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Saturday Scores: Brahmas back on top in South with sweep

October 29, 2023

Maryland forward Adam Schankula had six points in a weekend road sweep in Danbury.

Saturday Box Scores

Lone Star 6 @ Corpus Christi 0 – Jacob MacDonald had a hat-trick and an assist as the Brahmas cruised to a weekend sweep of the IceRays thanks to a 6-0 win on Saturday. Lone Star starting the scoring in the 1st period with a goal from Copeland Fricker. MacDonald then recorded his hat-trick with three straight goals from MacDonald. In the 3rd period, goals from Brock James and Justin Kerr secured the 6-0 win. Jack Wieneke made 19 saves in the shutout win.

Maryland 7 @ Danbury 3: Dominant 2nd and 3rd periods led the Black Bears past Danbury in convincing fashion, winning 7-3 and securing the weekend sweep. Jesse Horacek broke the deadlock thirteen minutes into the 1st period with his 7th goal of the season. The score broke open in the 2nd as Luke Amell tallied a pair for Maryland while Adam Schankula also scored. Liam Varmecky got Danbury on the board, a 4-1 score heading into the 3rd. Schankula, Keanu Krenn, and Ryder Nienhuis all found the back of the net in the 3rd to continue Maryland’s barrage while Noah Ziskie and Emerson Molas scored consolation goals for the Jr. Hat Tricks. Owen Lepak picked up the win making 20 saves while CJ Kier kept out 21 in the loss. 

North Iowa 5 @ St. Cloud 4 (SO): The Bulls reenacted last night’s win, once again coming back two goals down late in the 3rd period and winning in the shootout. St. Cloud held a 1-0 lead through 20 minutes thanks to Jack Christ’s 1st goal of the season. The two squads traded goals in the 2nd as Eli Miller and Max LeDuc found the back of the net for North Iowa while St. Cloud’s Tyler Dysart and Niklas Miller lit the lamp. Sammy Crane provided some insurance for the Norsemen early in the 3rd but that wasn’t enough as Justin Mexico tallied goals at the 14:35 and 19:27 mark to send the game to overtime. A scoreless overtime led to Ethan Lindahl scoring the shootout winner once again while his netminder Connor Graham stopped all three attempts and 30 shots in regulation for the win. Max Weilandt kept out 16 shots in the loss. 

Aberdeen 0 @ Bismarck 3: The Bobcats continued their weekend success over the Wings, shutting them out 3-0 thanks to a 27-save performance from Klayton Knapp. Connor Farren broke the deadlock 10:55 into the 1st period with his 3rd of the season from Ben Miller and Ian Engel. Kyle Doll doubled the lead six minutes into the second. The Bobcats scored again in the 3rd from their leading goal scorer Julian Beaumont with his 6th tuck of the season. Knapp picked up his 5th win of the season and 2nd career shutout while Croix Kochendorfer made 27 saves in the loss.

Shreveport 8 @ Colorado 3 – The Mudbugs completed a weekend road sweep of the Grit with a convincing 8-3 win on Saturday. Ryan Burke had two goals and two assists in the win. Colorado scored first thanks to a goal from Makhal Sparks. Shreveport answered with goals from Foster Nichol and Burke to make it 2-1. In the 2nd period, Colorado tied the game on a goal from Nicholas Capasso, but again Shreveport answered back twice on goals from Burke and Colin Vassallo to make it 4-2. In the 3rd period, a goal from Colorado’s Chris Graves made it 4-3, but Shreveport pulled away with goals from Andrej Paricka, Lucas Deeb, Bryce Boucher, and Kyan Haldenby to make it 8-3. Eliot Seguin-Lescarbeau made 27 saves in the win.

Northeast 1 @ Rochester 2: Luca Leighton found twine 5:26 into the 3rd period for the Jr. Americans to give them a 2-1 lead, one that they would hang onto to pick up the win and series sweep over the Generals. Frank D’Ancona got the visitors on the board early on in the 1st with his 9th goal of the season. Adam Gionta leveled the scores midway through the period, a 1-1 score that would hold until Leighton’s tally. Cole O’Donnell picked up his 2nd win of the season with 26 saves while Marks Slavinskis-Repe made 40 stops in the loss. 

Wisconsin 4 @ Anchorage 6 – The Wolverines erased a 4-1 1st period deficit and scored the final five goals of the game as they came from behind to beat Wisconsin, 6-4. The Windigo had a 4-1 lead after one period thanks to goals from Tyler Grahme, Cashen Naeve, Will Schumacher, and Trent LeDrew, while Bryce Monrean scored for Anchorage. In the 2nd period, the Wolverines cut the lead down to 4-3 with goals from Cole Christian and Tyler Hennen. In the 3rd period, who goals from Taisetsu Ushio and one from Kade Shea secured the comeback win. Liam Beerman made 30 saves in the win.

Chippewa 0 @ Minnesota 2 – The Wilderness continued their hot streak, picking up their 10th straight win as they shutout the Steel, 2-0. Nick Erickson posted his second straight shutout, making 33 saves in the win. The Wilderness got a 1st period goal from Joe Cesario and a 2nd period goal from Ashton Dahms. Steel goalie Ajay White made 35 saves in the losing effort.

Springfield 2 @ Kenai River 0 – Jr. Blues goalie JJ Cataldo stopped all 31 shots that came his way to lead his team to a 2-0 shutout win in Kenai River. After two periods of scoreless hockey, Springfield got on the scoreboard later in the 3rd period with the eventual game-winning goal from Jake Peterson. Jagur McClelland would add an empty-net goal to complete the scoring. Owen Zenone made 29 saves in the loss.

Janesville 2 @ Fairbanks 4 – The Ice Dogs won two of three games in their weekend series against Janesville thanks to a 4-2 win on Saturday. Nolan Abraham had two goals in the win. The teams were deadlocked at 1-1 after two periods as Ikki Kogawa scored for Janesville with Kyle Rohrer answering for Fairbanks. In the 3rd period, the Ice Dogs pulled away with two goals from Abraham and one from Reece Cordray. Merril Steenari had the other goal in the Jets loss. Kyle Abrahamson made 25 saves in the win.

Johnstown 2 @ New Jersey 5: The Titans bounced back after a Friday night loss and defended home ice against the Tomahawks, taking them down by a final score of 5-2. The visitors got on the board early thanks to a tally from their leading goalscorer Zach Aben, his 8th of the season. Simon Becar and Ethan Wongus turned the tides with scores for New Jersey before period break. Johnstown’s Will Lawrence tallied the lone goal in the middle frame to even the scores back at 2-2 heading into the 3rd. Wongus, Johnny McMahon, Reece Brednich lead the offensive surge for the Titans in the 3rd with goals. Dylan Krick picked up the win with just 15 stops while Zack Ferris wore the loss with 28 saves. 

Minot 0 @ Austin 2: A 26-save performance from Trent Wiemken led the Bruins past Minot 2-0 to secure the weekend split. After a scoreless opening period, forward Will Diamond lit the lamp from Damon Furuseth for his 2nd goal of the season. That 1-0 score would hold until Parker Anderson found the back of an empty net from 200 feet to seal the win. Wiemken picked up his 4th career shutout in the win while James Norton kept out 25 of 27 shots faced in the loss. 

Amarillo 2 @ Oklahoma 5 – The Warriors got two goals and an assist from Drew Sutton has they snapped Amarillo’s winning streak thanks to a 5-2 win over the Wranglers, earning a weekend split. Oklahoma struck first on a goal from Sebastian Speck. The Wranglers answered early in the 2nd period on a goal from Jack McDonald. The Warriors would pull away later in the 2nd period on two goals from Sutton and one from Cooper Boulanger. In the 3rd period, Drew Jeffers scored for Amarillo and Riley Brueck scored for Oklahoma. Dylan Johnson got the win in goal, making 24 saves.

El Paso 3 @ Odessa 0 – El Paso goalie Michael Manzi made 20 saves in a 3-0 shutout on Saturday as the Rhinos earned a weekend split of the road series. After a scoreless 1st period, the Rhinos took a 1-0 lead in the 2nd period with a goal from Gavin Duckworth. In the 3rd period, goals from Jakub Jerman and Eddie Shepler secured the 3-0 win. Odessa goalie Maksim Bely made 23 saves in the loss.

 
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