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Boys: No. 2 Judge Takes Down No. 6 Park City

The Judge Bulldogs remain undefeated after facing the Park City Miners on Wednesday. With a final score of 9-4 the Bulldogs move to a record of 12-0.
The Miners came out strong during the first quarter, they put two goals in the cage and they were able to shut down the Bulldog’s offense.
As the second quarter started the Bulldog’s offense took over the game and they scored four consecutive times before the Miners were able to make another goal. The momentum of the game was constantly changing, but the Bulldogs took the lead with only two goals by the half.
The intensity of the game could be felt during the third quarter as Park City struggled to score against Judge’s well organized defense and goalie Matthew R. Crispo who had some spectacular point blank saves. Each team scored only once during the third quarter, leaving the Bulldogs still up by two points.
Judge’s plays became more effective during the fourth quarter; they showed good defensive work by not allowing the Miners to score any more goals and the offense dominated the field by putting three more goals inside the net. Patrick M. Griffin led the Bulldogs scoring five goals.
“I was pleased with the way my team responded, we haven’t been playing well lately, not up to our potential but I think today we finally put it together. We did what we wanted to do in defense and our offense started moving the ball better,” said Coach Dave Allen about his team’s performance.
Judge will travel to face Woods Cross on Tuesday while Park City will host Brighton on Wednesday.

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