2014-15 NA3HL: Frontier Division Star of the Week
The NA3HL gives out a weekly “Divisional Star of the Week” award during each of the regular season. The awards, presented by Easton, are given to the top performing players in each of the four divisions (Central, East, Frontier, South) of the North American 3 Hockey League that are nominated by their head coaches.
For the week Ending December 12, 2014 (Week 11)
Frontier Division Star of the Week: Lucas Lomax, Forward, GF Americans
From a record and points standpoint, the top team to date in the NA3HL is the Great Falls Americans. They helped their cause this past week with four more wins including a perfect run at the NA3HL Showcase. Leading scorer and forward, Lucas Lomax, 20, led the way with five points in the four wins, including which included four goals (including two game-winners).
The 5’10/175 lbs native of Phoenix, Arizona began the week with a two goal, one assist effort in a 7-5 win over Glacier on Friday. On Sunday, Lomax scored the game-winning goal in a 3-1 win over Minnesota. On Tuesday, he had another game-winning goal in a 2-1 win over Point Mallard. He was also a +6 during the week and his 23 points leads the Americans in scoring to date.
Great Falls Americans head coach Jeff Heimel: “Lucas is a great kid and has been an incredible asset to our program over the last two seasons. He has an extra setp in his stride this year and is fully committed to the success of our team.”
Frontier Division Star of the Week (2nd Star):
Zack Mese, Forward, GF Americans