Riverview Rams @ Community School of Naples Seahawks

The Riverview Rams (9-7) Varsity Boys made their way to Naples for their final game of the 2022 regular season against the Community School of Naples Seahawks (11-4). From the start of the game, CSN’s defense and balanced offense were too much for Riverview, as the Seahawks jumped out to a 10-2 lead by halftime. By the end of the 3rd quarter, with a running clock, CSN extended their lead to 15-3. When the final horn sounded, CSN picked up their 6th win in-a-row, 16-6.

Riverview’s scoring was led by seniors Ken Kaiser with 5 points (3G/2A) and Kevin Southerland with 2 goals. Starting in his 2nd game in-a-row, backup defenseman Ryan Fisher had 5 takeaways and 2 groundballs. Riverview’s goalie Will Leffler had 11 saves on 27 shots on goal.

CSN’s balanced scoring was lead by Ramsey Huggins with 6 points (5G/1A), Chase Atterbury with 6 points (2G/4A), Evan Calkins with 5 points (2G/3A) and Yates Miller with 4 goals.

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Riverview Rams @ Community School of Naples Seahawks

Playing their second game of the day in Naples, the Riverview Rams Varsity Girls (9-5) defeated the Community School of Naples Seahawks (4-9), 15-10 on Saturday in dramatic fashion. Shortly after losing 17-3 to Steinbrenner, it appeared the Rams would suffer another lopsided defeat when the Seahawks jumped out to an early 5-0 lead in the first five minutes of the game.  However, 4 goals by freshmen Chloe Hackl and 3 goals by sophomore Susan Lowther trimmed the Seahawks lead to only 10-8 going into halftime.  Through a combination of better defense, great goalie play by Mia Rey (16 total saves) and balanced scoring, the Rams were able to retake the lead in the second half, and pull out the win. Six different Rams would find the back of the net in the second half, and the defense held the Seahawks to only 2 goals.

Riverview’s scoring was lead by Chloe Hackl with 5 points (5G), Susan Lowther 5 points (4G/1A) and Chloe Jarman 4 points (3G/1A).

The Community School of Naples scoring was lead by senior Brooke Vroman with 5 goals.

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Riverview Rams vs. Steinbrenner Warriors (@ CSN)

The Riverview Rams (8-5) Varsity Girls made the road trip to Naples to play in an afternoon double-header on Saturday, playing their first game against the #3 ranked team in Florida 2A, Steinbrenner Warriors (9-1).  This game was put out of reach quickly for the Rams when the Warriors scored the first 10 goals of the game, and a 10-2 halftime lead.  Within the first 5 minutes of the second half, Steinbrenner was back up by 10 goals invoking the running the clock and cruised to an easy 17-3 victory.  Riverview’s Caroline Steinwachs had 3 points (2G/1A) for the Rams.

Riverview goalie Mia Rey’s 13 saves prevented the final score from being even more lopsided.

Nine different Warriors contributed to the scoring for Steinbrenner.

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