Elizabeth Forward hockey wins, 12-3; PSGA falls in overtime |

Elizabeth Forward hockey wins, 12-3; PSGA falls in overtime

The Elizabeth Forward hockey team has had the deck stacked against it most of the first few weeks of the PIHL season with a short bench of only nine players.

Led by a four-goal performance from junior defenseman Greg Vogt, however, the Warriors did enough scoring for any full team with a 12-3 victory over Franklin Regional Monday at the Center Ice Arena.

Evan Mulvihill and Sean Tubb also contributed two goals each to help pace the lopsided EF (3-3) win over the struggling Panthers (0-6), while Justin Delmaster, Daniel Neff, Dustin Briggs and Gunner Lees also found the back of the net for the Warriors.

After a 17-day layoff, EF returns to action on Dec. 2 when it will travel to face Greensburg Central Catholic (1-4).


Mt. Aloysius 116, Penn State Greater Allegheny 113, 2OT — Ryan Besonson made a lay up with six seconds remaining in the second overtime at Wunderley Gymnasium Monday to send Mt. Aloysius (1-0) to the win, while keeping the Lions (0-6) winless on the young 2010 campaign.

In a game that featured nine lead changes, six in regulation, PSGA was led by a game-high 41 points and 12 rebounds from former West Mifflin Area standout Darius Prince.

Jon Schmid also contributed 30 points and 15 rebounds in the Lions’ losing effort.

PSGA next travels to Geneva College Friday where it will open the weekend tournament against the host Golden Tornadoes at 8 p.m.

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