Boys’ hockey starts their season
Sartell boys’ hockey started their season this past weekend with two games at Bernicks Arena in Sartell.
Their first game was on Friday, November 30th. The boys played Crookston where they pulled off the win with a final score of 6-1. Michael Webster (sophomore) was the only scorer in the first period. In the second period Jack Henneman (senior), Brock Boerger (senior), and Austin Adelman (senior) all hit the net in the back of the second period. In the third period, Jack Henneman scored again, and Maddux Hagy (senior) scored his first goal of the season. The goalie Cole Bright (senior) also had a good game making 16 out of 17 saves.
The Sabres played not even 24 hours later against Warroad. The Sabres scored first in the first period, with Connor Kalthofff (senior) finding the back of the net. The game went on without any goals from the rest of the first period and the entire second period. It was not until the third period when Warroad knocked in two goals to take the lead over the Sabres. With less than five minutes left in the game, Connor Hacker (sophomore) scored to tie it up. With 56 seconds to go Jack Henneman scored to put the Sabres in the lead. At the faceoff, Warroad one the puck and scored bringing the game into overtime. Warroad then found the net in overtime to win the game 4-3.
On Tuesday, December 5th, the boys came through the tough game and conquered River Lakes. The first and the only scorer of the first period was Cameron Cromwell (senior) but the Stars managed to keep up a tough fight to not let any more goals in for the rest of the first period. During the second period, Michael Webster (sophomore) scored first. Both teams kept fighting for the entirety of the aggressive game. Then River Lakes scored next, but the Sabres reacted fast with Hayden Walters finding the back of the net. Next to score was Michael Webster and the following goal to put the game away was Cameron Cromwell. Devin Peterson (senior) only let in one goal and defended his goal with solid skills for the rest of the game.