* Salisbury and Avon Previous Farms renewed their rivalry this previous weekend, every choosing up a win on residence ice. The Winged Beavers doubled up Salisbury 6-Three with a pair of targets from defenseman Seth Robinson and Tim Heinke, and single targets out of Nick Capasso and Chase Ramsey. On Sunday up at Salisbury, the Crimson Knights took a 4-1 win led by a pair of targets from Sam Deckhut. Tommy Rooney and David Chen every added a purpose for Salisbury.
* Kimball Union stayed unbeaten with an 8-Three win over Proctor within the Lakes Area. Jaiden Moriello and Will Blackburn each scored twice for the Wildcats. Conner Chalmers, Matthew Maltais, Alex Keller and Bryce Bollman every scored as nicely within the win.
* Fitz Frechette had each targets and Cal Welch made 32 saves in St. Paul’s 2-Zero win over New Hampton.
* Kent bought into motion this previous weekend and picked up a pair of victories, downing Canterbury 5-Three after which 3-2 in OT. Ryan Remick and Dante Palumbo every scored two targets for the Lions within the first win. Within the additional time sport, Remick scored the game-winner, whereas Palumbo and Jake Kraft additionally had a purpose. Canterbury goalie Peter Papadopoulos made 48 saves within the 3-2 loss.
* KUA picked up a pair of wins over New Hampton, beating the Huskies 3-1 with targets from Bryce Bollman, Jaiden Moriello and Adam Cardona, and in addition 8-Three with a pair of targets apiece from Moriello and Liam Walsh, a purpose and two assists from Thomas Pichette, and a purpose from freshman Kyle Murray-Smith.
* New Hampton downed Proctor, 6-1. Alex Moeller led the assault with two targets, whereas Jackson Weglarz, Jake Terra, Ronnie Paragallo and Evan Moore every had one.
* Two targets every from J.P. Turner and Brendan Williams powered Avon Previous Farms previous Canterbury, 6-1. Nick Capasso and Jordan Palmer added targets for the Winged Beavers.
* St. Paul’s notched a pair of wins over Holderness. Jake Sullivan and Cooper Flinton had two targets every and Sam Sibold and Mick Frechette one in a 6-Four victory. Jake Boulanger scored twice for the Bulls, with Cooper Boulanger and Jake Waterman added a purpose apiece. St. Paul’s additionally took a 4-2 choice as Sibold and Owen Stadheim every contributed a purpose and help.
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