Homestead Earns First Win Since October 25

Week 14- The Homestead Spartans beat the Fort Wayne Vipers 2-1 to get their second win in FWAHA play. Connor Gould was in the net for the Spartans, where he faced 26 shots, making 25 saves. Brody Rosswurm was the netminder for the Vipers, and he made 21 saves. 

First Period

Michael Scully took the first penalty of the game, an interference. Homestead would strike first on the power play at 12:16 as Henry Loxton scored on Rosswurm’s blocker side with Danny Martinsky assisting. Vipers’ Dominick Gardt went off for tripping at 10:34. Mason Gutmann was penalized for slashing at 9:33. Jackson Bertels got a holding penalty at 7:18. At 1:22, Cam Hurley extended the lead for the Spartans as he shot the puck from the top of the circle. Henry Loxton took a hook at the end of the first. 

Second Period

Jackson Bertels would get a 10 and 2 for head contact at 12:09. Simon Watson would follow with a 10 and 2 for head contact at 10:03. At 9:16, Mason Johnson went off for a hook. Then, with 51.2 seconds left in the second, Cole Strick would get a 10 and 2 for head contact. The Vipers would pull within one with 38.9 seconds left. Cam Whistler would get the goal with Colton Franks and Logan Ormsby assisting. Homestead had 15 shots and the Vipers had 14.

Third Period

There was no scoring in the third, just three penalties. Michael Scully went off for hooking at 19:21. At 9:31, Henry Loxton was penalized for roughing. Jackson Bertels went off for tripping and got a game misconduct at 7:08. 

1380’s Three Stars of The Game

  1. Connor Gould 
  2. Henry Loxton
  3. Cam Hurley


This article was written by Fiona Quinn

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