Forward Connor Sedlak looks to make a play during the 2019 Gordon Cup Final, opened the scoring against PDS for the Ironmen

After stumbling out of the gates in the new decade with a 5-3 loss to Suffern, the Ironmen recorded their first win of the new year, taking down a tough Princeton Day School team.  Playing their second road game in as many days, following a disappointing 3-3 tie to Delbarton the previous afternoon, DBP leading scorer, Connor Sedlak (6g, 8a) jump started the Ironmen with his 6th goal of the year five minutes into the first period on an assist from Sal Guzzo (2g, 4a).  But before the period was over, PDS got on the board to tie the game.  Following the first intermission, Bosco again struck first as Junior Defenseman and Merrimack College commit Michael Rubin (4g, 3a) found a rebound along the goal line to put the Ironmen up 2-1.  But before the period finished, PDS answered again, to knot the game at 2 heading into the second intermission.  Following a back and forth final frame, Bosco finally got the go ahead goal from Junior Joe Caldiero (2g, 2a) and goalie Ethan Marich shut the door on PDS, finishing with 15 saves on 17 shots.