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High school roundup: Freeport records shutout

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Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012, 11:00 p.m.
 

Freeport and South Park remained even on the scoreboard through one period Thursday night at the Ice Castle in Castle Shannon.

Then the Yellowjackets turned to their odd-man specialists and surged ahead.

With three power-play goals and a short-handed tally, Freeport (3-1-1) pulled away from South Park (3-4) in the final two periods of the PIHL Class A contest to win, 5-0.

Michael Frazetta broke the tie with a power-play goal less than two minutes into the second period. Nicholas Zidek and Brendon Zack also had man-advantage goals. Greg Newman added a short-handed goal. Hunter Kepple scored Freeport's only even-strength goal and also had two assists.

Matt Huston earned the shutout with 24 saves, while South Park's Shane Walker made 39 stops.

Ford City 12, Ringgold 0 — At the Belmont Complex, the Sabers (5-1-1) dismantled Open Class foe Ringgold (1-6) for the second time in four days, again posting a shutout and scoring double-digit goals.

In two games, Ford City scored 32 goals and outshot Ringgold, 98-17.

John Phelps led the offense this time with a hat trick, and Marcus McCall and Jesse Valasek scored two goals apiece. Joe Cippel, Eli Thompson and Robert Kinsey each had a goal and two assists.

Chance McClain earned the shutout, while Ben Cafeo made 34 saves for Ringgold.

Kittanning 11, Greensburg Central Catholic 1 — Hunter Grafton scored four times in the first period, and Kittanning (4-2-1) held Greensburg Central Catholic (0-8) to 14 shots during the Class A blowout at the Belmont Complex. Christian Miller finished with a team-high five points (2 goals, 3 assists), while Eli Johns (1, 2) and Zane Wichowski (2, 1) each registered three points.

 

 
 


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