Shady Side Academy skates to tie, victory against British Columbia team
The Shady Side Academy hockey team traveled to Miami University in Oxford, Ohio to take on the Burnaby Winter Club from British Columbia, Canada last week.
In the first game, Burnaby took an early lead against the Indians.
The Indians got on the board with a goal by Pete McDonagh, with the assist by Eric Khalouf, but still found themselves down by 4-1 midway through the third period.
The Indians then mounted a comeback behind Keaton Baum.
He scored three goals, two of them coming in the final two minutes, as the Indians pulled out a 4-4 tie. Ryan Wagner had 36 saves in goal for SSA.
In the second game against Burnaby, the Indians took control early as Jake Lydon scored on a breakaway with assists going to Dan Onorato and Eric Baum. The Indians scored three more with goals by Keaton Baum, Max Devorris and Jake Kleindl and skated to a 4-1 victory. Scott Trellis was in goal for the Indians and faced 33 shots in the game.
FC players make all-star game
The PIHL All-Star games will be played Feb. 9 at Robert Morris University's Island Sports Center.
Two Fox Chapel players were chosen to compete in the event.
Brothers Anthony and Chad Veltri will play for the Class AAA Northeast team.
Anthony, a senior, plays forward, and Chad, a sophomore, is a goalie.
Anthony is one of the top scorers in the PIHL with 14 goals and 11 assists.
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