Local HS players, Breckin Bates and Andrew Spicuzza. (Courtesy photo)

LACONIA — With the cancellation of the NH Tier III playoffs, the NE Wolves U18 Split Season officially concluded their season on December 22 with participation in the Lakes Region Midget Challenge.

With almost 30 hours of on ice practice time, and bi-weekly strength and conditioning sessions, the Wolves Split Season Midget program provided a terrific outlet for 20 local high school eligible players. Boasting an 8-1 league record and +52 goal differential, the Wolves Split Midgets showed outstanding improvement and development in a shortened season.

The Wolves were led in nets by their two goalkeepers, Adam Omundson and Hunter Robb. Upfront they got key goal scoring from Nick Potenza, Andrew Spicuzza, Andrew Duany, Eric Ellingson, and Breckin Bates. On the back end Bailey Savage, Andrew Rowley and Cam Kean were critical pieces to the defense.

Many of these players will be joining their high school programs in the next few weeks (provided NH completes a HS season). In the meantime, the players can take great pride in their First Place finish in the regular season for NH Tier III U18.

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