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Saturday Scores: Brahmas sweep leads to 10th straight win

January 22, 2017

Tommy Horn led Johnstown to a weekend sweep of New Jersey and a berth in the Robertson Cup Playoffs.

Lone Star 5 @ Wichita Falls 3 – A 5-3 decision between the Brahmas and Wildcats landed in favor of Lone Star on Saturday night. Lone Star saw scoring from five different Brahmas: Jakub Melisko, Carson Kelley, Hunter Stanley, Troy York and Austin Kamer. Ricky Carballo, Blake Ripley and Ryan Burnett each found the back of the net for the Wildcats. Max Prawdzik made 29 saves in net for the Brahmas’ win. Wichita Falls’ Evan Moyse made 35 stops in the Wildcats loss.   Boxscore

New Jersey 1 @ Johnstown 4 – Four straight goals to close out the night gave Johnstown a 4-1 advantage against New Jersey. Logan Stork (2), Thomas Horn, and Donovan Ott each scored for the Tomahawks. New Jersey saw one tally from forward Danny Eruzione. In net, Drew Hotte took the win for Johnstown with 25 saves. New Jersey’s Brandon Perrone made 30 saves in the loss. Boxscore

Corpus Christi 6 @ Amarillo 1 – Starting the night with six straight goals, the Ice Rays took home a 6-1 victory over Amarillo on Saturday night. Corpus Christi’s goal scorers included: Cole Gammer, Mason Krueger, Cody Fleckenstein, Trevor Wilhelm, Matt Novo, and Larry Jungwirth. George Mika put Amarillo on the board with his third period goal to close out the night. In net, Tomas Vomacka made 43 stops for the victory.  Boxscore

Odessa 3 @ Topeka 6 – Topeka closed out the weekend with 6-3 win at home over Odessa. RoadRunner goals came courtesy of Marshall Bowery, Max Harper (2), Brendan Doyle, John De Roche, and Phil Erickson. Ludwig Stenlund, Zach Heintz, and Zach Zech scored Odessa’s three goals. Topeka’s Ryan Snowden made 28 saves in net for the RoadRunners’ win. Jon Flakne made 31 saves in Odessa’s loss.   Boxscore

Brookings 1 @ Bismarck 2 (OT) – Sixty minutes wasn’t enough to decide the score between Brookings and Bismarck on Saturday night. The Bobcats struck first in the second period with a goal from Tanner Vescio, which the Blizzard answered back with a goal from Paul Cotter. In overtime, Bismarck worked quickly to see a Matthew Barry goal just 47 seconds into the bonus hockey period. Severi Isokangas took the win with 28 saves in net for Bismarck, while Josh Boyko took the OTL for Brookings after 32 stops.  Boxscore

Aberdeen 3 @ Minot 4 – The Minot Minotauros swept the weekend with a 4-3 win on Saturday over the Aberdeen Wings. Aberdeen notched three goals in the contest, which all came from forward Tyler Bossert. Minot’s four tallies were scored by Nate Pionk, Tyler Jeanson (2) and Spencer Zwiener. In net, Lucas Murry took the win for Minot with 25 saves. Aberdeen’s Forbes Ploszaj made 23 saves in the loss. Boxscore

Northeast 2 @ Fairbanks 5 – Fairbanks earned a three-game sweep over the Northeast Generals when they took home a 5-2 win on Saturday. The Ice Dogs saw five goals from Erkka Vanska, Luke Orysiuk, Nick Rogers, Hampus Eriksson, and Grayson Gavin. Colin Bilek and Evan Somoza scored Northeast’s two tallies. In net, Josh Benson took the win for Fairbanks with 21 saves.  Boxscore

Austin 2 @ MN Wilderness 6 – The Wilderness found their groove to earn a 6-2 victory over Austin on Saturday night. Minnesota’s six goals were scored by: Michael Zuffante (2), Dylan Mills, Nick Olczyk, Zach Mills, and Jesse Farabee. Austin’s two tallies came from Jan Stefka and Jason Koehn. Minnesota’s Luke Kania made 25 saves in the win, while Austin’s Jake Kucharski had 36 stops in the loss. Boxscore

Janesville 2 @ MN Magicians 3 – A third period battle earned the Magicians a 3-2 win over Janesville on Saturday. Minnesota’s Parker Mismash, Cameron Buhl, and Dmytro Kobylyanskyi each scored for the Magicians. Janesville saw goals from Joseph Abate and Cullen Munson. In net, Jake Acton took the win with 23 saves for Minnesota, while Derek Schaedig took the loss for Janesville despite 28 saves.  Boxscore

Springfield 9 @ Coulee Region 3 – Nine goals from the Jr. Blues earned Springfield a 9-3 victory over Coulee Region to start their weekend. The Springfield goals came from Ryan Leibold, Anthony Grimaldi (2), Matt Long (2), Brennan Blaszczak, Brandon Puricelli, Chase Michelson, and Max Nylander. Joey Sofo, Caleb Schroer, and Kevin Dineen scored Coulee Region’s three goals. Mike Robinson took the win in net for Springfield with 27 saves. Coulee Region’s Joe Marcoullier and Brad Arvanitis split net duty to combine for 47 saves in the loss.  Boxscore 

Aston 3 @ Kenai River 2 – A third period rally led the Aston Rebels to victory over Kenai River on Saturday. Aston’s three goals came from Dustin Manz, Brennan Kapcheck, and Ryan Patrick. Evan Butcher and Jake Friedman scored Kenai River’s two goals. In net, Mareks Mitens stepped in to earn the win for Aston. Robbie Goor had 29 saves in the loss for the Brown Bears.  Boxscore 



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