Trego Rewriting The Record Books

by Coach Elliott on February 4, 2008

This year�s senior class at Northview has seen a lot of victories, 106 to be exact. This past weekend goaltender Craig Trego was in net for his 63rd win, passing 1982 graduate Rocky Muszynski for first place on the career list in Northview history. Craig did it in fashion shutting out the Mt. Lebanon Blue Devils. The shutout also gave him the most shutouts in school history with 15, passing 06� graduate Bob McElheney. Craig has made a habit of breaking records. He currently holds 5 records. Along with wins and shutouts he has the best win percentage (78.5%), the best goals against average (1.91) and the best save percentage (92.01%). Craig would be the first to tell you that he has been fortunate to play during a time when Northview has had some real strong teams in front of him. But he must be mentioned in any discussion of the best goalies to play at the school.

Maybe it was good fortune, maybe good coaching, or maybe it was in his blood. You don�t have to look far for a mentor for Craig. His older brother Todd holds a few Northview records of his own. Todd played in a record 103 games during his 4 years from 1993-97. And his 4509 minutes also rank #1 in school history. Craig will fall short of those records, however he and his brother will rank 1st and 2nd in both when the season is over. If you ask either one they would gladly give up the accolades for a state championship. Craig and Todd, along with their parents, Bill and Debi, have been true Wildcats through and through. Congratulations Craig and good luck with the rest of your senior season!

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