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Saturday Scores: Jamestown keeps rolling with sweep of Jets

November 11, 2012

Bismarck's Shane Omdahl had a hat-trick on Saturday to help the Bobcats to a 5-1 road win in Austin.

Janesville 2 @ Jamestown 5 – The Jamestown Ironmen swept past the Janesville Jets, 5-2 on Saturday evening in at the Jamestown Savings Bank Arena.  It was Jamestown’s 15th win of the season, which is tops in the NAHL. Jamestown dominated the first two periods of play, outshooting Janesville, 27-9. The Ironmen jumped out to a 2-0 lead during the first period with goals coming from Luc Gerdes and Victor Johansson. Jamestown shined in the second period, piling up three goals while limiting the Jets to only three shots on goal at the other end. Tyler Dunagan led Jamestown’s second period surge with a pair of goals while Ross Pavek netted one of his own.  Jamestown completed their fifth weekend sweep of the season while extending their home win streak to nine in a row. The Ironmen defense paved the way for goaltender Reid Mimmack, as he tallied nineteen saves, improving his record to 12-2 on the season. Janesville scored both their goals in the 3rd period from Bryan Kronberger and Jack Billings. Boxscore

Bismarck 5 @ Austin 1 – Shane Omdahl recorded a hat-trick, Adam Knochenmus had four assists and Patrick Moore had a goal and three assists as the Bobcats picked up a big road win against division-leading Austin on Saturday.  Bismarck scored five goals on just 20 shots including 1st period goals from Omdahl, Moore and Joe Giordano.  CJ Smith scored the lone goal for the Bruins in the 2nd period before Omdahl added two more goals in the 3rd period. Boxscore

Port Huron 4 @ Michigan 3 (SO) – Max Milosek made 43 saves and stopped all five shooters in the shootout as the Fighting Falcons salvaged a weekend split with the Warriors.  The teams were tied at 1-1 after the 1st period with goals from Port Huron’s Daniel Rehnstrom and Michigan’s Jake Hopfner.  Mitch Maloney and Kody Polin made the lead 3-1 for the Falcons, before Brock Labelle and Martin Gruse scored to send the game into extra time. Boxscore

Aberdeen 2 @ Coulee Region 1 – Paige Skoog made 29 saves as the Wings picked up a weekend road split with the Chill with a 2-1 win in Coulee Region on Saturday.  Aberdeen led 1-0 early in the 1st period on a goal from Tanner Holmquist.  Travis Underwood would respond for Coulee Region to tie the game at 1-1.  However, a goal early in the 3rd period from Steven Johnson would be the difference for the Wings. Chill goalie Blake Cates made 36 saves in the loss. Boxscore

Amarillo 4 @ Topeka 2 – Ryan Cole and Mike Davis each picked up a goal and assist as the Bulls salvaged a weekend split of their series in Topeka.  Colin Delia made 25 saves in the win.  Topeka took an early 1-0 lead on a power play goal from Sean Gaffney.  However, Amarillo scored two straight including goals from Tyler Gernhofer and Davis.  Dan Dupell tied the score at 2-2 early in the 3rd period, but Cole added the game-winner on the power play six minutes later.  Omar Mullan scored the Bulls 4th goal for insurance. Boxscore

Kenai River 2 @ Fairbanks 5 – Fairbanks was able to pick-up the weekend split with Kenai River thanks to multi-point games from Garret Clemment, Colton Wolter, Kyle Lee and Jayson Angus.  Fairbanks led 2-0 on goals from Patrick Newell and Angus.  Kenai River responded on a goal from Alec Butcher to make it 2-1, but two more goals from Wolter and Zack Rall made it 4-1.  Ryan Walker cut the lead to 4-2, but a late 3rd period goal from Clemment secured the win in front of another sold out crowd in Fairbanks. Boxscore

Kalamazoo 1 @ Johnstown 4 – The Tomahawks completed a weekend home sweep of the Jr. K-Wings in a physical affair.  Chris Truehl made 21 saves in the win for Johnstown.  The Tomahawks led 3-0 early in the 3rd period on goals from Jake Fairchild, Andrew McDonald ad Mitch Kontny.  Danny Hamburg scored to make it 3-1, but a late goal from Zach Wallace put the game in the bag for Johnstown in front of over 2,500 fans on Saturday night. Boxscore

Minot 1 @ Brookings 3 – The Blizzard moved back into a tie for 1st place in the Central Division with a 3-1 win over the visiting Minotauros.  Cody Marooney scored twice including goals in the 1st and 3rd periods.  Thomas Williams added the other goal for Brookings.  Collin Abitz scored the lone goal for Minot.  Both goalies were strong in goal as Drew Weigman picked up the win making 21 saves, while Tyler Parks took the loss making 38 saves. Boxscore

Soo 5 @ Springfield 2 – In a game that featured 93 combined shots, it was the Soo Eagles picking up a weekend split with a 5-2 win in Springfield on Saturday.  Soo got goals from five different goal scorers including Cody Von Rueden and Alex Taulien in the 1st period, Eric Rivard and Kyle Loridon in the 2nd period and Michael Lant in the 3rd period.  The Jr. Blues got goals from Nate Chasteen and Alex Baskakov.  Zach Nagelvoort made 40 saves in the win for the Eagles. Boxscore

Wichita Falls 4 @ Odessa 2 – An early goal from Josh Racek would not be enough as the Wildcats would score four unanswered goals in the 2nd and 3rd periods on their way to a weekend split and a 4-2 win on Saturday in Odessa.  Eliot Grauer scored twice and added two assists in the win, which included the game winning goal.  Conor O’Neil and Kyle Bauman had the other goals for Wichita Falls, while Tyler Minx had a late goal for Odessa.  Evan Cowley made 27 saves for the win. Boxscore

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