Riverview Rams @ Tampa Jesuit Tigers



“You only get better by playing the teams above you!”
The Rams traveled to Tampa, knowing just that; this would be the toughest game of the season so far for the Rams.  Prior to the game, Jesuit was ranked #24 in Nation, and #3 in Division 1A in Florida. FLN’s Lee Roggenburg stated during his YouTube Channel “Morning Coffee With FLN” on Friday morning, that “this should be a terrific matchup,” and boy was he right.

It would take a huge defensive effort by the Rams and timely scoring for the offense to defeat the previously undefeated Jesuit Tigers (9-1).  In the 4th quarter, with 9:40 remaining on the clock, Jesuit Junior, Chase Minacci put the Tiger’s up by 3 points with an impressive behind the back score and a 9-6 advantage.  Down by 2 goals, and only 3:10 left on the clock, Riverview’s coach DeLisser called a timeout, and it was just what he Rams needed, as :15 seconds later, Riverview’s Blake Quigley would find Ken Kaiser cutting to the front of the goal for a quick shot and score, pulling the Rams within one with 2:54 remaining. With the Rams down 9-8, and just :28 seconds remaining, Junior Ken Kaiser scored again to force the game into overtime.  It took nearly the entire 4 minute overtime before the game was finally decided, when, with just :24 seconds remaining and with the Rams “Man-up”, Kevin Southerland found Freshman JC Fleming who was able to shoot just above GLE for the game-winning goal.

The winning goal was setup by the heads-up play of Rams’ goalie Chris Johnson, who’s quick action on a wide shot by Jesuit’s Colin Kruger enabled him to get ahead of the Tiger’s attacker as the ball went out-of-bounds, to turn possession over to Riverview with less than a minute to play in the overtime.  Senior Tyler Horiuchi received the clear and took the ball the length of the field and drew a hard cross-check penalty in the back which put the Rams “man-up” with less than 30 seconds to go in the overtime.  The entire play is our “Highlight-of-the-Week.”

In the end, four different Rams would have 3-point games.  Blake Quigley (1G/2A), Ken Kaiser (3G), Will Evans (2G/1A), and Kevin Southerland (2G/1A).  Chris Johnson was stellar in goal with 15 saves, including 2 key saves in the overtime.

Jesuit Scoring Summary: So. #22 Colin Kruger (4 Goals), Jr. #14 Chase Minacci (4 Goals).  Jesuit’s FOGO, Scott Moore was nearly perfect at face-off, going 18-for-22.


Date Time League Season
Friday, March 26, 2021 7:00 PM Boys Varsity 2021


Jesuit High School
4701 N Himes Ave, Tampa, FL 33614, USA


Riverview Rams Boys Varsity2223110Win
Jesuit Tigers21429Loss

Riverview Rams Boys Varsity

# Player Position Goals Assists SoG Faceoffs FO Wins Ground Balls Take Aways Penalties Saves Goals Allowed
1Johnson, Chris (2019, 2020, 2021)Goalie00000200159
3Leffler, Ray (2019, 2020, 2021)Midfield00010330000
5Streitmatter, Josh (2019, 2020, 2021)Defense0000011000
6Quigley, Blake (2019, 2020, 2021)Attack1240000100
7Hudson, Kai (2018, 2019, 2020, 2021)Defense0000032000
8Fleming, J.C. (C)Attack1110010000
10Southerland, Kevin (2019, 2020, 2021, 2022)Midfield2150020000
11Minford, Lucien (2021, 2022, 2023)Attack0000000000
12Vilardi, Aden (2020, 2021)Defense0000010000
13Evans, Will (2019, 2020, 2021)Midfield2130030000
14Horiuchi, Tyler (2020, 2021)Defense10212142000
21Elliot, Nicklaus (2020, 2021, 2022)Midfield0000000100
28Hechlik, JamesMidfield0000020000
30Kaiser, Ken (2019, 2020, 2021, 2022)Attack3030010000
90Dirocco, Andrew (2020, 2021, 2022)Midfield0000010000
 Total 105182242452159

Jesuit Tigers

Position Goals Assists SoG Faceoffs FO Wins Ground Balls Take Aways Penalties Saves Goals Allowed