MOSINEE BOYS HOCKEY THUMPS TOMAHAWK


The 2021-22 Mosinee High School boys hockey team. (Submitted photo)

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MOSINEE – The Mosinee boys hockey team scored early and often as it rolled to a 9-2 win over Tomahawk in the first round of the Great Northern Conference tournament on Tuesday at the Mosinee Ice Arena.


Carter Daul scored four times, and Caden Schmirler had a goal and four assists for Mosinee, which is now 13-8 overall and 6-2 in the Great Northern Conference.


Ondrej Napravnik had two goals and two assists, and Tanner Fjedsted and Ethan Oatman each added goals for the Indians.


Mosinee hosts Madison Memorial for a nonconference game Saturday at 6 p.m.


Indians 9, Hatchets 2

Tomahawk 2 0 0 - 2

Mosinee 4 5 0 - 9

First period: T, Logan Seymour, 1:35; 2. M, Tanner Fjedsted, 5:52; 3. M, Carter Daul (Caden Schmirler), 7:14; 4. M, Daul (Ondrej Napravnik, Schmirler), 14:04; 5. T, Austin Lamer (Mitch Jimenez (Seymour), 15:08; 6. M, Napravnik (Schmirler), 15:49.

Second period: 7. M, Daul (Fjedted, Schmirler), 6:43; 8. M, Ethan Oatman (Grant Kuklinski, Jaeger Dhein), 8:32; 9. M, Schmirler (Daul, Napravnik), 9:32; 10. M, Daul, 11:34; 12. M, Napravnik, 15:33.

Saves: T, Trevor Seliskar 11, Patrick Samundsen 21; M, John Reede 15.

Records: Tomahawk 7-13, 2-6 Great Northern Conference; Mosinee 13-8, 6-2 Great Northern Conference.

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