Hatchets wrap wins around Eskymo loss
The Hatchets boy pulled off a 4-1 win over Medford at home on Thursday, then headed off to Escanaba for a weekend tourney.
Their hosts pummeled Tomahawk 9-1 on Friday, but THS passed on the favor in Saturday’s 8-1 rout of Nagaunee.
“Escanaba was probably the best team we’ve played in the six years I’ve been coaching,” THS coach Jake Flohr said. “We were in it 3-1 after the first, but then we kind of fell apart.
“Nagaunee was a better team than the score. Our team just played really well.”
Luke Schoone doled out 6 assists in the Nagaunee contest, while Alex Ungerer gave 3 goals and 1 assist. A.J. Bunce (2 g, 1 a), Jacob Panzer (1 g, 2 a), Kevin Bolder (1 g, 1 a), Chris Parker (1 g), Trevor Iwen (1 a), Matt Parker (1 a), and Nick Buitron (1 a) contributed to the scoring.
Saves–THS–Evan Russo 16. NHS–unavailable.
Bunce and Steve Renn set up Iwen’s goal for the only score for Tomahawk.
Escanaba put a 3-1 game out of reach with 6 goals in the second.
Saves–THS–Evan Russo 23. EHS–unavailable.
Tomahawk left the first period tied with Medford, but took 3-1 charge in the second and tacked on an insurance goal in the third.
“We played a decent game,” Flohr said. “We only played a couple of periods. It was still a win, but it wasn’t a pretty one.”
Ungerer scored twice, while Bolder gave a goal and 2 assists. Iwen (1 g) and Luke Schoone (1 a) aided the scoring.
Clayton Kree had an unassisted goal for Medford.
Saves–THS–Evan Russo 13, 1 g; Danny Hanke 0 sv, 0 g. MHS–Carter Jamieson 34.
Tomahawk is 5-5 overall and 2-2 in the GNC. Medford is at 0-3 and 1-5. Escanaba is ranked 9th in D2 in Michigan.
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