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2019-20 All-EPSHL team

2019-20 All-EPSHL team

By Reading Eagle, 04/09/20, 12:00PM EDT


2019-20 All-EPSHL team

Gavin Pugh, Exeter/Mifflin, senior

Forward led the league with 24 goals and 33 points in 14 games. The championship game MVP scored the game-winner in a 3-1 victory over Schuylkill Valley/Fleetwood/Conrad Weiser, Also a first team selection as a sophomore.

Michael Smerek, Wilson/Brandywine/Wyomissing, senior

Cornerstone of a defense that allowed 2.9 goals per game. Led league with 16 assists and was fifth with 23 points in 15 games. A second-team selection as a sophomore and junior.

David Cirba, Exeter/Mifflin, senior

Tenacious defender who anchored a defense that led the league in fewest goals allowed at 1.9 per game. Also contributed two goals and seven assists in 15 games. A second-team selection as a sophomore and junior.

Ty Loftus, Schuylkill Valley/Fleetwood/Conrad Weiser, junior

Forward/defenseman was a hybrid playmaker who was formidable on both ends of the ice. Sixth in the league with 11 goals and eighth in points with 18 in 16 games for EPSHL runners-up. Second-team selection last season.

Joey Cawley, Daniel Boone/Muhlenberg, junior

Imposing physical presence and highest-scoring pure defenseman with 13 goals, 11 assists and 24 points in 15 games. Tied for fourth in goals, second in assists and third in points in league.

Lucas Sockel, Exeter/Mifflin, sophomore

Forward was a dynamic playmaker who was second-leading scorer for EPSHL champs. Tied for fourth in the league with 13 goals, second with 11 assists and third with 24 points in 13 games.

Nolan O’Toole, Daniel Boone/Muhlenberg, freshman

Speedy forward/defenseman with great ice vision. Finished second in the league with 15 goals, tied for fifth in assists with 10, and second in points with 25 in 14 games.

Gavin Emery, Wilson/Brandywine/Wyomissing

Goalie stopped 367-of-402 shots in 14 games and had the league’s second-leading save percentage at .913. Also recorded a league-high four shutouts.

Coach Kevin Simmerman, Wilson/Brandywine/Wyomissing

Led his team to second place in the regular season with a 7-4-1 record. Team finished with an overall record of 8-6-1, including a 3-2 double overtime playoff loss to eventual champ Exeter/Mifflin.

Second team

F Cody Rotkiske, Schuylkill Valley/Fleetwood/Conrad Weiser, Sr.

F Hayden Schrift, Wilson/Brandywine/Wyomissing, Sr.

F Nick Barone, Schuylkill Valley/Fleetwood/Conrad Weiser, Sr.

F/D Ben Mauer, Berks Catholic, Jr.

D Luke Jozwiak, Schuylkill Valley/Fleetwood/Conrad Wesier, Sr.

F Jacob Alford, Daniel Boone/Muhlenberg, Fr.

F/D Aiden Hall, Wislon/Brandywine/Wyomissing, Fr.

F E.J. Mirigliano, Wilson/Brandywine/Wyomissing, Fr.

G Patrick Goldschmidt, Berks Catholic, Jr.

Honorable mention

Berks Catholic: F/D, Parker Davis, Sr.; F Ian Klemis, Sr.

Daniel Boone/Muhlenberg: F Tyler Bansner, Sr.; F/D Zachary Belknap, Fr.

Exeter/Mifflin: G Max Bayer, So.; F Brayden Rompella, Fr.; D Jacob Hagmaier, Sr.; F Dominic Bowers, Sr.; D Dominic D’Archangelo, Jr.; F Rocco Leporace, Jr.

Schuylkill Valley/Fleetwood/Conrad Weiser: G Evan Solley, Jr.; F Luke Chelius, Jr.; F Tucker Jozwiak, So.; F Devin Unger, Fr.

Wilson/Brandywine/Wyomissing: D Trey Hayick, Sr.; F Evan Mika, So.; F Derek Jopp, Jr.

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