Meadville Tribune


October 22, 2013

H.S. HOCKEY: Armstrong clips ’Dogs in OT

MEADVILLE — Christian Miller scored with eight seconds remaining in overtime as Armstrong beat Meadville 5-4 on Monday in non-conference hockey action at DeArment Ice Arena.

The goal was Miller’s second of the game and came just moments after having his penalty shot stopped by Meadville goalie Austin Guanzon.

“I feel bad for Austin Guanzon,” Meadville Bulldogs’ coach Jamie Plunkett said. “He had a good game.”

Guanzon made 29 saves on 34 shots.

“He really rose to the occasion,” Plunkett said. “He made a lot of big saves throughout the game and really gave us a shot to win.”

Armstrong took a 1-0 lead with 13:51 to play in the first period on a goal by Hunter Grafton. Meadville came back to tie it with 8:48 remaining on a goal by Bryan Ray. Armstrong reassumed the lead with just over two minutes left in the period on Grafton’s second goal.

That lead grew to two goals in the second period. Miller scored his first goal with 10:40 to play in the period to put Armstrong up 3-1. Bryce Cozzens cut the deficit back to one (3-2). But Armstrong answered just over a minute later to push its lead back to two (4-2).

Meadville wasn’t finished, though. The Bulldogs scored two unanswered goals to close out the second period. Ray scored unassisted with 2:05 left and Steven Shafer knocked home the tying goal with 18 seconds left in the period.

Neither team scored in the third period, sending the contest to OT.

“They’re a good team,” Plunkett said.

Meadville fell to 1-4-0 with the loss.

The night wasn’t a complete loss for the Bulldogs, though. It was “Pink the Rink” night at DeArment Arena, a kickoff event for the “Power Play for Prevention” program, which is designed to raise money for the scholarship program at Yolanda G. Barco Oncology Institute.

Plunkett said it is unknown how much money was raised last night.

“It was a good event,” Plunkett said. “We had a nice student section turn out. It was good.”

Trevor Johnson, Owen Miller, Shafer and Jeff Millin all had assists for Meadville.

Text Only
  • Kissing the bricks Gordon wins at Indy for record 5th time

    With a tinge of gray hair at his temples, his hat on backward and his two young children by his side, Jeff Gordon celebrated as if he was 23 years old again.
    Gordon won a NASCAR-record fifth Brickyard 400 on Sunday, eight days before his 43rd birthday and on the weekend Indianapolis Motor Speedway celebrated the 20th anniversary of his first Brickyard victory.

    July 27, 2014 1 Photo

  • Roethlisberger OK with choice to wait on new deal

    There are days when Ben Roethlisberger can feel every single hit he’s absorbed during a decade as one of the NFL’s most fearless quarterbacks.
    And there are days when the Pittsburgh Steelers star sees the young faces surrounding him in the huddle and it seems like he can play forever.

    July 26, 2014

  • Teen doping Survey: Teens experimenting with HGH on the rise

    Michael Guerreri wanted to try human growth hormones so he could look like a pro wrestler. Joe Badalanato hoped HGH would help him become a better football player. James O’Brien figured the drug would improve his fastball.
    The three 18-year-olds from suburban Philadelphia told The Associated Press this week that they bought bottles of HGH online in the past year. Turns out, what they bought was fake.

    July 25, 2014 1 Photo

  • Montoya back at Indy intent on winning for Penske

    Juan Pablo Montoya is back at Indianapolis Motor Speedway — one night only, an encore of sorts, in a guest-starring role for Team Penske.
    The Colombian is entered in the Brickyard 400 for the explicit purpose of winning at Indy in NASCAR and giving team owner Roger Penske one of the few trophies missing from his collection.

    July 25, 2014

  • Haley Wise District 1 looking forward to bigger goals

    The members of the District 1 Senior League softball team haven’t spent a whole lot of time playing together.

    July 24, 2014 1 Photo

  • Meadville's magical season comes to an end

    The state run is over for the Meadville Junior League All-Stars.
    Guess they’ll just have to content themselves with a District 1 championship, a Section 1 championship and an incredible turnaround from the year before.

    July 24, 2014

  • AP source: Gordon to meet with league Aug. 1

    The Cleveland Browns may soon learn whether they’ll have Josh Gordon this season.

    July 24, 2014

  • Mitchell Wood FCV’s season comes to an end

    The end of an era.
    So it was with French Creek Valley dropping a 5-4 decision to Albion Post 567 in the Region 8 Tournament at Northwestern High School on Wednesday. For several key players, it was the last time they would put on the blue uniform for head coach Brandon Crum.

    July 23, 2014 1 Photo

  • Meadville falls to NA in Junior League state opener

    The Meadville Junior League All-Stars spent all baseball season perfecting the art of winning.

    July 23, 2014

  • Rookie CB Gilbert signs with Browns

    Justin Gilbert’s got his contract with the Browns. Now he needs a starting job.

    July 23, 2014

Sports Scoreboard
Twitter Updates
Follow us on twitter
Business Marquee
AP Video
The Carbon Trap: US Exports Global Warming UN Security Council Calls for Gaza Cease-fire Traditional African Dishes Teach Healthy Eating 13 Struck by Lightning on Calif. Beach Baseball Hall of Famers Inducted Israel, Hamas Trade Fire Despite Truce in Gaza Italy's Nibali Set to Win First Tour De France Raw: Shipwrecked Concordia Completes Last Voyage Raw: Sea Turtle Hatchlings Emerge From Nest Raw: Massive Dust Storm Covers Phoenix 12-hour Cease-fire in Gaza Fighting Begins Raw: Bolivian Dancers Attempt to Break Record Raw: Israel, Palestine Supporters Rally in US Raw: Air Algerie Flight 5017 Wreckage Virginia Governor Tours Tornado Aftermath Judge Faces Heat Over Offer to Help Migrant Kids Kangaroo Goes Missing in Oklahoma More M17 Bodies Return, Sanctions on Russia Grow Raw: Deadly Tornado Hits Virginia Campground Ohio State Marching Band Chief Fired After Probe

A South Carolina woman was arrested recently after the McDonald’s employee let her daughter spend the day playing in a nearby park while she worked her shift. The decision has created a debate over “free-range” parenting and whether it’s a good idea or not. What’s your take?

I’m fine with it. If she cannot afford childcare, what choice does she have?
This is horrible and very bad parenting.
I’m torn. It’s not right what she did, but it sounds like the mother had few other options.
     View Results
Hyperlocal Search
Premier Guide
Find a business

Walking Fingers
Maps, Menus, Store hours, Coupons, and more...
Premier Guide