The biggest news over the last few days is Landon (Md.) head coach Rob Bordley reached the 600 career victory mark. Additionally, a slew of players earned spots on the Most Goals and Most Points lists after an outstanding weekend from teams from Vermont, New York, Washington and Georgia.
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“I said to my students that I haven’t made any saves. I’ve never won a face-off. I’ve never scored a goal or shut down any players in my career as a coach,” Bordley said. “We’ve had a lot of good players go through here. More importantly, I’ve had wonderful coaches. Many are former players of mine. I get credit for victories, but I never use the word I. I always use the word our or the word team.”
Bordley becomes just the fourth known coach to reach at least 600 career victories. He joins Bob Hartranft from Farmingdale (N.Y.), Mike Messere from West Genesee (N.Y.) and Joe Cuozzo from Ward Melville (N.Y.) and Mt. Sinai (N.Y.)
Hudson Taylor tallied 13 points on eight goals and five assists to help Tahoma (Wash.) to a 22-2 victory over Bethel (Wash.) on April 25.
Joe Hawley tallied 11 points on seven goals and four assists as Klahowya (Wash.) earned a 17 – 3 win over Redmond (Wash.) on Saturday, April 25.
Tyler Keele scored seven goals for Kamiak (Wash.) in a 17-4 victory over Everett (Wash.) on Wednesday, April 22.
Sachem East (N.Y.) scored 28 goals in a 28-1 win over Brentwood (N.Y.) on Friday, April 24. The 28 goals is the second most known scored in a single game this season. Kamiak (Wash.) scored 33 in a March 28 victory.