Class 2A 2012/13
Duluth East rips Wayzata, 7-3
The Wayzata Trojans had trouble finding ways to stop the Duluth East Greyhounds, which beat Trojans, 7-3.
Duluth East got the win with help from a great game by Phil Beaulieu, who had two goals and one assist. Beaulieu scored the first of his two goals at 16:02 into the first period to make the score 2-0 Duluth East. Wyatt Irwin picked up the assist. Beaulieu's next tally made the score 3-0 Duluth East with 18:12 left in the second period. Meirs Moore provided the assist.
The 29 shots that the Greyhounds put on net surpassed Duluth East's average of 17.0 shots per game this season. The Greyhounds outdid their season average for goals scored. This season, Duluth East averages 3.3 goals per contest. The Greyhounds' defensemen played an important role in the offense, chipping in three goals.
Duluth East additionally got points from Nick Altman, who also grabbed one goal and one assist, Alex Toscano, who also registered two goals and one assist, and Jack Forbort, who also tallied one goal and one assist. Alex Trapp also scored for Duluth East. In addition, Duluth East received assists from Ryan Lundgren, who had three and Brian Bunten, Jack Kolar, and Jack Kolar, who each chipped in one.
Wayzata put 21 shots on net during the contest, more than the 16.0 it averages per game.
The Trojans were helped by Jack Sorensen, who racked up one goal. Sorensen scored 8:01 into the second period to make the score 3-1 Duluth East. Chad Olson picked up the assist. Wayzata also got points from Akash Batra, who also had one goal and one assist and Olson, who also registered one goal and one assist. Other players who recorded assists for Wayzata were Jalen Wahl, who had one and Chandler Linstrand, who had two.
Dylan Parker took the win and made 16 saves before being replaced by Casen Sjerven who made two saves. Duluth East incurred 12 minutes in penalty time with six minors. Wayzata's starting goalie, Jens Vaughn Arens, made 13 saves and finished with the loss before he was taken out in favor of Aaron Dingman, who stopped nine shots. The Trojans incurred 12 minutes in penalty time with six minors.