Ramapo Crushes Columbia, 11-0

February 8, 2016

Sat. February 6, 2016

MONSEY, NY – Junior goalie Keith Gay recorded his third consecutive shutout as Ramapo crusheed Columbia 11-0. That was the same score the Roadrunners overwhelmed the Lions one week earlier.

Right from the opening faceoff, Ramapo controlled play. Josh Filipovits opened the scoring at 56 seconds of the first period. Ryan Worth was credited with an assist. The Lions shut down the Roadrunners until 8:31 when Matt Clark scored on assists by Andrew Galascio and Dmitry Danilchik. 12 seconds later Nolan Ouelette put Ramapo up 3-0 on assists from DJ Campbell and Pat Anzano. Zach O’Connor closed out the first period scoring on an assist from Anthony Carduo at 15:36.

Ramapo scored early in the second period as Nolan Ouelette scored his second goal of the game on assists from DJ Campbell and Pat Anzano at 2:37. Anthony Carduo put the roadrunners up 6-0 at 5:35. Galascio and Clark were credited with assists. A combination of aggressive play and outstanding goaltending stymied Ramapo for the rest of the second period.

Once again Columbia turned back Ramapo through the first half of the third period. The Ramapo offense finally got started when Danilchik fired a slapshot into the back of the Columbia net.at 11:44. Ethan Puso and Clark were awarded assists. Then, the roof fell in on Columbia. Ramapo scored 4 goals in a matter of one minute and 35 seconds. Pat Anzano scored on assists from Campbell and Concato. 11 seconds later Zach O’Connor scored his second goal of the game unassisted. 24 seconds later Marc Concato scored an unassisted goal. Matt Clark completed the Ramapo scoring with his second goal of the game from Danilchik and Galascio at 15:49. Clearly an exhausted Columbia team could not compete with Ramapo.

Although Columbia only had 16 shots on goal, Keith Gay had to make some difficult saves to preserve the shutout. That was Gay’s third consecutive shutout and fourth of the season.

Ramapo closes out the 2015-16 against Suffolk CCC on 2/10/16 in Secaucus, NJ.