By @MichaelCaples –
With the majority of the High Performance Hockey League playoffs taking place this past weekend, all of the divisions have now seen champions crowned.
Two Michigan squads prevailed in their respective tournaments, with Honeybaked 16U and Compuware 14U winning HPHL titles on Sunday in Trenton.
The HB 16s – coached by Jason Deskins – recorded a 4-2 victory over the Chicago Young Americans in the 16U title game. That capped off a 4-1 record in the weekend tournament; HB outscored their opponents 25-6 after starting off with shutout wins over Team Illinois and New Jersey.
Avery Hayes, Jacob Badal, Jackson Kocur and Carson Riddle scored in the title game for HB.
The Compuware Bantam Major team – led by Ryan Barnes – posted a 6-3 win over Mission in the 14U title game. Compuware posted a perfect 5-0 record in the tournament, outscoring the opposition 27-9 in the process.
Dylan Duke led the way for the Comp boys – the Michigan commit recorded three goals and two assists in a dominant championship game performance.
Here are the championship results for all of the HPHL divisions:
- Midget 18U – Mission 2, Omaha 1
- Midget 16U – Honeybaked 4, CYA 2
- Midget 15U – Mission 4, Compuware 2
- Bantam 14U – Compuware 6, Mission 3
- Bantam 13U – Mission 3, Compuware 1
- Pee Wee 12U – Team Illinois 3, Mission 1
- Pee Wee 11U – CYA 4, Honeybaked 2
- Squirt 10U – Mission 4, CYA 2