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HOCKEY: Notre Dame Prep hands Bishop Foley lopsided loss

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TROY - Dallas Ingraham led the Notre Dame Prep Fighting Irish to a commanding 5-0 lead over Bishop Foley into the third period of a CHSL game played Saturday night at the Troy Sports Center.

Notre Dame Prep went on to notch a 5-2 victory over Bishop Foley.

Ingraham scored a 3-goal hat trick and assisted on another goal for 4 points on the night.

Luke Newman opened scoring 11 minutes into the game with Notre Dame’s first goal. Assists went to Collin Kent and Ingraham.

With 1:17 left in the first period, Ingraham got his first tally of the night. Jacob Jeszke and Jacob Conroy set-up the goal.

Notre Dame took a 2-0 lead into the second period.

Ingraham went to work at 13:58 of the second period, scoring his second goal of the night. Jeszke got the only assist.

Play went back and forth for most of the second period until the 4:12 mark when Zachary Huth gave Notre Dame a dominating 4-0 lead.

At that point, Bishop Foley head Coach Dave Williamson made a change in net, replacing starting goalie Daniel Collins with TJ Hatch. The period ended without any additional scoring by either team.

Early in the third period, the Fighting Irish’s Ingraham continued his attack on the Bishop Foley net. Three and half minutes into the period, Ingraham scored again to complete his hat trick. Mario Apruzzese assisted.

With Notre Dame leading 5-0, Bishop Foley got their offense in gear. At 9:43 of the third period, Foley’s David Halvorson broke Notre Dame goalie Jacob Conroy’s shut-out with Foley’s first goal of the game. Rudy Stuglin assisted.

With 1:30 left in the period, Bishop Foley defenseman Andrew Williamson scored his first high school goal on a rebound from Tyler Hiltunen. Michael Warburton also got the play going and earned the second assist.

“He did everything right,” said Coach Williamson about Andrew Williamson’s play on Foley’s second goal. “(We) got the puck in deep, got the forecheck. There was a shot on net. Andrew’s a big body, He was in front of the net. On the rebound he got his goal. That’s always nice to see.”

Bishop Foley out shot Notre Dame 29–26 in the game, but Notre Dame out-scored Bishop Foley 5-2.

Overall Coach Williamson found the play of his team uninspiring, commenting “(We) weren’t hard on the puck. (We) didn’t execute. (We) showed up in the third period, scored two goals in the third period, crashed the net in the third period… (We) didn’t do that for two periods.”

Last Updated: 2/2/2014 4:43:26 AM EST

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