Team Wireless wins two games

IRON?MOUNTAIN – Dickinson Amateur Hockey Association’s Team Wireless Peewee AA improved to 12-18-1 with two wins over the Sault St. Marie Jr. Lakers.

In the first game, Ian Anderson stopped 15 shots and Wireless won 6-1.

Braden Stannard had a hat trick, while Bubba Brule scored twice and Nick Sarri once. Reece Fortner had four assists. Jackson Andrews and Ethan Fox added one assist each.

In game two, Team Wireless won 2-0 with goals by Andrews and Sarri, along with an assist by Stannard.

Team Wireless outshot the Soo 23-17 in game two.

Iron Mountain takes a four-game win streak against Escanaba AA team this weekend.

… Dickinson Amateur Hockey Association’s 41 Lumbers PeeWees, despite a hat trick and two assists from Cody Gunville, bowed to Negaunee 7-6.

A 6-6 tie was broken with 9.2 seconds to go when a shot hit the pipe and fell in.

Brent Aman, Brandon Dishaw and Zach Seat also scored for 41 Lumber. Matt Berglund was in goal.

Zach Wood scored to start the second game, a 10-2 loss to Negaunee. Seat added the other goal.

DAHA 41 Lumber traveled to Calumet where the hosts rolled 9-0 and 9-2. Ben Rumpf tallied both goals, with Ricky Holstrom assisting on the second.

DAHA 41 Lumber travels to the Marinette “dome” for two games Sunday.

… Dickinson Amateur Hockey Association’s Bink’s Squirt AA split a pair of games with host Calumet, winning the opener 4-1 and losing the second 6-4.

Conn Davis picked up the win in goal.

Bink’s, 16-8-1 overall record, will play two games in Marquette Saturday and two against the Green Bay Gamblers at Mountain View Ice Arena Sunday.

Scoring summary follows: (goals, assists):

Carter Kreski (4, 0) Quinn Finley (2, 1) Tyler Bengtson (1, 1) Henry McRoberts (0, 2) Hunter Fortner (1, 0) Tony Kralovec (0, 1) Kobe Gordon (0, 1), Jack Perpich (0, 1).

.Dickinson Amateur Hockey Association’s Hospitalists Squirts participated in the regional playdowns, splitting games with Calumet (6-2 loss) and Iron River (4-3 win).

“The team anxiously awaits the results to determine if they qualify for district play in Ironwood,” team spokesman said.

Jacob Saari tended net both games and logged 51 saves earning team MVP honors.

Weekend scoring follows (goals-assists):

Elliot Peterson 3-0, Brett Ramme 1-1, Michael Peterson 1-0, Logan Brackett 1-0, Josh Price 0-2, Niko Burgoon 0-1.