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Saturday Scores: Janesville stays hot with sweep of Chill

December 9, 2012

Janesville 3 @ Coulee Region 2 – The Jets got 43 saves from Brock Kautz as they picked up a weekend road sweep in Coulee Region against the Chill.  It was Janesville’s fourth win in their last five games.  They haven’t lost a game in regulation since November 17th.  Janesville controlled play in the first half of the game, as they jumped out to a 3-0 lead on goals from Daniel Kucerovy, Chase Rey and captain Conor Lemirande.  Coulee Region came back with a goal late in the 2nd period from Andy Faust and a goal late in the 3rd period from Mac Jansen, but it wasn’t enough as Kautz was at the top of his game. Boxscore

Topeka 2 @ Springfield 3 – Mike Fazio’s game-winning goal came with just :29 seconds remaining in regulation as the Jr. Blues salvaged a weekend home split with the RoadRunners thanks to a 3-2 win on Saturday.  Tyler Andrew have Topeka an early 1-0 lead, but that was answered by two goals from Springfield’s Terry Leabo and Ryan Atkinson.  Mick Bruce tied the late with five minutes left setting up Fazio’s late heroics. Boxscore

Port Huron 0 @ Michigan 3 – The Warriors completed an undefeated weekend as they shutout the Port Huron Fighting Falcons, 3-0.  Trevor Gorsuch stopped all 31 shots for the Warriors, who outshot Port Huron 45-31.  Michigan took a 1-0 lead in the 1st period on a goal from Darren McCormick.  Brad Pizzey and Martin Gruse scored in the 2nd period to increase the lead to 3-0.  Gruse ended up with four points in the two wins over the weekend. Boxscore

Texas 5 @ Corpus Christi 3 – Louie Rowe had another multi-point game with two goals and Brandon Hawkins scored his league-leading 24th goal of the season as Texas beat the IceRays 5-3 completing a weekend road sweep.  Charles Baldwin scored in his third straight game and John Roisum and Brandon Smith added the other goals for Corpus Christi.  Other goals from the Tornado came from Justin Greenberg and Michael Hoy (game-winner). Boxscore

Soo 3 @ Kalamazoo 1 – It was the Eric Rivard show in the 3rd period as the Soo forward had two goals, including the game-winner and an assist as the Eagles scored all three of their goals in the final period to beat Kalamazoo on the road on Saturday by a score of 3-1.  Trevor Boyd gave Kalamazoo a 1-0 lead late in the 2nd period before the Eagles exploded in the 3rd period, all within a four-minute span.  Zach Nagelvoort made 31 saves in the win. Boxscore

Amarillo 4 @ Odessa 1 – Garret Peterson scored twice, including the game-winning goal, and Gage Christianson had three assists as the Bulls completed a weekend road sweep of Odessa on Saturday, handing the Jackalopes their 10th straight loss.  Peterson scored both his goals in the 1st period.  Carter Penzien added another in the 2nd period.  Tyler Minx scored the lone goal for Odessa in the 3rd period, which was answered by a goal from Amarillo’s Connor Frey. Boxscore

Brookings 2 @ Austin 3 (SO) – It took a while, but the action in this game came late as Brookings erased a 2-0 lead to get the game tied in the last seconds, only to see the Bruins take the extra point in overtime.  Jay Dickman and Chris Fischer scored to five the Bruins a 2-0 lead late the in the 3rd period.  However, two goals in the final 2:01 from Justin Moody and Evan Hesse’s marker with :02 seconds remaining sent the game to a shootout, where Drew Anderson had the winner. Boxscore

Minot 4 @ Aberdeen 3 (SO) – A combined 96 shots on goal wasn’t enough as Tyler Parks made 45 saves and then stopped all four shooters in the shootout as the Minotauros picked up the road shootout win in Aberdeen.  Jake Clifford, Jake O’Borsky and Mason Morelli scored in the regulation for Minot, while Aberdeen’s Justin Parizek had two goals and Peter Krieger had the other.  David Parottino ended up with the shootout winner. Boxscore

Jamestown 4 @ Wenatchee 5 – Although the Wild clung to life support three different times in the game, they managed to earn a valuable two points in a dramatic 5-4 shootout win over North Division-leading Jamestown.  Jamestown got goals from Nico Sierra, Dylan Zink, Victor Johansson and Nate Ropelweski to lead 4-2 with less than a minute remaining.  However, late goals from Max McHugh and Jono Davis (2nd) in the last :29 seconds of the game sent the game to a shootout, where after 22 combined shooters Wenatchee defenseman David Mead scored the shootout winner. Boxscore

Johnstown 4 @ Fresno 3 – The Tomahawks handed the Monsters their 6th straight loss and completed a weekend sweep with a 4-3 win in Fresno.  In a back and forth affair, Fresno scored first on a goal from Ian Janco.  Casey Nelson and Jordan Watt answered back for the Tomahawks to make it 2-1.  Fresno tied the game at 3-3 after goals from Dan Sherer and Matt Salituro, which answered a goal from Johnstown’s Brandon Reinholz, but a 3rd period tally from Jeff Bergh proved to be the game winner. Boxscore

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