2009-03-20 / Sports

Belle Harbor Boys Win New York State Hockey Championship


On Sunday, March 15, local boys Luke & Matty Erhard, Chris Moore, George Clark, John Scaccia, Tommy Laible, and Brian Ostrander won the Tier II Squirt State Hockey Championship competing with the Greater New York Stars at Niagara University. The Stars competed against some of the state's most talented youth hockey players. Behind the goaltending of Matty (Roy) & Luke (Pooky) Erhard, (1.60 goals against average) and defensive play of Tommy Laible & John Scaccia, the team was able to record two of the tournament's overall four shutouts. George Clark, Chris Moore, Brian Ostrander, John Scaccia and Tommy Laible were responsible for 11 of the teams 16 goals throughout the tournament. People from the region and across the border left the arena stunned as the boys from the beach left with the championship trophy and banner. The boys' overall record for the year was 56 wins, 7 losses, 6 ties and 3 tournament championships. On Sunday, March 15, local boys Luke & Matty Erhard, Chris Moore, George Clark, John Scaccia, Tommy Laible, and Brian Ostrander won the Tier II Squirt State Hockey Championship competing with the Greater New York Stars at Niagara University. The Stars competed against some of the state's most talented youth hockey players. Behind the goaltending of Matty (Roy) & Luke (Pooky) Erhard, (1.60 goals against average) and defensive play of Tommy Laible & John Scaccia, the team was able to record two of the tournament's overall four shutouts. George Clark, Chris Moore, Brian Ostrander, John Scaccia and Tommy Laible were responsible for 11 of the teams 16 goals throughout the tournament. People from the region and across the border left the arena stunned as the boys from the beach left with the championship trophy and banner. The boys' overall record for the year was 56 wins, 7 losses, 6 ties and 3 tournament championships.

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