Harold Scores In Overtime for Bath

- Bath scored four of the last five goals in their 13-12 overtime win over McQuaid Jesuit.  The Rams led with 5 minutes left in the game, before McQuaid Jesuit scored their first goal of the fourth quarter to tie the game at 12-12 with 4:54 remaining.  The game winning goal was scored by Ethan Harold (unassisted) with 1:27 remaining in the first overtime period.

Bath started off strong and scored four of the first five goals to mirror their performance at the end of the game.  Jonathan Deats scored all four goals for the Rams with assists from Connor DiDomineck (2), Tyler Finch and Connor Cupp.  The Knights scored one goal in the stretch with Nicholas Young scoring unassisted.  Bath led 4-1 with 3:08 remaining in the first quarter.  Each team added one more goal before the quarter expired.  In the beginning of the second quarter the game remained back and forth.  The teams trading goals until Deats scored his sixth goal with 3:00 remaining in the half.  In the final 2:04 before halftime, McQuaid Jesuit added four goals to tie the game at 8-8 at halftime.

The Knights came out of the half and scored the first goal to take their first lead of the game.  Alessandro Margiotta scored unassisted for the Knights.  Bath tied the game less than a minute later, but the Knights responded with another two goals.  They led 11-9 with 0:49 remaining in the third quarter.  The Rams scored one goal to end the third before taking off in the fourth and holding into overtime.  Both teams had shots on the cage in overtime with Bath’s Trey Kinner making one of his 15 saves (56%) in overtime.

For the Knights, Tommy Crocker finished with 4g-3a to lead his team.  For Bath, Deats also recorded an assist (6g-1a) and DiDomineck finished with 3g-4a.  In addition to scoring the game winner, Harold led his team in groundballs with 10.  Defenseman Brandon Clark recorded 4 takes.

 



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