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Saturday Scores: Minot widens Central lead with sweep

October 30, 2016

Overtime Heroes: 17-year-olds Jonathan Bendorf (top) and Joey Strada (bottom) both scored overtime-winning goals on Saturday to lift their clubs to sweeps.

Bismarck 3 @ Aberdeen 4 (OT) – Overtime hero Joey Strada gave the Aberdeen Wings control of a weekend sweep at home over the Bismarck Bobcats. Bismarck started the scoring, registering goals from Tobias Fladeby, Austin Junger and Parker Mismash. Aberdeen would keep things even in regulation with goals from Joey Strada, Trey Bagwell, and Carson Dimoff. Joey Strada’s second goal of the night came at the 1:17 mark in overtime. Arrtu Kulmala took the win in net for the Wings with 27 saves, while Will Ulrich was given the loss in net for Bismarck with 31 saves. Boxscore

Minot 3 @ Austin 2 – Completing their weekend sweep, the Minot Minotauros took home two big wins on the road over Austin. Minot’s Zack Bross, Alex Adams and Chase Springman would do the scoring for the Minotauros on Saturday. The Bruins saw goals from Tanner Dufault and Jon Richards. Austin Park grabbed the victory between the pipes for Minot with 23 saves, while Jake Kucharski took the loss for Austin with 23 saves. Boxscore

Wichita Falls 5 @ Amarillo 4 (OT) – Jonathan Bendorf was named the Wichita Falls hero of the night for his overtime goal over Amarillo on Saturday. The game-winner completed a hat trick for Bendorf, his first of the season. The teams exchanged an identical result as Friday night, completing the Wildcats weekend sweep on the road. Wichita Falls regulation scoring came from Jonathan Bendorf (2), Roman Kinal and Ryan Orgel. Amarillo saw goals from George Mika (2), Hayden Broomhead, and Brendan Walkom. Evan Moyse grabbed the win in net for Wichita Falls with 49 saves, while Kyle Madore took the loss with 36 saves for Amarillo. Boxscore

Fairbanks 2 @ Coulee Region 3 (OT) – A come-from-behind win gave the Coulee Region Chill a weekend sweep over their Midwest Division opponent, Fairbanks, on Saturday. Fairbanks started the scoring early, with goals from Cayden Cahill and Benton Maass. The Chill waited patiently, and eventually found the net with goals from Kevin Dineen and Steve Quagliata. Bonus hockey was required, where Matt Hines sealed the win for the Chill just 1:42 into overtime. Todd Scott earned the win for the Chill with 28 saves, while CJ Boothe took the loss for Fairbanks despite a 25 save effort. Boxscore

Lone Star 4 @ Odessa 0 – Erik Gordon’s eighth-straight win was a shutout for the Lone Star Brahmas, completing their weekend sweep over Odessa on Saturday. The scoring was all Brahmas, with goals coming from Drake Glover, Pete Kessel, Carson Kelley, and Austin Kamer. Erik Gordon made 25 saves in net for Lone Star for the win, while Jon Flakne took the loss for Odessa after 17 saves.  Boxscore

Johnstown 2 @ Aston 0 – Earning his first shutout of the season, Drew Hotte stayed hot between the pipes for Johnstown on Saturday. The Tomahawks were the only name on the score sheet, with goals credited to Donovan Ott and Nick Bruce on it. In the win, Drew Hotte had 30 saves for the Tomahawks, while Aston’s Jack Leavy took the loss with 22 saves. Boxscore

Janesville 5 @ Springfield 2 – Revenge was sweet for the road team, as Janesville split the weekend with Midwest Division rival Springfield. Four straight goals pumped the momentum up for the Jets, with 5 total goals coming from Jack Gates, Cullen Munson, Keegan Miller, Kip Hoffmann and Peter Bates. Springfield’s two tallies were courtesy of Ryan Leibold and Ricards Bernhards. Jacob Barczewski took the win in net for Janesville with 25 saves, while Evan Fear was given the loss for Springfield after 22 saves.   Boxscore

Shreveport 2 @ Corpus Christi 3 – A score-heavy second period determined the fate of South Division rivals Shreveport and Corpus Christi on Saturday. Shreveport’s Gueorgui Feduolov opened up the scoring in the first, but the remainder of the game’s goals took place in the second period. Erik Zohovs would go on to grab a second goal for the Mudbugs. Corpus Christi’s Mason Krueger, David Thomson, and David Baskerville each would find the net for the Ice Rays in the victory. Cam Burggrabe took the win in net for Corpus Christi with 19 saves, while Shreveport’s John Roberts was given the loss after 31 saves.  Boxscore

Kenai River 2 @ MN Magicians 1 – Kenai River’s big second period held on for their win over the Minnesota Magicians on Saturday. Minnesota’s Caleb Hite would open the scoring for the Magicians, and would be the only tally of theirs for the night. In the second, the Brown Bears saw goals from Luke Radetic and Anthony Tzveyn. The win in net for Kenai River was given to Bailey Seagraves, following a 29 save effort. The Magicians efforts in net were split between Daniil Gerasimov and Ivan Prosuetov, who totaled 22 saves in the loss. Boxscore

MN Wilderness 8 @ Brookings 4 – Twelve total goals were registered between Central Division rivals, the Wilderness and the Blizzard, in Saturday’s contest. With eight goals, the Wilderness spread the wealth through their lineup. Tallies came from Jesse Farabee (3), Tim Nicksic, Pavel Mikhasenok, Michael Zuffante, Mitchell Walkinski and Tyler Vold. Brookings’ four goals were credited to Paul Cotter, Cade Borchardt, Zach Mitchell and Nicholas Cardelli. Luke Kania took the win in net for the Wilderness, making 41 saves. Net duties were split for Brookings, as Josh Boyko and Nick Althaus combined for 30 saves in the loss. Boxscore

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