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Dickinson High Midgets boys hockey shuts out Williston

WILLISTON -- The Dickinson High boys hockey team picked up a lopsided win Saturday, besting Williston 7-0. Dickinson junior Jerzy Martin scored a hat trick for the Midgets, and senior Michael McChesney and freshman Ryan Bren each scored two goals...

WILLISTON - The Dickinson High boys hockey team picked up a lopsided win Saturday, besting Williston 7-0.

Dickinson junior Jerzy Martin scored a hat trick for the Midgets, and senior Michael McChesney and freshman Ryan Bren each scored two goals.

Junior goaltender Greg Haataja stopped 13 shots in the shutout victory.

“We kept pucks away from our net and swarmed their net,” Dickinson head coach Dallas Kuntz said. “Their goalie is one of the best in the state, and we made sure our opportunities were quality.”

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Dickinson 7, Williston 0

D124–7

W000–0

FIRST PERIOD: 1, D, Ryan Bren (Jerzy Martin) 1:44.

SECOND PERIOD: 1, D, Martin (Matthew Tessier) 14:19. 2, D, Michael McChesney (Martin) 3:40.

THIRD PERIOD: 1, D, Martin ( McChesney, Kaymen Kitchen) 13:45. 2, D, Bren, 9:41. 3, D, Martin, 9:19. 4, McChesney (Bren) 5:49.

SAVES: D, Greg Haataja 4-5-4–13. W, Camden Haugenoe 12-9-5–26. W, Tate Ferrell 0-0-3–3.

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