Baldwin Ice Hockey remains undefeated after defeating Moon

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Baldwin Ice Hockey remains undefeated after defeating Moon

The ice hockey got back in the win column by beating Montour.

The ice hockey got back in the win column by beating Montour.

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The ice hockey got back in the win column by beating Montour.

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The ice hockey got back in the win column by beating Montour.

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In another dominant offensive performance, Baldwin ice hockey put 53 shots on net against Moon Township in a 5-1 victory on Thursday that keeps the Highlanders undefeated.

Baldwin has continued with the high-tempo offense that has gotten them to this undefeated record, and has remained constant in their game plan throughout the season. Senior James Dulya said the team was firing on all cylinders but remained focused.

“We know they had a bad record going in, but we couldn’t take them lightly,” Dulya said. “They had a really solid goalie.”

Junior Keith Reed scored the first goal of the game, early in the first period. Reed’s goal was followed by two goals from junior Dylan Belack, one goal by sophomore Logan Picchi, and junior Zach Borman scoring his first varsity goal. 

Eddie Nowicki had 19 saves in net as the winning goalie.

Moving forward, the team looks to keep rolling with seven games left in the season. Dulya said the team’s mentality is just taking it one game at a time and sticking to the coach’s game plan.

“Team’s are always going to want to come at us, but we stay together,” Dulya said. “No matter who the opponent is we stick to our gameplan.”

Baldwin’s next game will be Tuesday against Penn Trafford in Delmont.