Newton-Lenape win ice hockey opener


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  • Newton-Lenape Valley's Tyler Wilson (23) steers the puck as other hockey players maneuver near the goal post. Photos by George leroy Hunter




  • Hockey players battle for control of the puck.




  • Newton-Lenape Valley goalkeeper Trey Kaplan blocked 14 shots.




  • Pequannock goalkeeper Dylan Knighton drops downward to intercept the puck struck by Newton-Lenape Valley's Andrew Dalessandro early in the contest. Knighton blocked 45 shots. Dalessandro scored two goals.




  • A Newton-Lenape Valley player trails a Pequannock player who steers the puck.




  • Hockey players race for the puck.




  • Pequannock's Justin DeIntinis skates towards the puck.




  • A Pequannock Golden Panther steers the puck.




  • Newton-Lenape Valley's Tyler Wilson handles the puck.




  • Pequannock's Jason Pohlod in control.




  • Newton-Lenape Valley's Liam Cherry controls the puck. Cherry scored the game winning goal.




— Newton-Lenape Valley defeated Pequannock Township High School (Morris County, N.J.) in varsity ice hockey on Saturday, November 25, 2017. The final score was 3-2. The season opener took place at Skylands Ice World in Stockholm, New Jersey.

Andrew Dalessandro scored two goals for Newton-Lenape Valley, both with assists from Liam Cherry. Liam Cherry scored the game winning goal in the third period.

Newton goalkeeper Trey Kaplan blocked 14 shots.

Mike Kretkowski scored two goals for Pequannock, the second on a power play in the third period that tied the game at 2-2.

Pequannock goalkeeper Dylan Knighton blocked 45 shots.













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