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#1 Dimond, #2 South will play for CIC Championship; Turnagain Trail winners

IT TOOK TWO OVERTIME PERIODS, BUT NUMBER ONE SEEDED DIMOND ADVANCED TO THE COOK INLET CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME WITH A 3-2 WIN OVER EAGLE RIVER LAST NIGHT AT THE BEN BOEKE ARENA. TEAGUE PORTER GOT THE GAME-WINNER FOR THE LYNX.

THE WOLVES TOOK A TWO TO NOTHING LEAD AFTER ONE PERIOD ON GOALS BY JOSEPH RADIFF AND DYLAN BENDER, BUT THE LYNX BATTLED BACK WITH TALLIES BY TYLER CHRISTIANSEN AND JACK DOLAN AFTER TWO.

PORTER’S GOAL CAME WITH 2:31 TO GO IN THE SECOND OVERTIME PERIOD.

LYNX GOALTENDER GAGE GUAY MADE 13 SAVES FOR THE WIN. WOLVES NETMINDER OLIN KELLEHER WAS MUCH BUSIER, STOPPING 40 LYNX SHOTS.

DIMOND WILL TAKE ON SECOND SEED SOUTH TOMORROW NIGHT FOR THE TITLE.

EAGLE RIVER WILL PLAY AGAIN TONIGHT AT 6:30 IN THE THIRD PLACE GAME AGAINST SERVICE.

TONIGHT AND TOMORROW NIGHT’S GAMES CAN BE HEARD ON CBS SPORTS 590 AM AND 96.7 FM KHAR.

 

 

LARS ARNESON AND CLAIR RHODES SET THE PACE YESTERDAY, AS THE ANNUAL TURNAGAIN ARM TRAIL RUN RETURNED AFTER A ONE YEAR HIATUS.

ARNESON TOURED THE NEW 8 MILE COURSE IN 42 MINUTES AND 5 SECONDS TO TAKE THE MEN’S DIVISION AND OVERALL TITLE. TRACEN KNOPP WAS SECOND, FOLLOWED BY CHAD TRAMMEL.

RHODES MADE THE JAUNT IN 48 MINUTES AND 45 SECONDS, FOLLOWED BY TAYLOR OSTRANDER AND KENDRA PASKVAN.

THE WOMEN’S 4 MILE RACE WAS WON BY JESSICA VETSCH IN 24 MINUTES AND 29 SECONDS.

FOR THE MEN, LOGAN CUDDY’S 24:15 WAS GOOD ENOUGH FOR THE WIN.



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