2018 A/B Rhino Cup Winners
FR-Nate Miller Jake Sheffield (C), Spencer Mannes, Zach Bettmeng, Lucas Figland
BR: Chaitanya Marvici, Bryce Andersen, John Miller, John O’Malley (A), Ben Prisbe, Brian Prisbe
Not Pictured, Mason Nelson, Ben Jorgensen, Matt Waldner
2nd Place was the Rhinos
FR: Paul Harbaugh, Jason Gervais, Roger Kasa, Matt Reiff, Spencer Lawrence
BR: Pat Klotzbach, Karl Forsburg, Brian Rice, Mitch Bump, Bill DeNet, Matt Niessink (A), Tyler Lawrence (C)
Not Pictured: Ryan Sztapka, Merritt Rysvay
3rd Place was the Timbers
BR: Gil Haugan,Rick Everist, Vince Anderson, Nick Schroeder, Kevin Heinen, Joe Bozied, Jeremy McClennen(C)
Not PicturedL Toby Bertsch (A), Talon Flachman, Wyatt Nielsen
4th Place the Toilet Bowl winners Silverbacks
BR: Jeremy Janacek (C), Cole Turner, Josh Dockstader (A), Dallas Pfeiffer, Daren Cook, John McCollister, Shawn McDougall
Not Pictured: Paul Koupal
Here are the players that won some hardware for the 2018 Cenior Rhino spring session.
John Roesler won MVP of the league
with 9 goals 8 assists for 17 points
Ryan Peterson won the Playmaker with 11 assists.
Nick Forgerty won MVP Goalie
with 190 shots on goal. 21 goals against.
169 saves for 89 saves percentage.
Pat Hectorne won the Sportsmanship Award.
Sam Santa Maria won
the Scott Kelly Most Improved player.
FR-Nick Fogarty, Brigham Wachal, Dallas Shearer, Nick Roach, Ryan Peterson, Jack Berger
BR-John Roesler, Jay Kahl, Adam Cooper, Ryan Soye, Brandon Mercado, Chris Mercado
Not Pictured: Tanner Jones, Tom Weisbecker
Yaks 2nd place
FR- Nick Sorensen, Clark Highby, Levi Olson, Maddie Elkins, Joe Barton
BR- Vince Carrig, Kyle Sampson, Brian Knutson, Ty Toribio, Rick Roach, Jason Henry, LandonTreftz.
Not Pictured: Holly Zimmer, Bill Peterson
2018 Cenior Rhino Toilet Bowl Winners White Stars
This years award winners MVP was a Tie between Austin Klueber & Brigham Wachal both has 17pts
Playmaker went to Brigham Wachal with 9 assists
MVP Goalie was Nick Fogerty with 86.70% save percentage
The Scott Kelly Most Improved Player went to Ryan Peterson
The Sportsmanship award went to Steve Rasse