Around The Rinks • Friday, Feb. 2

“Around The Rinks” is a new segment on DEHockeyNight.com, bringing you recaps of scholastic action in and around the First State and focusing on the teams Delaware Hockey Night covers.
Friday, February 2, 2018
DMA 14, Garnet Valley 4
The DMA Seahawks sprinted away from Garnet Valley, 14-4, at the Patriot Ice Center in Newark, Del.  Markus Cook led DMA with five goals and four assists, Max Ruggerio had a quartet of goals, and Braedon Dougherty tallied a pair.
After Ruggerio’s second goal of the game gave DMA a 5-2 lead in the sixth minute of the second period, Garnet Valley goalie Joshua Juliano became unable to continue his duties between the pipes, leading to the Garnet Valley side fielding six skaters for the remainder of the game but giving up nine empty-net goals.
Anthony Guerrieri registered 23 saves on 27 shots faced in victory.
St. Mark’s 10, Interboro 0
The St. Mark’s Spartans continued their march on the ICSHL South Division with a 10-0 trouncing of Interboro at the Patriot Ice Center.  Captain Joey Centrone recorded two goals and two assists for the Spartans, while Patrick Swain, Lance Ralsten, and Liam Kline contributed two apiece as well.  Will Ralsten and Alex Hartwick also found the back of the Interboro net, as Buccaneers goalie Hunter Chubb was overwhelmed by 45 total shots on goal.
Giovanni Casagrande earned a shutout between the pipes for St. Mark’s, stopping all 19 Interboro shots on net.
Malvern Prep 7, Salesianum 0
The Malvern Prep Friars completed a season sweep of the Salesianum Sallies with a 7-0 win at the Patriot Ice Center.  Charlie Andress led Malvern with a pair of goals, both in the third period, while Daniel Dougherty was perfect in net, saving all 20 Salesianum shots he faced.
For the Sallies, Owen Schlegel stood in for usual goalie Graham Burke and made 33 saves on 40 shots in defeat.  Penalty trouble for the Sallies led to three Malvern power-play goals on eight total chances.
Msgr. Bonner 4, Springford 1

At Center Ice in Oaks, Pa., the Msgr. Bonner Friars got back in the win column with a 4-1 decision over Springford.  Jake Moleski and Tyler Ruppert scored two goals apiece for the Friars, while Connor Lewis saved 13 of 14 shots faced.  Aidan Cooley scored the lone Springford tally in the ninth minute of the game before the Friars responded with a quartet of unanswered goals.

Middletown 4, DuPont/Conrad 3

A pair of goals from Carson Moore put the Middletown Cavaliers out of reach of DuPont/Conrad, 4-3, in Delaware High School Hockey League (DHSHL) action at the Patriot Ice Center.  Noah Marchiafava and Raj DuBois also connected for Middletown, while Tyler Page and Steven Boyles teamed up for all three DuPont/Conrad goals.

Vincent Paloni backstopped Middletown, saving 15 of 18 DuPont/Conrad shots, while Austin DuPlanti turned aside 44 of 48 shots faced in defeat.

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