Local roundup: Ringgold skates past Falcons
Zachary Miller and Cody Grimm each scored a goal, but Connellsville dropped a 9-2 decision to Ringgold in a PIHL Open Division game at Rostraver Ice Garden on Thursday. Goaltender Thomas Clark made 28 saves for the Falcons (0-4).
Alex Nageli led the Rams (1-4) with three goals and two assists and Jesse Pry scored two goals. Ben Cafeo made 21 saves to pick up the win.
St. Vincent College 83, Penn State Fayette 56 — David Winns scored a game-high 17 points, but the Roaring Lions (1-5) dropped a nonconference game at St. Vincent College. Brandon Cunningham added 12 points and Ryan Hart 10 in the loss.
Dillon Stith led St. Vincent (4-2) with 13 points. Chris Klimchock and Isaac Turner each added 10.
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