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VND roundup: Freeport hockey team edges Franklin Regional 6-5 in overtime

Stone Haberstroh’s goal 4:07 into overtime lifted the Freeport hockey team to a 6-5 victory over Franklin Regional (3-4) on Tuesday at Center Ice Arena.

Haberstroh’s goal, his second of the game, came off assists from Robert Reichenbaugh and Hunter Kepple.

Reichenbaugh led Freeport (4-3) with two goals and three assists, and Haberstroh had two goals and an assist. Kepple scored a goal and had two assists, and Michael Frazetta added a goal and an assist.

Fox Chapel 6, North Hills 4 — Jonathan Rice scored two goals in a 27-second span early in the third period to lift Fox Chapel to a come-from-behind victory over North Hills. Rice finished with two goals and two assists. Ben Friedland added a goal and four assists for the Foxes (4-2-2), and Cam Zmenkowski scored two goals and Adam Rosenberg scored one.

Recruiting

Deer Lakes softball pitcher Tiffany Edwards gave a verbal commitment to Division II Seton Hill on Tuesday. Edwards, a senior, also garnered interest from Point Park and West Virginia Wesleyan.

Edwards has a career record of 43-4. Last season, she went 17-2 with a 1.87 ERA and 120 strikeouts. She has helped the Lancers reach the WPIAL semifinals four straight times, with a WPIAL title and two runner-up finishes.

Swimming

Burrell School Board on Tuesday appointed assistant Haley Klaric as interim head swimming coach.

Superintendent Shannon Wagner said Klaric will oversee the team while Diane Swigart, the team’s coach since 2011, is on medical leave.


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