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Central and West win on Day 2 of Top Prospects

February 18, 2014

Ryan Martin helped the Central team to their first win at Top Prospects.

In the second day of the NA3HL Top Prospects Tournament in Troy, Michigan, the Central team took on the South and the West played the East team. The tournament wraps-up on Wednesday.

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Central 6 vs. South 4 – Zack Johnson had a three-point night as the Central team defeated the South, 6-4. Andrew Scofield and Mitch Riese scored in the 1st period for Central, while Devin Fracassi scored for the South. Each team scored twice in the 2nd period as Toms Taurins and Johnson scored for the Central and Bo Gronseth and Kyle Shreve scored for South. The Central lead swelled to 6-3 in the 3rd period on goals from Aaron Storch and Ryan Martin. Tommy Stock scored a late goal for the South. Boxscore

West 9 vs. East 1 – The West broke a tight game open in the 3rd period on their way to a 9-1 win over the East. The West has now scored 20 goals in their two Top Prospects games. Calvin Miska had five points and Jace Childs and Jake Mullendore each had four points. Joe Anderson opened the scoring for he West with the only goal in the 1st period. Zach Armstrong tied the game early in the 2nd period for the East. After that it was all West. Miska and Childs scored in the 2nd period to make it 3-1. Miska scored twice more in the 3rd period to complete his hat-trick. Richie Marenis, along with Mullendore, Childs and Anderson also added 3rd period goals. Boxscore

 
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