The Jr. Stars shutout the Spirit 7-0

Snyder Nick had a big night with 4 points (2 goals, 2 assists) as the Mid Cities Jr. Stars crushed the College Station Spirit 7-0 in a home game at Dr. Pepper StarCenter-Euless in Mid Cities. Also, Matthew Lenz posted a shutout, stopping all 13 of the Spirit shots throughout the game. The Mid Cities Jr. Stars took the lead early in the first on a goal from Conor Simpson and never looked back.

Brandon Speights chipped in with 3 points (1 goal, 2 assists) and Nick Sheridan had a busy night with 3 points (1 goal, 2 assists).

In the first period, Simpson opened the scoring for the Jr. Stars with what turned out to be the game winning goal at 1:41 with a helper from Speights.

During the second, Speights netted a goal at 5:37 with helpers from Nick and Fisher. Nick put in a goal at 9:08 with an assist from his teammate Speights. Sheridan scored a goal at 12:55 with assists from Allen and Nick. Rooney deposited a goal at 16:31 with a helper from Sheridan. Nick netted a goal at 18:50 with assists from Allen and Sheridan.

In the third, Taylor put in a goal at 18:24 with a helper from defenseman Fisher.

Mid Cities’ victory was in no doubt helped out by Lenz’s shutout, as he stopped all 13 of the shots he faced. Lenz’s counterpart, Pehrson, also had a big night, managing to stop 45 of 52, but ultimately fell short.

This win brings the Mid Cities Jr. Stars’ record to (29-15-1-0).

Sheridan’s hat trick helped the Jr. Stars crush the Spirit 9-2

Nick Sheridan led the way with a hat trick as the Mid Cities Jr. Stars crushed the College Station Spirit 9-2 in a home game at Dr. Pepper StarCenter-Euless in Mid Cities. In addition, the Mid Cities Jr. Stars’ offense had a big night, peppering the Spirit with 50 shots throughout the game. The Mid Cities Jr. Stars took the lead before the halfway point in the third on a goal from Tyler Schulz.

Brandon Speights delivered for his team with 3 points (2 goals, 1 assist) and Travis Brain contributed with 3 points (2 goals, 1 assist). Preston Palamara chipped in with 2 points (1 goal, 1 assist) and Brenden Fehlig did his part, adding 2 assists.

In the first period, Sheridan opened the scoring for Mid Cities with a goal at 2:34 with a helper from his teammate Speights. Schulz netted a goal at 15:45 with helpers from his linemates, Brain and Greco.

In the third, Schulz put in what turned out to be the game winning goal at 5:23 with assists from his linemates, Taylor and Simpson. Ely quickly followed with a goal at 6:41 with helpers from Fehlig and Palamara. Sheridan quickly followed with a goal at 8:22 with assists from Nick and Rooney. Brain quickly followed with a goal at 8:50 with a helper from Greco. Speights scored a goal at 11:51. Sheridan quickly followed with a goal at 12:35. Palamara quickly followed with a goal at 13:24 with assists from Frado and Fehlig. Brain answered for the Jr. Stars with a goal at 16:17 with a helper from his linemate Schulz. Speights quickly followed with a goal at 18:09 with assists from Nick and Fisher.

Mid Cities’ victory was in no doubt helped out by Vanwinkle as he stopped 12 of the 14 shots he faced. Vanwinkle’s counterpart, O’toole, also had a big night, managing to stop 41 of 50, but ultimately fell short.

This win brings the Mid Cities Jr. Stars’ record to (28-15-1-0).

The Jr. Stars shutout the Spirit 9-0

Trey Rooney had a big night with 6 points (4 goals, 2 assists) as the Mid Cities Jr. Stars crushed the College Station Spirit 9-0 in a home game at Dr. Pepper StarCenter-Euless in Mid Cities. In addition, the Mid Cities Jr. Stars' offense had a big night, peppering the Spirit with 57 shots throughout the game, to go along with Matthew Lenz's shutout. The Mid Cities Jr. Stars took the lead early in the first on a goal from Matthew Taylor and never looked back.

Brandon Speights did his part, adding 3 points (1 goal, 2 assists) and Nick Sheridan chipped in with 2 points (1 goal, 1 assist).

In the first period, Taylor opened the scoring for the Jr. Stars with what turned out to be the game winning goal at 4:47 with a helper from his teammate Koehn. Speights netted a goal at 7:17. Rooney deposited a goal at 10:45 with a helper from Speights.

During the second, Rooney put in a goal at 0:56 with an assist from his linemate Sheridan. Rooney scored a goal at 12:45 with an assist from Speights. Rooney netted a goal at 18:15.

In the third, Brain deposited a goal at 3:38 with helpers from Greco and Allen. Fisher put in a goal at 13:03 with assists from Rooney and Lenz. Sheridan scored a goal at 18:05 with a helper from fellow Jr. Stars forward Rooney.

Mid Cities’ victory was in no doubt helped out by Lenz’s shutout, as he stopped all 22 of the shots he faced. Lenz’s counterpart, Pehrson, also had a big night, managing to stop 48 of 57, but ultimately fell short.

This win brings the Mid Cities Jr. Stars’ record to (27-15-1-0).

The Jr. Stars struggled against the Brahmas 5-1 in home game

Cameron Bickford delivered for his team with 3 points (2 goals, 1 assist) and Hunter Bersani had no trouble finding the scoresheet, adding 2 points (1 goal, 1 assist).

In the first, Sheridan opened the scoring for Mid Cities with a goal at 9:25 with a helper from his teammate Rooney.

During the second, Redmon answered for the Brahmas with a goal at 8:55 with helpers from Sykes and Bickford. Davis deposited what turned out to be the game winning goal at 11:52 with assists from his linemates, Tiedemann and Redmon. Bickford put in a goal at 16:32 with assists from Croswell and Bersani. Bickford scored a goal at 19:15.

During the third period, Bersani netted a goal at 7:34 with helpers from Croswell and Dekumbis.

This loss brings the Mid Cities Jr. Stars’ record to (26-15-1-0).

The Jr. Stars struggled against the Brahmas 4-1 in home game

Bennett Weycker did his part, adding 3 points (2 goals, 1 assist) and Kyle Cote contributed with 2 points (1 goal, 1 assist).

In the first period, Koehn opened the scoring for Mid Cities with a goal at 0:24 with a helper from defenseman Harrison.

During the second, Weycker answered for the Brahmas with a goal at 3:04 with helpers from teammates Croswell and Davis.

In the third period, Cote scored what turned out to be the game winning goal at 6:42 with assists from Weycker and Bombardir. Weycker quickly followed with a goal at 7:30 with assists from Cote and Brown Iii. Brown Iii netted a goal at 16:40 with helpers from Bersani and Croswell.

This loss brings the Mid Cities Jr. Stars’ record to (26-14-1-0).

The Jr. Stars struggled against the Ducks 8-1 in home game

Nick Vanwinkle came up big, stopping 24 of 29 shots throughout the game. The Point Mallard Ducks took the lead before the halfway point in the first on a goal from Jesse Stepp and never looked back.

Matt Goodman delivered for his team with 3 points (2 goals, 1 assist) and Jesse Stepp contributed with 3 points (1 goal, 2 assists).

During the first period, Campbell opened the scoring for Mid Cities with a goal at 0:37 with a helper from Sheridan. Kendall answered for the Ducks with a goal at 3:40 with helpers from teammates Udris and Polcaro. Stepp quickly followed with what turned out to be the game winning goal at 5:11 with assists from Chun and Udris. Udris put in a goal at 16:41 with helpers from Chun and Stepp.

During the second, Goodman deposited a goal at 9:50 with assists from Laplante and Horton. Goodman netted a goal at 13:36 with helpers from Laplante and Chun. Chun scored a goal at 16:27 with assists from Green and Goodman.

In the third, Trombly put in a goal at 1:11 with helpers from Stepp and Udris. Kelly deposited a goal at 8:12 with assists from Udris and Green.

This loss brings the Mid Cities Jr. Stars’ record to (26-13-1-0).

The Jr. Stars crushed the Ducks 5-1

Nick Vanwinkle came up big, stopping 26 of 27 shots throughout the game. The Mid Cities Jr. Stars took the lead early in the second on a goal from Trey Rooney.

Matthew Taylor chipped in with 2 goals and Trey Rooney contributed with 2 goals.

In the first, Rooney opened the scoring for the Jr. Stars with a goal at 5:06. Green answered for Point Mallard with a goal at 8:43 with helpers from his teammates Udris and Chun.

In the second, Rooney answered for Mid Cities with what turned out to be the game winning goal at 2:09 with an assist from Koehn. Taylor deposited a goal at 6:54 with helpers from Nick and Brain. Schulz put in a goal at 19:23 with assists from Speights and Nick.

In the third period, Taylor netted a goal at 7:47 with helpers from his linemates, Speights and Schulz.

The Jr. Stars’ victory was in no doubt helped out by Vanwinkle’s big night as he stopped 26 of the 27 shots he faced. Vanwinkle’s counterpart, O’shaughnessy, also had a big night, managing to stop 26 of 31, but ultimately fell short.

This win brings the Mid Cities Jr. Stars’ record to (26-12-1-0).

Sheridan's hat trick helped the Jr. Stars crush the Spirit 6-0

Nick Sheridan led the way with a hat trick as the Mid Cities Jr. Stars crushed the College Station Spirit 6-0 in a home game at Spirit Ice Arena in Mid Cities. Also, the Mid Cities Jr. Stars' offense had a big night, peppering the Spirit with 63 shots throughout the game, to go along with Matthew Lenz's shutout. The Mid Cities Jr. Stars took the lead early in the first on a goal from Snyder Nick and never looked back.

Conor Simpson did his part, adding 3 points (1 goal, 2 assists) and Blake Wood contributed with 2 assists.

In the first, Nick opened the scoring for the Jr. Stars with what turned out to be the game winning goal at 4:45 with helpers from Speights and Simpson. Koehn put in a goal at 11:38 with helpers from his linemates, Rooney and Greco. Sheridan netted a goal at 13:39 with assists from his linemates, Simpson and Speights.

In the second, Sheridan scored a goal at 12:57 with assists from his linemates, Kesling and Greco. Sheridan deposited a goal at 16:26 with helpers from Wood and Allen.

During the third, Simpson netted a goal at 6:22 with assists from Sheridan and Wood.

Mid Cities’ victory was in no doubt helped out by Lenz’s shutout, as he stopped all 38 of the shots he faced. Lenz’s counterpart, O’toole, also had a big night, managing to stop 57 of 63, but ultimately fell short.

This win brings the Mid Cities Jr. Stars’ record to (25-12-1-0).

The Jr. Stars shutout the Spirit 4-0

The Mid Cities Jr. Stars' offense had a big night, peppering the College Station Spirit with 47 shots throughout the game, to go along with Matthew Lenz's shutout. The Mid Cities Jr. Stars took the lead early in the first on a goal from Trey Rooney and never looked back.

Nick Sheridan contributed with 2 points (1 goal, 1 assist).

In the first, Rooney opened the scoring for the Jr. Stars with what turned out to be the game winning goal at 4:04. Speights put in a goal at 9:38 with helpers from Sheridan and Allen. Greco deposited a goal at 19:29 with an assist from defenseman Wright.

During the third, Sheridan netted a goal at 8:21 with helpers from Campbell and Simpson.

Mid Cities’ victory was in no doubt helped out by Lenz’s shutout, as he stopped all 39 of the shots he faced. Lenz’s counterpart, O’toole, also had a big night, managing to stop 39 of 40, but ultimately fell short.

This win brings the Mid Cities Jr. Stars’ record to (24-12-1-0).

The Jr. Stars crushed the Spirit 5-2

Matthew Lenz came up big, stopping 34 of 36 shots throughout the game. The Mid Cities Jr. Stars took the lead late in the second on a goal from Matthew Taylor.

Matt Greco had no trouble finding the scoresheet, adding 2 goals and Nick Sheridan chipped in with 2 assists. Gannen Erickson contributed with 2 assists.

During the second, Brain opened the scoring for the Jr. Stars with a goal at 8:00 with a helper from his linemate Sheridan. Speights netted a goal at 10:15 with helpers from his linemates, Sheridan and Matthews. Kasai finally put the Spirit on the board with a goal at 13:20 with assists from teammates Erickson and Dacey. Taylor answered for the Jr. Stars with what turned out to be the game winning goal at 15:31. Greco scored a goal at 18:46 with an assist from Schulz.

During the third period, Butler answered for the Spirit with a goal at 8:18 with helpers from his linemates, Grunkemeyer and Erickson. Greco answered for the Jr. Stars with a goal at 18:01 with an assist from Kesling.

Mid Cities’ victory was in no doubt helped out by Lenz’s big night as he stopped 34 of the 36 shots he faced. Lenz’s counterpart, Pehrson, also had a big night, managing to stop 52 of 57, but ultimately fell short.

This win brings the Mid Cities Jr. Stars’ record to (23-12-1-0).