Summit has reigned supreme in the Public C’s infancy, with two consecutive championships, and the team should be strong again despite a coaching change. Summit returns senior forward Tom Pryymak, who’s combined for 95 total points in the two Summit championship seasons. His twin brother, Nikita, is ready for a full season after recovering from a torn meniscus last season. He made 38 saves in the championship game against Chatham. There’s also forward Greg Spitznagel, who was recently selected by the Green Bay Gamblers in the USHL draft.