Annapolis Old Mill defeated the Washington County Northstars, 5-1, to win the Maryland Scholastic Hockey League Class 1A Ice Hockey Championship on Friday at the Garden's Ice House in Laurel.
The win capped an undefeated season for Annapolis Old Mill, with a record of 16 -0.
In the championship game, Annapolis Old Mill got two goals in the first period, two in the second and one in the third before giving up a goal to the Northstars.
The first goal was at even strength on a shot from the point by freshman Mason Ostrowski, assisted by David Hitt. The second was a power play goal by Jonathan Klakring, who carried the puck into the offensive zone and flipped the puck to the top corner. The goal was assisted by Hitt.
In the second period Billy Jenkins scored a shorthanded goal on a semi-breakaway, assisted by Klakring. The second goal in the period came off the stick of Kolby McMahon when he batted a rebound past Northstars goalie Jeremy Benda.
Jenkins scored another shorthanded goal in the third, assisted by Dylan Comella.
Northstars' score came in the last stages of the third period from Alimzhan Yakhurov assisted by Anthony Omar.
Annapolis Old Mill goalie Tyler Depfer made 18 saves and was named MVP for the game. Benda had 29 saves for the Northstars.
Annapolis Old Mill Head Coach is Chris Hinsvark, who teaches at Annapolis High. He is assisted by two Annapolis alumni, Steve Heidenberg and Charley Kowalyshyn.
Washington County's Head Coach is Jamie Blackwood and his assistants are Jeremy Barron and Howard Overacker.
—Submitted reportCopyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun