STRONGSVILLE — Senior forward Brandon Armstrong scored five goals, breaking Findlay High’s career record for goals in the process, in leading the Trojans to a 7-1 win over Parma Padua on Sunday in the final game of the Padua Hockey Tournament.
Armstrong scored 14 goals in four games in helping Findlay go 3-1 in the event. With his five goals on Sunday, he surpassed Connor Curlis (91 goals) for the No. 1 spot on the Trojans all-time list.
Gavyn Bloomfield and Harry Hall scored goals as well in Sunday’s win. Storm Woodward earned the win between the pipes.
Armstrong recorded eight goals on Saturday and C.J. Frost added four as the Trojans followed Friday’s loss to No. 2-ranked Cleveland St, Ignatius with wins over Padua Franciscan (11-1) and Parma Heights Holy Name (6-2).
Brandon Armstrong had four goals in each game and added six assists. Cameron Armstrong had two goals in the first game, Keaton Rider and James Felch also scored a goal and Woodward stopped 14 shots in goal.
Frost and Nick Iler added a goal apiece in the second game. Brandon Armstrong scored two goals and Iler added one.
Nick Kuhlman had five saves on seven shots and Woodward stopped all nine shots he saw.
Findlay’s three straight wins boosts the Trojans to 5-5-2 on the season heading into Friday’s Northwest Hockey Comnference battle with Toledo St. Francis at The Cube. The Knights, state champions in 2015 and state runner-up last season, whipped the Trojans 11-1 earlier this season in a league game in Sylvania.