A brother v. brother final saw Liam Conway’s undefeated “5 O’Clock Somewhere” team against twin brother Declan’s undefeated “Ghost Trains.” The ominous sound of a train on nearby tracks set the mood for the face off. With Spencer Keglovic, Liam Conway and Domenic Valerian sidelined for 5 O’Clock, Brayden Stortz of Brock University (6 points) and Tyler Houmard of Kent State University (hat trick) lead the attack with points and support from CJ Valerian(Hobart University), Joe IaDemarco(Mercyhurst), Calvin Bleick and Joey Fratantonio (U of Wisconsin) in goal. For the Ghost Trains, Declan Conway set the pace with an end to end rocket for the opening goal. Teammates followed suit with passing and finesse from all angles including Dan Kral and John McMahon (JCU); Chris Corgan and Brad Reitter (Davenport University); Tyler Kallay (Wooster Oilers); Jeremy Joyce (Marquette Royals); Jesse Anderson (Blind River); and Scoots Hollemans (MIHL). The pivotal variables in an equation loaded with talent however, seemed to be three full lines ever changing, and Michael Thompson in net prevailing, though outshot by 34-20.
Erie Otters over Free Agents--Tony Rondinelli short a cooler but leading his offense.
Thunder Turtles over CLE DEK--A sudden death overtime goal for the Thunder Turtles By David Shook advanced them to the Semis.
Columbus Vets over Justice of the Crease--Columbus league guests fight a dual in the afternoon sun.
5 O’ Clock Somewhere over Thunder Turtles--A hard fought game with Brayden and Tyler of 5 O’Clock staging the odd man rushes.
Ghost Trains over Columbus Vets--The JCU/Michigan Contingent jelling for the Ghost Trains with confidence and three lines working together.
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