Barnstable’s Rogorzenski, Spalt; Falmouth’s Callahan named to Shriners All-Star Game


While the hockey season may be over for all but a handful of teams across the state, three local players will have the opportunity to lace up the skates on last time in their high school careers for the annual MSHCA High School All-Star game, presented by Aleppo Shriners.

Barnstable's Callie Rogorzenski gets a shot off on front of Falmouth's Hannah Callahan. Phil Garceau /CapeHockeyHub

Barnstable’s Callie Rogorzenski gets a shot off on front of Falmouth’s Hannah Callahan.

Barnstable’s Callie Rogorzenski and Caroline Spalt, as well Falmouth’s Hannah Callahan were named to the fourth annual girls all-star game.

The game is scheduled for Sunday, March 26th at Loring Arena in Framingham. The girls game is slated for 2:00, with the boys game to follow at 4:10. Admission to the event is $11 and all proceeds go directly to the Shriners Hospital for Children.

Rogorzenski, Spat and Callahan will represent “Team South”, a roster comprised of 23 players, and will face off with the roster from the north.

The full roster for all four teams can be found here.

All three skaters were named captains of their respective teams, and paved the way to a preliminary round victory in the postseason before both teams were eliminated in the first round.

Rogorzenski led all local girls skaters this season with 24 points (16 goals, eight assists) in the regular season, and added an additional five points in the postseason (two goals, three assists). The senior fell just short of 100 points in her career, tallying 94 points in four seasons at Barnstable.

Not known for her goal scoring, Spalt was instrumental in anchoring a high-energy second line. As a left-winger, she was fearless when it came to perusing pucks in the corners, despite her 5-foot-1 frame. Spalt finished with one goal and five assists in the regular season, along with a postseason goal.

Caroline speeds through the neutral zone in the second period of their win over Lincoln-Sudbury. Phil Garceau /CapeHockeyHub

Caroline speeds through the neutral zone in the second period of their win over Lincoln-Sudbury.

Falmouth has had a long history of sending players to the Shriners game (six in the previous two seasons) and they keep that streak intact with Callahan. The senior defender was one of just three seniors on this years roster, and had a huge hand in the scoring mix. Callahan blasted four goals from the blue line, and tacked on an addition five assists, to go along with a postseason goal against Fontbonne in the preliminary round.

The Cape & Islands have a history of sending players to the annual all star game, as Rogorzenski, Spalt and Callahan join over a dozen players from the previous two seasons.

2014

Kelly Ferreira, Forward, Falmouth

Maddi Haberl, Forward, Falmouth

Nicole Martin, Defense, Sandwich

Catie McShera, Forward, Barnstable

Morgan Richard, Defense, Barnstable

Madison Scavotto, Goalie, Falmouth

 

2013

Tyson Araujo, Forward, Martha’s Vineyard

Maddi Haberl, Forward, Falmouth

Kylie Hallam, Defense, Barnstable

Maggie Layo, Forward, Sandwich (All-Star Game MVP)

Morgan Richard, Defense, Barnstable

Alexa Scribner, Forward, Falmouth

Madison Scavotto, Goalie, Falmouth

Robbie Souza, Forward, Falmouth

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