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By Leader Times
Monday, Nov. 19, 2012, 11:50 p.m.
 

Freeport hockey coach Dave Hepler anticipated that his team might finish with more shots than its opponents this season, but the final total probably surprised even him in Monday's 13-2 road win over Greensburg Central Catholic.

The Yellowjackets (2-0-1) held a 58-7 edge in shots on goal against the Centurions (0-5), who scored twice on freshman goalie Katie Hill in the first period but struggled afterward.

Michael Frazetta and Cole Hepler led the offensive onslaught with five points each.

Brendon Zack had a hat trick, Greg Newman contributed four points, and John Bird, Nicholas Rusak and Hunter Kepple each had three points.

Freeport scored four power-play goals and also had a short-handed goal.

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