News from the Prep School Ranks: 11/29/11

Former ND-Fairfield standout Charlie Zuccarini scores for Trinity Pawling - Image Courtesy: Burtsville.com


The 2011-2012 prep school hockey season is just getting underway for most schools, but keep an eye out for several former Connecticut high school hockey players who have made the jump to prep school hockey for this season:

Player Pos. Prep School 2010-2011 CT High School Team
AJ James F Trinity-Pawling Trinity Catholic
Alec Mansfield G Albany Academy Amity
Andrew "AJ" Beckwith D Trinity-Pawling Notre Dame-West Haven
Andrew Zona F Trinity-Pawling Lyman Hall
Austin Essery G Canterbury Xavier
Charlie Zuccarini F Trinity-Pawling Notre Dame-Fairfield
Chris Hemhauser G Worcester Academy Glastonbury
Eric MacKen F Taft Greenwich
Eric Seel G Canterbury Ridgefield
Greg Harney G Trinity-Pawling Notre Dame-West Haven
Jimmie Joe Granito F Trinity-Pawling New Canaan
Jimmy Burt F Trinity-Pawling Hamden
John Cunningham D Pomfret Cheshire
Kyle Wehmhoff F South Kent Staples/Weston/Shelton
Matt Muzyka F Salisbury Cheshire
Owen Powers F Choate Cheshire
Paul Amarone F Trinity-Pawling Hamden
Philip Prins F Canterbury New Canaan
Ryan "RJ" Bishop D Trinity-Pawling Notre Dame-West Haven
Tim Nowacki G Avon Old Farms New Canaan
Zach Carrano G South Kent St. Joseph

Our friend Ned Burt from Burtsville.com provided us with this recap from Trinity-Pawling’s opening scrimmage against Canterbury:

“Nov. 18, 2011 saw Trinity Pawling start it’s hockey year with a scrimmage v. Canterbruy. TP lost 2-1 but we were well represented by the boys from the SCC. Greg Harney (Notre Dame-West Haven, repeat sophomore) played one period in net giving up 1 goal while making many stellar saves. Charlie Zuccarini (Notre Dame-Fairfield, repeat sophomore) scored the team’s only goal on a nice give and go with PG Jim Burt from Hamden who had the lone assist.

Bad news was PG Jimmy Joe Granito from New Canaan got injured in the first period while checking someone and will be out for a few weeks with an upper body injury.”

Read his full game recap here.

Thanks again, Ned!