Madison Edgewood goalie Tommy Mohs (1) deflects a shot on goal by Waukesha North Co-op during the third period of a quarterfinal game of the WIAA State Hockey Tournament at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, Wis., Thursday, March 3, 2016. M.P. KING -- State Journal

Senior goaltender Tommy Mohs and junior forward Grant Reichenbacher of Madison Edgewood were named to the Wisconsin Hockey Coaches Association all-state team.

The two teammates from Edgewood, which advanced to the WIAA state tournament, were named to the first team, which had 24 players.

Area forwards named to the first team were senior Blake Ripley of Waunakee (35 goals, 52 assists, 87 total points), Waunakee senior Jacob Thousand (54-40-94) and Reichenbacher (34-24-58).

Area defensemen named to the first team were Madison Memorial Jack Andringa (10-30-40) and Middleton senior Davis Bunz (21-18-39).

Mohs (0.91 GAA, .955 save percentage, 276 saves) was among the goaltenders chosen for the first team.

Area players selected for honorable mention were:

Forwards – Madison Memorial senior Jacob Padley, Oregon senior Dylan Ziomek, Waunakee senior Parker Elvy, Janesville junior Tyler Perkins and Middleton sophomore Justin Engelkes.

Defensemen – Baraboo/Portage senior Steven Mordini, Madison Edgewood senior Nick Tancill, Madison Edgewood senior Justin Dragoo, Monona Grove senior Tyler Patton, Verona senior Zach Lanz, Janesville junior Nolan Frederick.

Goaltender – Sun Prairie junior Sam Dunn.

As previously announced, the American Family Insurance player of the year was Trenton Bliss of Appleton United and the Bob Johnson Memorial coach of the year went to Neenah co-coaches Mike Elkin and Jeff Lindeman.


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Jon Masson covers high school sports for the Wisconsin State Journal. He has covered a variety of sports — including the Green Bay Packers and Wisconsin men's and women's basketball and volleyball — since he first came to the State Journal in 1999.