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Leonardtown 6, St. Mary’s Ryken 0
Nick Pontorno scored three times to power the Raiders (8-5, 5-5 Southern Conference) to a shutout win over Ryken last Wednesday at the Capital Clubhouse in Waldorf.
Alec Guarnero had two goals and Jonathan Schroeder added a goal and an assist. Cullen Bonnel and Nick Wright each added one assist and goalie Joe Molina made 14 saves to record the shutout and improve to 7-0 on the season.
Three of Leonardtown’s goals were on the power play and one was shorthanded. Three goals were unassisted.
Taylor Rhodes stopped 14 of 20 shots in the goal for the Knights (5-8-1, 4-5-1).
Ryken 4, Thomas Stone 2
Anthony Fortescue and Nick Steele scored within 12 seconds of each other early in the second period to help the Knights double up Thomas Stone on Friday at the Capital Clubhouse in Waldorf.
With the game tied at 1, Fortescue scored a minute into the second period and Steele tallied a dozen seconds later to help Ryken snap a seven-game winless streak.
Ryken fired 20 shots on goal in the second period alone. Nathan Blondino and John Bouchard also scored for the Knights and Erik Rivenburgh, Evan Brennan, Patrick Bouchard and Sebastian Meizoso each added an assist. Rhodes stopped 11 of 13 shots in goal.
The Cougars (2-10, 1-9) received a goal each from Tyler Cassidy and Hunter Stempin and Tyler Fulginiti and Kristopher Algarin each notched an assist. Goalie Kira Maginnis made 25 saves, but Stone has lost its last five.
Northern 12, Leonardtown 6
Pontorno scored three times, but the visiting Raiders were doubled up Monday at Tucker Road Ice Rink in Fort Washington.
Guarnero added two gtoals and an assist and Bonnel chipped in with a goal and a helper. Wright added two assists and Eric Johnson and John Broich each had one assist.
Goalies Molina (13 saves) and Nathan Hanson (12) combined to make 25 saves in the Leonardtown goal.