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Kittanning hockey team conquers Mars

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Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2012, 11:02 p.m.
 

Kittanning junior forward Hunter Grafton played a part in each of the Wildcats' goals during a 5-3 win over Mars in Class A action Tuesday night at BladeRunners in Warrendale.

Grafton finished with a hat trick and helped set up two scores by Christian Miller, who had the game-deciding goal in the second period and also earned two assists. The duo appears ready to carry on the routine established a season ago, when they occupied second and third place among PIHL Class A points leaders.

Cameron Langham made 29 saves in net for Kittanning (2-0). Craig Mazzotta snuck one by Langham and also had an assists for Mars (2-1).

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