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Boys 15: Day 2 Recap

By Loren Nelson, 04/27/19, 7:45PM CDT


Dist. 6 (Red) 7, Dist. 15 (Maroon) 4

Will Schumacher (Prior Lake) scored three goals and added an assist and William Johnson (Edina) had a goal and an assist to lead District 6 past District 15. District 6 goalies Samuel Schowalter (Eden Prairie) and Beau Motzko (Minnetonka) made a combined 16 saves. 

Dist. 3 (White) 6, Dist. 16 (Gold) 3

Wyatt Carlson (Wayzata) and Gavin O'Connell (Wayzata) each had a goal and an assist to lead District 3 past District 16. Toby Hopp (Osseo-Maple Grove) made nine saves and Liam Sebek (Edina) 4 for District 3, which outshot District 16 37-16.

Dist. 4 (Black) 7, Dist. 12 (Royal Blue) 4

Benjamin Portner (Lakeville South) scored a goal and added two assists in the first half as District 4 bolted to a 6-0 lead en route to the victory. Peyton Taylor (Hibbing) had two assists for District 12, which scored the final three goals.

Dist. 8 (Orange) 7, Dist. 10 (Green) 1

Nick Pierre (Hill-Murray) scored three goals and Dylan Godbout (Hill-Murray) had two for District 8 in its victory over District 10. Nick Erickson (Hill-Murray) stopped all 16 shots he faced in his half of work and goalie partner Dixon Ehlers (Red Wing) stopped 10 of 11 shots.

Dist. 2 (Gray) 6, Dist. 5 (Purple) 0

Chet Bertelsen (Tartan) scored twice, Kevin Odlaug (St. Paul Capitals) had two assists and goaltenders Tomas Anderson (Stillwater) and Benjamin Dardis (Mahtomedi) combined on a 20-save shutout to lead District 2 past District 5. 

Dist. 9 (Navy) 7, Dist. 11 (Light Blue) 1

Tate Cothern (Rochester Mayo) stopped all 17 shots he faced and Adler Johnston (Albert Lea) scored twice to lead District 9 past District 11. Taylor Bogen (Owatonna) added two assists for District 9, which was outshot 34-30. 

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