By John Johnson
MHSAA Communications Director
The Finals field is set for Saturday's games in the MHSAA Ice Hockey Tournament after Semifinals took place Friday in Divisions 3 and 1 at USA Arena in Plymouth.
Quick Goal For Loukus - Calumet scored the opening goal of the game just 37 seconds in when Brett Loukus lit the lamp on a turnover. He had two goals in the game.
Smith Gets The Equalizer - Late in the first period, Flint Powers Catholic ties the game at 1-1 when Brendan Smith converts on a giveaway.
Renner On The Rebound - Dearborn Divine Child gets on the board first in this Division 3 Semifinal when Nick Renner goes 5 Hole on the rebound of his own shot.
Pelto Makes Them Pay - Warren DeLaSalle gets two shorthanded goals in the second period to take the lead to stay. Here's the first tally by Matthew Pelto.
Shorthanded? No Problem For Hernandez - The second shorthanded goal for Warren DeLaSalle in the second period proved to be the game-winner when Thomas Hernandez took a loose puck and scored.
Kahra Makes It 2-0 - Brighton blew its Division 1 Semifinal open with Northville with four third period goals. Here's the first, on a power play by Matthew Kahra, who scored twice in the period.
Miller Comes Up Big - Here's a nice save in the third period by Northville goalie Brett Miller, who made 24 in the game. Miller makes the stop on a power play shot by Brighton's Jake Crespi.
CC Stretches The Spread On The Power Play - Detroit Catholic Central scored twice on the power play in the third frame against Grandville. Here's the first of those man-up goals, with Brendan West making a nice feed to Rylan Clemons for his second goal of the game.
Boom-Boom! Shamrocks Score Quick Goals - Detroit Catholic Central finished the scoring with two goals just 29 seconds apart in the third period. The second came by West, finishing a one goal-two assist night.
PHOTO: (Top) Calumet's goalie stops a Flint Powers Catholic shot during a Division 3 Semifinal. (Photos by Andrew Knapik Photography.)
Browntown Woodhaven hosted students and families from 14 Downriver-area schools for a "Victory Day" on Sept. 23.