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He made nine saves en route to the shut out.
"I don't think he's the most fundamentally sound keeper," Gabor said. "He hasn't had the same type of training as Cory or some of the other guys have, but he's there to make plays. He worked hard in practice all year and he goes out there and he'll do anything you ask ... He stepped up today and made some really key saves."
The championship was a, and Gabor said that the support of the Tonawanda community has been amazing.
"You could see during and after the game the support of the people that were out there," he said. "It's good for the school as a whole and the kids on the team to see that there are people out there that care about what they're doing and they're behind them."
Next up for the Warriors is a showdown with B1 Champion East Aurora on Tuesday. Gabor said it will be a difficult test for Tonawanda. Kickoff is set for 6:30 p.m. at Hamburg.
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