Kittanning hockey team tops Freeport |

Kittanning hockey team tops Freeport

Troy Schall’s second hat trick of the season helped Kittanning cruise to a 5-1 win over Freeport in a PIHL Class A contest Thursday night at the Belmont Complex in West Kittanning.

Schall had a four-point night for the Wildcats (4-0). Heinz Koster and Hunter Grafton also scored for Kittanning, which had its lowest goal total of the season.

Koster logged two assists. Hunter Anthony, Ian Cole, Mike Kelly and Tyler Crissman also finished with helpers.

Jon Hill scored Freeport’s goal. Travis Hill and Brendon Zack earned assists.

Cody Lee made 36 saves in net for the Yellowjackets (3-3), while Cameron Langham had 16 for Kittanning.

• Ford City 4, Greensburg Salem 1 — Ford City improved to 4-1 after its Open Class win at the Belmont Complex.

The Sabers held Greensburg Salem (2-3) to its lowest goal total of the season and scored four or more goals for the fourth game in a row.

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