Team Comcast goaltender Brandon Graf, of Cape May Court House, stands during the national anthem before the Atlantic Youth Hockey League "99" age group championship game Sunday. Graf's team won 2-1 in overtime.

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Cape May Court House resident Brandon Graf helped Pennsauken-based Team Comcast win the Atlantic Youth Hockey League "99" championship with two victories Sunday in Aston, Pa.

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Graf, a 14-year-old who attends Cape Christian Academy, is the top goaltender for Team Comcast, which is ranked No. 5 in the country by for the "99" age group (players born in 1999 or later).

Graf made 16 saves in a 5-1 semifinal victory over the Philadelphia Junior Flyers, who are ranked No. 4 in the country. Just a few hours later, Graf made 12 saves as Team Comcast beat the New Jersey Colonials 2-1 in overtime for the title.

Including the playoffs, Graf finished the season 34-0-1. He had 10 shutouts, including one in the playoffs. The team finished 60-6-3.


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