YORKTOWN, N.Y.-Brewster/Yorktown’s ice hockey squad came up with a big 9-4 triumph at Monroe/Woodbury on Dec. 18.

Brewster/Yorktown got off to a 4-0 first-period lead and the main reason for that was puck movement, said its junior captain, Connor Sullivan.

“Our team has a lot of speed so we use it to our advantage,” Sullivan said. “When we move the puck we’re hard to stop.”

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The momentum turned in the second period, with the host tying the game with four goals. But Brewster/Yorktown secured the victory with a five-goal onslaught in the final period.

Sullivan again credited puck movement. “When we stopped moving the puck in the second period Monroe/Woodbury tied it 4-4,” Sullivan said. “Coach talked to us in between periods and told us to move the puck and we did just that and put in five goals.”

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