The Sheboygan Red Raiders co-op hockey team notched its fourth win in a row Saturday against Green Bay United.
In narrow fashion, too. Sheboygan took the game into overtime, where Danny Wild scored off an assist by Collin Peters nearly three minutes into the extra period to give the Red Raiders a 4-3 win at the Cornerstone Community Center.
Green Bay scored about seven seconds into the game, but Sheboygan eventually rallied to end regulation tied 3-3.
“We’re playing well at times, but we’re still making some poor decisions and, like I said, tonight we were flat for most of the game, but we battled back,” Sheboygan coach Keith Bartholomaus said after the win, which gives his team a 4-2 overall record and a 2-2 mark in the Fox River Classic Conference.
Andrew Bryce tied the game at 1-1 about 10 minutes into the second period off an assist by Ian McKinch, who scored the Red Raiders’ second goal with about nine seconds left in the period, which tied the score at 2-2. Peters and Avery Huibregtse had assists on the goal.
Derek D’Amico saved the Red Raiders’ game with a tying goal about five minutes into the third period. Peters and Huibregtse assisted the score.
Cameron Scheuren registered 22 saves and three goals allowed in Sheboygan’s net. The Red Raiders outshot their opposition 44-27.
Hunter Routheau had a hat trick to lead United (0-5, 0-2). Will Griswold made 40 saves in the loss.