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Team Schedule

Away
vs.
St. Francis
Sylvania / Tam-O-Shanter
Away
vs.
Northview
Sylvania / Tam-O-Shanter
Away
vs.
Rocky River
Hamilton Ice Arena Rocky River Recreation Center
Away
vs.
St. Charles
Home
vs.
Holy Name
Loss 3-4 OT
Kent State University Ice Arena
Home
vs.
Toledo St. John
Tie 2-2
Kent State University Ice Arena
Home
vs.
Bethel Park
Win 3-0
Kent State University Ice Arena
Home
vs.
Meadville
Loss 1-4
Kent State University Ice Arena
Home
vs.
Shaker Heights
Win 2-1
Kent State University Ice Arena
Away
vs.
Gilmour Academy
Loss 2-3
Gilmour Academy
Away
vs.
Holy Name
Win 3-2 OT
Michael A. Ries Ice Rink
Away
Invitational

Cornfield Cup

Non-League
vs.
Carmel (IN)
Win 2-1
Culver Academy (Henderson Ice Arena)
Neutral
Invitational

Cornfield Cup

Non-League
vs.
Latin School (IL)
Win 6-0
Culver Academy (Henderson Ice Arena)
Neutral

Cornfield Cup

Non-League
vs.
St. Mary's (MN)
Loss 1-8
Culver Academy (Henderson Ice Arena)
Neutral
Invitational

Cornfield Cup

Non-League
vs.
Buffalo Grove (IL)
Tie 4-4
Culver Academy (Henderson Ice Arena)
Home
vs.
Gilmour Academy
Win 3-1
Kent State University Ice Arena
Away
vs.
Lake Catholic
Win 3-1
Mentor Civic Ice Arena
Away
League
vs.
Padua Franciscan
Win 6-1
OBM Arena-Strongsville
Away
vs.
University School
Tie 4-4
Cleveland Heights Community Center
Home

Shupe Tournament

Non-League
vs.
Dublin Jerome
Tie 3-3
Kent State University Ice Arena
Home

Shupe Tournament

Non-League
vs.
St. Charles
Win 4-3
Kent State University Ice Arena
Neutral
Tournament

Shupe Tournament

Non-League
vs.
Rocky River
Win 3-1
Kent State University Ice Arena
Home

Shupe Tournament

Non-League
vs.
Rocky River
Win 2-1 OT
Kent State University Ice Arena
Away
vs.
St. Edward
Loss 0-2
Serpintini Arena -Winterhurst
Home
vs.
Padua Franciscan
Win 9-0
Kent State University Ice Arena
Home
Cancelled
vs.
Culver
Kent State University Ice Arena
Home
vs.
Olentangy Liberty
Win 2-1
Kent State University Ice Arena
Home
vs.
Shaker Heights
Tie 1-1
Kent State University Ice Arena
Home
vs.
Rocky River
Loss 1-3
Kent State University Ice Arena
Home
vs.
University School
Loss 1-2 OT
Kent State University Ice Arena
Away
vs.
Grand Rapids Catholic
Loss 2-3
Southside Ice Arena
Away
vs.
Notre Dame Prep (MI)
Win 5-0
Southside Ice Arena
Home
vs.
Lake Catholic
Win 10-2
Kent State University Ice Arena
Home
vs.
St. Edward
Win 2-1
Kent State University Ice Arena
Neutral
Tournament

Great Lakes Hockey League Tournament

League
vs.
Padua Franciscan
Win 7-3
Neutral

Great Lakes Hockey League Semi-Finals

League
vs.
Gilmour Academy
Loss 0-3
Neutral
Tournament

Great Lakes Hockey League Championship

League
Home
Tournament

OHSAA Tournament Game

Non-League
vs.
Aurora
Win 9-0
Kent State University Ice Arena
Neutral
Tournament

OHSAA Tournament Game

Non-League
vs.
Kenston
Win 6-3
Kent State University Ice Arena
Neutral
Tournament

OHSAA Tournament District Final

Non-League
vs.
University School
Kent State University Ice Arena

Team News

List of 19 news stories.

  • Warriors Blitz Bruins 9-0

    Matt Morris scored four times and Jakari Desphy earned another shutout as Walsh Jesuit blitzed Padua Franciscan 9-0 on Saturday, January 6. 

    Max Miotke and Steven LeVasseur each scored twice on a line that also featured the stylistic creations of Sacha Trudel.

    But a scoring summary does not adequately describe the complete team effort. The Warriors consistently found a potent tactic in the third-man open in the high-slot, one of them a slick pass from the lower left circle by Geremy Davison for a Miotke score, and another a powerful one-timer by Morris as fed by Gabriel. Cook and Morris worked together in a tight space behind their own blue line on a give-n-go while blocking out fore-checkers to spring Gabriel up the ice for another goal.

    Steady and solid Nick Neiger blocked shots, Easton Kindall earned an assist while blasting pucks at the net, and Jake Ambach stalled a dangerous Bruin 2-on-1 by sliding to force a shot wide. Anthony Calleri also made some noise with several scoring chances helped by Matt Lasker and Jackson Carrell, twice in the last minute which would have ended the game by mercy rule.
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  • Warriors Falls To St. Edward 2-0

    The St. Edward buzzing offense and stifling defense slowed Walsh Jesuit's march on the road in the first game after the break and the Eagles posted a 2-0 win in the Great Lakes Hockey League over the Warriors.

    There were chances both ways, but the Eagles seemed just more ready to go. Both defensive units played well down low in the crease area. Notably, Easton Kindall, Connor Coughlin, and Charlie Huscroft stayed with a cycling attack for the Warriors to consistently repel a second and third option via interception or block. However the Eagles eventually overwhelmed the Warriors twice from close in, once just following a power play.

    The Warriors displayed a similar attack but never closed. Puck support showed up a bit slower and at times without the extra player to keep the attack alive after the first attempt. In the end, St. Ed's outshot WJ 20-13.
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  • Warriors Win Shupe Tournament With Overtime Victory

    Steven LeVasseur came up big in overtime against Rocky River, scoring the winning goal as Walsh Jesuit got by the Pirates 2-1 to capture the Shupe Tournament title.

    Gavin Davison orchestrated one of the tournament-winning assists. He worked the puck from behind the net on one side to Miotke down low who was stopped but forced the puck up and out the other side for LeVasseur, scoring from beneath the slot hash.

    The Warriors had advanced to the final by downing Rocky River earlier, 3-1, as LeVasseur scored a pair of goals.
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  • Warriors Take Down Columbus St. Charles 4-3 in Shupe Tournament

    WJ In Mix For Tournament Title


    After jumping out to a 4-1 advantage, Walsh Jesuit held off a persistent Columbus St. Charles squad to prevail 4-3 on Wednesday, December 27 in the Shupe Tournament at the Kent State Ice Arena.

    Max Miotke scored the game winner early in the third period, but it didn’t seem that way at the time as it put the Warriors up 4-1. Miotke’s goal came as a result of some hard battling and teamwork by Easton Kindall, who leads the team in plus/minus rating, and Steven LeVasseur near their own blue line as they repeatedly refused to let the Cardinals enter. Kindall freed the puck for LeVasseur who sent it along the boards for Miotke in stride and his ensuing shot from a left angle found the upper right corner. However, St. Charles immediately scored twice to close the gap and provide a threat the rest of the way.
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  • Warriors Open Shupe Memorial Tournament With Tie

    Walsh Jesuit opened the Shupe Memorial Tournament with a 3-3 tie against Dublin-Jerome on Tuesday, December 26 at the Kent State Ice Arena.

    Although the Celtics would lead the dance on ice, going ahead three times the Warriors matched them every time.
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  • Warriors Battle To 4-4 Tie With Preppers

    Walsh Jesuit marked the halfway point of their Great Lakes Hockey League schedule with a 4-4 deadlock with University School on Saturday, December 23 at Cleveland Heigfhts Community Center.

    Ironically, the Preppers started their league schedule with the game that could directly impact the league's finish. 
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  • WJ Hockey Blasts Past Padua 6-1

    Walsh Jesuit defeated Padua Franciscan 6-1 at OBM Arena in Strongsville on Friday, Dec 22, giving the Warriors their forth straight Great Lakes Hockey League win.


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  • Warriors Grind Past Resistant Lake Catholic 3-1

    A fast 2-0 start offset a quirky second period and Walsh Jesuit pulled through for a 3-1 win over a pesky Lake Catholic on Wednesday, December 20 at the Mentor Civic Ice Arena.
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  • Warriors Rein In Gilmour, 3-1, To Contend For First Place in League

    Jonathan Gabriel scored a pair of goals to help Walsh Jesuit defeat visiting Gilmour Academy, 3-1, in a key league match on Saturday, December 16.

    Gabriel has recorded six goals in his last two games.

    Entering the fray, Gilmour was tied atop the league standings with St. Edward but with the win over the Lancers, the Warriors enter the mix with a 2-1-1 slate in conference play.
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  • Walsh Ties Buffalo Grove 4-4, Earns Respect at Cornfield Cup

    Jonathan Gabriel’s dominating four-goal performance earned the Walsh Jesuit hockey squad a 4-4 tie with Buffalo Grove in the third-place game of the Cornfield Cup on Sunday, December 10 at Culver Academy's Henderson Arena.
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  • Shattuck St. Mary Slams Door on WJ’s Cornfield Cup Bid

    Shattuck St. Mary’s denied Walsh Jesuit an appearance in the Cornfield Cup final by downing the Warriors 8-1 on Saturday, December 9 at Culver Academy.

    St. Mary's, from Faribault, MN, won the Cup by defeating host Culver in the finals.
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  • Warriors blast pass Latin School 6-0

    Heating up at the snowy Cornfield Cup, Walsh Jesuit shut out Latin School from Chicago, IL, 6-0 at Culver Academy on Saturday, December 9 for the Warriors second win in as many days.

    Drew Rossiter had a hat trick, Jonathan Gabriel a playmaker and Jakari Desphy a shutout while freshmen Sasha Trudel and Bill Holtzer each scored.
    Drew Rossiter had a hat trick, Jonathan Gabriel a playmaker and Jakari Desphy a shutout while freshmen Sasha Trudel and Bill Holtzer each scored.
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  • Walsh Jesuit starts the Cornfield Cup with 2-1 win over Carmel

    If you find a lakeside resort with snow falling on the beach and an ice rink with tough sledding inside, you may be at the Cornfield Cup in Culver, Indiana. 

    With two goals by Matt Morris, Walsh Jesuit opened up play in the Cornfield Cup by defeating a tough Carmel (IN) squad 2-1 on Friday, December 8 at Culver Academy.
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  • Warrior Hockey Gets Even With Holy Name With 3-2 Overtime Win

    Walsh Jesuit avenged an earlier overtime loss to Holy Name on Saturday, December 2 by turning the tables on the Green Wave and posting a 3-2 overtime win in a late evening game in Parma.

    Less than 2 weeks ago, the Green Wave took down the Warriors, 4-3 in overtime at Kent State. Holy Name and Walsh Jesuit have been fierce rivals over the past 13 seasons but the Warriors hold a 22-8-1 series record.
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  • WJ Hockey Drops 3-2 Decision At Gilmour Academy

    The Walsh Jesuit hockey team fell 3 -2 to a tough Gilmour Academy team at the Gilmour Academy Ice Arena on Friday, December 1.
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  • Seniors Lead Way as Warriors collect "W" Over Shaker Heights

    Lead by stellar performances from seniors Matt Morris, Jakhari Desphy, Max Miotke and Jonathan Gabriel, the Walsh Jesuit hockey squad finished off Shaker Heights 2-1 in the Thanksgiving Invitational at the Kent State University Ice Arena on Sunday, November 26.
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  • Warriors Grind Out 3-0 Victory Over Bethel Park

    Walsh Jesuit unveiled a welcome new facet of its character in this young hockey season, one willing to get gritty, in defeating Bethel Park (Pa.) 3-0 at the Thanksgiving Invitational at the Kent State University Ice Arena on Saturday, November 25.
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  • Warriors Drop Season-Opener in Overtime to Holy Name

    The Walsh Jesuit hockey team came out tentative in their first league game of the year against Holy Name, falling behind 3-0 to the visiting Green Wave before storming back but ultimately falling 4-3 in overtime at the Kent State University Ice Arena On November 18.


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  • Warriors and Titans Clash To Open Thanksgiving Invitational At Kent State

    Special teams accounted for all the scoring as the Walsh Jesuit hockey team tied Toledo St. John, 2-2, in The Thanksgiving Invitiational opener for both teams at Kent State Univeristy on Friday, November 24.

    St. John's eight penalties helped the WJ power play gel as the Warriors scored twice. However, they also gave up a shorthanded tally to the Titans. The Warriors had a 30-19 shot advantage but their four penalties included a 5-minute major in the third period which the Titans used to tie up the game.
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