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Around the Fay West high schools

| Tuesday, March 24, 2009 12:00 a.m


Events of the week

Penguins Cup


Class A: Bishop McCort vs. Mars, 6:30 p.m., Mellon Arena

Class AAA: Seneca Valley vs. Shaler, 8:30 p.m., Mellon Arena

Pennsylvania Cup

State high school hockey championships, Ice Line, West Chester.


Class A title game: 11 a.m., Bishop McCort/Mars winner vs. Bayard Rustin

Class AA title game: 1:30 p.m., Latrobe vs. Council Rock South

Class AAA title game: Seneca Valley/Shaler winner vs. LaSalle

Note: Bayard Rustin, Council Rock South and LaSalle High School won the Flyers Cup championships.

Who’s who

Latrobe senior goaltender Nick Loyacona

Most goaltenders are known for their quirks. What do you think is the strangest routine you go through?

I don’t really have any routines before games, but during the games I tap all the posts with my stick. It’s sort of a habit, but I guess it’s a routine.

What do you like to do when you’re not playing hockey?

I like to snowboard and snowboarding’s probably my favorite thing. But I also play guitar and hang out with my friends.

As a guitarist, who is your favorite?

Jimmy Page from Led Zeppelin. I think he composes his music really well.

Which would you rather be an NHL goaltender or a rock star?

Probably an NHL goaltender because I’ve been playing hockey since I was six and it would be amazing to play in the NHL. You can always have music as something for fun.

If they were to make a movie about your life, what actor would play you?

I would have to say Johnny Depp because when people look at my playoff facial hair, they said I look like a pirate like Johnny Depp in ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ and I like the way he carries himself and his acting would be a good way to portray me.

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