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Saturday Scores: Jr. Blues pick up first sweep of the year

October 15, 2023

Minot forward Jack OHainisain had four goals in a weekend sweep of North Iowa.

Saturday Box Scores

Wisconsin 3 @ Springfield 4 – A night after picking up their first win, the Springfield Jr. Blues did it again and posted their first sweep of the year thanks to another 4-3 win on Saturday. The Jr. Blues jumped out to a 3-1 lead with goals from Trey Jefferis, Isaac Keller, and Dylan Glinski, while Jacob Jastrzebski scored for the Windigo. Wisconsin would then tie the game late in the 2nd period with goals from Will Schumacher and Max Martin. In the 3rd period, Landry Schmuck would net the game-winner. JJ Cataldo made 29 saves in the win.

Minot 4 @ North Iowa 1 – Jack O’Hainisain scored twice and Brady James made 23 saves as the Minotauros cruised to a weekend road sweep of the Bulls thanks to a 4-1 win on Saturday. Joel Lehtinen and Will Dawson also scored for Minot in the win. Ethan Lindahl had the lone goal for the Bulls in the loss.

Lone Star 4 @ Colorado 3 (SO) – The Brahmas stayed in 1st place in the South Division thanks to a 4-3 shootout win in Colorado on Saturday, which completed a weekend sweep. Justin Kerr had a goal in regulation and the shootout-winning goal and Ray Murakami and Charlie Masek also scored for the Brahmas. The Grit got two goals from Payton Miller and another from George Poirier. Deivs Rolovs made 24 saves in the win, while Max Lacroix made 43 saves in the loss.

Minnesota 4 @ Anchorage 1 – The Wilderness kept pace atop the Midwest Division with the red-hot Steel as they won their sixth straight game thanks to a 4-1 win in Anchorage on Saturday. Ben Dardis made 26 saves in the win. The Wilderness opened up a 3-0 lead with three goals in the 1st period from Daniel Astopovich, Nash Jacobsma, and Oliver Band. The Wolverines scored to make it 3-1 on a goal from Danny Reis in the 3rd period, but the Wilderness would secure the win with Ashton Dahms’ 8th goal of the season.

Danbury 1 @ Northeast 3 – Toby Hopp made 28 saves to lead the Generals to a 3-1 win over the Jr. Hat Tricks, completing a weekend sweep. The Generals opened up a 2-0 lead on goals from Ryan Remick and Bryceon Lago. Danbury cut the lead down to 2-1 on Wyatt Stefan’s 3rd goal of the season, but the Generals had an answer as Andrew DellaDonna scored an insurance goal to make it 3-1.

Maryland 3 @ Maine 4 (OT) – The Nordiques scored two goals in the final minute of regulation and then Nick Romeo won it in overtime as they came from behind to defeat the Black Bears and complete a weekend sweep with a 4-3 win. Maine was first to score as Shane Kozlina scored just over a minute into the game. The Black Bears seized control as they took a 3-1 lead with goals from Luke Rubin, Matthew Croxall, and Dimitry Kebreau. In the 3rd period, back-to-back goals from Charles Tardif just :20 seconds apart with less than :30 seconds remaining tied the game, which set up Romeo’s heroics in OT. Thomas Heaney made 30 saves in the win.

Chippewa 5 @ Janesville 3 – The Steel won their 7th straight game and swept their home-and-home series with the Jets thanks to a 5-3 win on Saturday in Janesville. After the Jets opened the scoring with a goal from Merril Steenari, the Steel rattled off four straight goals from Joe Kelly, Alex Lunski, Talan Blanck, and Scott Miner. Peyton Platter added a 3rd period goal for the Steel. Geno McEnery and Hayden Zimmerman had the other goals for the Jets. Ajay White made 25 saves in the win.

Bismarck 0 @ St. Cloud 1 – Norsemen goalie Ryan Manzella stopped all 31 shots that came his way as St. Cloud picked up a 1-0 shutout win over the Bobcats, completing a weekend sweep. The lone goal of the game came in the 1st period as Hagen Moe scored with assists to Hudson Blue and Keaton Orrey. Bobcats goalie Klayton Knapp made 24 saves in the loss.

Philadelphia 1 @ New Hampshire 4 – The Mountain Kings picked up their first-ever series sweep as they got 26 saves from Cooper Rautenstrauch in a 4-1 win. All the scoring came in the 3rd period as Sean Bradley, Brandon Spaulding, Damon Bossie, and Linas Deinas scored for New Hampshire, while Tyler Stern had the lone goal for the Rebels.

Austin 0 @ Aberdeen 2 – Wings goalie Adam Dybal was sensational in goal, stopping all 41 shots that came his way as the Wings earned a weekend split with the Bruins thanks to a 2-0 win. Logan Gravnik and Luke Backel scored for the Wings and Simon Pollock assisted on both goals. Bruins goalie Trent Wiemken stopped 21 of 22 shots in the loss.

Odessa 5 @ Amarillo 6 (OT) – The Wranglers survived a huge comeback attempt by the Jackalopes to win in overtime, 6-5 and split the weekend series. After opening goals from Colin Doherty for Amarillo and Christian Tavare for Odessa, the Wranglers seized control, taking a 5-1 lead with goals from Connor McNaughton, Jack Ivey, Alex Papaspryopoulios, and Topi Puikkonen. The Jackalopes stormed back with four straight goals to tie the game at 5-5 as Tavare scored again along with goals from Theodore Manlove and two from Hayden DeMars. Ivey would add his second goal of the game as the overtime-winner.

El Paso 1 @ Oklahoma 4 – Drew Sutton had a hat-trick and an assist to lead the Warriors to a 4-1 win, salvaging a weekend home split against the Rhinos. Sutton scored twice in the 1st period, along with a goal from William Ahlrik to make it 3-0. Eddie Shepler scored in the 2nd period for the Rhinos to make it a 3-1 game, but then Sutton would complete the hat-trick with a goal late in the 3rd period. Daniel Duris made 37 saves in the win.

Corpus Christi 2 @ Shreveport 3 (OT) – The Mudbugs salvaged a weekend split with the IceRays thanks to a 3-2 overtime win on Saturday. Corpus Christi led 2-0 after the 1st period with goals from Anthony Cafarelli and Billy Biedermann. The Mudbugs toed the game with a 2nd period goal from Nick Marino and one late in the 3rd period from Wil Murphy. Brayden Cook would net the overtime-winner. Carson Dorfman made 24 saves in the win, while Vilgot Holm made 33 saves in the loss.

New Jersey 4 @ Johnstown 6 – Zach Aben had two goals and three assists as the Tomahawks salvaged a weekend split thanks to a come-from-behind 6-4 win. The Titans led 3-1 at one point with goals from Nikita, Meshcheryakov (2), Dominick Rivelli, and Ryan Friedman, with Will Moore scoring for Johnstown. The Tomahawks then rattled off five of the next six goals, including two from Aben and others from Will Lawrence, Lukas Klemm, and Nick White. Jacob Osborne made 26 saves in the win.

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