Congratulations to Team Texas Girls as they win the 2019 High School National Championship. Check out the links below for all the details and highlights!
Article from the Dallas Stars:
The U14 Tier 2 girls rolled through the U12-U14 bracket at the Three Rivers Cup in Pittsburgh with a 3-1 record, taking the championship with an exciting 3-1 win. The girls had much to celebrate after winning the first two games 11-1 and 9-0 against Amhearst Youth Hockey U12 and the Harford North Stars. Madalyn Liles and Skye Gonzalez each had hat tricks in the first game and Gonzalez had another in the second game while goalies Mackenzie Sunderbruch and Callie Blissett combined for a shutout.
The Northern Virginia Ice Dogs gave DSE a wake-up call in the third game shutting them out 0-4. But DSE came back strong against them in the championship to take the 3-1 win. Madalyn Liles earned the championship game MVP award with the game winning goal and the game puck went to Mackenzie Sunderbruch with a 0.960 SV%.
Congratulations U14 Tier 2 on your win!
We are pleased to announce that U19 Forward Akari Kubo has committed to play NCAA hockey for Wesleyan University, starting in the 2019 season.
Akari Kubo is a very skilled, crafty, play-making forward and has been with the DSE Girls program for six years. She is a player who is used in every situation and has been an essential part of the teams she has been apart of. “Akari is one of the most coachable, hardworking, and good teammates I have ever coached. She is a great example for so many of the younger girls. She always does the right thing in her defensive and offensive zones, and is also a role model for the girls off the ice, said Salekin.
Akari adds her name to the ever-growing list of players who have came from the Dallas Stars Elite Girls to college hockey where they will fulfill a dream of playing the sport they love while receiving a great education.
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