Campus Life

Highlander's beat Taft 4-1

1-0 Gunnery : Goal scored by Jimmy Rayhill, assisted by Robert Cronin and Riley Brennan
1-1 Taft: Goal scored by Ben Craine, assisted by Bobby Barrasso
2-1 Gunnery: Goal scored by Jimmy Rayhill, assisted by Robert Cronin
3-1 Gunnery: Goal scored by Duke Fishman, assisted by Robert Cronin and Alex Coady
4-1 Gunnery (empty net): Goal scored by David Andrechuyk, assisted by Jake DiGirolamo and Hunter Sansbury.
WIn - JP Mella (Gunnery) - 31/32 - 54:00 - 1 Goal Against
Loss - Thomas McAleer (Taft) - 37/40 - 53:00 - 3 Goals Against
Gunnery - 11-2-1
Taft - 4-5
It was a frigid night in Gunnery's Linen Rink as Gunnery matched up against Taft at 5:00 pm. The game got off to a great start as both teams got familiar with each other with a scoreless first 18 minutes of play.
It wasn't until a few minutes into the second period where the Highlander's capitalized on their first goal by Jimmy Rayhill '20 on the power play. Taft answered back quickly as they scored short handed just a few minutes later. Rayhill then responded with his second goal of the game to put the Highlander's up 2-1 before the second period ended.
Duke Fishman '19 added a third goal halfway through the third period to put Gunnery up 3-1 before David Andrechuyk finished the scoring with an empty net with just 50 seconds left in the game. Gunnery would go on to win the game 4-1 as JP Mella stopped 31 of 32 saves. Robert Cronin notched 3 assists on the day and the Highlanders improve their record to 11-2-1 on the year.

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