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Saturday Scores: Rebels atop NAHL after another sweep

October 16, 2016

Jonny Hogue stopped 46 of 48 shots during a weekend sweep for the Jackalopes in Corpus Christi.

Aston 4 @ Wilkes-Barre/Scranton 1 – Four unanswered goals gave Aston a weekend sweep over Wilkes-Barre/Scranton on Saturday night. Scoring did not start until late in the first, when the Knights’ Braden Brown put Wilkes-Barre/Scranton on the score sheet. Once the second started, it was all Aston, with goals coming from Justin Smith, Carter Woolley, Gianluca Esteves and Andrew Bellant. Mareks Mitens went 2-0 on the weekend; making 32 saves on Saturday for the Rebels. Grant Valentine was given the loss for the Knights, making 22 saves in the loss.   Boxscore

Odessa 2 @ Corpus Christi 1 – The Odessa Jackalopes took a weekend sweep on the road down in Corpus Christi with their win on Saturday. Scoring began with a tally from Odessa’s Jake Levin, only to be evened up by the Ice Rays’ Matt Acciaioli. Through the middle of the third period, the Jackalopes’ Nick Wilson put Odessa back on top, scoring the eventual game-winning goal. Jonny Hogue took the win for Odessa with 28 saves, while Corpus Christi’s Tomas Vomacka was given the loss after 36 saves. Boxscore

Lone Star 3 @ Amarillo 2 (OT) – Pete Kessel paved the way to a 3-2 overtime win on the road for the Lone Star Brahmas on Saturday night. Credited with the only Lone Star goals in regulation, Kessel found the back of the net twice to set the tone of the game. Amarillo responded back with goals from Kosta Likourezos and Brendan Walkom to tie the game. A minute and 15 seconds into overtime, Lone Star’s Levi Wunder scored to grab the victory for the Brahmas. Erik Gordon took the win in net for Lone Star, making 23 saves. Amarillo’s Kyle Madore was given the loss, despite 32 saves. Boxscore

New Jersey 2 @ Northeast 1 – The New Jersey Titans held on to an early third period lead on Saturday to secure a weekend sweep over the Northeast Generals. The Titans took control early, grabbing a first period goal courtesy of Jordan Kaplan to start things off. Late in the second, Northeast would tie the score with a goal from Houston Wilson. To put the Titans back on top, Gordie Helmuth put the puck in the net for New Jersey, eventually leading them to the win. Brandon Bussi took the victory in net for the Titans with 35 saves, while Northeast’s David Fessenden was given the loss despite 40 saves. Boxscore

Coulee Region 5 @ Janesville 6 (OT)  – Janesville’s Adam Roeder saved the day at home, as sixty minutes was not enough time to determine a winner between the Chill and Jets on Saturday. Coulee Region started the scoring with goals from Isaac Theisen and Caleb Schroer. The Jets added four quick goals afterwards, with scoring coming from Colin Felix, Adrian Holesinsky, Peter Dates, and Cole Paskus. The Chill would rally back with 3 more goals to start the third, credited to Kevin Dineen, Joey Sofo and Caleb Schorer. With just 11 seconds to play, Janesville’s Joseph Abate found the back on the net for the Jets to send the game into overtime, where Adam Roeder capped off the Janesville win at the 1:27 mark. Jacob Barczewski took the win with 28 saves for the Jets, while Joe Marcoullier was given the loss for the Chill, despite 24 saves. Boxscore

Bismarck 2 @ Austin 1 – Bismarck took control early in Saturday’s decision, taking the win to split the weekend with the Austin Bruins. The Bobcats scored once in each of the first two periods, and then held on defensively to take the victory. Scoring came from Bismarck’s Jiei Halliday and Matthew Barry, and Austin’s Jan Stefka. Will Ulrich took the win for the Bobcats; making 41 saves through 60 minutes. The Bruins’ Alex Schilling was given the loss with 22 saves.  Boxscore

Shreveport 4 @ Wichita Falls 2 – A goal for goal game broke out between the Mudbugs and Wildcats on Saturday, eventually turning into a 4-2 Shreveport win. The Mudbugs’ Cameron Cook scored first, being followed up by Wichita Falls’ Ilya Skvortsov. The same pattern continued to apply, when Shreveport’s Frankie Mellon pushed the Mudbugs ahead, until the Wildcats’ Ryan Burnett evened the game back out. Shreveport would go ahead once again with a goal from Erik Zohovs, and the win was secured with a fourth goal (his second of the night) from Cameron Cook with just 45 seconds left. John Roberts collected the road win with 35 saves for Shreveport, while the Wildcats’ Evan Moyse took the loss despite 20 saves. Boxscore

Springfield 0 @ Topeka 1 (SO) – Max Harper was deemed the hero of the night in Topeka, being the lone scorer in Saturday night’s shootout showdown at home against Springfield. A zero score game held through 65 minutes of play, and the only goal to be scored came off the stick of Topeka’s Max Harper. Devin Cooley took a shootout loss for the Jr. Blues, making 27 saves in regulation. Topeka’s Mike Rockwell earned his first shutout of the season, collecting 28 saves in the win. Boxscore

Aberdeen 5 @ MN Wilderness 4 – Six goals scored in the third period determined a winner between Aberdeen and Minnesota, giving the Wings a “W” on Saturday to cause a weekend split. The Wilderness opened scoring with goals from Louis Roehl and Mitchell Walinski early in the second period. Five straight goals by the Wings were strung together, credited to Trystan Isenhour (2), Andy Carroll, Carter Roo and Gage Mackie. Minnesota would add two goals from Michael Zuffante and Tim Nicksic late in the third, but Aberdeen held on for the win. Arttu Kulmala was given the victory for the Wings with 22 saves, while the Wilderness’ Trevor Micucci took the loss after 29 saves.  Boxscore

Brookings 2 @ Minot 4 – Minot found their way to a win at home after a 4-2 decision against Brookings on Saturday night. The Minotauros took the lead early and never returned it, with goals coming from Tyler Jeanson and Miroslav Mucha. Brookings would bring the score within one by way of a Brandon Kruse goal. In the second, Minot kicked the heat up again, when Alex Adams and Derek Frentz added two more goals. Brookings’ Doug Larson would add a second goal for the Blizzard in the third, but Minot held on for the win. Eric Dop took the victory for the Minotauros with 33 saves, while Josh Boyko was given the loss for Brookings after 40 saves in net.

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