SPASH’s Zagrzebski commits to Junior Hockey team
By John Kemmeter
Stevens Point Area Senior High School (SPASH) sophomore Trey Zagrzebski has committed to play junior hockey next season for the Barrie Colts of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL).
The Stevens Point native was a sixth-round selection of the Colts (107th overall) in the 2019 Priority Selection April 6, and made his commitment to the organization official May 15.
A 5-9, 174-pound forward, Zagrzebski had 22 goals, 30 assists and 52 points last season for SPASH, which finished 20-5-2 following an 8-6 loss to Wausau West in a WIAA Division 1 Sectional Final.
“The organization is very excited about the commitment from Trey,” said Barrie Colts general manager and head scout Jason Ford in a statement. “We welcome him to the Colts family, and feel he will be a key contributor for the club moving forward throughout his junior career.
“He is a skilled forward with excellent compete and hockey sense,” he said. “He was a welcomed addition to our recent Development Camp, and brings a variety of facets to the game that will help the organization.”
As a freshman for SPASH in 2017-18, Zagrzebski tied for second in the Wisconsin Valley Conference in assists (12) and tied for fourth in points (16).
Last season he was an Honorable Mention All-WVC selection as a sophomore, after he finished fifth in the conference in points (19), tied for fifth in goals (nine), and tied for sixth in assists (10).
He will attend classes at Innisdale Secondary School in Barrie, Ontario, Canada, in the fall.