Offensive forward commits to join Penticton Vees next season

Warren Foegele, scoring leader for St. Andrew's College, commits to join the Penticton Vees next fall

Warren Foegele has committed to play for the Penticton Vees next season.

The Vees made the announcement on Tuesday.

“Warren attended our training camp prior to returning to St. Andrew’s this season and we knew from his short time in Penticton, Warren was a player that would be a huge addition to our team in 2014-15,” said Vees general manager Fred Harbinson.

Foegele, 17, is currently enrolled at St. Andrew’s College (SAC) in Aurora, Ont., where he plays for their Varsity hockey team. SAC plays in two leagues, the Conference of Independent Schools Athletic Association (CISAA) and the Midwest Prep Hockey League (MPHL).  Foegele leads SAC in scoring in the MPHL with six goals and 21 points in just nine games. He has another three goals and four points in as many games in the CISAA. Overall, Foegele leads SAC in scoring, with 15 goals and 37 points in 17 games. He is eight points better than the next highest scorer.

The Unionville native had 37 goals and 73 points in 58 games last year for SAC’s Varsity team and was named a CISAA and MPHL All-Star. Foegele already has a commitment to play for the University of New Hampshire Wildcats in 2015.

 

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