Pictured: Back Row - Andrew Dakan, Tommy Finn, Nicholas Saleh, Dalton Lundy, Nate Kremer, Gabe Stueve, Zach Hannon, Coach Tim Hannon. Middle Row: Bobby Caffrey, Joseph Caruso, John Coughlin, Matthew Eimer, John Quinley, Brooks Elder. Front Row: Grant Du
Brookside-Hannon and Prairie Village-Ross provided the KCYLL with its second consecutive thriller in a 7th/8th championship game. As you may recall, last year’s winner Brookside-McLaughlin was taken to overtime by St. Paul’s before Charlie Farber buried the game-winner a few minutes into the OT. This year was also a squeaker as Brookside’s Teddy Crites and Prairie Village’s Ben Sight put on a display of offensive firepower. The score was knotted at 7 with less than 2 minutes remaining when Brookside tallied the go-ahead goal. After the ensuing face-off, Prairie Village was called for offsides and Brookside maintained possession to seal the 8-7 victory. Ben Sight and Teddy Crites each recorded four goals on the day while Prairie Village's Connor McGannon recorded 2 goals and commanded much of Brookside's defensive attention. Andrew Dakan recorded 10 saves in goal for Brookside which proved to be crucial in this tooth and nail battle.
Clubs participating in 2009 were Brookside, Johnson County, Northland, Olathe, Pembroke Hill School, Prairie Village, and St. Paul's Episcopal Day School.
U11 – Prairie Village – Perin
5th Grade – Brookside – Elmer
6th Grade – Northland
7th Grade – Northland
8th Grade – Brookside – Schrader
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The semi-finalist was St. Paul's!
Clubs participating in the league in 2008 were as follows:
Brookside, Johnson County, Northland, Pembroke Hill, Prairie Village, St. Paul's Episcopal