North Iowa stymies Willmar WarHawks

Bulls reach double digits in win on Saturday

Holding a 53-20 advantage in shots on goal, North Iowa notched eight goals before Willmar got on the board as the Bulls secured an 11-1 victory Saturday in Mason City, Iowa.

The WarHawks’ lone goal came from Johnny Rowell, who scored for the first time this season at the 3-minute, 16-second mark. Caleb Brownell and Brandon Holt were each credited with assists on the play.

Willmar returns to action Friday at the Armadillo Deck Sports Arena in Sauk Rapids against Granite City.

Willmar 0 0 1 — 1
North Iowa 4 4 3 — 11
FIRST PERIOD – NI: Sota Isogai (Matt Dahlseide, Davis Smidt) 7:52 … NI: Austin McNeil (Lucas Wahlin, Jack Kubitz) 8:32 … NI: Nick Bowlin (Dahlseide, Isogai) 13:01 … NI: Wahlin (Nico Aguilera, McNeil) 14:05
SECOND PERIOD – NI: Jordan Roo (Jac Triemert, Harrison Stewart) 2:07 … NI: Campbell Cichosz 4:09 … NI: Triemert (Mason Enright, Stewart) 17:58 … NI: Isogai (Bowlin, Dahlseide) 19:26
THIRD PERIOD – W: Johnny Rowell (Caleb Brownell, Brandon Holt) 3:16 … NI: Roo (Carter Wagner, Evan Sivets) 8:17 … NI: McNeil (Aguilera, Cichosz) 10:47 … NI: McNeil (Wahlin, Cichosz) 16:03

GOALIE SAVES/SHOTS – W: Luke Weberg 29/37, Luc Haggitt 13/16 … NI: Joseph Daninger 19/20

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