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It was a busy weekend on the ice for both the Antigo Squirt and Bantam hockey teams.

The squirts hosted their annual home tournament and came away with a solid second place finish, while the Bantams played four contests, battling to a win, loss, and two ties.

SQUIRTS (10U)

The squirts opened play Saturday morning against Everest and came up on the short end of a 7-2 final.

Both Antigo goals came courtesy of Liam Burt, and each were unassisted. The first score came in the second period, but it came on the heels of a four goal first from the Flames. Burt tallied another score in the third.

Antigo was outshot 27-15 for the game, with Ved Patel making 20 saves in goal.

The Jr. Robins bounced back in their second contest later Saturday, edging the McDonalds squad from Michigan's Upper Peninsula 4-3.

McDonalds put up two of its three goals in the first period, with Cade Tiedemann answering for Antigo, as the Jr. Robins trailed 2-1 heading into the second.

The teams traded scores in the frame, with Burt notching Antigo's goal, making it a 3-2 contest after two.

Antigo completed its rallies with goals from Alex Brittenham and Tiedemann, the final coming with just over a minute remaining on the clock.

Patel was again in net, stopping 12 of 15 McDonalds shots to secure the victory.

Following an 11-0 trouncing of the Merrill “B” team Sunday, in which goaltender Walker Bender stopped the only Merrill shot of the game, earning a zero patch, and Patel scored his first goal of the year, Antigo advanced to the afternoon's championship game, a rematch with Everest.

The second time around with the Flames was much closer, but in the end it was not enough for the Antigo Squirts in a 6-4 loss.

The Jr. Robins did take the early lead in the contest, with Burt scoring, assisted by Ethan Novy midway through the opening period.

After Everest's Ethan Whitmore tied the game 90 seconds later, Antigo went back in front thanks to Novy's unassisted goal, and when Brittenham found the back of the net with just 30 seconds left in the first, Antigo held a 3-1 advantage.

After Everest scored early in the third, Tiedemann put the Jr. Robins back up two goals at 4-2 just over two minutes in, before the Flames rallied. A pair of goals coming just 19 seconds apart tied the game, and Cooper Baregi found what would be the game winner with just over six minutes to play.

Bender made 14 saves in the loss, as Antigo earned a second place finish.

BANTAMS (14U)

The Antigo/Everest co-op Bantams squad began its weekend with a pair of home games Saturday at the Greenheck Fieldhouse, taking on the Lakeland Hawks.

A three goal second period by Lakeland in the opener was simply too much to overcome for Antigo/Everest in a 4-1 defeat. Landon Nelson provided the Antigo/Everest scoring, assisted by Carson Oetel.

Nolan Bunnell was busy in goal, making 33 saves. He was slightly outdone by his counterpart, Lakeland's Max Masayesva, who stopped 34 of 35 Antigo/Everest shots.

The second game saw Antigo/Everest trailing 1-0 heading into the third, but tied the game just over a minute in thanks to Kole Ress, with Jack Hilger providing the assist.

Lakeland answered only 29 seconds later to go back up 2-1, and it stayed that way until Nelson's unassisted goal at the 10:41 mark tied things. Neither squad could find the back of the net in the closing minutes as the game finished deadlocked.

Garrett Gelhaus got the start in goal and made 33 saves, as Antigo/Everest was outshot 35-23.

A road trip to take on the Wausau “B” team on Sunday, ended with a win and a draw for the co-op Bantams.

Antigo/Everest exploded for six goals in the opener in a 6-1 final.

Six different skaters found the back of the net, with goals coming from John Freidel, Riley LeVeque, Nolan Elgersma, Wyatt Monyok, Noah Stachovak, and Ress.

Freidel, Ress, LeVeque, and Elgersma all added assists for two point games.

Bunnell stopped eight of nine Warjacks shots to secure the win.

The final game of the weekend for the Bantams saw them take a 2-1 lead into the third, thanks to second period goals from Monyok and Oertel.

However, Wausau tied the game three minutes and 44 seconds in, and the score held up in the 2-2 final.

Gelhaus was in goal and stopped 14 of 16 shots, but it was Wausau's Jake Furrer turning in an outstanding game with 35 saves on 37 Antigo/Everest shots.

All AAYHA teams will be home this weekend for the annual Hockey Days celebration.
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Squirts second at home tourney during youth hockey weekend
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It was a busy weekend on the ice for both the Antigo Squirt and Bantam hockey teams.

The squirts hosted their annual home tournament and came away with a solid second place finish, while the Bantams played four contests, battling to a win, loss, and two ties.

SQUIRTS (10U)

The squirts opened play Saturday morning against Everest and came up on the short end of a 7-2 final.

Both Antigo goals came courtesy of Liam Burt, and each were unassisted. The first score came in the second period, but it came on the heels of a four goal first from the Flames. Burt tallied another score in the third.

Antigo was outshot 27-15 for the game, with Ved Patel making 20 saves in goal.

The Jr. Robins bounced back in their second contest later Saturday, edging the McDonalds squad from Michigan's Upper Peninsula 4-3.

McDonalds put up two of its three goals in the first period, with Cade Tiedemann answering for Antigo, as the Jr. Robins trailed 2-1 heading into the second.

The teams traded scores in the frame, with Burt notching Antigo's goal, making it a 3-2 contest after two.

Antigo completed its rallies with goals from Alex Brittenham and Tiedemann, the final coming with just over a minute remaining on the clock.

Patel was again in net, stopping 12 of 15 McDonalds shots to secure the victory.

Following an 11-0 trouncing of the Merrill “B” team Sunday, in which goaltender Walker Bender stopped the only Merrill shot of the game, earning a zero patch, and Patel scored his first goal of the year, Antigo advanced to the afternoon's championship game, a rematch with Everest.

The second time around with the Flames was much closer, but in the end it was not enough for the Antigo Squirts in a 6-4 loss.

The Jr. Robins did take the early lead in the contest, with Burt scoring, assisted by Ethan Novy midway through the opening period.

After Everest's Ethan Whitmore tied the game 90 seconds later, Antigo went back in front thanks to Novy's unassisted goal, and when Brittenham found the back of the net with just 30 seconds left in the first, Antigo held a 3-1 advantage.

After Everest scored early in the third, Tiedemann put the Jr. Robins back up two goals at 4-2 just over two minutes in, before the Flames rallied. A pair of goals coming just 19 seconds apart tied the game, and Cooper Baregi found what would be the game winner with just over six minutes to play.

Bender made 14 saves in the loss, as Antigo earned a second place finish.

BANTAMS (14U)

The Antigo/Everest co-op Bantams squad began its weekend with a pair of home games Saturday at the Greenheck Fieldhouse, taking on the Lakeland Hawks.

A three goal second period by Lakeland in the opener was simply too much to overcome for Antigo/Everest in a 4-1 defeat. Landon Nelson provided the Antigo/Everest scoring, assisted by Carson Oetel.

Nolan Bunnell was busy in goal, making 33 saves. He was slightly outdone by his counterpart, Lakeland's Max Masayesva, who stopped 34 of 35 Antigo/Everest shots.

The second game saw Antigo/Everest trailing 1-0 heading into the third, but tied the game just over a minute in thanks to Kole Ress, with Jack Hilger providing the assist.

Lakeland answered only 29 seconds later to go back up 2-1, and it stayed that way until Nelson's unassisted goal at the 10:41 mark tied things. Neither squad could find the back of the net in the closing minutes as the game finished deadlocked.

Garrett Gelhaus got the start in goal and made 33 saves, as Antigo/Everest was outshot 35-23.

A road trip to take on the Wausau “B” team on Sunday, ended with a win and a draw for the co-op Bantams.

Antigo/Everest exploded for six goals in the opener in a 6-1 final.

Six different skaters found the back of the net, with goals coming from John Freidel, Riley LeVeque, Nolan Elgersma, Wyatt Monyok, Noah Stachovak, and Ress.

Freidel, Ress, LeVeque, and Elgersma all added assists for two point games.

Bunnell stopped eight of nine Warjacks shots to secure the win.

The final game of the weekend for the Bantams saw them take a 2-1 lead into the third, thanks to second period goals from Monyok and Oertel.

However, Wausau tied the game three minutes and 44 seconds in, and the score held up in the 2-2 final.

Gelhaus was in goal and stopped 14 of 16 shots, but it was Wausau's Jake Furrer turning in an outstanding game with 35 saves on 37 Antigo/Everest shots.

All AAYHA teams will be home this weekend for the annual Hockey Days celebration.
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