SHULTS AUTO GROUP
Matt Reese of Hiller Tires takes a slap shot during a Shults Auto Group Adult Hockey League game at the Jamestown Savings Bank Arena recently. See additional photos at cu.post-journal.com.
P-J photo by Scott Reagle
Jason Mank had a hat trick and two assists as the Warren Eardocs beat the Summit Wealth Management, 7-4, at Jamestown Savings Bank Ice Arena.
Wes Kuzminski, Tim Whitacre and Mike Mitchell delivered the other Warren goals. Assists went to Wolf-Dieter Krahn, George Ciancio, Erik Carlson and Chris Derkovitz.
Don Nichols delivered two goals and an assist, and Dave Mabee and Gregg Kolstee each a goal in the loss. Goalie Joel Campaign and Fred Krywy added an assist.
Goalie Andrew Garvey got the win.
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Superior Tire/Northwest Savings Bank and the Lakewood Apothecary tied at 3-3.
Mike Johnson, Mike Englebert and Jon Zigler scored for Superior Tire while Englebert, Nate Mahaffey, Ben Farnham and Ryan Betts drew assists to support goalie Ron Andzelik.
Rhoe Henderson, Jeff Kresge and Greg Whitermore tallied for Lakewood with assists to Matt Finnerty and Tom Minarovich.
Matt Reese's three goals led Hiller Tire Service to a 6-6 deadlock with Harrow Sports.
Braiden Streed found the range twice and Todd Eklund once in the win.
Reese assisted twice as did Al Macovoy while one assist went to Ernest Lawson, Randy Daugharthy and Streed in the win.
For Harrow Sports, Ken Lawton and Jim Cirbus split four goals and Eric Greene and Derek Watkins had one. Ginny Greene picked up four assists, Cirbus two, and Greene and Derek Watkins one each.
John Melcher and Eric Martin scored twice, and Zach Narusewicz and Ryan Arnone once as El Greco dropped Pizza Express, 6-1.
Evan Morgan had three assists, Melcher and Narusewicz two each, and Arnone, Martin, Kevin Harvey and Craig Hinderleider one each in the victory,
Brad Barmore yielded an unassisted goal by Garrett Jones of Pizza Express.
A breakaway goal within the waning moments led to a heart-breaking 2-1 loss for Jamestown Junior Ironmen against host Southtown.
The game was tied at 1-1 when the winning goal came with just over a second left.
Andrew McCallum scored an unassisted goal in the first period for the Junior Ironmen.
Peyton Maxson made five saves for the Ironmen, who had 22 shots on goal.