Tam-O-Shanter Summer Tournament, July 13-14

Even though it is the middle of July, it was a great weekend for hockey in the Toledo region. While many people were baking in the sunshine at the LPGA Marathon Classic or the Toledo Air Show, die-hard high school hockey fans were in the cool comforts of Tam-O-Shanter to watch as 5 local teams and 3 visiting teams kicked off their 2019-20 pre-pre-season.

Playing in the Tam-O-Shanter Summer Tournament were NHC Red Division regulars Findlay, Northview, and St. Francis; Red newcomers Anthony Wayne and Perrysburg; along with Holy Name, St. Edward, and Rocky River from the Cleveland area.

Rocky River won the tournament, beating Holy Name in the Sunday afternoon playoff game. The Cleveland teams did not lose a game to their opponents from Toledo.

Final records in the tournament

  • Rocky River: 4-0
  • Holy Name & St. Edward: 3-1
  • St. Francis, Perrysburg & Anthony Wayne: 2-2
  • Findlay & Northview: 0-4

Saturday morning results

  • St. Francis 6-3 Perrysburg; St. Francis had 6 different goal scorers
  • Holy Name 3-2 Findlay; Duncan 2 goals, 1 assist for Holy Name
  • St. Edward 3-0 Anthony Wayne; 1 goal each period for St Edward
  • Rocky River 9-1 Northview; Rocky River’s Calderwood had a hat trick, Weaver tallied 5 assists

Saturday evening results

  • St. Francis 8-2 Findlay; for St. Francis, Box & Coward had 2 goals each, Mack with 5 points
  • Holy Name 6-3 Perrysburg; Dickey with hat trick for HN
  • St. Edward 3-2 Northview; winning goal with 6 minutes left in the 3rd for St. Edward
  • Rocky River 8-2 Anthony Wayne; Weaver 2 goals and 2 assists for RR

Sunday morning results

  • Holy Name 6-3 St. Francis; Holy Name’s Dickey had another hat trick
  • Perrysburg 5-3 Findlay; blueliner Togrul notched a pair of goals for Perrysburg
  • Rocky River 5-2 St. Edward; 5 different goal scorers for Rocky River
  • Anthony Wayne 1-0 Northview; Thompson with the lone goal, Utterback with the shutout

Sunday afternoon: Playoff round results

  • Championship game: Rocky River 6-3 Holy Name; RR scores 3 in third period of a tied game to go undefeated for the tournament
  • St. Edward 4-0 St. Francis
  • Perrysburg 4-2 Northview; game tied at 2 until Perrysburg scored twice in the last 2 minutes
  • Anthony Wayne 3-2 Findlay; late goal with the goalie pulled got Findlay within 1 but they could not tie it up