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Pavek nets 7 goals, DHS handles Hazen-Beulah

HAZEN -- In the first regular season meeting between the Dickinson High and Hazen-Beulah boys hockey teams, the North Stars grabbed an overtime win. The Midgets didn't let the past recreate itself. Matt Pavek supplied seven goals to lead Dickinso...

Matt Pavek
Photo by Jarann Johnson / Beulah Beacon Dickinson senior forward Matt Pavek skates with the puck against Hazen-Beulah during a West Region game on Tuesday in Hazen. Pavek scored seven goals.

HAZEN - In the first regular season meeting between the Dickinson High and Hazen-Beulah boys hockey teams, the North Stars grabbed an overtime win.
The Midgets didn’t let the past recreate itself.
Matt Pavek supplied seven goals to lead Dickinson past Hazen-Beulah 13-4 on Tuesday. Pavek supplied a hat trick in the first period.
The win marked the first West Region victory since Dec. 6.
In eight shifts, Dickinson junior forward Michael McChesney had four assists and one goal.
Andrew Heckaman had three goals, while Tony Kostelecky and Collin Bren each supplied one.
Dickinson sophomore goalie Gabe Vaagen picked up the win with 15 saves.
Hazen-Beulah received goals from Devin Sardelli, Rory Olson, Jakob Parisien and Chase Oliger. Alec Schroetlin was tagged with the loss and made 34 saves.
The Midgets travel to West Region opponent Williston at 1:15 p.m. Saturday for the regular season finale.

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