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Admirals Cup Day 3

Day three of the Admirals Cup, presented by Bradley Corp, continues today at the Mullett Center on the campus of Hartland Arrowhead High School.

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Cedarburg took down WNS 10-1 in the first game, while DePere got by Mequon Homestead 4-3 in game 2 and New Trier toppled Germantown 7-1 in the third game. In the final contest of the day Arrowhead topped Marquette 6-5 in overtime.


Game 1:Cedarburg Bulldogs 10, WNS Storm 1

Cedarburg took a tight game early in the second period and turned it into a route, scoring the game's final eight goals for their second goal of the tournament. The Bulldogs made their hay on the power-play scoring an impressive five goals in seven chances with the man advantage.

Senior forward Kyle Samera led the way for the Bulldogs offense with a hat trick and added a pair of assists for a five-point game. Team captain Tyler Curtis finished with a goal and three assists, while Jan Hora tallied a pair of goals.

Connor Aguilar picked up the lone goal for WNS.


Game 2: DePere Voyagers 4, Mequon Homestead Highlanders 3

DePere took down the defending Admirals Cup champs in game two. The Voyagers built a 4-1 lead in the second period and withstood a furious charge from Homestaed to prevail in the end.

Matt Willems scored a pair of goals for DePere, while junior forward Vojtech Outrataa picked up a goal and added a pair of assists for the Voyagers. Jake VanRens also lit the lamp for DePere, while goalie Brett Geurts was impressive in net, stopping 39 of the 42 shots he faced, including 12 in the final period.

Joey Hobbs had a hand in all three goals for Homestead, assisting on the team's first two goals and then scoring the team's final tally. Will Gebhardt and Sean Driscoll also lit the lamp for the Highlanders.


Game 3: New Trier Green 7, Germantown Ice Bears 1

New Trier scored the final six goals of the game to come away with a 7-1 win over Germantown. The game was tied at one after the first period, but the Green's Jason Kukar scored just 1:06 into the second and they never looked back.

Defenseman Graham Soman paced the Green offense with two goals and an assist while Brad Glass picked up three helpers. Brent Segvich chipped in a goal and an assist for New Trier, who are the two-time defending Illinois state champs.

Nick Peterson scored the lone goal of the game for Germantown, who received a valient effort in net from Andrew Ullman. The senior goalie ended the game with 52 saves, including an impressive 21 in the third period alone.


Game 4: Hartland Arrowhead 6 Marquette High 5 (OT)

In the game of the tournament thus far, Arrowhead topped Marquette 6-5 in overtime after the Hilltoppers had tied the score at five with just 29 seconds left in the third. Sophore forward Patrick Berges played the part of hero for Arrowhead as he found the back of the net with 3:33 remaining in the extra session.

Things didn't look good for Marquette when they trailed by two and went on the penalty kill at 8:49 of the third period. However, freshman Max Boll scored a shortie with 8:17 to go and then PJ Hennelly forced OT with a goal with under a minute to play.





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