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Saturday Scores: Falcons continue to fly in North

November 17, 2013

Odessa goalie Eric Hancock picked up his second straight win as he made 29 saves to help the Jackalopes complete a weekend home sweep of the Corpus Christi IceRays.

Port Huron Fighting Falcons 10 @ Janesville Jets 4 – Matt Seidel had a game for the ages as the veteran forward who joined Port Huron at the beginning of October had a six-point night, which included four goals as the Fighting Falcons swept last place Janesville. Austin Romzek had two goals and an assist and Matt Jones, Mitch Maloney, Noah Batis and Logan Lambdin also scored for Port Huron. Janesville goals came from Zach Avolio, Drew Callin, Michael Louria and Adam Winborg. Boxscore

Corpus Christi IceRays 1 @ Odessa Jackalopes 2 – Goalie Eric Hancock picked up his second straight win as he made 29 saves to help the Jackalopes complete a weekend home sweep of the IceRays. The IceRays took a 1-0 lead midway through the 1st period on a goal from Jake Durflinger, but it would be all they would get on this night. Odessa responded back just over a minute later to tie the game at 1-1 on a goal from Tate Sykes. The game-winner came off the stick of Robb Stautz in the middle of the 3rd period. Boxscore

Amarillo Bulls 5 @ Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees 3 – Tyler Gernhofer scored his league-leading 18th and 19th goals of the season and added two assists as the Bulls increased their divisional lead with a 5-3 win and sweep of the Killer Bees. Amarillo went up 3-1 and never looked back. Other goals in the game from the Bulls came from Brendan Vetter, Brady Ferguson and Mike Davis. Rio Grande Valley had goals from Austin Hoff, Evan Schmidbauer and Ben Greiner. Boxscore

Soo Eagles 0 @ Michigan Warriors 4 – It was domination from start to finish as the Michigan Warriors continued their hot play with a 4-0 shutout and weekend sweep of the Soo Eagles. Trevor Gorsuch made 17 saves for his first shutout of the season. The game was swift moving and featured just two minor penalties. Michigan’s Cody Lichtenvoort had the second and the third goals for the Warriors, while AJ Marcinek and Zack Szajner also scored. Eagles goaltender Colin Brennan made 28 saves in the loss. Boxscore

Aberdeen Wings 3 @ Minnesota Magicians 0 – Aberdeen goalie Chad Catt stopped all 39 shots that came his way as the Wings got back on track with a 3-0 shutout and weekend sweep of the Magicians. Colin O’Neill put the Wings up 1-0 early in the 1st period with the eventual game-winning goal. Lennart Palausch and Kyle Haak scored in the 2nd period and it would be all the scoring the Wings would need. TJ Roo picked up assists on all three goals. Atte Tolvanen made 30 saves in the Magicians loss. Boxscore

Minnesota Wilderness 1 @ Fairbanks Ice Dogs 2 – Two 1st period goals ended up being enough as the Fairbanks Ice Dogs completed a big weekend home sweep of the 1st place Wilderness with a 2-1 win on Saturday. Fairbanks got 1st period goals from Chandler Madry and Brett Gervais.  The Wilderness lone goal came in the 2nd period from Thomas Lindstrom. Kevin Aldridge was solid in goal for the Ice Dogs, making 19 saves. Kasimir Kaskisuo made 27 saves in the loss for the Wilderness. Boxscore

Wichita Falls Wildcats 2 @ Kenai River Brown Bears 1 (SO) – Wildcats goaltender Chase Munroe made 38 saves through regulation and overtime and then stopped all five shooters in the shootout as the Wildcats defeated Kenai River 2-1 win in a shootout to complete a weekend road sweep. Stan Sojka scored in regulation for Wichita Falls and Nathan Colwell scored for the Brown Bears. Out of the 10 shooters in the shootout, Tyler Ledford had the lone goal. Kris Oldham played well in the loss, making 36 saves. Boxscore

Wenatchee Wild 5 @ Johnstown Tomahawks 1 – Parker Tuomie and Tanner Barnes each scored twice as the Wenatchee Wild earned a weekend road split in Johnstown thanks to a 5-1 win on Saturday. It was all Wenatchee from start to finish as they outshot the Tomahawks 42-12. The 3,200+ fans in attendance saw the Wild lead 1-0 after the 1st period and 3-0 after the 2nd period on goals from Tuomie (2) and Barnes. Troy Loggins added a 3rd period goal as did Barnes. Dakoda Menslage had the lone tally for Johnstown. Boxscore

Brookings Blizzard 0 @ Austin Bruins 3 – Nick Lehr came to the rescue, making 20 saves as the Bruins returned home one night after being blown out by the Blizzard to turn the tables on Brookings on Saturday with a 3-0 shutout. After two periods of scoreless hockey, Austin got on the board five minutes into the 3rd period on a goal from Trey Dodd. Brennan Sanford and Dodd added late 3rd period goals as insurance. Blizzard goalie Austin Priebe played well in the loss, making 29 saves. Boxscore

Topeka RoadRunners 1 @ Lone Star Brahmas 2 (SO) – In front of a season-high 1,501 fans, the Lone Star Brahmas finally dispatched the Topeka RoadRunners in a 12-man shootout to earn a weekend split. Jacob Nehama earned the win in goal, making 24 saves and stopping five of six RoadRunners shooters in the shootout. Regulation goals came from Lone Star’s Matt Lison and Topeka’s Tyler Poulsen. Gordie Helmuth had the shootout winner. Topeka’s PJ Bridges made 18 saves in the loss. Boxscore

Bismarck Bobcats 4 @ Minot Minotauros 6 – Four 3rd period goals in the final 10-minutes gave the Minot Minotauros a come-from-behind 6-4 win and weekend split with the Bobcats. Things were looking good for the Bobcats as they had leads of 2-0, 3-1 and 4-2. Cullen Willox scored twice for Bismarck and Stanislav Dzakhov and Tyler Dunagan also had goals for the Bobcats. Minot’s goals came from Johnny Walker and Colton Kramer in the 2nd period and 3rd period goals from Jacob Howie, Cameron Rowat, Jon Lizotte and Tyler Shipstad. Boxscore

Springfield Jr. Blues 4 @ Coulee Region Chill 1 – Three, 3rd period goals was the difference as the Springfield Jr. Blues earned a weekend split with the Coulee Region Chill. The Chill took an early 1-0 lead in the 1st period on a goal from Gordon Wells. Springfield responded back in the 2nd period on a goal from Ji Young Li to tie the game at 1-1. Springfield’s three goals in the 3rd period came from Lester Lancaster, Patrick Curry and Joseph Carney, all within a six-minute span. Jr. Blues goals Stefanos Lekkas made 40 saves in the win. Boxscore

 

 
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