Hockey coverage and some great performances
We here at The Oakland Press have been audio and video broadcasting football and basketball games for two years now.
This weekend we will be branching out. We will be broadcasting our first high school hockey game. Our MIPrepZone crew will be out at the Detroit Skating Club Saturday night as Clarkston plays Lake Orion in an OAA Red battle. The game will start at 8 p.m. Rich Kincaide and Ben Szilagy will have the call.
Due to MHSAA policy, we can not air live video of the game. But you will be able to listen to the game live on MIPrepZone. We will have a story page up Saturday where you can go to listen to the game, and then, one hour after the game ends, you can watch it in its entirety. The game will remain up on the site indefinitely.
This is the first of two hockey games we intend on broadcasting this season. It's part of a 10-game winter package which also includes boys and girls basketball. So check back in to MIPrepZone Saturday to listen, then watch the matchup between the Wolves and Dragons.
Top performances from this past week
- Corey Robertson, South Lyon Unified: The junior had a hat trick to help his team upset No. 6 ranked Plymouth Tuesday night. Teammate Cam Thomas had a pair of goals himself.
- Berkley offense: The Bears erupted for eight goals in their 8-2 win over Bloomfield United. Max Dooley (five points) and Ian Melrose (three points) each scored twice. Nolan Young, Zach Segall and Joey Leider had three points each in the win.
- Hunter Myers, Farmington Hills Unified: The netminder stopped 22 of the 23 shots he faced to help the Flyers past Stoney Creek, 3-1.
- Trent Lloyd, Lakeland: The Eagles put up eight goals in their win over Waterford Mott, and Lloyd scored three of them. Zac Rankin had two.
- Trent Eddy and Cody Jones, West Bloomfield: The pair each scored a pair in a 7-4 win over Troy Athens.
- Royal Oak Shrine trio: Michael Mann, Ryan Bradley and Joe Nagle each had a goal and two assists in Shrine's 7-3 win over Warren-Mott.
- Logan Aldrich, Lake Orion: The goalie had quite an effort, stopping 34 of 35 Birmingham Unified shots he faced in a 3-1 Dragons win.
- Patrick Carney, Novi: Came up big for the Wildcats, making 22 saves to help them top rival Northville, 4-1.
- Seth Schuit, Royal Oak: Led a balanced Raven attack - eight different goal scorers - with his pair of goals in a 9-1 win over Avondale.
- Sean Carroll, South Lyon Unified: Carroll had a pair of goals to lead South Lyon past Farmington, 5-1, Saturday night. Junior goalie Aaron Callan stopped 21 of 22 shots in goal.
- Alex Alger, Cranbrook: Scored a pair of goals in the Cranes' 5-2 win over St. Mary's Friday night.