The NHP Roaring Tigers (GU16 Division 2) had an explosive 9-0-1 season in which the team not only scored a division title but also netted a spectacular 44 goals over the 10 games while only allowing 7. That +/- differential sits at 37. The next best differential was 18. These young women thoroughly dominated, posting 5 shutouts.
The NHP Pumas (BU11 Division 1) completed a strong 7-1-0 season, en route to claiming its team’s first division championship. The Pumas scored 20 goals and only allowed 8 goals allowed (both 2nd in the table) over the course of its 8 game season. This success came while cultivating a stellar sportsmanship rating of 336 points — good for second in the division — just 3 points behind the Sportsmanship winner.
The NHP Flying Tigers (BU15 Division 2) had their best season to date — going undefeated with an 8-0-1 record and winning its first division title. The Flying Tigers finished second in goals scored (23), which was good for second in the table and finished tied for first in goals against (11) over a 9 game campaign. The effort paid dividends as the Flying Tigers managed to eek out the edge in Sportsmanship — garnering 364 points and earning their second Sportsmanship award in team history.
The Lady Pumas (GU16 Premier Division) completed an excellent season going 6-1-2 in the Fall, scoring 22 goals (3rd) and allowing just 10 (2nd). The hard work paid off in the way of a solid 3rd place finish in Sportsmanship points and a 2nd place finish in the standings.
The NHP Panthers (BU10 N-Green Division) displayed a spectacular offensive output on the way to an 8-1-0 finish — good for 2nd place. The boys allowed the 2nd fewest goals against (8) while leading the table in goals scored (35) over the 9 games. In addition, the Panthers played a 6 game season with the Eastern NY Xpressway League — winning the table with an undefeated 4-0-2 record, outscoring the opposition 21-9 over the 6 matches.