NLV skaters top Gill Saint Bernard


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  • Newton-Lenape Valley players deflect the puck from their goal post. Photos by George Leroy Hunter




  • NLV's Greg Wanamaker.




  • NLV's Todd Zellars steers the puck.




  • A Gill Saint Bernard's Knight in control.




  • The puck rolls towards NLV's Andrew Dalessandro. Dalessandro made one assist.




  • The puck zips past the front of the goal post, as Gill Saint Bernard's Matt Cooper defends.




  • NLV's Kyle Vandenberg connects. Vandenberg scored one goal.




  • Hockey players clash for control.




  • The puck slides towards Newton-Lenape Valley (NLV) goaltender Trey Kaplan. Kaplan blocked 20 shots.




— Newton-Lenape Valley defeated Gill Saint Bernard's School (Gladstone, N.J.) in varsity ice hockey on Saturday, December 16, 2017. The final score was 4-1. The game took place at Skylands Ice World in Stockholm, New Jersey.

Liam Cherry scored the first goal for Newton in the first period. Tyler Sevean, Ryan Vandenberg and Kyle Vandenberg scored the other three goals. Jake Kaplan made three assists.

Goaltender Trey Kaplan blocked 20 shots for Newton-Lenape Valley (NLV).

Vincent Cucci scored for the Gill Saint Bernard's Knights in the third period. Edward McCarthy made the assist.

Goaltender Matt Cooper blocked 31 shots for the Gill Saint Bernard's Knights.

Team records: Gill St. Bernard's Knights 1-4. Newton-Lenape Valley (NLV) 6-1.











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