Inline hockey picks up 2 more wins, stays undefeated

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Baldwin’s inline hockey team remains undefeated as they won their last game.

Maddison Houser, Staff Writer

Sophomore Levi McCrea had five goals over two games on Saturday, as the inline hockey team won twice to remain undefeated.

Baldwin defeated Canon-Mac 7-2 in the morning and then later beat North Hills 5-1. 

McCrea got one goal in the first game, while three Highlanders scored two each: sophomore Matt O’Malley, junior Carson Gnazzo, and junior JD Dettingler.

McCrea got four goals in the second game. Senior Stevan Winowich also scored for Baldwin.

“McCrea was in the right spot at the right time, ready to shoot the puck,” O’Malley said of his teammate’s big day.

The offense was impressive, but O’Malley praised goalie Bryce Scanlon as well.

Our goalie today was Bryce Scanlon, who only let in three goals over both games,” O’Malley said. 

The team usually plays just one game per weekend but had to play twice in one day to make up games lost due to the winter sports coronavirus shutdown. 

“We weren’t tired. We played better because the first game was like a warmup for us,” O’Malley said.