Year Round Goalie Success Story!

For those of you who missed our newsletter, we wanted to share with you the latest success of our Year Round Goalie Coaching participant, Cisco Clark-Silva! Cisco joined the program in September and is proving that our system works. Congratulations Cisco!!

Information that we did not receive until the newsletter went out, Cisco made the All Star Team!! Awesome!!!

http://naphl.com/news/story.cfm?id=16247

16U Apex Peak Performer (Goaltender) – Francisco Clark Silva, Rocky Mountain RoughRiders

Another big mover in the 16U Division was the Rocky Mountain RoughRiders, who also posted a 5-0 record at the event in Aston. Although both goalies Francisco Clark Silva and Andrew Miller shared in the wins, it was Clark Silva, who was literally perfect. The 16-year-old native of Boulder, CO did not give up a single goal in either one of his two appearances as he helped the RoughRiders to the perfect record. What made it more impressive was the fact he did it in 1-0 games. On the second day of the event, Clark Silva (6’3/200) stopped all 25 shots that came his way in a shutout of the Philadelphia Little Flyers. A day later, he stopped all 29 shots that came his way in a 1-0 win over the Washington Little Capitals. In total, he stopped all 54 shots that came his way during the weekend. Clark Silva’s 92.8% save percentage currently ranks 4th in the 16U Division. – www.naphl.com

16U Apex Peak Performer (Goaltender) – Francisco Clark Silva, Rocky Mountain Roughriders
Francisco Clark Silva was a busy goalie during the first event in Blaine. The 16-year-old native of Boulder, CO, had his hands full with tough games against St. Louis, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton and the Chicago Young Americans. Silva (6’3/200) posted a 2-0-1 record during the event, which helped the Roughriders into 1st place in the 16U Division after one event. In the shootout loss against the Chicago Young Americans, Clark Silva made 32 saves and allowed two goals in regulation. In the 4-1 win over Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, he made 16 saves and in the 4-2 win over St. Louis, he made 20 saves. Overall at the event, he stopped 68 of 73 shots, which was good for a 93.2% save percentage and a 1.67 goals against average. – www.naphl.com

 “Cisco just tallied 3 shut outs in a row! He was then called up to play U18 and stopped 14/15 shots v’s Thunder Bay Kings. They won 6-2 with the game winner not scored until the 3rd. He was called in mid 1st. Just wanted you to know he’s doing well!” – Maura Clark, Mother of Cisco!

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