Comeback win keeps ice hockey team undefeated


Ethan Spozarski

The Baldwin varsity ice hockey team defeated lost their quarterfinal game on Tuesday.

Ethan Franco and Maddison Houser

The Baldwin ice hockey team came from behind to defeat Meadville 4-2 on Monday and remain undefeated.

Scoring for Baldwin were senior Robbie Aranos, senior Keith Reed, junior Dom Trimbur, and junior Carson Kress. 

The Highlanders had been up 1-0 on the goal by Aranos, but then Meadville scored twice. In the third period, though, Baldwin scored three unanswered goals to secure the win.

Senior Dylan Belak said the victory was a huge one for Baldwin over a team that has become a rival.

“This was a big win for us since they beat us in the tournament and championships last year,” Belak said. 

Senior Zachary Borman credited the opposition with playing a strong game.

“Meadville played good. They had strong defense and the goalie was really good,” Borman said.

Baldwin, though, came up with the victory, moving their season record to 8-0.

The hockey team hopes to keep the energy and determination going when they play Greater Latrobe on the road at 7:15 p.m. Thursday.