Canyon Crest Academy roller hockey team wins title

On March 4, the Canyon Crest Academy Club Roller Hockey team clinched the junior varsity Silver League Championship at Kit Carson Park in Escondido. With 40 enthusiastic CCA students cheering them on, the Ravens edged Scripps Ranch 6-4, in an exciting game that had everyone on the edge of their seats. Senior Mike Spunt scored four goals, while freshman Asher Stahler scored two. Sophomore goalkeeper Alex Boehnlein kept Scripps Ranch from outscoring CCA.

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