Storer’s skills shine during senior season

by Coach Elliott on February 1, 2012

Brady Storer has had an eventful 1st 2 years at Northview. After transferring from Southview following his Freshman year he was ruled ineligible for most of his Sophomore and Junior seasons. He only played in 22 of a possible 64 games in those years. This season with his mind at rest he has let his skills take over to help lead the Cats to a 20-1-3 overall record, 4 and 0 in the league, as they head into a showdown this Friday night versus St. Johns.

Possessing some of the best skills of any defenseman in team history Brady has been an anchor on the power play and helped the Cats post a minuscule 1.29 goals against average this season. His 8 goals and 20 assist rank him near the top of the team for scoring. More importantly for Brady has been his ability to stick with the program through some hard time. In an era where many kids leave to find greener pastures, Brady has stayed. Luckily for the Cats he did. With just a handful of games left in the 2012 season Brady more than anyone else knows how precious this game is.

Congratulation’s Brady on your commitment to your team and to your self!! Good luck with the rest of your senior season and good luck Wildcats!!

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