Four-goal second lifts W.C. East
Dylan McLaughlin scored two of his three goals in a four-goal second period to help West Chester East to a 7-3 ICSHL Ches-Mont vic- tory over West Chester Hen- derson on Wednesday at Ice Line.
The four goals negated a three-goal second from the Warriors to give the Vikings a 5-3 lead.
McLaughlin scored the lone goal in the first. He also added a pair of assists. Nicholas Castura added two goals and two assists, while Richard Mullineax and Nick Donnelly had a goal and an assist each.
Joseph Galitski recorded 18 saves for East.
Evan Partridge, Tommy Aughey and Ryan Brodmerkel scored for Henderson. Cougars in front. Colin Harple scored twice for East.
Ryan Johnson scored four times as Archbishop Carroll scored late in the third period to forge the ICSHL tie.
Matt Owens scored twice and Benjamin Meisinger had a goal and an assist to lead the Golden Knights to the ICSHL Ches-Mont win.
Joey Impagliazzo had two goals for the Indians. tied Radnor in the ICSHL contest. Konopasek’s shorthanded goal gave Conestoga the lead in the third, before Radnor came back to even it up.
Maddie Allen scored twice and Emma Shannon made eight saves as the Cougars rolled to the ICSHL victory. Alexis McGreevy and Rene Agsten scored in the first period to put East ahead. The Cougars peppered Lower Merion with 74 shots on goal.