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Roosevelt outlasts SVSM comeback attempt 12-10

KENT, Ohio- Alex Simms was all over the place in Kent's 12-10 win over St. Vincent St. Mary tonight. Simms had one goal and seven assists and was a massive part of Kent's fast start. He scored the first goal of the game and then assisted four of Kent's seven first-quarter goals.


"It was great starting out with seven goals, we started out hot," Alex Simms said.

“I was really happy with Alex Simms, birthday boy. He's strong with the ball in his stick, fast, shifty, and, like you saw today, he's part of finding the back of the goal,” coach Zach Adair said.

Despite Kent's blistering 7-0 start, St. Vincent St. Mary showed remarkable resilience. Ryan Taylor, who was largely absent from the first quarter, made a dramatic entrance. He scored eight unassisted goals and assisted two other goals by Timmy Gallagher Jr., leading STVM's spirited comeback.



Taylor helped STVM push Kent to the brink before they could hold them off in the final minutes. Kent dominated the game across all statistical categories. Notably, Aidan Broyles made 10 saves in the cage, even enduring a broken helmet during the game. Kent's faceoff game was also strong, with a 14/22 success rate.


"I'm proud of the guys; we played a really good first half that the guys had been lacking, kinda fell apart there in the second half,” coach Zach Adair said. "Our lead was big enough to sustain it and get the win, though. St. V's attack and Ryan had a wonderful game, great player."

Kent will look to continue its winning streak in its next game, when it travels to Brecksville to take on the Bees on Saturday, April 27th at 12:45 p.m.


St. Vincent St. Mary will look to snap their two-game losing streak this Saturday when they host the Stow Bulldogs. The faceoff will take place at 1 p.m.




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