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Friday Finals: Brown Bears stay hot at home with win over Rebels

January 21, 2017

Four goals from Bismarck forward Mitchell Walinski earned the Bobcats a 9-1 victory over Brookings on Friday.

Aston 1 @ Kenai River 4 – With four straight goals to finish the night, Kenai River shut down the Aston Rebels with a 4-1 win at home. Aston’s Dom Garcia scored the first goal of the night for Aston, holding the lead for the Rebels through the first period. The Brown Bears unleashed their offense in the second, scoring four straight goals to grab the win. Goals came from Luke Radetic, Evan Butcher, Jonathan Marzec, and Ethan Stewart. Robbie Goor made 26 saves in net for the Brown Bears win.  Boxscore

New Jersey 1 @ Johnstown 4 – The Tomahawks opened and closed off the scoring for a 4-1 victory over New Jersey to start the weekend. Johnstown saw goals from Joshua Biasillo, Nick Bruce (2), and Joseph Kile. New Jersey found their way on the scoreboard with a goal from Greg Malafronte in the second period. Johnstown’s Drew Hotte took the win in net with 26 saves, while New Jersey’s Brandon Perrone was given the loss after 30 saves.  Boxscore

Corpus Christi 5 @ Amarillo 3 – A road win for the Ice Rays earned them a 5-3 victory over Amarillo on Friday night. Corpus Christi’s goals came from five different Ice Rays: Griffin Loughran, Mason Krueger, Brad Power, Cole Filler and Nathan Bryer. The Bulls’ three goals came from Brendan Walkom, Nestor Plarsmo, and Luke Edgerton. Tomas Vomacka made 47 saves in the win for Corpus Christi, while Brandon Bussi stopped 22 for Amarillo in the loss. Boxscore

Odessa 4 @ Topeka 5 – A third period tally held on to give Topeka the advantage over Odessa in a 5-4 home win on Friday. Topeka saw scoring from Max Harper (2), Nick Granowicz, Marshall Bowery, and Phil Erickson. Scoring from Odessa came from Zach Zech, Christian Hausinger, Levi Wunder, and Ludwig Stenlund. In net, Ben Churchfield make 32 saves for Topeka’s win, while Johnn Hogue had 30 stops in Odessa’s loss.  Boxscore

Lone Star 5 @ Wichita Falls 1 – Five straight goals by the Brahmas gave Lone Star a big road win over Wichita Falls to start the weekend. Brahmas goals came from Austin Kamer, Troy York (2), and Justin Addamo (2). With under a minute to play in the third, Wichita Falls ruined the potential Lone Star shutout with a Steven Tillie goal at 19:02. Alex Calvaruso made 21 saves in the win for Lone Star.    Boxscore

MN Wilderness 4 @ Austin 5 – A third period battle fell in favor of the Austin Bruins when they hosted the Wilderness on Friday. Austin’s goals came from Jan Stefka (2), Cole Lawrence (2), and Travis Kothenbeutel. The Wilderness saw four goals through the night from Michael Zuffante (2), Zach Mills, and Charlie Parker. Austin’s Jake Kucharski took the win after 27 stops in net.   Boxscore

Brookings 1 @ Bismarck 9 – Four goals from Bismarck’s Mitchell Walinski earned the Bobcats a 9-1 victory over Brookings on Friday. Nine Bobcats goals came from Tobias Fladeby, Mitchell Walinski (4), Zach Kennedy, Nick Alexander, Matej Murin, and Tristan Ashbrook. Brookings’ single tally came in the first period from Brett Callahan. Bismarck’s Severi Isokangas made 26 saves in net for the Bobcats win.  Boxscore

Janesville 3 @ MN Magicians 2 – In the final minute of play, Janesville’s Jack Gates scored the game-winning goal to earn the Jets a 3-2 victory over the Magicians on Friday. Janesville goals came from Joseph Abate and Jack Gates (2) in the victory. The Magicians two tallies came from Travis Brown and Mitchel Slattery. The Jets’ Derek Schaedig made 27 saves in the win, while Minnesota’s Ivan Prosvetov had 35 stops in the loss.  Boxscore

Aberdeen 1 @ Minot 3 – Three unanswered goals led to Minot’s 3-1 win over Aberdeen at home on Friday. Carter Roo opened the scoring for Aberdeen just 31 seconds into the contest, until Minot went on to claim the win. The Minotauros saw scoring from Chase Springman, Alex Adams and Reid Stefanson. Minot’s Austin Park made 29 stops in net for the win. Boxscore

Northeast 0 @ Fairbanks 1 – A lone goal from Fairbanks’ Grayson Gavin gave Fairbanks a shutout victory over Northeast on Friday night. Josh Benson took the shutout in net with 15 perfect stops for the Ice Dogs. Northeast’s David Fessenden made 37 stops in the Generals’ loss.   Boxscore

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