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It was a successful weekend on the ice for Antigo Area Youth Hockey teams, who combined for seven wins in eight contests.

BANTAMS (14U)

The Antigo/Everest combined Bantams team took to the ice Saturday for two games at Marathon Park against the Wausau “B” team, and scored wins of 3-1 and 6-0.

The opening contest saw Antigo/Everest break open a 1-1 game with two third period goals to claim the win. Zack Roth and Noah Stachovak recorded the decisive goals.

Landon Nelson opened the scoring for Antigo/Everest with an unassisted score midway through the opening period.

Garrett Gelhaus got the start in goal, and stopped 17 of 18 Wausau shots for the win.

Game two was all Antigo/Everest, as Nolan Bunnell was 12-for-12 in save opportunities in net to record the shutout.

Following a scoreless first period, the Antigo/Everest Bantams took control with goals from Keaton Oettinger and Stachovak. Bransyn Budnik, Stachovak, Oettinger, and Roth added third period goals to ice the victory.

Stachovak assisted on two goals to give him a four point game.

PEE WEES (12U)

Antigo's Pee Wee team was in Rhinelander Sunday for two games with the Hodags, and despite playing extremely short handed for one of the contests, came away with a victory.

Game one saw Antigo with just six skaters available, plus goaltender Dylan Matuszewski, facing a Rhinelander team which stood three lines deep.

Despite the long odds, and finding itself in a 4-2 hole after the first period of play, the Jr. Robins dug deep and found the offense, ending the game 9-6 winners.

Owen Dickman exploded for a huge eight point game, scoring four goals and adding four assists. Trenton Walbeck tallied a goal and two assists for three points, while Collin Tiedemann and Jack Siegman each scored twice.

Matuszewski recorded 23 saves in goal, with shots even for the game at 29.

The Jr. Robins were up to a three man bench for game two, but the energy exhausted in the game one victory was evident, as a 3-0 second period lead slipped away in a 6-3 loss.

Dickman scored two unassisted goals to again lead Antigo, with Brycen Pownell providing the other score, also unassisted. Gavin Denis tallied a hat trick to lead Rhinelander.

Matuszewski was busy, stopping 37 Rhinelander shots, as the Hodags held a 43-30 advantage in shots on goal.

SQUIRTS (10U)

The Antigo Squirt team was the busiest, with four games on its schedule. Those contests were a success, as the Squirts remained unbeaten on the season with four wins.

Wisconsin Rapids “B” team was the opposition at the Multi-Purpose Building Saturday, and the Jr. Robins rolled to 7-3 and 6-2 wins.

The day's opening contest was highlighted by a three point performance by Cade Tiedemann, coming on two goals and an assist. Liam Burt scored twice, with Ethan Novy, Carson Rhode, and Parker Chaney all contributing goals to the winning effort.

Walker Bender came up big in goal, stopping 27 of 30 Rapids' shots to preserve the victory.

Bender was again the goaltender for the second matchup, and while not needing to stop as many shots, was still solid with 12 saves in the 6-2 final.

The game was tied after one at a goal apiece, with Tiedemann providing the Antigo score.

Momentum quickly turned in Antigo's favor in the second with four goals, two from Graylin Mattson, and one each from Novy and Chaney.

Chaney added a third period goal to finish off the scoring, while Burt provided two assists.

Sunday, the Squirt joined their Pee Wee counterparts for a pair of games in Rhinelander. Taking on the Hodags' “B” squad it was again all Jr. Robins in 6-2 and 10-2 victories.

Richie Veriha took a turn in net and made a total of 25 saves in the two wins.

Game one was tight until a five goal explosion from Antigo in the third period. Rhode recorded a natural hat trick with three goals in the frame, while Tiedemann added two, and combined with his second period goal also gave him a hat trick for the game.

Tiedemann added an assist to end with a game high four points.

The final game of the weekend for the Squirts saw Tiedemann continued his scoring flurry with three unassisted goals, while Rhode netted two scores.

Burt found the back of the net twice, with Alex Brittenham scoring as well. Novy and Austin Martinson both recorded a goal and an assist.
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AAYHA teams all score weekend wins, Squirts stay undefeated with sweeps
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It was a successful weekend on the ice for Antigo Area Youth Hockey teams, who combined for seven wins in eight contests.

BANTAMS (14U)

The Antigo/Everest combined Bantams team took to the ice Saturday for two games at Marathon Park against the Wausau “B” team, and scored wins of 3-1 and 6-0.

The opening contest saw Antigo/Everest break open a 1-1 game with two third period goals to claim the win. Zack Roth and Noah Stachovak recorded the decisive goals.

Landon Nelson opened the scoring for Antigo/Everest with an unassisted score midway through the opening period.

Garrett Gelhaus got the start in goal, and stopped 17 of 18 Wausau shots for the win.

Game two was all Antigo/Everest, as Nolan Bunnell was 12-for-12 in save opportunities in net to record the shutout.

Following a scoreless first period, the Antigo/Everest Bantams took control with goals from Keaton Oettinger and Stachovak. Bransyn Budnik, Stachovak, Oettinger, and Roth added third period goals to ice the victory.

Stachovak assisted on two goals to give him a four point game.

PEE WEES (12U)

Antigo's Pee Wee team was in Rhinelander Sunday for two games with the Hodags, and despite playing extremely short handed for one of the contests, came away with a victory.

Game one saw Antigo with just six skaters available, plus goaltender Dylan Matuszewski, facing a Rhinelander team which stood three lines deep.

Despite the long odds, and finding itself in a 4-2 hole after the first period of play, the Jr. Robins dug deep and found the offense, ending the game 9-6 winners.

Owen Dickman exploded for a huge eight point game, scoring four goals and adding four assists. Trenton Walbeck tallied a goal and two assists for three points, while Collin Tiedemann and Jack Siegman each scored twice.

Matuszewski recorded 23 saves in goal, with shots even for the game at 29.

The Jr. Robins were up to a three man bench for game two, but the energy exhausted in the game one victory was evident, as a 3-0 second period lead slipped away in a 6-3 loss.

Dickman scored two unassisted goals to again lead Antigo, with Brycen Pownell providing the other score, also unassisted. Gavin Denis tallied a hat trick to lead Rhinelander.

Matuszewski was busy, stopping 37 Rhinelander shots, as the Hodags held a 43-30 advantage in shots on goal.

SQUIRTS (10U)

The Antigo Squirt team was the busiest, with four games on its schedule. Those contests were a success, as the Squirts remained unbeaten on the season with four wins.

Wisconsin Rapids “B” team was the opposition at the Multi-Purpose Building Saturday, and the Jr. Robins rolled to 7-3 and 6-2 wins.

The day's opening contest was highlighted by a three point performance by Cade Tiedemann, coming on two goals and an assist. Liam Burt scored twice, with Ethan Novy, Carson Rhode, and Parker Chaney all contributing goals to the winning effort.

Walker Bender came up big in goal, stopping 27 of 30 Rapids' shots to preserve the victory.

Bender was again the goaltender for the second matchup, and while not needing to stop as many shots, was still solid with 12 saves in the 6-2 final.

The game was tied after one at a goal apiece, with Tiedemann providing the Antigo score.

Momentum quickly turned in Antigo's favor in the second with four goals, two from Graylin Mattson, and one each from Novy and Chaney.

Chaney added a third period goal to finish off the scoring, while Burt provided two assists.

Sunday, the Squirt joined their Pee Wee counterparts for a pair of games in Rhinelander. Taking on the Hodags' “B” squad it was again all Jr. Robins in 6-2 and 10-2 victories.

Richie Veriha took a turn in net and made a total of 25 saves in the two wins.

Game one was tight until a five goal explosion from Antigo in the third period. Rhode recorded a natural hat trick with three goals in the frame, while Tiedemann added two, and combined with his second period goal also gave him a hat trick for the game.

Tiedemann added an assist to end with a game high four points.

The final game of the weekend for the Squirts saw Tiedemann continued his scoring flurry with three unassisted goals, while Rhode netted two scores.

Burt found the back of the net twice, with Alex Brittenham scoring as well. Novy and Austin Martinson both recorded a goal and an assist.
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