Boys Prep Highlights: Salisbury fit to be tied

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HNIB Staff
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– #2 Salisbury had all but put the finishing touches on its 10th win of the season, leading Trinity-Pawling, 3-1, in the waning stages of the game and with a power play. But, the Pride shocked the Knights, scoring two shorthanded goals in the final minute to earn a 3-3 standoff. Down a man, Devin Brink got away on a breakaway and cut the Salisbury lead to one with a minute left in regulation. Then, just 22 seconds later, Brink fed defenseman Dan Kuter and he fired home another shortie to tie the game. T-P goalie Matt Michals was solid in overtime as Salisbury put on the pressure. Johnny Coughlin also scored for Trinity Pawling.


– Northfield spotted Avon Old Farms a 2-0 lead before rallying back for a 3-2 win. Ben Freeman, Matt Greenwood and Peter Owen Hayward had the goals for the Hoggers, while Conor O’Brien was solid in goal.

Ben Freeman Northfield
Ben Freeman


– St. George’s shaded Moses Brown, 3-2, in a battle of Rhode Island prep schools. Ian Keller had two goals for the Dragon, and freshman Troy Almeida had a goal and assist.



– Williston defeated Vermont Academy, 4-1. Max Willman stayed hot with a goal and three assists. Brandon Bork fired home two goals, and Tyler Scroggins had the other for the Wildcats.



Ryan Dmowski, recently committed to UMass-Lowell, scored two goals to lead Gunnery to a 5-2 win over Millbrook. The Highlanders were also the beneficiary of goals from Joey Fallon, Noah Bauld and Nathan Sucese.

Joey Fallon Gunnery
Joey Fallon



Joe Smith New Hampton
Joe Smith
New Hampton

– New Hampton edged out Berwick, 6-4.  Chris Berry scored two goals to lead the Huskies attack. Other scorers were Joe SmithCole Anderson, Trevor Mallett and Lucas Bjorklund.




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