White closed out its undefeated run through Summer Development Camp by beating Royal Blue in the championship game. Photo by Loren Nelson, LegacyHockeyPhotography.com
White closed out the CCM High Performance 14 Summer Development Camp in dramatic fashion, beating Royal Blue 3-2 in overtime on a blast from Gavin Kor (Shattuck-St. Mary's).
No. 1 seed White finished the week at St. Cloud State University unbeaten at 4-0. Royal Blue, which did not play White in the preliminary round, finished 2-2, with one of the losses coming in a shootout.
Royal Blue held leads of 1-0 and 2-1 on goal by Henry Ament (Chaska/Chanhassen) and Charles Clements (Shakopee).
White rallied to tie it at 2-2 early in the second half on a goal by Ryan Leake (Thief River Falls).
Kor's goal came 1:31 into overtime on a rising shot from the high slot.
White goaltender Cody Niesen (Bloomington Jefferson) was flawless in the second half and overtime, stopping all 15 shots he faced.
White's Gavin Kor celebrates after scoring in overtime on Thursday in the Development Camp championship game. Photo by Loren Nelson, LegacyHockeyPhotography.com
Nicholas Anderson (Minneapolis) scored with 1:05 into overtime to lift No. 3 seed Sky Blue over No. 4 Green in the third-place game.
Sky Blue goaltender Owen Lunneborg (Bloomington Jefferson) stopped all 15 second-half shots he faced to help secure the victory.
Sky Blue's Dominic Anthony (Warroad) opened the scoring, and Green's Malachi McKinnon (Forest Lake) answered to tie it at 1-1.
Green's John Scott, left, and Sky Blue's Lane Olson. Photo by Loren Nelson, LegacyHockeyPhotography.com
Torii Schmidt (Wayzata) scored twice as No. 5 seed Red held off No. 6 seed Gold in the fifth-place game.
Gold, looking for its first win, got off to a blazing start as Landon Cottingham (Woodbury) scored in the opening minute.
Red responded by scoring the next three goals, two from Schmidt and the other from Mason Moe of Eden Prairie.
Gold's Carver Hasbargen (Moorhead) scored with 2:54 remaining to set up a frantic finish.
Gold's Parker Deschene. Photo by Loren Nelson, LegacyHockeyPhotography.com