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Monday, Feb. 4, 2013, 10:20 p.m.
 

Thomas Clark made 60 saves in goal, but the Connellsville hockey team was defeated by visiting Keystone Oaks, 11-1, in PIHL Open Division action Monday. Jacob Miller scored a goal for the Falcons (0-14). Cole Chorba and Kody Bigley each picked up an assist.

Ryan Rosato led Keystone Oaks (11-4-1) with three goals and two assists. Michael Meyer made 10 saves to get the win.

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