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Saturday Scores: Chill sweep Brown Bears

January 5, 2014

Brady Ferguson had another big weekend to help the Amarillo Bulls sweep Corpus Christi and stay atop the South.

Kenai River Brown Bears 4 @ Coulee Region Chill 5 – Mac Jansen had a three-point night to help the Chill to a 5-4 home win and weekend sweep of the Brown Bears. Sebastian Fuchs had two goals and an assist for Kenai River. Other Chill goals came from Adam Lovick, Jesse Tredinnick, Brett Bukowski and James McGing. Alec Butcher and Jack Gessert had the other Brown Bears goals. Boxscore

Springfield Jr. Blues 0 @ Michigan Warriors 2 – In his first NAHL start, Robbie Beydoun stopped all 20 shots that came his way as the Warriors salvaged a weekend split with the Jr. Blues with a 2-0 shutout win. Colin Larkin scored both goals for Michigan, one in the 2nd period and another in the 3rd period. Stefanos Lekkas made 31 saves in the loss. Boxscore

Janesville Jets 0 @ Port Huron Fighting Falcons 4 – Port Huron completed a weekend sweep of Janesville with a 4-0 win. Max Milosek made 33 saves for this first shutout of the season. Jonathan Kopacka and Bryce VanHorn scored in the 2nd period and Zach Badalamenti and Jon Hall added 3rd period goals. Brock Kautz made 26 saves in the loss. Boxscore

Bismarck Bobcats 4 @ Brookings Blizzard 2 – The Bobcats moved back into a tie for 1st place in the Central with a 4-2 win and weekend road sweep over Brookings. Aaron Nelson made 27 saves in the win. Bismarck goals came from Huba Sekesi, Jacob McDowell, Matt Anders and Dan Kovar. Jeff Flicker and Nick DeCenzo scored for the Blizzard. Boxscore

Wichita Falls Wildcats 1 @ Topeka RoadRunners 2 – It was another solid effort for Topeka goaltender PJ Bridges, who made 24 saves to help the RoadRunners beat and sweep the Wildcats. Peter Halash and Philip Middleton had the goals for Topeka, while Ben Kucera scored the lone tally for Wichita Falls. David Zevnik made 27 saves in the losing effort as Topeka moved into 2nd place in the South. Boxscore

Lone Star Brahmas 2 @ Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees 3 (SO) – Another game went down to the wire between Lone Star and Rio Grande Valley, with the Killer Bees picking up the shootout win and weekend sweep at home. Rob Marsanico had the shootout winner. Lone Star led 2-0 on goals from Alexey Solovyev and Nick Blase, but the Killer Bees responded with goals from Sean Mostrom and Ben Greiner. Boxscore

Fairbanks Ice Dogs 5 @ Wenatchee Wild 3 – The Ice Dogs scored twice in the final two periods to beat Wenatchee on Saturday and earn a weekend road sweep. Five different players scored for Fairbanks including Colton Wolter, Han Gorowsky, Lonnie Clary, Brett Gervais and Tayler Munson. Nicholas Rivera scored twice for the Wild and Mike Coyne assisted on all three goals. Boxscore

Johnstown Tomahawks 2 @ Soo Eagles 3 – AJ Jarosz scored twice, including the game-winner in the 3rd period as the Eagles beat the Tomahawks for a second straight night. The win moved the Eagles into a tie for 4th place in the North. Sandis Zolmanis had the other goal for the Eagles, while Joe Drabin and Shane Cuckovich scored for the Tomahawks. Boxscore

Corpus Christi IceRays 2 @ Amarillo Bulls 6 – For the second straight night, the Bulls put up six goals on the IceRays in a win and weekend sweep. Cody Gylling scored twice for Amarillo. Timmy Moore, Mike Davis, Brady Ferguson and Kyle Gatterlaro had the other goals for the Bulls. Wes Michaud and Connor Kelly scored for the IceRays. Boxscore

Austin Bruins 2 @ Aberdeen Wings 4 – In front of over 1,400 fans in Aberdeen, the Wings got three 3rd period goals to beat Austin and salvage and weekend home split with the Bruins. Jordan Heller scored twice for the Wings and Bjorn Sigurdarson and TJ Roo also scored for the Wings. Lucas Kohls and Jay Dickman had the goals for the Bruins. Boxscore

Minnesota Magicians 0 @ Minnesota Wilderness 2 – The Wilderness posted a shutout, but this time it was Frank Oplinger instead of Kasimir Kaskisuo doing the honors as Oplinger made 24 saves for his second shutout of the season. Jakob Romo and Thomas Lindstrom had the goals for the Wilderness. Atte Tolvanen was solid in the loss, making 32 saves. Boxscore

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