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Tigers blast Big Macs, 7-3

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by Jonathan Spina

On December 17, Canon McMillan caught North Allegheny on one of their worst nights and defeated the Tigers, 6-2. The narrative was very different Monday night when North Allegheny scored early and often to take down the Big Macs, 7-3. Tyler Lamark had a four-point night with two goals and two assists, and the NA power play went 3-for-5.

NA’s first goal came 2:40 into the game when Connor Chi got behind the defense and beat Big Mac goaltender, Mario Eafrati. The Tigers then picked up a goal five minutes later and had a 2-0 lead heading into the first intermission.

The second period was much more even with Canon McMillan scoring 37 seconds into the period on a Logan Ford snipe, cutting the lead to 2-1. Things stayed stagnant until three minutes remaining in the period when Tyler Lamark got a great feed from Chi and made the score 3-1, Tigers. A minute later, Tyler Sippel picked up a power play goal to really separate the Tigers from the Big Macs, leading 4-1 heading into the third.

There was nothing but scoring in the third period, North Allegheny picked up goals from Luke Washbaugh, Will Parreaguirre and Lamark to finish off the night, winning 7-3. For his efforts, Lamark was named the Wright Automotive Player of the Game. Chi added a goal and two assists and Parreaguirre picked up a goal and an assist. Tyler Boyles got the win making 21 saves on 24 shots.

North Allegheny improves to 15-3-1 overall with 31 points. With the win, the Tigers clinched the top seed in the Class AAA PIHL Playoffs. There’s one more regular season game for the Tigers as they take on Pine-Richland next Monday at the Baierl Ice Center once again.

Ice Hockey Summary vs. Canon McMillan, 2-17-20

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Third-Period Avalanche Helps NA Bury Bethel Park, 6-1

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North Allegheny turned a close game into a rout as the Tigers earned a 6-1 victory over the Bethel Park Black Hawks on Monday night at the Baierl Ice Complex. The Tigers led 1-0 after two periods and buried the Black Hawks with an avalanche of goals in the third.

After a scoreless first period, North Allegheny tallied the first marker with a Will Parreaguirre goal at the 11:26 mark of the second period.

While the first two periods were tightly contested, the third period was owned by the Tigers. Tyler Lamark opened the floodgates just 58 seconds into the period and the rout was on. Tyler Sippel followed with a pair of goals and Lamark added another for a 5-0 lead with 9:52 remaining in the third.

Bethel Park broke the shutout with a goal by Aiden Gorman with 6:32 to play but the goal was too little, too late. NA’s Tyler Putnam closed out the scoring two minutes later to bring the score to its eventual final, 6-1, Tigers.

In net, Tyler Boyles picked up the victory with 26 saves on 27 shots. Logan Dalhstrom took the loss for Bethel Park with 26 saves.

With the win, North Allegheny remains in first place with a 14-3-1 record and 29 points in the standings. Bethel Park slides to 7-9-1 overall and sits in eighth place in Class AAA.

Ice Hockey Summary vs. Bethel Park, 2-10-20

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NA Edged By Cathedral Prep, 5-4

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Cathedral Prep scored twice late in the third period to sneak past North Allegheny on Thursday night, 5-4, at the Mercyhurst Ice Center.

The Tigers trailed 3-0 in the second period and rallied to take a 4-3 midway through the third. At the 9:44 mark of the second, Kevin Hart scored NA’s first of the night to trim the deficit to 3-1. Vince Abel added another goal for the Tigers at the 13:58 mark of the second, cutting the CP lead to 3-2.

Following intermission, North Allegheny continued its comeback bid with back-to-back goals from Tyler Sippel and Tyler Lamark to grab a 4-3 lead. The Lamark goal came at the 10:14 mark of the third period.

The North Allegheny lead was short-lived, however, as Prep’s Ryan McKinsey and Jonathan Zambroski both scored late to give the Ramblers a 5-4 victory. Zambroski’s game-winner came with 4:15 remaining.

The Tigers heavily outshot the Ramblers, 33-21, and had numerous scoring chances. Unfortunately, NA couldn’t cash in and went 0 for 7 on the power play.

Despite the loss, North Allegheny remains in first place in the Class AAA standings with a 13-3-1 record. Cathedral Prep improves to 9-6-1 and is tied for fifth place with Seneca Valley. The Tigers will look to bounce back with a home game on Monday, February 10 at 7:00 p.m.

(Photo courtesy of Brian Mitchell and Pittsburgh Hockey Digest.)

Ice Hockey Summary vs. Cathedral Prep, 1-30-20

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NA Seniors Dazzle, Will Parreaguirre Nets Hat Trick On Senior Night

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It was senior night at the Baierl Ice Complex in Warrendale and the North Allegheny seniors shined in a 7-3 victory over the Seneca Valley Raiders on Thursday night. Senior forward Will Parreaguirre was the headliner by posting a hat trick, including two goals in the third period, to capture Wright Automotive Player of the Game honors.

Sophomore Luke Washabaugh and Parreaguirre netted early goals for North Allegheny for a 2-1 lead by the end of the first period.

The Tigers tacked on two more goals in the second period on a goal by senior Tyler Putnam, and another by Washabaugh, for a 4-1 advantage.

Seneca Valley made a push in the third period with a pair of goals but North Allegheny sealed the win with a marker from Kevin Hart and two more by Parreaguirre to finish off a 7-3 victory. Seneca Valley’s Chris Belt tallied one goal and one assist to lead the Raiders.

Fittingly, senior Tyler Boyles got the start in net and earned the victory for the Tigers with 34 saves. Cole Hoffman stopped 17 shots in a losing effort for Seneca Valley.

With the win, the first-place Tigers improve 13-2-1 overall, while Seneca Valley remains in third place with a 9-5-1 record. The Tigers will head to Erie on Wednesday, Jan. 30 to face Cathedral Prep at 8:30 p.m.

Ice Hockey Summary vs. Seneca Valley, 1-23-20

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NA Locks Up Playoff Berth Behind 5-Goal Night From Tyler Putnam

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The North Allegheny ice hockey team secured a playoff berth on Tuesday night with a 9-0 blowout over the Central Catholic Vikings at the Alpha Ice Complex. Senior Tyler Putnam led the avalanche of goals with a five-goal effort, giving him a team-best 15 goals on the season.

Putnam netted the first three goals of the night and the rout was on. The Tigers scored four goals in each of the last two periods as the highest scoring team in Class AAA picked apart the Vikings defense.

A number of Tigers checked in with dazzling performances, including Trey Gallo with four assists and Kevin Hart with one goal and three assists. Senior Will Parreaguirre tallied a pair of goals and Tyler Lamark added a marker.

In net, Tyler Boyles earned the win with 18 saves for his second shutout of the season.

With the win, first-place North Allegheny improves to 12-2-1 on the season. Central Catholic slides to 2-12-0 on the year. The Tigers will host Seneca Valley for Senior Night on Thursday, Jan. 23. The game will be broadcast live via the internet on the North Allegheny Sports Network.

(Photo courtesy of Brian Mitchell and Pittsburgh Hockey Digest.)

Ice Hockey Summary vs. Central Catholic, 1-14-20

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