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The Barons Ice Hockey team destroyed Winston Churchill High School Varsity 2 in the first round of the playoffs last Friday, February 2nd, at Rockville Ice Arena.
Jonah Peters
Senior Alex Elias takes control of the puck

Barons Ice Hockey destroyed Winston Churchill High School Varsity 2 in the first round of the playoffs last Friday, Feb. 2, at Rockville Ice Arena. The Barons controlled the tempo of the entire game, winning by 15-1.

Churchill 2 came out hot with an early goal. This awoke something in the Barons, and they dominated the rest of the game with 15 straight, unanswered goals. Senior Colin Eccles scored the first goal, assisted by Sophomore Peter Lanpher and Senior Matthew Duffy. Duffy scored the second goal of the period, assisted by Eccles. Senior Aleksandr Talty then scored an unassisted goal for B-CC. Senior Danny Loughlin scored the 4th goal of the period for the Barons, assisted by Eccles. Talty scored another unassisted goal for his second goal of the period. Senior Francesco Guinand scored the 6th goal of the period, assisted by Freshman Leo Alley-Strocher and Sophomore Kiran Maltby. The first period came to an end with Sophomore Henry Swann’s goal, assisted by Senior Alex Elias. B-CC led at the end of the first period by a score of 7-1.

B-CC stayed in charge in the second period with an early unassisted goal by Eccles for his second of the game. Sophomore Brady Page then scored, assisted by Sophomores Grady Jiggens and Maltby. Junior Evan Williams scored an unassisted goal of his own. With only 26 seconds left in the second period, Eccles scored his third goal of the game, assisted by Senior Sebastian Harrison, which earned Eccles a hat trick. The second period ended with B-CC leading 11-1.

Alley-Strocher opened the scoring for B-CC in the third, with a goal assisted by Maltby and Loughlin. Jiggens scored an unassisted goal, followed by Talty, who scored his third goal of the game for a hat trick. With 55 seconds left in the game, Senior John Bruun scored unassisted to put the nail in the coffin for Churchill 2. When the final whistle blew, the Barons won by a whopping score of 15-1.

Of their big win last Friday, Talty said, “We overpowered them with our sick dangles.”

The Barons take on Wootton High School in the second round of the playoffs tonight, Feb. 9 at 10:00 p.m. at Cabin John Ice Rink.

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Aaron Lewis, Staff Reporter
Aaron Lewis is the star power forward for the Moco Rec Unknowns and he was a proud safety patrol at the Lower Hillcrest post in 5th grade
Jonah Peters, Staff Photographer
Jonah Peters is a senior and does photography for the Tattler. This is his first official year on the Tattler (although he unofficially took photos for them the previous year as well). In his free time he plays guitar, tennis, and also does his own photography.

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