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Raiders rally past Wolverines 6-4

Photo by Brian Basham/Detroit Lakes Tribune Wadena-Deer Creek forward Colter Pettit (11) battles with Detroit Lakes' Kirby Inderrieden (13) for a loose puck in the Wolverine zone during a Jan. 6 game in Detroit Lakes.

The Greenway Raiders scored four straight goals to erase a 3-2 WDC lead Friday night and posted a 6-4 victory over the Wolverines at the Expo Arena in Long Prairie.

Goals by Matthew Stone, David Najjar and Taylor Bienusa put the Wolverines on top late in the second period.

The Raiders then went on a four-goal tear as Eric Stefanich, Jayden Gangl, Zach Childs and Tyler Erickson found the net.

A late power play goal by Logan Meyer stopped the Greenway streak.

Greenway 1 2 3 - 6

WDC 1 2 1 - 4

First Period

WDC: Matthew Stone (Mitchell Swanson) 6:42

G: Tyler Erickson (Zach Childs, Broday Geisler) 9:09 PP

Second Period

WDC: David Najjar (Taylor Bienusa, Colter Pettit) 2:22 PP

G: Alex Troumbly (Eric Stefanich, Jayden Gangl) 4:39

WDC: Bienusa (David Najjar, Bridger Pettit) 14:11

G: Stefanich (Gangl) 14:55

Third Period

G: Gangl (Stefanich) 7:42 PP

G: Childs (unassisted) 10:46

G: Tyler Erickson (Geisler) 12:56

WDC: Logan Meyer (Swanson, C. Pettit) 16:06 PP


Erikur Arnason (G) 35; Dylan Isola (WDC) 31

Detroit Lakes 7, WDC 3

Andy Schrupp had a hat trick and the Lakers out-shot the Wolverines 44-21 in a Mid-State Conference hockey game Jan. 6 at Detroit Lakes.

Mitchell Swanson collected his first hat trick of the season for the Wolverines. David Najjar and Jake Krause both had a pair of assists.

WDC 0 1 2 - 3

DL 1 3 3 - 7

First Period

DL: Franktisek Jung (Nate Baker, Alex Mason) 10:10

Second Period

DL: Andy Schupp (Baker, Kirby Inderrieden) 2:28 PP

DL: Ethan Brekke (Schupp) 7:11 SH

DL: Schupp (unassisted) 9:58

WDC: Mitchell Swanson (David Najjar, Jake Krause) 11:36

Third Period

WDC: Swanson (Najjar, Krause) 1:27

DL: Schupp (Brekke) 10:41

DL: Mason (Jung) 12:16

WDC: Swanson (unassisted) 13:13

DL: Baker (unassisted) 14:26 SH


Dylan Isola (WDC) 37; Michael Brunner (DL) 18