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Boys 14: Day 2 Recap

By Caleb Johnson, 04/23/22, 10:30PM CDT


district 4: 1 - District 11: 7

District 11 took a 4-1 lead after the first half and kept running with it. Adding 3 more in the 2nd half, District 11 used their 50 shots on goal to dominate offensively. Not only on the offensive end, District 11 only allowed 17 shots on goal through both halves.

District 11’s Kole Lendzyk (Hermantown), 2 goals, led the way with scoring. Thomas Ojard (Duluth East) and Micklain Martalock (Hermantown) each had 1 goal and 1 assist. District 4 goalies Quinn Gould (Centennial) made 24 of 28 saves and Jonathan Wood (Bemidji) stopped 20 of 23 shots. District 11 goaltenders Kaenan Smith (Duluth East) made 6 saves on 7 shots and Bryce Francisco (Hermantown) stopped 10 of 10.

District 12: 2 - District 10: 12

Offense was the name of the game for District 10 in Game 2 today. After putting up 7 goals in the first 15 minutes of action, District 10 added 2 more before the 1st half ended. After the 1st half, 39 shots had been fired on goal by District 10. They added 22 more in the 2nd half for a total of 61 shots in the game, the most so far this weekend.

This game saw 10 different players with multiple points, 9 from District 10 and one from District 12. Those players were led by District 10’s Krewz Harper (Lino Lakes) and Brock Cheslock (Rogers). Harper had 3 goals and 2 assists and Cheslock had 1 goal and 4 assists. District 12 goalies Grant Olson (Grand Rapids) stopped 30 of 39 shots and Jackson Norgaard (Bemidji) made 19 saves on 22 shots. District 10 goalies Cash Cruitt (Andover) stopped 10 of 11 shots and Tyler Bacon (Princeton) made 3 saves on 4 shots.

District 16: 5 - District 15: 8

Game 3 of the day started off with District 15 jumping out to a 6-0 lead after 24 minutes of play. District 16 would not go away quietly as they rattled off 4 straight goals in the first 10 minutes of the 2nd half. Back and forth play ensued with both teams scoring at least once more. District 15 was able to hold off the comeback, icing the game with just under 2 minutes left to go. 

A lot of scoring in this game led to 6 multi-point games. Leading the way was Wyatt Cullen (Moorhead) from District 15 with 1 goal and 2 assists and Quinn Niemi (Bemidji) for District 16 with 3 assists. District 15 goalies Brady Schluter (Alexandria) made 11 saves on 11 shots and Griffin Lindberg (Detroit Lakes) stopped 5 of 10 shots. For District 16, goalies Levi Westby (Warroad) made 17 of 23 saves and Finn Hansen (Warroad) stopped 11 of 13 shots.

District 2: 4 - District 5: 0

The 1st half of Game 4 on the day started off with a goaltender battle as only one goal was scored. District 2 led 1-0 going into the 2nd half. District 2 then added 3 more in the final 24 minutes while also keeping District 5 off of the scoreboard.

Jimmy Egan (Mahtomedi) led the way for scoring with 3 goals while Luca Jarvis (Stillwater) had 2 assists, both on an Egan goal. District 5 goalies Ethan Johnson (Buffalo) stopped 10 of 11 shots and Aubrey Baker (Buffalo) made 13 saves on 16 shots. District 2 goalies Aidan Hesse (Sioux Falls Power) stopped 11 of 11 shots and Sam Hagel (MN Made) stopped all 12 shots he faced.

District 3: 3 - District 6: 8

Today’s game for District 6 was another offensive performance. District 6 used their 5-1 lead after the 1st half to propel them to another victory. The 2nd half was a little bit closer with District 3 scoring 2 more goals; however, District 6 responded to those by netting 3 more of their own. 

Another high scoring game means we had 5 more players with multiple points in this game. District 6’s Michael Berchild (Minnetonka) and Gabe Lindholm (Minnetonka) each had a hat trick in this one. District 3’s Dylan Dean (Osseo Maple Grove) netted 2 goals and 1 assists, as well. District 3 goalies Luke Carrithers (Osseo Maple Grove) made 11 saves on 16 shots and Xavier Wendt (Hopkins) stopped 12 of the 15 shots he faced. District 6 goalies Joseph Klose (New Prague) made 12 saves on 13 shots and Alexander Beaton (Edina) turned away 7 of the 9 shots he faced.

District 8: 3 - District 9: 2

Game 6 of the day started off as a defensive battle. District 9 scored 18 seconds into the game and held onto that lead until late in the 1st half. District 8 rattled off 2 goals in 23 seconds to take a 2-1 lead. District 8 did not look back after that. They added 1 more to their total in the 2nd half and had to hold off a comeback attempt by District 9 in the final 4 minutes.

Only 1 player had a multi-point game and that was District 8’s Nathan Chorlton (Sioux Falls 13U) who had 1 goal and 1 assist. District 8 goalies Aidan Finn (Rosemount) stopped 6 of 7 shots and Charlie Stoffel (Hastings) made 4 saves on 5 shots. District 9 goalies Josiah Schmidtke (Waseca) made 14 saves on 16 shots and Mason Schreiber (Mankato) stopped 19 of 20 shots he saw.

District 5: 6 - District 15: 2 

Game 7 of today provided a lot of scoring in the 2nd half and even a goaltender assist. Ethan Johnson (Buffalo) of District 5 passed the puck to Easton Monahan (STMA) who then fed it to Brayden Klande (Sioux Falls Power) who buried it to make it 3-0. After that happened, District 15 tried to put together a comeback but were only able to make it 3-2. With under 3:15 left in the game, District 5 tallied 3 more goals to ice the game.

The offensive storyline from this game is District 5’s Brayden Klande (Sioux Falls Power). Klande recorded a hat trick with all 3 of his goals coming in the 2nd half. District 5 goalies Aubrey Baker (Buffalo) stopped all 9 shots he saw and Ethan Johnson (Buffalo) made 11 saves on 13 shots. District 15 goalies Griffin Lindberg (Detroit Lakes) made 16 saves on 17 shots and Brady Schluter (Alexandria) stopped 9 of the 14 shots he faced.

District 2: 9 - District 12: 3

In the night cap of Day 2, District 2 put on another clinic. Not only did they do it again on the defensive end, they made things happen offensively as well. District 2 started the game by scoring the first six goals. District 12 potted 2 of their own as well to go into the half down 7-2. Each team went on to add at least one, with District 2 getting 2 more.

7 different players put up multiple points. Those 7 were led by District 2’s Jimmy Egan (Mahtomedi) who had 2 goals and 3 assists. District 2 goalies Sam Hagel (MN Made) stopped 6 of 8 shots and Aidan Hesse (Sioux Falls Power) stopped 5 of 6 shots. District 12 goalies Jackson Norgaard (Bemidji) stopped 21 of 28 shots and Grant Olson (Grand Rapids) stopped 17 of 19 shots.

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