Boys hockey dominates Utica Stevenson, 13-0
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Boys varsity hockey finished their first post-season game with a victory over Utica Stevenson this past Thursday with a dominating score of 13-0.
South had a quick start in the first period, potting seven goals, and never looked back. The goals were scored by Adam Pitters ‘17 (3), Jack Flynn ‘17 (3), Andrew Vyletel ‘19 (2) and Jack Liagre ‘17 (2).
“We knew we were the better team, so we wanted to make sure we started the game fast so we could end it early,” Pitters said.
The Blue Devils continued their onslaught into the second period with another six goals, to mercy Utica Stevenson and end the game before the third. The second period goals were scored by Adam Cervone ‘17, Scott Miller ‘19, Jacob Fillmore ‘17 and Liagre. Pitters and Flynn both added a goal in the second to complete their hat tricks.
“It felt great to score three goals in one game, but the win felt even better and the fact that we are advancing in the playoffs,” Flynn said.
Goaltender Jack Jordan ‘17 boosted the team’s win by being a wall between the pipes, and having his first shutout of the year.
“Getting my first shutout of the year was a great accomplishment for me; my teammates were really supportive of my win,” Jordan said.
The boys hockey team will try to continue their playoff run Saturday against Brother Rice at Oak Park Ice Arena.