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Saturday Scores: Jr. Blues extend winning streak with sweep

November 27, 2016

Dalton Hunter had a big weekend to help the Johnstown Tomahawks sweep the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights.

Wilkes-Barre/Scranton 2 @ Johnstown 5  – The Tomahawks wrapped up their weekend with a sweep on Saturday, defeating the Knights 5-2. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton scored the first two goals of the game, which came from Paul Maust and Adrian Danchenko. Johnstown would rally off five-straight third period goals to take the win. Logan Stork, Dalton Hunter (2), Hayden Rowan and Donovan Ott each scored for the Tomahawks. Drew Hotte took the win in net for Johnstown with 33 saves, while Grant Valentine took the loss for the Knights with 24 saves.   Boxscore

Topeka 1 @ Springfield 4  – Taking home a weekend of wins were the Springfield Jr. Blues, who swept Topeka at home with a 4-1 win on Saturday. Springfield goals came from Brandon Puricelli (2), Matt Long, and Alex Peck. Marcus Russell scored Topeka’s goal. With the win in net for Springfield was Mike Robinson, who made 43 saves. Ryan Snowden was given the loss after 44 saves for the RoadRunners. Boxscore

Odessa 3 @ Wichita Falls 4  (OT) –  An overtime win on Saturday for the Wildcats earned Wichita Falls a weekend sweep at home over Odessa. Regulation scoring for Wichita Falls came from CJ Walker, Nick Rosa, and Jonathan Bendorf. Seamus Donohue scored the Wildcats’ game-winning goal in overtime. Odessa saw regulation scoring from Trevor Zenas, Zach Heintz, and Noah Poindexter. Jared Dempsey took the win in net for the Wildcats with 31 saves. Jon Flakne was given an OTL after 36 saves for Odessa.  Boxscore

Bismarck 2 @ MN Wilderness 5  – A weekend sweep for the Wilderness was completed on Saturday, as Minnesota stood strong for a 5-2 victory over Bismarck. The Wilderness saw five goals, which were credited to Michael Zuffante, Pavel Mikhasenok, Luke Dow, Charlie Parker and Nick Olczyk. Bismarck goals came from Tobias Fladeby and Tanner Vescio. Luke Kania took the win in net for the Wilderness with 30 saves. Will Ulrich was given the loss after 15 saves in net for the Bobcats. Boxscore

Fairbanks 3 @ Kenai River 6  – Claiming another win over Alaskan rival Fairbanks, the Kenai River Brown Bears took a 6-3 win at home Saturday night. A 3-3 tie game held after two periods, until the Brown Bears scored three unanswered goals in the third period to earn their victory. Kenai River goals came from Tyler Rock, Luke Radetic (2), Matthew Thielemann, Jonathan Marzec, and Ethan Stewart. Marc Sullivan, Robert Blueger, and Luke Orysiuk scored Fairbanks’ three goals. Robbie Goor swept the weekend in net for the Brown Bears, making 23 saves in Saturday’s win. Conor O’Brien was given the loss for Fairbanks after making 21 saves in net.  Boxscore

New Jersey 8 @ Northeast 7  – Keeping their offenses hot, the New Jersey Titans and Northeast Generals put up 15 goals combined on Saturday. New Jersey walked away with a weekend sweep over the Generals, scoring a total of 16 goals through both games. Titans goals: Kyle Perkowski, Maxim Andreev (2) , Anthony Cusanelli, Nick Yzaguirre, Matt Wiesner, and Danny Eruzione (2). Generals goals: Evan Somoza, Jackson Hartje (2), Colin Bilek (2), Anthony Mangano, and Christian Thomas. Brandon Bussi had 23 saves in the win for New Jersey, while David Fessenden made 40 saves in the OTL for Northeast.   Boxscore

Janesville 2 @ Coulee Region 5 – Scoring four unanswered goals in the third, Coulee Region grabbed a win at home on Saturday over Janesville. The Chill scored five goals throughout the night, which were credited to Larry Jungwirth, Joey Sofo (2), Scott Corbett, and Caleb Schroer. Janesville’s two tallies of the night came from Peter Bates and Keegan Miller. Todd Scott took the win in net for Coulee Region with 36 saves. Janesville’s Jacob Barczewski took the loss in net after 24 saves.  Boxscore

Amarillo 5 @ Corpus Christi 2  – The Amarillo Bulls earned a road win on Saturday to split the weekend with South Division rival Corpus Christi. The Bulls saw scoring from Brendan Walkom, Jake Nitche, Bray Crowder, Luke Edgerton, and Kosta Likourezos. Cody Fleckenstein and Jayson Dimizio scored Corpus Christi’s two goals. Nikita Babintsev took the win in net for Amarillo with 40 saves, while Cam Burggrabe made 24 saves in the loss for Corpus Christi.   Boxscore

Minot 0 @ Brookings 8  – The Brookings Blizzard put up eight goals in a shutout win over Minot on Saturday night. Credited with goals for Brookings were: Cameron Teamor, Cade Borchardt (2), Gunnar Goodmanson, Taylor Schneider, Paul Cotter and Chase Gamelin. Josh Boyko earned his second shutout of the season in net for Brookings, making all 38 saves. Minot’s Austin Park and Lucas Murray split duty in net, combining for 17 saves throughout the night in the loss.  Boxscore

MN Magicians 2 @ Austin 3  – Holding on for a Saturday night win were the Austin Bruins, who defeated the Minnesota Magicians in a 3-2 decision. Austin goals came from Dante Zapata and Travis Kothenbeutel (2). Minnesota saw two goals, both scored by Will Hammer. Jake Kucharski took the win in net for Austin with 22 saves. Daniil Gerasimov was given the loss for Minnesota after 20 saves. Boxscore

Lone Star 2 @ Shreveport 5  – Shreveport earned a 5-2 win on Saturday to split their home-and-home series with the Lone Star Brahmas this weekend. The Mudbugs saw scoring from Gueorgui Feduolov (2), Kieran Durgan (2) and Croix Evingson. Lone Star goals came from Vladimir Studennikov and Justin Addamo. Taking the win in net for Shreveport was John Roberts, who made 29 saves. Alec Calvaruso and Erik Gordon split duties in net for the Brahmas, making a total of 29 saves in the loss.   Boxscore

 
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