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NORCAL 3 Stars

by Staff Writer / San Jose Sharks

Amber Moore

A hockey veteran of 10 years and a senior at Fremont High School, Amber is currently captain of the Jr. Sharks 19u AAA team. She was recruited by schools such as Yale, Dartmouth, and Cornell this past year, before ultimately deciding on Cornell, where she is excited about competing on a Division One level next year.

Amber is not only a competitive hockey player, she has won several fast skater and MVP awards over the years, but she is also extremely involved with school. She was the second term class president and on the Homecoming Court.

This former assistant captain for the Pacific Steelers at the NAHA Labor Day tournament and former captain of the 15u AAA team has three sisters who also play Jr. Sharks hockey and a brother who plays house-level at Logitech. What a commitment for both Amber and the parents!

Jessi Waters
Jessi Waters has paid her dues. A part of the first girls’ team in NorCal, the Blue Diamonds, Jessi has played hockey for U14, U15 and U19 teams and was the captain of the San Jose Jr. Sharks at the U12AAA level.

Jessi also played on the Boys Jr. Sharks for PWA, Bantam B and Bantam A teams, with the Bantam B team winning the CAHA State Championship in the 2002-2003 campaign.

She has been recruited and accepted an offer to attend Colgate University in Hamilton, New York in the fall of 2007 which follows up years of playing Varsity hockey in Connecticut at Westminster School. She played for the New England Prep School Girl’s Hockey League as well where she was Captain for the past two seasons.

Jessi also has 2 brothers, Ben and Nate who have played for the San Jose Jr. Sharks.

Holden Bubar
Holden Bubar scores goals. A member of the Stockton Colts, PeeWee B division, this center posted 15 goals and four assists for an average of three goals and one assist per game in the Winter Classic Tournament at the Logitech Ice Arena, San Jose.

Holden, also the team’s captain, had six goals and an assist in the in just the first and second periods of one of the tournament’s games. Keep it up Holden!

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