Leo High School Hockey: Welcome
|Leo Hockey T-Shirt|
|Scott Jacoby at Leo tryouts 2010|
Wednesday, October 23
On September 28, Leo defeated Homestead. On the next three Wednesday nights, Leo defeated Panthers, Saints, and Bruins. At the same time Carroll defeated the same four teams. Leo and Carroll were undefeated and tied for first place in the league. On October 23, 2013, Leo defeated Carroll 10-5 and became the lone #1. This is the first time Leo has been the lone #1 in Fort Wayne.
On October 16, Scott became the points leader in the state and league. After the Carroll game, Scott and Nick Janiszewski of Leo are tied in points. Two weeks in a row, Nick had three goals and three assists to catch Scott. In the Carroll game, Scott had four assists and injured a leg late in the game. Scott is also having two top wisdom teeth removed on the next two Thursdays.
Wednesday, October 16
Monday, September 9
Scott had a job at the Towne House Retirement Community doing meal duty. He burned his hand so could not play when Team Indiana defeated IPFW. He did play some inline hockey with the Tropics at Canlan and the Plex. They won a trophy at Canlan. Scott was suffering extreme leg pain but tried to keep going with Leo Summer Skates. On the way to one of those he totaled the Evo but nobody was hurt. He decided to have the screws removed from his leg. SO he could not play with Team Indiana at the Motor City Cup in September. He will not be playing with Team Indiana, Leo Lions, or Phantoms until late September 2013. He did play with the Phantoms one game on September 22, 2013, then the opening game with Leo vs Homestead on September 28. Scott scored the winning shootout goal against Homestead.
Thursday, February 28
Scott played the whole season. He was third high in points in the city and state so he received a plaque. He also was selected first team All-City. Leo lost the Memorial Cup championship game to Homestead again.
Sunday, July 29
(2012-2013) Scott was selected at the Team Indiana tryouts
Saturday, March 10
Sunday, March 4
Wednesday, February 29
Scott did not play because of his broken leg. However, before the game the five top goalies and five top scorers were named. Because of Scott's 34 points in the first 13 games, he was fifth high scorer. Scott was also voted by the head coaches to the All-City second team. Scott is a sophomore - There were no other Leo players on either All-City team.
Wednesday, January 4
after the commercial - when you see players - advance the counter to about 13:30 and watch the right side of the screen - Scott gets the puck and turns toward the goal
Wednesday, November 30
Sunday, October 23
The Phantoms won the first three games 4-0, 9-1, 12-1, and Scott had 7 goals. In the third game he scored 2 goals in the first period so played defense but not for long. In the final game, they were 1-1 so had to go into overtime. Scott got the assist on the winning goal. Scott was named tournament MVP.
Wednesday, October 19
Wednesday, October 5
Sunday, October 2
The Phantoms lost to Maine Twp Friday night but won on Saturday vs the Lake Forest Scouts. They played the Marquette Mustangs (who had won three pool games) in the Semi-Final and won 5 to 1. They had to play the Maine team again in the championship. The game was tied up by the Phantoms scoring two goals in the last 56 seconds. They played through a 4 on 4 overtime and a 3 on 3 overtime. In the shootout, Gillig, Jacoby, and Stover scored to only two for Maine Twp. Scott was named the tournament MVP - he said he had three goals and six assists.
Sunday, March 6
Thursday, February 10
Carroll is in first place. By defeating Homestead and Northrop the last week, Leo replaced Homestead as the city league runner-up in the regular season. First and second place teams have a bye for the first week of city play-offs. Scott had 5 goals and 12 assists in the 15 city games. He had a goal in the last game.
Wednesday, November 10