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NAPHL announces 2012-13 16U award winners

March 21, 2013

The North American Prospects Hockey League (NAPHL) has announced All-NAPHL First, Second and Third Teams, as well as its All-Academic Team in the 16U division for the 2012-13 season.  In order to be considered for selection, players must have been nominated by their respective coaches.  After that, selection is based on player performance in all NAPHL games throughout the 2012-13 season.

“We congratulate all the players recognized this season on their individual and team accomplishments,” said NAHL Commissioner and President Mark Frankenfeld.  “What is most encouraging to us is that in four short years of existence, the NAPHL is now considered one of the best Tier I youth leagues under the USA Hockey umbrella.  This past season has seen more college and junior commitments by NAPHL players than ever before and that is a testament to the continued improvement in the level of play each season, the skill and hard work of the players and the dedication of the coaching staffs and parents.”

NAPHL 16U 1st Team

POS

PLAYER

TEAM

Forward

Ethan Somoza

California Titans

Forward

Ethan Price

Omaha AAA Hockey Club

Forward

Tyson McClellan

San Jose Jr. Sharks

Defense

Christian Evers

Omaha AAA Hockey Club

Defense

Adam Pilewicz

Pittsburgh Viper Stars

Goaltender 

Nathan Churchill 

Omaha AAA Hockey Club

NAPHL 16U 2nd Team

POS

PLAYER

TEAM

Forward

Patrick Grasso

Omaha AAA Hockey Club

Forward

Shane McMahan

Anaheim Jr. Ducks

Forward

Brendan Harris

California Titans

Defense

Camden VanBrocklin 

Omaha AAA Hockey Club

Defense

Tim Gelatt

New Jersey Jr. Titans

Goaltender 

Patrik Jokela

California Titans

NAPHL 16U 3rd Team

POS

PLAYER

TEAM

Forward

Elijah Barriga

Anaheim Jr. Ducks

Forward

Jacob Hamacher

California Titans

Forward

Anthony Franks

Pittsburgh Viper Stars

Defense

Danny O’Donnell

California Titans

Defense

Johnny Tomlinson 

San Jose Jr. Sharks

Goaltender 

Tyler Caronia

Anaheim Jr. Ducks

16U All-NAPHL Academic Team

To qualify for the All-NAPHL Academic Team, student-athletes must have a grade-point average of at least 3.5 for the 2012-13 school year and must have been nominated by a coach. Members of the 2012-13 All-NAPHL 16U Academic Team are (alphabetical by team):

Atlanta Fire: Mitch Gedeon, Robby Korb, Jared McCracken, Joey TuftsCalifornia Titans: Jake Hamacher, Will Robert Johnson, Tyler MoradCleveland Jr. Lumberjacks: Jason Fritsche, Chris Humer, Eddie PelkaLansing Capitals: Alex Desautel, Justin RiffelNew Jersey Jr. Titans: Chris WuestneckOmaha AAA Hockey Club: Nathan Churchill, Patrick Grasso, Matt Hehls, Camden VanBrocklinPhoenix Firebirds: Adam Curwin, Quinn ThibeaultPikes Peak Miners: Riley DeFazioPittsburgh Viper Stars: Adam Alavi, Sam Barnes, Mario Damasceno, Carter Ekberg, Anthony Franks, Wyatt Glover, Luc Lavella, Adam Pilewicz, Joe Randazzo, Alec Schmidtetter, Andrew WaltersPursuit of Excellence: Grant DolleveotSan Jose Jr. Sharks: Robert Durst, Kern Luo, Tyson McClellanSt. Louis Selects: Sam Boyer, Andrew Eichenlaub, Tyler HoffmanTexas Tornado: Nick Nietubyc, Jake Shell, Jack StensgardWenatchee Wild: Chris Koukis, Andrew Lee, Zach Paxman, Luke VanSchaakWest Michigan Hounds: Kyle Berry, Jacob Mavis, Chandler Reinking.

 

 
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