Hockey: Newark East Side Edges Dayton – Brearley – Union 2-1

Credits: Chip Dickson

ROSELLE, NJ – Newark East Side High School edged the Dayton-Brearley-Union Bulldogs 2-1 in an early evening game at Warinanco Ice Rink.  

Newark opened the scoring with a goal in the first period and held the 1-0 lead through the second period.  In the third period the Bulldogs tied the game with just under six minutes left in the period only to have Newark respond with the winning goal 19 seconds later.

Newark East Side goals were scored by Luis Martinez on assist by David Dos Santos and Gabe Dos Santos.   Gabe Dos Santos scored the difference maker in the third period.

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Newark’s goalie Matt Villacis stopped ten of eleven shots on goal.

Victor Velazquez scored the Bulldog’s goal on an assist from Gary Mignone.

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