Second Period Dooms Jays at WDA

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BISMARCK (NewsDakota.com) – Dickinson scored with 23 seconds left in the first period to tie the game at two and the wind seemed to come out of the sails of the Jamestown boys hockey team. After that goal, Dickinson dominated the second period with four goals to pick up a 6-2 win.

Jamestown took the lead on goals by Parker Stockert and Devin Hoffman twenty seconds apart midway through the first. Then, with the Jays trying to clear the zone in the final seconds of the period, Dawson Kram knocked in a rebound to tie the game.

Dickinson rolled in the second period with four goals to run their tally to five unanswered. The two teams played to a draw in the third.

Jamestown will play Williston at 11am on Friday morning in a loser out game. You can hear the action on ESPN Jamestown.


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