Players of the Week for the Western Region, April 20

This week we look at an outstanding attacker from Colorado, a double-threat defenseman from the Pacific Northwest, and a goalie standing on his head in Michigan.

Hunter Hall, Attack, Arapahoe (CO)
The defending state champions continued their torrid pace and Hall's efforts in the Warriors recent 12-6 win over Cherokee Trail (CO) was a big part of it. Hall notched five goals in the game--including four in the first quarter alone--in addition to one assist to put together a monster game. A huge game against Cherry Creek (CO) looms ahead, and the Warriors will need Hall to continue his scoring touch.

Nick Kinsler, Goalie, Lake Orion (MI)
In the Dragons' low scoring 5-3 win over North Farmington-Harrison (MI) Kinsler clearly proved to be one of the best net-minders in the state. All game Kinsler made crucial stops as he finished with 12 saves to provide a big win for his squad early in the season.

Thomas Brook, Defenseman, Puyallup (WA)
The first defenseman to get weekly honors this year, Brook is a commanding force from both the offensive and defensive ends of the field. Committed to Whittier, Brook keyed a defensive effort last week in which the Vikings went 2-0 and held their opponents to a total of seven goals. He has dominated by winning face-offs and ground balls, and for his efforts Thomas Brook was the player of the week.


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