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Spring-Ford Varsity Ice Hockey Ties Perkiomen Valley 5-5

Spring-Ford Ice Hockey game Friday, Nov 30th.

 

Spring-Ford Varsity Ice Hockey Ties Perkiomen Valley 5-5


Despite falling behind 4-0 in the first period to cross town
rival Perkiomen Valley on Friday night, Spring-Ford wasn't about to give up. Thomas Kisela started the scoring by taking a pass from Ben Geremski and sending it into the net just :36 seconds into the 2nd period. Tyler
Murphy provided an unassisted goal minutes later. PV threatened again when they scored a 5th goal.  However, less then a minute later Murphy took a pass from Kisela and scored again.

The third period marked a great defensive stand by the Rams with Goalie Adam Panzarella stopping PV's offensive line. Kisela and Murphy combined for two more goals with Kisela recording his first hat trick of the season.

Although Spring-Ford ended the game with a 5-5 tie, it was an outstanding effort by the boys. The never gave up.

 

 

 

 



 

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