By Matt Harab 11:50pm, November 20, 2012 - Updated 10:20am, November 21, 2012
VIDEO: Highlights of Salesianum victoryDylan Huber scored twice in Salesianum's 4-0 victory over Indian River to win the state championship for the third year in a row.
The Sals dominated from the opening kickoff, controlling time of possession and shots on goal.
The first goal came with under 15 minutes to play when Joe Koziol headed the ball into the top right corner of the net after a great cross from Remington Christman. Christman then scored with under 4 minutes to make the score 2-0 Sals heading into halftime.
They did not let up, scoring twice more in the second half, including Huber's second on an easy tap in off the ball deflected off the goaltender. It was Salesianum's size and speed that proved to be too much for the Indians.
The Sals finished the year 17-1, and only gave up 4 goals the entire season, none in the playoffs.
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