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Alle-Kiski Valley high school roundup: Plum hockey falls to Bethel Park

| Monday, Nov. 20, 2017, 11:45 p.m.

The Plum hockey team led by one goal at the end of the second period of Monday's PIHL Class AAA game at Pittsburgh Ice Arena.

But visiting Bethel Park rallied with two scores over the final 17 minutes to earn a 3-2 victory.

The Mustangs fell to 1-6 in league play, and the Black Hawks improved to 2-5.

J.C. Bele tallied the tying and winning goals for Bethel. Dom Borriello scored twice for Plum, and one of his goals came as the Mustangs were short-handed.

Sergio Benitez made 33 saves for Plum.

Meadville 11, Kiski Area 5 — Nick Frantz scored six goals and added two assists as Meadville cruised to a Varsity A win over Kiski Area. Luke English scored four goals and recorded one assist for Meadville (7-0). Austin Lapiana recorded a hat-trick and dished out one assist for Kiski Area (3-4).

Thomas Jefferson 5, Fox Chapel 2 — The Jaguars (7-0) scored three third-period goals to break a tie and record the Varsity A victory over the Foxes (2-4-1). Matt Krieger scored twice and added an assist to lead Thomas Jefferson, and Chase Villani scored on the power play and recorded an assist for Fox Chapel. Tyler Radigan made 40 saves in net for the Foxes.

Postponement — A power failure Monday at Frozen Pond Arena in Valencia postponed the Varsity A game between Deer Lakes and Greensburg Salem. A rescheduled date for the game has yet to be announced. The Lancers (4-2) return to action next Monday at 7:10 p.m. with a home game against Westmont Hilltop (5-0).

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