Beavers Take Down Thoroughbreds 5-1

Beavercreek took on Lexington today at South Metro.  It turned out to be the Thomas Bush show as the Junior Alternate Captain accounted for all five goals in today’s contest to put his season total at 26.  After being held scoreless last night at Hobart Arena, Thomas Bush came out firing.  He put two biscuits in the basket in the first period to put Creek up 2-0.  The second period started with a quick strike from Bush off the first faceoff to put the Beavers up 3-0 and secure a hat trick for the junior.  Lexington got on the board with about 13 minutes remaining in the period.  Bush took advantage of a Creek power play with another goal with 1050 to go in the second period.  The teams went into the ice cut with the Beavers up 4-1.

Thomas Bush scored his fifth goal of the contest on another Creek power play in the third period to put the game out of reach.  Junior Ben Duford and Freshman Ian Champagne shared time between the pipes in the 5-1 Creek victory.

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Creek Beats Troy 4-2

Saturday night saw the Beavercreek Beavers take on the Troy Trojans at historic Hobart Arena.  The Beavers came away victorious behind Sophomore Riley Hanson’s hat trick.  Riley put Creek on the board early in the first off an assist from fellow Sophomore Carson Cox.  Hanson placed the next two pucks in the net off assists from the Cox brothers in the second period to secure his hat trick and put Creek up 3-0.  Troy got on the board late in the second with a goal in the final two minutes to go into the ice cut down 3-1. 

Troy made the game interesting with an early goal in the third to put the score at 3-2.  The Beavers held tough and added an insurance goal off the stick of Senior Captain Braden Cox from Sophomore Joey Donahue.  Junior Ben Duford and Freshman Ian Champagne defended the net in the 4-2 Creek victory.

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Beavers Take Second in 2020 Winter Classic

Creek marched to the finals of the 2020 Winter Classic behind wins over Gahanna, Northern Kentucky, and Moeller JV. The Battling Beavers faced the Rampage of Owensboro, Kentucky. Creek held the reigning Kentucky HS state champions to two goals over two periods. Junior Thomas Bush got Creek on the board late in the second period to make the score 2-1 going into the third. Sophomore Riley Hanson got Creek’s second goal toward the end of the third period. The large bench of the Rampage wore the Beavers down. Creek fell 6-2 in the Tourney Final but played a hard fought battle with Junior Ben Duford between the pipes.

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Creek Defeats Northern Kentucky 3-2

Your Battling Beavers took down a deep Norse team behind stingy defense and great goaltending from Junior Ben Duford. Creek was behind early in the first after a NK goal less than two minutes in. Senior alternate captain Joe Bordas stole the puck and whipped home a shot off the post to tie the game up with a minute left in the period. Sophomore Joe Martin put Creek up early in the second period off an assist from fellow sophomore Riley Hanson. The Beavers went up 3-1 on a five hole shot by Hanson off his own rebound. Creek weathered a Norse onslaught in the third period, gave up one goal, but held on for the 3-2 victory. The Beavers have two wins in this Winter Classic Tourney and are back in action tonight at 7:30 against the Moeller JV team,

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