Beavercreek Beats Troy 6-1, Plays For Frozen Creek Championship Sunday

Beavercreek played Troy Trojans for their third and final round robin game of the Frozen Creek Tournament Saturday night at the Kettering Rec Center.  The Beavers got on the board midway through the first on a goal by alternate captain Cole Gutterman that was assisted by captain PJ Kosir.  A few minutes later, Mason Mikesch lit the lamp on a pass from Joey Duford.  Less than a minute after the Mikesch goal, Marshal Enfield went coast-to-coast and scored while getting hauled down in front of the net, which gave the Beavers a 3-0 lead at the end of the first.

That goal got Enfield going because he came up with a power play tally early the second off a pass from Gutterman.  Enfield struck again for another power play goal less than two minutes later, this one was assisted by Mikesch and alternate captain Alex Folga.  Later in the second, Enfield found the net again off a pass from Kosir, which gave Creek a commanding 6-0 lead going into the intermission.  Enfield and Mikesch (during the earlier game against Lexington) both had Texas hat tricks today for the Beavers, which is when a player scores four consecutive goals!

Troy scored the lone goal in the third and the final score 6-1 for the good guys.  Kevin Bovair was the Beaver net minder and he turned away 22 shots on the night.  The victory puts the Beavers in first place after pool play and they will play the Clay Eagles for the championship of the Frozen Creek Tournament Sunday afternoon at 1:40 at the Kettering Rec Center.  Come out if you can so support the Beavers!!

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Creek Downs Lexington 6-0 In Frozen Creek Play

Beavercreek continued Frozen Creek tournament play Saturday afternoon when they faced off against the Lexington Thoroughbreds at the Kettering Rec Center.  Creek Hockey is raising money for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation during Frozen Creek and the Beavers sported their JDRF jerseys for this game.  Creek forward Braden Cox participated in the pregame ceremonial puck drop that was performed by Bucky The Beaver.

It was a back forth contest at the beginning of the game.  The deadlock was broken when alternate captain Cole Gutterman scored on a shot that was assisted by Mason Mikesch.  This proved to be the only scoring of the period and Creek had a 1-0 lead after one.

Gutterman scored in the opening seconds of the second on a shot that was assisted by Mikesch and Joe Bordas, giving the Beavers as 2-0 lead.  The score remained that way until late in the period when Mikesch lit the lamp with an unassisted tally.  Minutes later Mikesch again scored an unassisted goal, this time when the Beavers were shorthanded, giving Creek a commanding 4-0 lead going into the intermission.

The game remained that way until late in the third when Mikesch put the biscuit in the basket on a pass from Gutterman, which gave Mikesch a natural hat trick for the game.  A few minutes later Mikesch scored again on a pass from Gutterman, pushing Creek’s lead to 6-0, which ended up being the final score.  Kevin Bovair was between the pipes for the Beavers and turned away 22 shots for the shutout victory.  Next up for the Beavers is their third Frozen Creek game which is a nightcap affair against the Troy Trojans at 8:50 PM Saturday at the Kettering Rec.

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