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A-K Valley roundup: Villani's hat trick leads Fox Chapel to win

| Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017, 9:27 p.m.

Chase Villani recorded a hat trick as Fox Chapel cruised past Blackhawk, 7-3, in PIHL Class A game at Beaver Ice Arena on Thursday night.

Shane Krhovsky recorded two goals and one assist, and Seth Krhovsky scored two goals and had two assists for the Foxes (2-3).

Tyler Radigan saved 21 shots in the win. Sean Steinle and Nicholas Tessier scored one goal and added one assist each for Blackhawk (0-5).

Westmont Hilltop 4, Freeport 2 — Logan Webb scored two goals and chipped in one assist as Westmont Hilltop defeated Freeport in PIHL Class A play at Belmont Ice Complex. Tyler Flowers recorded one goal and one assist and David Cavrak made 16 saves to earn the win for Westmont Hilltop (5-0). Kyle Hazelett and Sean Fennell scored one goal each for Freeport (1-5).

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