Krampf scores game-winner for Saints in double overtime

Ian Krampf tallied four goals and an assist, including the game-winner in the second overtime period, to give St. Mary’s a 9-8 victory over St. Paul’s on Tuesday.

Garrett Nilsen added three goals, Jack Burnett had two goals and three assists, King Ripley and Alex Wicks each handed out an assist and Aleric Fyock made 16 saves for St. Mary’s (10-4).

SOUTHERN 15, NORTH COUNTY 1: Nate Raymond had three goals and three assists, Logan Clingerman had three goals and two assists and Tyler Woodfield had three goals and one assist as the Bulldogs won on the road. Collin Fleming had two goals and one assist for the Bulldogs (6-7) and Colin Phipps had one goal and two assists. Noah Bowen and Andy Dolan had one goal and one assist each. Tucker Fanzo also scored and Micah Libertore had an assist. Hunter Anderson (11) and Ryan Fleming (2) combined for 13 saves. The Knights fell to 5-7.

KEY 16, PALLOTTI 12: Michael Haldeman finished with six goals and three assists and Hudson Smith added five goals and two assists to lead the Obezags. Graham Wood added contributed three goals and two

assists, Jacob Greene had two goals and two assists and Dylan Smith had three assists. Owen Fleming made eight saves for Key (7-5).

INDIAN CREEK 12, CHAPELGATE 4: Sammy Carter scored five goals and added two assists and Langston Sheppard had three goals and three assists for the Eagles. Michael Troese had two goals, two assists and scopped 13 ground balls, Jonah Amin had a goal and three assists and Bryce Akers had a goal for Indian Creek (8-5). Sheldon Millison was 12 for 17 on faceoffs and Shaun Gerety made 10 saves for the Eagles.

NORTHEAST 16, NORTH HARFORD 11: Ryan Nappier scored scored six goals and assisted on another and Tanner Bishop added four goals and three assists in the Eagles’ victory on Monday. Nathan Wilkes added three goals and two assists, Bennett Diaz scored a pair of goals and Riley Pitt scored a goal for the Eagles. Pat Martinek stopped 13 shots for Northeast (4-7).

AACS 17, BETH T’FILOH 14: John Gage Collier had nine goals and two assists and Jay Jenkins had three goals and one assist as the Eagles knocked off visiting Beth T’Filoh. Ben Sturgell had two goals for AACS (11-2), which evened the Warriors at 11-1 in MIAA C Conference play. Mason Fortlage, Brian Hulsey and Lucas Williams each scored once. Jeremiah Taylor, Joey Dixon, Kyle Coogan, Tyler Beck and Anthony Coppola each had one assist. Dixon and Coppola each recorded six ground balls as AACS held a 31-14 advantage in that area. Cole Vazquez made six saves.

BROADNECK 18, CHESAPEAKE 6: Brian Schwob had three goals and three assists and Keegan Houser added three goals and two assists as the Bruins defeated the Cougars. Sebastian Radovich and Carter Hall each had two goals and an assist, Connor Frederick had two goals, hayden Gourley netted a goal and three assists, Vinny Facciponti and Peter Zercoe had a goal and an assist apiece, Dan Shea, Casey Domanski and Parker Griffey had a goal, West Palarski handed out two assists, Ben McGrady made five saves and Brandon Hall stopped two shots for Broadneck (8-4).

Dylan Wolfe led the Cougars (7-6) with four goals. Garrett Summers made 24 saves. Thomas Bullen and Mathew Rogers also scored and Max Fletcher and Ethan Rivera had assists.

WESTMINSTER 16, KENT ISLAND 12: Brandon Galloway scored seven goals and Sean Mooney added five goals and three assists, but the Buccaneers (8-2) fell.

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