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Wildcats widen lead in South

December 4, 2015

Backstoppers: Topeka goalie Tyler Johnson (top) and Corpus Christi goalie Dryden McKay (bottom) led their teams to wins on Thursday.

Amarillo 2 @ Topeka 5 – The RoadRunners completed a home sweep of the Bulls with a 5-2 win thanks to three, 2nd period goals. Things were tight in the first half of the game as the team’s were tied at 2-2 thanks to Topeka goals from Sami Tavernier and Quinn Preston and Amarillo goals from George Mika and Liam Ferguson. Topeka then took the game over later in the 2nd period with three straight goals from Matt Jennings, Yu Hikosaka and Max Harper to pull away with the 5-2 win. Shawn Brennan and Tyler Hayes each had a pair of assists in the win. Tyler Johnson made 16 saves in the victory, while Jacob Weatherly made 32 saves in the loss. Boxscore

Corpus Christi 3 @ Odessa 2 – Goalie Dryden McKay made 29 saves to lead the IceRays to a much needed 3-2 road win in Odessa on Thursday night. Most of the scoring came in an active 1st period as the team’s were knotted up at 2-2. Russel Jon and Hampus Sjodahl scored for Odessa, while Nathan Bryer and Brendan Miller scored for Corpus Christi. The difference-maker and game-winner came early in the 2nd period off the stick of Colton Meekhof. Odessa goalie Dean Shatzer made 26 saves in the loss. Boxscore

Lone Star 1 @ Wichita Falls 4 – The Wildcats widened their South Division lead to an NAHL-high 10 points thanks to a 4-1 home win over the visiting Brahmas. Recently named NAHL Goalie of the Month Justin Kapelmaster was stellar in the win, making 22 saves. It was all Wildcats in the 1st period as they took a 2-0 lead behind goals from Noah Gilreath and Austin Beaulieu. The lead swelled to 3-0 in the 2nd period after a shorthanded tally from Adam Goodsir. The Brahmas got their lone goal midway through the 3rd period from recently named NAHL Defenseman of the Month Cam Clarke. The game was capped off by the Wildcats final goal, which came from recently named NAHL Forward of the Month, Austin Albrecht. Boxscore

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