Angelini scores twice as the Cardinals rout St. Paul’s
Although first place in the MIAA A Conference is still possible, No. 2 Calvert Hall clinched something nearly as valuable, Wednesday, with a 5-1 road win at St. Paul’s.
With the victory the Cardinals (17-2-1, 14-2-1) guaranteed themselves no worse than a second-place finish in the A Conference, which provides them with a first-round playoff bye and home game in the semifinals. One post-season win would advance Calvert Hall to the championship game.
The Cardinals now have 43 points in the standings with three games to play. Third-place John Carroll, which suffered a 3-0 loss to first place McDonogh on Wednesday, only has 32 points with just two games to play. McDonogh, which has 45 points has also clinched a first round bye, as it attempts to hold off the Cardinals over its final three games.
Cody Angelini led Calvert Hall with two scores, while David Peters had a goal and two assists. Rich Monath and Ryan Henneman also scored for the Cardinals. Also providing assists for the Cards were Tyler Flynn, Ben Madore and Mason Wakefield.
Calvert Hall outshot St. Paul’s (2-11-4, 2-10-4) 18-4.
Pictured above: Cody Angelini scored twice to help the Cardinals clinch a bye in the first round of the MIAA A Conference playoffs.