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WEB ONLY: Mount take thriller from Hendricken, 6-5

February 24, 2012

Mount St. Charles picked up one of its biggest victories of the season on Friday night by rallying to a 6-5 win over Division I rival Bishop Hendricken at Adelard Arena.

WOONSOCKET -- Mount St. Charles magically found a way to top last Friday’s thrilling victory over La Salle on Friday night.
The Mounties captured their sixth straight game, and what a win it was! They scored four goals during an eight-minute span in the third period to top first-place Bishop Hendricken, 6-5, in their Division I-Cimini showdown at Adelard Arena.
Brian Campbell produced a pair of power-play goals 6:27 and 7:50 into the final period to give the Mounties a 5-4 lead, and Callan Morriseau tucked in a loose puck with 2:06 left in the game to cap the four-goal blitz and send the Mounties to their victory.
Now 12-5, the second-place Mounties will wrap up their regular season tonight when they battle Moses Brown at 6 p.m. at Levy Arena.
They will then begin their defense of their state championship next weekend in the best-of-three semifinals against La Salle.
In Friday night’s win, Brandon Borges, who contributed three assists in the game, scored the game’s first goal 2:50 into play, but the Hawks (13-3-1) took the lead by responding with four of the next five goals.
Brian Belisle and Tyler Scroggins added the Mounties’ other goals, and James Casilli and Nick Bennett each added two assists. Brian Larence also stopped 47 shots for the hosts, who were outshot, 52-51.

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