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Saturday Scores: Tomahawks run win streak to four with sweep

November 12, 2023

Bismarck forward Tyson Smith had five points in a 6-3 win on Saturday helping the Bobcats to a weekend sweep of North Iowa.

Saturday Box Scores

Philadelphia 1 @ Johnstown 4: The Tomahawks scored at least a goal in all three periods en route to a 4-1 victory and series sweep over the Rebels. Nick White beat the buzzer in the 1st period with his 5th goal of the season to get Johnstown on the board. Will Lawrence extended the lead early on in the middle frame. Philadelphia’s Klause Jogi started a comeback by cutting the deficit in half 1:37 into the 3rd but 25 seconds later Johnstown’s Chase Sandhu recovered Johnstown’s two-goal lead. Sandhu also deposited a late goal to seal it. Zack Ferris was dominant between the pipes, stopping all but one of 31 shots faced. Jack Fialkoff kept out 21 of 24 for the Rebels. 

Austin 2 @ Minot 4: The Minotauros are finishing the weekend atop the central division standings after taking down Austin last night and sweeping them. Austin’s Kaden Muir and Minot’s Colby Woogk had the scores level through one period with goals. Philippe Lalonde and Trevor Stachowiak both lit the lamp for Minot before Austin Salani cut the deficit in half. Jack O’Hanisain deposited the dagger in the 2nd half of the final frame to seal the win. Brady James kept out 32 for the Minotauros while Trent Wiemken made 23 saves for Austin. 

Bismarck 6 @ North Iowa 3: The Bobcats increased their offensive output from Friday night, scoring six while holding the Bulls to three to pick up a road sweep. North Iowa’s Colten Gerken got the Bulls on the board first before Bismarck tallied a pair to go ahead 2-1. Charles Beland and Nolan Grier regained the lead for North Iowa. 40 seconds after Grier’s tally Nick Baer tied things up with his 3rd goal of the season. In the 3rd it was all Bismarck as Trent Anfinson tallied a pair of goals and Evan Hunter added another. Stephen Peck kept out 20 shots on 23 faced for the Bobcats while Connor Graham made 32 saves for the Bulls. 

New Jersey 2 @ Maryland 1 (SO): New Jersey picked up the win in the shootout to secure a crucial extra point and weekend road sweep over the Black Bears. After a scoreless opening frame, Maryland broke the deadlock off the stick of Magnus Gadowsky, his 2nd of the season. In his 100th career NAHL game, New Jersey’s Dominick Rivelli found twine to level the scores. A scoreless overtime led to a shootout where Zakari Brice had the edge in net. He picked up the victory making 14 stops while Owen Lepak kept out 22 of 23 in the loss. 

Danbury 2 @ New Hampshire 3 (OT): Tommy McDonough threaded a backdoor pass to Jack Costanzo who found twine to win it for the Mountain Kings in overtime. Hunter Fetterolf kept the home crowd happy through 20 minutes as he scored the lone goal. Jack ResRuisseaux doubled the lead midway through the 2nd frame. Danbury battled back in the 3rd to level the scores thanks to goals from Alexander Strempel and Noah Ziskie. Pete Sterling kept out 26 of 28 for New Hampshire while Miles Roberts made 30 stops in the loss. 

El Paso 1 @ Lone Star 5 – The Brahmas widened their lead atop the South Division as they won their third straight game in a 5-1 win over the Rhinos, which completed a weekend sweep. Anthony Cappello had two goals and an assist and Justin Kerr had three assists in the win. The Brahmas led 3-0 on goals from Owen Kerr, David Skuhrovec, and Cappello. Gavin Duckworth scored for the Rhinos to make it 3-1, but the Brahmas would pull away with goals from Jacob MacDonald and another from Cappello to secure the win. Brahmas goalie Jack Wieneke made 26 saves in the win.

Chippewa 3 @ Kenai River 2 – For a second straight game, the Steel edged the Brown Bears by a goal. The Steel opened up a 2-1 lead in the 1st period with goals from Peyton Platter and Tomas Trunda, while Nicholas Stevens scored for Kenai River. In the 2nd period, the Brown Bears tied the game on a goal from Roope Tuomioksa. However, the lead was brief as less than a minute later Lukas Peterson scored the game-winning goal for the Steel. Ajay White picked up the win in goal, making 26 saves. Owen Zenone took the loss with 35 saves.

Fairbanks 4 @ Anchorage 2 – Thanks to a goal and two assists from forward Reece Cordray, the Fairbanks Ice Dogs earned a weekend split with the Wolverines thanks to a 4-2 win on Saturday. The Ice Dogs were in control for most of the game as they scored the first four goals and took a 4-0 lead with tallies from Nolan Abraham, Marc Lund, Wyatt Carlson and Cordray. The Wolverines netted both their goals late in the 3rd period as Tyler Hennen and Trenton Powell found the back of the net. Kyle Abrahamson made 44 saves in the win.

Amarillo 1 @ New Mexico 2 (OT) – Ice Wolves goalie Andy Vlaha made 29 saves to lead his team to a 2-1 overtime win over the visiting Wranglers. New Mexico took a 1-0 lead in the 1st period thanks to a goal from Bryce Johnson. Amarillo would tie the game in the 3rd period on Ben Ivey’s 6th goal of the season. With under two minutes remaining in overtime, Yusaku Ando would net the game-winner. Wranglers goalie Luca Ganz made 26 saves in the loss.

Colorado 1 @ Odessa 6 – Hayden DeMars scored twice and Cameron Dunn had a three-point night as the Jackalopes earned a weekend home split against the Grit with a 6-1 win on Saturday. DeMars scored the only goal in the 1st period to put the Jackalopes ahead, 1-0. Odessa would then score five goals in the 2nd period to put the game away, which included goals from Dunn, Trevor Mitchell, Zach Benayon, Hunter Whisenand, and another from DeMars. Bowen Burke had the lone goal for the Grit in the loss. Quentin Sigurdson made 39 saves in the win.

Minnesota 1 @ Janesville 0 – Wilderness goalie Adam Prokop stopped all 27 shots that came his way as the Wilderness salvaged a weekend road split in Janesville thanks to a 1-0 shutout over the Jets on Saturday. Ashton Dahms scored the lone goal of the game, which came in the 1st period with assists to Daniel Astopovich and Peteris Purmalis. Jan Kasal stopped 26 of 27 shots in the Jets loss.

Oklahoma 6 @ Corpus Christi 1 – Cooper Boulanger scored twice and Daniel Duris made 24 saves as the Warriors salvaged a weekend split with the IceRays thanks to a 6-1 win on Saturday. The teams were level at 1-1 after one period as Owen Carlile scored for Oklahoma with Will Reardon answering for the IceRays. In the 2nd period, the Warriors took a 3-1 lead with a pair of goals from Boulanger. In the 3rd period, the Warriors pulled away with goals from Dominic Elliott, Carter Sproule, and Kaden Nelson.

Springfield 2 @ Wisconsin 6 – Six different players scored for the Windigo as they earned a weekend split against the Jr. Blues thanks to a 6-2 win on Saturday. The Windigo took a 4-1 lead in the opening period with goals from Braydon Beahm, Daniil Dolzhenko, Maxwell Martin, and Will Schumacher. Leo Eperjesi would add a goal in the 2nd period and Zachary Cline scored in the 3rd period. Jake Peterson and Landry Schmuck scored for the Jr. Blues in the loss. Windigo goalie Maxwell Beckford made 17 saves in the win.

Rochester 1 @ Maine 3: After being held to one goal in Friday night’s contest, the Nordiques bounced back to defeat the Jr. Americans 3-1. The visitors held a one-goal lead through 20 minutes thanks to a score from Thomas Rockey. Luke Chappelle leveled the scores with his 1st for the Nordiques late in the middle frame. Six minutes into the 3rd Nils Forselius found twine to gain the lead and Jake Bernadet sealed the victory with 58 seconds remaining, scoring his 9th of the season. Adam Moller picked up his first career NAHL victory with 28 saves. 

St. Cloud 2 @ Aberdeen 1: In a low-scoring affair the visitors came out on top as the Norsemen rallied to take the weekend split. The contest remained tied through 20 minutes as St. Cloud’s Hagen Moe and Aberdeen’s Logan Gravnik traded goals. After a scoreless 2nd period, Michael Coleman tallied his 5th of the season that would turn into the eventual game-winner. Ryan Manzella kept out all but one of 22 shots faced for St. Cloud. Croix Kochendorfer turned away 34 in the loss.

 
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