The Rye Town/Harrison Titans lost to the Somers/North Salem Sabers 6-0 Monday.
"They played a good hockey game and we didn't," said Titan Co-Head Coach Rob Striar.
Striar said despite the loss in the team's final game of the season, the Titans have a lot of talented players who play with a lot of skill, heart and teamwork.
The Titans and Sabers both had six shots each on goal in the first period, with the Titans coming up short by letting one shot in past the crease with close to six minutes to go in the period.
"We didn't skate," Titans Co-Head Coach Steve Forzaglia said about his team's performance."We played a good first period and then didn't show up after that."
The game got away from the Titans in the second period as the Sabers tallied four goals.
The first one came with just under eleven minutes left in the period on a shot from the other side of the ice.
Less than two minutes later, the Sabers would strike again at 9:32 for a 3-0 lead, forcing Striar to call a timeout.
Thanks to good Titans' defense, the Sabers' next score didn't come until under eight minutes to play in the period.
However, the Sabers scored a fifth goal about a minute later through Titan defenders, giving the team a 5-0 lead.
"They worked hard. They beat us to the puck," Striar said.
The Sabers still managed to get by the Titans defense in the third period for another goal, and a 6-0 lead as the puck slid into the net.
Titans' goalie Jaime Ketchabaw had many key saves in net despite the loss.
The Titans had 15 total shots on goal, with six in the first period, five in the second, and four in the third. The Sabers, who also had six in the first period, attempted 11 in the second, and seven in the third for a total of 24 in the game.
Rye Town/Harrison next plays Sunday in the Section One Hockey playoffs against a soon to be determined opponent.