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Shorthanded goal boosts Mayo

12/10/2011, 11:00pm CST
By Nate Olsen, Special to the MN Hockey Hub

Senior defenseman Jack Dingle scores winner in third period against Mankato West

Rochester Mayo senior defenseman Jack Dingle’s shorthanded goal 3 minutes, 23 seconds into the third period proved to be the game winner as the Spartans beat Mankato West 4-2 in a Big 9 Conference matchup on Thursday, Dec. 8, at Graham Arena in Rochester.

The Scarlets (2-2-1) were looking to even the game late, but Rochester Mayo forward Ryan Martin had other plans. Martin beat Mankato West netminder Zach Fox after a nice feed from Adam Alcott to put the Spartans (2-1-0) ahead 4-2 with 43 second remaining.

Each team scored twice during a 3:08 span in the first period. Tyler Resner and Zach Erickson were the Mankato West goal scorers. Steve Serratore and Alcott answered for Rochester Mayo.

After a scoreless second period, Dingle’s unassisted goal put the Spartans in control

“We really need to do a better job on the power play,” Mankato West junior defenseman Billy Bigham said.

The Scarlets went 0-for-8 on the power play against the Spartans and are is 3-for-29 for the season, clicking at only 10.3 percent.

Zach Fox made 26 saves for the Scarlets, while Michael DeBusman had 11 for Rochester Mayo.
 

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