Hopes For the Playoffs

The Regis Jesuit Hockey has their sights set on a Ring.

Nate Mchugh

 

“Not high enough, we should be number one,” said senior captain Blake Bridges. The Regis Jesuit hockey team has been unstoppable this season thanks to great teamwork and coaching lead by coach Woodley.

This season has been one of Regis Jesuit’s best seasons as they continue to climb up the national rankings. They have been jumping around in the top five spots in the nation all season. The team hopes to bounce back after a tough loss to Denver East and a tie with both Valor and Fort Collins.

Bridges said, “Attitude has been a rollercoaster we are ready to go up and up.” There are extremely excited to make a deep run into the playoffs and are confident that they will win another state title for the program.

Coach Dan Woodley has created a dynasty here at Regis Jesuit and just took home his 300th win as head coach for the Raiders. Coach Woodley has helped the team to 14 consecutive playoff seasons winning five state championships and hopes to capture his sixth this year.

This season the Raiders have been on a roll, winning 15 games losing only once to the number one team in the nation. This year has been one of the most successful years under Coach Woodley. Earlier in the year they were ranked number one nationally and since than have feel to number four. The Regis Jesuit community wishes the Raiders good luck as they enter the playoffs.