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The final weekend of November was the first full weekend of competition for Antigo area youth hockey teams, with a mix of results

BANTAMS (14U)

The Antigo/Everest co-op Bantam team played a pair of games Sunday in Altoona, taking on Eau Claire's Bantam “C” team, and scored two wins, coming by counts of 7-2 and 6-0.

Game one saw Antigo/Everest break open a 2-1 game with a four goal second period. Kole Ress notched two goals in the frame and assisted on another score from Wyatt Monyok. Keaton Oettinger recorded the remaining second period score as Antigo/Everest took a 6-2 lead into the third.

Nolan Elgersma found the back of the net in the third, assisted by Ress, who finished with a game high four points, coming on two goals and a pair of assists. Nolan Bunnell got the start in goal and had a solid game, making 29 saves to preserve the win.

Game two was another big performance from Bunnell, as he notched the shutout in the 6-0 final.

Elgersma tallied a pair of goals and an assist for a three point game. John Freidel, Ress, Carson Oertel, and Oettinger added the remaining scores in the victory.

PEE WEES (12U)

Antigo's 12U, Pee Wee team opened its schedule with two games in Eagle River Sunday.

It was a rough start for the Pee Wees, dropping both by scores of 10-0 and 17-4.

Antigo was out shot 39-13 for the game, with Dylan Matuszewski making 29 saves in goal for the Jr. Robins.

Emily Bill and Cole Martin both tallied hat tricks for Eagle River in the win.

Game two saw Antigo record the game's initial goal, and its first of the season. Owen Dickman lit the lamp just one minute and 33 seconds into the game for the 1-0 advantage. It was a lead that would not hold, as Eagle River peppered Matuszewski with 54 shots in the game.

It was an admirable performance for the first time netminder, with another 37 saves, giving him 66 on the day.

Dickman added another two goals in the loss, ending his day with a hat trick. Jack Siegman assisted on one of Dickman's goals, with Collin Tiedemann adding the remaining Jr. Robins goal, assisted by Carson Rhode and Ian Brittenham.

SQUIRTS

It was a successful weekend for the Antigo Squirt team (10U), taking on Eagle River's “B” team and rolling to wins by scores of 8-1 and 14-1.

The day's opening contest in the Eagle River Dome, saw Antigo fall behind after a goal by the home team just 43 seconds in.

The lead would be short-lived, with Liam Burt finding the back of the net twice in the first, giving the Squirts a one-goal advantage heading into the second.

Antigo then preceded to break the game wide-open courtesy of the stick of Cade Tiedemann, who tallied the next three goals for a natural hat trick and a 5-1 lead.

Carson Rhode made it 6-1 with an unassisted goal less than one minute later, and Burt finished off his own hat trick with two goals in the third in the 8-1 final.

Ved Patel started in goal and stopped four of the five shots he saw for the win.

Game two saw the Jr. Robins score early and often in the 14-1 rout.

Tiedemann and Rhode both had huge games, Rhode nailed down a double hat trick with six goals, and a single assist for a seven point total. Tiedemann nailed down four goals and two assists for six point outing.

Richie Veriha added two goals in the win, with Burt and Ethan Novy also scoring for Antigo.

Patel faced only three shots in the game, with the Jr. Robins holding a 25-3 advantage in shots on goal.
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First full weekend of action for AAYHA includes mixed results
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The final weekend of November was the first full weekend of competition for Antigo area youth hockey teams, with a mix of results

BANTAMS (14U)

The Antigo/Everest co-op Bantam team played a pair of games Sunday in Altoona, taking on Eau Claire's Bantam “C” team, and scored two wins, coming by counts of 7-2 and 6-0.

Game one saw Antigo/Everest break open a 2-1 game with a four goal second period. Kole Ress notched two goals in the frame and assisted on another score from Wyatt Monyok. Keaton Oettinger recorded the remaining second period score as Antigo/Everest took a 6-2 lead into the third.

Nolan Elgersma found the back of the net in the third, assisted by Ress, who finished with a game high four points, coming on two goals and a pair of assists. Nolan Bunnell got the start in goal and had a solid game, making 29 saves to preserve the win.

Game two was another big performance from Bunnell, as he notched the shutout in the 6-0 final.

Elgersma tallied a pair of goals and an assist for a three point game. John Freidel, Ress, Carson Oertel, and Oettinger added the remaining scores in the victory.

PEE WEES (12U)

Antigo's 12U, Pee Wee team opened its schedule with two games in Eagle River Sunday.

It was a rough start for the Pee Wees, dropping both by scores of 10-0 and 17-4.

Antigo was out shot 39-13 for the game, with Dylan Matuszewski making 29 saves in goal for the Jr. Robins.

Emily Bill and Cole Martin both tallied hat tricks for Eagle River in the win.

Game two saw Antigo record the game's initial goal, and its first of the season. Owen Dickman lit the lamp just one minute and 33 seconds into the game for the 1-0 advantage. It was a lead that would not hold, as Eagle River peppered Matuszewski with 54 shots in the game.

It was an admirable performance for the first time netminder, with another 37 saves, giving him 66 on the day.

Dickman added another two goals in the loss, ending his day with a hat trick. Jack Siegman assisted on one of Dickman's goals, with Collin Tiedemann adding the remaining Jr. Robins goal, assisted by Carson Rhode and Ian Brittenham.

SQUIRTS

It was a successful weekend for the Antigo Squirt team (10U), taking on Eagle River's “B” team and rolling to wins by scores of 8-1 and 14-1.

The day's opening contest in the Eagle River Dome, saw Antigo fall behind after a goal by the home team just 43 seconds in.

The lead would be short-lived, with Liam Burt finding the back of the net twice in the first, giving the Squirts a one-goal advantage heading into the second.

Antigo then preceded to break the game wide-open courtesy of the stick of Cade Tiedemann, who tallied the next three goals for a natural hat trick and a 5-1 lead.

Carson Rhode made it 6-1 with an unassisted goal less than one minute later, and Burt finished off his own hat trick with two goals in the third in the 8-1 final.

Ved Patel started in goal and stopped four of the five shots he saw for the win.

Game two saw the Jr. Robins score early and often in the 14-1 rout.

Tiedemann and Rhode both had huge games, Rhode nailed down a double hat trick with six goals, and a single assist for a seven point total. Tiedemann nailed down four goals and two assists for six point outing.

Richie Veriha added two goals in the win, with Burt and Ethan Novy also scoring for Antigo.

Patel faced only three shots in the game, with the Jr. Robins holding a 25-3 advantage in shots on goal.
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