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WATERLOO — League-leading Waterloo scored nine goals in the first two periods and routed Ames 10-1 in Midwest High School Hockey League action Friday at Young Arena.

The Warriors improved to 25-0-0-1 and have outscored their opponents 146-20 on the season.

Jack Harrison led the offensive charge with a three-goal hat trick Friday on a night when seven Waterloo players tallied goals. Ben Sinnott had a pair while J.P. Smith, Mason Lamb, Luke Metcalf, Kole Latusick and Carter Herbst added one apiece.

Ames (2-24-2-0) broke up Warriors goalie Chase Pabst’s bid to extend his league record shutout total to 14 with a shorthanded goal in the second period.

Waterloo 10, Ames 1

SCORE BY PERIODS

Ames 0 1 0 — 1

Waterloo 5 4 1 — 10

FIRST PERIOD — 1. Waterloo, Jack Harrison (Sinnott, Latusick), 1:31. 2. Waterloo, J.P. Smith (Fox, Latusick), 11:38. 3. Waterloo, Lamb (John Harrison), 14:01. 4. Waterloo, Sinnott (unassisted), pp, 16:05. 5. Waterloo, Metcalf (Morrissey, Lamb), 16:31. Penalties — Sinnott-Wat. (unsportsmanlike conduct) 8 16, Buckley-Wat. (tripping) 9:08, Foglesong-Ames (tripping) 14:43.

SECOND PERIOD — 6. Waterloo, Jack Harrison (Lamb, John Harrison), 1:06. 7. Ames, Tulp (unassisted), sh, 2:39. 8. Waterloo, Jack Harrison (unassisted), 5:16. 9. Waterloo, Latusick (Herbst, Sinnott), 5:49. 10. Waterloo, Sinnott (Herbst), 5:57. Penalties — Seydell-Ames (hooking) 1:42, Strotman-Ames (delay) 5:57, Latusick-Wat. (double slashing) 12:07.

THIRD PERIOD — 11. Waterloo, Herbst (Sinnott), :29. Penalties — Pabst-Wat. (unsportsmanlike conduct) :29, Samuelson-Wat. (checking from behind, misconduct) :29, Smith-Wat. (high-sticking) 12:27, Sinnott-Wat. (tripping, misconduct) 14:36.

SHOTS ON GOAL

Ames 21

Waterloo 41

Goaltenders — Ames, Strotman (41 SOG, 31 saves). Waterloo, Pabst (21 SOG, 20 saves).

Referees — Huneke, Peters, Slee.

WATERLOO JV 10, AMES JV 0

Highlights — Harrison Foss and J.P. Smith had three goals apiece and J.T. Metcalf, Landen Schoonover, Dominick Buchan and Cale Neuendorf added one each. Metcalf and Landon Sturch had three assists apiece, Smith two, Landen Schoonover two, Joshua Bechthold two and Chris Webb and Christian Heiser one each. Elijah Marchese got the shutout in goal with six saves.

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