Former West Valley Hockey Player makes NCAA D-1 Commitment

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - A hockey player from Fairbanks has made his commitment to play at the Division 1 level.
Fairbanks' own Caleb Moretz has committed to play for the Rochester Insitute of Technology.
Moretz played for the West Valley Wolfpack for four years, graduating in 2016.
He finished his high school career with an incredible 120 points thanks to 83 assists and 37 goals.
His senior year was the most profitable.
He accounted for 73 points thanks to 19 goals and 54 assists in that season alone.
The Forward was able to score all of those points in 23 games.
After High School, he joined the Flin Flon Bombers of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League, accounting for 41 points last year and 16 points in 8 games so far this season.
The 5'10" 174 pounder will now be joining the R-I-T Tigers, who are members of the Division 1 Atlantic Hockey Conference.