SARTELL – Junior forward Matthew Michaud and junior forward Colin Johnson each had two goals and an assist Tuesday to lead Sartell past River Lakes 6-4 in a Central Lakes Conference boys hockey game.
Senior Spencer Zwiener and senior Austin Gohl had the other goals for the Sabres (5-2-1 CLC, 9-4-1 overall).
Senior Matt Prozinski had two goals to lead River Lakes (1-4-2, 8-5-2).
Senior Bryce Savage and eighth-grader Nikolai Jenson had the other goals for River Lakes.
Senior goalie Cater Kasianov had 22 saves in a winning effort for Sartell. Senior Trevor Meed had 28 saves for the Stars.
ST. CLOUD APOLLO 4, WILLMAR 1
Brandon Bissett recorded a hat trick in St. Cloud Apollo’s Central Lakes Conference win at Municipal Athletic Complex.
The Eagles outshot the Cardinals 38-13, won the faceoffs battle 29-10 and scored twice shorthanded.
Tanner Breidenbach had two assists and Nick Althaus made 12 saves.
BLOOMINGTON KENNEDY 4, ST. CLOUD TECH 3
Senior wing Braden Altena had two goals and one assist, but St. Cloud Tech’s comeback came up short. Bloomington Kennedy got the nonconference win at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center.
Junior wing Kaleb Woodman had one goal and one assist for the Tigers (3-10-2). Woodman’s goal at 11:06 of the third period brought Tech within 4-3, but Tech did not convert on two power plays in the last 1:40.
Senior Conor Jensen led Bloomington Kennedy (9-6-0) with one goal and one assist.
Junior goalie Justin Hagstrom had 26 saves in goal for Tech.
Junior James Mrozek had 21 saves for Bloomington Kennedy.
LITTLE FALLS 13, WADENA-DEER CREEK 3
LITTLE FALLS – Junior forward Thomas Miller had three goals and four assists to lead the Flyers to the nonconference win.
Junior defenseman Mack Anez and senior forward Connor Jorgenson each added two goals and two assists for the Flyers.
SARTELL/SAUK RAPIDS 6, RIVER LAKES 0
PAYNESVILLE – Ahna Richardson and Sarah Kaschmitter each scored two goals to lead Sartell/Sauk Rapids past River Lakes.
Clare Minnerath made 21 saves in the shutout and Megan Mohr added three assists for the Storm’N Sabres (6-0-2 Central Lakes, 12-3-3 overall).
Jordyn Tomaszewski made 25 saves for the Stars (6-2-1, 16-4-1).
ST. CLOUD ICEBREAKERS 2, WILLMAR 2
WILLMAR – Willmar scored two goals in the third period to tie the game up, send it into overtime and finish with a Central Lakes Conference tie.
Senior forward Samantha Eisenreich had two goals in the first period for the Icebreakers (2-5-1 CLC, 7-8-2 overall).
Sophomore forward Riley Schneider and senior forward Annie Johnston each had a goal and an assist for Willmar (3-3-1, 10-8-1).
Emily Musielewicz had 24 saves in goal for St. Cloud.
Johnika Wodash had 30 saves for Willmar.