The Jr. Stars defeat the Ducks 4-2

The Mid Cities Jr. Stars' offense had a big night, peppering the Point Mallard Ducks with 37 shots throughout the game. The Mid Cities Jr. Stars took the lead early in the second on a goal from Brandon Speights.

Brandon Speights contributed with 3 points (2 goals, 1 assist) and Nick Sheridan had no trouble finding the scoresheet, adding 2 goals. Regnars Udris chipped in with 2 goals.

In the first, Speights opened the scoring for the Jr. Stars with a goal at 8:32 with a helper from his linemate Koehn. Sheridan put in a goal at 15:21 with an assist from his teammate Speights.

During the second period, Speights netted what turned out to be the game winning goal at 4:00 with a helper from Hutton.

In the third, Udris finally put the Ducks on the board with a goal at 11:45 with an assist from Trombly. Udris scored a goal at 19:08 with a helper from Chun. Sheridan quickly followed with a goal at 19:42.

Mid Cities’ victory was in no doubt helped out by Lenz’s big night as he stopped 51 of the 52 shots he faced. Lenz’s counterpart, O’shaughnessy, also had a big night, managing to stop 33 of 36, but ultimately fell short.

This win brings the Mid Cities Jr. Stars’ record to (21-10-1-0).

The Jr. Stars defeat the Capitals 3-2

The Mid Cities Jr. Stars' offense had a big night, peppering the Atlanta Capitals with 27 shots throughout the game. The Mid Cities Jr. Stars took the lead before the halfway point in the second on a goal from Remy Kesling.

Remy Kesling contributed with 2 points (1 goal, 1 assist). Michael Klintworth had no trouble finding the scoresheet, adding 2 points (1 goal, 1 assist) and Andrei Rusakov delivered for his team with 2 assists.

In the first period, Brain opened the scoring for the Jr. Stars with a goal at 12:15 with a helper from Kesling. Koehn deposited a goal at 14:44 with helpers from his linemates, Hutton and Sheridan. Klintworth finally put Atlanta on the board with a goal at 18:37 with an assist from Rusakov.

In the second, Nielsen netted a goal at 2:13 with helpers from his linemates, Klintworth and Rusakov. Kesling answered for Mid Cities with what turned out to be the game winning goal at 5:57 with an assist from Greco.

The Jr. Stars’ victory was in no doubt helped out by Vanwinkle’s big night as he stopped 31 of the 33 shots he faced. On the other hand, Vanwinkle’s counterpart, Konin, and Atlanta’s defense did not have such a great night stopping only 24 of 27 shots.

This win brings the Mid Cities Jr. Stars’ record to (20-10-1-0).

The Jr. Stars fall to the Capitals 2-1

Nick Vanwinkle came up big, stopping 31 of 33 shots throughout the game. The Atlanta Capitals took the lead before the halfway point in the third on a goal from Brody Nielsen.

Brody Nielsen did his part, adding 2 goals and Vito Carlo chipped in with 2 assists.

During the third, Taylor opened the scoring for Mid Cities with a goal at 7:28 with a helper from his teammate Koehn. Nielsen finally put Atlanta on the board with a goal at 10:19 with assists from Opie and Carlo. Nielsen quickly followed with what turned out to be the game winning goal at 12:04 with helpers from Johnson and Carlo.

This loss brings the Mid Cities Jr. Stars’ record to (19-10-1-0).

The Jr. Stars defeat the Brahmas 4-3

Jake Ange came up big, stopping 29 of 32 shots throughout the game. The Mid Cities Jr. Stars took the lead before the halfway point in the third on a goal from Tristan Allen.

Tristan Allen delivered for his team with 2 points (1 goal, 1 assist) and Snyder Nick had no trouble finding the scoresheet, adding 3 assists.

During the first period, Simpson opened the scoring for the Jr. Stars with a goal at 9:04 with helpers from his linemates, Brain and Martin. Speights put in a goal at 12:49 with helpers from his teammates Sheridan and Nick.

In the second, Sykes finally put the Brahmas on the board with a goal at 13:25 with an assist from Cote.

In the third, Norris netted a goal at 2:29 with assists from his linemates, Tobey and Weycker. Schulz quickly followed with a goal at 4:23 with helpers from Allen and Nick. Allen scored what turned out to be the game winning goal at 7:17 with assists from Sheridan and Nick. Dekumbis answered for Texas with a goal at 17:52.

The Jr. Stars’ victory was in no doubt helped out by Ange’s big night as he stopped 29 of the 32 shots he faced. Ange’s counterpart, Myers, also had a big night, managing to stop 37 of 41, but ultimately fell short.

This win brings the Mid Cities Jr. Stars’ record to (15-5-1-0).

The Jr. Stars crushed the Drillers 4-1

The Mid Cities Jr. Stars' offense had a big night, peppering the Louisiana Drillers with 47 shots throughout the game. The Mid Cities Jr. Stars took the lead late in the first on a goal from Brandon Speights and never looked back.

Jason Koehn delivered for his team with 2 points (1 goal, 1 assist) and Nick Sheridan did his part, adding 2 points (1 goal, 1 assist).

During the first period, Kesling opened the scoring for the Jr. Stars with a goal at 13:29 with a helper from defenseman Fugger. Speights deposited what turned out to be the game winning goal at 18:39 with helpers from Harrison and Fugger.

In the second, Watzka finally put the Drillers on the board with a goal at 6:57.

In the third, Koehn answered for Mid Cities with a goal at 14:59 with assists from his linemates, Sheridan and Greco. Sheridan deposited a goal at 18:30 with helpers from Koehn and Harrison.

The Jr. Stars’ victory was in no doubt helped out by Vanwinkle as he stopped 19 of the 20 shots he faced. Vanwinkle’s counterpart, Kazoleas, also had a big night, managing to stop 43 of 47, but ultimately fell short.

This win brings the Mid Cities Jr. Stars’ record to (14-5-1-0).

The Jr. Stars defeat the Drillers 4-2

The Mid Cities Jr. Stars' offense had a big night, peppering the Louisiana Drillers with 31 shots throughout the game. The Mid Cities Jr. Stars took the lead before the halfway point in the second on a goal from Matt Hutton.

In the first, Hutton opened the scoring for the Jr. Stars with a goal at 12:17 with assists from his teammates Koehn and Nosov. Matthews netted a goal at 16:05 with helpers from his linemates, Schulz and Hutton.

During the second, Hutton put in what turned out to be the game winning goal at 11:08 with assists from Sheridan and Harrison. Vukasin finally put Louisiana on the board with a goal at 16:25 with a helper from defenseman Smith.

In the third period, Wotta deposited a goal at 6:18 with assists from Morgan and Morgan. Brain answered for Mid Cities with a goal at 13:38 with helpers from Nick and Hutton.

The Jr. Stars’ victory was in no doubt helped out by Ange as he stopped 19 of the 21 shots he faced. Ange’s counterpart, Varricchio, also had a big night, managing to stop 27 of 31, but ultimately fell short.

This win brings the Mid Cities Jr. Stars’ record to (13-5-1-0).

The Jr. Stars shutout the Spirit 7-0

The Mid Cities Jr. Stars' offense had a big night, peppering the College Station Spirit with 66 shots throughout the game, to go along with Matthew Lenz's shutout. The Mid Cities Jr. Stars took the lead before the halfway point in the first on a goal from Matt Hutton and never looked back.

Matt Hutton delivered for his team with 3 points (2 goals, 1 assist) and Matt Greco did his part, adding 2 goals.

In the first period, Hutton opened the scoring for the Jr. Stars with what turned out to be the game winning goal at 11:50 with helpers from his linemates, Sheridan and Koehn. Speights deposited a goal at 15:33 with an assist from Sheridan.

During the second, Kesling netted a goal at 12:07 with helpers from his linemates, Sheridan and Speights. Greco quickly followed with a goal at 12:53 with assists from his linemates, Koehn and Schulz.

In the third, Smith put in a goal at 2:36 with a helper from his teammate Hutton. Hutton quickly followed with a goal at 2:54 with assists from Smith and Fugger. Greco quickly followed with a goal at 3:57 with helpers from his linemates, Brain and Schulz.

The Jr. Stars’ victory was in no doubt helped out by Lenz’s shutout, as he stopped all 18 of the shots he faced. Lenz’s counterpart, O’toole, also had a big night, managing to stop 59 of 66, but ultimately fell short.

This win brings the Mid Cities Jr. Stars’ record to (11-5-1-0).

The Jr. Stars shutout the Spirit 6-0

The Mid Cities Jr. Stars' offense had a big night, peppering the College Station Spirit with 56 shots throughout the game, to go along with Jake Ange's shutout. The Mid Cities Jr. Stars took the lead early in the first on a goal from Mason Martin and never looked back.

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

During the first, Martin opened the scoring for the Jr. Stars with what turned out to be the game winning goal at 3:01 with a helper from his teammate Kesling.

In the second, Simpson put in a goal at 5:29 with helpers from his linemates, Kesling and Speights. Sheridan deposited a goal at 9:29 with assists from his linemates, Smith and Martin. Schulz quickly followed with a goal at 11:10 with helpers from Simpson and Harrison.

During the third period, Hutton put in a goal at 17:38 with assists from Speights and Fugger. Speights quickly followed with a goal at 18:38 with helpers from his linemates, Sheridan and Brain.

The Jr. Stars’ victory was in no doubt helped out by Ange’s shutout, as he stopped all 10 of the shots he faced. Ange’s counterpart, Pehrson, also had a big night, managing to stop 50 of 56, but ultimately fell short.

This win brings the Mid Cities Jr. Stars’ record to (10-5-1-0).

The Jr. Stars fall to the Brahmas 3-1

In the first period, Ireland opened the scoring for Texas with a goal at 15:05 with assists from his linemates, Norris and Tiedemann. Sykes deposited what turned out to be the game winning goal at 17:30 with helpers from his teammates Shimamoto and Bickford.

In the second, Linna finally put the Jr. Stars on the board with a goal at 3:16 with assists from Nosov and Koehn.

In the third, Trazzera answered for Texas with a goal at 18:46.

This loss brings the Mid Cities Jr. Stars’ record to (9-5-0-0).

The Jr. Stars shutout the Drillers 4-0

Jake Ange posted a shutout, stopping all 24 of the Louisiana Drillers shots throughout the game. The Mid Cities Jr. Stars took the lead late in the first on a goal from Riley Smith and never looked back.

Dalton Caesar had no trouble finding the scoresheet, adding 2 points (1 goal, 1 assist).

In the first period, Smith opened the scoring for the Jr. Stars with what turned out to be the game winning goal at 16:41 with helpers from his teammates Caesar and Harrison.

During the second, Hutton deposited a goal at 3:50. Martin put in a goal at 12:46 with an assist from Kesling.

In the third, Caesar netted a goal at 5:39 with a helper from defenseman Nosov.

Mid Cities’ victory was in no doubt helped out by Ange’s shutout, as he stopped all 24 of the shots he faced. Ange’s counterpart, Kazoleas, also had a big night, managing to stop 37 of 41, but ultimately fell short.

This win brings the Mid Cities Jr. Stars’ record to (9-4-0-0).