SATURDAY, JANUARY 8
Park Regional 6, Gill St. Bernard’s 4
Ed Karpinski had a goal and four assists to lift Park Regional to a 6-4 win over Gill St. Bernard’s at Mennen Arena.
Wyatt Lieto and William Della Calce each recorded a goal and and assist for Park Regional, which improved to 5-3-1 (4-1 Haas). It built a 4-1 lead early in the second period, before Gill St. Bernard’s Michael Scarpati and Christian Mote scored 10 seconds apart to cut it to 4-3. Matthew McDermott and Jason Cirillo then scored 1:36 apart to restore Park’s three-goal advantage.
Patrick Mulligan also scored for Park Regional. Michael Scarpati netted two goals for Gill St. Bernard’s, while Porter Clark added a goal and two assists. The Knights dropped to 2-2-1 (0-2 Haas) with the loss.
High Point-Wallkill Valley-Kittatinny 3, Montville 1
Luca Carnemolla scored all three goals for High Point-Wallkill Valley-Kittatinny in a 3-1 win over Montville at Skylands Ice World.
Joseph Laino gave Montville the lead late in the first period. But Carnemolla scored with 11.6 seconds left in the second to tie it, before giving his team the lead with 6:16 to go. He added an empty-netter with 1:13 left in the game to seal it.
T.J. Ward made 25 saves for High Point-Wallkill-Kittatinny, which is now 3-5-1 with the win. Alexis Riley stopped 10 shots for Montville, which is still in search of its first win with an 0-12-1 record.
Bernards-Somerville-Middlesex 3, Newton-Lenape Valley 3
Bernards-Somerville-Middlesex scored three times in a span of just under six minutes in the third period to erase a three-goal deficit and earn a 3-3 tie with Newton-Lenape Valley at Skylands Ice World.
Tanner Clemson scored 45 seconds into the third to get BSM on the board, then Tim Jelinek and Taylor Favreau scored 1:17 apart just a few minutes later to tie the score.
Ryan Lynch and Ryan Flannery-Garlick both recorded a goal and an assist for Newton-Lenape Valley, while Anthony Piccirillo also scored. Newton-Lenape Valley is now 2-6-3 (2-0-1 Charette), while BSM is 6-0-2 (3-0-1).
Justin Zappe made 23 saves for Newton-Lenape Valley.
Livingston 4, Morristown-Beard 3
Morristown-Beard rallied from a four-goal deficit, but was unable to complete the comeback in a 4-3 loss to Livingston at Codey Arena.
Livingston, ranked No. 11 in the statewide Top 20 by NJ.com, built a 4-0 lead in the second period behind goals from Jace Dockx, Austin Vecchio, Egor Tarasyuk, and Dillon Schultz. Dylan Strauss scored for Morristown-Beard late in the second period, before Hutch McDonald and Billy Moloney scored 1:02 apart early in the third to cut it to 4-3.
Strauss finished with a goal and two assists for Morristown-Beard, which fell to 6-5 with the loss.
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