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Rivals Shrewsbury High, St. John’s tie in hockey

By Chris Wraight, Contributing Writer

St. John's High School's Conor McCann blasts this slapshot towards the goal.

St. John’s High School’s Conor McCann blasts this slapshot towards the goal.

Worcester – The Shrewsbury High School Colonials boys’ hockey team played cross-town rival St. John’s High School Pioneers at the College of the Holy Cross Rev. Francis J. Hart Center for a non-league game Feb. 9.

St. John’s’ Chris Stalmok (assisted by Kevin Quinlivan and Patrick Storer) scored the only goal of the first period while Shrewsbury’s Joe Buduo (assisted by Matt Dillon) was the lone second period tally.

In the third period, the Pioneers’ Kevin Quinlivan scored unassisted but then Colonial’s Dan Quinlivan tied it up (assisted by Dillon and Jack Quinlivan) for a 2-2 end to the game.

Photos/Chris Wraight

Shrewsbury High School's David Belbin (#25, right) tries to dig out the puck that St. John's High School goalkeeper Mario Pizzeri has covered up.

Shrewsbury High School’s David Belbin (#25, right) tries to dig out the puck that St. John’s High School goalkeeper Mario Pizzeri has covered up.

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