2014 Prep School Hockey News
The Prep School Hockey Coaches of NH announced their 2013-14 All-State selections for both the boys and girls divisions. The eight prep schools in New Hampshire are: Brewster Academy; Holderness School; Kimball Union Academy; New Hampton School; Phillips Exeter Academy; Proctor Academy; St. Paul’s School and Tilton School.
Dana Barbin, long time head coach of Phillips Exeter said “we are extremely pleased to continue our partnership with the NH Legends of Hockey”. The Legends have provided framed certificates signed by their President Greg Moffett and Executive Director, Jim Hayes. The certificates should be delivered to the Athletic Directors this week.
Click on year to view 2013-14 All State Teams
There are many top prospects in Prep School Hockey, including top players Kevin Neiley and Henry Hart of Phillips Exeter Academy and David Storto of St. Paul’s School. However, it is very unusual for one school to have three top level performers. Meet J.D. Dukek, Tyler Bird and Brendan White of Kimball Academy. Click here to view article on the trio from the New England Hockey News.
Tournament Results for NH Schools
Boys Hockey – In the NEPSAC (New England Prep School Athletic Association) Division I Elite 8 Tournament, Phillips Exeter Academy lost in the Semi Finals of the Stuart/Corkery Tournament to eventual champion Salisbury School. P.E.A. ended the season with an overall record of 23-5-3.
In the Division I Large School Tournament, St. Paul’s School defeated Choate 2-0 in the Semi Final before bowing to Loomis Chaffee in the Finals of the Martin/Earl Tournament 3-2. SPS ended the season with a 20-9-1 record.
And in the Division I Small School Tournament, Kimball Union Academy won the Simmons/Piatelli Championship 3-2 over the Dexter School and ended the season with a 26-6-5 record.
In the two girls divisions, just two New Hampshire Prep Schools qualified for the tournament.
In Division I, St. Paul’s School won their Quarter Final match handily before losing in the Semi Final to Westminster, 1-0. St. Paul’s ended their season with a 23-2-2 overall record.
In Division II, Proctor lost in the Quarter Finals to Gunnery 3-1, finishing their season with a
19-9-1 overall record.