Wave Riders, Dragons and Devils post hockey wins

Sevi Pemberton had three goals, Shannon Sitzler finished with two scores and Mikala Crowder added one as the Wave Riders rode the Fireballs 6-2 in the Mites division of the Kaua‘i YMCA Inline Hockey Association games last Friday.

Makani Crowder and Gabriella Bryan each notched goals for the Fireballs.

Prisma Verzosa, the goalkeeper for the Fireballs, finished 12-of-18 in saves while Marissa Aceret was 7-of-9 in saves for the Wave Riders.

Due to the long holiday weekend, several of the teams traveled off-island to compete in games outside of Kaua‘i resulting in no games on Easter Sunday.

Verzosa changed her gear for the Squirt division games and joined Gavin Bryan for two goals each in leading the Dragons to a 5-1 win over the Sharks.

Troy Spears iced the win with a goal.

Chanel Tremblay netted the Sharks’ sole goal with Aceret, also changing from goalkeeper in the Mites division, finishing with an assist in the effort.

Makani Crowder handled keeper duties for the Sharks and finished 13-of-18 in saves. Tomas Sanchez donned the keeper outfit for the Dragons, finishing 16-of-17 in saves.

Kawai Peahu paced the Devils with two goals in its 6-2 win over Green in the Bantam division games.

Joining Peahu, Jacob Lewis, Matt Heller and Brandon Taylor each netted a score while Cydney Sitzler, Austin Taylor and Troy Spears finished with an assist each in the win.

Sisters Cascade and Sierra Mayer each netted a goal for the Green effort with Cascade adding an assist as well.

Greg Balmores, goalkeeping for the Devils, finished 31-of-33 in saves while Kiana Tremblay was 43-of-49 in save attempts.


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