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Crisswell scores hat trick in Senior Night loss to Penn Manor

Posted 2/4/14

Photos by Phil Hrobak Middletown’s game against Penn Manor was the last scheduled home game for seniors C.J. Gabner, left, and Noah Crisswell. Crisswell scored a hat trick in the game.Senior Noah Crisswell scored a hat trick on Senior Night, but …

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Crisswell scores hat trick in Senior Night loss to Penn Manor

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MDTiceHockeyPhotos by Phil Hrobak Middletown’s game against Penn Manor was the last scheduled home game for seniors C.J. Gabner, left, and Noah Crisswell. Crisswell scored a hat trick in the game.Senior Noah Crisswell scored a hat trick on Senior Night, but Middletown fell to Penn Manor, 11-3, on Friday, Jan. 31 in a CPIHL game at Twin Ponds East.

The Blue Raiders (4-12-1, 9 points) have one game left in their season, a scheduled road game against powerful Susquehanna Twp. (14-2-0, 28 points) at 7:45 p.m. at Twin Ponds East.

Crisswell scored two goals within 25 seconds in the second period to bring Middletown to within four, 6-2, at 11:26, but Penn Manor (14-2-0, 28 points) broke the string with a goal to take a 7-2 lead.

Crisswell’s third goal of the second period, at 15:09, brought Middletown again within four, 7-3.

Kyle Petoni and Lindy Vicari each scored a hat trick for Penn Manor. Middletown goalie Robert Allen made 49 saves. Penn Manor outshot Middletown, 60-19.

Middletown 4

Northern York 3

Nick Maneval, the team’s leading scorer, scored two goals and C.J. Gabner scored a goal and tallied three assists in the Raiders’ victory over Northern York (1-16-0, 2 points) on Monday, Jan. 27 at Twin Ponds East.

Maneval’s second goal of the game, at 5:29 of the third period, gave Middletown a 4-1 lead, and the Raiders held off the Polar Bears for the win.

Maneval’s first goal at 14:03 of the first period tied the game, 1-1, before the Raiders took charge with a two-goal second period.

Middletown goalie Dustin Wolfe made 18 saves in the victory. The Raiders outshot Northern York, 40-21.

Maneval leads Middletown in goals (18), assists (10) and points (28).

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