The Hun School defeated Blyth Academy 7-2 on Saturday in the second round of the Shady Side (Pa.) Academy tournament.
Elian Estulin led the way with two goals and two assists. Seth Kaplan contributed a goal and four assists while Riley Frost also had a multi-point game, a goal and two assists.
Estulin, Kaplan, and Frost skated on the same line.
Stephen Chen made 15 saves in goal.
Later on Saturday The Hun School defeated St. Francis 2-1 to record its second victory in three tournament games. Seth Kaplan scored in the first period and Elian Estulin in the second.Jack Borek made 41 saves in goal
St. Francis 1 0 0—1
Hun School 1 1 0—2
First-period goals: Gavan Schwenkbeck (SF) from Neil Downey, 3:01; Seth Kaplan (H) from Nick Dimatos and Riley Frost, 6:34 (pp)
Second-period goal: Elian Estulin (H) from Frost and Kaplan, 12:24
The tournament concludes on Sunday.
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