Lakeland/Panas Blows Out Pawling on Ice

P.J. Kowal and Lakeland/Panas defeated Pawling 10-0 on Dec. 17. Credits: File

SHRUB OAK, N.Y.-Lakeland/Panas’ ice squad was on fire as it blew out visiting Pawling 10-0 at the Brewster Ice Arena on Dec. 17.

Brett Hanson (4G, 1A), Quinten Evangelou (2G, 1A), Joseph Jimenez (1G, 3A), Joe Fareed (1G, 1A), Paige Sullivan (2A), P.J. Kowal (1G), Dom Catalfamo (1G), Martin Zeman (1A), Thomas Percacciolo (1A), Luke Junjulas (1A), Mike Mackey (13 saves) and Matt Piciocchi (11 saves) all contributed to the Rebel victory.

Lakeland/Panas’ played a hard-fought contest, tying host Eastchester/Tuckahoe/Bronxville (ETB) 3-3 on Dec. 13.

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“It was an exciting game,” said Sullivan, a senior forward. “I think we played a solid game and did a lot of positive things during it, but we can always find ways to continue to improve.”

Sullivan assisted on the game’s first goal, scored by Fareed, which put the Rebels up 1-0 with 4:51 to go in the opening period.

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