Perrysburg goaltender Sam Yonker got the shutout and Jackson Baltzell scored a three-goal hat trick as the Yellow Jackets routed Anthony Wayne, 9-0, in a Northwest Hockey Conference game Friday at Bowling Green State University’s Slater Family Ice Arena.
In addition, Perrysburg’s Cody Schneider scored two goals and had four assists, reaching 200 career points.
The Yellow Jackets improve to 13-10-1 overall and 2-3 in the Red Division while AW falls to 8-15-1 and the Generals are winless in four divisional games.
For Perrysburg, Sam Bortz scored twice, and Alex Wilhelm and Taylor Kregel scored one goal apiece.
Ryan Butler had three assists, and Bortz, Wilhelm, Mackeane Hanely, Carter Schactce, Nick Callen, Cole Christen, and Caden Seiple had one assist apiece for the Yellow Jackets.
Findlay 5, Bowling Green 3
FINDLAY — Findlay scored two goals in each of the first two periods to defeat Bowling Green, 5-3, in a Northwest Hockey Conference Red Division game Friday at The Cube.
Ross Trankamp scored twice for the Trojans and Sam Swisher, Kallen Wetz, and Mason Greenewall scored one goal apiece.
Lammers had three assists, Wetz had two assists and A.J. Savage and Chris Eickholt had one assist each for Findlay. Findlay goaltender Seth Russell had 24 saves.
BG scored one goal in the first period, starting with a shot by forward Rhett Winger, assisted by defenseman Casey Moore, with 8:19 remaining in the first period.
In the second, forward Ethan Helvoigt scored on a power play, assisted by Winger and forward Tanner Amos with 11:46 remaining.
In the third, Amos scored a power play goal, assisted by defenseman Easton Schick and Helvoigt with 10:01 remaining in the game.
BG goalie Matthew Brinkman had 19 saves as the Trojans outshot the Bobcats 27-24. Still, BG coach Connor Rogowski felt his team outplayed the Trojans.
“Story of our season so far,” Rogowski said. “(We) outplay teams and make too many mistakes.”
Findlay improves to 13-9 overall and gets its first NHC Red Division win against three losses, while BG falls to 12-10-4 and 1-3.