place Game Quad City 2, Sioux Falls 5
Third-Place Game Des Moines Capitals 5, Waterloo 4, SO
Championship Game Kansas City Stars 1, Des Moines Oak Leafs 0
Teams tied at the end of regulation in a championship bracket game continues with successive 10-minute, sudden-death overtime periods. Teams tied at the end of regulation in a consolation bracket game continues with a 5-player shootout, followed by a 1-player, sudden-death shootout.


Junior Varsity Regular-Season Standings - FINAL
Team Name GP W L T PTS GF GA PIM
East
3-Quad City 32 22 4 6 50 100 58 358
5-Des Moines Capitals 32 17 9 6 40 96 74 426
6-Waterloo 32 18 13 1 37 88 91 412
Cedar Rapids 32 9 19 4 22 59 93 268
Ames 32 7 22 3 17 60 109 300
Mason City 32 5 25 2 12 69 144 380
Dubuque 32 4 25 3 11 56 162 566
West
1-Kansas City Stars 32 24 1 7 55 148 44 483
2-Des Moines Oak Leafs 32 26 5 1 53 156 54 440
4-Sioux Falls 32 22 7 3 47 123 53 443
7-Omaha 32 14 12 6 34 83 77 573
8-Lincoln 32 13 16 3 29 93 100 590
Kansas City Jr. Outlaws 32 10 18 4 24 66 74 373
Sioux City 32 7 22 3 17 52 116 495

 

Junior Varsity Top-10 Scorers
RK Player, Team GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GWG
1 Logan Lopicka, KC Stars  31 33 21 54 16 6 5 7
2 Bryce Frost, Waterloo  28 22 24 46 22 4 2 3
3 Curtis Olson, DM Oak Leafs  28 29 16 45 16 2 3 3
4 Tanner Mcdougal, DM Oak Leafs  29 30 12 42 34 4 5 5
5 Dalton Weber, Ames  32 16 22 38 12 8 0 2
6 Connor Perisho, DM Capitals  28 22 15 37 32 2 2 3
7 Spencer Oh, Ames  32 18 18 36 16 6 0 2
8 Kaleb Morley, Quad City 30 22 13 35 10 4 3 7
9 Ben Czarnecki, Sioux Falls  31 16 18 34 14 3 3 2
T10 Jacob Knopf, DM Oak Leafs  32 8 25 33 12 2 0 2
T10 Joe Burgmeier, Mason City 27 21 12 33 36 7 2 1
T10 Tristyn Sabina, KC Stars 32 17 16 33 28 2 0 3
T10 Yale Van Dyne, KC Stars 32 13 20 33 32 2 2 2

 

Junior Varsity Silver-Glove Goaltenders
RK Player, Team GP W L T SO GA GAA SV SV%
1 Stephen Sundberg, KC Stars 16 10 0 3 5 18 1.21 287 0.941
2 Blair Sanders, KC Stars 19 14 1 4 5 25 1.46 339 0.931
3 Caleb Poe, Sioux Falls 16 10 3 2 2 23 1.5 284 0.925


MIDWEST HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY LEAGUE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
President: Shawn Spencer - Omaha
Secretary: Dave Fox - Hampton
Treasurer: Wayne Kettwick - DeWitt
Vice President-Tournaments: Larry Leigh - Urbandale
Vice President-Scheduler: Joe Blankenfeld - Omaha
Vice President-Communications/Pointstreak League Administrator: Roger Kelly - Sioux City

Commissioner/Referee-in-Chief: Del Donaldson - Cedar Falls
Statistics: Pointstreak Scoring Network