Creek Falls to Lake in Hard Fought OT Thriller and Takes Second Place in 24th Annual Frozen Creek

Your Battling Beavers played a tough Flyers team from Lake HS in the Frozen Creek championship match Sunday, 29 November.  All fans were on the edge of their seats during this contest as the teams were evenly matched throughout the game.  Junior Ben Duford was the Beaver goaltender and held Lake in check most of the game.

Lake HS got on the board with an early first period goal, but the Beavers held them scoreless until the third period.  Creek evened up the score in the second period when Sophomore Owen Huff drilled the puck into the net with an unassisted goal at 8:07 left in the second period.  The Beavers went up on Lake midway through the third period on a top shelf zinger from Junior Thomas Bush.  The Flyers evened the score late in the third to force overtime. 

Creek started the overtime period with a man disadvantage due to a penalty and were unable to stop the tough Lake offense.  The Flyers scored on the power play to become the 24th annual Frozen Creek Champions.

This was an exciting game to watch and both teams can hold their heads high after this titanic struggle.  Well done Creek!

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Creek Wins 13-1 over Mason in Second Game of Frozen Creek

Beavercreek downed the Mason Comets Saturday Morning behind hat tricks from senior captains Joe Bordas and Braden Cox.  Braden becomes the first Beaver defensemen to record a hat trick.  The remaining seven goals were sprinkled among four other Beavers. 

The first period opened with an unassisted goal from Sophomore Riley Hanson.  It was followed by two goals from Joe Bordas, one assisted from Joey Donahue and Hanson and one unassisted.  The period drew to a close with a goal from Junior Thomas Bush assisted by Sophomore Owen Huff. 

The second period saw seven Beaver goals hit the back of the net from five different players (one from Bordas, Bush, and Hanson and two each from the Cox Brothers, Braden and Carson).  Ethan Webb, Makayla Smith, Riley Hanson, Alex Elsner, and Joey Donahue assisted on those goals.

The third period opened up with a goal from Sophomore Joey Donahue off assists from Bush and Elsner.  The last goal of the game came off the stick of Braden Cox assisted from Hanson and Bush.  Freshman Ian Champagne and Ben Duford split time between the pipes in the Beaver victory. 

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